[WHY UNIST] Distinguished Prof. Christopher W. Bielawski, School of Natural Science
“What really attracted me to UNIST was the world-class intellectual environment,” says Dr. Christopher W. Bielawski who is a Distinguished Professor of Natural Science and the Coordinator for the Department of Chemistry at UNIST... Read More
Paving the way for cost-effective mass production of graphene
On January 20, there was a signing ceremony of Strategic Cooperation Agreement of a Mass Production of Graphene Technology Transfer between UNIST and Deokayng Energen Corp., held at UNIST. Under this agreement, the technique of mass-product... Read More
"Rapid expansion, continued growth of the UNIST campus has captured the attention of scientists worldwide."
On January 22, UNIST and the Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development (AOARD) have embarked on an innovative partnership to help improve UNIST’s research capability. Dr. MiSoon Mah, the head of AOARD has met with several res... Read More
Prof. Baek has been selected for the MSIP's Leader Research Support Project
Receiving funding of 6.7 million USD for the next 9 years
In recent years, considerable scientific interest has been devoted to studies of the low dimensional carbon materials, including graphene. Despite being so thin, graphene is an excellent thermal conductor with high electron mobility and low... Read More
Developing technology for cement-free building construction
Concrete has been the single most widely used in all types of construction due to its versatility and ready availability. One primary ingredient in concrete is Portland cement, which is used to bind the materials that make up concrete. Whil... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Distinguished Professor Rodney S. Ruoff, School of Natural Science
UNIST is the type of a place “Where a big breakthroughs in science can happen,” says Dr. Rodney S. Ruoff who is Distinguished Professor in the School of Natural Science at UNIST. For future students considering a degree at UNIST, Dr. Ruoff ... Read More
UNIST, Welcomes Ulsan Branch of Fraunhofer Research Group
On January 8, Moo Young Jung (Vice President for Research Affairs of UNIST), Dr. Frank Henning (Deputy Director of the Fraunhofer ICT), Tae Sung Lee (Ulsan’s Deputy Mayor for Economic), and Tae-hyeon Choi (Director General for Materia... Read More
"UNIST will be reborn again as one of government-funded S&T research Institutes of Korea."
On January 8, the revised bill of law for UNIST to become a government-funded Science and Technology research institute has passed the Science, ICT, Future Planning, Broadcasting and Communications Committee of the National Assembly. The bi... Read More
Capturing the first experimental evidence of chaos effect in spintronics research
A team of researchers, led by Prof. Ki-Suk Lee (School of Material Science and Engineering) has captured the first experimental evidence of chaos effect in spintronics research. This study also demonstrated an approach to control the nano-s... Read More
"Let us create a year that promises a more hopeful and brighter tomorrow than today."
UNIST held an opening ceremony of 2015 for the New Year on January 2, 2015. All faculty members and executive members of UNIST, including Jae Sung Lee, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Moo Young Jung, the Vice President of Research at... Read More