Familiarizing employees with the laws that criminalize bribery and corruption.
With the new anti-graft law, also known as “Kim Young-ran Law” taking effect next month, UNIST held a special lecture to provide legal advice on anti-corruption and bribery. The new law enforces criminal punishment on unlawful s... Read More
Prof. Hyeon K. Park's team solves the key challenges of fusion plasma.
Experimental result provides new paradigm for the interpretation of ELM-crash suppression.
A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST claims to have made yet another step towards finding a solution to one of the critical but unsolved fusion plasma physics problems, which is to mitigate or suppress the potentially harmful plasma... Read More
Rapid and mass production of high-quality graphene, using microwave technology.
The story of a Korean female researcher, co-authoring Science journal article has made headlines around the world. Dr. Jieun Yang, an alumna of UNIST, is part of an international team that has discovered a simple new method for producing la... Read More
Jieun Yang, a recent graduate of UNIST partook in the study as the paper's co-author.
Baking the graphene oxide for just one second in a microwave oven to produce high-quality graphene.
Graphene, a material that could usher in the next generation of electronic and energy devices, could be closer than ever to mass production, thanks to microwaves. A new study by an international team of researchers from UNIST and Rutgers Un... Read More
Taking the lead in the activation of the venture industry in the southeastern region of S. Korea.
On September 2, 2016, UNIST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a shipbuilding equipment manufacturer, Sunbo Unitech Co., Ltd. and Sunbo Angel Partners to accelerate the efforts to invigorate technology venture startups in the s... Read More
UNIST and PNUYH to hold a joint symposium on "Coping with Incurable Disease".
UNIST has announced a unique collaboration with Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital (PNUYH) to accelerate the development of new drugs to treat incurable diseases, ranging from diabetes to cancer. The collaboration will comprise UNIS... Read More
A recent quantum mechanical study of graphene by Prof. Kwak and Prof. Ruoff, published in JACS.
Elucidating the intercalation mechanism and pathways for graphene decoupling from the copper substrate.
The graphene films, grown on the copper (Cu) substrates must be detached clean without leaving residue behind, as residual metallic impurities can significantly alter electronic and electrochemical properties of graphene. However, thanks to... Read More
Providing essential information about the admissions process, available services, student life, and living on campus.
Application process for 2017 Admission begins on 18 October and ends on 10 November, 2016.
The UNIST Graduate School of Technology & Innovation Management (GSTM) will begin recruiting new graduate students. The application process for 2017 Spring admission begins on 18 October and ends on 10 November, 2016. Prior to the date... Read More
UNIST Rowing Club wins 2 Silver medals and 2 Bronze medals at national rowing competitions.
UNIST Rowing Club competed both at the 58th National Rowing Championship and the 2nd Chungju City Mayor Cup National Rowing Competition, took place at Chungju Tangeum Lake International Rowing Center from the 19th to the 21st of August 2016... Read More
Prof. Sam H. Noh, appointed by the world's largest computing society.
As the new Editor-in-Chief of ACM ToS, Prof. Noh will serve a three-year term starting August 1, 2016.
Sam H. Noh, UNIST Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been selected by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) to be the next Editor-in-Chief of the journal ACM Transactions on Storage (ACM ToS). The ACM, founded in 194... Read More