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2017-12 07

[Media Briefing][Dong-A Daily] Hanyang University, established a start-up experimental space Start-up Town on the campus

On December 6, the Dong-A Daily posted an article about the Start-up Town of Hanyang University. Hanyang University is creating an open space for each college in order to make the campus a space for sharing creative ideas and connecting them to start-ups. As a representative place, there is a start-up experimental space called ‘Start-up Town,’ which is currently under construction. In addition to this support, Hanyang University is also actively supporting students' start-ups by establishing a start-up support team directly responsible to the president, as well as a strengthening of foundation education for undergraduates and the establishment of a graduate school foundation course. ▲December 6, <Dong-A Daily>

2017-11 27

[Media Briefing][The Korea Economic Daily] ERICA Opens Yellow Sea Industrial Belt Manufacturing Innovation Forum with The Korea Economic Daily

The Korea Economy Daily release an article on the Yellow Sea Industrial Belt Manufacturing Innovation Forum held by Hanyang University's ERICA Campus and the Korean Economic Daily on November 23rd. Professor Park Tae-joon of the Hanyang University (Robotics Engineering) at the "Yellow Sea Industrial Belt Manufacturing Innovation Forum" said, "The age of collaboration between humans and artificial intelligence and robots is coming" and added "Universities and research institutes, manufacturers and governments must work together to innovate through collaboration.". This forum was held for the first time last year by ERICA Campus and the Korea Economic Daily to discuss smart manufacturing methods of traditional manufacturing industries concentrated in the Yellow Sea such as Gyeonggi Banwol, Sihwa, Pyeongtaek and Hwaseong. An official from Hanyang University said, "This forum is not just a lecture or a briefing session, but is aimed at creating a concrete success model by working with companies. We will activly collaborate with comapnies who wish to innovate their production process and increase competitiveness of SMEs in Banwol and Sihwa district in order to take ther lead in preparing for the future." ▲ <The Korea Economic Daily> November 23rd

2017-10 25

[Media Briefing][Chosun Ilbo] “Young People, Jump into The Right Thing, Now!”

(full text) She grabbed my hand and shook it. Her charisma was evident through her voice and decisive tone. Mary Robinson (73, photo), the former President of Ireland from 1990 to 1997, visited Korea on the 16th of last month for the Paiknam Prize. The Paiknam Prize was established in order to honor the spirit of Dr. Paiknam Kim Lyun-joon(1914~2008), the founder of Hanyang University. Before the award ceremony, Mary Robinson said, “Korea has a lot of similarities with Ireland, which makes me feel familiar.” She also added, “Korea is a very dynamic country.” In 2005, she had a lecture denouncing North Korea’s human rights situation in Dorasan station in Paju. She is respected as a transformative figure and was a former human rights lawyer who became the first female President in the predominantly conservative Catholic state of Ireland. She was initially a president who played a symbolic role in the parliamentary cabinet system, but by revitalizing and liberalizing the country, she became an incredibly popular president with a 93% approval rating by the time she retired from her presidency. She left two months ahead of the official retirement date and moved to the United Nations as the High Commissioner for Human Rights. “People were in shock, but I really wanted to do this work.” She earned even greater respect after retirement as a UN Envoy and the president of a human rights organization, which helps minorities and marginalized groups of people. In 2007, Mary Robinson along with the former South African President Nelson Mandela, former US President Jimmy Carter, and former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan formed the Elders, in order to seek solutions to international issues. Another former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will be joining the Elders as well. She visited North Korea with several people including former President Carter in 2011. She remembered, “it was a very sad country without an independent voice.” She is currently Chancellor of the University of Dublin and chairman of the Institute for Human Rights and Business. She has set up a foundation and contributed herself to women’s rights and climate change. She said, “Women should be educated at the same level as men, able to exert their full potential, and reach the highest position. Balancing women with men creates the most beneficial outcomes for all societies.” Robinson said that she was concerned about climate change when she visited Africa during a human rights campaign. She said, “I am worried about the future of our 6 grandchildren. Even though US President Donald Trump decided to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, the opposition has become more intense. Climate change is a complex entanglement of inequalities such as the gap between the rich and poor in addition to gender discrimination. We have to change the direction of our approach to impact the center of nature and science.” Robinson said, “When I was at Harvard Law School in the 1960’s, I was influenced by the atmosphere of young Americans who wanted to find out what they could do for their society.” Speaking to the young generation, Robinson said, “do not procrastinate but take on social responsibilities which you can afford to do now.”

2017-09 26

[Media Briefing][Korea Times] Multicultural Awards Judge Wins Presidential Recognition

Cha Yun-kyung, a prefossor at Hanyang University Department of Education, received the presidential commendation in Korea Multicultural Youth Awards for his contributions in multiculturalism. In 2008, he helped establish the Korean Association for Multicultural Education and through it helped bring about many education and social policies for multicultural youths and families. <Korea Times, page 4>

2017-09 18

[Media Briefing][Joongang Daily] Hanyang University Developed 60% Brighter OLED Technology

On September 7th, Joongang Daily presented the academic acheivement of the Department of Electronic Engineering and the Department of Environmental Engineering at Hanyang University. Both of these departments were evaluated within“the best” category in 'Joongang Daily University Rankings of Engineering Departments'. ▲<Joongang Daily> September 7th Professor Kim Jae-hoon and Yoo Chang-jae from the Department of Electronic Engineering developed groundbreaking OLED(Organic Light Emitting Diodes) technology. With this improvement, small amount of chiral molecule added to the polymer OLED emissive layer controls the polarization of light emission to improve light efficiency by 60%. ▲<Joongang Daily> September 7th ▲<Joongang Daily> September 7th

2017-09 18

[Media Briefing][Kyunghyang Shinmun] Students at the Job Fair "What Career is Right For Me?"

<The Kyunghyang Shinmun> and other media reported photo news about job fair held at Olympic Gymnasium at Hanyang University. On September 5th, recruitment consultations were held with employees of participating companies for students who are about to graduate. ▲<The Kyunghyang Shinmun> September 6th ▲<Seoul Shinmun> September 6th ▲<The Seoul Economic Daily> September 6th

2017-08 25

[Media Briefing][The Korea Times] World's First Power-generating Yarn Developed

A group of scientists led by Hanyang University Professor Kim Seon-jeong have developed yarn that can produce electricity through contraction and relaxation- a world first - according to the Ministry of Science and ICT, Thursday. Naming the invention the "twistron yarn," the research team expect it can be used for electronics products such as wearable devices, smartphones and drones that will be able to operate for longer without an additional power supply. Kim said the ultimate goal is to further improve the efficiency of the twistron yarn's power generating capability and to make it mass-producible at a low cost. The researchers said they could turn on a small light-emitting diode bulb using only 19.5 milligrams of twistron yarn. ▲ August 25th <The Korea Times> Page 1 ▲ August 25th <The Korea Times> Page 2

2017-08 11

[Media Briefing][Korea Joongang Daily] Telecoms Giants Partner with SMEs to Develop 5G

LG U+, a mobile carrier, announced it has developed a 5G network simulator in hand with a local research team from Hanyang University. The so-called 5G mm Wave Simulator is able to come up with simulated information such as data transmission speeds and radio signal strength at specific locations under a 5G network when users input relevant data including frequency band used, location of base stations and height of nearby buildings. ▲ August 11th <Korea Joongang Daily> Page 5

2017-08 07

[Media Briefing][Korea Joongang Daily] Smarter Robots Might not Mean Fewer Jobs

It's no wonder people believe the advent of smart factories could mean the loss of jobs. A 2015 report by Boston Consulting Group about the effect of advanced factory technology estimates "a greater use of robotics and computerization will reduce the number of jobs in assembly and production by approximately 610,000." However, the consulting firm also noted that these job losses "will be more than offset by the creation of approximately 960,000 new jobs." The new jobs, according to the firm, will be created from increased demand for highly-skilled workers in information technology, analytics and research and development, as well as newly created employment opportunities. As job demands are set to differ in the future, universities are crafting measures to help students adjust. The ERICA Campus of Hanyang University in Gyeonggi is working with LS Industrial Systems to educate students in core technologies related to smart factories including user interface design for factory machines. ▲ August 7th <Korea Joongang Daily> Page 5

2017-07 05

[Media Briefing][The Korea Times] Nuclear-free Energy Top Priority for Paik

The designation of Paik Un-gyu, Hanyang University professor of Department of Energy Enginerring, as the minister of trade, industry and energy implies that making a shift in the country's energy policy will be his biggest task. Paik said he will focus on enhancing industrial competitiveness through two strategies of "first mover" and "fast follower," on top of creating quality jobs by nurturing new industries in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. After earning a doctorate in ceramic engineering at Clemson University, he has been working as a professor at Hanyang University. He has been known as a scholar who strongly supports transition to environment friendly energy. He designed the administration's energy policy of shifting from coal-fired and nuclear power generation to environment-friendly sources such as LNG and renewable energies. Cheong Wa Dae also acknowledges that his top task will be energy policies. ▲ July 5th <The Korea Times> Page 11