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2020-09 21

[Policy][COVID-19] Hanyang University's Social Distancing Level Measures... Established Criteria for Each Level

On the 2nd of this month, Hanyang University's Infectious Disease Control Committee established the "HYU Social Distancing Level Criteria and Implementation Plan" based on the standards and implementation plans of the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters. According to the report, classes, tests, offline events, administrative office work, laboratory work, meetings, libraries, cafeteria, and fever tests will be adjusted according to the situation on the level of social distancing. Firstly, classes will be held both offline and online at the 1st level of social distancing. Small theoretical, experimental, and practical classes will be conducted offline. When the social distancing level increases to the 2nd level, all classes will be conducted both offline and online except for small group graduate school classes. When the social distancing level increases to level 3, all classes will be conducted online. For exams, offline and online examinations will be held at levels 1 and 2 but at level 3, examinations will be held online only. Offline events are allowed at level 1, but quarantine rules must be followed. When the social distancing level increases to the second level, an event with more than 50 people indoors and more than 100 people outdoors will be banned. At level 3, group meetings of more than 10 people will be banned. In the first stage, administration and research lab work is carried out in compliance with quarantine rules. When the social distancing level increases to level 2, half of the total members will be converted to telecommuting. At level 3, all members will be telecommuted except for the required number of people. Meetings are available offline at level 1, following the quarantine rules and when increased to level 2, meetings will be carried out both offline and online. When social distancing level increases to level 3, only online meetings will be allowed. In addition, the library's study areas will operate from 9 AM to 10 PM at levels 1 and 2 of social distancing in compliance with quarantine rules. At level 3, the study areas will be closed, and the library will operate on a limited basis for students borrowing and returning books. The school cafeteria is allowed to operate at levels 1 and 2 of quarantine, but at level 3, there will be limited operation. Fever check-up will be monitored at all stages of social distancing. ▶ See the details at Hanyang Wiki http://hyu.wiki/코로나19/단계별거리두기 Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 17 Important News

[General]Ministry of Education Announces the List of 281 Schools Eligible for Financial Support... Seoul and ERICA included

On September 2nd, the Ministry of Education announced a total of 281 schools for "Universities eligible for 2020 financial support." In addition, considering the situation of COVID-19, the government partially adjusted the diagnosis indicators for 2021 and partially adjusted and confirmed the plan for designated universities. Hanyang University Seoul Campus and ERICA campus both were on the list (See the list below). The evaluation of 2021 financial support will be evaluated by an absolute evaluation on educational environment, performance, and major quantitve indicators of administrative and financial responsibility. Previously, the university evaluation (basic competency diagnosis) was held every 3 years, and universities were selected to be financially supported according to the result until 2018. However, the absolute evaluation method was introduced this year. The list included one additional school, which had been postponed for diagnosis in 2018 due to "two years after completion of assignment." It then conducted a supplementary evaluation on universities designated as "Type I,II" in 2018, and added 8 universities to the list. According to the results of the assessment of the basic competency of universities in 2018, ▲ Self-improvement University ▲ Competency Enhancement University ▲Financial Support Restriction College were divided into type I and II, but in the 2021 basic competency diagnosis of universities, the government-funded universities will be prioritized and state scholarships and student loans will be applied differently. Universities with limited financial support are not allowed to participate in the 2021 diagnosis, and depending on the type, they will be restricted from participating in financial support projects and government financial support such as state scholarships. A total of 13 schools had limited financial support in the list. The Ministry of Education supplemented its 2021 basic competency diagnosis indicators, taking into account the situation of online educational activities and expanding online classes caused by COVID-19. Quantitative performances related to operation of education programs in the "student support area" such as student learning capabilities, career and psychological counseling, support for employment and start-ups, and indicators related to industry-academic cooperation activities, which were difficult to operate due to restricted educational activities, will be excluded only in the first semester of 2020. ▲A Study on the Designation of Universities Restricted from Financial Support in 2021 (summarized) (Source: Ministry of Education) The Ministry of Education emphasized, "Universities subject to restrictions on financial support will be subject to government's financial support projects, state scholarships, and student loans. Students and parents who are preparing to enter university in 2021 should check whether the university's are restricted from state scholarships or student loans in this list and take care not to interfere with the procurement of enrollment fees." Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education will conduct an evaluation of universities with 21-year financial support restriction in February next year and announce the list of universities eligible for financial support for the 2022 school year around April. Restrictions on government financial support will be applied for one year in 2022. List of school eligible for Government Financial Support in 2021 General University and Industrial University (150 Schools) Gachon University, Catholic Kwandong University, Catholic University, Gangnam University, Gangneung Wonju University, Kangwon National University, Konkuk University, Konkuk University (Glocal), Konyang University, Kyonggi University, Kyungnam University of Science and Technology, Kyungnam University, Kyungdong University, Kyungpook National University, Gyeongsang National University, Kyungsung University, Kyungwoon University, Kyungil University, Kyunghee University, Keimyung University, Korea University, Korea University (Sejong), Kosin University, Gongju University, Kwangwoon University, Gwangju University, Gwangju Women's University, Kookmin University, Kunsan University, Far East University, Kumoh Institute of Technology, Kkotdongne University, Nazarene University, Nambu University, Namseoul University, Dankook University, Daegu Catholic University, Daegu University, Daegu Oriental University, Daejeon University, Daejin University, Duksung Women's University, Dongguk University, Dongguk University (Gyeongju), Dongduk Women's University, Dongmyeong University, Dongseo University, Dongshin University, Dong-A University,Dongyang University, Dong-eui University, Luther University, Myongji University, Mokwon University, Mokpo Catholic University, Mokpo National University, Mokpo National Maritime University, Baejae University, Baekseok University, Pukyong National University, Pusan Catholic University, Pusan National University, Pusan National University of Foreign Studies, Samyuk University, Sangmyung University, Sogang University, Seokyeong University, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Seoul Christian University, Seoul National University, University of Seoul, Seoul Women's University, Seoul Hanyoung University (Hanyoung Theological University), Seowon University, Sunmoon University, Sungkyul University, Sungkonghoe University, Sungkyunkwan University, Sungshin Women's University, Semyung University, Sejong University, Sehan University, Songwon University, Suwon University, Sookmyung Women's University, Soonchun National University, Soonchunhyang University, Soongsil University, Shilla University, Ajou University, Andong University, Anyang University, Yonsei University, Yonsei University (Wonju), Yeungnam University, Yeongsan University, Jesus University, Woosuk University, Woosong University, Ulsan University, Wonkwang University, Widuk University, Yuwon University, Eulji University, Ewha Womans University, Inje University, Incheon National University, Inha University, Chonnam National University, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju National University, Jeju National University, Chosun University, Jungbu University, Chung-Ang University, Jungwon University, Cha Medical College, Changwon University, Chungwoon University, Cheongju University, Chodang University, Chungnam National University, Chungbuk National University, KC University, Pyeongtaek University, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Hankyung University, Korea National University of Transportation, Korea National University of Technology and Education, Korea National University of Industrial Technology, Korea Bible University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea Aerospace University, Korea Maritime University, Hannam University, Handong University, Halla University, Hallym University, Hanbat University, Hanseo University, Hansung University, Hanse University, Hanshin University, Hanyang University, Hanyang University (ERICA), Hyupseong University, Honam University, Hoseo University, Howon University, Hongik University College (122 Schools) Catholic Sangji University, Gangdong University, Gangwon Provincial University, Geoje University, Kyonggi University of Science and Technology, Gyeongnam Provincial South Sea University, Kyungnam Information University, Kyungmin University, Kyungbok University, Kyungpook Provincial University, Kyungpook National University of Health, Kyungpook National University, Keimyung College of Culture, Gwangju National University of Health, Gumi National University, Gunjang University, Christian Nursing College, NongHyup University, Daekyung University, Daegu National University of Science and Technology, Daegu University of Health, Daedeok University, Daelim University, Daewon University, Daejeon National University of Science and Technology, Daejeon National University of Health, Donggang University, Dongnam University of Health, Dong Seoul National University, Dong-A Broadcasting and Arts University, Dongyang Future University, Dong-Won University of Science and Technology, Dongwon University, Dong-Eui Institute of Technology, Dongju University, Masan University, Mungyeong University, Baekseok Culture University, Pusan National University of Science and Technology, Pusan Women's University, Bucheon University, Samyook University of Health, Seoyoung University, Seoul Women's Nursing College, Seoil University, Sunlin University, Suseong University, Suncheon Jeil University, Shingu University, Shinsung University, Ajou Motor College, Andong Science University, Ansan University, Yeoju University, Yeonseong University, Yeonam University of Technology, Yeonam University, Yeungnam University of Science and Technology, Youngjin College, Woosong Information University, Ulsan University of Science and Technology, Wonkwang University of Health, Yuhan University, Incheon Talent University, Inha Technical College, Chonnam National University of Science, Chonnam Provincial University, Chonbuk National University of Science, Jeonju Kijeon College, Vision College of Jeonju, Jeju Tourism College, Cheju Halla University, Chosun University of Science and Technology, Changwon Munseong University, Cheongam University, Chunhae College of Health, Chungnam Provincial University, Chungbuk Provincial University, Chungbuk National University of Health Science University, Chungcheong University, Korea Tourism College, Korea National University of Welfare, Korea University of Media Arts, Hallym Sungsim University, Hanyang Women's University, Hyejeon University, Hosan University, Gangneung Yeongdong University, Kangwon Tourism College, Gyeongnam Provincial Geochang University, Kyungpook National University of Science and Technology, Kyungin Women's University, Gyewon University of Arts, International University, Kunsan College of Nursing, Gimpo University, Gimhae University, Daegu Technical College, Daedong University, Dong-A College of Health, Myongji College, Mokpo National University of Science, Baehwa Women's University, Busan Kyungsang University, Seojeong University, Sungduk University, Songgok University, Songho University, Suwon Science College, Suwon Women's University, Soongeui Women's College, Shin Ansan University, Osan University, Yong-In Songdam College, Induk University, Jangan University, Chosun Nursing College, Jinju College of Health, Chungkang College of Cultural Industries, Pohang University, Korea Lift College, Hanyeong College List of Universities with limited student loans for 2020 University (11 schools) General repayment 50% Limit (4 Schools) Kaya University, Geumgang University, Gimcheon University, Yewon Arts University General Repayment and Repayment after employment 100% Limit (7 Schools) Gyeongju University, Busan Presbyterian University, Shingyeong University, Jeju International University, Changshin University, International University of Korea, Hanlyo University College (10 Schools) General repayment 50% Limit (5 Schools) Koguryeo College, Doowon Technical University, Sorabol College, Seoul Institute of the Arts, Saekyung College General Repayment and Repayment after employment 100% Limit (5 Schools) Gwangyang Health Science College, Dong Pusan College, Sohae College, Youngnam Foreign Language College, Woongi Accounting & Tax Collage Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 16

[Policy]Hanyang University newly establishes 'Hanyang Digital Healthcare Center'

Hanyang University recently established the Hanyang Digital Healthcare Center (hereinafter the Center) on the Seoul Campus. The Center aims to systematically conduct research related to Digital Therapeutics and its applications. The Center aims to vitalize interdisciplinary research based on engineering, behavioral science, neuroscience, clinical and artificial intelligence, and aims to establish digital therapeutics data sets and provide service technologies. For this to happen, the following will occur: ▼Digital Therapeutics Fundamentals and Applied Studies to enhance the university research competitiveness and internationalization, ▼ Obtaining information to carry out research tasks related to Digital Therapeutics and setting a research subject, ▼ Management of research support facilities and the operation of Extra research resources to promote research efficiency enhancement, ▼ Research presentations, seminars, and subsequent publications, ▼ Digital Therapeutics related interdisciplinary convergence research for developing research manpower, and ▼ Cooperation and joint research with related domestic and international research institutes. ▶See contents at Hanyang Weki http://hyu.wiki/Hanyang Digital Healthcare Center Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-09 16

[Student]'Good Influence' Challenge for University students... Attention to Team Hanyang University 'Seongsu-dong Pedestrian Environment Improvement Project'

Hanyang University's "Walkable Street Seongsu" team participated in the "University Student's Good Influence Challenge" on September 4th during the "Social Value Connect (SOVAC) 2020," hosted by the SK Group. "Social Value Connect 2020" will be held from the 1st to the 24th. During this event, 6 universities will participate in "university student's good influence challenge," which is held on the 4th. The 6 teams will find solutions to various social problems deepened by the COVID-19 pandemic and compete for a solution that would bring a good influence on society. "Hanyang Walkable Street" Team carried out a project with the motto, "Our painting Stops Cars" to improve the pedestrian environment in Seongsu-dong. In addition to Hanyang University, a total of 6 universities, including Korea University, Sookmyung Women's University, Ewha Women's University, Yonsei University and Seoul National University, participated in the competition to present creative solutions to social problems. On the 4th, the "Good Influence" award was given to Sookmyung Women's University along with 2.2 million won as a prize money. Sookmyung's "Imageus" team developed a platform linking retired sports players. The Hanyang University team received the "Do it Now" award together with 1 million won as prize money. "SOVAC 2020" will be carried out for 4 weeks. They will hold lectures, talk shows, live competition, university challenges and other various programs to solve social issues. You can watch the programs on the SOVAC webpage, Youtube Channel, and the NAVER Happy Bean Campaign Page. ▲Social Value Connect 2020 (SOVAC 2020), Poster for "University Student's Good Influence Challenge" (Source: SOVAC 2020 Webpage) Search the keyword [[University Student's Good Influence Challenge]] at Hanyang wiki Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 16

[Alumni][Attention! Hanyangians] Alumnus Ko Young-yeol broadens the spectrum of the Korean traditional singer and music

▲ Alumnus Ko Young-yeol (Source: Hello Artist) Alumnus Ko Young-yeol from Hanyang University's Department of Korean Traditional Music drew attention with an unrivaled sound in "Phantom Singer 3" in July of this year. Although he only made it to the second-to-final round, he was the most suitable participant for the team named Lavidans, which means "a guide to crazy music," and their popularity was no less than the winning team, "Lapoem.” Mr. Ko dreamed of becoming a national swimmer until sixth grade in elementary school. While looking for ways to increase his lung capacity, he was led by his mother who recited pansori, and thanks to swimming, he practiced pansori in a very short time. Eventually, he became a singer as if it was his destiny and entered the Department of Korean Traditional Music at Hanyang University. He is also an all-around performer who is good at playing musical instruments. Because he loved playing musical instruments, he practiced geomungo, kkwaenggwari, drum, and janggo. He plays the trumpet and midi as well as the Korean traditional musical instruments very well. The piano was also encountered by chance and pansori was played according to the piano melody, which is how the unusual scene of the "Keyboarding Singer" was born during the "Phantom Singer 3" solo performance. When he was in university, he won the first place in the pansori category of the Onnara Korean Traditional Music Contest in 2014 and joined the 22-member modern orchestra "Easton Most" as a singer in December. Taking advantage of this experience and knowledge, he later tried various genres of music and created an inspiring crossover stage in the "Phantom Singer 3." Mr. Ko has already been called a rising star in the pansori field for the past four years. Along with Kim Jun-su, a member of the National Changgeuk Company, he became renowned by participating in the Ethnic Fusion Group 'Second Moon' album 'Pansori Chunhyangga'. He starred in KBS's "Immortal Songs" with the Second Moon of the Ethnic Fusion Group and with the Gukak Girl Song So-hee, he won the final title with a twist between piano accompaniment, ballad songs, and pansori "Chunhyangga." At a time when the door to joining a state-run art organization is getting narrower and the number of stages is decreasing, this kind of Mr. Ko's move gives hope. In an interview with Newsis on August 2nd, he said, "I was also lost. I had to take tests at national and public organizations and face difficulties while doing creative activities," and also stated, "But every time, I was stubborn. The most important thing is that you know how to pursue something new and show your will." Mr. Ko plans to continue to be active in the future. In a documentary to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Cheongsan-ri, which will be broadcasted by KBS this fall, he finished filming his presentation at the South Chungcheong Province independence fighter General Kim Jwa-jin’s Hongseong birthplace, Dongsango Street, and at the beach. On August 31, he sang "Heungtaryeong," "Bird, Bird," and his own song, "Unattainable Days" with Haegeum player Sung In-young. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-09 15

[Culture]Hanyang University Museum Opens the 5th Hanyang Museum Academy

The Hanyang University Museum is opening the 5th Hanyang Museum Academy starting from September 17th to October 29th, every Thursday at 2 p.m. for 6 classes. The program will create a cultural space for university members and the public to gain more knowledge of humanities. The 5th Hanyang Museum Academy of the year 2020 will be held with the topic of 'Fun Science Salon_Stores of Science Close to Our Lives,' allowing the students to approach science with more familiarity by dealing with topics related to our daily lives such as the principles under fine dust or calendars or chemical characteristics of particle physics and fruits. Due to COVID-19, the 5th Academy will be held online. Science experts from various fields will participate as lecturers, such as President Lee Jung-mo of the Gwacheon National Science Museum (September 17th), President Lee Myung-hyun of Science Bookshop (September 24th), Professor Kim Tae-jung of Hanyang University's Department of Physics (October 8th), Science Journalist Lee Jong-ho (October 15th), Professor Kim Bum-jun of Seongkyunkwan University's Department of Physics (October 22nd), and Science Communicator Lee Eun-hui (October 29th). Registration for the class begins on September 1st, which can be submitted by downloading the registration form from the museum website and submitted via e-mail or fax. Meanwhile, Hanyang Museum Academy is a program that is held by the Hanyang University Museum twice a year, usually spring and fall. It was created for Hanyang University students and the public as the participants who are especially interested in history and culture. Academies related to architecture and arts, such as 'Seoul-in, How much do you know about Seoul? - Reading Seoul through Architecture' (1st Academy), 'Seoul-in, How much do you know about Seoul? - Reading Seoul through Humanities' (2nd Academy), 'Looking at the people of Chosun with paintings' (3rd Academy), 'Looking at the people of Europe with paintings' (4th Academy) have been opened. ▶ Go to Museum website for 5th Hanyang Museum Academy registration ▶ Look at the keyword at Hanyang Wiki (Click) : Hanyang Museum Academy, Hanyang University Museum Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 14

[Alumni]Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun, Inaugurated as the President of KEPCO

▲ Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun (Department of Electrical Engineering, year 82) Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun (Department of Electrical Engineering, year 82) was inaugurated as the 31st president of KEPCO's Power Research Institute on August 31. Kim earned a bachelor's degree, master's and doctorate degree in electrical engineering from Hanyang University and completed the executive education on energy at Seoul National University. After joining KEPCO in 1996, he has served as the head of the Electric Power System Group, the head of the R&D Policy Team, the head of the Next Generation Transmission Research Institute and has been serving as the head of the Research Strategy Office since 2019. In particular, he was awarded the Minister of the Power Technology Promotion Competition in 2009 and the Prime Minister's Award in 2014, which led the development of KEPCO's transmission and technologies based on his academic depth and leadership. Kim said, "The Electric Power Research Institute will accelerate research to overcome the new threats and changing energy environment of the post-corona era," adding, "Based on the research institute's experience, we will put in full efforts to ensure that the Electric Power Research Institute moves forward." Check keyword [[Kim Tae-kyun(Alumnus)]] on Hanyang Wiki Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 14

[Donation]College of Medicine Class of 82' Donated 7.4 Million Won

On August 28th, the class of 82' from the College of Medicine donated 7.4 million won to the Hanyang University Resident Association. The amount was gathered by 30 colleagues that are part of the 20th year of the alumni association and the class of 82' and was delivered to encourage junior residents of the Hanyang University Hospital. At the delivery ceremony, Seoul National University College of Education Professor Kim Yeon-soo, Hanyang University Professor Shin Jin-ho, the president of the alumni association, Professor Kim Dong-hun of Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, and the president of the Hanyang University Resident Association Lee Yong-jun (3rd year in internal medicine) had attended the event. According to the coverage made by the medical press, 'Daily Medi', Professor Kim Dong-hun mentioned, "The donated money was gathered to stop the enforcement of policies that cloud the future of the Korean medical system. We wanted to support the juniors that have given up everything that they could." Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 14 Important News

[Event]Hanyang University ERICA, Gyeonggi-do Province -Ansan City-Kakao opens Ceremony for Kakao Data Center Construction

On September 7th, Hanyang University. Gyeonggo-do, Ansan City, and Kakao signed a business agreement in the Gyeonggi Provincial Government Office to build a Kakao Data Center and an industry-academic cooperation facility. The President of Hanyang University, Kim Woo-seung, the Governor of Gyeonggi Province, Lee Jae-myung, the mayor of Ansan, Yoon Hwa-sup, and the co-CEO of Kakao,Yeo Min-soo, attended the signing ceremony. ▲Source: Real-time social broadcast LIVE According to the agreement, Kakao will spend 400 billion won on the project to build a data center and industry-academic cooperation facility on 18,383 square meters of land around Hanyang University's ERICA campus. The construction design will be completed in the second half of this year, and after adminstrative procedures, such as building permits, contracts and construction will be carried out in 2021 with a completion aim in 2023. The data center will be built on the site of the Campus Innovation Park Urban High-tech Industrial Complex, which was selected as a pilot project implemented by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the Ministry of SMEs and Startups, and the Ministry of Education as a national project last year. ▲Campus Innovation Park HUB ▲Bird's-eye view of Campus Innovation Park The Kakao Data Center is hyper-scale enough to operate more than 100,000 servers, and can store 120,00 servers in the computer building. The amount of data that can be stored reaches 6 EB (exabytes), which is 310,000 times larger than the amount of information in the Library of Congress. Hanyang University's ERICA campus is planning to build a small-scale high-tech industrial complex, including the Kakao Data Center, as a base for regional innovation and growth. [Campus Innovation Park] A business run by The Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, and the Ministry of Small and Medium Venture Enterprises to promote the creation of innovative spaces that combine corporate housing facilities, startup support facilities, and housing and cultural facilities on unused sites on university campuses in order to create new jobs for high-quality young people. *News related to Campus Innovation Park - University Journal: http://www.dhnews.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=124490 - JoonbooIlbo: http://www.joongboo.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=1382740 Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 10

[Performance]2021 THE World University Rankings: Hanyang University maintains 351st - 400th place

The Times Higher Education (THE), a global university evaluation organization in the U.K., announced the 'THE World University Rankings 2021.' Hanyang University ranked among the 351 to 400, similar to the previous year. Among domestic universities, the rank fell one notch to 10th place. The year’s evaluation included the top 1,527 universities in 93 countries. According to the world rankings, Oxford University ranked first this year following last year, while Stanford University, which was fourth in the previous year, stepped up to second place, resulting in Caltech, which was second the previous year, to fourth place. Subsequently, the rank continued with Harvard University (3rd), MIT (5th), Cambridge University (6th), UC Berkeley (7th), Yale University (8th), Priston University (9th), and Imperial College London (10th), which is the same as the previous year except for some changes. ▲ National University Rankings In terms of domestic rankings, Seoul National University ranked 60th in the world, rising four steps to the previous year and become the nation's No. 1. The national top 10 rankings were followed by KAIST (96th), Sungkyunkwan University (101st), POSTECH (157th), Korea University (167th), Yonsei University (197th), UNIST (176th), Kyunghee University (251st to 300th), Sejong University (301st to 250th), and Hanyang University (351st to 400th). ▲ Hanyang University score by evaluation category (THE official homepage capture) Hanyang University has remained in the top 351-400 rankings since the start of the announcement in 2014. In detail, education environment received 40.1 points (39.1 points last year), research result received 40.8 points (40 points), paper citation counts received 42.3 points (44.1 points), industry-university cooperation received 97.6.1 points (86.1 points), and internationalization received 63.3.8 points (59.8 points), which all showed an increase compared to last year except the paper citation counts. Meanwhile, THE has been evaluating and announcing the competitiveness of world universities every year since 2004, unlike the QS evaluation, which is centered on reputation. The THE World University Evaluation mainly evaluated the paper citation index for the past five years. THE's assessment categories include five areas: ▲ Education-learning conditions (30%), ▲ research results (30%), ▲ research influence (number of citations per paper) (30%), ▲ internationalization (7.5%) and ▲industry-academic cooperation (2.5%). Here, educational conditions are divided into five indicators, research results into three, and internationalization into three indicators. If detailed indicators are taken into account, a total of 13 indicators are used to calculate the rankings. ▶ THE 2021 Go to the World University Rankings (click) ▶ THE 2021 Go to see the individual rankings and scores of Hanyang University in the World University Rankings (click) ▶ Read more about indicators and status in Hanyang Wiki (click) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-09 10

[General]The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Expanded its Business to Train Technology Management Professionals... Total of 25 Billion Won to be Provided to 11 Graduate Schools for 5 years

On August 31, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced that it will expand the project to train technical management professionals (Project to train professionals in convergence technology commercialization). From this year, a total of 11 graduate schools receive a total of 25 billion won for five years. This project is a program to train master and doctorate experts who apply and commercialize new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and big data into manufacturing industries. According to the Ministry of Industry and Energy, there are 7 technical graduate schools: Hanyang University, Korea University, Pukyong National University, Sogang University, Sungkyunkwan University, Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology and Hoseo University. For graduate schools, there are 4 general graduate schools: Kyungpook National University, Kyungsang National University, Chungbuk National University, and Chonbuk National University. Gyeongsang National University and Chonbuk National University were newly added into the project. Gyeongsang National University and Chonbuk National University, which have been newly selected, plan to intensively train working individual through industry-academic cooperation projects in cooperation with regional specialized industries. Management of Technology (MOT) completed the professional training project,phase 1, and is planning to carry out phase 2 from this year. The "project to train professionals in convergence technology commercialization" will provide 25 billion won to 11 graduate schools for five years, from this year to 2024. Meanwhile, Hanyang University's Graduate School of Technology & Innovation Management has selected and educated 55 master's and doctorate degree students every year since 2011 with the aim to foster "creative and innovative talents with change-driven leadership and practical solutions." Hanyang University has the largest number of full-time faculty (14) out of 20 graduate schools in Korea that have opened related degree courses, and also has a large number (11) of competent industry-related faculty members, leading domestic technology management education and research. Hanyang University operates a systematic education programs by dividing tecnology management into 3 parts: Technology Innovation, Technology Design and Technology Commercialization. To be on par with the 4th Industrial Revolution and Artificial Intelligence (AI), Hanyang University has been training technology executives who will lead artificial intelligence and data science through the D.MOT (Digital & Data Driven MOT) initiative from 2018. ▶Check the keyword [[Graduate School of Technology & Innovation Management]] in Hanyang Wiki Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 10

[Admission ]Seong-dong gu Holds 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' at Hanyang University

Hanyang University is participating at Seong-dong gu's 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' that will be held on September 3rd. Seong-dong gu announced on the 30th that they will hold the even in a drive-in form, considering the COVID-19 epidemic. The Salgogee park, the place where the briefing will be held, is capable of having 200 vehicles parked. In the first part of the briefing, the director of 'The Giant's Shoulder Education Center' Kim Hyung-ill will introduce the university entrance strategy on '2021 University Entrance Preparation'. In the second part of the briefing, a university introduction with the admission officers of Hanyang University will be held. The documents for the briefing will be held out to the participants remaining in their vehicles, along with the body temperature checking. Also, creating the entrance log will be replaced with the vehicle numbers. The passengers within their vehicles should wear masks when going outside of the vehicle or opening up the window, while checking on body temperature and usage of hand sanitizer will also be done. Students and parents that are interested in the briefing can register for the event until September 3rd at the website of Seong-dong du. More detailed information can be checked on the website. ▲Seong-dong gu 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young