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2020-10 21

[Faculty]Professor Kim Bong-young Wins the ‘International Investigator Award’ at the World's Biggest Academic Conference on Infection ‘IDWeek’

▲ Hanyang University Hospital Professor Kim Bong-young (Division of Internal Infectious Disease) Professor Kim Bong-young of Hanyang University's College of Medicine (Division of Internal Infectious Disease) will be awarded with the ‘International Investigator Award’ at the ‘2020 IDWeek’ on October 21st, which is the world’s largest academic conference on infectious disease. This event will be conducted online due to COVID-19. ‘IDWeek’ is the world’s biggest comprehensive academic event that four infectious disease related societies, the IDSA, SHEA, HIVMA, and PIDS jointly hold, and the ‘International Investigator Award’ is an award given to young researchers who have submitted oustanding abstracts outside the North American region. Professor Kim will be awarded with the ‘International Investigator Award’ in the infectious disease field on the paper he submitted about the ‘Changes in the bacterial properties of ciprofloxacin-resistant E.coli separated from patients with acute nephritis in Korea’. His thesis explained in detail how the bacterial characteristics of E. coli, one of the most common community bacterial infections, have changed over the past decade. Through the findings, effective treatment development for urinary tract infections, a common infection in which more than 50% of women have experienced at least once in their lifetime, is expected. In addition, Professor Kim Bong-young graduated from Hanyang University's College of Medicine, received a doctorate from the same college graduate school, and has been specializing in treating unexplained fever, HIV/AIDS, and multidrug resistant bacteria since 2018. At present, he is actively participating as a regular member of The Korean Association of Internal Medicine, The Korean Society of Infectious Diseases, The Korean Society for Antimicrobial Therapy, and The Society for Healthcare-associated Infection Control and Prevention. Also, he was awarded an Excellent Performance Award at the The Korean Society for Antimicrobial Therapy· The Korean Society of Infectious Diseases in 2019, and was selected at The Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America International Ambassador Program in 2020. Global News Team Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-10 14

[Faculty]Professor Park Jeong-won attends the International Video Conference to mark the 30th anniversary of Korea-Russia Cultural and Arts Exchange

Hanyang University's College of Music president Park Jung-won attended the 30th anniversary of the Korea-Russia cultural and arts exchange at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul on the 8th, which was hosted by the Korea-Russia Culture and Arts Association (Chairman Lee Sang-kyun) and the Gorchakov Public Diplomatic Support Foundation (Chairman Leonid Drachetsky). This international conference, which was held under the theme of ‘30 Years of Cultural and Arts Exchange between Korea and Russia and Future Challenges’, was conducted online due to COVID-19. Including Professor Park, cultural and arts experts from the two countries, including Kim Dong-ho, former executive chairman of the Busan International Film Festival, Sitora Alieva, the executive chairman of the Kinotavre International Film Festival, Alexey Shalasov, the head of the Moscow Academy's National Philharmonic Orchestra, Kang Soo-jin, the artistic director of the National Ballet, and Vladimir We, the president of the Bolshoi Theater, reflected on the past 30 years of Korea and explored desirable future cooperation. Meanwhile, the Korea-Russia Culture and Arts Association, established in 2013, is engaged in activities such as publishing a series of art exchange events between the two countries, inviting Russian cultural figures, and holding international conferences. Global News Team Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-10 12

[Faculty]Professor Lee Kang-seok and Lee Han-seung receive the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport commendation and the Chairman of the National Building Policy Committee commendation respectively at "2020 Architecture Day"

Lee Kang-seok and Lee Han-seung, professors of architecture at Hanyang University ERICA Campus, were honoured with the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport commendation and the Chairman of the National Building Policy Committee commendation, respectively, at the "2020 Architecture Day" ceremony on the 24th. The "2020 Architecture Day" ceremony was held online (Youtube Architecture Society TV) with a minimum number of people attending due to the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. The people in attendance were Kim Hyun-mi, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Park In-seok, the National Building Policy Committee Chairman, and Jin Sun-mi, the National Assembly Land, Infrastructure and Transport Committee Chairman. The event was held with the theme "Small Architecture, Changes the City" with the aim to bring small architects together to change and lead the city. Marking its 16th anniversary this year (September 25, 1935), "Architecture Day" has been held annually since its enactment in 2005 to commemorate the founding day of Gyeongbokgung Palace (September 25, 1935), presenting a new vision for the creation of our own architectural culture and future architecture, and to promote harmony and unity among architects. The ceremony which used to be held at the site was inevitably omitted because it is an online event. In the event, 36 people who contributed to the development of the architectural culture and the construction industry were announced. Choi Doo-ho, the CEO of the Tommun Architects' Office, was awarded the Dongtap Industry Medal for his contribution to the development of Korea's architectural and residential culture, including the designs of various residential forms and systems, and the development of the direction of residential complex design. Meanwhile, Professor Kim Han-seop of LH Land and Housing University worked at LH and won the Industrial Packaging Award for public housing design innovation and quality improvement. In addition, 3 people, including honorary profess Kim Hye-jung (Myeongji University), won the Presidential Commendation. 10 people, including Professor Lee Kang-seok, won the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport's commendation. 3 people, including Professor Lee Han-seung, won the Chairman's commendation of the National Building Policy Committee. Furthermore, 11 organizations that won the "14th Korea Public Architecture Awards" were also announced at the ceremony. In the congratulatory video, Kim Hyun-mee, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said: "I would like to thank and encourage architects who are silently guarding the site today for the development architectural industry and culture." She added, "We will work together to present a new paradigm in the times of changes and challenges caused by COVID-19 and lead in innovation in the architectural industry." Global News Team Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-10 08

[Faculty]Professor Ryu Geun receives the Best Paper Award at the Korean Tribology Society academic conference

Professor Ryu Geun Hanyang University Professor Ryu Geun from the College of Engineering Sciences Department of Mechanical Engineering received the Best Paper Award with a paper titled “Recent Research Issues and Trends in Turbocharger Rotary Axis Support and Lubrication System” at the 69th Korean Tribology Society academic conference on September 25th. This paper contains solutions and future development plans regarding the current status and further outlooks on turbochargers for internal combustion engines and the characteristics of rotary axis support factors and lubrication system research and development issues that are being highlighted in the development process of electric turbochargers. Global News Team Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-10 06

[Faculty]Professor Kim Chang-ryeol, Received the Presidential Award on the 'Day of Statistics'

▲ Professor Kim Chang-ryeol Hanyang University Professor Kim Chang-ryeol (Hanyang University Guri Hospital Department of Pediatrics) received a presidential award as the Contributor to the development of national statistics, on the 26th Day of Statistics. Professor Kim received the award for contributing to the country by participating as the consulting member of the Statistics Korea, in discovering the cause of death of the infants. The Day of Statistics is a day when the country emphasizes the importance of statistics, to raise the awareness of the field and vitalize its use. It had been designated as September 1st, which is the day that 'national population census' began for the first time in Korean history. The census is now considered as the beginning of the modern statistics of Korea. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the award ceremony of the year was broadcasted online, with only a few members being present, such as Kan Shin-wook head of the Statistics Korea, and Kim Young-won head of the Korean Statistical Society. Meanwhile, Professor Kim graduated from Hanyang University College of Medicine and received a Master's and Doctors degree at Hanyang University Graduate School. Later he received training for Infant and Perinatology at the Brown University Rhode Island Hospital in the U.S. and is currently working as the president of the Korea Society of Neonatology. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 07

[Faculty]Professor Kim Yeon-kyu Presents at the 3rd Energy Forum 2020..."Performance and Challenges of the New Southern Energy Resources Business"

Professor Kim Yeon-kyu, from the Division of International Studies of Hanyang University, presented on "Performance and Challenges of the New Southern Energy Resources Business" at the 3rd Energy Forum 2020 which was held on August 28. The Energy Economy Newspaper, supported by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, will hold the 3rd Energy Forum 2020 in the Grand Ballroom of the Seoul Samjeong Hotel on the 28th together with Institute of Energy Economics. The theme of the forum this year is "Business Response Strategies for New Southern and Northeast Asia Energy Resources." The theme for 2019 forum was "A strategy to respond to the Energy Industry in the AI revolution." According to the August 27 Energy Economy, countries from all over the world are taking the initiative to overcome the global economic slump of the post-corona era. In particular, governments and industries are making effort to reconstruct the global supply network and capture ovrseas energy resource makets. Under these circumstances, this year's forum will bring together well known figures to gather relevant knowledge. The current state of energy resource cooperation in New South and Northeast Asia will be examined and will seek successful overseas business strategies in the era of energy conversion. The forum will consist of 4 sessions in total. Professor Kim will present on "Performance and Challenges of the New Southern Energy Resources Business" in the 2nd session. After Professor Kim's presentation, Hwang Jin-taek, a professor at Jeju National University, Lee Jung-ho, head of the Overseas Business Development Division 1 of Korea Electric Power Cooperation, Lee Yong-ho, head of the Overseas Investment Business Development Team of the Korea Gas Corporation's Overseas Business Headquarters, and Kim Bum-joong, leader of Energy Sector, EY Hanyoung Accounting Corporation, will hold a debate. Meanwhile, Professor Kim has worked as a invited researcher at the Hudson Institute, an invited professor at Butler University, and an invited professor at St. Mary's University, and is currently serving as a professor at Hanyang University as well as a director of the Energy Governance Center, a member of the Energy Development Committee of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, and the editorial chairman of the KJIS of the Korean International Political Society. He was awarded the Minister of Education Award in 2018. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 03

[Faculty]Professor Park Jin-sung wins the "Most Cited Paper Award" at the 20th International Meeting on Information Display (IMID)

Professor Park Jin-sung from the Division of Materal Science and Engineering at Hanyang University won the "Most Cited Paper Award" at the 20th International Meeting on Information Display (IMID). The 20th International Meeting on Information Display (IMID 2020), which was organized by the Korean Information Display Society (KIDS), the Society for Information Display (SID), and the Korea Display Industry Association (KDIA), will be held online from the 25th to the 28th. This event will bring 1,500 industry, academic and research experts together from 15 countries around the world to share the latest research trends. To ensure the safety of the participants, this event will be carried out online to prevent the spread of infection in this pandemic. A total of 520 outstanding papers, including 70 papers from Samsung Display will be published. Participants will be able to watch all the pre-recorded videos of the program from the 25th, the first day of the conference. Ideas for technology development strategies and commercialization plans will be shared through question and answer comments for earch presentation. In addtion, a special session of world-renowned scholars as well as four lectures will be held, which will be attended by 110 invited speakers from Korea and overseas. For the development of display, a place for young displayers will be provided to present innovative presentations to train young scientists. "Merck Science Connect" (online panel discussion) will be held with Merck, a sponsor of IMID 2020. On the other hand, the IMID 2020 award ceremony was held at International Education Center in Ewha Womans University on the 10th prior to IMID 2020 online conference. Professor Park was recognized for his outstanding scientific achievements in the field of display technology at the 2014 International Meeting on Information Display and won the 11th "Young Scientist Award for Merck." Global News Team Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 03

[Faculty]Professor Song Chang-myeon, Awarded with 'Basic Medical Research Award' by the Korean Thyroid Association

Hanyang University Department of Otolaryngology professor Song Chang-myeon has been awarded the 'Basic Medical Research Award.' The award was given on August 22nd at the Daegu Hotel Interburgo Exco Grand Ball Room in the Fall Conference of basic thyroidology held by the Korean Thyroid Association. The award was given to young researchers to support the research in basic thyroidology. Professor Song Chang-myeon The title of the paper that Professor Song was awarded is 'Association of DNA Repair Gene Polymorphism and Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma.' The research aims to discover genes that cause thyroid cancer, especially focused on gene aberration of the genes that recover DNA after they have been damaged by radiation exposure and carcinogens. Professor Song mentioned that "the research has been conducted for the basic studies on prevention and cause of thyroid cancer, the illness that is increasing to occur within the country these days," and added that "[he is] planning to continue the research on the various causes of thyroid cancer, to help the prevention, diagnoses, and treatment of the illness." Professor Song graduated from the Medical School of Seoul National University, receiving a master's and doctor's degree from the same university. He started diagnosing at Hanyang University Hospital starting from 2012, with a focus on thyroid cancer, head and neck cancer, and voice disorders. Song is actively participating in the Korean Thyroid Association, The Korean Society for Head & Neck Oncology, Korean Society of Head and Neck Surgery, and Korean Society Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and have been awarded the best academic award from the Academy of Asia-Pacific Thyroidology in 2017. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-08 31

[Faculty]Kim Young-san, a Professor from the Division of Economics and Finance, Presents "Proposal and Challenges for Normalization of Electricity Charges"

On August 24, Professor Kim Young-san, from the Division of Economics and Finance of Hanyang University, participated in the "Proposal and Challeges for Normalization of Electricity Charges" debate hosted by the Energy Conversion Forum at the Korea Press Center. Currently, academic circles, civic groups, and industry officials have been discussing the reorganization of KEPCO's electricity rate system. Professor Kim Young-san, who was the presenter of the day, introduced △the role of the retail sales department △the cost structure and design principles of electricity rates △the current method and process of determining electricity rates such as: Korea Electric Power Co., the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, and the Ministry of Strategy and Finance △and the cost recovery rate of 98% on average, 100% monopoly. Together he introduced the problems and limitations of the current electricity rate system and its operation. Professor Kim evaluated the current electricity rate system by saying, "it is too rigid to reflect changes in costs in a timely manner." He added, "This limits consumers' choice, and the development of various products are also low." In addition, he suggested that the problems of the existing system should be solved by △introducing a fuel cost linkage system that automatically reflects fluctuations in anthracite, natural gas, and oil prices in electricity rates periodically and by △including emission rights costs as fuel costs in the fuel cost linkage system. As an explanation, he mentioned that KEPCO's environmental cost reflection plan should include emission rights in fuel costs, but the RPS (new renewable energy supply obligation system) and the FIT (power generation difference support system) should be separated as independent accounting instead of the KEPCO's electricity purchase cost. Professor Kim also pointed out, "Electricity is more likely to differ in terms of characteristics and technology than before, but it does not differ because of institutional and economic reasons" and introduced "examples of innovation and Opening in the EU, Japan's Retail Sector." On this day, academia, civic groups, and industry officials, including Kim Young-san, a professor at Hanyang University's Graduate School of Economics, Yoon Soon-jin, a professor at Seoul National University's Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Lee Yoo-soo, a senior researcher at the Korea Institute of Energy Economics, Seok Kwang-hoon, an expert at GreenKorea, Kim Sun-kyo, an associate researcher at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Evaluation, Lee Si-young, a professor at Korea University of Industrial Technology, Park Won-ju, the secretary general of the private development association, Lee Suh-hye, the E-consumer research director were all participants in this Energy Conversion Forum. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-08 27

[Faculty]Professor Jung Jae-chan Delivered Lecture at JTBC 'Class with Difference'

On August 18th, Jung Jae-chan, a Hanyang University Professor in the Department of Korean Language Education revisioned the life of poets Lee Yook-sa and Yoon Dong-ju, at a JTBC Program 'Class with Difference' for the National Liberation day. During the dark ages of the Japanese colonial era of the 1990s, the two poets served as the representatives of the emotions and voices of Koreans, protesting against Japan. While their names have been recalled many times through numerous musicals and movies, their lives itself were not fully dealt with. From this lecture, Professor Jung closely compared their lives and told their true stories. ▲ Professor Jung Jae-chan lecturing at 'Class with Difference' (Contributed by: JTBC) The recording of 'Class with Difference,' which has been operated recently, began with the stage of a rapper BewhY, who entered the stage by calling out "Korea ura." Last year, BewhY received big applause by presenting 'My Land,' a song that has been created to celebrate the 100th year of the establishment of the Korean Provisional Government. Professor Jung entered the stage after BewhY, mentioning that he will present "both the poem and life of the poets." As the lecture began, Professor Jung started with the story of poet Yoon Dong-ju, saying that "the poet also had to change his name due to the command of the Japanese government, during the year 1940." After, he introduced the poem 'Confession,' which the poet wrote five days before he changed his name. Professor Jung's interpretation of the poem moved the hearts of the students. Meanwhile, he also presented the life of Lee Yook-sa, who showed an opposite stance with the poet Yoon Dong-ju. The poem 'Climax' that he wrote during the dark ages where Koreans had to live with fear in their lives, showed the climax of toughness. The meaning of 'rainbows made out of steel,' which Professor Jung interpreted brought the standing ovation of the students. Professor Jung started his life as a teacher by teaching at a high school, where he taught students for 10 years. In 2008, he became a professor at Hanyang University's Department of Korean Language Education. Some of his books are Ideology and Theory of a Modern Poetry, For the Sociology in Literature Education, Pheonomenon and Recognition of Literature Education. One of his books called 'To Those that Have Forgotten Poetry', which he wrote after having his general lecture 'Reading the Poetry with Cultural Blending' as its basis, had been selected as the book of the year at Wanju-gun in 2019. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-08 10

[Faculty]“What Will Happen to Korea’s Festivals After COVID-19?” Professor Lee Hoon Attends an Online Debate Hosted by the Ministry of Culture and Sports

Hanyang University Division of Tourism Professor Lee Hoon participated in an online debate “COVID-19, where should Korea’s festivals go?” which was hosted on August 6 at 3 p.m. by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Korea Tourism Organization, the Tourism Sciences Society of Korea, and the Hanyang University Tourism Research Institute. The online debate was broadcasted live by the Youtube channel Korea Tourism Organization TV Channel. In the middle of the crisis when most festivals were canceled due to COVID-19 and the difficulties local economies and related organizations faced, this debate session evaluated the critical situations of festivals and discussed diverse response methods that fit the changing environment with new on-the-ground methods such as non-face-to-face festivals and festivals in daily lives. In the first session, the assistant director Kim Duk-jin from the Korea Insight Institute gave a presentation on the topic of the current state of festivals and the changed views through the perspective of big data, and Professor Kim Hyung-gon from Sejong University presented regarding the crisis of domestic and international festivals and the trend analysis. Moreover, General Manager Kang Young-kyu from the Chuncheon International Mime Festival and Secretary-general Lee Yong-yeol from the Boryeong Festival Tourism Foundation shared detailed examples of the new attempts they're making for the Chuncheon International Mime Festival and the Boryeong Mud Festival amid the COVID-19. Professor Lee Hoon presented during the second session and led a discussion on the strategies of festivals after COVID-19, and plans were discussed by the Ministry of Culture and Sports director of tourism policy Choi Bo-geun, Gachon University Professor Lee In-jae, Hangang Summer Festival general manager Yoon Sung-jin, Chuncheon International Mime Festival general manager Kang Young-kyu, and Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology researcher Hwang Hee-jung. Anyone who wished to join could watch the live online debate sessions, allowing viewers to ask questions in real-time, and 100 participants received coffee gift certificates. The manager of the Ministry of Culture and Sports said that “although the festival industry is facing a crisis due to COVID-19, I hope the festival grounds and institutes can together find diverse response methods according to the changing situation.” Global News Team Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-08 05

[Faculty]Professor Chung Seok-gyoon Participating as a Debater in a Book Concert for <Culture Fusion, the Power that Changes the World!>

Hanyang University Professor Chung Suk-gyoon of the Department of Policy Studies will be one of the debaters in a book concert celebrating the publication of Culture Fusion, the Power that Changes the World! The concert will be held by the Korea Economy Culture Institute on September 10, at the Bit and Sori Art Hall located in Seocho-gu, Seoul. The author of the book, the President of the Korea Economy Culture Institute, mentioned that "a nation without culture is bound to be doomed," and that "culture is the future, and the culture industry will lead the future of our country." He also added that "the synergy that is created when culture is integrated with the economy and society will be immeasurable. We invite those that will walk together along the path of building up cultural power." At the book concert, which will be held for 30 minutes, Professor Chung and President Tak Gye-seok of the Federation of Artistic & Cultural Organization of Korea will participate as the debaters. The music concert, which will be held right after the book concert will be led by Professor Lim Chang-bae, the gold medalist of the World Choir Games. Soprano Oh Eun-kyung, Tenor Kim Dong-won, Saxophonist Son Jin, Music Story writer Lim Chang-bae, and Pianist Lee Yung-eun are expected to lead the banquet. Professor Jung passed the 30th Civil Service Examination and has held positions such as the vice leader of the OECD Information Economy Subcommittee, President of the national brand business/IT, an executive officer of industry policy of Cheongwadae, and Hanyang University President of the Graduate School of Public Policy. In 2017, Professor Jung was awarded the 2017 Korea Economy Culture Award in the field of economics. Global News Team Translation by: Lee Won-young