Urban space into Architecture. A Study on the Closeness of Urban Space and Architecture
MR. LEE, Kwangjin
Klee&yahn / Max Dudler Gmbh
CFD simulations for understanding CO2 exchange behaviour of rural houses with different permeable facades in sub-Saharan Africa
DR. LEE, Daniel sang-hoon
The Royal Danish Academy
Dr Lee has his background education in Structural Engineering with Architecture at the University of Edinburgh, where he acquired all his degrees, MEng and Ph.D. He joined the Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture in 2010, and started his research with international collaborators for advanced structural systems. In the earlier years, he spent most of the time in the design and simulations of different deployable and facetted thin shell structures. In the recent years, his collaborations have expanded to different fields based on advanced simulation capacities. Currently, he is part of international projects, in which the objectives vary from understanding the structural behavior of dynamic building facades to the role of architectural design in reducing the risk of Malaria in Sub-Saharan region in Africa.
Building ventilation in relation to outdoor air quality: How well can we engineer it?
MR. BELIAS, Evangelos
École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne, EPFL
Evangelos Belias is a PhD candidate at the Human-Oriented Built Environment Lab (HOBEL) of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). His research focuses on the indoor environmental quality and the energy efficiency of buildings. He holds an EPFL innovators scholarship, and in parallel, he works as a building physics consultant in the industry.
Where the movement stays
MR. KIM, Ki jun
Atelier Ki Jun Kim
Ki Jun Kim studied architecture at Korea University (B. Eng.), at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and at the University of the Arts in Berlin (Dipl. -Ing.) with DAAD scholarship. He worked as an Architect in various architectural offices including Ison Architects, Peter Zumthor, Diener & Diener and Barkow Leibinger and as an Assistant Professor at Institue for Sustainable Urbanism, Department of Architecture at Technical University of Braunschweig.
Analyzing urban spatial characteristics for sustainable and resilient cities
PROF. KIM, Youngchul
Young (Youngchul) KIM, Ph.D. is an associate professor of urban design at KAIST and an urban designer, licensed architect, researcher and educator. He teaches history, theory and design in architecture and urbanism. His current research interests include planning and design strategies in the era of climate change and urban analytics for capturing urban invisible characteristics. His urban research and design practice both explore roles of built environments in human being's daily challenges. Prof. Youngchul Kim, PhD, Architect Associate Professor of Urban Design, KAIST Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Director, KAIST Smart City Research Center Director, KAIST Urban Design Lab Education: University of Michigan, PhD Seoul National University, MS Seoul National University, BS Recent Journal Publications: Choi J, No W, Park M, Kim Y (2022) Inferring land use from spatiotemporal taxi ride data, Applied Geography, 142: 102688. Lee S, Jang KM, Kang N, Kim J, Oh M, Kim Y (2022) Redesigning urban elements and structures considering autonomous vehicles: Preparing design strategies for wide implementation in cities, Cities, 123: 103595. Kim Y, Kim Y (2022) Explainable heat-related mortality with random forest and SHapley Additive exPlanations (SHAP) models, Sustainable Cities and Society, 79: 103677.
EEG Analysis on outdoor advertisement in urban street environment
PROF. LEE, Seung ji
Incheon Catholic University
Associate Professor, Ph.D, EDAC School of Fine Arts, Incheon Catholic University Director of Healthcare Design Lab Seung Ji Lee is a professor at the Department of Environmental Design at undergraduate and the head of the Department of Healthcare Design in the graudate school in Incheon Catholic University. She also heads the Healthcare Design Lab. She has focused on urban and street environments that can improve the quality of human life. In recent years, studies and experiments have been conducted focusing on the relationship between our physical environment and human health.
Air-sea interaction during the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones in the Northwestern Pacific
DR. KANG, Sok kuh
Korea Institute Of Ocean Science And Technology
Ocean-Ice interaction in the Antarctic in a warming world
DR. LEE, Won sang
Korea Polar Research Institute
IAOOS (Ice Atmosphere Ocean Observing System) project for monitoring Arctic change: Collaboration with Korea
PROF. PROVOST, Christine
Locean, Sorbonne University
Highly-selective low-temperature catalysis initiated by electron transfer from sub-nano interface between Pt cluster and silicon substrate
Toyota Technological Institute
Hisato Yasumatsu, Ph.D, The University of Tokyo (1995), is PI of Solid-Surface Division of the Special Cluster Research Project of Genesis Research Institute, Inc. His research topics are (1) catalytic activity of uni-sized clusters supported on a solid substrate, (2) electric, magnetic and chemical functionalities driven by charges accumulated at a subnano interface, and (3) novel phenomena and functionalities induced by cluster impact onto a solid surface. He has contributed to European science as Professeur Invité of Université de Provence (2005), Expert and Referee in peer review evaluations of European Research Council (2012-2020), etc.
Predicting Korean Fruit Prices using LSTM algorithm
PROF. KIM, Young rock
Hankuk University Of Foreign Studies
2006 - 2007 Researcher of NIMS 2007 - Present Professor in Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2013 - 2014 Publications Committee member (editor) of International Congress of Mathematicians 2019 - 2020 Vice president of Korean Mathematical Society 2020 - 2022 Member of Basic Science Research Promotion Committee in Ministry of Science and ICT
Characteristics of COVID-19 variants and control policy of COVID-19 pandemic in Korea.
DR. LEE, Jacob
Hallym University Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital
2D Materials and their Composites: Applications on Sensor and EMI Shielding
PROF. CHOI, Choon-gi
ICT Creative Research Lab., Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), School of ETRI (ICT-Advanced Device Technology), Korea University of Science & Technology (K-UST)
Prof. Choon-Gi CHOI received the doctorate from Université d’Orléans in 1996. He is currently a head of Graphene Research Team at ETRI, Korea and a professor at the department of ICT-Advanced Device Technology (ETRI School) in K-UST. He is also an Editorial Board of Nano Convergence Journal (Nature-Springer) and Sensors (MDPI). His current research interests are 2D materials and nanocomposites with applications on physical and chemical sensors, EMI shielding, heat spreading, etc.
Data-centric materials design for green energy harvesting: An integrated approach of theory-experiment complementary research framework
DR. JANG, Woosun
Seoul National University
2019-2022 Postdoctoral researcher at Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany 2016-2019 Ph. D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea 2014-2016 M. Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea 2008-2014 B. Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Identifying alkali impurity incorporation mechanisms in Pd nanostructures
DR. YOO, Su-hyun
Max-planck-institut Fuer Eisenforschung Gmbh
2020-2022 Postdoctoral researcher at Max-Planck-Insitut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany 2015-2020 Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany (studying at Max-Planck-Insitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) 2013-2015 M. Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea 2006-2013 B. Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Decentralized production of green and sustainable ammonia – when is this a viable solution?
Aarhus University
Prof Emil Drazevic is leading Power To Chemicals Group at Aarhus University. The group research is focused mainly on identifying new catalysts and breakthrough concepts of electrochemical synthesis of ammonia. The overarching goal is to develop a process suitable for decentralized use that can help reducing greenhouse gas emissions through decarbonization of the untapped markets. The group immerses in the problems of electrocatalysis of N2 from both theoretical and experimental perspectives.
Molecular tuning; way for improving of application potential of organic semiconductors
1 Brno University Of Technology, Faculty Of Chemistry, Materials Research Centre, Purkyňova 118, 612 00 Brno, Czech Republic. 2 Dipartimento Di Chimica, Università Degli Studi Di Bari Aldo Moro, Via Orabona, 4-70125 Bari, Italy
Jozef Krajčovič is an associate professor at Institute of Chemistry, Brno University of Technology. He currently coordinates the research activity on the study and synthesis of new conjugated heterocyclic systems, organic dyes and pigments for sustainable energies, and synthesis of Nature-inspired molecules for organic bio-electronic applications. Moreover, he also provides investigation about the synthesis of perovskite single crystals and perovskite nano-particles.
Urban Water Circulation for Sustainable Water Security & Ecological LID Design Guidelines for Urban Water Circulation
PROF. KIM, Leehyung
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Kongju National University
Prof. Kim received BS and MS from Korea University and doctoral degree from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA. His primary research topics are environmental and water resources, with emphases on water quality, decentralized stormwater management, sediment control, ecological engineering, low impact development(LID), Nature-based Solutions, etc. Since 2009, he is a board member of ‘IWA diffuse pollution specialist group’ and organized the 19th International Conference on Diffuse Pollution & Eutrophication on 2019 in Korea. He is performing lots of government research projects and international joint research projects with Hongkong, France, UK, and others. He published about 123 research papers on international journals and 110 papers on Korean journals.
Enhanced Anaerobic Treatment of Recalcitrant Wastewater by Promoting DIET Reaction
DR. KIM, Dong-hoon
Department Of Smart-city Engineering, Inha University, Republic Of Korea
Dr. Dong-Hoon Kim has completed a PhD at KAIST in 2008 with the topic on anaerobic digestion of organic solid wastes, and worked at Korea Institute of Energy Research until 2014 as a senior researcher. Since 2015, he started to work at Inha University as an assistant professor, majoring in the environment and energy field, specifically, organic waste treatment, greenhouse gas reduction, and resource recovery. He received a “Distinguished Young Scientist Award (presidential award) in 2015, and he is a member of Korean Young Academy of Science and Technology.
A study on connected and automated mobility without a driver's seat
DR. CHOI, Jeongdan
Electronics And Telecommunications Research Institute
Jeong-Dan CHOI is an Assist Vice President, Principal Researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in Korea. Since 2019, she is currently responsible for the Intelligent Robotics Division with a focus on AI and 5G. Before that, she led the software development group for connected automated vehicles for quite some time. Recently, with the support of the Ministry of Science and ICT (Ministry of Science and ICT), she planned and promoted a project to lay the foundation for the commercialization of fully autonomous vehicles at the 4th level for 7 years from 2021. Currently, she is conducting research on weight reduction and algorithm optimization to apply autonomous driving AI function modules of robots to low-power AI semiconductors. In 2017, she served as an advisor of Presidential Advisory Council on Science and Technology. She also developed the ISO13184 series as a member of the ISO TC204 standards body and is currently working on the ISO22087 technical report.
Si or Glass interposer for the mmW system packaging
DR. YOOK, Jongmin
Korea Electronic Technology Institute(keti)
Dr Jong-Min Yook received B.S. degree in Chungnam National University in 2003, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from KAIST, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, in 2005 and 2009, respectively. From 2010 to 2017, he was a Senior Researcher at Electronics Packaging Research Center in Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Republic of Korea. Since 2017, he has been promoted to a Principal Researcher at the same institute. His research interests include RF module design and fabrication based on silicon substrates, 2.5D heterogeneous IC packaging using through-silicon-via and silicon interposeer technology, and hydbrid GaN MMIC based on Si-IPDs and embedded-IC pabkage.
CMOS Image Sensor Technology for Automotive Applications
DR. AN, Jae-sung
Sony Europe Design Center, Oslo, Norway
Jae-Sung An received the B.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea, in 2010 and 2018, respectively. In 2018, he was with Leading UI Company, Ltd., Anyang, South Korea, where he developed the analog front-end ICs for the capacitive touch system and fingerprint sensing system. He joined the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, in 2018, where he was developing the ultrasound imaging system for the mobile bio-applications. Since 2021, he has been working with Sony Semiconductor Solutions, Lysaker, Norway, to develop the automotive CMOS image sensors.
Visualization and Device Technology Trends for Hyper-realistic Metaverse Service
MR. BYUN, Chun-won
Electronics And Telecommunications Research Institute
Chun-Won Byun received his BS and MS degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Hanyang University, Seoul, Rep. of Korea in 2002 and 2007, respectively. From 2007 to 2010, he worked for Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute in Daejeon, Rep. of Korea, and from 2011 to 2013, he worked for Samsung Display, Rep. of Korea. Since 2013, he has been working at the Reality Device Research Division, ETRI as a senior researcher. His research interests include the micro-display for AR/VR (augmented reality/virtual reality), driving methods for new displays, and implantable bio-medical devices.
Bio-inspired artificial neural tactile sensing system
PROF. KIM, Jong-seok
Gachon University
Jong-Seok Kim received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Electronic Engineering from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, in 2010, 2012, and 2019, respectively. In 2018, he joined SK Hynix Inc., Korea, as a Circuit Designer. Since 2022, he has been with the Department of Electronic Engineering, Gachon University, Korea, where he is currently an Assistant Professor. His research interests include display circuit, power management circuit, biomedical circuit, TFT circuit, and sensor circuit.
Evolution of wireless system solutions for biomedical applications
DR. SONG, Minyoung
Minyoung Song received the B.S. and Ph. D. degree in electrical engineering from Korea University, Seoul, Korea, in 2006 and 2013, respectively. He has been with the imec, the Netherlands, since 2016, where he is currently a Researcher. He was a Senior Engineer with Samsung Electronics, Hwaseong, from 2013 to 2016. He was a visiting scholar with the University of California, Los Angeles, from 2008 to 2009. He was also a Visiting Scholar with the University of California, Santa Cruz, 2012. His current research interests are energy-efficient digitally assisted RFIC, frequency synthesizers/clock generators, and high-speed wireline transceivers. Dr. Song was a recipient of the IEEE Seoul Section Student Paper Contest Bronze Award in 2007 and 2010, respectively.
Recent studies on the biological effects of micro/nanoplastics in developing zebrafish
DR. JEONG, Jinyoung
Dr. Jinyoung Jeong received her Ph.D. degree in Nanobio Engineering from University of Science and Technology (UST), Korea. She then worked in Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, BioNano Researech Center (BNRC) a researcher focusing on developing synthetic nanomaterials and functionalization for biological applications such as bioimaging and biosensor since 2010. And, she joined the Environmental Disease Research Center in 2019 working on physiochemical analysis of environmental pollutants such as particular matter and microplastics and their biological effect using zebrafish embryo as a laboratory animal model.
High-Throughput Single Cell RNA-Seq / Multi-Omics Analysis: Principles & Applications
DR. JEONG, Hyun-woo
Max-planck Institute For Molecular Biomedicine, Germany
Dr. Hyun-Woo Jeong is lab head of Single Cell Multi-Omics Laboratory in Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, Muenster, Germany. He is a biologist who freely uses tools in vitro, in vivo and in silico. He studied life science for BS and Ph.D in POSTECH, South Korea, and finished postdoc in Seoul National University in connection with Korean military duty, and then moved to Germany, MPI Muenster. He first joined as a postdoc, promoted as senior scientist and now he is head of independent research group and sequencing core facility.
AI-based computer vision for phenotypic screening
DR. YOON, Juyong
Korea Institute of Science and Technology Europe
Dr. Juyong Yoon is a Senior Researcher at Korea Institute of Science and Technology Europe. He is a molecular biologist, using a variety of tools including stem cells, organoids, and gene editing (CRISPR/Cas9) technologies. He studied biotechnology for BS and Ph.D in Yonsei Univ., South Korea. For postdoc training, he joined Prof. Dr. Hans Schöler group at MPI Münster, and then moved to Ksilink, a French biotech where he had learned how to enjoy working with bioengineers, bioinformaticians and data scientists for interdisplinary studies. In 2021, he joined KIST europe and his current research interest is to develop reliable 3D cell culture systems including organoids and eventually to reduce and replace animal experiments.
Lifestyle exposures and cancer risk and survival: evidence from population-based cohort studies
International Agency For Research On Cancer (IARC/WHO)
Dr. Heinz Freisling is a Scientist and Team leader of the Nutrition, Cancer and Multimorbidity Team at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC-WHO) in Lyon, France. He earned undergraduate and PhD degrees in molecular nutrition and nutritional epidemiology at the University of Vienna. His current research interests are focused on understanding the role of diet, nutrition, and metabolic health, and their interplay with genetic susceptibility in the etiology of major chronic diseases, in particular cancer, but also diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. This will be done in large, mostly prospective, observational studies that are accessible for research such as the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) cohort, the UK Biobank, but also primary care databases and genetic consortia. He is currently coordinating five large on-going research projects in cancer epidemiology as Principal Investigator. His scientific competence is exemplified by over 170 peer-reviewed publications in major scientific journals, with many as first or senior author.
Association of the inflammatory balance of diet and lifestyle with colorectal cancer among Korean adults: a case–control study
PROF. KIM, Jeongseon
National Cancer Center
Dr. Jeongseon Kim is a vice dean and a professor oft he Department of Cancer Biomedical Science, Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy, National Cancer Center (NCC), Korea. She obtained her PhD degree in nutritional epidemiology at the University of New York. Her current research interests are to understand the impact of nutritional and environmental factors (including gene-environmental interaction) in gastrointestinal cancers and non-communicable disease within the on-going National Cancer Screenee Cohort that she and her team have established at NCC, Korea.
A new biomolecular structure paradigm for anticancer therapeutics
PROF. MOK, K. hun
Trinity College Dublin, The University Of Dublin, Ireland
Prof Mok is currently Associate Professor in Biochemistry (Trinity College Dublin), Technical Advisor and IP Holder (HAMLET Pharma AB), Director (ICMRBS), Editorial Board member (Protein Journal and BioMed Res Intl) and a member of the EUREKA IEP (Independent Evaluation Panel). His area of interest is in protein folding / misfolding and biomolecular NMR spectroscopy, and has published approx. 70 articles (in journals including Nature, Nature Communications, Nature Immunology, PNAS, and JACS) and is the inventor of more than 10 registered patents. Prof Mok’s expertise in using NMR spectroscopy to elucidate structurally-fluid protein-fatty acid complexes has led to the development of ‘Alpha1’ by start-up company HAMLET Pharma, which has concluded successful Phase I/II studies as a bladder cancer therapeutic (Brisuda A et al, Nature Commun 2021).
5kW-class 2-stroke Hydrogen Engine for Small Mobility
DR. CHOI, Young
Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, KIMM
Dr. Young Choi has been involved in gaseous fuel engine research for about 20 years including natural gas, LPG, bio-gas, hydrogen and ammonia. He earned his Ph.D. with ME major at UC Berkeley and joined the Department of Power and Engine Research at KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials) in 2005. His recent research focuses on the development of carbon-free power generation devices such as hydrogen and ammonia engines.
Co-combustion with Ammonia and x-fuel in engine for near-zero CO2
DR. JANG, Jinyoung
Korea Institute of Energy Research, KIER
Dr. Jang has a lot of research experience on alternative fuel engines such as DME and ammonia. In addition, after-treatment system control technology for exhaust gas reduction is also a research area. Recently, Dr. Jang's research interests are in the carbon dioxide capture system emitted by engines.
An Application of Design Technology of LNG Fueled PCSI Engine for Green Ship on Future Clean-Energy Vehicles
DR. JEONG, Soojin
Korea Automotive Technology Institute, KATECH
Dr. Jeong received M.S and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Hanyang university, Seoul, Korea in 1993, 2001, respectively. He was formerly working at Ssangyong Motor Co. as a research engineer. Afterward, he worked as a professor in the department of Automotive Engineering of Hanzhong university, Korea. Currently, he is working for Korea Automotive Technology Institute, Korea. His current research interests and areas of expertise includes computational fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer and combustion engine technologies fueled by clean gas fuel such as DME, LNG and liquid hydrogen.
Future Pathway of the Shipbuilding and Offshore Industry for Carbon Neutral Era
DR. SHIN, Hyun joon
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd.
Dr. Shin's recent research focuses on the development of new concept ships such as liquefied hydrogen carriers and carbon dioxide carriers, and new propulsion ships such as the electric propulsion. In the era of carbon-neutral ship operation, when fuel costs increase and the propulsion system changes, he will launch a new concept ship for Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, contributing to leading the technology in the future ship market. Previously he led the development of high efficient energy-saving devices, optimal hull form and optimal propulsion system, and there are a number of products applied to real ships, such as ships with reduced additional resistance in waves and propeller efficiency improvement devices. MSc and PhD in Naval architecture, Pusan National University.
Testimonial: HFSP Fellowship Awardee - Experience and Know-hows
DR. HAN, Seungmin
WT-CRUK Institute, U. Cambridge, UK
EU & International Grant & Fellowship Opportunities: ERC, HFSP & MSCA
DR. KIM, Hyong-ha
KRISS, ERC National Contact Point (Korea) & HFSP National Adviser (Korea)
Testimonial: HFSP Grant Awardee - Experience and Know-hows
DR. KIM, Jae kyoung
Institute for Basic Science, Korea
Testimonial: ERC Grantee - Experience and Know-hows
DR. KIM, Minchul
The Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC), France
EURAXESS: Information & Support Services for Researcher Mobility, Jobs & Funding, and Career Development in Europe
Greeting Speech
DR. KIM, Jong-nam
Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)
Technical challenges in offshore turbine design
DR. KIM, Yusik
Shanghai Electric Wind Power
Port and Infrastructure for Offshore Wind Farm Development in Korea (한국의 항만 중심의 서남해 해상풍력 산업 인프라 구축 동향)
DR. KWAK, Sung-jo
Trend of offshore wind energy emphasis on industrialization of O&M in Republic of Korea (한국의 해상풍력 유지보수 산업화 기술 동향)
DR. LEE, Gwang-se
An Overview of Research for Floating Offshore Wind Technology in Korea (한국형 부유식 해상풍력 기술개발 추진 동향)
DR. PARK, Semyung
Design and construction of offshore wind foundations
DR. SHIN, Yunsup
NGI - Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
System configurations for hydrogen production from offshore wind and comparison of hydrogen storage technologies: A review
DR. YOO, Martin s. d.
CRUSE Offshore GmbH
Hydrogen technologies in Korea
DR. KIM, Jong-nam
Korea Institute of Energy Research
Dr. Jong-Nam Kim had his Ph.D. from KAIST in 1994 and has conducted R&D activities as a researcher at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) since 1985. As of 2017, he has been the president of KIER. He has been a National Hydrogen Economy Committee member since July 2020 and chairman of the Council for Heads of Environmental Research Institutes as of 2017.
Introduction of hydrogen roadmap and R&D framework
MR. KIM, Hojung
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering
2010 - SOAS, Univ. of London / B.Sc Economics 2011 - Human Resource team in Hyundai Heavy Industries 2015 - Corporate Strategy and Planning Office in Hyundai Heavy Industries Group 2022 - Head of Europe R&D Office in Germany (Dusseldorf) in KSOE
DR. KIM, Sangwon
KIST Europe
Dr. Sangwon Kim is a senior scientist in Biosensor Group at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) Europe in Saarbrücken, Germany. He received his BS and MS degrees from Seoul National University and Ph.D. degree from Colorado State University in 2005 majoring in mechanical engineering. He has developed advanced gasoline engines at Hyundai Motor Group for five years. Since joining KIST Europe in 2010, he has been working on redox flow batteries, PEM fuel cells, and hydrogen storage systems. His research interests include transport phenomena, heat & mass transfer, and thermodynamic analysis in electrochemical energy conversion & storage systems. Since 2017, Dr. Kim has enrolled in Transfer Center Sustainable Electrochemistry at Saarland University as Deputy Head.