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2020-03 09

[Academics]Professor Shin Hyun-goo Publishes a Research Paper on ‘Targeted Temperature Management for Post-Cardiac Arrest Patients’

▲ Professor Shin Hyun-goo Professor Shin Hyun-goo, and his team of professors from the Hanyang University Hospital, Guri branch, stated that they have successfully published a paper on targeted temperature management for post-cardiac arrest patients on the March edition of the ‘Resuscitation’ journal on March 4th. The research results were published under the title, “Efficacy of the cooling method for targeted temperature management in post-cardiac arrest patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis,” and his studies suggested that when implementing targeted temperature management treatment for patients who successfully recovered from a spontaneous circulation after cardiac arrest, the body surface cooling method and the blood vessel cooling method did not show much difference between the survival rate of the patients and other positive neurological outcomes. Professor Shin stated that, “It is still difficult to decide which method is superior when trying to undergo targeted temperature management, whether it is the body surface cooling method, or the blood vessel cooling method,” and that “the proper method must be chosen according to the patient’s medical conditions, and what is financially efficient for him/her.” He also added that there is a “need to an additional randomized controlled study in a large scale.” Meanwhile, Professor Shin Hyun-goo graduated from Hanyang University’s College of Medicine, and also received his doctoral degree from the same university. He is currently working as an assistant professor at the Department of Emergency Medicine in Hanyang University Hospital, Guri Branch. He is currently active in the medical field as a member of The Korean Society of Emergency Medicine and the Korean Council of EMS Physicians, is also an advanced cardiac life support instructor at the American Heart Association, an advanced resuscitation instructor of Korea at the Korean Association of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitations and a specialized instructor for trauma treatment in Korea. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 09

[Policy][COVID-19] Paiknam Library’s new policy: “We’ll increase the number of books you can borrow.”

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Paiknam Library is reducing their opening hours from March 6th. The rooms for subject materials and the Law Library, which used to run from 9am to 10pm, will now close at 8pm. Study Rooms 1 and 2 located in the first basement floor are usually open from 5am to 11pm, but from the 6th, its opening hours will be changed from 9am to 10pm. And as a complementary measure, the number of books both undergraduate and graduate students can loan will be increased from the original number of 10 books to 20 books. Also, in order to promote social distancing, when using study rooms 3 and 4, only 134 seats out of a total of 208 will be available. When using the group study rooms, students must remember to keep a social distance with others and to wear a mask at all times, and each of those rooms must be disinfected after each use. Besides the adjustment of the library’s opening hours, the library is also cleaning and disinfecting everything, specifically catered towards combatting COVID-19, while also conducting online classes. Special disinfection is scheduled to take place twice on March 8th, and on the 29th, from 6pm to 9PM. During this time, the entire library will be closed to the public and everyone will be prohibited from entering into the library. The ‘Library Academy’ that was running previously will stop all offline lessons according to the university’s policies and will be replaced with online classes instead. The online classes for the ‘Library Academy’ can be accessed through the Paiknam Library’s website (https://lib.hanyang.ac.kr/). The representatives of the Paiknam Library asked for ‘the visitors’ understanding and cooperation’ as they take ‘unavoidable measures to prevent the spread of the virus.’ The change in the opening hours and the Library Academy’s online classes will be kept until further notice. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 09

[Policy][COVID-19] Hanyang University's Residence Hall Delays Its Date of Entry by 2 Weeks

Hanyang University’s Residence Hall announced that its date of entry has been changed to March 27th on the 3rd of March. This was changed because of the recent Corona virus outbreak, also known as COVID-19, causing the date when classes start to be delayed by 2 weeks, along with online classes that are planned to take place for 2 weeks after the new start of classes date. Since the date when dorm residents can move in was delayed for 2 weeks from March 13th to the 27th, the students will receive some of their money back according to the amount of days where they would not be residing in the dorms. Those who are eligible to receive their money back must enter in their bank account details on the university’s portal website by March 26th. Students can check the Residence Hall’s homepage for details on how they can enter in their bank account number and how much money they will be able to receive. Also, the Residence Hall’s plans to recruit additional dorm residents on March 9th remains unchanged. “We request all residents for their cooperation and understanding during this time,” claimed the Residence Hall authorities. They also stated: “During this time where the date of entry into the dormitories has been delayed, we will be thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting all the dorm facilities so that the students will be able to live in a safe and clean space.” Global News Team 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

2020-03 09

[HOT Issue][COVID-19] ‘Love in Deed and Truth’ into Practice Through Voluntary Fundraising

(source: Everytime) On March 1st, a post was uploaded on an anonymous university community app, also known as ‘Everytime’ with the title: ‘We are collecting donations from Hanyang University students for COVID-19 aid.’ This post was written by a student named Cho Sung-jae, who decided to raise funds to help those who are in need to fight the COVID-19 virus by emulating Hanyang University’s Motto, ‘Love in Deed and Truth.’ The organizers behind this fundraiser are students Cho Sung-jae (Department of Policy, Class of ’19), Kim Do-young (Department of Policy, Class of ’16), Shin Hyo-jung (Department of Policy, Class of ’17), and Park Eun-bin (Department of Policy ’19). The first round of fundraisers was supposed to be held from March 1st to March 8th, with the goal to raise two million won. However, due to the students’ keen interests and active donations, they were able to reach its goal of raising two million won after just two hours of uploading the post. A vote on how the donations would be done and to where the donations would be given were done through KakaoTalk’s Open Chatroom system, and the two million won that was collected was donated to the ‘Community Chest of Korea, Daegu Branch’ under the name ‘The Students of Hanyang University.’ (source: Everytime) For the second round of donations, the organizers expected to raise around eight million won by the 8th, but just like the first round of donations, around 10-million won was successfully raised in just a day of uploading the post about the second round of donations. By March 2nd, 8 P.M., a total of 1,0841,583 won was raised with 566 students who participated in the fundraiser. Because the donations are continuously being raised in a faster manner than anticipated, there isn’t a specific amount of money that has been set as the target goal for the third round of fundraisers, but the organizers plan to donate everything that has been given by the 9th. All fundraisers are given under the name, ‘The Students of Hanyang University’ and all matters concerning donations, such as where the donations would be given away, are done after careful negotiations through a KakaoTalk Open Chatroom where everyone is identified according to their real names. Students can send their donation money to this bank account: 3333-15-2756575, KakaoBank (Cho Sung-jae). Bank statements and a list of depositors can be checked on the Everytime app. Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 09

[Faculty]Hanyang University ERICA professor Kim Se-kwon was awarded the Marine Drugs Best Paper Prize

Professor Kim Se-kwon Kim Se-kwon, a professor in the Department of Marine Science and Convergence Engineering at Hanyang University ERICA campus, recently won the 2019 Best Paper Award in Maritime Drugs (IF=4.6) , a globally renowned journal on marine medicine, according to Hanyang University on March 3rd. Professor Kim published the paper with the theme of ‘Marine fish proteins and peptides for cosmeceuticals (Review).’ Global News Team global@hayang.ac.kr

2020-03 09

[HOT Issue][Photo] Preparing for COVID-19… The Campus is now 'in quarantine'

In order to prevent the spread and infection of the COVID-19, Hanyang University campus buildings’ main entrance, hallway, and open spaces are in quarantine.

2020-03 09

[Special]Voices of Freshmen on the Delayed Curriculum

Due to the continuous spread of coronavirus in South Korea, most universities, including Hanyang University, have delayed the first day of classes for two weeks and substituted the following two weeks with online lectures. This unexpected change has generated substantial inconvenience for students, especially freshmen. Left to spend the confusing first weeks of university individually, what are their thoughts on the school’s management and the rapid changes in the 2020 curriculum? It is already the second week of March but the campus is still empty as a result of the delayed curriculum caused by coronavirus. How do you feel about the systematic management of the school? Jung Bo-sung (Department of Architectural Engineering, 1st year) felt the communication between the students and the school should be improved. He explained that as a freshman, without any orientation or entrance ceremony, there was a lot of trouble registering for classes on his own. On the other hand, Hwang Sung-bin (Department of Korean Language and Literature, 1st year) said she has been able to follow the school curriculum well, thanks to the department meeting and the orientation meeting organized by her seniors and colleagues. As guidance on university life is crucial during this time, many freshmen seemed to be on the lookout for their seniors' assistance, as well as information on applications such as Everytime or Campuspick. How do you feel about replacing offline classes with online classes? Jung Soo-bin (Department of Information Sociology, 1st year) expressed positive reaction towards the policy. She said the school has made a fair choice in its quick decision to delay the offline courses. Also, Jung said the timely execution of lectures should be prioritized over all else. On the contrary, Park Si-Un (Department of Chemistry, 1st year) voiced out his concern against the system. He opinionated that certain classes cannot be taken online. The lectures where experiments make up most of the curriculum need to take place offline, and as a student of a major where experiments constitute a large part of education himself, he is in doubt whether the school can offer an appropriate solution. All the freshmen, despite their differing opinions, agreed on their wishes to attend school as quickly as possible after the coronavirus outbreak has been contained. The spring campus of Hanyang University, still empty, awaits the arrival of new students. Lee Yoon-seo cipcd0909@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 08

[Special]Special Graduation Ceremony that Overcame the Coronavirus

This year, Hanyang University canceled all graduation ceremonies to prevent the spread of coronavirus. This disappointed many graduates, as graduation is one of the most meaningful events of university life. Therefore, some Hanyangians had decided to personally congratulate their successful end of school. Cha Hye-jin (Department of Cultural Anthropology, 4th year), Lee Min-yeong (Department of Cultural Anthropology, 4th year), Shin Hae-un (Department of Cultural Anthropology, 4th year) prepared an unforgettable graduation ceremony for their friend Kim Hyo-been (Department of Cultural Anthropology, ’20). The four have been friends for four years, and they did not want Kim to graduate without any special celebration. “It felt like throwing away our memories of four years,” they said. The ceremony was held on February 19th at Hotel-Soosunhwa in Euljiro. The graduation ceremony started with a greeting, followed by the reading of the graduation letter. They also recited the speech by the dean of the department of Cultural Anthropology, Ahn Shin-won, to add a touch of formality. After that, they held the graduation cap and flowers ceremony, a photo shoot, and the after-party. Kim Hyo-been (Department of Cultural Anthropology, '20) and her friends held their own graduation ceremony on February 19. (Photo courtesy of Kim) The order of this graduation ceremony was similar to the typical graduation, but “everything else such as the place and the mood was very different." They also tried to add creative things to make the event more unique. For instance, Kim’s friends made a graduation cap in person and wrote her a heartfelt congratulatory poem. “Making the graduation cap together was also an unforgettable memory,” they said. Kim and her friends during the graduation ceremony (Photo courtesy of Kim) Although there was no official ceremony, some graduations were more meaningful and special than the yearly event. “I was so disappointed when I heard that the graduation ceremony would be cancelled,” said Kim. “But having a self-graduation ceremony with my closest friends was an unforgettable memory." Hwang Hee-won whitewon99@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 06

[Policy][COVID-19] "Consult Your Career Through a Phone Call ... Global Career Development Center Starts Non-Face-to-Face Services

The Global Career Development Center of Hanyang University announced on the 3rd that they are starting to offer non-face-to-face services in regards to the COVID-19 situation. The Global Career Development Center noted that 'the recession that is being caused by the 2020 COVID-9 is leading to the decrease of employment' and 'many major companies are canceling or reducing the scale of open recruitment, changing them to either regular employment or nonscheduled employment. This suggests a possibility that the open employment of those with no prior work experience may decrease continuously.' Also, the Center added that 'because regular employment and nonscheduled employment are done with the focus on an individual's job competency, which is the most important to recognize one's characteristics, target one job field, and create experiences related to that particular job field.' For this matter, the Global Career Development Center is providing one-on-one telephone consulting with career supporters. While it used to be conducted in a face-to-face form, all consulting is now provided through the phone due to COVID-19. Everything can be done on the phone including personal career concerns, cover letter consulting, interview consulting, and psychological diagnosis and explanation. To sign up for consulting, students need to log-in to HY-CDP, click 'Consulting Reservation' banner, select the consulting teacher and reserve the time on the Career Support tab. Additionally, online cover letter finishing guides and free use of EDUCE is provided. When connected to HY-CDP, students can view the special lecture on writing cover letters and previously accepted cover letters of the seniors. Also, students can get their cover letters to be corrected on-line. EDUCE provides not only the online explanations of test problems and mock-tests for conglomerates and public enterprises but also the company analysis information and guidebook for interviews. Global Career Development Center emphasized that 'students should visit HY-CDP continuously, since there may be additional services that will be provided.' Detailed information and programs can be found on the HY-CDP website. Global News Team Translated by: Lee Wonyoung global@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-03 02

[HOT Issue][Photo] 'Empty Campus' on March 2nd

With the first day of school delayed to two weeks later due to COVID-19, the campus that should have been crowded with students is nothing more than an empty scene (March 2nd).

2020-03 02

[Academics]Professor Jang Jae-young Developed Thermoelectric Material with Possible Use for Energy Source for Wearable Electronics

Hanyang University Professor Jang Jae-young (36·Photo) of the Department of Energy Engineering and his team recently developed a stretchable organic thermoelectric material that has a self-healable characteristic. Thermoelectric material is a material that converts heat energy into electric energy using temperature difference, that has been so far using materials based on metal or ceramics. When the research outcome created by Professor Jang's team is commercialized, which was introduced on the cover of Advanced Functional Materials, one of the world's most renowned papers on materials academics, it will allow the wearable electronics to recharge the battery by only using the body temperature, expecting a great increase in its hours of usage. Professor Jang Jae-young Professor Jeong Yong-jin There have been active researches being done on high polymer-based thermoelectric materials, which has better flexibility than metal-based materials with difficulties on modifications. However, due to the drawback that an organic material with a soft property of matter can easily lose the characteristic of thermoelectricity when under a physical collision, researchers were having a hard time commercializing the results. Accordingly, to utilize the source throughout a wider area than the energy source of wearable devices, the need for the development of new organic thermoelement was raised, which has flexibility, elasticity and also can self-heal the cracks created through outside impacts. To solve this problem, Professor Jang's research team used functional organic material and provided material design and manufacturing process strategy at the same time, leading to the development of a material showing the best thermoelectricity. The team went through successful doping of conjugated polymer in a form of nano-wire and showed its thermoelectrical characteristic, while also embedding this to thermoplastic elastomer matrix and developing a thermoelectricity material with both a complex form of elasticity and self-healable characteristics. The developed material features great thermal conversion property on low-temperature and small temperature differences, keeping its stable self-healable ability throughout outside impacts such as scratches or cracks. The significance of the research lies in the fact that it has confirmed the possibility of utilization of organic high polymer-based thermoelectricity material as an energy source of wearable devices. Professor Jang mentioned that "this thermoelectricity material will be a great help to the development and commercialization of future electric materials such as electric skin and wearable smart devices," he also added, "the specific technology is also expected to be used throughout the next-generation energy harvesting related field." The research was conducted under the Ministry of Education(Basic Research Support Program-SGER) with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea, co-working with Professor Jeong Yong-jin of Korea National University of Transporation, School of Chemical and Materials Engineering. ▲ Result of self-healable and stretchable organic thermoelectric materials developed by Professor Jang Jae-young's team ▲ Cover of the world renowned paper on materials academics, Advanced Functional Materials <References> ■ Thesis Title: Self-Healable and Stretchable Organic Thermoelectric Materials: Electrically Percolated Polymer Nanowires Embedded in Thermoplastic Elastomer Matrix ■ Writer Information: Professor Jeong Yong-jin (1st writer, School of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Korea National University of Transportation), Jung Jae-min Doctor Candidate (Hanyang University), Suh Eui-hyun Doctor Candidate (Hanyang University), Doctor Yun Dong-jin (Samsung Advanced Institue of Technology), Oh Jong-gyu Doctor Candidate (Hanyang University), Professor Jang Jae-young (Communications Writer, Hanyang University) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr