|Title||The 9th International Joint Research Center Symposium (GRDC 2018)|
USA Drexel and Fraunhofer in Germany - Presented the results of joint research with leading overseas research institutes - The 9th International Joint Research Center Symposium (GRDC 2018)
The 9th International Symposium on Joint Research (GRDC 2018), sponsored by the Global Research and Development Center (GRDC), sponsored by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Information (Minister Yu Young-min) Will be held in Seoul Samjung Hotel and Daejeon Nano Technology Center for two days from November 9 to 10. ㅇ The GRDC project has been supporting 52 projects since 2005 in order to secure the core basic and basic technologies and to strengthen the capacity of national science and technology innovation by supporting overseas excellent research institutes and domestic joint research centers and attracting overseas institutions. * The International Collaborative Research Center Symposium will be held in cooperation with researchers who participate in the GRDC project and will participate in international collaboration with renowned research institutes from around the world. It is a forum to discuss the future of science and technology international cooperation and future development direction.
* Stephan AUER, Ambassador of Germany, Professor Yury Gogotsi, Professor of Drexel University (keynote speech) attended the ceremony. * At this event, Yuri Gogotsi, Yury Gogotsi Professor * (Drexel University) will give a keynote on the discovery and use of new two-dimensional nanomaterials, the subject of GRDC research, and the 20 domestic GRDC scientists from both countries will present their research results ** and future directions of international cooperation. * Nobel Prize for Physics ('18, Clarivate Analytics) ** ('17 Business Professions Department) Attracted and dispatched researchers from Korea and abroad (327 persons), papers (172, top 10% 31) (ACS Nano), Advanced Materials (Nano), Advanced Materials (Nano), and Advanced Materials (Nano Research Institute) ('18) Two-Dimensional Nanomaterial' MXene '(MXene), which will be available for measurement of substrate and lung disease.
※ It is selected as the frontispiece of ACS Editor's choice and Advanced Materials because it has very low noise, strong signal characteristic and flexibility (wearable) compared to existing sensor. ㅇ In addition, POSTECH and Germany Fraunhofer joint research center Yes Power Technology Co., Ltd. announces the development of silicon carbide (SiC) technology, which is the first in Korea to mass-produce (from July to July). □ Professor Hong Jung Il (Daegu Gyeongbuk Kagiwon) and Professor Jeongpil Sang (Dankook University), who have excellent results in 2018, will also be awarded by the Minister of Information and Communication. Professor Hong Jung-il has experimentally proved the precise control of the 'Skirmion *' phenomenon through a joint research with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (December 12 ~ 18, 2007), and has developed 'Skirmon' devices as next generation high speed, low power, non- We made important breakthrough of use.
* Skyrmion is a spiral-shaped spin structure that was first discovered in 2009 and can be used as a next-generation memory device due to its stability, small size, and efficient motion. ** Published in Nature Communications in '17, Through a collaborative study with Beckman Laser Laboratories (December 12 ~ 18, 2007), it is possible to induce new blood vessels and treat tissue necrosis more effectively when exposed to stem cells at a constant intensity and time interval with a low-power red light source He said. * A biomaterials article will be published in '14. □ An official from the Ministry of Information and Communication of the Ministry of Information and Communication said, "Through this event, I will announce the results of the research with the wisdom of domestic and foreign experts, He said.
[Source: An article provided by the Seoul Newspaper.]