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부경대, 올 상반기 한국연구재단 R&D과제 380억 수주 성과 ‘주목’- 신규 선정 사업비만 380억 … 전년 대비 216억 증가 △ 의공학과의 연구 및 실험실습 공간 '메이커 스페이스' 전경. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)가 2021년 상반기 한국연구재단 주관 국가연구개발사업에서 380억 원의 연구비를 확보하는 성과를 올려 주목을 받고 있다.부경대는 올해 상반기 한국연구재단의 R&D사업 수주액을 집계한 결과 380억 원에 달했다고 6월 21일 밝혔다. 이는 지난해 상반기 한국연구재단 신규 사업 수주액(164억 원)보다 130%(216억 원) 증가한 것으로, 2019년(124억 원)과 비교하면 256억 원 증가한 금액이다.주요 선정사업으로 정원교 교수(의공학과)가 ‘해양바이오닉스융합기술센터’로 이공분야 대학중점연구소지원사업에 선정돼 2030년까지 최대 80여억 원을 지원받는다. ‘나노 및 소재기술개발사업-미래기술연구실’ 사업에는 박성흠 교수(물리학과)를 책임교수로 한 연구 컨소시엄이 선정돼 47여억 원을 지원받고, 유준 교수(화학공학과)가 ‘기초연구실지원사업’에 선정돼 2024년까지 총 11억 원을 지원받는다.특히 부경대는 한국연구재단 개인 연구과제 분야에서 강세를 보였다. ‘이공분야개인기초연구 기본연구사업‘에서 총 29개 과제가 선정되는 등 높은 기관 선정률(85.3%)을 기록했다. 이는 국공립대학 중 서울대, 부산대에 이어 5위에 해당하는 성과다.부경대는 올해 국가연구개발사업 수주가 큰 폭으로 증가한 원인으로 연구자의 적극적인 연구 참여를 독려한 부경대 학술연구 진흥사업의 성과를 꼽았다.부경대는 연구자의 연구 활동 활성화를 위해 ‘우수 논문 게재료’와 ‘우수 논문 영문서비스’ 등 다양한 연구지원사업을 운영 중이며, 특히 신진연구자의 연구 의욕을 높이고 연구 환경 조성에 기여하기 위해 ‘신임교수 학술연구 지원사업’을 운영하고 있다.이와 함께 ’Post-Doc. 지원사업’을 통해 우수 연구 인력을 유치, 신진교원과 연계해 연구성과 향상을 유도하고, 연구자의 적극적인 연구 사업 신청 활성화를 위해 ‘사업신청준비금 지원사업’ 운영, ‘챌린징 리서치그룹 지원사업’을 통해 대학 특화 연구 분야를 집중 지원한다.연구자 중심 행정서비스를 제공하기 위해 메신저 어플리케이션을 이용, 연구자와 실시간 소통하는 ‘R&D 똑똑서비스’ 같은 차별화된 행정지원의 효과도 톡톡히 봤다는 평가다.부경대 장영수 총장은 “이러한 성과를 기반으로 구성원 간 협력을 통해 부경대가 연구중심대학으로 도약하는 체계를 마련하기 위해 더욱 노력하겠다.”라고 말했다. <부경투데이>

부경대 연구실 25시 | 필드로보틱스연구실

기계시스템공학과 서진호 교수 필드로보틱스연구실“현장에 쓰이는 필드로봇 개발 등 기술 상용화에 전념”△ 서진호 교수 ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) 4차 산업시대의 핵심 기술 중 하나로 주목받고 있는 로봇 관련 기술개발의 중심에 선 연구실이 주목받고 있다. 서진호 교수(기계시스템공학과)가 이끌고 있는 부경대학교 공과대학의 ‘필드로보틱스연구실’이 바로 그곳이다. 서 교수 연구팀은 최근 해양수산부의 ‘2021년도 수산물 신선유통 스마트 기술개발사업’ 주관기관으로 선정되며 이목을 끌었다. 사업비는 5년간 121억 원에 이른다. 이 사업으로 추진하는 과제인 ‘수산식품 스마트가공 기술개발’ 역시 로봇과 인공지능(AI)이 핵심 키워드다. 전통적인 노동집약산업인 수산식품 가공 분야에 로봇과 AI를 적용해 스마트 자동화 생산시스템을 개발하는 것. 이에 따라 서 교수 연구팀은 수산물, 그 중에서도 김과 굴, 어묵을 대상으로 △전처리, 선별, 가공, 포장 등 생산핵심공정 자동화 시스템 △지능정보 기반 데이터 관리 및 스마트 검사 시스템 △자율인지형 스마트 공정제어 시스템 개발에 나선다. 서 교수는 “상용화야말로 연구의 가장 중요한 목적 중 하나라고 생각한다. 최고의 기술이 제품이 되는 것이 아니라 제품이 될 수 있는 기술이 최고라는 생각으로 실험실용 로봇이 아닌, 현장에서 쓰이는 로봇을 만들기 위해 연구에 집중하고 있다.”라고 말했다. 이 같은 의지는 그의 전공과 연구 분야에 여실히 드러난다. 그의 전공은 필드(재난·해양) 로봇 개발 중심으로 다양한 로봇 메커니즘 및 시스템통합제어 분야다. 재난대응로봇 기술개발, 수중로봇 및 스마트양식 기술개발, 필드로봇 원천/핵심 기술개발 등이 연구 분야다. 필드로봇이란 가정용 및 일반적 서비스로봇을 제외한 광범위하고 유망한 분야의 로봇이다. 주로 국방, 농업, 사회안전 등에서 실제적 현장 환경에 활용되는 로봇이라고 할 수 있으며, 사람들이 할 수 없거나 하기 어려운 일들을 대신해 주고 있으며 재난환경 등의 극한 환경에서 스스로 작업하는 로봇 등이 그것이다. 필드로봇 분야에서 서 교수의 활약은 단연 독보적이다. 그는 한국로봇융합연구원 선임연구본부장과 안전로봇사업단장에 이어 포스코 기술연구원 POSROBOT팀 연구원, 포항공과대학교 기계공학과 겸직교수, 미래창조과학부 미래성장동력 지능형로봇추진단장을 역임하고 지난 2018년 부경대 기계시스템공학과 교수로 부임했다. 그는 이 같은 역량을 바탕으로 현재 이번 해수부 사업뿐만 아니라 △협소공간 탐색로봇 기술개발(산자부) △재난안전로봇 현장활용지원 기술개발(행안부) △원격이동형 측정로봇 및 운영 기술개발(과기부) △수중글라이더 진수/회수 장치개발(해수부) 등 로봇 관련 굵직굵직한 정부사업들을 수행하고 있다. 서 교수는 “학생들이 연구역량을 키우고, 연구에 집중할 수 있는 환경을 만들기 위해서는 연구실에 맞는 지원 사업을 가져오는 것이 아주 중요하다. 마치 시험의 출제의도를 분석하듯이 과제를 분석해 지원하는 등 전략적으로 접근해 좋은 성과를 거둔 것 같다.”라고 말했다. 서 교수의 연구실 운영과 성과를 위한 의욕은 상당하다. 연구실 슬로건으로 ‘팀워크와 열정으로 목표를 향한 항해’를 내걸고 지원에 나서고 있다. 연구비 지원은 물론, 국내외를 가리지 않고 학회, 세미나, 교육 등에 최대한 참석하도록 독려하고 있다. 연구능력을 키울 수 있다면 학생들이 다른 대학 연구실에서도 연구할 수 있도록 직접 자리를 알아본다. 그는 “공학도들이라면 기업에 취업하기보다는 아이디어와 기술을 활용해 직접 창업하길 바라는 마음이다. 우리 연구실에서도 학생들이 현장에 활용될 수 있는 상품을 만들 수 있는 역량을 키우도록 항상 강조하고 있다.”라고 밝혔다. 서 교수는 지난해 직접 교원창업기업 팍스테크(PaxTech)를 설립해 대표이사로도 활약하고 있다. 이 기업은 해양 분야에 사용되는 센서를 제작 판매하는 1인 기업이다. 물고기에 부착해 이동경로 등 각종 정보를 수집하는 센서가 주력상품인데, 해양 관련 연구기관 등이 주 수요처다. 기존 제품들은 해외에서 수입해 고가인데 반해 서 교수의 제품은 그 절반 가격에도 우수한 성능을 내는 것으로 나타나 수요가 늘고 있으며, 향후 직접 수행한 연구개발 결과물들을 상용화 및 제품화해 ‘선주문 후생산’ 형태로 전문 서비스로봇 기술기업으로 성장시키기 위해 노력하고 있다. 서 교수는 대학에서의 교육과 연구뿐만 아니라 대외활동도 활발하다. 그의 로봇 분야 연구역량과 지식, 경험을 찾는 곳이 많다. 대통령 직속 기구인 과학기술정보통신부 국가과학기술자문회의(심의회의) ICT융합전문위원회 전문위원을 비롯해 행안부 재난안전연구개발사업 심의위원, 산자부 산업기술보호전문위원회 로봇분과 위원장, 과기정통부 기계제조분야 기술수준평가 위원, 경찰청 다부처 위해기체 대응사업 추진위원, 전략물자관리원 기술위원 등으로 활약하고 있다. 정부부처의 위원회뿐만 아니라 한국동력기계공학회 부회장, 한국해양공학회 한국수중수상로봇기술연구회 이사, 한국로봇학회 재난안전로봇연구회 회장, 한국정밀공학회 로봇제어자동화부문 회장, 한국로봇융합연구원 이사회 선임직 이사, 한국로봇산업협회 지능형로봇표준포럼 위원 등 학회와 연구원에서도 그의 존재가 두드러진다.  그는 “시대와 함께 나아갈 수 있는 기술을 개발하고, 연구실 학생들이 연구 분야의 미래에 확신을 가질 수 있도록 연구하고 지원하며 연구실을 운영해나갈 계획이다. 특히 현장과 소통하는 실질적인 산학협력을 통해 기술이전도 적극 나서며 학교의 발전에도 보탬이 되고 싶다.”라고 밝혔다. <부경투데이>

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오픈이노베이션 산학연 세미나 열려

부경대, ‘동남권 오픈이노베이션 활성화’ 산학연 세미나 개최- 23일 부경대 오픈콜라보랩 △ PKNU 2021 산학연계 세미나 전경. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 6월 23일 오후 용당캠퍼스 오픈콜라보랩 1층에서 ‘동남권 오픈이노베이션 활성화를 위한 산·학·연 발전방안’을 주제로 PKNU 2021 산학연계 세미나를 개최했다.이번 행사는 부경대 링크플러스사업단(단장 서용철)과 MADEC마린디자이니어링교육연구단(단장 조정형)이 공동으로 오픈이노베이션을 통한 혁신성과 확보 방안과 대학이 중심이 되는 지역사회문제해결 방안 마련, 동남권 지역의 혁신기업 양성 및 비즈니스 인큐베이팅 확산을 위해 마련했다.이날 스타트허브(주) 김철훈 대표의 ‘오픈이노베이션 소개’를 비롯, 부경대 기술경영전문대학원 옥영석 교수의 ‘오픈이노베이션 활용 및 기대’, 부경대 MAEDC마린디자이니어링교육연구단장 조정형 공업디자인학과 교수의 ‘디자인 오픈이노베이션’ 등 주제발표와 토론이 열렸다.주제발표에서 옥영석 교수는 스타트업 지원을 위한 오픈이노베이션 플랫폼 설계 방안을 제시하고, 조정형 교수는 디자인전략을 스타트업에 접목할 수 있는 오픈이노베이션 전략을 제시했다. 

'해역인문학' 들고 부산 청소년 찾는다

부경대, 찾아가는 ‘청소년 해역인문학’ 펼친다- 초·중등학생 대상 … 연구원·동화작가 등 바다 전문가 강연 제공국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)가 부산 지역 초·중등학생을 대상으로 바다에 인문학을 접목시킨 이색 강연 ‘청소년 해역인문학’ 프로그램을 연다고 6월 22일 밝혔다.부경대 인문한국플러스(HK+)사업단(단장 손동주)은 오는 7월 2일부터 9일까지 부산 대동중학교와 청동초등학교를 직접 찾아 ‘2021년 청소년 해역인문학 강연-동북아 해양문화와 인문학의 만남’ 프로그램을 진행한다.이 프로그램은 부경대 HK+사업단이 부산을 비롯한 동북아해역의 역사와 문화, 해양환경 등 강연을 통해 바다를 이해하고, 바다에 대한 친근함과 인문학적 가치를 알리기 위해 마련한 것이다.부경대 HK+사업단이 이번에 마련한 특별 강의에는 부경대 교수와 연구진을 비롯, 지역 연구기관의 연구원, 동화작가, 기업인 등 다양한 분야의 전문가들이 강사로 나서 이색 강연을 펼친다.‘돈가스에 담긴 교류와 융합의 역사’(공미희·부경대 HK연구교수)를 비롯, ‘극지 해양, 영하에서 생존하기’(김학준·부경대 화학과 교수), ‘푸른 바다거북은 어쩌다 비닐을 삼켰을까?’(이상미·동화작가), ‘드론으로 보는 하늘과 물속 세상’(장선웅·(주)아이렘기술개발 대표이사), ‘알쏭달쏭 해양생물 이야기’(오현주·국립수산과학원 연구원) 등 흥미진진한 이야기들이 선보인다.부경대 HK+사업단 손동주 단장은 “부산 청소년들을 위해 무료로 마련한 이번 프로그램이 바다와 인문학을 주제로 소통하는 방법을 공유하는 유익한 시간이 되길 바란다.”라고 말했다.△ 청소년 해역인문학 프로그램 포스터 

글로벌지역학연구소 4차 콜로키움 열려

부경대, ‘4차 환태평양 콜로키움’ 개최- 부산연구원 오재환 실장 초청강연 ‘해양도시 부산, 도시비전과 과제’ 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소(소장 박상현·국제지역학부 교수)가 6월 17일 오후 인문사회·경영관 5층 커뮤니티홀에서 ‘환태평양 해양도시의 개방성과 포용성’을 주제로 4차 환태평양 콜로키움(Trans-Pacific Dialogue)을 개최했다.    이날 행사에서는 부산연구원 사회·문화연구실장이자 부산학연구센터장인 오재환 박사의 ‘해양도시 부산, 도시비전과 과제’ 초청강연과 토론이 온·오프라인 방식으로 진행됐다.    문화와 여가산업, 사회조사분석 분야 전문가인 오재환 박사는 이날 강연에서 변화의 시대를 맞은 도시 부산의 현재를 진단하고, 부산의 미래 방향과 글로벌 해양도시로서의 부산의 과제 그리고 시민 행복의 도시 부산에 대한 구상을 밝혔다.    그는 인구감소, 저출산·고령화, 사회문제 등 도시 전환기에 직면한 부산의 상황을 밝히고, 부산의 미래방향을 사람 중심의 행복도시, ‘뉴 휴먼 시티’로 제시했다.    특히 그는 외국인 주민과 관광객 증가에 대비해 해양도시 부산이 포용도시를 추구하며 다문화 사회로의 변화에 대한 대응이 필요하다고 분석하고, 2030 부산 세계EXPO를 통해 동북아해양수도로 도약하는 기회로 활용할 것을 강조했다.    박상현 부경대 글로벌지역학연구소장은 “이번 콜로키움은 해양도시 부산의 과거와 현재, 미래까지 고찰할 수 있었다는 점에서 의의가 있다.”라면서, “앞으로도 이 같은 학술행사를 통해 부산이 환태평양 중심 해양도시로 발전할 수 있는 방안을 모색할 계획이다.”라고 말했다.    한편 부경대 글로벌지역학연구소는 지난해 한국연구재단 인문사회연구소 지원사업(2020~2026년)에 선정돼 ‘메가-지역으로서 환태평양 다중문명의 평화적 공진화’ 연구를 수행 중이며, 올해 1차부터 이번 4차 콜로키움에 이어 해마다 5회 이상 콜로키움을 개최해 환태평양 해양도시 연구를 선도할 계획이다.

진정한 부산지역 활성화를 위해

‘미래 교육 대개조안 제대로 설계해야’- 남송우 명예교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재부경대학교 남송우 명예교수의 칼럼 ‘미래 교육 대개조안 제대로 설계해야’가 4월 29일 국제신문에 실렸다.남 교수는 이날 국제신문 22면 ‘세상읽기’ 코너에 실린 이 칼럼에서 부산 지역 미래 교육에 대한 우려와 함께 대응 방안을 제시했다.그는 “한국교육개발원(KEDI)이 그동안 수행해온 ‘학령인구 감소에 따른 한계대학 대응 방안 연구’ 보고서를 내놓았다.”라면서, “이러한 한계대학 대응 방안 연구는 소 잃는 것을 바라보며 외양간을 고치는 감이 있다. 그뿐만 아니라 이 안의 실행으로 지역대학, 나아가 지역 교육의 미래를 제대로 담보할 수 있을지도 의문이다.”라고 지적했다.이어 부산대와 부산교대의 통합논의, 부산시교육청의 고교-대학-교육청 실무협의 등 현재 추진되고 있는 각종 대응 상황을 제시하며, “문제는 이런 수위의 실무협의회를 통해서 부산지역 미래 인재 육성이 어느 정도 실효성을 거둘 수 있겠느냐는 점이다.”라고 우려했다. 남 교수는 지역 미래 교육의 대개조안을 실현하기 위한 방안으로 “전방위적인 지역의 모든 집단지성의 협의체가 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.그는 “가칭 ‘부산지역 미래 인재교육연구단’을 새롭게 구성할 필요가 있다. 여기에는 교육청 산하 유치, 초·중·고 학교 관련 실무자와 함께 지역의 국·사립대학 전문가, 지역의 다양한 산업체 대표, 관련 지자체 기관 실무자, 그리고 가장 중요한 교육 수요자인 학부모 단체와 학생들이 함께 하는 조직체를 만들어야 한다.”라고 제안했다. ▷칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)

日방사능 오염수 방류 대응 방안은?

‘안전한 수산물 소비 위한 만반의 준비’- 김도훈 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재 부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)의 칼럼 ‘안전한 수산물 소비 위한 만반의 준비’가 28일 국제신문 21면에 게재됐다.김 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “최근 우리나라 수산업의 가장 큰 이슈는 수산물 안전성 강화이다.”라며 안전한 수산물 소비를 위한 우리의 적극적인 대응을 역설했다.그는 “(일본 후쿠시마 원전) 오염수가 방류될 경우 200종이 넘는 방사성 물질들이 배출되고, 아무리 희석한다고 하더라고 스트론튬 세슘 삼중수소 등의 방사성 물질이 남아 있을 가능성이 높은 것으로 알려졌다.”라고 지적하며, “원천적으로 방사능 오염수가 해양으로 방류되지 않도록 하는 국제적인 동조 및 요구가 선행되어야 한다.”라고 강조했다.특히 김 교수는 “일본의 방사능 오염수 방류 결정에 따라 수산물 섭취에 대한 두려움이 커지고 있다.”라면서 “지난 2013년 일본 원전의 방사능 오염수 유출 사고 이후 대부분의 국내 소비자들이 수산물 소비를 줄인 것으로 나타났다.”라며 수산물 소비에 미치는 파장을 우려했다.그는 국내 수산업의 영향을 최소화하기 위한 방안으로 △우리나라 해역에 대한 방사성 물질 유입 관리 △국내산 및 수입산 수산물에 대한 검사와 이력추적 관리 △수입수산물에 대한 원산지 관리 등을 강화하고, 정확한 정보를 투명하고 알기 쉽게 제공할 것을 주문했다.이어 “최악의 경우 약 2년 후에는 실질적으로 일본 방사능 오염수가 방류될 예정이다. 남아있는 기간은 향후 우리나라 해양환경 및 수산업의 보호를 위한 아주 중요한 시간임을 인식하고, 안전한 소비를 위한 수산물 안전성 강화에 만전을 기해야 할 것이다.”라고 주장했다. ▷칼럼 전문 읽기(클릭!)

‘글꼴 전문가’로 다큐 출연

홍동식 교수, ‘글꼴 전문가’로 다큐 출연- 유튜브 ‘도시, 반하다’ 채널에도 영상 탑재부경대학교 홍동식 교수(시각디자인학과)가 도시의 글꼴 디자인을 주제로 한 다큐멘터리 방송에 글꼴(타이포그래피) 전문가로 출연했다.홍 교수는 서울경기케이블TV가 제작한 방송 프로그램 ‘글꼴, 도시를 디자인하다’에서 국내외 글꼴 전문가들과 함께 출연해 전문적인 분석과 견해를 제시했다.과학기술정보통신부 방송통신발전기금의 지원으로 제작된 이 방송은 부산과 서울, 제주 등 우리나라 각 지역의 글꼴과 영국, 일본 등 세계 각국의 글꼴 디자인을 소개하고, 글꼴이 도시경관에서 중요한 비중을 차지하고 있다고 안내한다.홍 교수는 이 방송에서 “한국과 일본 중국에서 지자체 글꼴을 열심히 만들고 있다. 지자체를 알리는 굉장히 고무적이고 긍정적인 효과.”라고 평가했다. 이어 “부산체가 만들어진 게 벌써 20년 가까이 됐다. 부산의 새로운 글꼴은 부산체라는 기본을 두면서 부산의 정체성을 가진 글꼴이 되면 좋겠다.”라고 밝혔다.이 방송 영상은 유튜브 ‘도시, 반하다’ 채널에도 탑재돼 공개되고 있다.(https://youtu.be/H0C8-7r21Iw)한편 홍 교수는 부산의 글꼴을 수집 분석한 책 「글꼴을 보다, 부산을 읽다」 발간을 비롯해 부산문화재단과 포항문화재단과 CI, 부산예술인복지지원센터 상징 등을 디자인하고, (사)부산디자인협회 이사장을 역임하는 등 글꼴 분야 전문가로 활약하고 있다.

Liu Jay | Research on the prospects for the world's hydrogen economy

Research on the prospects for the world's hydrogen economyProfessor Liu Jay    Research results that discover the prospect of the world's hydrogen economy through product space analysis are attracting public attention.It is the paper ‘Availability, versatility, and viability of feedstocks for hydrogen production: Product space perspective’ published by the research team of Professor Liu Jay (Department of Chemical Engineering) of Pukyong National University and Professor Lee Moon-Yong (Department of Chemical Engineering) of Yeungnam University.In this paper, Professor Liu's research team attracted attention by presenting the research results of analyzing the international availability, versatility, and viability of feedstocks for hydrogen production for the world's hydrogen economy.The research team identified and analyzed potential feedstocks for hydrogen production from around the world using a product space model that describes a network of exportable products based on product similarity.According to this paper, natural gas, coal, and electricity were found as feedstocks for hydrogen with high export potential in the global market. Among them, it was found that it is more beneficial to use hydrogen for domestic production rather than export because of the low income potential except for natural gas. At the same time, the countries with the highest hydrogen export advancement index were the United States, France, and Sweden.Professor Liu said, "When establishing policies or investment strategies from the perspective of the government or enterprises, taking a broad view is very important. I have high hopes that this research will help accelerate the successful realization of the hydrogen economy."This study was published in the international scientific journal (IF=12.110) No. 145. This journal is a world-class journal ranked 4th in the Engineering & Computer Science Society rankings released this year by Google Scholar.        연구진  유준 jayliu@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 지능시스템연구실

Eom Young-Ho | Developed the world's strongest self-healing new material

Developed the world's strongest self-healing new material Professor Eom Young-HoResearchers in Korea, including Pukyong National University, have developed the world's strongest self-healing new material and are attracting national media attention.Yonhap News, YTN, Dong-A Science, and other national media reported on May 10th that the joint research team of Pukyong National University and the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT) developed a new self-healing material with the world's strongest mechanical strength.Professor Eom Young-Ho of the Department of Polymer Engineering at Pukyong National University (photo, left) and his research team conducted joint research with Oh Dong-Yeop, Park Je-Young, and Hwang Seong-Yeon, who are from a research team from the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology. Together they developed a material that is as tough as a shoe outsole while having self-healing capabilities that recovers itself even if it is cut at room temperature.Self-healing material refers to an intelligent material that allows polymers damaged by the external environment to detect defects independently, restore their structure, and return to their original functions. The material developed this time was found to have the highest mechanical strength among the self-healing materials developed so far.The research team succeeded in developing it using a special carbonate compound in the basic build of thermoplastic polyurethane, an existing commercial material. When an external force impacts it, the material's molecular bonds become solid in an instant and turn into a hard crystal so that it protects itself from impact. After impact, it returns to a soft state in which molecules are free to move and recovers the damage by itself.Existing self-healing materials have a limitation in that the tensile strength is weak because they use a soft material to move molecules freely. The newly developed material is found to have a tensile strength of 43 MPa or more, hardens between solid and jelly states depending on the strength of external pressure, controls the absorption of shock, and recovers damage by itself. It is 6 times better than the material developed by the research team in 2018 and 20~30MPa stronger than the material developed by the University of Tokyo or the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN) in Japan.As a result of analyzing the physical properties of this material, Prof. Eom Young-Ho's research team found that it was advantageous in molding into various shapes due to its low The research results were published in the January issue of Nature Communications, an international academic journal. 연구진엄영호 교수 eomyh@pknu.ac.kr공과대학 고분자물성설계연구실

Cho Sueng-mok | Launched snack with 54 % pollack content

Launched snack with 54 % pollack contentProfessor Cho Sueng-mok It is a hot topic that the technology for manufacturing pollack snacks developed by a university professor has been released as an actual product after SMEs received the technology transfer. This is the 'Badasori Fish Pop' released by Sunhae F&S (CEO Sim Ui-heon, Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do), a small and medium-sized business in the marine product sector. This snack was developed by the research team of Professor Cho Sueng-mok's (Dept. of Food Science and Technology) at Pukyong National University as part of the research project of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (development and commercialization of processed traditional fishery foods considering the characteristics of each sea). Since the snack was released in earnest in February, reviews have been continued on social media and are getting word of mouth. Launched in three types of tastes, seaweed, cheese, and consomme, this product is attracting attention as a nutritious snack with high nutrition and flavory taste. This snack attracts attention because it is a high-protein product with fully 54 % of pollack, the raw material. In the case of a shrimp snack currently on sale, considering that the shrimp content is 8.5 %, this is a very high proportion. Even though it has a high content of pollack, it does not have a strong fish taste, and the texture is the same as that of a well-known crunchy snack that does not feel like a grilled fish jerky or dry fish. Professor Cho said, "Unlike other snacks, we applied a technology that uses rice flour, not flour or starch, to create a two-layer structure to create a crunchy texture." Professor Cho is an expert in the field of aquatic processing and food chemistry, and is conducting research on customized health functional foods, research on the development and commercialization of processed aquatic foods, and research into functional materials of useful ingredients derived from seafood. He said, "So far, marine products have a low proportion in the snack market compared to agricultural products. Following this study, which suggested the possibility of developing applied premium products using fish, we plan to continue research on the use of various marine products." 연구진 조승목 교수 scho@pknu.ac.kr수산과학대학 식품화학실험실

Lee Bo-ram | Paper on <Nature> - Presenting the result of improving the efficiency and stability of 'PeLED’

Paper on [nature] - Presenting the result of improving the efficiency and stability of 'PeLED’Professor Lee Bo-ramThe National Research Foundation of Korea announced on March 11 that the paper 'Ligand-engineered bandgap stability in mixed-halide perovskite LEDs' by Professor Lee Bo-ram (Department of Physics) at Pukyong National University had been published in the international journal . This paper is attracting attention by presenting the result of greatly improving the luminous efficiency and color stability of the Perovskite Light-Emitting Device (PeLED), which is emerging as a next-generation display following the organic light-emitting device (OLED). Prof. Lee has significantly improved the external quantum efficiency from 4.1% to 20.3% in this study conducted with international joint research teams at Oxford University in the UK, Cambridge University, the University of Oregon, and includes Pukyong National University and UNIST in Korea, it succeeded in developing red PeLED, which also secured high color stability. Perovskite nanocrystals from which surface defects were removed through ligand treatment showed 1.5 times higher luminous efficiency (photoluminescence quantum efficiency) than nanocrystals with surface defects, and when nanocrystals were applied to a light emitting elements, the external quantum efficiency was found to be greatly improved from 4.1% to 20.3%. In addition, the ligand-treated perovskite nanocrystalline light emitting display showed high color stability with a constant emission spectrum when the device was activated. Professor Lee said, "Through this research, we expect that the commercialization of PeLED will be accelerated to enable more realistic colors and realistic expressions required in the increasingly developing VR and AR fields as well as in displays such as TVs." Professor Lee, who was appointed as a professor of the Department of Physics at Pukyong National University in 2017, has published more than 40 SCI-level papers after his appointment. Among them, he has published articles such as , , , , as corresponding authors in eminent international journals. Currently, Professor Lee is actively conducting research activities with a total of 70 SCI papers related to research on optoelectronic devices such as light emitting displays and solar cells. He received a bachelor's degree from Ulsan University and a doctorate from UNIST.연구진  이보람 교수 brlee@pknu.ac.kr자연과학대학 유무기 하이브리드 광전자 소재 및 소자 실험실

Park Sung-heum | Focus on technology preoccupation and localization of core materials related to the 4th industrial revolution

Focus on technology preoccupation and localization of core materials related to the 4th industrial revolution Professor Park Sung-heum Research achievements led by Professor Park Sung-heum (Dept. of physics) of Pukyong National University were largely introduced on a science portal, Dong-A Science. Dong-A Science took a closer look at the research team of Professor Park Seong-heum at Physics of Pukyong National University with an article titled "The Revolution of Materials Begins from the Boundary of Academia" in the series of dated 17th of February. The article introduced, "The research team of Professor Park Sung-heum of the Department of Physics at Pukyong National University is focusing on designing various organic molecules that can be applied to the interface between solar cells and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). It continued, “The research team (of Professor Park) applied their years of experience in molecular design to the development of filter materials that were only imported from abroad. As a result, they developed a material that absorbs light with a wavelength of 704nm, which is closer to visible light than the world's best material that absorbs light with a wavelength of 705nm." The article stated, "This filter material, developed entirely with domestic technology, is meaningful in that it preoccupied the core material technology used in the main industries of the 4th industrial revolution and localized the material," it added, "In 2019, in the situation of Japan restricted the export of semiconductors and display materials, making filter materials with domestic technology could cut the manufacturing cost of filters in half." Meanwhile, Professor Park received the Busan Science and Technology Award in 2019 from the Federation of Busan Science and Technology (FOBST) in recognition of his research achievements in optoelectronic devices utilizing new organic materials. He has published 81 pieces of research papers on organic materials and optoelectronic devices that utilize them for the last five years, including the development of organic-inorganic hybrid laminated solar cells that can dramatically improve the efficiency of floating solar cells. He has been highly praised for his research achievements by applicating and registering many domestic and foreign patents related to his research.   연구진   박성흠  spark@pknu.ac.kr   자연과학대학 광전자소자물리 연구실

Noh Young-min | Invented a LiDAR system that monitors and scans fine dust in real-time

Invented a LiDAR system that monitors and scans fine dust in real-timeProfessor Noh Young-min A system that can observe fine dust in the atmosphere in real time has been developed and it attract the public’s attention. It is the ’High-Resolution Scanning LiDAR System for Monitoring the Distribution of Fine Dust’ developed by the research team of Professor Noh Young-Min (Combined Departments of Environmental Engineering) at Pukyong National University. This system introduces a scanning method to LiDAR technology, and it is a system that can calculates the measured value by dividing the mass concentration of fine dust into PM10 (fine dust) and PM2.5 (extra-fine dust) with a high resolution of 30 m in an observation area with a radius of 5 km. LiDAR is a remote sensing technology that detects the concentration and distance information of the target material we want to observe through the method of irradiating a laser. The research team of Prof. Noh Young-min of Pukyong National University developed this system in collaboration with Hanbat National University and Samwoo TCS Co., Ltd. with the Grant & Alliance (R&D) Project Team (Jo Dae-Hyeon, Team Leader) under Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA), Siheung City, and the Advanced Institute of Convergence Technology.The research team installed this system in Siheung, Gyeonggi-do from September last year to perform observations, and successfully demonstrated by visualizing and expressing the high-resolution mass concentration distribution map of fine dust that could not be provided by the existing air pollution measurement network. The Ministry of Environment has excellently evaluated the system’s ability to detect the spatial distribution map of fine dust and decided to operate a test project for monitoring illegal incineration in rural areas by installing the system in Jeonbuk during the 2nd seasonal fine dust management period (Dec.2020~Mar.2021). Accordingly, Prof. Noh’s research team plans to install a scanning LiDAR system in the region at the end of January and conduct observations for two consecutive months from February to March.  2 March 2021 연구진  노영민 nym@pknu.ac.kr  환경?해양대학 대기질관리모델링연구실

Won-Kyo Jung | 'Marine algae, Ecklonia cava Extracts' … inhibitory effect on asthma

’Marine algae, Ecklonia cava Extracts’ … inhibitory effect on asthma Professor Won-Kyo Jung  The Dong-A Daily News attracted public attention by introducing representative marine bio research results. Professor Won-Kyo Jung of Pukyong National University (Department of Biomedical Engineering)’s research achievements were introduced in the Dong-A Daily News as a representative marine bio research achievement and attracted people’s attention. On the 30th of last month, the newspaper introduced that "the marine bio market, which uses natural substances extracted from marine organisms as medicines, is attracting public attention," and introduced the research results of three marine biologics, including Professor Won-Kyo Jung, Professor Cha Hyung-joon of POSTECH, and Dr. Choi Yong-doo of the National Cancer Center. The newspaper said, "The research team of Professor Won-Kyo Jung of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Pukyong National University found that the Phlorotannin extracted from Ecklonia cava has the effect of suppressing asthma. Previously, an anticancer drug called mitomycin C was prescribed, but there were side effects such as vomiting, diarrhea, and a lower immune function. Ecklonia, which is used for food, can minimize these side effects, and it is expected that it can be used in various medical devices, such as vasoocclusion and airway obstruction."According to Professor Won-Kyo Jung, the research team (joint research of Pukyong National University and Kosin University) investigated the mechanism of suppression of asthma of seaweed Ecklonia cava extract and proved its effectiveness in animal models. Asthma refers to a phenomenon in which the respiratory tract becomes narrowed or blocked due to an inflammatory response. Professor Jung said, "The extract of Ecklonia cava, a natural material, is evaluated to be able to replace the existing market as it can minimize side effects such as a lower immune function, vomiting, and diarrhea compared to drugs previously used to prevent airway constriction." The results of this research were published in the ’International Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society’, and intellectual property rights for the original technology were also secured through domestic and international patent applications and registrations (2017, 2019). This marine biomaterial, developed by Professor Jung’s research team, is expected to be applied in various ways to high value medical materials such as catheter, stent, and anti-adhesion.   7 January 2021 연구진정원교 wkjung@pknu.ac.kr공과대학 해양 의생명과학 연구실 

Paik In-sung | Discloses the research results of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Ulsan

Discloses the research results of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Ulsan Professor Paik In-sung The research team of Professor Paik In-sung (Department of Earth Environmental Sciences), of Pukyong National University, revealed that they discovered new evidence for the group life of herbivorous dinosaurs and the habit of a carnivorous dinosaur that hunts alone in the fossil-producing area of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Joong-gu, Ulsan (Cultural Heritage Data No.12 of Ulsan). According to Prof. Paik, it was confirmed that the preserved fossils of footpad skin impression supporting the fact that these footsteps were made almost simultaneously from 50 dinosaur footprints in 6 trackways in this fossil mountain area in Yugok-dong at the end of the Cretaceous Period (about 100 million years ago). This is the only case in Korea where skin impressions remain on most of the dinosaur footprints that form trackways in the fossil mountain area, and it is a rare case in the world. As a result of analyzing the behavioral characteristics of dinosaurs based on the preserved state of this trackway, Professor Paik's research team revealed that it was a scene where one carnivorous dinosaur (theropod) was hunting one herbivorous dinosaur (ornithopod) that followed behind the group. This is new evidence that fossil footprints support that even carnivorous dinosaurs that lived in the Cretaceous Period, such as tigers and leopards today, had a single hunting habit. The research team said, this is new evidence that three different types of herbivorous dinosaurs moved together in groups on the shores of the lake. The researchers said that such fossil records indicate that the fossils of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Joong-gu, Ulsan were a lakeside area developed on flat land during the dinosaur period on the Korean peninsula, and this area was used as an important ecological space for dinosaurs during drought, like the African Savannah area. This research paper, conducted as personal basic research in the science and engineering field by the National Research Foundation of Korea, was published in the 4th issue (December) of 2020 「Episodes」, which is an international academic journal published by the International Union of Geological Sciences. 30 December 2020 연구진   백인성 paikis@pknu.ac.kr   환경‧해양대학 지구고환경연구실

Kim Baek-min | Analyzed the cold wave at 59 spots across the country from 1981 to 201

Analyzed the cold wave at 59 spots across the country from 1981 to 2017Professor Kim Baek-minThe research results of Prof. Kim Baek-min (Department of Environmental and Atmospheric Science) at Pukyong National University were introduced in the Hankyoreh Newspaper on the 14th, December and drew public attention. The Hankyoreh published an article entitled [Out-of-this-world’s Weather Story with Lee Guen-young], < a sudden and long-term hit cold wave is making fun of ’the warm south region’>. This article cited a paper from the research team of Professor Kim Baek-min (Dept. of Environmental and Atmospheric Science) of Pukyong National University, published in the Journal of the Korean Meteorological Society, the , while conveying the fact that the number of days of cold waves has not decreased despite the warming trend. The article introduced, "The outbreak of cold waves by region is also different." saying that "The research team of Professor Kim Baek-min of the Department of Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences at Pukyong National University analyzed the cold waves observed at 59 locations across the country from 1981 to 2017, and it was found that the characteristics of cold waves appearing in the central and inland regions of the Korean peninsula and those in the southern and coastal regions are different." The article cited the contents of Professor Kim’s thesis and said in relation to the characteristics of cold waves in the southern and coastal regions, "The cold weather rapidly hit the Korean peninsula and showed a characteristic that lasted for a long-term," and added, "When a cold wave appears to the southern and coastal areas, or only in that area, it can be seen that a long period of cold strikes." Professor Kim said in an article, "A cold wave in the southern and coastal regions appears in the form of a surprise cold wave, where the temperature is warm before the outbreak and then the temperature drops rapidly." and added, "As the temperature of seawater rises due to global warming, it is expected that the phenomenon of rapid temperature difference from cold air in Siberia will continue to occur."15 December 2020 연구진   김백민 baekmin@pknu.ac.kr  환경?해양대학 극지기후모델링연구실 

Kim Jin-koo | Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』

Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 Professor Kim Jin-koo PKNU launched on sharing information with the world of 752 types of Marine fish Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 Pukyong National University draws public attention by publishing 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 an English book that complies information on 752 species of fish to share information on marine fishes in Korea with the world. This is the recently published 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 by Marine fish resources deposit registration and preservation organization (Head Kim Jin-koo, Department of Marine biology) at Pukyong National University. This book is a guidebook of marine fishes compiled by the research team of Professor Kim Jin-koo of Pukyong National University, which has integrated the guide information of 752 species of marine fish directly collected from all seas in Korea for 22 years up to this year since 1999. Some rare or large species were collected in cooperation with the National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) and Korea Fisheries Resources Agency (FIRA). This is an English translation version of 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 published by this organization at the end of last year, adding 10 species collected this year to the 742 species contained in the book at the time. It features photos of 752 marine fish species in Korea, scientific names, shapes and characteristics, and the fact that information on fish can be viewed at once through the distribution map. Fish belonging to the same family are grouped and placed on a page so that similar species can be easily identified. Especially, seven species, such as Korean native species in this book, such as the white-tailed Japanese hagfish, Albula koreana, Pisodonophis sangjuensis, Sea horse, long tailed lump sucker, Eulophias koreanus, Dictyosoma burgeri, were first reported in the south coast and received attention from academia. New candidate species, such as Mugil japonicus, Ammodytes, Triggerfish, Takifugu alboplumbeus are also included. PKNU’s Marine fish resources deposit registration and preservation organization has conducted research and produced this book in cooperation with the Korea Institute of Marine Science & Technology Promotion (KIMST) as part of the ’Project for Marine Biotechnology Development’ of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries since 2014. The institution plans to distribute this book to overseas natural history museums, universities, and research institutes. 16 December 2020 연구진   김진구 교수 taengko@pknu.ac.kr   부경대학교 수산과학대학 어류학실험실

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오픈이노베이션 산학연 세미나 열려

부경대, ‘동남권 오픈이노베이션 활성화’ 산학연 세미나 개최- 23일 부경대 오픈콜라보랩 △ PKNU 2021 산학연계 세미나 전경. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀)국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 6월 23일 오후 용당캠퍼스 오픈콜라보랩 1층에서 ‘동남권 오픈이노베이션 활성화를 위한 산·학·연 발전방안’을 주제로 PKNU 2021 산학연계 세미나를 개최했다.이번 행사는 부경대 링크플러스사업단(단장 서용철)과 MADEC마린디자이니어링교육연구단(단장 조정형)이 공동으로 오픈이노베이션을 통한 혁신성과 확보 방안과 대학이 중심이 되는 지역사회문제해결 방안 마련, 동남권 지역의 혁신기업 양성 및 비즈니스 인큐베이팅 확산을 위해 마련했다.이날 스타트허브(주) 김철훈 대표의 ‘오픈이노베이션 소개’를 비롯, 부경대 기술경영전문대학원 옥영석 교수의 ‘오픈이노베이션 활용 및 기대’, 부경대 MAEDC마린디자이니어링교육연구단장 조정형 공업디자인학과 교수의 ‘디자인 오픈이노베이션’ 등 주제발표와 토론이 열렸다.주제발표에서 옥영석 교수는 스타트업 지원을 위한 오픈이노베이션 플랫폼 설계 방안을 제시하고, 조정형 교수는 디자인전략을 스타트업에 접목할 수 있는 오픈이노베이션 전략을 제시했다. 

'해역인문학' 들고 부산 청소년 찾는다

부경대, 찾아가는 ‘청소년 해역인문학’ 펼친다- 초·중등학생 대상 … 연구원·동화작가 등 바다 전문가 강연 제공국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)가 부산 지역 초·중등학생을 대상으로 바다에 인문학을 접목시킨 이색 강연 ‘청소년 해역인문학’ 프로그램을 연다고 6월 22일 밝혔다.부경대 인문한국플러스(HK+)사업단(단장 손동주)은 오는 7월 2일부터 9일까지 부산 대동중학교와 청동초등학교를 직접 찾아 ‘2021년 청소년 해역인문학 강연-동북아 해양문화와 인문학의 만남’ 프로그램을 진행한다.이 프로그램은 부경대 HK+사업단이 부산을 비롯한 동북아해역의 역사와 문화, 해양환경 등 강연을 통해 바다를 이해하고, 바다에 대한 친근함과 인문학적 가치를 알리기 위해 마련한 것이다.부경대 HK+사업단이 이번에 마련한 특별 강의에는 부경대 교수와 연구진을 비롯, 지역 연구기관의 연구원, 동화작가, 기업인 등 다양한 분야의 전문가들이 강사로 나서 이색 강연을 펼친다.‘돈가스에 담긴 교류와 융합의 역사’(공미희·부경대 HK연구교수)를 비롯, ‘극지 해양, 영하에서 생존하기’(김학준·부경대 화학과 교수), ‘푸른 바다거북은 어쩌다 비닐을 삼켰을까?’(이상미·동화작가), ‘드론으로 보는 하늘과 물속 세상’(장선웅·(주)아이렘기술개발 대표이사), ‘알쏭달쏭 해양생물 이야기’(오현주·국립수산과학원 연구원) 등 흥미진진한 이야기들이 선보인다.부경대 HK+사업단 손동주 단장은 “부산 청소년들을 위해 무료로 마련한 이번 프로그램이 바다와 인문학을 주제로 소통하는 방법을 공유하는 유익한 시간이 되길 바란다.”라고 말했다.△ 청소년 해역인문학 프로그램 포스터 

글로벌지역학연구소 4차 콜로키움 열려

부경대, ‘4차 환태평양 콜로키움’ 개최- 부산연구원 오재환 실장 초청강연 ‘해양도시 부산, 도시비전과 과제’ 부경대학교 글로벌지역학연구소(소장 박상현·국제지역학부 교수)가 6월 17일 오후 인문사회·경영관 5층 커뮤니티홀에서 ‘환태평양 해양도시의 개방성과 포용성’을 주제로 4차 환태평양 콜로키움(Trans-Pacific Dialogue)을 개최했다.    이날 행사에서는 부산연구원 사회·문화연구실장이자 부산학연구센터장인 오재환 박사의 ‘해양도시 부산, 도시비전과 과제’ 초청강연과 토론이 온·오프라인 방식으로 진행됐다.    문화와 여가산업, 사회조사분석 분야 전문가인 오재환 박사는 이날 강연에서 변화의 시대를 맞은 도시 부산의 현재를 진단하고, 부산의 미래 방향과 글로벌 해양도시로서의 부산의 과제 그리고 시민 행복의 도시 부산에 대한 구상을 밝혔다.    그는 인구감소, 저출산·고령화, 사회문제 등 도시 전환기에 직면한 부산의 상황을 밝히고, 부산의 미래방향을 사람 중심의 행복도시, ‘뉴 휴먼 시티’로 제시했다.    특히 그는 외국인 주민과 관광객 증가에 대비해 해양도시 부산이 포용도시를 추구하며 다문화 사회로의 변화에 대한 대응이 필요하다고 분석하고, 2030 부산 세계EXPO를 통해 동북아해양수도로 도약하는 기회로 활용할 것을 강조했다.    박상현 부경대 글로벌지역학연구소장은 “이번 콜로키움은 해양도시 부산의 과거와 현재, 미래까지 고찰할 수 있었다는 점에서 의의가 있다.”라면서, “앞으로도 이 같은 학술행사를 통해 부산이 환태평양 중심 해양도시로 발전할 수 있는 방안을 모색할 계획이다.”라고 말했다.    한편 부경대 글로벌지역학연구소는 지난해 한국연구재단 인문사회연구소 지원사업(2020~2026년)에 선정돼 ‘메가-지역으로서 환태평양 다중문명의 평화적 공진화’ 연구를 수행 중이며, 올해 1차부터 이번 4차 콜로키움에 이어 해마다 5회 이상 콜로키움을 개최해 환태평양 해양도시 연구를 선도할 계획이다.

진정한 부산지역 활성화를 위해

‘미래 교육 대개조안 제대로 설계해야’- 남송우 명예교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재부경대학교 남송우 명예교수의 칼럼 ‘미래 교육 대개조안 제대로 설계해야’가 4월 29일 국제신문에 실렸다.남 교수는 이날 국제신문 22면 ‘세상읽기’ 코너에 실린 이 칼럼에서 부산 지역 미래 교육에 대한 우려와 함께 대응 방안을 제시했다.그는 “한국교육개발원(KEDI)이 그동안 수행해온 ‘학령인구 감소에 따른 한계대학 대응 방안 연구’ 보고서를 내놓았다.”라면서, “이러한 한계대학 대응 방안 연구는 소 잃는 것을 바라보며 외양간을 고치는 감이 있다. 그뿐만 아니라 이 안의 실행으로 지역대학, 나아가 지역 교육의 미래를 제대로 담보할 수 있을지도 의문이다.”라고 지적했다.이어 부산대와 부산교대의 통합논의, 부산시교육청의 고교-대학-교육청 실무협의 등 현재 추진되고 있는 각종 대응 상황을 제시하며, “문제는 이런 수위의 실무협의회를 통해서 부산지역 미래 인재 육성이 어느 정도 실효성을 거둘 수 있겠느냐는 점이다.”라고 우려했다. 남 교수는 지역 미래 교육의 대개조안을 실현하기 위한 방안으로 “전방위적인 지역의 모든 집단지성의 협의체가 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.그는 “가칭 ‘부산지역 미래 인재교육연구단’을 새롭게 구성할 필요가 있다. 여기에는 교육청 산하 유치, 초·중·고 학교 관련 실무자와 함께 지역의 국·사립대학 전문가, 지역의 다양한 산업체 대표, 관련 지자체 기관 실무자, 그리고 가장 중요한 교육 수요자인 학부모 단체와 학생들이 함께 하는 조직체를 만들어야 한다.”라고 제안했다. ▷칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)

日방사능 오염수 방류 대응 방안은?

‘안전한 수산물 소비 위한 만반의 준비’- 김도훈 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재 부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)의 칼럼 ‘안전한 수산물 소비 위한 만반의 준비’가 28일 국제신문 21면에 게재됐다.김 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “최근 우리나라 수산업의 가장 큰 이슈는 수산물 안전성 강화이다.”라며 안전한 수산물 소비를 위한 우리의 적극적인 대응을 역설했다.그는 “(일본 후쿠시마 원전) 오염수가 방류될 경우 200종이 넘는 방사성 물질들이 배출되고, 아무리 희석한다고 하더라고 스트론튬 세슘 삼중수소 등의 방사성 물질이 남아 있을 가능성이 높은 것으로 알려졌다.”라고 지적하며, “원천적으로 방사능 오염수가 해양으로 방류되지 않도록 하는 국제적인 동조 및 요구가 선행되어야 한다.”라고 강조했다.특히 김 교수는 “일본의 방사능 오염수 방류 결정에 따라 수산물 섭취에 대한 두려움이 커지고 있다.”라면서 “지난 2013년 일본 원전의 방사능 오염수 유출 사고 이후 대부분의 국내 소비자들이 수산물 소비를 줄인 것으로 나타났다.”라며 수산물 소비에 미치는 파장을 우려했다.그는 국내 수산업의 영향을 최소화하기 위한 방안으로 △우리나라 해역에 대한 방사성 물질 유입 관리 △국내산 및 수입산 수산물에 대한 검사와 이력추적 관리 △수입수산물에 대한 원산지 관리 등을 강화하고, 정확한 정보를 투명하고 알기 쉽게 제공할 것을 주문했다.이어 “최악의 경우 약 2년 후에는 실질적으로 일본 방사능 오염수가 방류될 예정이다. 남아있는 기간은 향후 우리나라 해양환경 및 수산업의 보호를 위한 아주 중요한 시간임을 인식하고, 안전한 소비를 위한 수산물 안전성 강화에 만전을 기해야 할 것이다.”라고 주장했다. ▷칼럼 전문 읽기(클릭!)

‘글꼴 전문가’로 다큐 출연

홍동식 교수, ‘글꼴 전문가’로 다큐 출연- 유튜브 ‘도시, 반하다’ 채널에도 영상 탑재부경대학교 홍동식 교수(시각디자인학과)가 도시의 글꼴 디자인을 주제로 한 다큐멘터리 방송에 글꼴(타이포그래피) 전문가로 출연했다.홍 교수는 서울경기케이블TV가 제작한 방송 프로그램 ‘글꼴, 도시를 디자인하다’에서 국내외 글꼴 전문가들과 함께 출연해 전문적인 분석과 견해를 제시했다.과학기술정보통신부 방송통신발전기금의 지원으로 제작된 이 방송은 부산과 서울, 제주 등 우리나라 각 지역의 글꼴과 영국, 일본 등 세계 각국의 글꼴 디자인을 소개하고, 글꼴이 도시경관에서 중요한 비중을 차지하고 있다고 안내한다.홍 교수는 이 방송에서 “한국과 일본 중국에서 지자체 글꼴을 열심히 만들고 있다. 지자체를 알리는 굉장히 고무적이고 긍정적인 효과.”라고 평가했다. 이어 “부산체가 만들어진 게 벌써 20년 가까이 됐다. 부산의 새로운 글꼴은 부산체라는 기본을 두면서 부산의 정체성을 가진 글꼴이 되면 좋겠다.”라고 밝혔다.이 방송 영상은 유튜브 ‘도시, 반하다’ 채널에도 탑재돼 공개되고 있다.(https://youtu.be/H0C8-7r21Iw)한편 홍 교수는 부산의 글꼴을 수집 분석한 책 「글꼴을 보다, 부산을 읽다」 발간을 비롯해 부산문화재단과 포항문화재단과 CI, 부산예술인복지지원센터 상징 등을 디자인하고, (사)부산디자인협회 이사장을 역임하는 등 글꼴 분야 전문가로 활약하고 있다.

Liu Jay | Research on the prospects for the world's hydrogen economy

Research on the prospects for the world's hydrogen economyProfessor Liu Jay    Research results that discover the prospect of the world's hydrogen economy through product space analysis are attracting public attention.It is the paper ‘Availability, versatility, and viability of feedstocks for hydrogen production: Product space perspective’ published by the research team of Professor Liu Jay (Department of Chemical Engineering) of Pukyong National University and Professor Lee Moon-Yong (Department of Chemical Engineering) of Yeungnam University.In this paper, Professor Liu's research team attracted attention by presenting the research results of analyzing the international availability, versatility, and viability of feedstocks for hydrogen production for the world's hydrogen economy.The research team identified and analyzed potential feedstocks for hydrogen production from around the world using a product space model that describes a network of exportable products based on product similarity.According to this paper, natural gas, coal, and electricity were found as feedstocks for hydrogen with high export potential in the global market. Among them, it was found that it is more beneficial to use hydrogen for domestic production rather than export because of the low income potential except for natural gas. At the same time, the countries with the highest hydrogen export advancement index were the United States, France, and Sweden.Professor Liu said, "When establishing policies or investment strategies from the perspective of the government or enterprises, taking a broad view is very important. I have high hopes that this research will help accelerate the successful realization of the hydrogen economy."This study was published in the international scientific journal (IF=12.110) No. 145. This journal is a world-class journal ranked 4th in the Engineering & Computer Science Society rankings released this year by Google Scholar.        연구진  유준 jayliu@pknu.ac.kr  공과대학 지능시스템연구실

Eom Young-Ho | Developed the world's strongest self-healing new material

Developed the world's strongest self-healing new material Professor Eom Young-HoResearchers in Korea, including Pukyong National University, have developed the world's strongest self-healing new material and are attracting national media attention.Yonhap News, YTN, Dong-A Science, and other national media reported on May 10th that the joint research team of Pukyong National University and the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (KRICT) developed a new self-healing material with the world's strongest mechanical strength.Professor Eom Young-Ho of the Department of Polymer Engineering at Pukyong National University (photo, left) and his research team conducted joint research with Oh Dong-Yeop, Park Je-Young, and Hwang Seong-Yeon, who are from a research team from the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology. Together they developed a material that is as tough as a shoe outsole while having self-healing capabilities that recovers itself even if it is cut at room temperature.Self-healing material refers to an intelligent material that allows polymers damaged by the external environment to detect defects independently, restore their structure, and return to their original functions. The material developed this time was found to have the highest mechanical strength among the self-healing materials developed so far.The research team succeeded in developing it using a special carbonate compound in the basic build of thermoplastic polyurethane, an existing commercial material. When an external force impacts it, the material's molecular bonds become solid in an instant and turn into a hard crystal so that it protects itself from impact. After impact, it returns to a soft state in which molecules are free to move and recovers the damage by itself.Existing self-healing materials have a limitation in that the tensile strength is weak because they use a soft material to move molecules freely. The newly developed material is found to have a tensile strength of 43 MPa or more, hardens between solid and jelly states depending on the strength of external pressure, controls the absorption of shock, and recovers damage by itself. It is 6 times better than the material developed by the research team in 2018 and 20~30MPa stronger than the material developed by the University of Tokyo or the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN) in Japan.As a result of analyzing the physical properties of this material, Prof. Eom Young-Ho's research team found that it was advantageous in molding into various shapes due to its low The research results were published in the January issue of Nature Communications, an international academic journal. 연구진엄영호 교수 eomyh@pknu.ac.kr공과대학 고분자물성설계연구실

Cho Sueng-mok | Launched snack with 54 % pollack content

Launched snack with 54 % pollack contentProfessor Cho Sueng-mok It is a hot topic that the technology for manufacturing pollack snacks developed by a university professor has been released as an actual product after SMEs received the technology transfer. This is the 'Badasori Fish Pop' released by Sunhae F&S (CEO Sim Ui-heon, Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do), a small and medium-sized business in the marine product sector. This snack was developed by the research team of Professor Cho Sueng-mok's (Dept. of Food Science and Technology) at Pukyong National University as part of the research project of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (development and commercialization of processed traditional fishery foods considering the characteristics of each sea). Since the snack was released in earnest in February, reviews have been continued on social media and are getting word of mouth. Launched in three types of tastes, seaweed, cheese, and consomme, this product is attracting attention as a nutritious snack with high nutrition and flavory taste. This snack attracts attention because it is a high-protein product with fully 54 % of pollack, the raw material. In the case of a shrimp snack currently on sale, considering that the shrimp content is 8.5 %, this is a very high proportion. Even though it has a high content of pollack, it does not have a strong fish taste, and the texture is the same as that of a well-known crunchy snack that does not feel like a grilled fish jerky or dry fish. Professor Cho said, "Unlike other snacks, we applied a technology that uses rice flour, not flour or starch, to create a two-layer structure to create a crunchy texture." Professor Cho is an expert in the field of aquatic processing and food chemistry, and is conducting research on customized health functional foods, research on the development and commercialization of processed aquatic foods, and research into functional materials of useful ingredients derived from seafood. He said, "So far, marine products have a low proportion in the snack market compared to agricultural products. Following this study, which suggested the possibility of developing applied premium products using fish, we plan to continue research on the use of various marine products." 연구진 조승목 교수 scho@pknu.ac.kr수산과학대학 식품화학실험실

Lee Bo-ram | Paper on <Nature> - Presenting the result of improving the efficiency and stability of 'PeLED’

Paper on [nature] - Presenting the result of improving the efficiency and stability of 'PeLED’Professor Lee Bo-ramThe National Research Foundation of Korea announced on March 11 that the paper 'Ligand-engineered bandgap stability in mixed-halide perovskite LEDs' by Professor Lee Bo-ram (Department of Physics) at Pukyong National University had been published in the international journal . This paper is attracting attention by presenting the result of greatly improving the luminous efficiency and color stability of the Perovskite Light-Emitting Device (PeLED), which is emerging as a next-generation display following the organic light-emitting device (OLED). Prof. Lee has significantly improved the external quantum efficiency from 4.1% to 20.3% in this study conducted with international joint research teams at Oxford University in the UK, Cambridge University, the University of Oregon, and includes Pukyong National University and UNIST in Korea, it succeeded in developing red PeLED, which also secured high color stability. Perovskite nanocrystals from which surface defects were removed through ligand treatment showed 1.5 times higher luminous efficiency (photoluminescence quantum efficiency) than nanocrystals with surface defects, and when nanocrystals were applied to a light emitting elements, the external quantum efficiency was found to be greatly improved from 4.1% to 20.3%. In addition, the ligand-treated perovskite nanocrystalline light emitting display showed high color stability with a constant emission spectrum when the device was activated. Professor Lee said, "Through this research, we expect that the commercialization of PeLED will be accelerated to enable more realistic colors and realistic expressions required in the increasingly developing VR and AR fields as well as in displays such as TVs." Professor Lee, who was appointed as a professor of the Department of Physics at Pukyong National University in 2017, has published more than 40 SCI-level papers after his appointment. Among them, he has published articles such as , , , , as corresponding authors in eminent international journals. Currently, Professor Lee is actively conducting research activities with a total of 70 SCI papers related to research on optoelectronic devices such as light emitting displays and solar cells. He received a bachelor's degree from Ulsan University and a doctorate from UNIST.연구진  이보람 교수 brlee@pknu.ac.kr자연과학대학 유무기 하이브리드 광전자 소재 및 소자 실험실

Park Sung-heum | Focus on technology preoccupation and localization of core materials related to the 4th industrial revolution

Focus on technology preoccupation and localization of core materials related to the 4th industrial revolution Professor Park Sung-heum Research achievements led by Professor Park Sung-heum (Dept. of physics) of Pukyong National University were largely introduced on a science portal, Dong-A Science. Dong-A Science took a closer look at the research team of Professor Park Seong-heum at Physics of Pukyong National University with an article titled "The Revolution of Materials Begins from the Boundary of Academia" in the series of dated 17th of February. The article introduced, "The research team of Professor Park Sung-heum of the Department of Physics at Pukyong National University is focusing on designing various organic molecules that can be applied to the interface between solar cells and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). It continued, “The research team (of Professor Park) applied their years of experience in molecular design to the development of filter materials that were only imported from abroad. As a result, they developed a material that absorbs light with a wavelength of 704nm, which is closer to visible light than the world's best material that absorbs light with a wavelength of 705nm." The article stated, "This filter material, developed entirely with domestic technology, is meaningful in that it preoccupied the core material technology used in the main industries of the 4th industrial revolution and localized the material," it added, "In 2019, in the situation of Japan restricted the export of semiconductors and display materials, making filter materials with domestic technology could cut the manufacturing cost of filters in half." Meanwhile, Professor Park received the Busan Science and Technology Award in 2019 from the Federation of Busan Science and Technology (FOBST) in recognition of his research achievements in optoelectronic devices utilizing new organic materials. He has published 81 pieces of research papers on organic materials and optoelectronic devices that utilize them for the last five years, including the development of organic-inorganic hybrid laminated solar cells that can dramatically improve the efficiency of floating solar cells. He has been highly praised for his research achievements by applicating and registering many domestic and foreign patents related to his research.   연구진   박성흠  spark@pknu.ac.kr   자연과학대학 광전자소자물리 연구실

Noh Young-min | Invented a LiDAR system that monitors and scans fine dust in real-time

Invented a LiDAR system that monitors and scans fine dust in real-timeProfessor Noh Young-min A system that can observe fine dust in the atmosphere in real time has been developed and it attract the public’s attention. It is the ’High-Resolution Scanning LiDAR System for Monitoring the Distribution of Fine Dust’ developed by the research team of Professor Noh Young-Min (Combined Departments of Environmental Engineering) at Pukyong National University. This system introduces a scanning method to LiDAR technology, and it is a system that can calculates the measured value by dividing the mass concentration of fine dust into PM10 (fine dust) and PM2.5 (extra-fine dust) with a high resolution of 30 m in an observation area with a radius of 5 km. LiDAR is a remote sensing technology that detects the concentration and distance information of the target material we want to observe through the method of irradiating a laser. The research team of Prof. Noh Young-min of Pukyong National University developed this system in collaboration with Hanbat National University and Samwoo TCS Co., Ltd. with the Grant & Alliance (R&D) Project Team (Jo Dae-Hyeon, Team Leader) under Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA), Siheung City, and the Advanced Institute of Convergence Technology.The research team installed this system in Siheung, Gyeonggi-do from September last year to perform observations, and successfully demonstrated by visualizing and expressing the high-resolution mass concentration distribution map of fine dust that could not be provided by the existing air pollution measurement network. The Ministry of Environment has excellently evaluated the system’s ability to detect the spatial distribution map of fine dust and decided to operate a test project for monitoring illegal incineration in rural areas by installing the system in Jeonbuk during the 2nd seasonal fine dust management period (Dec.2020~Mar.2021). Accordingly, Prof. Noh’s research team plans to install a scanning LiDAR system in the region at the end of January and conduct observations for two consecutive months from February to March.  2 March 2021 연구진  노영민 nym@pknu.ac.kr  환경?해양대학 대기질관리모델링연구실

Won-Kyo Jung | 'Marine algae, Ecklonia cava Extracts' … inhibitory effect on asthma

’Marine algae, Ecklonia cava Extracts’ … inhibitory effect on asthma Professor Won-Kyo Jung  The Dong-A Daily News attracted public attention by introducing representative marine bio research results. Professor Won-Kyo Jung of Pukyong National University (Department of Biomedical Engineering)’s research achievements were introduced in the Dong-A Daily News as a representative marine bio research achievement and attracted people’s attention. On the 30th of last month, the newspaper introduced that "the marine bio market, which uses natural substances extracted from marine organisms as medicines, is attracting public attention," and introduced the research results of three marine biologics, including Professor Won-Kyo Jung, Professor Cha Hyung-joon of POSTECH, and Dr. Choi Yong-doo of the National Cancer Center. The newspaper said, "The research team of Professor Won-Kyo Jung of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Pukyong National University found that the Phlorotannin extracted from Ecklonia cava has the effect of suppressing asthma. Previously, an anticancer drug called mitomycin C was prescribed, but there were side effects such as vomiting, diarrhea, and a lower immune function. Ecklonia, which is used for food, can minimize these side effects, and it is expected that it can be used in various medical devices, such as vasoocclusion and airway obstruction."According to Professor Won-Kyo Jung, the research team (joint research of Pukyong National University and Kosin University) investigated the mechanism of suppression of asthma of seaweed Ecklonia cava extract and proved its effectiveness in animal models. Asthma refers to a phenomenon in which the respiratory tract becomes narrowed or blocked due to an inflammatory response. Professor Jung said, "The extract of Ecklonia cava, a natural material, is evaluated to be able to replace the existing market as it can minimize side effects such as a lower immune function, vomiting, and diarrhea compared to drugs previously used to prevent airway constriction." The results of this research were published in the ’International Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society’, and intellectual property rights for the original technology were also secured through domestic and international patent applications and registrations (2017, 2019). This marine biomaterial, developed by Professor Jung’s research team, is expected to be applied in various ways to high value medical materials such as catheter, stent, and anti-adhesion.   7 January 2021 연구진정원교 wkjung@pknu.ac.kr공과대학 해양 의생명과학 연구실 

Paik In-sung | Discloses the research results of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Ulsan

Discloses the research results of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Ulsan Professor Paik In-sung The research team of Professor Paik In-sung (Department of Earth Environmental Sciences), of Pukyong National University, revealed that they discovered new evidence for the group life of herbivorous dinosaurs and the habit of a carnivorous dinosaur that hunts alone in the fossil-producing area of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Joong-gu, Ulsan (Cultural Heritage Data No.12 of Ulsan). According to Prof. Paik, it was confirmed that the preserved fossils of footpad skin impression supporting the fact that these footsteps were made almost simultaneously from 50 dinosaur footprints in 6 trackways in this fossil mountain area in Yugok-dong at the end of the Cretaceous Period (about 100 million years ago). This is the only case in Korea where skin impressions remain on most of the dinosaur footprints that form trackways in the fossil mountain area, and it is a rare case in the world. As a result of analyzing the behavioral characteristics of dinosaurs based on the preserved state of this trackway, Professor Paik's research team revealed that it was a scene where one carnivorous dinosaur (theropod) was hunting one herbivorous dinosaur (ornithopod) that followed behind the group. This is new evidence that fossil footprints support that even carnivorous dinosaurs that lived in the Cretaceous Period, such as tigers and leopards today, had a single hunting habit. The research team said, this is new evidence that three different types of herbivorous dinosaurs moved together in groups on the shores of the lake. The researchers said that such fossil records indicate that the fossils of dinosaur footprints in Yugok-dong, Joong-gu, Ulsan were a lakeside area developed on flat land during the dinosaur period on the Korean peninsula, and this area was used as an important ecological space for dinosaurs during drought, like the African Savannah area. This research paper, conducted as personal basic research in the science and engineering field by the National Research Foundation of Korea, was published in the 4th issue (December) of 2020 「Episodes」, which is an international academic journal published by the International Union of Geological Sciences. 30 December 2020 연구진   백인성 paikis@pknu.ac.kr   환경‧해양대학 지구고환경연구실

Kim Baek-min | Analyzed the cold wave at 59 spots across the country from 1981 to 201

Analyzed the cold wave at 59 spots across the country from 1981 to 2017Professor Kim Baek-minThe research results of Prof. Kim Baek-min (Department of Environmental and Atmospheric Science) at Pukyong National University were introduced in the Hankyoreh Newspaper on the 14th, December and drew public attention. The Hankyoreh published an article entitled [Out-of-this-world’s Weather Story with Lee Guen-young], < a sudden and long-term hit cold wave is making fun of ’the warm south region’>. This article cited a paper from the research team of Professor Kim Baek-min (Dept. of Environmental and Atmospheric Science) of Pukyong National University, published in the Journal of the Korean Meteorological Society, the , while conveying the fact that the number of days of cold waves has not decreased despite the warming trend. The article introduced, "The outbreak of cold waves by region is also different." saying that "The research team of Professor Kim Baek-min of the Department of Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences at Pukyong National University analyzed the cold waves observed at 59 locations across the country from 1981 to 2017, and it was found that the characteristics of cold waves appearing in the central and inland regions of the Korean peninsula and those in the southern and coastal regions are different." The article cited the contents of Professor Kim’s thesis and said in relation to the characteristics of cold waves in the southern and coastal regions, "The cold weather rapidly hit the Korean peninsula and showed a characteristic that lasted for a long-term," and added, "When a cold wave appears to the southern and coastal areas, or only in that area, it can be seen that a long period of cold strikes." Professor Kim said in an article, "A cold wave in the southern and coastal regions appears in the form of a surprise cold wave, where the temperature is warm before the outbreak and then the temperature drops rapidly." and added, "As the temperature of seawater rises due to global warming, it is expected that the phenomenon of rapid temperature difference from cold air in Siberia will continue to occur."15 December 2020 연구진   김백민 baekmin@pknu.ac.kr  환경?해양대학 극지기후모델링연구실 

Kim Jin-koo | Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』

Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 Professor Kim Jin-koo PKNU launched on sharing information with the world of 752 types of Marine fish Release of a 22 year research collection, 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 Pukyong National University draws public attention by publishing 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 an English book that complies information on 752 species of fish to share information on marine fishes in Korea with the world. This is the recently published 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 by Marine fish resources deposit registration and preservation organization (Head Kim Jin-koo, Department of Marine biology) at Pukyong National University. This book is a guidebook of marine fishes compiled by the research team of Professor Kim Jin-koo of Pukyong National University, which has integrated the guide information of 752 species of marine fish directly collected from all seas in Korea for 22 years up to this year since 1999. Some rare or large species were collected in cooperation with the National Institute of Fisheries Science (NIFS) and Korea Fisheries Resources Agency (FIRA). This is an English translation version of 『A Guide Book to Marine Fishes in Korea』 published by this organization at the end of last year, adding 10 species collected this year to the 742 species contained in the book at the time. It features photos of 752 marine fish species in Korea, scientific names, shapes and characteristics, and the fact that information on fish can be viewed at once through the distribution map. Fish belonging to the same family are grouped and placed on a page so that similar species can be easily identified. Especially, seven species, such as Korean native species in this book, such as the white-tailed Japanese hagfish, Albula koreana, Pisodonophis sangjuensis, Sea horse, long tailed lump sucker, Eulophias koreanus, Dictyosoma burgeri, were first reported in the south coast and received attention from academia. New candidate species, such as Mugil japonicus, Ammodytes, Triggerfish, Takifugu alboplumbeus are also included. PKNU’s Marine fish resources deposit registration and preservation organization has conducted research and produced this book in cooperation with the Korea Institute of Marine Science & Technology Promotion (KIMST) as part of the ’Project for Marine Biotechnology Development’ of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries since 2014. The institution plans to distribute this book to overseas natural history museums, universities, and research institutes. 16 December 2020 연구진   김진구 교수 taengko@pknu.ac.kr   부경대학교 수산과학대학 어류학실험실