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부경대생, 실내 카약 운동기구 개발해 창업 ‘눈길’- 김진재 씨 … 카약 시뮬레이터 국산화 성공해 시장 개척 나서△ 김진재 씨.  ‘해양스포츠인 카약을 실내에서 즐기고 싶다’며 실내 카약 운동기구 개발에 나서 국산화에 성공하고 창업까지 나선 대학원생이 눈길을 끌고 있다.    부산의 국립부경대학교(총장 장영수) 해양스포츠학과 김진재 씨(25·석사과정 1년)가 그 주인공.    김 씨는 지난해 실내 시뮬레이터 ‘Impactrak K-1’과 ‘Impactrak S-1’을 개발해 ‘마린엑스’라는 회사를 창업한 데 이어, 최근 이 제품 6대를 판매하며 첫 매출을 올리는 데 성공했다.    김 씨가 개발한 이 제품들은 롤링 시트, 에어팬 등을 갖춰 실제 바다의 상황과 비슷한 운동 환경을 재현해 실내에서도 해양스포츠를 즐길 수 있는 기구들이다. ‘Impactrak K-1’은 카약,  ‘Impactrak S-1’은 패들보드용으로 개발됐다.    기존에도 카약 운동기구는 있었지만 대부분 미국, 독일 등에서 수입하는 고가의 제품들이라 사업장이나 개인들이 구입 활용하기에는 부담이 있었다. 김 씨가 개발한 제품은 기존 제품 가격의 절반인 200~250만 원선인데다, 롤링 시트를 탑재해 실제 바다에서 파도나 바람으로 인한 흔들림도 생생하게 구현해 기존 제품보다 현실감이 높은 것이 장점이다.    특히 운동기구 개발에만 그친 것이 아닌, 제품과 연동해 사용할 수 있는 ‘Impactrak’ 앱도 개발해 사용자가 운동량과 운동 강도를 파악하고 다른 사용자들과 운동 기록을 공유할 수 있는 시스템을 제공한다.    김 씨는 국민체육진흥공단의 창업지원사업인 ‘2021년도 스포츠산업 창업지원/도약센터사업’의 지원을 받아 시제품 6대를 제작했고, 카약 동호인 대상 시연회를 통해 제품의 우수성을 알아본 카약 대리점 등 해양스포츠 업체들에 6대 전부를 판매하는 데 성공했다. 내달 17일에는 서울 코엑스에서 열리는 박람회 ‘서울국제스포츠레저산업전’에도 참가해 제품들을 선보인다.    해양스포츠를 전공하며 인명구조, 동력수상레저기구 등 다양한 해양스포츠 자격증도 보유한 ‘해양스포츠 매니아’ 김 씨는 “카약을 즐기는 아버지를 따라 카약을 경험한 이후 카약의 매력에 빠지면서 실내에서 카약을 즐기고 싶어 직접 운동기구를 개발하게 됐다.”라고 밝혔다.    그는 “이 제품으로 언제든 실내에서 훈련하거나 운동하고, 실제 운동 전 운동법을 익힐 수 있기 때문에 카약이 대중화되는 데 보탬이 될 것으로 기대한다.”라면서, “더 많은 사람들이 카약의 매력을 느낄 수 있도록 계속 제품을 연구 개발하고, 국내는 물론 해외 시장 개척에도 나설 계획이다.”라고 포부를 밝혔다. <부경투데이> △카약 시뮬레이터 사진

KBS <사장님이 미(美)쳤어요> 출연 ‘자랑스러운 동문’ 서영옥 대표

서영옥 동문, KBS <사장님이 미(美)쳤어요> 출연 ‘눈길’- ‘부드러운 카리스마 사장님’으로 주목 … 1월 9일 KBS 1TV 방송△ 지난 9일 서영옥 동문이 출연한 KBS 프로그램 <사장님이 미(美)쳤어요> 방송영상 갈무리 이미지.   국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)의 ‘자랑스러운 동문’ 서영옥 ㈜화인테크놀리지 대표가 KBS 방송 프로그램 <사장님이 미(美)쳤어요 The New Beginning>에 출연했다.    이 프로그램은 인간 중심의 경영철학을 가지고, 인재 육성 투자에 적극 실천하는 중소기업인과 우수 중소기업을 소개하고, 청년들에게 다양한 취업 정보를 전달하기 위해 만들어진 프로그램이다.    서 동문은 지난 1월 9일 KBS 1TV에 방영된 이 프로그램의 4회차 방송에 부드러운 카리스마로 30여 년간 회사를 이끌어온 여성 기업인으로 출연해 집중 조명을 받았다.    서 동문은 공산품의 표면 보호용 테이프와 반도체 및 전기·전자 부품 가공용 특수 테이프를 자체 개발해 해외에서도 그 기술력을 인정받은 ㈜화인테크놀리지를 이끌고 있으며, 직원 간 신뢰를 중심으로 나눔 경영을 실천하며 중소벤처기업부의 ‘2021년 존경받는 기업인’에 선정된 유일무이한 여성 기업인이다.    이 방송은 집으로 찾아온 제작진에게 손수 아침을 차려 대접하는 친근하고 수더분한 이미지와 함께 회사에서 직원들을 이끄는 카리스마를 겸비한 사장으로 서 동문을 소개했다.    서 동문은 스튜디오에서 진행된 CEO 미니특강 코너를 통해 엔지니어로서 회사의 미래를 개척해온 이야기와 함께, 직원들이 미래를 그려갈 수 있는 느리지만 오래가는 기업을 만들고 싶다는 포부를 밝히기도 했다.    부경대 화학공학과 75학번인 서 동문은 지난 2015년 제10대 총동창회장을 역임한 데 이어, 현재 부경대학교총동창회장학재단 이사장을 맡고 있다.    이와 함께 사회에서 활약하며 모교 명예를 빛내 2019년 제16회 자랑스러운 부경인상을 받은 ‘자랑스러운 동문’이자, 모교 발전을 위해 거액의 발전기금을 쾌척해온 ‘기부천사’이기도 하다. <부경투데이>     ▷ 서영옥 동문 출연 방송프로그램 보러가기(클릭!) 

<피란, 그때 그 사람들> 펴냈다

역사책 뒤에 숨겨진 피란민들의 삶, 70년 만에 ‘세상 밖으로’- 부산시·부경대, 550쪽 피란민 구술채록집 <피란, 그때 그 사람들> 발간△ 피란민 구술채록집 '피란, 그때 그 사람들' 표지 이미지.  “동광동 쪽에서 쭉 올라가면 마지막 계단 왼쪽으로 100m쯤 나가 하꼬방 집을 지었지. 원래는 공원이었는데 거기다 집을 짓는 거야. 그때 공원이고 뭐고 없어. 지금 현재 동상과 탑 있는 데는 해병대 부대가 있었어. 우리는 지을 데가 없어 가 제일 우에 바로 지금 공원 바닥인 바로 밑이야. 5m 밑일까? 그 밑에다 우리가 지었지. 거기서 산 거요. 집은 마분지하고 가마니하고가 재료야.”(김동주 씨·88세)    한국전쟁 피란민들의 증언을 직접 채록해 당시 피란수도 부산의 모습과 피란민들의 삶의 현장을 날 것 그대로 전해주는 책 <피란, 그때 그 사람들>이 발간돼 눈길을 끈다.    부산광역시(시장 박형준)와 국립부경대학교(총장 장영수)가 12월 발간한 이 책은 유네스코 세계유산 등재를 추진하고 있는 피란수도 부산의 역사적·세계유산적 가치를 조망하기 위한 구술채록집이다.    이 책은 미군부대 노무자, 의사, 교사, 군악대원, 간호사, 위생병, 지게부대원, 포목점 주인, 경륜선수, 독립운동가 후손 등 모두 40명의 구술자들의 증언을 바탕으로 3부 550쪽에 걸쳐 임시수도 부산에서의 피란생활에 대한 생생한 경험담을 싣고 있다.    부산시의 학술연구용역을 수행한 부경대는 채영희 학무부총장(국어국문학과 교수)을 책임연구원으로 ‘피란수도 구술 채록 사업단’을 꾸리고 지난 2020년 5월부터 2021년 12월까지 20개월여 간 모두 62명의 구술자를 직접 만나 채록하고, 이 중 40명의 증언을 책에 담았다.    1부는 함경도와 평안도, 황해도 출신 피란민의 피란 경험과 부산 정착 과정에 대한 24명의 기억, 2부는 부산과 인근 지역에서 이주해 온 13명의 당시 부산에 대한 기억, 3부는 중국에서 귀국한 독립운동가족과 일본 귀환 동포의 부산 정착과정에 대한 3명의 기억을 기록했다.    “참…우리가 짬빵이라는 게 있는데 그게 미군부대에서 먹다 남은 음식을 죽에 넣고 그랬다고. 그걸 전문적으로 갖고 나오는 사람이 있어. 그걸 가지고 나오면 건져서 죽을 끓여. 그거를 가져가서 한국 사람들이 먹더라 그러니까 그다음부터 절대 여기다가, 옛날에는 담배꽁초도 나오고 했는데, 절대 불순물을 안 넣는 거라. 안 넣고 거기다가 뭐를 넣냐면은 과일, 복숭아 이런 거 나오면 먹지도 않고 통째로 썰어서 넣는 거라. 먹으라고.”(권혁우 씨·78세)    특히 이 책은 1983년 4월 부산일보사가 임시수도 부산에서 빚어진 갖가지 사건을 기록한 <비화 임시수도 천일> 이후 발간된 보통 사람들의 생생한 증언이라는 점에서 가치가 크다.    사업을 총괄한 채영희 교수는 “연세가 많은 구술자들의 증언을 기록하고 정리해야 해 다급하고 힘든 작업이었지만, 이들의 이야기를 통해 한 시대의 대서사가 드디어 퍼즐을 맞추듯 완성되는 것 같아 보람을 느낄 수 있었다.”라고 밝혔다.    이어 “코로나로 구술 채록에 어려움이 있었지만 구술자들의 가족과 부산시의 협조로 무사히 작업을 마칠 수 있었다. 한국전쟁과 같은 비극이 다지는 일어나질 않길, 수없이 희생된 젊은이들이 잊히지 않길 바라는 구술자들에게 이 책이 작은 위안이 되었으면 한다.”라고 말했다. <부경투데이>

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제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 개최

부경대, 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 개최- 20일 인문사회·경영관 … 7개국 학자 40여 명 참가△ 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 참가자 기념촬영 장면. 국립부경대학교 인문사회과학연구원 글로벌지역학연구소(소장 박상현·국제지역학부 교수)는 부경대 대학원 글로벌지역학과 BK21 사업단, 국제지역연구학회와 공동으로 20일 부경대 인문사회·경영관에서 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회(Trans-Pacific International Conference)를 개최했다.    한국연구재단의 인문사회연구소지원사업, 4단계 BK21 사업 및 국립대학육성사업의 일환으로 열린 이번 국제학술대회는 ‘통합하는 지역, 상쟁하는 국가, 환대하는 도시(Incorporating Regions, Contesting Nations and Embracing Cities)’를 주제로 진행됐다.    이번 국제학술대회에는 한국을 비롯, 미국, 중국, 일본, 베트남 등 환태평양 지역 7개국 학자 40여 명이 온·오프라인으로 참가해 환태평양 지역의 정치, 경제, 사회문화적 역동성 등 다양한 주제로 발표와 토론을 펼쳤다.    이날 고려대 김문조 명예교수, 나고야대 노보루 하야시 교수, 버지니아대 티모시 비틀리 교수 등 세계적인 저명 학자를 초청해 ‘도시, 문화, 그리고 바다(City, Culture and the Sea)’를 주제로 한 특별세션이 진행됐다.    이 특별세션에서 세계적으로 인기를 끌고 있는 책 ‘블루 어바니즘(Blue Urbanism)’의 저자 티모시 비틀리 교수는 기후변화의 시대에는 도시와 바다 간의 연계가능성 모색으로 친해양적 도시계획을 추진해 나가야 한다고 밝혔다.    이어 △환태평양 메가지역의 문화와 발전(Culture and Development in the Trans-Pacific Mega-Region) △환태평양 메가지역의 정치경제(Political Economy in the Trans-Pacific Mega-Region) △학문후속세대 세션 등 총 6개 세션에 걸쳐 학술적 논의가 진행됐다.

동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회 연다

부경대, ‘동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회’ 개최- 20~21일 온라인으로 … 한국·중국·대만·일본·핀란드 연구진 참가국립부경대학교 인문한국플러스(HK+)사업단(단장 손동주)이 1월 20일과 21일 양일간 ‘제4회 동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회’를 온라인으로 개최한다.    ‘동북아해역 인문네트워크의 분절과 갈등’을 주제로 열리는 이번 학술대회에는 한국을 비롯, 중국, 대만, 일본, 핀란드 등 5개국 학자들이 참가한 가운데 발표와 토론을 펼친다.    20일에는 교토대학 오타 이즈루 교수의 기조강연 ‘근현대 중국의 마한 <해권>론의 수용과 변천’을 시작으로 △근대 동아시아의 전쟁 △전쟁 속의 동북아해역 △동북아해역과 냉전 등 3개 세션에서 10회에 걸친 발표와 토론이 진행된다.    이어 21일에는 HK+사업단이 부산에 위치한 사업단의 특색을 활용해 자체 특별 세션인 ‘한국전쟁과 부산’을 마련하고 4회에 걸쳐 발표와 토론을 연다.    부경대 HK+사업단 손동주 단장은 “이번 국제학술대회가 동북아 해역인문학과 관련한 기존 연구를 비판적으로 정리하고, 새로운 과제를 발굴하는 기회가 되기를 바란다.”라고 말했다.    한편 부경대 HK+사업단은 동아시아 지역의 학자들과 함께 인문학적 관점으로 동북아해역을 바라보고, 동북아해역의 중요성과 역할에 주목해 동북아지역의 관계를 건강하게 발전시키기 위해 해마다 국제학술대회를 열고 있다.

'스마트 대학로' 조성사업 설명회 열려

부경대, ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업’ 실시설계 설명회 개최- 7일 대학본부 3층 회의실에서 온라인으로△ 사업 설명회 전경. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) 부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 1월 7일 오후 대학본부 3층 회의실에서 ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업 실시설계 설명회’를 온라인으로 개최했다.    이날 설명회는 부경대 대학로 주변을 ‘스마트 대학로’로 조성하기 위한 ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업’을 대내외에 안내하고 다양한 의견을 청취하기 위해 마련됐다.    이날 설명회에는 장영수 총장, 배병철 부구청장 등 부경대와 남구청 관계자들이 참석한 가운데 ㈜다은이엔씨, STEP 등 이번 사업 용역사의 실시설계 관련 설명과 질의응답 등으로 진행됐다.    장영수 총장은 “이번 사업을 통해 유엔특구인 남구와 젊은이들의 중심지인 부경대 일대가 부산의 대표적 거리가 되고 우리나라의 자랑스러운 명소가 되기를 기대한다.”라고 말했다.    배병철 부구청장은 “오늘 설명회를 통해 가능한 많은 의견을 청취하고 반영해서 좋은 사업결과가 나올 수 있도록 노력하겠다.”라고 말했다.    한편 이번 사업은 1월 중 실시설계용역을 완료하고 2월부터 공사에 들어가 오는 5월 준공을 목표로 하고 있다. 

부경대학교 인사(1. 1.)

부경대학교 인사(1. 1.)△ 임용장 수여식 현장. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) △학사관리과장 하병점△학생복지과장 임영현△기획전략과장 박진욱△대외협력과장 남형구△총무과장 박상훈△재무과장 이광재△학술진흥부장 최희덕△대학원 행정실장 석영암△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원 통합행정실장 이상수△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실장 이기환△교무과 오은미△학생복지과 이순희△학생역량개발과 김종섭△학생역량개발과 김현수△대외협력과(지원) 권석란△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 박혜숙△교무과(지원) 주은경△정보전산원 이상동△선박실습운영센터 김일호△교무과 허은지△학사관리과 김윤정△학생복지과 황상근△기획전략과 임미경△총무과 김건한△재무과 김미은△재무과 김선우△입학관리과 손선미△공학교육혁신센터 황춘락△학술정보원 김진우△선박실습운영센터 공경주△학사관리과 박민정△학생복지과 김지윤△학생복지과 배원태△기획전략과 황순은△총무과 황은지△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 이소영△학부대학 문서윤△대외협력과 김민지△선박실습운영센터 손영남△학생역량개발과 최예진△학부대학(지원) 김규리△총무과 김수진△재무과 손세정△국제교류본부 김종백△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원통합행정실 김재영△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원통합행정실 유근주△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 김순희△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 김성환△공과대학·산업대학원 통합행정실 이혜경△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 이미영△학부대학 신정화△글로벌자율전공학부 원영희△공과대학·산업대학원 통합행정실 윤진영 △학사관리과 오혜진△대학원 행정실 김그리미△교무과(지원) 김다성△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 박종희

"대선 후보들에게 지역 이슈 전달해야"

차재권 교수, 부산일보 인터뷰 기사 게재- 5일 부산일보 지면에 실려    부경대학교 차재권 교수(정치외교학과)의 인터뷰 기사가 1월 5일 부산일보 지면에 게재됐다.    부산일보는 제20대 대통령선거와 제8회 전국동시지방선거를 앞두고 부경대 지방분권발전연구소장을 역임했던 차재권 교수의 인터뷰를 “대선 후보들 지역 어젠다 정책화하도록 역량 모아야”라는 제목으로 이날 21면 톱기사로 실었다.    이 기사에서 차 교수는 “지역 정치인 등이 나서 대선 후보들에게 지역 이슈를 전달하고, 정책 공약으로 자리매김할 수 있게 만들어야 한다.”라면서, “대선과 지선은 국토균형발전은 물론 부울경의 도약을 위한 중요한 원동력이지만, 지금은 그런 노력들이 보이지 않는다.”라고 밝혔다.    이어 기사는 부울경 메가시티 관련 새로운 아이디어가 필요하고, 정부의 균형발전 패러다임도 바꾸자는 차 교수의 제안도 제시했다.    차 교수는 기사에서 “정부가 부울경 메가시티 구축에 필요한 예산을 별도로 마련하게 하고 특별법을 제정하도록 압박하는 등 과감한 주장을 펼쳐야 한다.”라며 “이런 논의를 다룰 수 있는 공론장은 대선이 유일하다. 대선 후보들이 이 같은 요구를 온전히 받아들이지 않는다고 할지라도 논의 자체만으로도 의미가 있다”라고 강조했다.    ▷ 기사 보러가기(클릭!)

국제신문 인터뷰 기사 게재

김도훈 교수, 국제신문 인터뷰 기사 게재- 국제신문 2022 신년기획 <부산 수산업 4.0 시대>부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)의 인터뷰 기사가 1월 3일 국제신문 지면에 게재됐다.국제신문은 이날 6면에 게재한 2022 신년기획 <부산 수산업 4.0 시대>에 ‘한국형 스마트양식 구축사업 …정부 R&D 지원이 성패 갈라’ 기사와 함께 김도훈 교수의 인터뷰를 실었다.국제신문은 지역 수산업의 도약을 위한 스마트양식 시스템 구축, 수산식품 클러스터 조성 등 발전전략에 대해 분석하며 국내 수산정책 전문가로 꼽히는 김도훈 교수를 인터뷰했다. 그는 대통령 직속 수산혁신특별위원회 위원이자 부경대 정책특별보좌관을 맡고 있다.김도훈 교수는 ‘수산업 고도화 위한 市 주도적 정책 마련을’이란 제목의 인터뷰에서 “부산은 수산물 생산기지에서 벗어나 산업 고도화의 원년을 맞았다. 시책도 그에 발맞춰야 한다.”라고 강조했다.그는 “(부산은) 업체와 종사자가 몰려있어 수산업과 관련한 가장 생생한 정보를 빠르게 얻을 수 있으며 관련 분야 국립대가 2곳이나 있어 연구 기반도 갖추고 있다.”라며 “시도 예산 책정 등 수산업 관련 분야의 정책 개발에 집중해 정부 중장기계획에 발맞춰 갈 수 있도록 해야 할 것.”이라고 밝혔다.▷ 기사 보러가기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=0200&key=20220103.22006000135

부산 수산식품 클러스터가 성공하려면?

‘부산, 블루시티로 도약해야’- 조승목 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재국립부경대학교 조승목 교수(식품공학과)의 칼럼 ‘부산, 블루시티로 도약해야’가 12월 16일자 국제신문 12면에 실렸다.조 교수는 “최근 기후 변화로 인한 위기와 푸드테크가 등장해 수산식품의 중요성이 새롭게 강조되고 있다.”라면서, “국내 수산식품 산업에 최근 매우 의미 있는 일이 있었다. 올해 11월 부산의 ‘수산식품 산업 클러스터 조성사업’이 기재부 예비타당성조사를 통과한 것이다.”라며 기대감을 내비쳤다. 그는 “(부산은) 국립수산과학원과 한국해양수산개발원, 부경대 등 관련 국공립 연구기관 및 대학이 거점화되어 있다. 특히 대도시 특성상 다른 해안지역에 비해 석박사급 고급인력 확보가 용이해 연구개발(R&D) 기반 씨푸드테크의 성장이 가능하다.”라고 밝혔다.이어 부산 수산식품 클러스터가 국내 수산식품 산업의 성장동력이 되기 위해서는 “창업교육과 펀드 조성, 산학연계 등의 기업지원 프로그램 운영에 대한 지원이 뒤따라야 한다.”면서, “수산식품 클러스터의 연구개발사업 조성 및 수산식품 국가 연구기관의 설립도 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.▷ 칼럼 보러 가기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=0200&key=20211216.22012004695

맛 좋은 제철 굴 안심하고 먹으려면?

“바다의 우유 ‘굴’ 안전하게 즐기자”- 김영목 교수, <뉴스1> 칼럼 게재    국립부경대학교 학생처장 김영목 교수(식품공학과)의 칼럼 “바다의 우유 ‘굴’ 안전하게 즐기자”가 12월 20일 언론사 <뉴스1>에 게재됐다.    김영목 교수는 “겨울철 영양식으로 식탁에 오르는 굴을 안심하고 먹을 수 있도록 노로바이러스에 대한 정보와 굴의 위생관리 현황에 대해 소비자들에게 소개하고자 한다.”라고 칼럼의 주제를 밝혔다.    김 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “가장 큰 오해는 대부분의 사람들이 패류 섭취를 통해서 노로바이러스가 감염되는 것으로 알고 있는 점이다. … 사실 가장 주요한 전파 경로는 사람 간 접촉이며 일부 가열하지 않고 먹는 신선 식품이 오염된다면 전파 매개체가 될 수 있다.”라고 지적했다.    이어 “노로바이러스 식중독을 예방하기 위해서는 일반 세균성 식중독과 마찬가지로 손 씻기 등 '개인 위생관리'를 철저히 하는 것이 중요하다.”면서, “충분히 가열해 섭취하고 식품 조리기구 등에 의한 2차 오염을 방지한다면 맛 좋은 제철 굴을 노로바이러스의 걱정 없이 안심하고 먹을 수 있을 것.”이라고 밝혔다.    그는 “우리나라도 전 세계 패류 위생관리 분야에서 선도적 위치에 있는 미국의 '국가패류위생관리프로그램'에 상응하는 '한국패류위생계'’을 1970년대부터 운용하고 있다.”라면서, “(수산물 안전성 확보는) 국민 모두가 수산물 안전의 중요성을 인식하고 삶의 터전이자 휴식의 공간인 바다를 오염시키지 않겠다는 의식을 가지고 동참할 때 가능해질 것.”이라고 강조했다.    ▷ 칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)

국제학술지 연구논문 게재

부경대 김도상 명예교수, 국제학술지 연구논문 게재- 응용수학 분야 ‘Mathematical Programming’에 게재국립부경대학교 김도상 명예교수(응용수학과)의 연구논문 ‘Existence of efficient and properly efficient solutions to problems of constrained vector optimization’이 응용수학 분야 세계적 학술지인 ‘Mathematical Programming’에 최근 게재됐다.김 교수는 이 연구논문에서 수리최적화 분야의 중요한 미해결 문제 중 하나인 제약이 있는 벡터 최적화 문제에서 ‘Pareto 해’와 ‘진성 Pareto 해’의 존재성을 밝혔다.그는 변분 해석학과 일반화된 미분에 관한 새로운 기법을 사용해 제약 집합에 대한 벡터 비용 사상에 대해 적절성과 M-tameness 및 Palais-Smale 조건의 개념 사이 관계를 처음으로 정립했다.이 연구는 제약 집합에 대한 유계성 가정이 없는 비원활 벡터 최적화 문제의 대역 최적해에 관한 존재성을 규명하는데 크게 기여한 것으로 평가받고 있다.이 연구는 한국연구재단 중견연구자 지원사업으로 수행됐으며, 연구 책임자인 김 교수를 비롯해 변분 해석학과 최적화 분야의 세계적 석학인 미국 웨인주립대 B. Mordukhovich 교수 등이 참여했다.‘Mathematical Programming’은 인용지수(IF) 3.995, JCR 응용수학 분야 상위 3.39% (9/265), Google Scholar 수리최적화 분야 1/20인 세계적 학술지다.

Kang Hyun-Wook | Developed an endoscopic laser treatment of biliary stricture

PKNU newly developed an endoscopic laser treatment of biliary strictureProfessor Kang Hyun-Wook A research team from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Pukyong National University (President Jang Young-Soo) has developed a new endoscopic laser treatment that can shorten the recovery period and reduce costs in the treatment of biliary stricture, drawing attention from the academic community.    Pukyong National University has announced that Professor Kang Hyun-Wook of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Researcher Van Gia Truong, who completed a doctorate in the Department of Industry 4.0 Convergence Bionics Engineering, developed a new laser treatment technology based on an endoscope and conducted a clinical trial and it has been approved of a class 3 medical device trial plan (IND) by the Korea Food and Drug Administration. A Class 3 medical device is classified as a medical device that can be inserted into the human body for a certain period of time or has a high potential risk, therefore, the approval of the clinical trial plan for this device means that clinical trials for commercialization of medical devices will be accelerated, not at the laboratory level. This stricture of bile duct is a disease with a high risk of early death, with symptoms such as malnutrition and jaundice due to the biliary drainage inability. Currently, this is treated with endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography (ERCP), which is intubated with a stent, but there are limitations in that the stent needs to be replaced every 6 months, and the procedure is frequent and expensive due to problems with stent movement and blockages.    The laser treatment technology developed by the research team is an effective endoscopy-based local therapy using a light delivery device (BCDA) fused with an optical fiber and a catheter to uniformly deliver laser light to the inner wall of the bile duct to perform contact-free thermotherapy, while at the same time expanding the stenosed tissue with a catheter. As a result of preclinical testing, treatment efficacy has been confirmed with uniform tissue expansion treatment, and initial stability has been also secured by minimizing complications such as inflammatory reaction and perforation. The research team expects that by applying this technology, it will be possible to improve the quality patient's life and reduce socio-economic costs by shortening the recovery period. The research was carried out with support from the Health and Medical Technology R&D Project (hosted by Prof. Jeong Seok of Inha University Hospital) and the National Research Foundation's Key Research Center Support Project (hosted by Professor Jeong Won-Kyo, Pukyong National University). The research team received approval for a clinical test plan hosted by Bluecore Company Co., Ltd., a company specializing in medical device manufacturing, and plans to conduct clinical trials from next year based on this.  

Jung Sung-Chul | Paper on Journal of RSC

PKNU researchers have found a way to improve the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteriesProfessor Jung Sung-Chul    A research team led by Professor Jung Sung-Chul (Dept. of Physics) at Pukyong National University succeeded in discovering the ion transport mechanism of a metal organic framework that can increase the efficiency of lithium-sulfur secondary batteries. Professor Jung and researcher Jeon Tae -Gon (Department of Physics · Research Center for Nano Science and Technology) have identified the mechanism at the atomic-level by which the HKUST-1 metal-organic framework-based separator blocks the movement of lithium polysulfide while effectively allowing only lithium ions to pass through. The metal-organic framework is a microporous material used in the fields of secondary batteries, hydrogen storage, catalysts, sensors, and drug delivery. Lithium-sulfur secondary batteries have a chronic shuttle phenomenon in which lithium polysulfide passes through the separator and repeatedly reciprocates between the positive and negative electrodes.Professor Jung's research team identified the fact that not only the size of the pores of the metal-organic framework, but also the solvation structure of ions or molecules passing through the metal-organic framework are important factors that can pass through the separation membrane through the first principle calculation simulation study. The presence or absence of chemical bonds between active sites and ions or molecules of the metal-organic framework was also found to be an important factor. Professor Jung said, "The results of this study can be very useful information not only to solve the shuttle phenomenon of lithium polysulfide, but also to design a metal-organic framework separator for a general liquid electrolyte-based metal-ion battery," he added, "I expect that it will also be helpful in the process of controlling the selective movement and blocking of only the target material in general microporous materials." This research was conducted with the support of the Ministry of Science and ICT (middle-level research), and has been recently published online by the Royal Society of Chemistry, (Citation Index = 12.732).

Lee Song-Yi | Paper on an international journal

PKNU, published a review paper 'Recent Strategies to Develop Innovative Photosensitizers for Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy' in this journalProfessor Lee Song-Yi A research team led by Professor Lee Song-Yi of Pukyong National University (Dept. of Chemistry, Dept. of Industry 4.0 Convergence Bionics Engineering) is attracting public attention by publishing a review paper in 'Chemical Reviews (IF=60.62)', the top international academic journal in the field of basic science. Professor Lee, Thanh Chung Pham (completed doctoral), and Choi Young-Hwan (2 years in master's program), and other research teams recently published a review paper 'Recent Strategies to Develop Innovative Photosensitizers for Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy' in this journal. ‘Chemical Reviews’ published by the Journal of the American Chemical Society (ACS Publications) is an academic journal that summarizes research trends and prospects in the field of chemistry, and is recognized as having the greatest influence among researchers in this field. In this paper, Professor Lee's research team presented a strategy to develop photosensitizers, a photoactive chemical used in photodynamic therapy, which is one of the photochemical-based treatments for diseases such as cancer and infectious diseases.The research team gained attraction by unvailing research strategy and development and application research trends and research strategies for photosensitizers, which are currently being actively conducted in relation to photodynamic therapy, which removes target tissues with light of a specific wavelength after injection of a photosensitizer for non-invasive treatment of diseases such as cancer. The research team pointed out that most of the existing papers on the development of photosensitizers focus only on nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Instead, they presented intuitive and specific insights for the development of innovative organic photosensitizers by presenting research results related to the structural design and development of organic photosensitizers for effective and improved photodynamic therapy. Professor Lee is actively conducting research on the development of Polydiacetylenes, PDAs, CDr (Continuous Depolymerization after a Reaction-based detection) and research on the design and synthesis of organic functional materials under the theme of ‘research on intelligent functional materials for signal amplification’.

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 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

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제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 개최

부경대, 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 개최- 20일 인문사회·경영관 … 7개국 학자 40여 명 참가△ 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회 참가자 기념촬영 장면. 국립부경대학교 인문사회과학연구원 글로벌지역학연구소(소장 박상현·국제지역학부 교수)는 부경대 대학원 글로벌지역학과 BK21 사업단, 국제지역연구학회와 공동으로 20일 부경대 인문사회·경영관에서 제10회 환태평양 국제학술대회(Trans-Pacific International Conference)를 개최했다.    한국연구재단의 인문사회연구소지원사업, 4단계 BK21 사업 및 국립대학육성사업의 일환으로 열린 이번 국제학술대회는 ‘통합하는 지역, 상쟁하는 국가, 환대하는 도시(Incorporating Regions, Contesting Nations and Embracing Cities)’를 주제로 진행됐다.    이번 국제학술대회에는 한국을 비롯, 미국, 중국, 일본, 베트남 등 환태평양 지역 7개국 학자 40여 명이 온·오프라인으로 참가해 환태평양 지역의 정치, 경제, 사회문화적 역동성 등 다양한 주제로 발표와 토론을 펼쳤다.    이날 고려대 김문조 명예교수, 나고야대 노보루 하야시 교수, 버지니아대 티모시 비틀리 교수 등 세계적인 저명 학자를 초청해 ‘도시, 문화, 그리고 바다(City, Culture and the Sea)’를 주제로 한 특별세션이 진행됐다.    이 특별세션에서 세계적으로 인기를 끌고 있는 책 ‘블루 어바니즘(Blue Urbanism)’의 저자 티모시 비틀리 교수는 기후변화의 시대에는 도시와 바다 간의 연계가능성 모색으로 친해양적 도시계획을 추진해 나가야 한다고 밝혔다.    이어 △환태평양 메가지역의 문화와 발전(Culture and Development in the Trans-Pacific Mega-Region) △환태평양 메가지역의 정치경제(Political Economy in the Trans-Pacific Mega-Region) △학문후속세대 세션 등 총 6개 세션에 걸쳐 학술적 논의가 진행됐다.

동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회 연다

부경대, ‘동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회’ 개최- 20~21일 온라인으로 … 한국·중국·대만·일본·핀란드 연구진 참가국립부경대학교 인문한국플러스(HK+)사업단(단장 손동주)이 1월 20일과 21일 양일간 ‘제4회 동북아해역과 인문네트워크 국제학술대회’를 온라인으로 개최한다.    ‘동북아해역 인문네트워크의 분절과 갈등’을 주제로 열리는 이번 학술대회에는 한국을 비롯, 중국, 대만, 일본, 핀란드 등 5개국 학자들이 참가한 가운데 발표와 토론을 펼친다.    20일에는 교토대학 오타 이즈루 교수의 기조강연 ‘근현대 중국의 마한 <해권>론의 수용과 변천’을 시작으로 △근대 동아시아의 전쟁 △전쟁 속의 동북아해역 △동북아해역과 냉전 등 3개 세션에서 10회에 걸친 발표와 토론이 진행된다.    이어 21일에는 HK+사업단이 부산에 위치한 사업단의 특색을 활용해 자체 특별 세션인 ‘한국전쟁과 부산’을 마련하고 4회에 걸쳐 발표와 토론을 연다.    부경대 HK+사업단 손동주 단장은 “이번 국제학술대회가 동북아 해역인문학과 관련한 기존 연구를 비판적으로 정리하고, 새로운 과제를 발굴하는 기회가 되기를 바란다.”라고 말했다.    한편 부경대 HK+사업단은 동아시아 지역의 학자들과 함께 인문학적 관점으로 동북아해역을 바라보고, 동북아해역의 중요성과 역할에 주목해 동북아지역의 관계를 건강하게 발전시키기 위해 해마다 국제학술대회를 열고 있다.

'스마트 대학로' 조성사업 설명회 열려

부경대, ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업’ 실시설계 설명회 개최- 7일 대학본부 3층 회의실에서 온라인으로△ 사업 설명회 전경. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) 부경대학교(총장 장영수)는 1월 7일 오후 대학본부 3층 회의실에서 ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업 실시설계 설명회’를 온라인으로 개최했다.    이날 설명회는 부경대 대학로 주변을 ‘스마트 대학로’로 조성하기 위한 ‘대학로 스마트 컬처스트리트 조성사업’을 대내외에 안내하고 다양한 의견을 청취하기 위해 마련됐다.    이날 설명회에는 장영수 총장, 배병철 부구청장 등 부경대와 남구청 관계자들이 참석한 가운데 ㈜다은이엔씨, STEP 등 이번 사업 용역사의 실시설계 관련 설명과 질의응답 등으로 진행됐다.    장영수 총장은 “이번 사업을 통해 유엔특구인 남구와 젊은이들의 중심지인 부경대 일대가 부산의 대표적 거리가 되고 우리나라의 자랑스러운 명소가 되기를 기대한다.”라고 말했다.    배병철 부구청장은 “오늘 설명회를 통해 가능한 많은 의견을 청취하고 반영해서 좋은 사업결과가 나올 수 있도록 노력하겠다.”라고 말했다.    한편 이번 사업은 1월 중 실시설계용역을 완료하고 2월부터 공사에 들어가 오는 5월 준공을 목표로 하고 있다. 

부경대학교 인사(1. 1.)

부경대학교 인사(1. 1.)△ 임용장 수여식 현장. ⓒ사진 이성재(대외홍보팀) △학사관리과장 하병점△학생복지과장 임영현△기획전략과장 박진욱△대외협력과장 남형구△총무과장 박상훈△재무과장 이광재△학술진흥부장 최희덕△대학원 행정실장 석영암△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원 통합행정실장 이상수△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실장 이기환△교무과 오은미△학생복지과 이순희△학생역량개발과 김종섭△학생역량개발과 김현수△대외협력과(지원) 권석란△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 박혜숙△교무과(지원) 주은경△정보전산원 이상동△선박실습운영센터 김일호△교무과 허은지△학사관리과 김윤정△학생복지과 황상근△기획전략과 임미경△총무과 김건한△재무과 김미은△재무과 김선우△입학관리과 손선미△공학교육혁신센터 황춘락△학술정보원 김진우△선박실습운영센터 공경주△학사관리과 박민정△학생복지과 김지윤△학생복지과 배원태△기획전략과 황순은△총무과 황은지△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 이소영△학부대학 문서윤△대외협력과 김민지△선박실습운영센터 손영남△학생역량개발과 최예진△학부대학(지원) 김규리△총무과 김수진△재무과 손세정△국제교류본부 김종백△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원통합행정실 김재영△인문사회과학대학·글로벌정책대학원통합행정실 유근주△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 김순희△자연과학대학·경영대학·교육대학원·경영대학원 통합행정실 김성환△공과대학·산업대학원 통합행정실 이혜경△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 이미영△학부대학 신정화△글로벌자율전공학부 원영희△공과대학·산업대학원 통합행정실 윤진영 △학사관리과 오혜진△대학원 행정실 김그리미△교무과(지원) 김다성△수산과학대학·환경·해양대학·글로벌수산대학원 통합행정실 박종희

"대선 후보들에게 지역 이슈 전달해야"

차재권 교수, 부산일보 인터뷰 기사 게재- 5일 부산일보 지면에 실려    부경대학교 차재권 교수(정치외교학과)의 인터뷰 기사가 1월 5일 부산일보 지면에 게재됐다.    부산일보는 제20대 대통령선거와 제8회 전국동시지방선거를 앞두고 부경대 지방분권발전연구소장을 역임했던 차재권 교수의 인터뷰를 “대선 후보들 지역 어젠다 정책화하도록 역량 모아야”라는 제목으로 이날 21면 톱기사로 실었다.    이 기사에서 차 교수는 “지역 정치인 등이 나서 대선 후보들에게 지역 이슈를 전달하고, 정책 공약으로 자리매김할 수 있게 만들어야 한다.”라면서, “대선과 지선은 국토균형발전은 물론 부울경의 도약을 위한 중요한 원동력이지만, 지금은 그런 노력들이 보이지 않는다.”라고 밝혔다.    이어 기사는 부울경 메가시티 관련 새로운 아이디어가 필요하고, 정부의 균형발전 패러다임도 바꾸자는 차 교수의 제안도 제시했다.    차 교수는 기사에서 “정부가 부울경 메가시티 구축에 필요한 예산을 별도로 마련하게 하고 특별법을 제정하도록 압박하는 등 과감한 주장을 펼쳐야 한다.”라며 “이런 논의를 다룰 수 있는 공론장은 대선이 유일하다. 대선 후보들이 이 같은 요구를 온전히 받아들이지 않는다고 할지라도 논의 자체만으로도 의미가 있다”라고 강조했다.    ▷ 기사 보러가기(클릭!)

국제신문 인터뷰 기사 게재

김도훈 교수, 국제신문 인터뷰 기사 게재- 국제신문 2022 신년기획 <부산 수산업 4.0 시대>부경대학교 김도훈 교수(해양수산경영학과)의 인터뷰 기사가 1월 3일 국제신문 지면에 게재됐다.국제신문은 이날 6면에 게재한 2022 신년기획 <부산 수산업 4.0 시대>에 ‘한국형 스마트양식 구축사업 …정부 R&D 지원이 성패 갈라’ 기사와 함께 김도훈 교수의 인터뷰를 실었다.국제신문은 지역 수산업의 도약을 위한 스마트양식 시스템 구축, 수산식품 클러스터 조성 등 발전전략에 대해 분석하며 국내 수산정책 전문가로 꼽히는 김도훈 교수를 인터뷰했다. 그는 대통령 직속 수산혁신특별위원회 위원이자 부경대 정책특별보좌관을 맡고 있다.김도훈 교수는 ‘수산업 고도화 위한 市 주도적 정책 마련을’이란 제목의 인터뷰에서 “부산은 수산물 생산기지에서 벗어나 산업 고도화의 원년을 맞았다. 시책도 그에 발맞춰야 한다.”라고 강조했다.그는 “(부산은) 업체와 종사자가 몰려있어 수산업과 관련한 가장 생생한 정보를 빠르게 얻을 수 있으며 관련 분야 국립대가 2곳이나 있어 연구 기반도 갖추고 있다.”라며 “시도 예산 책정 등 수산업 관련 분야의 정책 개발에 집중해 정부 중장기계획에 발맞춰 갈 수 있도록 해야 할 것.”이라고 밝혔다.▷ 기사 보러가기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=0200&key=20220103.22006000135

부산 수산식품 클러스터가 성공하려면?

‘부산, 블루시티로 도약해야’- 조승목 교수, 국제신문 칼럼 게재국립부경대학교 조승목 교수(식품공학과)의 칼럼 ‘부산, 블루시티로 도약해야’가 12월 16일자 국제신문 12면에 실렸다.조 교수는 “최근 기후 변화로 인한 위기와 푸드테크가 등장해 수산식품의 중요성이 새롭게 강조되고 있다.”라면서, “국내 수산식품 산업에 최근 매우 의미 있는 일이 있었다. 올해 11월 부산의 ‘수산식품 산업 클러스터 조성사업’이 기재부 예비타당성조사를 통과한 것이다.”라며 기대감을 내비쳤다. 그는 “(부산은) 국립수산과학원과 한국해양수산개발원, 부경대 등 관련 국공립 연구기관 및 대학이 거점화되어 있다. 특히 대도시 특성상 다른 해안지역에 비해 석박사급 고급인력 확보가 용이해 연구개발(R&D) 기반 씨푸드테크의 성장이 가능하다.”라고 밝혔다.이어 부산 수산식품 클러스터가 국내 수산식품 산업의 성장동력이 되기 위해서는 “창업교육과 펀드 조성, 산학연계 등의 기업지원 프로그램 운영에 대한 지원이 뒤따라야 한다.”면서, “수산식품 클러스터의 연구개발사업 조성 및 수산식품 국가 연구기관의 설립도 필요하다.”라고 주장했다.▷ 칼럼 보러 가기(클릭!)http://www.kookje.co.kr/news2011/asp/newsbody.asp?code=0200&key=20211216.22012004695

맛 좋은 제철 굴 안심하고 먹으려면?

“바다의 우유 ‘굴’ 안전하게 즐기자”- 김영목 교수, <뉴스1> 칼럼 게재    국립부경대학교 학생처장 김영목 교수(식품공학과)의 칼럼 “바다의 우유 ‘굴’ 안전하게 즐기자”가 12월 20일 언론사 <뉴스1>에 게재됐다.    김영목 교수는 “겨울철 영양식으로 식탁에 오르는 굴을 안심하고 먹을 수 있도록 노로바이러스에 대한 정보와 굴의 위생관리 현황에 대해 소비자들에게 소개하고자 한다.”라고 칼럼의 주제를 밝혔다.    김 교수는 이 칼럼에서 “가장 큰 오해는 대부분의 사람들이 패류 섭취를 통해서 노로바이러스가 감염되는 것으로 알고 있는 점이다. … 사실 가장 주요한 전파 경로는 사람 간 접촉이며 일부 가열하지 않고 먹는 신선 식품이 오염된다면 전파 매개체가 될 수 있다.”라고 지적했다.    이어 “노로바이러스 식중독을 예방하기 위해서는 일반 세균성 식중독과 마찬가지로 손 씻기 등 '개인 위생관리'를 철저히 하는 것이 중요하다.”면서, “충분히 가열해 섭취하고 식품 조리기구 등에 의한 2차 오염을 방지한다면 맛 좋은 제철 굴을 노로바이러스의 걱정 없이 안심하고 먹을 수 있을 것.”이라고 밝혔다.    그는 “우리나라도 전 세계 패류 위생관리 분야에서 선도적 위치에 있는 미국의 '국가패류위생관리프로그램'에 상응하는 '한국패류위생계'’을 1970년대부터 운용하고 있다.”라면서, “(수산물 안전성 확보는) 국민 모두가 수산물 안전의 중요성을 인식하고 삶의 터전이자 휴식의 공간인 바다를 오염시키지 않겠다는 의식을 가지고 동참할 때 가능해질 것.”이라고 강조했다.    ▷ 칼럼 전문 보기(클릭!)

국제학술지 연구논문 게재

부경대 김도상 명예교수, 국제학술지 연구논문 게재- 응용수학 분야 ‘Mathematical Programming’에 게재국립부경대학교 김도상 명예교수(응용수학과)의 연구논문 ‘Existence of efficient and properly efficient solutions to problems of constrained vector optimization’이 응용수학 분야 세계적 학술지인 ‘Mathematical Programming’에 최근 게재됐다.김 교수는 이 연구논문에서 수리최적화 분야의 중요한 미해결 문제 중 하나인 제약이 있는 벡터 최적화 문제에서 ‘Pareto 해’와 ‘진성 Pareto 해’의 존재성을 밝혔다.그는 변분 해석학과 일반화된 미분에 관한 새로운 기법을 사용해 제약 집합에 대한 벡터 비용 사상에 대해 적절성과 M-tameness 및 Palais-Smale 조건의 개념 사이 관계를 처음으로 정립했다.이 연구는 제약 집합에 대한 유계성 가정이 없는 비원활 벡터 최적화 문제의 대역 최적해에 관한 존재성을 규명하는데 크게 기여한 것으로 평가받고 있다.이 연구는 한국연구재단 중견연구자 지원사업으로 수행됐으며, 연구 책임자인 김 교수를 비롯해 변분 해석학과 최적화 분야의 세계적 석학인 미국 웨인주립대 B. Mordukhovich 교수 등이 참여했다.‘Mathematical Programming’은 인용지수(IF) 3.995, JCR 응용수학 분야 상위 3.39% (9/265), Google Scholar 수리최적화 분야 1/20인 세계적 학술지다.

Kang Hyun-Wook | Developed an endoscopic laser treatment of biliary stricture

PKNU newly developed an endoscopic laser treatment of biliary strictureProfessor Kang Hyun-Wook A research team from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Pukyong National University (President Jang Young-Soo) has developed a new endoscopic laser treatment that can shorten the recovery period and reduce costs in the treatment of biliary stricture, drawing attention from the academic community.    Pukyong National University has announced that Professor Kang Hyun-Wook of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Researcher Van Gia Truong, who completed a doctorate in the Department of Industry 4.0 Convergence Bionics Engineering, developed a new laser treatment technology based on an endoscope and conducted a clinical trial and it has been approved of a class 3 medical device trial plan (IND) by the Korea Food and Drug Administration. A Class 3 medical device is classified as a medical device that can be inserted into the human body for a certain period of time or has a high potential risk, therefore, the approval of the clinical trial plan for this device means that clinical trials for commercialization of medical devices will be accelerated, not at the laboratory level. This stricture of bile duct is a disease with a high risk of early death, with symptoms such as malnutrition and jaundice due to the biliary drainage inability. Currently, this is treated with endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography (ERCP), which is intubated with a stent, but there are limitations in that the stent needs to be replaced every 6 months, and the procedure is frequent and expensive due to problems with stent movement and blockages.    The laser treatment technology developed by the research team is an effective endoscopy-based local therapy using a light delivery device (BCDA) fused with an optical fiber and a catheter to uniformly deliver laser light to the inner wall of the bile duct to perform contact-free thermotherapy, while at the same time expanding the stenosed tissue with a catheter. As a result of preclinical testing, treatment efficacy has been confirmed with uniform tissue expansion treatment, and initial stability has been also secured by minimizing complications such as inflammatory reaction and perforation. The research team expects that by applying this technology, it will be possible to improve the quality patient's life and reduce socio-economic costs by shortening the recovery period. The research was carried out with support from the Health and Medical Technology R&D Project (hosted by Prof. Jeong Seok of Inha University Hospital) and the National Research Foundation's Key Research Center Support Project (hosted by Professor Jeong Won-Kyo, Pukyong National University). The research team received approval for a clinical test plan hosted by Bluecore Company Co., Ltd., a company specializing in medical device manufacturing, and plans to conduct clinical trials from next year based on this.  

Jung Sung-Chul | Paper on Journal of RSC

PKNU researchers have found a way to improve the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteriesProfessor Jung Sung-Chul    A research team led by Professor Jung Sung-Chul (Dept. of Physics) at Pukyong National University succeeded in discovering the ion transport mechanism of a metal organic framework that can increase the efficiency of lithium-sulfur secondary batteries. Professor Jung and researcher Jeon Tae -Gon (Department of Physics · Research Center for Nano Science and Technology) have identified the mechanism at the atomic-level by which the HKUST-1 metal-organic framework-based separator blocks the movement of lithium polysulfide while effectively allowing only lithium ions to pass through. The metal-organic framework is a microporous material used in the fields of secondary batteries, hydrogen storage, catalysts, sensors, and drug delivery. Lithium-sulfur secondary batteries have a chronic shuttle phenomenon in which lithium polysulfide passes through the separator and repeatedly reciprocates between the positive and negative electrodes.Professor Jung's research team identified the fact that not only the size of the pores of the metal-organic framework, but also the solvation structure of ions or molecules passing through the metal-organic framework are important factors that can pass through the separation membrane through the first principle calculation simulation study. The presence or absence of chemical bonds between active sites and ions or molecules of the metal-organic framework was also found to be an important factor. Professor Jung said, "The results of this study can be very useful information not only to solve the shuttle phenomenon of lithium polysulfide, but also to design a metal-organic framework separator for a general liquid electrolyte-based metal-ion battery," he added, "I expect that it will also be helpful in the process of controlling the selective movement and blocking of only the target material in general microporous materials." This research was conducted with the support of the Ministry of Science and ICT (middle-level research), and has been recently published online by the Royal Society of Chemistry, (Citation Index = 12.732).

Lee Song-Yi | Paper on an international journal

PKNU, published a review paper 'Recent Strategies to Develop Innovative Photosensitizers for Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy' in this journalProfessor Lee Song-Yi A research team led by Professor Lee Song-Yi of Pukyong National University (Dept. of Chemistry, Dept. of Industry 4.0 Convergence Bionics Engineering) is attracting public attention by publishing a review paper in 'Chemical Reviews (IF=60.62)', the top international academic journal in the field of basic science. Professor Lee, Thanh Chung Pham (completed doctoral), and Choi Young-Hwan (2 years in master's program), and other research teams recently published a review paper 'Recent Strategies to Develop Innovative Photosensitizers for Enhanced Photodynamic Therapy' in this journal. ‘Chemical Reviews’ published by the Journal of the American Chemical Society (ACS Publications) is an academic journal that summarizes research trends and prospects in the field of chemistry, and is recognized as having the greatest influence among researchers in this field. In this paper, Professor Lee's research team presented a strategy to develop photosensitizers, a photoactive chemical used in photodynamic therapy, which is one of the photochemical-based treatments for diseases such as cancer and infectious diseases.The research team gained attraction by unvailing research strategy and development and application research trends and research strategies for photosensitizers, which are currently being actively conducted in relation to photodynamic therapy, which removes target tissues with light of a specific wavelength after injection of a photosensitizer for non-invasive treatment of diseases such as cancer. The research team pointed out that most of the existing papers on the development of photosensitizers focus only on nanomaterials and nanotechnology. Instead, they presented intuitive and specific insights for the development of innovative organic photosensitizers by presenting research results related to the structural design and development of organic photosensitizers for effective and improved photodynamic therapy. Professor Lee is actively conducting research on the development of Polydiacetylenes, PDAs, CDr (Continuous Depolymerization after a Reaction-based detection) and research on the design and synthesis of organic functional materials under the theme of ‘research on intelligent functional materials for signal amplification’.

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 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