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Non-Tenured Faculty Awards

Passion for advanced materials

We find promising items that will lead the market for advanced materials

An award program is designed to construct overseas R&D network and to expand a range of research and development. We promote the sharing and cooperative research and development of technology through mutual exchange from the early stages of research, targeting assistant professors with less than 7 years of teaching experience in the field, relevant to advanced materials business, such as Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials, and Polymer. This allows us to seek to find promising items that will lead not only domestic but also overseas markets of next-generation high-tech materials.

Information on Non-Tenured Faculty Awards

Selection
We operate the Advisory Board and
select 2 people per year.
Symposium
The winners will hold seminars and
technical consultations once a year
in Korea (for two years).

3rd Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2017

3rd Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2017 image
Patrick Chang Dong Lee (Assistant Professor)
- Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Vermont
- 2006, University of Toronto,
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, PhD
SungWoo Nam (Assistant Professor)
- Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign(UIUC)
- 2011, Harvard University Applied Physics, PhD

2nd Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2016

2nd Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2016 image
Woosoo Kim (Assistant Professor)
- Mechatronic Systems Engineering,
Simon Fraser University
- Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, 2006, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Seung-Woo Lee (Assistant Professor)
- Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) Ph.D.
- Chemical Engineering 2010, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

1st Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2015

1st Winners of Non-Tenured Faculty Awards in 2015 image
Jongseung Yoon (Assistant Professor)
- Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Southern California
- Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, 2006, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Hyun-Joong Chung (Assistant Professor)
- Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta
- Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering, 2005, University of Pennsylvania