Their findings have been published in the May 2023 issue of Science Advances.
Abstract Most state-of-art models project a reduced equatorial Pacific east-west temperature gradient and a weakened Walker circulation under global warming. However, the causes of this robust projection remain elusive. Here, we devise a se... Read More
The book, titled 『Roads to Carbon Neutral』 sets out key research directions and new alternatives towards becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
A new book written by UNIST professors sets out the key research directions and new alternatives towards becoming carbon neutral by 2050. The book, titled『Roads to Carbon Neutral』sheds new light on carbon neutrality, an important initiative... Read More
Joint release by UNIST, Hokkaido University, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, and Mie University.
Their discoveries have been published in the journal Environmental Research Letters on May 17, 2021.
Scientists have uncovered a summertime climate pattern in and around the Arctic that could drive co-occurrences of European heatwaves and large-scale wildfires with air pollution over Siberia and subpolar North America. In recent years in s... Read More
The third residency project by Artist Seungyoun Lee will be exhibited at the Science Cabin in an open studio format at the end of March 2021.
The Science Walden Center unveiled its third 2021 residency project, dedicated to blending art and science. Started on March 11, the new residency project, dubbed ‘Fantasy in Glass Bottles’ proceeded until March 25, 2021. Seungy... Read More
Professor Sarah Kang appointed to the new panel of the Climate Dynamics Panel (CDP).
Sarah Kang, Professor in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST has been appointed to the new Climate Dynamics Panel (CDP) of the Climate and Ocean: Variability, Predictability and Change (CLIVAR). Among the 12 professio... Read More
Yechul Shin of Urban and Environmental Engineering receives Best Paper Award from Korean Meteorological Society.
Yechul Shin, a graduate student of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST, recently received the Best Paper Award from the Korean Meteorological Society (KMS). In his paper, entitled “Dependence of Climate Reponse to Arctic Warm... Read More
Climate Change Meets the Humanities: Professor Jaeweon Cho
“Scientific evidence, alone, is no longer enough to tackle the global issue of climate change”, says Prof. Jaeweon Cho (School of Urban and Environmental Engineering) at UNIST. On July 9, UNIST has announced that Prof. Cho has r... Read More
UNIST and APCC conclude a Joint research agreement to conquer climate change
Climate change is caused by many factors and it is one of the major global challenges facing humanity in the 21st Centry. This is a truly global problem and is already having a significant impact on ecosystems, economies, and communities. O... Read More