ME Faculty Collaborate with Korean Colleagues

ME Faculty Collaborate with Korean Colleagues

ME Faculty Collaborate with Korean Colleagues

The first international workshop between Hanyang University and the University of Maryland was held at Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea on January 13, 2006. The workshop was organized by Professors Jae-Eung Oh and Kyung-Soo Yi of Hanyang University, and Professors Avram Bar-Cohen and Bongtae Han of Maryland's department of mechanical engineering, who have been working on this collaboration since early 2004.

Professors from both institutions made technical presentations on their current and future research activities. A panel discussion followed to establish collaborative research activities between the two institutions.

The titles of the presentations from Maryland professors were: Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Systems for Biomolecular Analysis, by Prof. Don Devoe; and Integrated Product and Process Development for Molded Multi-Material Structures by Prof. S. K. Gupta. Hanyang was represented by Prof. Kim Woo-Seung and his presentation on The Fabrication and Numerical Analysis on the Soft Lithography-based pH Self-Regulating System; and Application of Growth Strain Method for Shape Optimization by Prof. Han Seog Young.

February 7, 2006


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