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Professor Park Ju-hyeon Professor Park Ju-hyeon from the Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering was chosen as the recipient of the ‘2020 TMS EPD (Extraction & Processing Division) Science Award’ from the American TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society). The EPD Science Award is an honorary award, which is given for the best single paper issued in the last two years within the chemistry field, including JOM, an SCI journal that TMS issues, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A & B, Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy, and other proceedings. The awarded paper is titled “Effect of Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) on Dephosphorization of Molten Steel by Electric Arc Furnace Slag (Heo Jeong-ho, Park Ju-hyeon),” which was issued in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B in December 2018. Additionally, Heo Jeong-ho, Ph. D., now working at LS-Nikko Copper inc, was the first author of the paper while he was studying for his doctorate degree. In the paper, the authors observed slag generation when putting direct-reduced iron to reduce the carbon dioxide emission of steel production, and they thermodynamically defined the causes of the impurity element (P) steel cleanness reduction. This research was part of a research project of national “Alternative Steel Based Steel Producing Process Carbon Dioxide Emission Reduction Technology Development (Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy).” This event is meaningful since he was the first person in 47 years to receive the award as a Korea-based institute researcher. The awarding ceremony for the 2020 TMD EPD Science Award will be held at the 149th TMS Seminar in San Diego on February 25th, 2020. Professor Park Ju-hyeon also received the ASM-TMS Marcus Grossman Young Author Award from the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society America in 2014, the ISIJ Sawamura Award from the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan in 2017, the New Academic Award from the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society Korea in 2012, and the New Academic Award for the Best Faculty (International Paper) of the ERICA Academic Award in 2018 and 2019. Global News Team firstname.lastname@example.org
The retirement ceremony of professors in the second half of 2019 will be held on the sixth floor of the HIT Building of Seoul Campus at 1:30pm on December 20th. The ceremony will honor 23 professors who will be retiring. The retiring list of professors are as follows: Seoul Campus: ▲Lee Eun-mo (Graduate School of Law) ▲Lee Sang-gyu (Graduate School of Law) ▲Seo Tae-gyeong (Graduate School of Law) ▲Kim Byeong-cheol (Department of Organic and Nano Engineering) ▲Lee Yeong-mu (Department of Energy Engineering) ▲Park Min-yong (Department of Industrial Engineering) ▲Nam Yeong-su (Department of Surgery) ▲An Dong-hyeon (Department of Psychiatry) ▲Han Yang-gyu (Department of Chemistry) ▲Jeon Yeong-seo (Division of Economics & Finance) ▲Shin Ho-yeong (School of Business) ▲Na In-cheol (Division of Business Administration) ▲Kim Dae-shik (Department of Finance) ▲Lee Sam-hyeong (Department of Korean Language Education) (15 professors) ERICA Campus: ▲Kim Jae-geon (LINC+ Group) ▲Lee Jong-se (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering) ▲Kim Hee-jun (Department of Electronic Engineering) ▲Kim Hee-taek (Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering) ▲Kang Shin-chun (Department of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering) ▲Lee Sang-ho (Department of Korean Language & Literature) ▲Jeong Seok-won (Department of Chinese Studies) ▲Yoon Yeong-min (Department of Media & Social Informatics) (8 professors)
The number of people who have become naturalized as Korean citizens has surpassed 200,000 after 62 years since the establishment of the Korean government. The Ministry of Justice invited 15 newly naturalized citizens to government office buildings for a certificate of nationality conferment ceremony. Among them, professor Krisda Chaemsaithong(Department of English Language & Literature) from Thailand received attention by attending the ceremony as the 200,000th nationalized citizen of Korea. ▲ Professor Krisda Professor Krisda is affiliated with College of Humanities Department of English Language & Literature, and he settled in Korea 7 years ago after working as an English literature professor at the University of Houston in the U.S. Professor Krisda is renown as a worldwide expert in the field of court language, and went through a special promotion in the second half of the year in 2018 by being recognized for his contributions to the university. Professor Krisda shared his thoughts through Yonhap News by saying, “I really like the Korean people and the Korean culture after living in Korea.” He continued by saying, “Now that I have acquired citizenship by being recognized for my academic achievements, I will further contribute to Korea’s development through my studies and strive to cultivate young scholars.” Meanwhile, the initial nationalized person after the establishment of the Korean government was Son Il-seung with Taiwan nationality on February 8th of 1957, and since then, until the year 2000, naturalized persons were limited to 33 people annually. The numbers have gradually increased, and recently, roughly 11,000 people have become nationalized. The Global News Team - email@example.com *Translation by Kim Hyun-soo
▲ Professor Seon Yang-guk On October 31st, Hanyang University announced that professor Seon Yang-guk (professor in the Department of Energy Engineering) became a fellow of the Electrochemical Society. His research achievements in the field of the lithium-ion secondary cell and the next-generation secondary cell system were praised, contributing to his current status as a fellow. Seon was also named as '17 Scientists Who Could Receive the Nobel Prize' by the National Research Foundation. He has published 599 SCI-class dissertations and has 456 patents in and out of Korea. Furthermore, he is a senior editor of the 「ACS Energy Letters」 of the Chemical Society and was nominated as 'The Most Influential Top 1% Researcher in the World' in the fields of material science (2016-2018) and engineering (2016-2017). The Electrochemical Society (ECS) develops the theories and technologies of electrochemistry and solid-state science, including lithium-ion batteries, secondary cells, hydrogen energy, the solar cell, and energy devices. The ECS chooses less than 15 fellow members according to a researcher's academic and technological research achievements and their ripple effects on society. Hanyang Global News Team - Global@hanyang.ac.kr *Translation by Lee Seong-chae
▲Professor Han Myung-hoon Han Myung-hoon, a professor in the Department of Neurosurgery (Hanyang University Guri Hospital Neurosurgery) was awarded the ‘Den-Mei Brain Tumor Education Foundation’ award at the ‘2019 Asia Brain Tumor Society Symposium’ held in Taiwan on September 28th. The title of this presentation was ‘LGR5 and downstream intracellular signaling proteins which play critical roles in the cell proliferation of neuroblastoma, meningioma, and pituitary adenoma.’ The contents of the presentation included the discovery in the connection between Leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein coupled receptor 5 (LGR5) and human neuroblastoma, intracranial meningioma, and pituitary tumors. In regards to the new findings, Professor Han said, “The possibility that LGR5, which is a receptor protein related to stem cells, could have a connection with the production and proliferation of human neuroblastoma, intracranial meningioma, and pituitary tumors was confirmed. Professor Han graduated from Hanyang University College of Medicine and acquired a master’s degree and Ph.D. at the corresponding graduate school. He is also actively engaged in societies, being a regular member of the Korean Society for Neurosurgery, a regular member of the Korean Brain Tumor Society, a regular member of the Korean Society for Neuro-Oncology, a regular member of the Korean society of stereotactic and functional neurosurgery, and a regular member of the Korean Society of Endoscopic Neurosurgery. Hanyang Global News Team firstname.lastname@example.org
▲ Professor Han Tae-hee On August 14, Hanyang University announced that Han Tae-hee, a professor of Organic and Nano Engineering, was named the Emerging Investigator of 2019 by the Journal of Materials Chemistry A which is published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The Journal of Materials Chemistry A selects highly promising researchers among the world's up-and-coming researchers who have earned a PhD within the past 10 years. Han was chosen for his research on graphene fiber and ion transport in a nanochannel. The key to the research conducted by Professor Han is to turn graphene into nanochannel fiber and convert the difference of salt concentration into electricity. Han added graphene quantum dots to the process of making graphene fibers to increase the surface charge density of the fibers. As a result, he found that this surface property plays a very important role in generating power. These fibers have a high transmission capacity of ions where they can generate more than twice as much power, compared to using a different level of salt concentration. Han said, “The fiber manufactured with the technology, elaborated on in the paper, can be used in the manufacture of fiber-type ion separation membranes due to its high ion transport capability. He also added, “It can provide a new direction for the study of molten salt development, a type of renewable energy.” The result of the study "Graphene Quantum Dots/Graphene Fiber Nanochannels for Osmotic Power Generation" was published online in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A on July 2, selected as a paper on the back cover. The research was conducted with support from the Ministry of Education's basic research project, the Ministry of Science, Technology, Information and Communication's project to nurture next-generation engineering researchers, and the development of nanomaterial original technology. Translated by Hyejeong Park (email@example.com)
The team of Professor Jeong Je-chang of the Division of Electrical Engineering at Hanyang University achieved the highest-ranking performance at the NTIRE 2019 Academic Conference called the NTIRE 2019 Challenge on Real Image Denoising which was recently held in Long Beach, California, the U.S. The challenge was co-hosted by CVPR 2019, which is the world's foremost academic conference in the field of computer vision sponsored by Samsung Electronics, Amazon, Adobe, and NVDIA, and by NTIRE 2019, which is an academic comference on new technologies for the restoration of images and the enhancement of picture quality. The challenge was a competition that effectively removes the actual noise contained in natural images and restores the images. It was conducted on two tracks: noise removal of camera sensor output images and noise removal of standard color images. More than 200 researchers participated in each track and 15 teams, including South Korea, China, and the U.S., advanced to the final round. Jeong's team (researcher Park Beom-joon and Yoo Song-hyun) developed deep learning-based noise abatement technology and ranked second on each of the two tracks, earning the best overall score. "We want to contribute to enhancing the competitiveness of the local image industry by developing core technologies by applying deep learning not only to image compression, but also to such areas as video restoration, image quality improvement and ultra-high resolution conversion," said Jeong. Jeong is the inventor of 70 patents registered as international standards in the field of imaging, including UHD TV's image compression technology HEVC. Translated by Jeon Chae-yun firstname.lastname@example.org
▲ The winners of the 2nd Hanyang Innovation Award are taking a commemorative photo on June 11th in the Administration Building Hanyang University held the 2nd Innovation Awards at Seoul Campus, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, on the afternoon of June 11th. In May, Hanyang University held a contest for Hanyang’s researchers to discover excellent pieces of technology and to commercialize it. Six out of 37 excellent products were awarded through the screening. Grand Prize was awarded to Professor Lim Tae-ho (Medicine), who developed Electronic Bio Deodorant Using Plasma Technology. The technology features mobile monitoring and control through microbial sterilization, removal of organic matter, and IoT linkage. Additionally, First Prize was given to Professor Oh Seong-Keun (Chemical Engineering) for developing a mask for blocking heavy metals with silica nanoparticles, and Cho Seong-ho (Electronic Engineering) for Contactless Bio-signal Measurement Technology. Also, Professor Lim Chang-hwan (Electrical and Biomedical Engineering), Kim Tae-won (Mechanical Engineering), and Lee Joo (Electrical and Biomedical Engineering) received Excellence Prizes for developing a brain-computer interface technology using AR, Hybrid Material Precision Styling Dressing, and the Slotless Motor, respectively. Meanwhile, Hanyang University will select additional technological products and participate in the Consumer Electronic Association (CES) held in Las Vegas in January 2020. Hanyang University was the first winner from Korea of two Innovation Awards at CES 2019 held in January.
▲ Professor Kim Yoo-jeong Hanyang University Medical Center ophthalmology professor Kim Yoo-jeong was recently awarded the "Travel Grant" from the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) that was held at the Vancouver Convention Center in Canada. Professor Kim Yoo-jeong presented on the topic of "Analysis of the MicroRNA levels in tears in Sjögren’s syndrome patients" and was recognized for primally analyzing MicroRNAs that show difference solely in manifestation. According to the May 21st article from Health News, Professor Kim said, “MicroRNA manages the manifestation of genes that determine the formation of protein in cells, and it is actively being researched as a treatment for incurable diseases such as cancer, after the widespread recognition that it can effectively restrain target genes.” She went on to say, “I want to contribute to improving the symptoms of patients and the quality of life through deep research in discovering MicroRNA that can diagnose the unique Sjögren’s syndrome and target treatment.” Professor Kim Yoo-jeong graduated from Hanyang University College of Medicine and worked as a corneal disease clinic instructor at Seoul Nat’l Univ. Hospital. She is actively participating as a regular member of the Korean Ophthalmological Society, the Korean External Eye Disease Society, the Korean Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the Korea Dry Eye Society, and the Korean Contact Lens Study Society. Translation by: Kim Hyun-soo email@example.com
▲ The 2019 top research professors of Hanyang University pose for a commemorative photo. The Office of Academic Affairs selected nine top researchers from Hanyang University, Seoul Campus on January 21st. A luncheon was also held to commemorate the event. The top researchers were chosen based on which researchers had the most "highly cited papers,” placing them in the top 1 percent most cited in the past five years (2013-2017). The selection of top-level researchers was conducted this year to encourage outstanding professors in the field of research and to produce more highly influential researchers (HCRs) in the world by strengthening their research capabilities. Hanyang University selects approximately 10 top-level researchers each year and actively supports their research by supporting research personnel. The Top Researchers of Hanyang University in 2019 The faculty selected are as follows: Professor Kim Ki-hyun (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Professor Jeon Byeong-hoon (Natural Resources and Environmental Engineering), Professor Yoon Jong-seung (Materials Science & Engineering), President Lee Young-moo (Professor of Energy Engineering), Professor Sun Yang-kook (Energy Engineering), Professor Baek Woon-gyu (Energy Engineering), Professor Yoo Dae-hyun (Medicine), Professor Hyun Sung-hyub (Tourism), and Professor Choi Hyo-sung (Chemistry).
▲Hanyang University President Lee Young-moo (left) and Professor Kim Seon-jeong (right) On November 8, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) announced that each product developed by Hanyang University President Lee Young-moo and Professor Kim Seon-jeong (Department of Electrical Biomedical Engineering) has been selected as the winner of the '2019 CES Innovation Award.' The CES Innovation Award is given to innovative products by comprehensively evaluating design, technology, and consumer values in more than 30 fields such as home appliances. Hanyang University has won two innovation awards at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and the ceremony will be held in Las Vegas in early January of 2019. In addition, these products will be on display during the 2019 CES. According to CES, President Lee Young-moo's award-winning work is a compact and mobile Oxygen Nitrogen Generator (named O2N2). It injects concentrated Nitrogen into storage containers such as wine, vegetables, etc., to maintain the taste and quality for much longer periods of time. It can also be used for people who need an oxygen supply or for those in need of concentrated oxygen after exercising. This product also allows the user to control the amount of oxygen and nitrogen concentration through the use of mobile IoT technology. Professor Kim Seon-jeong's award-winning work is the Self-powered Emergency Signal Device. The device is designed to produce electricity from sea waves without batteries by utilizing a GPS signal transmission and LED light emission to facilitate rescue operations in marine emergency situations. This device was developed by Professor Kim and its primary uses in the future include military, aviation, and space industries as a technology that can supplement or replace battery dependent technologies. Meanwhile, Professor Lee Young-moo, who is famous for being a 'Researching President,' has published a thesis on the separation membranes in Science in the world's top scientific journal. Professor Kim Seon-jeong has also published a thesis on the subject of 'Room to produce electricity itself' in Science. Both professors have used their own research to develop innovative products that were not in existence before. An official at Hanyang University has stated, "We have achieved a remarkable feat by receiving the two innovation awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and we will continue education and research that will empower society through practical academics that our university pursues." Meanwhile, the products that were awarded at CES were completed with support from the Ministry of Education Creative Assets Commercialization support (BRIDGE +) project and the Leader researcher Support Project of Korea Research Foundation of the Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology.
From the 27th to the 30th of April, the 73rd National Assortment Gymnastics Championship, hosted by the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, took place in Jecheon Gymnasium. Hanyang University’s (HYU's) gymnastics team also actively took part, resulting in the splendid achievement of three students winning medals. News H met these three heros: Kim Tae-hwan (Sport Coaching, 4th year), Im Chang-do (Sport Coaching, 3rd year) and Kim Dong-hwi (Sport Coaching, 2nd year) in the Olympic Gymnasium. From left to right, Kim Tae-hwan, Im Chang-do and Kim Dong-hwi. (Photo courtesy of Sajahoo) As a representative of Hanyang Kim Tae-hwan, the team leader, won bronze in rings and horizontal bar, Im received gold in horizontal bar and bronze in parallel bar, and Kim Dong-hwi earned a silver in vault. The National Assortment Gymnastics Championship, the first competition in this year’s season, is especially important to all gymnasts as it determines their pride as university representatives. After the championship was over, all three students showed a sense of relief and regret at the same time. Kim Dong-hwi was injured during the preparing period, so the championship’s result gave him an especially great delight. “I couldn’t prepare as much as my fellow players, but I am extremely relieved with my result. I simply think I was very lucky and will practice harder,” reminisced Kim Dong-hwi. Now that the National Assortment Gymnastics Championship are over, the three students took a short rest and prepare for the next national games, taking place in August. However, in order to get enough practice during a season, a day is too short for all athletes at HYU. All three students major in Sport Coaching, which is a division within the ERICA Campus in Ansan, but live and practice at the Seoul Campus. Therefore, they wake up at 6 o’clock to get to their classes on time, and return back to Seoul in the afternoon. Then they spend three hours practicing in the Olympic Gymnasium until 10 o’clock. It is indeed a harsh schedule for anyone, trying to find success both in academics and in training, so they tend to rely on each other to get better results. News H was able to find them still in the Olympic Gymnasium even after the game was finished. The life of a gymnast All three students started gymnastics at a very young age, without any determinate thoughts. Kim Tae-hwan and Im Chang-do both started in their second grade of elementary school on the recommendation of their teachers, solely for fun. They simply did what they were told, found they had talent in it, and arrived at their current destination of HYU. “I didn’t have particular interest in gymnastics until recently. However, I found out that exercising and managing myself physically was fun,” said Kim Tae-hwan. Kim Dong-hwi laughed out, “I started sports because the gym gave us candies.” These not-so-impressive little chances changed their lives - these students who are just about to become professionals. Kim Dong-hwi hasn't fully recovered from his finger injury sustained before the championship, but still achieved a great result. Despite their passion towards gymnastics, their current situation at school is not as welcoming. The HYU gymnastics team consists of two students from each grade, making a total of eight athletes. However in 2014, this team was on the verge of disperse, due to financial problems within HYU. The gymnastics team, along with the judo and track team, was temporarily eliminated, until a demonstration was made to receive these teams back. After these incidents, the gymnastics team is still lacking financial aid and are continuing the practices through their own willpower. They suffer with countless injuries, especially with their shoulders, backs, and ankles, but are continuing their practices to achieve better results. All of these students had the same goal – to lead the HYU gymnastics team to victory. They all had their individual dreams as professionals, but at the same time had their own pride as a Hanyangians. “I want to change the perception of people to think of HYU when they hear the word gymnastics,” smiled Kim Dong-hwi. By spending most of the day together as friends, a family, and a team, all three athletes created a single, bright atmosphere. Now these students are off and ready to express themselves in all the tournaments facing them. The HYU gymnastics team is planning to practice hard again before the next big event in August, to show their abilities even more. On Jung-yun firstname.lastname@example.org Photos by Lee Jin-myeong
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