Nano Mad Lab (Prof. Hoe joon Kim) develops quartz crystal microbalance with thermally-controlled surface adhesion for an efficient fine dust collection and sensing

A team lead by Prof. Hoe Joon Kim has recently reported a high efficiency fine dust collection and sensing platform. The piezoelectric resonant sensor with an integrated-heater can control the adhesion properties of the PS film (between sticky and rigid state) in real-time, and thus suited for direct and rapid dust sensing. Dr. Kim believes…

Motion Control Lab (Prof. Sehoon Oh) develops data-driven optimization algorithm for industrial high-precision controller

Mr. Hanul Jung and Prof. Sehoon Oh in Motion Control Lab. The data-driven optimization algorithm for industrial high-precision controllers researched is published in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics (IF= 10.215, JCR Top 1.02%), a journal in the field of industrial engineering. This data-driven optimization algorithm automatically tunes various control parameters of integrated controllers applied to…

Professor Jae-Hong Lee’s research team develops a fiber-type flexible sensor device that can be used in electronic clothing

Professor Jae-Hong Lee’s research team in Robotics department has developed a high-performance fiber-type electronic device (sensor) that can be used in next-generation electronic clothing. This technology helps to manufacture a fiber-type strain sensor through a chemical reduction technique based on silver (Ag) nanoparticles, and unlike the existing technology, it does not use harmful materials in…

Professor Sehoon Oh’s research team develops gravity/impedance compensation algorithm.

Mr. Jihoo Kwak (alumni) and Prof. Oh in Motion Control Lab. developed a novel body weight support system using Series Elastic Actuator (SEA) which can provide active assistive force during walking. Thanks to the newly developed actuator system and control algorithm, a patient can perform walking exercise without feeling physical constraints while being supported by…

Professor Hongsoo Choi’s research team has been selected as the 2021 National Convergence Research of Scientific Challenges Project

Professor Hongsoo Choi’s research team won a ‘2021 National Convergence Research of Scientific Challenges Project’ supported by the Ministry of Science and ICT. This project is an innovative project to solve scientific difficulties in a challenging and innovative way through convergence research between basic science and basic engineering. Prof. Hongsoo Choi’s Center for Targeted Neural…

Professor Kyung-in Jang’s research team develops the original technology for dry transfer printing using thermal expansion

The dry transfer printing technology using thermal expansion developed by Professor Kyung-in Jang’s research team has been published in Science Advances (IF=14.1, JCR top 2.8%). This technology is a dry transfer printing technology that forms a thin film with a large coefficient of thermal expansion on the substrate, so that the element and the substrate…

[Academic] Introduction of a dissertation plan and guidance on examination (First semester of 21st year)

2021학년도 1학기 학사일정에 따라 학위논문계획서 제출 및 심사 관련 내용을 공지하오니 차질없이 준비하여 주시기 바랍니다.   1. 대상자 가. 석사과정: 이수학기 3학기 이내 나. 박사과정: 종합시험 통과한 자로 이수학기 7학기 이내 다. 통합/연계과정: 종합시험 통과한 자로 이수학기 9학기 이내 (*연계과정생이 석사학위를 받고자 할 경우, 이수학기 1학기 이내)   2. 일정 가. 학위논문계획서 제출마감일: ~ 2021. 08.…

Professor Hoe-Joon Kim’s research team develops a 3D printing nanogenerator by recycling laboratory waste

The research on the triboelectric nanogenerator for recycling laboratory waste developed by Professor Hoe Joon Kim’s research team (1st author: Miss Manisha Sahu) of this department has been published in Nano Energy (IF=17.881, JCR top 4.8%), a prestigious journal in the field of nanotechnology. They designed a nanogenerator using waste such as plastics, metals, and…