Their findings have been published in the online version of Journal of Hazardous Materials (IF: 7.650) on September 17, 2019.
With increasing public concern about the health risks posed by fine dust air pollution, more research is needed to expand our understanding of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) contained in fine dust. Some air pollutants appear to be more tox... Read More
A trio of UNIST students honored with Excellence Awards at the 2019 Energy Innovation HR Forum.
A research lab, led by Professor Sung-Deuk Choi in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST, has announced that three of its graduate students have been honored with Excellence Awards at the 2019 Energy Innovation Talents... Read More
The work by Professor Gi-Hyoug Cho indicates "During Summer, temperatures in Ulsan are 2.5°C higher than rural areas".
Rising temperatures are threatening urban areas, including Ulsan city due to a regional climate phenomenon, known as the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. Therefore, there is an urgent need to implement necessary mitigation measures, such as ... Read More
Seong Joon Kim in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST has been honored with the 2018 DAAD-NRF Summer Institute Program.
A graduate student, Seong Joon Kim in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST has been selected for the 2018 DAAD-NRF Summer Institute Program. The program starts in early July and will continue through the end of August.... Read More
Professor Kang was recognized for her pioneering contributions to the atmospheric sciences.
Sarah Kang, Professor in the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering at UNIST received the 2018 AOGS Kamide Award, becoming the the first Korean-American scientist to earn the prestigious award. The award ceremony took place at the 15... Read More
Their findings have been published in the May issue of Environmental Pollution.
A new study, affiliated with UNIST offers decisive proof that South Korea’s Ulsan city is affected by toxic substances contained in fine dust particles, regardless of the season. In particular, the emission rates of volatile organic c... Read More
[JoongAng Daily's 2017 University Assessment]: UNIST's Electronic Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Chemistry departments have been included in the list of highest-rated university groups.
UNIST continues to remain as one of South Korea’s top institutions, according to the JoongAng Ilbo Comprehensive University Assessment Rankings for 2017. Each year, JoongAng Ilbo conducts an assessment of Korean universities based on... 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
The 2016 UNIST Humanities Festival for Science & Engineering Students
On July 20, UNIST has launched an ambitious three-day workshop to bring new ideas and engaging conversation to the campus with a festival of humanities, presented by internationally renowned experts, artists, and intellectual innovators. Th... Read More
UNIST, Selected for the "Best of Best Climate Change Response R&D Outputs of 2015".
Building response strategies for climate mitigation and adaptation.
A research project, affiliated with UNIST has been recently recognized for setting a new world-record in solar energy efficiency. This project, led by Dr. Sang-Il Seok (School of Energy and Checmical Engineering), has been ranked third on t... Read More