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BK21+ Enterprise Organization Holds 2019 Semester’s First Guest ...

  • 2019-04-08
  • 홍보전략팀
  • HIT263
BK21+ Enterprise Organization Holds 2019 Semester’s First Guest ...게시물의 첨부이미지


 

<BK21+ Enterprise Organization Holds 2019 Semester’s First Guest Lecture>


On March 13, a guest lecture on the theme of ‘Versatile Dendrimer-Encapsulated Nanoparticles for Analytical Applications’ by Professor Kim Juhoon from Kyunghee University’s Department of Chemistry was given at the school’s Science and Technology Building 2. The lecture was held to supplement the studies of graduate students, and it was sponsored by the Carbon Recycling Center, a Korea University-centered research laboratory, BrainKorea21PLUS, and an Environment-Friendly Photoelectric Transformation Material Development Enterprise Organization. Professor Kang Sangwook and graduate students from the Department of Advanced Materials Chemistry graced the occasion with their presences.

 

Professor Kim said, “Not only can Dendrimer be made in a small size, but you can also adjust the number of ions to regulate the size of the particles. You can change the type of ions or regulate their order to change structure.” Also, during a detailed theoretical explanation process, he used various photographs and videos of an actual experiment to help the students understand. When the lecture was over, the lecturer and students communicated actively during the question and answer session.

 

Choi Sunghan, a student from the Department of Advanced Materials Chemistry who participated in this lecture, said, “It was a helpful and meaningful time to listen to a seminar which can build basic knowledge that can be applied in various ways. Since Professor Kim’s lecture is an extension of the knowledge obtained from our undergraduate and graduate courses, I think it will help me very much in the future.”

 

Meanwhile, this event is a regular lecture held every semester. The following lectures will be held at 4 pm on several Wednesdays in the future in room 225 of Korea University Sejong Campus’ Science and Technology Building 2: Professor Park Jungwon from Seoul National University on March 30; Professor Bang Jinho from Hanyang University on May 8; Professor Lee Insoo from Pohang University of Science and Technology on May 15; and Professor Kim Sangkyu from KAIST on May 29.


KU Sejong Student PR Team, KUS-ON

Student Reporter: Kim Yeonsoo

Photographer: Jeon Sukhee

Translator: Oh Hansol

Editor: Conrad Brubacher

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