UNIST College of Engineering has recently embarked on a new partnership with the Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology, Seoul National University to promote exchanges and cooperation in the following fields of carbon neutrality, nuclear power (radiological science), medicine, and technology convergence in the medical device.
The signing ceremony of the MoU between UNIST College of Engineering and SNU Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology took place last week in the video conferencing room, located in the Engineering Building V, UNIST.
The primary purpose of this MoU was to prepare a joint development plan based on excellent human resources and academic information from both organizations. In the memorandum of understanding, the two organizations have pledged to derive topics for collaborative research and promote joint research cooperation in the following areas of AI, data, pharmaceuticals, and smart healthcare.
Meanwhile, the ceremony has been attended by Dean Sung Youb Kim (College of Engineering, UNIST), Department Head In Cheol Bang (Department of Nuclear Engineering, UNIST), Department Head Woonggyu Jung (Department of Biomedical Engineering, UNIST), Professor Hyung Joon Cho (Department of Biomedical Engineering, UNIST), Professor Eisung Yoon, Professor Jimin Lee, Dean Sung-Joon Ye (Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology, SNU), Dean Wonchul Park (Department of Applied Bio Engineering, SNU), and key officials from both organizations.