Professor Jimin Kwon (Department of Electrical Engineering) selected for the 2023 Core Technology R&D Project to Support the National Semiconductor Lab.
Professor Jimin Kwon in the Department of Electrical Engineering at UNIST has been selected for the highly esteemed 2023 Core Technology R&D Project to Support the National Semiconductor Lab. Hosted by the Korean Ministry of Science and... Read More
With a total funding amounting to 8.25 billion won, the project spans 8 years.
Convergence research in biomedical and robotics fields paves the way for innovative breakthroughs.
The consortium, comprising of UNIST, DGIST, and POSTECH has been chosen for the esteemed 2023 University ICT Research Center Project (ITRC) by the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT). This prestigious selection recognizes their expertise in... Read More
Their findings have been published in the April 2023 issue of Advanced Science.
Abstract Electrically reconfigurable metasurfaces that overcome the static limitations in controlling the fundamental properties of scattered light are opening new avenues for functional flat optics. This work proposes and experimentally de... Read More
A ceremony to commemorate the opening of Core RF/Power Components Research Center for Low-Orbit Next-Generation Satellites (LONGS) took place on July 21, 2022.
The Department of Electrical Engineering at UNIST unveiled its new Radio Research Center (RRC) on Thursday, July 21, 2022. A ceremony was held in the Engineering Building of UNIST to commemorate the opening of Core RF/Power Components Resea... Read More
Their findings have been published in the June 2022 issue of Nature Electronics, a sister publication to Nature.
A new semiconductor device for applications in 6G data communication has been developed. It has attracted considerable attention, capable of processing digital signals significantly faster and being more energy-efficient than anything avail... Read More
Five researchers from UNIST will also join the POSTECH research alliance to develop and operate radiation accelerators and heavy ion accelerators in Korea.
UNIST is committed to foster human resources that will take part in development and operation processes of radiation accelerators and heavy ion accelerators in Korea. The ‘Future-Based Accelerator Professional Training Project Committ... Read More
From Student to Professor: Heein Yoon returns to her alma mater as professor of electrical engineering.
It’s my honor and pleasure to be part of UNIST as a faculty member. The last time Heein Yoon (’19) was a part of the Electrical Engineering program at UNIST was when she was a student, pursuing a doctoral degree under the guidan... Read More