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2020-06 16

[General][On-the-Spot] Final Exams and Social Distancing

While putting in a significant amount of effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the university is following prevention guidelines to ensure that final exams at the university run smoothly. On June 15th, many students took their final exams that were administered according to the designated health precaution procedures at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ Individual students’ temperatures are being checked at the entrance to the exam room. ▲ A student is wiping his desk using wet wipes that have been distributed individually. ▲ Students partaking in taking the examination must individually write up and submit a Health Questionnaire. ▲ At the entrance of the exam room, there is a notice in regards to the examination guidelines such as temperature checks. ▲ The Olympic Gymnasium has desks arranged in compliance with social distancing guidelines. ▲ Final exams are underway at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ Many students are taking their final exams at the Olympic Gymnasium. ▲ A student is taking his exam while the distance between him and the other desks are secured according to social distancing guidelines. ▲ Final exams are being conducted at the Olympic Gymnasium by maintaining a safe distance between the students. ▲ Students taking final exams at the Olympic Gymnasium Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Jung-joo

2020-06 09

[General][On-the-spot] “Where Did All the Cars Go?” After the Opening of the Parking Gate

From the operation of the "Industrial Center Parking Gate" from June 1, there has been a noticeable drop in the numbers of vehicles on campus. Parked cars disappeared due to ordinary vehicles being virtually restricted from entering designated areas. Most of the parking has been relocated to parking lots built below the Track and Field, with signs set up at the existing parking areas that green areas or rest areas are to be created. In line with the launch of the underground parking lot at the Track and Field, the Property Management Team plans to strengthen ground-level parking management and create a pedestrian-centered, pleasant, and safe campus. ▲ Only authorized vehicles can enter the parking gate installed under the passageways between the Industrial Center and the Engineering Building 2. ▲ A vehicle is entering the parking lot installed underground beneath the Track and Field. The number of available parking spaces can be checked at the entrance. ▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center (Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building) from the Amphitheater. ▲ The view of the parking lot in front of the Industrial Center from the Hanyang University Museum. No vehicles are parked. ▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering Building. ▲ Flower pots are located instead of vehicles at the parking lot in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology building. ▲ A green space construction notice is installed at the parking space in front of the Information Technology / Bio Technology. ▲ General vehicles cannot be seen even in the Graduate School parking lot. ▲ Vehicles usually parked along the back road of the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library cannot be seen, and instead flower pots are placed. ▲ Parked vehicles cannot be seen in front of the College of Education either. Parking is not possible due to the placement of flower pots. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-05 27

[General]ERICA Volunteer Corps Changes its Volunteer Program to an Online Volunteering Program

On May 14th, ERICA campus’ Volunteer Corps announced that it would completely replace its offline community service activities with online lectures, due to the current COVID-19 situation. It has changed the existing requirement of 30 offline volunteer work hours to 15 online lectures (conducted for a total of 30 hours). The online lecture period runs from May 6th to June 21st, and students are required to complete this course within the volunteer work period, divided into three different classes. The first volunteer work period will be from May 6th to May 31st, the second from May 23rd to June 7th, and the third from June 8th to June 21st, and students must view all 5 contents in each class period that are 10 hours in total. After the students are finished taking the 15 online lectures, they must enter a volunteer service report of a designated length in a review format on the volunteer service system between May 18th and June 21st. For the community service lecture program (General Elective Course, 1 credit, P/F), a student must listen to both the courtesy training and the online volunteer lectures while also completing the volunteer activity report in order to earn the credit. The Volunteer Corps has stated that students should check the volunteer activity conditions closely to ensure they get all the credits they need. For more information, students can contact the Volunteer Corps through the phone (031-400-4342) or by e-mail (vol@hanyang.ac.kr). ▲출처: Source: Volunteer Corps, ERICA Campus ▶ERICA 사회봉사단 홈페이지 바로가기 Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Jung-joo

2020-05 04

[General][Photo] Track and Field, Three Weeks Until its Completion

On April 28, we checked on the track and field which is in the final stage of its construction process. The completion ceremony of the field will be held on May 15. ▲ A photo of the track and field taken by a drone. Along with the artificial turf, the school logos, and English letters are clearly visible. ▲ Looking at the track and field from the FTC ▲ Looking at the track and field from the stands ▲ Many underground spaces are in the final stage of construction. ▲ Parking lots have been built underground. ▲ Underground spaces have been built under the ground field. ▲ Going to the track and field is possible by taking the elevator on the side of the Paiknam Music Hall Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-04 01

[General]ERICA Shuttlecock, Installed Hanyang QR Code Sticker

Two QR code Hanyang stickers have been installed at the Shuttlecock of Hanyang University ERICA Campus. The QR code connects to the official blog of ERICA. This sticker not only helps freshmen and other students to easily access the newly created official blog, but it is also expected to bring changes to the atmosphere around the Shuttlecock. Large images of ERICA's mascot Hanyangee have been printed to make the spot a popular photo zone. Meanwhile, ERICA's official blog is being utilized to help students access major announcements such as in-school announcements, alumni news, donation news, photo archives, campus life updates, and more. * Visit ERICA Campus's official blog directly at https://blog.naver.com/hyerica4473 Global News Team Translated by: Lee Won-young global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-04 01

[General][Photo] Spring's Arrival

Cherry blossoms and forsythia are blooming all over campus, despite the emptiness it around due to the COVID-19. More sceneries around the campus can be seen through the Google Album. ▶ https://hyu.ac/photo2020 Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 13

[General][Photo] Distance Learning Lecture, "How Should It Be Conducted?"

With the university's decision to conduct 2 weeks of online lectures due to COVID-19, Education Innovation Team held a seminar on informing how to utilize online platforms that support lecturers to conduct the smooth operation of the classes, on the 5th at the Great Conference Room of HIT. Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 09

[General][Photo] 'From 1979 to 2019' Summarizing ERICA Campus’ History

A record of ERICA Campus’ 40-year history has been officially published in a single book, with the title ’40 Years of History.’ The ERICA Campus was established in 1979 and recently welcomed its 40-year anniversary in 2019. This 700 page book was published to commemorate the ERICA Campus’ 40-year anniversary with records of some of the most iconic moments of its history during this time period as well as other important yearly records and photos. <ERICA’s 40 Years of History> Read it as an E-Book: http://book.hanyang.ac.kr/Viewer/erica40th View The Table of Contents from Hanyang Wiki: http://wiki.hanyang.ac.kr/ERICA40년사 *only in Korean

2020-02 25

[General]ERICA Academic Information Center & Library: Provides New E-Learning Service

▲ Provided by: ERICA Academic Information Center & Library Hanyang University's ERICA Academic Information Center & Library started a new E-Learning content service starting from January. The newly opened education services are SERI&U and Hackers, which are online learning materials. SERI&U Knowledge Library offers educational content that holds the latest information on the business grounds given out by SERI CEO, to the business CEOs and core individuals of talent. The content provides up-to-date information regarding categories of the 4th Industrial Revolution, Humanities, Economics·Business, Latest Trends, and Leadership, in a form of a 5~10 minute video clip, delivering the core information to the audience within a short time. In addition to the categorized video content, they provide materials such as a PPT summary and a one-page summary in a PDF form. SERI&U Knowledge Library currently has about 2,300 contents, which would allow students to have the latest educational content from various fields. Hackers Language Education Content are also newly provided. The new content is directly created and provided by Hackers. Students can take about 300 video lectures in English, Chinese and more, without any limitations. The content also provides lectures for English certificates such as general English, TOEIC, TOFEL, TEPS, and IELTS. It provides self-diagnosis examination regarding TOEIC and TOFEL, allowing students to diagnose one's level and select the lecture depending on the level of difficulty. There are also other E-Learning services provided from Hanyang University ERICA Academic Information Center & Library, such as languages learning program of 24 languages of the world, 'Rosetta Stone Foundations,' online lectures for public officials, 'Amor Exam,' IT lectures provided by 'IT GO' and more. Students can earn the chance to gain extracurricular knowledge and grow as a self-directing individual by using various outside educational services provided by the Academic Information Center & Library. Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-02 18

[General][Photo] The First Snow Piled up this Winter...Creating a Snowy Scene around Campus

The campus was covered with snow that came down throughout the night. While the snow near the roads was cleaned after it stopped falling, the campus covered in snow created marvelous winter scenes around campus. ▲ A lot of snow piled up at the Amphitheater of Hanyang University Seoul Campus. ▲ The scene around Aejeemun and the subway station ▲ The snow on the stairs in front of the main gate is being cleaned. * See more snowy scenes at the university website : http://www.hanyang.ac.kr/surl/zuWHB Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-02 17

[General][Global Hanyang] President Kim Woo-seung visits five universities and institutions in Ireland and Belgium

President Kim Woo-seung visited European universities and institutions from January 27th to the 30th to strengthen the ties between the institutions and Hanyang University. The visited destinations were three universities and two institutions: TU Dublin, KU Leuven, University of Antwerp, IMEC, and Materialise. On February 27th, he visited TU Dublin, Ireland, to hold a general meeting. The main discussions included support of the European Scholarship Program 'Erasmus +' to activate the existing ‘Software Convergence University 3 + 1 Multi-Degree Program,’ the activation of research exchang between the two universities, and proposals to expand student exchange outside the field of computer science. Additionally, Hanyang University introduced HY-LIVE and IC-PBL education using our Telepresence and 5G technology, which garned a signficant amount of attention. President FitzPatrick stated that he would visit Hanyang University later this year to promote further cooperation. Visitation photo of their discussion with TU Dublin, Ireland On February 29th, the president visited KU Leuven, Belgium. From Hanyang University, Professor Park Jin-gu, Lee Sun-young, Choi Young-jin, Nam Hae-un, Lee Sung-on, and Kim Tae-gon were present. In addition to the meeting of the presidency, some agreements were held, concerning with ERICA Campus engineering student exchange and business of cultivating global elites. The discussions on research exchange between professors from both universities were held. Afterward, they visited the Faculty of Engineering Technology and Electrical Engineering Lab to discuss practical areas of joint research. Visitation Photos at KU Leuven, Belgium The president visited IMEC on the afternoon of February 29th. IMEC is a global research institute for semiconductors and healthcare, with over 4,000 researchers from over 90 countries. The presidency, who had a meeting with the IMEC research faculty, toured the inside of IMEC and was introduced to the research field to discuss the exchange. As part of Korea-Belgium's human resource development project, the two institutions discussed sending Ph.D. students from Hanyang University to KU Leuven and IMEC that carries out joint research to examine student exchange projects and discuss ways for continual operation. In particular, the proposal to attract the IMEC Korea branch to the ERICA Campus Innovation Park was discussed in-depth, as well as the exchange of research through the dispatch of doctoral and post-doctoral students. Visitation Photos at IMEC On the morning on February 30th, the president visited the headquarters of Materialise. After meeting with Stefaan Motte, the Vice President of Materialise, the group toured the facilities at the headquarter and proposed the involvement of the Korean branch in the ERICA Campus Innovation Park. Visitation Photos at Materialise Headquarters The group visited the University of Antwerp, Belgium. They went to laboratories such as IDlab and ELCAT after hosting an agreement and luncheon with the president of the University of Antwerp. The two organizations have concluded a sisterhood agreement and will carry out student exchanges in business and economics. Also, research exchange among professors was discussed. Visitation Photos at the University of Antwerp, Belgium ■ Information about the visiting institutions TU Dublin Ireland TU Dublin National University, founded in 1887 as the City of Dublin Technical Schools, is the first Technical University in Ireland. With a 2,000-member campus on 3 campuses, and the second-largest university in terms of the number of students. In the 2020 QS World University Rankings, it was ranked between 751 and 800. In January 2019, three Technology Institutes (Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown & Tallaght) were merged into TU Dublin. In 2014, the University, Hanyang University, Soongsil University, and Kyungpook National University signed a sisterhood agreement in the form of a consortium with the Korean Ministry of Education and the government scholarship program 'Han-EU ICI'. Five Hanyang students were dispatched each year, and five were invited to Hanyang University. In February 2019, TU Dublin signed a 3+1 double major agreement with Hanyang University's ERICA Campus Software Convergence University. In 2019, the program started with two dispatches and one invitation. In 2020, the Erasmus+ European Scholarship Program will increase the number of participants in the double major program. KU Leuven Founded in 1425, KU Leuven has a long history and consists of three groups: Biomedical Sciences Group (14 departments), Humanities and Social Sciences Group (8 departments), Science, Engineering and Technology Group (14 departments). The total number of students is over 50,000. It is also ranked 45th in 2020 THE World University Rankings. After entering into the 2013 Management / Economic Student Exchange Agreement with Hanyang University, 46 students were dispatched or invited from 2015 to last year. When the Belgian royal delegation visited Korea, an agreement was signed for further exchanges and cooperation between the two nations for further exchange and cooperation. In February 2020, an additional student exchange agreement with the ERICA College of Engineering will be concluded. University of Antwerp Founded in 1852, the University of Antwerp is a national university of more than 20,000 along with nine colleges. In 2020, it was ranked 198th in THE World University Rankings. There has been no exchange with Hanyang University so far, but through this visit and agreement, Hanyang has established a sisterhood relationship and started research and student exchange. IMEC IMEC, found in Belgium, is an international research institute established in 1984. It has offices in the Netherlands, Taiwan, China, India, and the United States, in addition to Belgium headquarters. IMEC serves as an International R & D Hub in the field of Nanoelectronics & Digital technology. It also operates a 24,400㎡ Campus with labs and clean rooms. IMEC is working on a joint research project with KU Leuven through the ‘Korea-Belgium Global Expert Training for Future Innovation Growth’ as part of the R & D project for innovative growth in 2019. Materialise Founded in 1990 in Leuven, Belgium, the company specializes in 3D printing and is one of the oldest independent companies in the field. The company employs more than 1,800 people and was listed on NASDAQ in 2014. In addition to its headquarters in Belgium, it has offices in many countries around the world, including the United States, Columbia, Brazil, Australia, and Malaysia. Global News Team Translated by Hyejeong Park global@hanyang.ac.kr

2019-12 04

[General]2019 Hanyang University Official Promotional Video

2019 Hanyang University Official Promotional Video English version