Opening the door to ultracompact devices exploiting functional fluids.
Appearing in the online version Scientific Reports
As digital data usage has soared in recent years, energy efficiency has become a critical factor for large-scale data processing systems. Therefore, footprint of devices becomes even more critical for applications with limited physical spac... Read More
Improved student learning through virtual desktop capabiliies.
UNIST’s library has recently adopted a new system to better meet the diverse needs of an expanded campus community and the general public. The essence of the newly developed system is Zero Client, also known as ultrathin client, is a... Read More
Discovering DNA molecules directly interact with one another based on sequence.
Appearing in the recent edition of Nature Communications.
The prevailing hypothesis has suggested that the functions of DNA, such as the way the DNA is organized, largely depend on its interactions with protein molecules. However, a new study, affiliated with UNIST finds that DNA molecules directl... Read More
“Future Education for Fourth Industrial Revolution”
UNIST to host a special keynote lecture by its founding president, Dr. Moo Je Cho.
In the afternoon of April 4th, UNIST invited Dr. Moo Je Cho, former president of UNIST to give a keynote lecture, entitled “Future Education for Fourth Industrial Revolution” in the auditorium at UNIST KyungDong Hall. “Seeing all your... Read More
Launching "UNIST Student Safety Patrol" to keep the community and residents safe from crime.
On the afternoon of March 17, UNIST held a launch ceremony of the UNIST Student Safety Patrol to keep the community and residents safe from crime. The launching ceremony was attended by President Mooyoung Jung of UNIST, Prof. Franklin Bien... Read More
Matter waves are identical in character with light, thanks to quantum reflection.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has reported on the observation of a text-book quantum effect and revealed quantum particles behave like waves rather than single, defined points. This study has been conducted a UNIST Professor Bum Suk... Read More
Creating partnership to support the growth of local SMEs in Ulsan.
Helping local SMEs to expand their businesses globally.
On the afternoon of March 30, UNIST and Korea Credit Guarantee Fund (KODIT) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), creating partnership to support the growth of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ulsan. The ceremony was... Read More
[Faculty Interview] Professor Bartosz Grzybowski (School of Natural Science)
“Aside from the ethical problems, healthcare is one industry that will see a lot of benefits from wearable technology. A portable body temperature, for instance, is one of the continuous monitoring systems, which records and stores a... Read More
UNIST to hold "Science Walden Concert" for the public on Thursday, March 31, 2016.
CEO Young Ae Kim of Ian Art Consulting lecutres in science and humanities.
On this upcoming Thursday, March 31, UNIST will launch Science + Humanities Lecture Series, as part of the 2016 Science Walden Concert. The Science and Humanities Lecture Series is open to the public and all staff and students are encourage... Read More