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세계적 학술지에 실렸다

부경대 이송이 교수, 세계적 학술지 ‘Chemical Reviews’ 총설 논문 게재- 기초과학 분야 최정상급 학술지 … 혁신적 광민감제 개발전략 연구 ‘주목’△  (왼쪽부터) 이송이, Thanh Chung Pham, 최영환. 국립부경대학교 이송이 교수(화학과·4차산업융합바이오닉스공학과) 연구팀이 기초과학 분야 최정상급 국제학술지인 ‘Chemical Reviews(IF=60.62)’에 총설 논문을 게재해 주목받고 있다.이 교수와 Thanh Chung Pham(박사수료), 최영환(석사과정 2년) 등 연구팀은 최근 이 학술지에 혁신적인 광민감제 개발전략을 담은 총설 논문 'Recent Strategies to Develop Innovative Photosensitizers for Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy' 을 게재했다.미국화학학회 저널(ACS Publications)이 발간하는 ‘Chemical Reviews’는 화학 총설 분야 연구 동향과 전망을 집대성해 제시하는 학술지로, 이 분야 연구자들에게 가장 큰 영향력을 인정받고 있다.이 교수 연구팀은 이번 논문에서 암, 감염병 등 질병의 광화학 기반 치료법 중 하나인 광역동 치료(Photodynamic therapy)에 활용되는 광활성 화학물질 광민감제(Photosensitizers) 개발전략을 제시했다.연구팀은 암 등 질병의 비침습 치료를 위해 광민감제를 주사해 특정 파장의 빛으로 표적 조직을 없애는 광역동 치료법과 관련해 현재 활발하게 진행되는 광민감제 개발 및 응용 연구동향과 연구전략을 밝혀 주목받았다.연구팀은 광민감제 개발에 대한 기존 대다수 논문이 나노물질 및 나노기술에만 초점을 맞추고 있다고 지적하며, 효과적이고 향상된 광역동 치료를 위해 유기 광민감제의 구조 디자인과 개발법 관련 연구 결과들을 정리해 제시함으로써 혁신적인 유기 광민감제 개발을 위한 직관적이고 구체적인 통찰력을 제시했다.한편 이 교수는 ‘신호증폭을 위한 지능형 기능성 소재 연구’를 주제로 유기단분자 및 공액고분자를 이용한 형광화학 및 비색검출 센서 개발, 유기 기능재료의 설계 및 합성에 대한 연구 등을 활발히 수행하고 있다. <부경투데이>

부산공유대학 설립, 어떻게?

‘부산지역 공동대학 혁신 전략 포럼’ 열려- 부경대·부산대·부산교대·해양대 주관 … 부산공유대학 모델 모색△ 장영수 총장이 부산지역 대학혁신 전략포럼에서 축사를 하고 있다. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)부산형 공유대학 모델을 제시하기 위한 ‘부산지역 공동대학 혁신 전략 포럼’이 10월 20일 파라다이스 부산 2층 카프리룸에서 열렸다.부산공동대학혁신센터가 주최하고 부경대학교, 부산대학교, 부산교육대학교, 한국해양대학교 등 부산지역 국립대학 혁신네트워크(BNU 4 NET)가 주관한 이번 포럼은 ‘지역혁신플랫폼 구축을 위한 부산 공유대학 모델 모색’을 주제로 온·오프라인 방식으로 진행됐다.이번 포럼은 교육부 주요 사업인 지역혁신플랫폼 사업 추진 기반을 마련하고 부산형 공유대학 모델을 제시하기 위한 행사다.이날 김석수 부산대 기획처장의 개회사를 시작으로 차정인 부산대 총장의 환영사, 장영수 총장과 박형준 부산시장, 장인화 부산상공회의소 회장의 축사가 이어졌다.장영수 총장은 이날 축사에서 “우리는 지자체와 대학, 지역 기관 등이 협력해 대학별 강점을 결집한 지역특화형 대학 모델을 구축해야하는 매우 중요한 지점에 서 있다.”라면서, “대학이 가진 특성화 분야가 지역혁신 플랫폼의 근간이 된다는 생각, 대학의 자산과 역량을 개방하고 공유하는 것이 손해가 아닌 혁신을 위한 발전 동력이 된다는 인식으로 우리 대학도 적극 힘을 보태겠다.”라고 밝혔다.이어 김석수 부산대 기획처장과 이현규 부경대 기획처장이 발제를 하고, 서동환 한국해양대 기획처장이 좌장을 맡아 ‘부산지역 RIS 사업 및 부산형 공유대학의 방향’을 주제로 토론을 진행했다.이현규 기획처장은 ‘부산공유대학 모델 개발’을 주제로 한 발제를 통해 “공유대학이란 지자체, 대학, 지역혁신기관, 지역기업 등이 협력해 각각의 장점을 결집시킨 지역특화형 고등교육 모델.”이라면서, “여기에 지역산업의 특성을 결합해야 부산형 공유대학만의 강점을 가질 수 있다. 특성화와 지역특화라는 키워드를 반드시 생각해야만 한다.”라고 말했다.이어 “부산 공유대학의 플랫폼에서 공유대학의 특성화된 융합전공을 만들고, 학생들이 자유롭게 수강하는 것은 물론, 미 참여 대학 교원과 학생들에게도 플랫폼을 개방해야 할 것이다.”라며, “이를 통해 대학이 혁신하고, 지역이 혁신하며, 우수 인재가 지역에 정주하는 선순환 구조를 가지게 될 것으로 기대한다.”라고 밝혔다. <부경투데이> △ 포럼 전경△ 포럼 참석자들이 기념촬영하고 있다. 

스포츠관광 아이디어 인정받았다

부경대생, 스포츠관광 전국 아이디어 공모전 우수상- 모터보트·AR 활용 관광 콘텐츠 아이디어로△ (왼쪽부터) 하대운, 김시예 학생과 김대환 지도교수가 기념촬영하고 있다.국립부경대학교(총장 장영수) 학생들이 제7회 스포츠관광 진흥 전국 대학생 아이디어 공모전에서 우수상을 수상했다.부경대 해양스포츠학과 M&M스포츠마케팅동아리 하대운, 김시예, 우수연, 윤지수 학생 팀(지도교수 김대환)은 한국스포츠관광학회 주관으로 열린 이번 공모전에서 ‘튜브스터와 AR을 접목한 부산시 내수면 활성화 방안’으로 우수상을 받았다.부경대생들은 이 아이디어에서 해양스포츠인 모터보트를 활용한 튜브스터(tubester)와 AR(Augmented Reality) 기술을 접목해 부산시의 내수면 관광산업을 활성화는 방안으로 좋은 평가를 받았다.이 아이디어는 튜브스터라는 친환경 모터보트와 AR를 이용해 이색적이고 다양한 체험 기회를 제공해 만족감을 높일 수 있는 콘텐츠를 개발하자는 것이다.관광자원이 부족한 내수면에 튜브스터와 AR 기술을 접목하게 시켜 휴식과 다양한 체험 기회를 제공하고, 낙동강과 수영강에 각각 관련 AR 영상을 제공해 관광 포인트를 마련한다는 콘셉트이다.이들의 아이디어는 바다가 주요 관광자원인 부산시의 여건을 활용해 내수면에서 즐길 수 있는 관광 체험 방안을 제시했다는 측면에서 좋은 평가를 받았다.이와 함께 레저산업이 확대되는 추세에 따라 새로운 유형의 레저활동을 제안한 것은 물론, 이에 따른 일자리 창출과 관광산업 활성화에 따른 경제 활성화 가능성도 밝혀 호응을 얻었다.한편 이번 대회 본선은 지난 2일 한국교통대에서 부경대를 비롯해, 경기대, 계명대, 경북대, 동의대, 가톨릭관동대, 단국대, 한국교통대가 참가한 가운데 열렸다. <부경투데이>

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부경대-부산시-부산일보 손잡았다

부경대-부산시-부산일보, 데이터산업 지·학·언 협약 체결- 18일 부산시청 … 데이터산업 생태계 조성 및 지·학·언 협력 시범사업 추진△ 장영수 총장(왼쪽 세 번째)와 박형준 부산시장, 김진수 부산일보 사장이 기념촬영하고 있다. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) 국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)와 부산광역시(시장 박형준), 부산일보(사장 김진수)가 10월 18일 오후 부산시청 26층 회의실에서 데이터산업 생태계 조성 및 지·학·언 협력 시범사업 추진을 위한 협약(MOU)을 체결했다.장영수 총장과 박형준 시장, 김진수 사장은 이날 협약을 맺고, 상호 협력체계를 구축해 긴밀하게 협력함으로써 부산의 데이터산업 생태계 조성과 데이터기반 디지털 혁신에 기여하기로 했다.이번 협약으로 부산시는 데이터 관련 공공사업과 연계해 대학(원)생이 실무 인턴으로 참여하도록 하고, 부경대는 데이터산업 인력 수요에 대응한 전문인재 양성 및 공급에 나선다. 부산일보는 데이터 수요·공급기업 발굴과 빅데이터 신기술과 관련 정책 소개를 맡는다.각 기관들의 협력사항은 △데이터 기반 디지털 혁신을 위한 유망기업 발굴 육성과 지역 소재 기업의 데이터 수요 발굴 △데이터 분야 지역 인재 양성과 수급 △부산지역 디지털혁신과 데이터산업 생태계 조성을 통한 지역사회 공헌 등이다.이에 따라 부산시는 협약 관련 시범사업인 ‘금융빅데이터센터(플랫폼) 구축사업’과 ‘서비스융복합연구센터 구축사업’을 운영하고, 향후 사업 대상을 부산 지역 전체 대학과 산업으로 확대한다는 계획이다.부경대는 신문방송학과 김정환 교수팀이 부산일보와 함께 ‘지역특화 데이터 저널리즘’ 기획을 추진할 계획이다.장영수 총장은 “강도 높은 교육 프로그램으로 강력한 데이터 인재가 양성되면 부산이 데이터산업 분야에서도 강력한 경쟁력을 갖추게 될 것.”이라고 말했다.△ 협약식 참석자들이 기념촬영하고 있다.△ 협약식 현장.

워커장군추모음악회 개최

부경대 유엔연구소, 제1회 워커장군추모음악회 개최- 10일 저녁 7시 부산문화회관 중극장부경대학교 유엔문화콘텐츠연구소(소장 하봉규)가 유엔의 날(10월 24일)을 앞두고 워커장군(Gen. Walton H. Walker) 추모 제1회 유엔평화음악회를 오는 10월 10일(일) 개최한다.유엔문화콘텐츠연구소와 유엔PEC사회적협동조합, (사)워커장군추모음악회가 공동으로 마련한 이번 음악회는 이날 저녁 7시 부산 남구 유엔평화로 76번길1 부산문화회관 중극장에서 열린다.이번 음악회는 조희주 예술총감독의 지휘로 프랑스 마르세유에서 솔로리스트로 활동했던 부산 출신 황신녕(소프라노)을 비롯, 국제적 명성의 김동섭(바리톤), 피지 출신의 소코(테너) 등이 출연한다.지난해 워커장군 70주기 추도식을 주관했던 유엔문화콘텐츠연구소는 한국의 자유를 위해 희생한 분들과 워커장군을 기리기 위해 지역인사 및 기업인들의 도움을 받아 이번 행사를 기획했다.워커장군은 1950년 6?25전쟁 당시 불과 한 달여 만에 국토의 대부분을 빼앗긴 절체절명의 상황에서 낙동강 방어선(일명 워커라인)을 사수해 인천상륙작전의 교두보를 마련했지만, 3개월 뒤인 12월 23일 수도권 방어를 지휘하던 중 국군트럭과 충돌사고로 유명을 달리한 미8군 사령관이자 한국의 은인이다. 부경대 대연캠퍼스에는 당시 미8군 임시사령부 건물이었던 워커하우스가 자리 잡고 있다.하봉규 소장은 “이번 음악회를 계기로 부산에 위치한 유엔기념공원이나 워커하우스 등 유엔과 관련한 역사적 유산의 의미를 알리고, 이를 활용해 부산과 국제사회의 교류가 확대하는 계기가 되길 바란다.”라고 말했다.△ 워커장군(Gen. Walton H. Walker) 추모 제1회 유엔평화음악회 안내 포스터

경험 포트폴리오 경진대회 열려

부경대, ‘경험 포트폴리오 경진대회’ 개최- 5일 공학1관 다목적홀 △ 경험(역량) 포트폴리오 경진대회 수상자들이 기념촬영하고 있다. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)  부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 9월 5일 오후 공학1관 3층 다목적홀에서 ‘경험(역량) 포트폴리오 경진대회’를 개최했다.부경대 대학일자리센터가 마련한 이 프로그램은 부경대생과 지역청년 등 취업준비생들이 자신의 경험과 역량을 구체적으로 분류 및 점검하고 자기소개서 등에 적용하는 기회를 제공해 성공적인 취업을 돕기 위한 것이다.이날 1차 포트폴리오 심사를 통과한 10명이 참가한 가운데 2차 발표 심사를 거쳐 최종 수상자를 가렸다.이번 경진대회 대상은 문소인 씨(부경대 건축학과 5학년)가 차지했다. 상금은 50만원. 문 씨는 건축학과에서 공부하며 자신의 설계 작품 제작 과정을 비롯, 영어공부, 대외프로그램, 인턴과정 등에서 얻은 경험과 어려움을 극복한 과정 등을 체계적으로 소개해 좋은 평가를 받았다.이어 최우수상은 여인환, 문석민 씨 등 2명이 수상해 각 40만원 상금을 받았고, 우수상은 이혜주, 윤제현, 이지혜 등 3명, 장려상은 백승은, 임명수, 정은영, 박혜지 등 4명이 수상했다.

강준석 동문, 부산항만공사 사장 취임

강준석 동문, 부산항만공사 사장 취임△ 강준석 신임 사장이 취임식을 갖고 있다.   부경대학교 강준석 동문(수산경영학과 80학번)이 9월 30일 부산항만공사(BPA) 신임 사장으로 취임했다.BPA 제7대 사장으로 임명된 강 신임 사장은 이날 오전 공사에서 취임식을 갖고 공식 업무를 시작했다. 임기는 오는 2024년 9월까지 3년이다.강 신임 사장은 이날 취임식에서 “부산항이 글로벌 물류허브로 확고히 자리 잡도록 신항 터미널 운영사 통합을 적극적으로 유도해 항만 운영 효율성을 높일 것.”이라면서, “진해신항 예비타당성 조사와 북항재개발사업, ESG 경영 등을 적극 추진하겠다.”라고 밝혔다.해양수산부 차관을 지낸 강 신임 사장은 1962년 경남 함양출신으로 부경대 수산경영학과를 졸업하고 영국 HULL대학교에서 자원경제학 박사학위를 취득했다.1986년 기술고시(22기)에 합격, 1988년 수산과학원 수산사무관으로 시작해 해양수산부 자원관리과장, 농림수산식품부 어업자원관, 수산정책관, 원양협력관을 거쳐 해양수산부 수산정책실장, 국립수산과학원장, 해양수산부 차관 등을 역임했다.지난 2017년에는 수산자원 기반 구축 및 어업자주권 강화 등 수산업 발전에 기여해 모교의  명예를 높인 공로로 제15회 자랑스러운 부경인상을 수상한 바 있다.

“식량주권 확보 위해 수산업 재건해야”

‘식량위기와 수산업’- 김도훈 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)가 20일자 국제신문 21면에 ‘식량위기와 수산업’이라는 제목으로 해양수산칼럼을 게재했다.김 교수는 “전 세계적으로 식량위기에 대한 우려가 커지고 있다.”라면서, “식량위기는 자연재해나 코로나와 같은 질병위기보다 더 심각한 문제이며, 국가 안보와도 직결된다.”라고 우려했다.그는 “우리나라의 식량자급률은 40%대 수준으로, 식량위기에 아주 취약한 구조를 가지고 있다.”라면서, “수산물 자급률(해조류 제외)은 2019년 기준 약 49%로, 2011년 74% 수준에서 크게 감소하고 있다.”라고 지적했다.특히 국내 해면어업 생산량을 비롯해 양식 어류와 패류 생산량, 원양어업 생산량이 감소함에 따라 수산물 자급률은 더욱 떨어질 것으로 전망했다.김 교수는 “수산물은 우리나라 국민의 건강을 유지하는데 필수적인 동물성 단백질 공급의 30% 이상을 차지하는 중요한 식량자원이다.”라면서, “개별 산업적 차원이 아닌 국가의 안보적 차원에서 식량주권 확보를 위한 수산업 재건이 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.이를 위한 방안으로 △어선의 현대화 및 스마트화 등 연근해어업 혁신 △기후변화에 대응한 양식업 혁신을 통해 지역별·품종별 양식업 육성 △원양산업 재건을 통한 해외 수산자원 확보 △ 중국 불법어업에 대한 적극적 대처와 수산자원 관리를 통한 지속가능한 해면어업 생산 △식품안전성을 기반으로 한 수산물 유통체계의 전환 등에 집중해야한다고 제시했다.▷칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=1700&key=20211020.22021004434

‘파이토케미컬’을 아시나요?

‘건강 지킴이 파이토케미컬에 주목하자’- 정운주 교수, <식품저널>에 칼럼 게재부경대학교 정운주 교수(식품영양학과)의 칼럼 ‘건강 지킴이 파이토케미컬(Phytochemical)에 주목하자’가 <식품저널>에 실렸다.정 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “(파이토케미컬은) 식물이 자연적으로 생성하는 화학물질로, 식물 고유의 색과 독특한 향미를 제공한다. 체내에서 합성되지 않으므로 음식을 통해 섭취해야 하며, 우리의 건강을 유지하고 질병을 예방하는데 중요한 작용을 한다.”라고 소개했다.특히 “이들 물질은 비만 및 비만과 관련된 당뇨병, 심혈관계질환, 이상지질혈증, 비알코올성 지방간 질환 등 다양한 대사증후군에 좋은 효과를 가질 것으로 기대를 모으고 있다.”라고 식품 분야 학계의 동향을 밝혔다.실제로 정 교수 연구팀은 동물실험을 통해 파이토케미컬의 기능성을 입증하고, 생화학적·분자생물학적 분석으로 작용기전을 밝히기 위해 연구하고 있다.정 교수는 “당근·토마토·마늘·땅콩 등 식물성 식품에 널리 분포하고 있는 파라-쿠마릭산(p-Coumaric acid)이 백색지방조직과 간 조직에서 지질 합성을 감소시키고, 지방산 산화를 증가시킴과 동시에 변으로 배설되는 지질 함량을 증가시킴으로써, 체지방을 줄이고, 비만으로 인한 인슐린 저항성·염증반응·이상지질혈증·비알코올성 지방간 등의 다양한 합병증을 개선할 수 있음을 입증했다.”라고 제시했다.이어 “세계적으로 파이토케미컬을 활발하게 연구하고 있지만, 아직 기능이 밝혀지지 않은 것이 많다.”라면서, “지속적으로 과량의 파이토케미컬을 섭취했을 때 나타날 수 있는 장기적 영향이나 부작용이 아직 잘 알려지지 않았으므로 더 많은 연구가 필요하다.”라고 강조했다.

'트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다' 발간

송명희 산문집 『트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다』 발간- 인문학자가 본 트렌드의 의미와 미래 전망송명희 문학평론가(부경대 명예교수)가 에세이집 『트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다』(푸른사상사)를 발간했다.이 책은 문학평론가와 국문학자인 저자가 인문학자로서 코로나19 이후 변화하는 사회를 전망하고 정치사회적?사회문화적 이슈에 반영된 트렌드를 읽어낸 에세이집이다.이 책은 코로나로 인해 변해가는 사회, 미디어에 반영된 메시지, 4차 산업혁명시대를 인문학자로서 통찰한 글들을 △코로나 사회를 성찰하다 △미디어는 메시지다 △일과 놀이의 균형을 찾다 △공정은 위기에 처해 있다 △외로움도 관리해주나요 등 5부에 걸쳐 싣고 있다.저자는 코로나19가 바꾸어버린 세상을 예리하게 분석하고, 번아웃, 위험사회, 가짜뉴스, 부동산 문제, 젠더 갈등, 기후와 환경문제 등을 화두로 우리 사회의 건전성에 대해 성찰하고 대안 사회적 미래를 진단한다.이와 함께 공정사회, 무역전쟁, 남북정상회담, 청년실업 등을 쟁점으로 공정하고 행복한 사회를 향한 고민과 정치사회적 문제들에 관한 논의들을 담아냈고, 4차 산업혁명이 도래한 오늘날 인문학은 어떤 역할을 해야 할지에 대한 고민도 공유한다.송명희 문학평론가는 “이번 에세이집에 실린 글들은 대체로 지금 여기의 현재를 살아가는 실존적 존재로서 정치사회적 이슈들이나 TV나 영화에 반영된 트렌드를 분석하여 그 의미를 읽어내고, 미래지향적 전망을 예측해보려는 태도를 갖고 썼다.”라고 밝혔다.송명희 문학평론가는 1980년 『현대문학』으로 문학평론 활동을 시작했다. 고려대학교 대학원에서 문학박사 학위를 취득했다. 부경대 교수, 부경대 인문사회과학연구소 소장, 한국문학이론과 비평학회 회장, 한국언어문학교육학회 회장 등을 역임했다.『타자의 서사학』 등 문화체육관광부 우수학술도서 4권, 『트랜스내셔널리즘과 재외한인문학』 등 대한민국학술원 우수학술도서 2권, 세종도서 학술부문에 선정된 『다시 살아나라, 김명순』 등 50여 권의 저서와 시집이 있다. 한국비평문학상, 봉생문화상, 부경대학교 학술상, 신곡문학상 대상, 펜문학상 등을 수상했다. 현재 문학예술치료학회 창립회장, 부경대 명예교수이다. 

지역 언론 중요성 전파 ‘활약’

남인용 교수, 지역 언론의 중요성 전파 ‘활약’- 신문기고·방송출연·학회발표 등 활동 잇따라부경대학교 남인용 교수(신문방송학과)가 지역 언론의 역할과 과제, 지원방안 등을 잇달아 강조하며 지역 언론의 중요성을 전파하는 활약을 펼치고 있다.남 교수는 지난 9월 8일 서울 프레스센터에서 열린 한국언론학회의 ‘지역 케이블 채널의 지원과 역할 강화’ 세미나의 발제자로 참가, ‘4차 산업혁명 시대 지역미디어의 역할 정립 및 정책적 지원방안’을 주제로 발표했다.남 교수는 이 발표에서 “케이블TV 지역채널은 방송권역별 세밀한 지역 정보를 제공하는 최적 매체.”라면서, “지역사회 문제 해결 방안을 찾기 위한 지역 여론을 활성화할 수 있다”고 밝혔다.이어 “지역 미디어에 대한 정책 지원은 학문영역에서 보호학문에 대한 지원과 마찬가지로 지역균형 발전을 위한 필수 과업.”이라며 “정부는 케이블TV가 지역 정보 부족을 해소하고 풀뿌리 민주주의 실현과 재난 발생 시 지역주민 생존을 책임질 수 있도록 법·제도 지원을 해야 한다.”라고 말했다.이에 앞서 지난 9월 2일에는 KBS부산의 ‘뉴스7-대담한 K’에 출연, 시청자 주간을 맞아 앵커와 대담 방식으로 KBS부산의 과제를 분석, 제시했다.남 교수는 “(KBS부산이) 지역방송으로서 시청자가 참여하는 방송, 전문가의 데이터를 적극 활용하는 방송을 많이 만들어주길 바란다.”라면서, “관련 분야 교수 등 전문가들이 의견을 제시할 수 있도록 참여를 적극 유도해주길 바란다.”라고 제안했다.또 남 교수는 최근 내일신문에 칼럼 ‘지방분권 앞당길 지역유선방송 지원 조례’를 기고해 지역유선방송 활성화에 대한 기대를 밝혔다.그는 이 칼럼에서 최근 부산광역시의회가 의결한 ‘지역종합유선방송발전지원에 관한 조례’를 소개하며 “이번 조례는 지역방송 지원을 통한 지방분권 실현의 출발점이다.”라면서, “지역종합유선방송발전지원을 통해 나타날 지역방송의 활성화가 지방분권 실현을 앞당길 것으로 기대한다.”라고 했다.

Kwak Min-Seok | Found a way to eliminate the HIV virus beyond suppressing

PKNU found a way to eliminate the HIV virus beyond suppressingProfessor Kwak Min-Seok    For the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), research results showing that the virus can be removed beyond the existing treatment that suppresses the virus is drawing attention from the public. The National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) announced that a research team led by Professor Kwak Min-Seok (Department of Chemistry) of Pukyong National University and Professor Jin Jun-O (Department of Medical Biotechnology) of Yeungnam University has developed nucleic acid nanoparticles that induce immune activity. The core of the research is to activate the immune cells and remove the infected cells by making synthetic nucleic acid molecules that the immune cells of HIV-infected patients will recognize as antigen. When infected with HIV, the immune system gets damaged, making it vulnerable to pathogen entry, so it is most important to remove the virus and restore the damaged immune system. However, current antiviral therapy has limitations in suppressing the virus and restoring and maintaining immune function. The research team planned and synthesized immune-enhancing nucleic acid nanoparticles with a diameter of about 14 nm (nanometer, one billionth of a meter) based on the principle of aggregation of lipid DNA molecules with immune-enhancing sequences bound to lipid nucleic acid groups that can be self-assembled in a spherical shape.These nucleic acid nanoparticles can effectively pass through the cell membrane of the lipid bilayer structure by adding an artificial lipid structure to the nucleic acid having the CpG sequence that stimulates immune cells. In addition, since it has self-assembly properties, it does not require a drug carrier and is characterized by uniformly made small nanostructures in which various lipid nucleic acids are aggregated in a spherical shape. The research team proved the immune cell activation ability and antiviral effect of these nucleic acid nanoparticles through experiments using the blood of HIV-infected patients. As a result, it was shown that the nucleic acid nanoparticles induce the activity of white blood cells in the patient's blood, stimulate the specialized dendritic cells to fight the virus, and secrete a large amount of cytokine protein that can fight the virus. Professor Kwak Min-Seok of Pukyong National University said, "As the nucleic acid nanoparticles developed this time have been confirmed to induce various immune activities for virus treatment, we expect that it can be used as effective treatment for not only HIV but also coronavirus." The research was conducted with support from the mid-level research support project promoted by the Ministry of Science and ICT and the National Research Foundation of Korea, and was published (online) on August 27th in , which is an international academic journal of biomaterials.    연구진  곽민석 mkwak@pukyong.ac.kr  자연과학대학 나노화학혼성재료연구실

Ahn Se-Ryoong | Finding solutions to real estate problems through business economic theory & AI fusion research

PKNU finding solutions to real estate problems through business economic theory & AI fusion researchProfessor Ahn Se-Ryoong    To find the cause and solution of the imbalance in real estate prices, fusion research using artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning data analysis as well as business economic theory is being promoted nationally, attracting public attention. A research team led by Professor Ahn Se-Ryoong of Pukyong National University (Business Administration) announced on September 15th that the research team would be selected as a joint research project for the Humanities and Social Sciences of the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) to conduct research titled 'Analysis of the real estate market and household wealth imbalance: Focusing on the convergence approach.' The joint research team, including Professor Ahn, who is in charge of this study, Kim Hyeong-Jun (Dept. of Business Administration) from Yeungnam University, Ryu Du-Jin (Dept. of Economics) from Sungkyunkwan University, Seok Sang-Ik (Dept. of Business Administration) from the University of Ulsan, and Hong Jeong-Eui (School of Management and Economics) of Handong Global University, will carry out the research with a research grant of 400 million won approximately for three years by June 2024. This grant is a rare and large amount for a research project in the humanities and social sciences.The goal of this joint research project is to derive the causes and solutions of problems related to △access to housing finance, disparities in wealth, △deepening disparities between generations, and △disparities between regions through the real estate market. In particular, the team plans to conduct research in a way that has never been attempted before, systematic, and empirical models using machine learning data analysis techniques such as data crawling and agent-based simulation, as well as theories in management and economics. For this, young professors in their 30~40s who majored in applied economics, mathematics, computers, and electronic engineering, as well as majors in business and economics, are the key members to conduct fusion research in the financial and banking field based on artificial intelligence. Through this research, the research team is looking forward to finding ways to consider the underprivileged by diagnosing the effects of housing and financial policies, including suggesting the causes of the housing and asset gap in the process of economic development and countermeasures by comparing national policies. In addition, they expect that this will provide comparative analysis data of overseas policy cases that can be used for real estate policy and investment decision-making.    연구진  안세륭 sahn@pknu.ac.kr  경영대학 회계?재무학전공

Chae Su-Jong | Developed high-capacity silicon (Si)/carbon nanocomposite anode materials that are '5 times stronger than graphite'

PKNU developed high-capacity silicon (Si)/carbon nanocomposite anode materials that are '5 times stronger than graphite'Professor Chae Su-Jong  A silicon/carbon composite anode material with a capacity that is five times higher than that of graphite, which is the existing anode material for next-generation secondary batteries, has been developed and is attracting academia's attention. Pukyong National University announced that a research team led by Professor Chae Su-Jong (Dept. of Industrial Chemistry) has recently developed a high-capacity porous silicon/carbon composite anode material. Professor Chae's research team developed porous silicon with a large specific surface area (surface area per unit volume) of 972 m2/g by forming micrometer (μm)-sized particles of silicon primary particles smaller than 4 nanometers (nm). Porous silicon has a structural advantage in that it can effectively control depletion due to the volume expansion that occurs when lithium is stored. However, when the size of silicon is reduced to a few nanometers or less, there was a problem in that the size of the silicon primary particles easily increases due to the sintering phenomenon (A process in which particles undergo depleting activation and become one united body) or there was a problem of lost in the internal pore (gaps between the particles).Professor Chae's research team went through this problem by making pitch extracted from crude oil (black grounds left after distilling crude oil or coal tar) uniformly soak into the porous silicon. As a result of analysis by the research team with a real-time transmission electron microscope, the pitch existing inside the porous silicon was carbonized and suppressed the sintering of silicon at high temperatures. In addition, this carbonized pitch was found to prevent extreme volume change and depletion of silicon during battery operation. It was confirmed that the developed porous silicon/carbon composite anode material has about five times the capacity of graphite anode material. Especially, in the evaluation of the full cell, it maintained 80% of its initial capacity even after 450 charging and discharging, showing 10 times of the lifespan compared to the porous silicon/carbon composite, which did not overcome the sintering phenomenon. Professor Chae conducted research jointly with Dr. Jason Zhang's research team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in the US, and the results of this research have been published online in the latest issue of , an international journal in the field of materials science.    연구진  채수종 schae@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 에너지소재 및 시스템 연구실

Hwang Geon-Tae | Develops a device that generates and stores electricity by itself in the human body

PKNU develops a device that generates and stores electricity by itself in the human bodyProfessor Hwang Geon-Tae A ‘self-chargeable flexible energy harvesting and storage device’ that can be planted in the human body to generate and store electrical energy with only small movements of muscles has been developed and is attracting public attention.Pukyong National University announced that a research team led by Professor Hwang Geon-Tae (Dept. of Materials Engineering) at Pukyong National University has developed a new concept of energy harvesting & storage integrated device that can produce and store electrical energy by itself in collaboration with a team of Professor Yoon Woon-Ha of Korea Institute of Materials Science, Professor Lee Keon-Jae of KAIST, a team of Professor Ryu Jung-Ho of Yeungnam University, and Professor Park Jung-Hwan of Kumoh National Institute of Technology. Energy harvesting, which has recently built up public attention, is a renewable energy technology that collects wasted energy around us and converts it into useful electrical energy. In this study, his research team implemented a ceramic-based flexible self-charging energy storage system that can efficiently store electrical energy by producing electrical energy with small movements of muscles. The research team improved energy storage efficiency by making nanometer (nm) grains of Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3·PbTiO3(PMN-PT), a ferroelectric ceramic, for effective energy storage and succeeded in allowing the release of stored energy to generate in several hundred nanoseconds. As the system developed this time achieves a much higher energy output density compared to conventional batteries, it is expected that it can be applied to bio-implantable cardiac defibrillators that require a large amount of instantaneous energy. In particular, wearable devices represented by smartwatches are expected to advance into body-attachable and bio-implantable technologies in the future, if the technology developed by the research team is well utilized, smart healthcare that monitors basic health conditions such as heart rate in real-time is expected to be possible. Batteries widely used to power wearable devices have limitations in requiring repeated charging or replacement due to capacity problems. On the contrary, the self-charging energy storage system developed by the research team this time is thin and easily bendable, so it is easy to apply to wearable devices, and it can generate and store electric energy by itself, making it possible to replace or supplement existing batteries. The research was carried out with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea, and the paper 'Flexible Self-Charging, Ultrafast, High-Power Density Ceramic Capacitor System' containing the research results was published in (IF: 23.1), a global energy-related journal recently. Meanwhile, Professor Hwang Geon-Tae is actively conducting research in the field of energy harvesting by publishing his thesis as a corresponding author in the international academic journal (IF: 38.5).    연구진  황건태 gthwang@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 기능성 세라믹 소재 및 소자 연구실

Jay Liu | Develops a ‘Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform’

PKNU develops a ‘Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform’Professor Jay Liu    Pukyong National University is attracting public attention for participating in the development of a Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform based on artificial intelligence (AI). Pukyong National University announced that the university was selected as a home for a new task, the Basic Research Laboratory in the year 2021, by the Ministry of Science and ICT under the supervision of Professor Jay Liu's (Dept. of Chemical Engineering) research team. Pukyong National University, in collaboration with Kyunghee University, Ewha Womans University, Ulsan Technopark, and the Korea Hydrogen Industry Association (KHIA), will receive 1.1 billion won by 2024 to promote the development of a 'Sustainable AI-based Real-Time Dynamic Korean Hydrogen Supply Chain Designing platform'. The goal of this study is to develop a platform that designs an optimization model for the entire hydrogen supply chain, including production, storage, transportation, and supply management in real-time, which has been attracting attention as a next-generation fuel.If this platform is developed, we can derive optimal results online (web) in real-time, it will use data from the entire hydrogen supply chain to determine where to produce and at what scale, how to build a hydrogen production base, how to produce it, what method and route it should be transported, and where the hydrogen charging station should be located. Above all, the development of a web-based platform that utilizes a real-time artificial intelligence-based dynamic hydrogen supply chain design and analyzes supply chain business models is the first research attempted in Korea as well as in the world. In this study, the Pukyong National University's research team plans to develop a Korean hydrogen supply network platform with high-level accuracy to the eup, myeon and dong (neighborhood administrative areas) regions using GIS (Geographical Information System) as a research target in South and North Gyeongsang Province. Jay Liu, the chief professor responsible for the research said, "From the point of view of the revitalization of the hydrogen economy and national energy transition, I think that supply chain design, such as securing and operating the infrastructure for the entire hydrogen supply process, is very important," he added, "I expect that this research will be able to develop an efficient hydrogen technology nurturing policy and investment strategy, and ultimately contribute to the establishment of cost-effective energy conversion policies."    연구진  유준 jayliu@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 지능시스템연구실

Hwang Jae-Yeol | Develops a high-performance 2D thermoelectric thin-film that 'sticks to plastics and glass'

PKNU develops a high-performance 2D thermoelectric thin-film that 'sticks to plastics and glass'Professor Hwang Jae-Yeol    A technology that can transfer a high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric Membrane to semiconductor substrates (wafer), as well as plastic or glass, which is attracting attention as a next-generation energy conversion device, has been developed. Professor Hwang Jae-Yeol (Dept. of Physics) at Pukyong National University, together with Professor Kim Sung-Wng (Department of Energy Science) at SungKyunKwan University, developed a technology that can separate and apply a high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric thin film from a substrate, and recently published their findings in the world-renowned scientific journal (ACS Energy Letters, IF 23.101)>. A Thermoelectric Membrane is a thin film made of thermoelectric material that converts heat into electrical energy. It is a next-generation device that can be applied to wearable devices, the Internet of Things, and smart sensors. Research related to this has been increasing since the recent discovery of excellent properties in 2D thin films. Professor Hwang's research team has developed a technology that can achieve exceptional thermoelectric energy conversion efficiency by growing (forming) a thin film through an epitaxial process (vdWE: spontaneous van der Waals epitaxy), then separating the epitaxial thin-film from the growth substrate without damage and transferring it onto a curved surface or a flat surface.The research team succeeded in transforming a pseudo-morphic Te (tellurium) monolayer on the surface of a sapphire substrate and grown as a BST membrane. At the same time, they made the substrate and the film weakly bond through an epitaxy process using the van der Waals force, an interaction between atoms, and selectively removed this bond using a solvent to maintain the crystal structure while minimizing the loss of physical properties. Professor Hwang said, "Through this research, high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric thin-films, which could only be grown on limited substrates, can be transferred and utilized not only on the substrates but also on various types of materials such as plastics and glass. In this regard, this study suggested the development of a new concept device and the possibility of the new application of the 2D thin-film." "As this research is based on the surface properties of sapphire substrates widely used in semiconductor and electronic fields, I am expecting that various applications of this technology can be applied in the future, and high-performance thin-film energy devices that can be used in wearable devices can be developed," he added.   연구진  황재열 jaeyeol@gmail.com  자연과학대학 스마트소재물성연구실

Lee Dong-In · Kim Jae-Jin | Builds urban weather forecasting application system

PKNU builds urban weather forecasting application systemProfessor Lee Dong-In & Professor Kim Jae-Jin    Pukyong National University is attracting public attention as all three weather forecasting projects developed by the university were selected for the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA)'s 'Meteorology and Climate Convergence Technology for Smart City, 2021' development project. Pukyong National University announced that the university has been selected to be the institute in charge of the research for two projects, and one project as a joint research institute in a contest by the Korea Meteorological Administration. As Pukyong National University has been selected for this project, the university will start research on developing three-dimensional weather analysis and prediction technology centered on cities using advanced technologies, such as the IoT (Internet of Things), and establishing a meteorological observation utilization system with Professor Lee Dong-In and Professor Kim Jae-Jin of the Department of Environmental Atmospheric Sciences as head research professors. Professor Lee Dong-In's research team was named as the leading institution for the 'Research on High-resolution Meteorological Prediction and Application System for Smart City', and the team will receive a total of 1 billion won by 2022 in collaboration with organizations such as Sejong University and The East Co., Ltd. to promote the development of an optimal method for using high-resolution three-dimensional urban weather grid observation data. By proposing a construction scheme for a high-resolution urban weather observation network, the research team plans to increase the efficiency by building a weather observation network in urban areas in Korea and maximizing the utility of smart city meteorological information by standardizing the metadata, which is the IoT urban weather observation data. Particularly, Professor Lee Dong-In's research team will participate in a joint research institute for the research project 'Development of Weather Information Service Technology for Safety and Road Risk of Smart City', the team will receive 360 million won by 2024 to conduct research on the ‘Development for IoT-based High-resolution Extreme Weather Calculating Prototype'. Along with this, Professor Kim Jae-Jin's research team will be in charge of the 'Development of Manufacturing Technology for Meteorological Analysis Field and Forecasting Field for smart cities,' and will receive a total of 1.85 billion won by 2024 in cooperation with Mirae Climate Co., Ltd. and Kongju National University, to develop a high-resolution 3D meteorological analysis field (a combination of weather observations and background values) and forecast field production technology to provide meteorological and combined climate services for smart cities. The research team plans to develop a technology for producing a high-resolution three-dimensional meteorological images on an urban scale and secure a technology to combine it with meteorological ground observation data. If such technology is developed, it is expected to be able to set up countermeasures against meteorological disasters such as strong winds and heat waves in urban areas, and to be used to collect basic data to aid in resolving urban environmental problems such as fine dust.   연구진  이동인 leedi@pknu.ac.kr 김재진 jjkim@pknu.ac.kr  환경·해양대학 환경대기과학과

Park Jeong-Hwan | Development of an eco-friendly system that can simultaneously cultivate eels and grow lettuce using Aquaponics

Development of an eco-friendly system that can simultaneously cultivate eels and grow lettuce using AquaponicsProfessor Park Jeong-Hwan     A research team (Chief Prof. Park Jeong-Hwan, Dept. of Marine Bio-materials & Aquaculture) led by Pukyong National University in Busan announced that it had been selected for the 'Support Project for Resolving Pending Issues in Fisheries' by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF).Pukyong National University, together with joint R&D institutions such as the Advanced Aquaculture Research Center in National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) and Auqa Pro Co., Ltd., will receive 1.78 billion won in support for three years until 2023 to conduct research on 'converging technology development to improve productivity and secure safety of inland water recycling culture'. This research is to develop a fusion expended system that applies the Aquaponics system, an eco-friendly hydroponic farming system, which has recently been attracting attention, to the inland water recycling culture. Aquaponics is a method of using various organic substances such as nitrogen and ammonia contained in water used for culturing fish such as eels as nutrients for hydroponic plants such as lettuce, purifying them, and then using the water as water for cultivating fish. Through this research, the research team plans to develop an automated pre-processing and water quality monitoring and automatic control technology to prevent side effects that may occur when directly connecting the water recycling culture system and the aquaponics system. Pukyong National University, which has been promoting the development of new technologies for key elements of the smart aquaculture system through a pilot study, produces system design and automatic control logic, and the Advanced Aquaculture Research Center in National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) selects candidates for aquaponics and promotes optimization of the aquaponics system. Aqua Pro Co., Ltd. is in charge of system automation, application of the system in the field, and operation of living lab. The Chief Professor Park Jeong-Hwan said, "Through this study, I expect to provide help by resolving the water quality management problem of the inland water recycling culture in an eco-friendly way, the use of disinfectants and antibiotics will be greatly reduced to secure the safety of aquaculture products, and it also helps to improve the profitability of fishermen and farmers by increasing the productivity of aquaponics.“    연구진  박정환 parkj@pknu.ac.kr  수산과학대학 양식시스템연구실

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부경대-부산시-부산일보 손잡았다

부경대-부산시-부산일보, 데이터산업 지·학·언 협약 체결- 18일 부산시청 … 데이터산업 생태계 조성 및 지·학·언 협력 시범사업 추진△ 장영수 총장(왼쪽 세 번째)와 박형준 부산시장, 김진수 부산일보 사장이 기념촬영하고 있다. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) 국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)와 부산광역시(시장 박형준), 부산일보(사장 김진수)가 10월 18일 오후 부산시청 26층 회의실에서 데이터산업 생태계 조성 및 지·학·언 협력 시범사업 추진을 위한 협약(MOU)을 체결했다.장영수 총장과 박형준 시장, 김진수 사장은 이날 협약을 맺고, 상호 협력체계를 구축해 긴밀하게 협력함으로써 부산의 데이터산업 생태계 조성과 데이터기반 디지털 혁신에 기여하기로 했다.이번 협약으로 부산시는 데이터 관련 공공사업과 연계해 대학(원)생이 실무 인턴으로 참여하도록 하고, 부경대는 데이터산업 인력 수요에 대응한 전문인재 양성 및 공급에 나선다. 부산일보는 데이터 수요·공급기업 발굴과 빅데이터 신기술과 관련 정책 소개를 맡는다.각 기관들의 협력사항은 △데이터 기반 디지털 혁신을 위한 유망기업 발굴 육성과 지역 소재 기업의 데이터 수요 발굴 △데이터 분야 지역 인재 양성과 수급 △부산지역 디지털혁신과 데이터산업 생태계 조성을 통한 지역사회 공헌 등이다.이에 따라 부산시는 협약 관련 시범사업인 ‘금융빅데이터센터(플랫폼) 구축사업’과 ‘서비스융복합연구센터 구축사업’을 운영하고, 향후 사업 대상을 부산 지역 전체 대학과 산업으로 확대한다는 계획이다.부경대는 신문방송학과 김정환 교수팀이 부산일보와 함께 ‘지역특화 데이터 저널리즘’ 기획을 추진할 계획이다.장영수 총장은 “강도 높은 교육 프로그램으로 강력한 데이터 인재가 양성되면 부산이 데이터산업 분야에서도 강력한 경쟁력을 갖추게 될 것.”이라고 말했다.△ 협약식 참석자들이 기념촬영하고 있다.△ 협약식 현장.

워커장군추모음악회 개최

부경대 유엔연구소, 제1회 워커장군추모음악회 개최- 10일 저녁 7시 부산문화회관 중극장부경대학교 유엔문화콘텐츠연구소(소장 하봉규)가 유엔의 날(10월 24일)을 앞두고 워커장군(Gen. Walton H. Walker) 추모 제1회 유엔평화음악회를 오는 10월 10일(일) 개최한다.유엔문화콘텐츠연구소와 유엔PEC사회적협동조합, (사)워커장군추모음악회가 공동으로 마련한 이번 음악회는 이날 저녁 7시 부산 남구 유엔평화로 76번길1 부산문화회관 중극장에서 열린다.이번 음악회는 조희주 예술총감독의 지휘로 프랑스 마르세유에서 솔로리스트로 활동했던 부산 출신 황신녕(소프라노)을 비롯, 국제적 명성의 김동섭(바리톤), 피지 출신의 소코(테너) 등이 출연한다.지난해 워커장군 70주기 추도식을 주관했던 유엔문화콘텐츠연구소는 한국의 자유를 위해 희생한 분들과 워커장군을 기리기 위해 지역인사 및 기업인들의 도움을 받아 이번 행사를 기획했다.워커장군은 1950년 6?25전쟁 당시 불과 한 달여 만에 국토의 대부분을 빼앗긴 절체절명의 상황에서 낙동강 방어선(일명 워커라인)을 사수해 인천상륙작전의 교두보를 마련했지만, 3개월 뒤인 12월 23일 수도권 방어를 지휘하던 중 국군트럭과 충돌사고로 유명을 달리한 미8군 사령관이자 한국의 은인이다. 부경대 대연캠퍼스에는 당시 미8군 임시사령부 건물이었던 워커하우스가 자리 잡고 있다.하봉규 소장은 “이번 음악회를 계기로 부산에 위치한 유엔기념공원이나 워커하우스 등 유엔과 관련한 역사적 유산의 의미를 알리고, 이를 활용해 부산과 국제사회의 교류가 확대하는 계기가 되길 바란다.”라고 말했다.△ 워커장군(Gen. Walton H. Walker) 추모 제1회 유엔평화음악회 안내 포스터

경험 포트폴리오 경진대회 열려

부경대, ‘경험 포트폴리오 경진대회’ 개최- 5일 공학1관 다목적홀 △ 경험(역량) 포트폴리오 경진대회 수상자들이 기념촬영하고 있다. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)  부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 9월 5일 오후 공학1관 3층 다목적홀에서 ‘경험(역량) 포트폴리오 경진대회’를 개최했다.부경대 대학일자리센터가 마련한 이 프로그램은 부경대생과 지역청년 등 취업준비생들이 자신의 경험과 역량을 구체적으로 분류 및 점검하고 자기소개서 등에 적용하는 기회를 제공해 성공적인 취업을 돕기 위한 것이다.이날 1차 포트폴리오 심사를 통과한 10명이 참가한 가운데 2차 발표 심사를 거쳐 최종 수상자를 가렸다.이번 경진대회 대상은 문소인 씨(부경대 건축학과 5학년)가 차지했다. 상금은 50만원. 문 씨는 건축학과에서 공부하며 자신의 설계 작품 제작 과정을 비롯, 영어공부, 대외프로그램, 인턴과정 등에서 얻은 경험과 어려움을 극복한 과정 등을 체계적으로 소개해 좋은 평가를 받았다.이어 최우수상은 여인환, 문석민 씨 등 2명이 수상해 각 40만원 상금을 받았고, 우수상은 이혜주, 윤제현, 이지혜 등 3명, 장려상은 백승은, 임명수, 정은영, 박혜지 등 4명이 수상했다.

강준석 동문, 부산항만공사 사장 취임

강준석 동문, 부산항만공사 사장 취임△ 강준석 신임 사장이 취임식을 갖고 있다.   부경대학교 강준석 동문(수산경영학과 80학번)이 9월 30일 부산항만공사(BPA) 신임 사장으로 취임했다.BPA 제7대 사장으로 임명된 강 신임 사장은 이날 오전 공사에서 취임식을 갖고 공식 업무를 시작했다. 임기는 오는 2024년 9월까지 3년이다.강 신임 사장은 이날 취임식에서 “부산항이 글로벌 물류허브로 확고히 자리 잡도록 신항 터미널 운영사 통합을 적극적으로 유도해 항만 운영 효율성을 높일 것.”이라면서, “진해신항 예비타당성 조사와 북항재개발사업, ESG 경영 등을 적극 추진하겠다.”라고 밝혔다.해양수산부 차관을 지낸 강 신임 사장은 1962년 경남 함양출신으로 부경대 수산경영학과를 졸업하고 영국 HULL대학교에서 자원경제학 박사학위를 취득했다.1986년 기술고시(22기)에 합격, 1988년 수산과학원 수산사무관으로 시작해 해양수산부 자원관리과장, 농림수산식품부 어업자원관, 수산정책관, 원양협력관을 거쳐 해양수산부 수산정책실장, 국립수산과학원장, 해양수산부 차관 등을 역임했다.지난 2017년에는 수산자원 기반 구축 및 어업자주권 강화 등 수산업 발전에 기여해 모교의  명예를 높인 공로로 제15회 자랑스러운 부경인상을 수상한 바 있다.

“식량주권 확보 위해 수산업 재건해야”

‘식량위기와 수산업’- 김도훈 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)가 20일자 국제신문 21면에 ‘식량위기와 수산업’이라는 제목으로 해양수산칼럼을 게재했다.김 교수는 “전 세계적으로 식량위기에 대한 우려가 커지고 있다.”라면서, “식량위기는 자연재해나 코로나와 같은 질병위기보다 더 심각한 문제이며, 국가 안보와도 직결된다.”라고 우려했다.그는 “우리나라의 식량자급률은 40%대 수준으로, 식량위기에 아주 취약한 구조를 가지고 있다.”라면서, “수산물 자급률(해조류 제외)은 2019년 기준 약 49%로, 2011년 74% 수준에서 크게 감소하고 있다.”라고 지적했다.특히 국내 해면어업 생산량을 비롯해 양식 어류와 패류 생산량, 원양어업 생산량이 감소함에 따라 수산물 자급률은 더욱 떨어질 것으로 전망했다.김 교수는 “수산물은 우리나라 국민의 건강을 유지하는데 필수적인 동물성 단백질 공급의 30% 이상을 차지하는 중요한 식량자원이다.”라면서, “개별 산업적 차원이 아닌 국가의 안보적 차원에서 식량주권 확보를 위한 수산업 재건이 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.이를 위한 방안으로 △어선의 현대화 및 스마트화 등 연근해어업 혁신 △기후변화에 대응한 양식업 혁신을 통해 지역별·품종별 양식업 육성 △원양산업 재건을 통한 해외 수산자원 확보 △ 중국 불법어업에 대한 적극적 대처와 수산자원 관리를 통한 지속가능한 해면어업 생산 △식품안전성을 기반으로 한 수산물 유통체계의 전환 등에 집중해야한다고 제시했다.▷칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=1700&key=20211020.22021004434

‘파이토케미컬’을 아시나요?

‘건강 지킴이 파이토케미컬에 주목하자’- 정운주 교수, <식품저널>에 칼럼 게재부경대학교 정운주 교수(식품영양학과)의 칼럼 ‘건강 지킴이 파이토케미컬(Phytochemical)에 주목하자’가 <식품저널>에 실렸다.정 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “(파이토케미컬은) 식물이 자연적으로 생성하는 화학물질로, 식물 고유의 색과 독특한 향미를 제공한다. 체내에서 합성되지 않으므로 음식을 통해 섭취해야 하며, 우리의 건강을 유지하고 질병을 예방하는데 중요한 작용을 한다.”라고 소개했다.특히 “이들 물질은 비만 및 비만과 관련된 당뇨병, 심혈관계질환, 이상지질혈증, 비알코올성 지방간 질환 등 다양한 대사증후군에 좋은 효과를 가질 것으로 기대를 모으고 있다.”라고 식품 분야 학계의 동향을 밝혔다.실제로 정 교수 연구팀은 동물실험을 통해 파이토케미컬의 기능성을 입증하고, 생화학적·분자생물학적 분석으로 작용기전을 밝히기 위해 연구하고 있다.정 교수는 “당근·토마토·마늘·땅콩 등 식물성 식품에 널리 분포하고 있는 파라-쿠마릭산(p-Coumaric acid)이 백색지방조직과 간 조직에서 지질 합성을 감소시키고, 지방산 산화를 증가시킴과 동시에 변으로 배설되는 지질 함량을 증가시킴으로써, 체지방을 줄이고, 비만으로 인한 인슐린 저항성·염증반응·이상지질혈증·비알코올성 지방간 등의 다양한 합병증을 개선할 수 있음을 입증했다.”라고 제시했다.이어 “세계적으로 파이토케미컬을 활발하게 연구하고 있지만, 아직 기능이 밝혀지지 않은 것이 많다.”라면서, “지속적으로 과량의 파이토케미컬을 섭취했을 때 나타날 수 있는 장기적 영향이나 부작용이 아직 잘 알려지지 않았으므로 더 많은 연구가 필요하다.”라고 강조했다.

'트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다' 발간

송명희 산문집 『트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다』 발간- 인문학자가 본 트렌드의 의미와 미래 전망송명희 문학평론가(부경대 명예교수)가 에세이집 『트렌드를 읽으면 세상이 보인다』(푸른사상사)를 발간했다.이 책은 문학평론가와 국문학자인 저자가 인문학자로서 코로나19 이후 변화하는 사회를 전망하고 정치사회적?사회문화적 이슈에 반영된 트렌드를 읽어낸 에세이집이다.이 책은 코로나로 인해 변해가는 사회, 미디어에 반영된 메시지, 4차 산업혁명시대를 인문학자로서 통찰한 글들을 △코로나 사회를 성찰하다 △미디어는 메시지다 △일과 놀이의 균형을 찾다 △공정은 위기에 처해 있다 △외로움도 관리해주나요 등 5부에 걸쳐 싣고 있다.저자는 코로나19가 바꾸어버린 세상을 예리하게 분석하고, 번아웃, 위험사회, 가짜뉴스, 부동산 문제, 젠더 갈등, 기후와 환경문제 등을 화두로 우리 사회의 건전성에 대해 성찰하고 대안 사회적 미래를 진단한다.이와 함께 공정사회, 무역전쟁, 남북정상회담, 청년실업 등을 쟁점으로 공정하고 행복한 사회를 향한 고민과 정치사회적 문제들에 관한 논의들을 담아냈고, 4차 산업혁명이 도래한 오늘날 인문학은 어떤 역할을 해야 할지에 대한 고민도 공유한다.송명희 문학평론가는 “이번 에세이집에 실린 글들은 대체로 지금 여기의 현재를 살아가는 실존적 존재로서 정치사회적 이슈들이나 TV나 영화에 반영된 트렌드를 분석하여 그 의미를 읽어내고, 미래지향적 전망을 예측해보려는 태도를 갖고 썼다.”라고 밝혔다.송명희 문학평론가는 1980년 『현대문학』으로 문학평론 활동을 시작했다. 고려대학교 대학원에서 문학박사 학위를 취득했다. 부경대 교수, 부경대 인문사회과학연구소 소장, 한국문학이론과 비평학회 회장, 한국언어문학교육학회 회장 등을 역임했다.『타자의 서사학』 등 문화체육관광부 우수학술도서 4권, 『트랜스내셔널리즘과 재외한인문학』 등 대한민국학술원 우수학술도서 2권, 세종도서 학술부문에 선정된 『다시 살아나라, 김명순』 등 50여 권의 저서와 시집이 있다. 한국비평문학상, 봉생문화상, 부경대학교 학술상, 신곡문학상 대상, 펜문학상 등을 수상했다. 현재 문학예술치료학회 창립회장, 부경대 명예교수이다. 

지역 언론 중요성 전파 ‘활약’

남인용 교수, 지역 언론의 중요성 전파 ‘활약’- 신문기고·방송출연·학회발표 등 활동 잇따라부경대학교 남인용 교수(신문방송학과)가 지역 언론의 역할과 과제, 지원방안 등을 잇달아 강조하며 지역 언론의 중요성을 전파하는 활약을 펼치고 있다.남 교수는 지난 9월 8일 서울 프레스센터에서 열린 한국언론학회의 ‘지역 케이블 채널의 지원과 역할 강화’ 세미나의 발제자로 참가, ‘4차 산업혁명 시대 지역미디어의 역할 정립 및 정책적 지원방안’을 주제로 발표했다.남 교수는 이 발표에서 “케이블TV 지역채널은 방송권역별 세밀한 지역 정보를 제공하는 최적 매체.”라면서, “지역사회 문제 해결 방안을 찾기 위한 지역 여론을 활성화할 수 있다”고 밝혔다.이어 “지역 미디어에 대한 정책 지원은 학문영역에서 보호학문에 대한 지원과 마찬가지로 지역균형 발전을 위한 필수 과업.”이라며 “정부는 케이블TV가 지역 정보 부족을 해소하고 풀뿌리 민주주의 실현과 재난 발생 시 지역주민 생존을 책임질 수 있도록 법·제도 지원을 해야 한다.”라고 말했다.이에 앞서 지난 9월 2일에는 KBS부산의 ‘뉴스7-대담한 K’에 출연, 시청자 주간을 맞아 앵커와 대담 방식으로 KBS부산의 과제를 분석, 제시했다.남 교수는 “(KBS부산이) 지역방송으로서 시청자가 참여하는 방송, 전문가의 데이터를 적극 활용하는 방송을 많이 만들어주길 바란다.”라면서, “관련 분야 교수 등 전문가들이 의견을 제시할 수 있도록 참여를 적극 유도해주길 바란다.”라고 제안했다.또 남 교수는 최근 내일신문에 칼럼 ‘지방분권 앞당길 지역유선방송 지원 조례’를 기고해 지역유선방송 활성화에 대한 기대를 밝혔다.그는 이 칼럼에서 최근 부산광역시의회가 의결한 ‘지역종합유선방송발전지원에 관한 조례’를 소개하며 “이번 조례는 지역방송 지원을 통한 지방분권 실현의 출발점이다.”라면서, “지역종합유선방송발전지원을 통해 나타날 지역방송의 활성화가 지방분권 실현을 앞당길 것으로 기대한다.”라고 했다.

Kwak Min-Seok | Found a way to eliminate the HIV virus beyond suppressing

PKNU found a way to eliminate the HIV virus beyond suppressingProfessor Kwak Min-Seok    For the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), research results showing that the virus can be removed beyond the existing treatment that suppresses the virus is drawing attention from the public. The National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) announced that a research team led by Professor Kwak Min-Seok (Department of Chemistry) of Pukyong National University and Professor Jin Jun-O (Department of Medical Biotechnology) of Yeungnam University has developed nucleic acid nanoparticles that induce immune activity. The core of the research is to activate the immune cells and remove the infected cells by making synthetic nucleic acid molecules that the immune cells of HIV-infected patients will recognize as antigen. When infected with HIV, the immune system gets damaged, making it vulnerable to pathogen entry, so it is most important to remove the virus and restore the damaged immune system. However, current antiviral therapy has limitations in suppressing the virus and restoring and maintaining immune function. The research team planned and synthesized immune-enhancing nucleic acid nanoparticles with a diameter of about 14 nm (nanometer, one billionth of a meter) based on the principle of aggregation of lipid DNA molecules with immune-enhancing sequences bound to lipid nucleic acid groups that can be self-assembled in a spherical shape.These nucleic acid nanoparticles can effectively pass through the cell membrane of the lipid bilayer structure by adding an artificial lipid structure to the nucleic acid having the CpG sequence that stimulates immune cells. In addition, since it has self-assembly properties, it does not require a drug carrier and is characterized by uniformly made small nanostructures in which various lipid nucleic acids are aggregated in a spherical shape. The research team proved the immune cell activation ability and antiviral effect of these nucleic acid nanoparticles through experiments using the blood of HIV-infected patients. As a result, it was shown that the nucleic acid nanoparticles induce the activity of white blood cells in the patient's blood, stimulate the specialized dendritic cells to fight the virus, and secrete a large amount of cytokine protein that can fight the virus. Professor Kwak Min-Seok of Pukyong National University said, "As the nucleic acid nanoparticles developed this time have been confirmed to induce various immune activities for virus treatment, we expect that it can be used as effective treatment for not only HIV but also coronavirus." The research was conducted with support from the mid-level research support project promoted by the Ministry of Science and ICT and the National Research Foundation of Korea, and was published (online) on August 27th in , which is an international academic journal of biomaterials.    연구진  곽민석 mkwak@pukyong.ac.kr  자연과학대학 나노화학혼성재료연구실

Ahn Se-Ryoong | Finding solutions to real estate problems through business economic theory & AI fusion research

PKNU finding solutions to real estate problems through business economic theory & AI fusion researchProfessor Ahn Se-Ryoong    To find the cause and solution of the imbalance in real estate prices, fusion research using artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning data analysis as well as business economic theory is being promoted nationally, attracting public attention. A research team led by Professor Ahn Se-Ryoong of Pukyong National University (Business Administration) announced on September 15th that the research team would be selected as a joint research project for the Humanities and Social Sciences of the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) to conduct research titled 'Analysis of the real estate market and household wealth imbalance: Focusing on the convergence approach.' The joint research team, including Professor Ahn, who is in charge of this study, Kim Hyeong-Jun (Dept. of Business Administration) from Yeungnam University, Ryu Du-Jin (Dept. of Economics) from Sungkyunkwan University, Seok Sang-Ik (Dept. of Business Administration) from the University of Ulsan, and Hong Jeong-Eui (School of Management and Economics) of Handong Global University, will carry out the research with a research grant of 400 million won approximately for three years by June 2024. This grant is a rare and large amount for a research project in the humanities and social sciences.The goal of this joint research project is to derive the causes and solutions of problems related to △access to housing finance, disparities in wealth, △deepening disparities between generations, and △disparities between regions through the real estate market. In particular, the team plans to conduct research in a way that has never been attempted before, systematic, and empirical models using machine learning data analysis techniques such as data crawling and agent-based simulation, as well as theories in management and economics. For this, young professors in their 30~40s who majored in applied economics, mathematics, computers, and electronic engineering, as well as majors in business and economics, are the key members to conduct fusion research in the financial and banking field based on artificial intelligence. Through this research, the research team is looking forward to finding ways to consider the underprivileged by diagnosing the effects of housing and financial policies, including suggesting the causes of the housing and asset gap in the process of economic development and countermeasures by comparing national policies. In addition, they expect that this will provide comparative analysis data of overseas policy cases that can be used for real estate policy and investment decision-making.    연구진  안세륭 sahn@pknu.ac.kr  경영대학 회계?재무학전공

Chae Su-Jong | Developed high-capacity silicon (Si)/carbon nanocomposite anode materials that are '5 times stronger than graphite'

PKNU developed high-capacity silicon (Si)/carbon nanocomposite anode materials that are '5 times stronger than graphite'Professor Chae Su-Jong  A silicon/carbon composite anode material with a capacity that is five times higher than that of graphite, which is the existing anode material for next-generation secondary batteries, has been developed and is attracting academia's attention. Pukyong National University announced that a research team led by Professor Chae Su-Jong (Dept. of Industrial Chemistry) has recently developed a high-capacity porous silicon/carbon composite anode material. Professor Chae's research team developed porous silicon with a large specific surface area (surface area per unit volume) of 972 m2/g by forming micrometer (μm)-sized particles of silicon primary particles smaller than 4 nanometers (nm). Porous silicon has a structural advantage in that it can effectively control depletion due to the volume expansion that occurs when lithium is stored. However, when the size of silicon is reduced to a few nanometers or less, there was a problem in that the size of the silicon primary particles easily increases due to the sintering phenomenon (A process in which particles undergo depleting activation and become one united body) or there was a problem of lost in the internal pore (gaps between the particles).Professor Chae's research team went through this problem by making pitch extracted from crude oil (black grounds left after distilling crude oil or coal tar) uniformly soak into the porous silicon. As a result of analysis by the research team with a real-time transmission electron microscope, the pitch existing inside the porous silicon was carbonized and suppressed the sintering of silicon at high temperatures. In addition, this carbonized pitch was found to prevent extreme volume change and depletion of silicon during battery operation. It was confirmed that the developed porous silicon/carbon composite anode material has about five times the capacity of graphite anode material. Especially, in the evaluation of the full cell, it maintained 80% of its initial capacity even after 450 charging and discharging, showing 10 times of the lifespan compared to the porous silicon/carbon composite, which did not overcome the sintering phenomenon. Professor Chae conducted research jointly with Dr. Jason Zhang's research team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in the US, and the results of this research have been published online in the latest issue of , an international journal in the field of materials science.    연구진  채수종 schae@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 에너지소재 및 시스템 연구실

Hwang Geon-Tae | Develops a device that generates and stores electricity by itself in the human body

PKNU develops a device that generates and stores electricity by itself in the human bodyProfessor Hwang Geon-Tae A ‘self-chargeable flexible energy harvesting and storage device’ that can be planted in the human body to generate and store electrical energy with only small movements of muscles has been developed and is attracting public attention.Pukyong National University announced that a research team led by Professor Hwang Geon-Tae (Dept. of Materials Engineering) at Pukyong National University has developed a new concept of energy harvesting & storage integrated device that can produce and store electrical energy by itself in collaboration with a team of Professor Yoon Woon-Ha of Korea Institute of Materials Science, Professor Lee Keon-Jae of KAIST, a team of Professor Ryu Jung-Ho of Yeungnam University, and Professor Park Jung-Hwan of Kumoh National Institute of Technology. Energy harvesting, which has recently built up public attention, is a renewable energy technology that collects wasted energy around us and converts it into useful electrical energy. In this study, his research team implemented a ceramic-based flexible self-charging energy storage system that can efficiently store electrical energy by producing electrical energy with small movements of muscles. The research team improved energy storage efficiency by making nanometer (nm) grains of Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3·PbTiO3(PMN-PT), a ferroelectric ceramic, for effective energy storage and succeeded in allowing the release of stored energy to generate in several hundred nanoseconds. As the system developed this time achieves a much higher energy output density compared to conventional batteries, it is expected that it can be applied to bio-implantable cardiac defibrillators that require a large amount of instantaneous energy. In particular, wearable devices represented by smartwatches are expected to advance into body-attachable and bio-implantable technologies in the future, if the technology developed by the research team is well utilized, smart healthcare that monitors basic health conditions such as heart rate in real-time is expected to be possible. Batteries widely used to power wearable devices have limitations in requiring repeated charging or replacement due to capacity problems. On the contrary, the self-charging energy storage system developed by the research team this time is thin and easily bendable, so it is easy to apply to wearable devices, and it can generate and store electric energy by itself, making it possible to replace or supplement existing batteries. The research was carried out with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea, and the paper 'Flexible Self-Charging, Ultrafast, High-Power Density Ceramic Capacitor System' containing the research results was published in (IF: 23.1), a global energy-related journal recently. Meanwhile, Professor Hwang Geon-Tae is actively conducting research in the field of energy harvesting by publishing his thesis as a corresponding author in the international academic journal (IF: 38.5).    연구진  황건태 gthwang@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 기능성 세라믹 소재 및 소자 연구실

Jay Liu | Develops a ‘Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform’

PKNU develops a ‘Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform’Professor Jay Liu    Pukyong National University is attracting public attention for participating in the development of a Korean hydrogen supply chain designing platform based on artificial intelligence (AI). Pukyong National University announced that the university was selected as a home for a new task, the Basic Research Laboratory in the year 2021, by the Ministry of Science and ICT under the supervision of Professor Jay Liu's (Dept. of Chemical Engineering) research team. Pukyong National University, in collaboration with Kyunghee University, Ewha Womans University, Ulsan Technopark, and the Korea Hydrogen Industry Association (KHIA), will receive 1.1 billion won by 2024 to promote the development of a 'Sustainable AI-based Real-Time Dynamic Korean Hydrogen Supply Chain Designing platform'. The goal of this study is to develop a platform that designs an optimization model for the entire hydrogen supply chain, including production, storage, transportation, and supply management in real-time, which has been attracting attention as a next-generation fuel.If this platform is developed, we can derive optimal results online (web) in real-time, it will use data from the entire hydrogen supply chain to determine where to produce and at what scale, how to build a hydrogen production base, how to produce it, what method and route it should be transported, and where the hydrogen charging station should be located. Above all, the development of a web-based platform that utilizes a real-time artificial intelligence-based dynamic hydrogen supply chain design and analyzes supply chain business models is the first research attempted in Korea as well as in the world. In this study, the Pukyong National University's research team plans to develop a Korean hydrogen supply network platform with high-level accuracy to the eup, myeon and dong (neighborhood administrative areas) regions using GIS (Geographical Information System) as a research target in South and North Gyeongsang Province. Jay Liu, the chief professor responsible for the research said, "From the point of view of the revitalization of the hydrogen economy and national energy transition, I think that supply chain design, such as securing and operating the infrastructure for the entire hydrogen supply process, is very important," he added, "I expect that this research will be able to develop an efficient hydrogen technology nurturing policy and investment strategy, and ultimately contribute to the establishment of cost-effective energy conversion policies."    연구진  유준 jayliu@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 지능시스템연구실

Hwang Jae-Yeol | Develops a high-performance 2D thermoelectric thin-film that 'sticks to plastics and glass'

PKNU develops a high-performance 2D thermoelectric thin-film that 'sticks to plastics and glass'Professor Hwang Jae-Yeol    A technology that can transfer a high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric Membrane to semiconductor substrates (wafer), as well as plastic or glass, which is attracting attention as a next-generation energy conversion device, has been developed. Professor Hwang Jae-Yeol (Dept. of Physics) at Pukyong National University, together with Professor Kim Sung-Wng (Department of Energy Science) at SungKyunKwan University, developed a technology that can separate and apply a high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric thin film from a substrate, and recently published their findings in the world-renowned scientific journal (ACS Energy Letters, IF 23.101)>. A Thermoelectric Membrane is a thin film made of thermoelectric material that converts heat into electrical energy. It is a next-generation device that can be applied to wearable devices, the Internet of Things, and smart sensors. Research related to this has been increasing since the recent discovery of excellent properties in 2D thin films. Professor Hwang's research team has developed a technology that can achieve exceptional thermoelectric energy conversion efficiency by growing (forming) a thin film through an epitaxial process (vdWE: spontaneous van der Waals epitaxy), then separating the epitaxial thin-film from the growth substrate without damage and transferring it onto a curved surface or a flat surface.The research team succeeded in transforming a pseudo-morphic Te (tellurium) monolayer on the surface of a sapphire substrate and grown as a BST membrane. At the same time, they made the substrate and the film weakly bond through an epitaxy process using the van der Waals force, an interaction between atoms, and selectively removed this bond using a solvent to maintain the crystal structure while minimizing the loss of physical properties. Professor Hwang said, "Through this research, high-performance two-dimensional thermoelectric thin-films, which could only be grown on limited substrates, can be transferred and utilized not only on the substrates but also on various types of materials such as plastics and glass. In this regard, this study suggested the development of a new concept device and the possibility of the new application of the 2D thin-film." "As this research is based on the surface properties of sapphire substrates widely used in semiconductor and electronic fields, I am expecting that various applications of this technology can be applied in the future, and high-performance thin-film energy devices that can be used in wearable devices can be developed," he added.   연구진  황재열 jaeyeol@gmail.com  자연과학대학 스마트소재물성연구실

Lee Dong-In · Kim Jae-Jin | Builds urban weather forecasting application system

PKNU builds urban weather forecasting application systemProfessor Lee Dong-In & Professor Kim Jae-Jin    Pukyong National University is attracting public attention as all three weather forecasting projects developed by the university were selected for the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA)'s 'Meteorology and Climate Convergence Technology for Smart City, 2021' development project. Pukyong National University announced that the university has been selected to be the institute in charge of the research for two projects, and one project as a joint research institute in a contest by the Korea Meteorological Administration. As Pukyong National University has been selected for this project, the university will start research on developing three-dimensional weather analysis and prediction technology centered on cities using advanced technologies, such as the IoT (Internet of Things), and establishing a meteorological observation utilization system with Professor Lee Dong-In and Professor Kim Jae-Jin of the Department of Environmental Atmospheric Sciences as head research professors. Professor Lee Dong-In's research team was named as the leading institution for the 'Research on High-resolution Meteorological Prediction and Application System for Smart City', and the team will receive a total of 1 billion won by 2022 in collaboration with organizations such as Sejong University and The East Co., Ltd. to promote the development of an optimal method for using high-resolution three-dimensional urban weather grid observation data. By proposing a construction scheme for a high-resolution urban weather observation network, the research team plans to increase the efficiency by building a weather observation network in urban areas in Korea and maximizing the utility of smart city meteorological information by standardizing the metadata, which is the IoT urban weather observation data. Particularly, Professor Lee Dong-In's research team will participate in a joint research institute for the research project 'Development of Weather Information Service Technology for Safety and Road Risk of Smart City', the team will receive 360 million won by 2024 to conduct research on the ‘Development for IoT-based High-resolution Extreme Weather Calculating Prototype'. Along with this, Professor Kim Jae-Jin's research team will be in charge of the 'Development of Manufacturing Technology for Meteorological Analysis Field and Forecasting Field for smart cities,' and will receive a total of 1.85 billion won by 2024 in cooperation with Mirae Climate Co., Ltd. and Kongju National University, to develop a high-resolution 3D meteorological analysis field (a combination of weather observations and background values) and forecast field production technology to provide meteorological and combined climate services for smart cities. The research team plans to develop a technology for producing a high-resolution three-dimensional meteorological images on an urban scale and secure a technology to combine it with meteorological ground observation data. If such technology is developed, it is expected to be able to set up countermeasures against meteorological disasters such as strong winds and heat waves in urban areas, and to be used to collect basic data to aid in resolving urban environmental problems such as fine dust.   연구진  이동인 leedi@pknu.ac.kr 김재진 jjkim@pknu.ac.kr  환경·해양대학 환경대기과학과

Park Jeong-Hwan | Development of an eco-friendly system that can simultaneously cultivate eels and grow lettuce using Aquaponics

Development of an eco-friendly system that can simultaneously cultivate eels and grow lettuce using AquaponicsProfessor Park Jeong-Hwan     A research team (Chief Prof. Park Jeong-Hwan, Dept. of Marine Bio-materials & Aquaculture) led by Pukyong National University in Busan announced that it had been selected for the 'Support Project for Resolving Pending Issues in Fisheries' by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF).Pukyong National University, together with joint R&D institutions such as the Advanced Aquaculture Research Center in National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) and Auqa Pro Co., Ltd., will receive 1.78 billion won in support for three years until 2023 to conduct research on 'converging technology development to improve productivity and secure safety of inland water recycling culture'. This research is to develop a fusion expended system that applies the Aquaponics system, an eco-friendly hydroponic farming system, which has recently been attracting attention, to the inland water recycling culture. Aquaponics is a method of using various organic substances such as nitrogen and ammonia contained in water used for culturing fish such as eels as nutrients for hydroponic plants such as lettuce, purifying them, and then using the water as water for cultivating fish. Through this research, the research team plans to develop an automated pre-processing and water quality monitoring and automatic control technology to prevent side effects that may occur when directly connecting the water recycling culture system and the aquaponics system. Pukyong National University, which has been promoting the development of new technologies for key elements of the smart aquaculture system through a pilot study, produces system design and automatic control logic, and the Advanced Aquaculture Research Center in National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) selects candidates for aquaponics and promotes optimization of the aquaponics system. Aqua Pro Co., Ltd. is in charge of system automation, application of the system in the field, and operation of living lab. The Chief Professor Park Jeong-Hwan said, "Through this study, I expect to provide help by resolving the water quality management problem of the inland water recycling culture in an eco-friendly way, the use of disinfectants and antibiotics will be greatly reduced to secure the safety of aquaculture products, and it also helps to improve the profitability of fishermen and farmers by increasing the productivity of aquaponics.“    연구진  박정환 parkj@pknu.ac.kr  수산과학대학 양식시스템연구실