UNIST has won 1 Gold, 2 Bronze, and 1 Participation awards at the 30th Samsung Humantech Paper Award ceremony.
Four exceptional UNIST students were honored for their outstanding academic and research achievements at the prestigious 30th Annual Samsung Humantech Paper Award ceremony. Among the many eminent individuals, JungSoo Lee (Advisor: Professor... Read More
The study findings have been published in the online version of ACS Energy Letters on October 13 and selected as the cover article.
Abstract Developing a state-of-the-art anion exchange membrane water electrolyzer (AEMWE) for commercial H2 production remains a great challenge and is strongly dependent on the membrane electrode assembly (MEA). Herein, we report the first... Read More
Their findings have been selected for inclusion on the inside back cover of the May 2023 issue of Energy Environ. Sci.
Abstract The electrochemical co-reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrate (NO3−) to urea via C–N bond coupling is a promising alternative to traditional industrial processes that are intensive in energy consumption and CO2 emission. How... Read More
UNIST Carbon Neutrality Demonstration and Research Center Signs Cooperation MoU with Carbon Value Co., Ltd.
The signing ceremony of MoU between UNIST Carbon Neutrality Demonstration and Research Center and Carbon Value Co., Ltd. took place on March 30, 2023.
Launched in 2022 within the UNIST Engineering Research Institute, the UNIST Carbon Neutrality Demonstration and Research Center has been promoting the scale-up demonstration based on low-carbon source technology, encompassing the entire cyc... Read More
The signing ceremony of MoU between UNIST Carbon Neutrality Demonstration and Research Center and Hanwha Corp. took place on March 22, 2023.
The UNIST Carbon Neutrality Demonstration and Research Center within the Engineering Research Institute at UNIST has embarked on a new partnership with Hanwha Corporation to pursue collaboration on carbon neutrality by promoting the use of... Read More
Immobilizing Low-Cost Metal Nitrides in Electrochemically Reconstructed PGM-Free Oxy- Surface for Exceptional OER Kinetics in AEM Water Electrolysis
Their findings have been published in the December 2022 issue of Advanced Energy Materials.
Abstract A highly efficient and platinum group metal (PGM)-free oxygen evolution reaction (OER) electrode is developed by immobilizing Ni3N particles on the electrochemically reconstructed amorphous oxy-hydroxides surface, resulting in a tw... Read More