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Contents UNIST Introduction

Student Support Services

08. UNIST Summary 10. UNIST Milestones 14. Organization 16. Major Student Administrative Departments

40. Scholarship 43. Career Services 44. Military Service 46. Student Residence & Facilities 49. Healthcare Center 51. Foreigner Sojourn

Academic Information 20. 2016 UNIST Academic Calender 22. Program Duration / Maximum Period for Enrollment 23. Enrollment & Course Registration 24. Tuition Fees 25. Interdisciplinary Major 28. Course Change / Drop / Withdrawal / Repeating 29. Test & Grading 31. Awards & Disciplinary Measures 33. Leave of absence / Return to school 35. Voluntary Resignation / Dismissal from the University 36. Summer / Winter Session 37. Graduation 38. Certificate

Student Program & Activities 54. 55. 56. 60. 61. 62.

UNIST Internship Program UNIST Leadership Program Student Activities Social Service UNIST Culture Program Posters & Signage Guidelines


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School & Division

Learning Support Services

64. Division of General Studies 66. School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering 69. School of Materials Science and Engineering 72. School of Energy and Chemical Engineering 75. School of Design and Human Engineering 79. School of Life Science 83. School of Natural Science 89. School of Electrical and Computer Engineering 93. School of Urban and Environmental Engineering 97. School of Business Administration 100. School of Management Engineering

108. Library 112. Information Technology Service 115. Center for Teaching and Learning 119. Language Education Center

International & Domestic Program 124. Domestic Exchange Program 125. International Program

Lab Safety Education 130. Safety Education in Lab 131. Safety Rule 133. Lab Emergency

Appendix Graduate School 102. Graduate School

136. Campus Map 140. How to get to UNIST 141. Emergency & Insurance Information


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01 UNIST Introduction

• UNIST Summary • UNIST Milestones • Organization • Major Student Administrative Departments


UNIST Summary

World Top 10 University by 2030

VISION "World Leading University to Advance Science and Technology for the Prosperity of Humankind"

GOALS To be Ranked within the Top 10 Science & Technology Universities by 2030 • Education Cultivation of the creative science & technology leaders • Research Realization of convergence science & technology presenting a new paradigm of Creative Economy

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STRATEGIES Creativity·Interdisciplinary Studies · Globalization · Thrust Areas • Creativity Debate-oriented, convergent and creative classes based on e-Education - Mobile Campus connected with Wi/Fi-Smart Phone-LMS Convergence of humanity and philosophy through AHS & Enterpreneurship - Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (AHS), all classes by full-time professors • Interdisciplinary Studies - All students required to complete two or more major tracks - All professors appointed to two or more schools • Globalization : Global Campus - 100% English lectures - International professors and students - up to 20% • Thrust Areas (Focused Research Areas) - Advanced Materials (Bio-materials, Energy materials, Mechanical Materials) - Next-Generation Energy

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UNIST Milestones (April, 2007) Hope, Hardworking and the Beginning With the Ulsan Citizen's fervent hope and long-standing efforts of law makers, politicians and public servant of Ulsan,ă€ŒAct on the Establishment and Management of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technologyă€?was promulgated and enacted in April, 2007. The law allowed the establishment of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology which was the first national university in Ulsan.

Piling Petition for a National University in Ulsan

Public Hearing Session, Promoting the Establishment of a National University in Ulsan

The UNIST Campus Site in 2007

(September, 2007) First Presidential Inauguration Ceremony On September 2007, Dr. Moo Je Cho was appointed as the first president of UNIST. With the support of the Ulsan City, the first presidential inauguration ceremony and the groundbreaking ceremony were held at UNIST on November. As the first president of UNIST, Dr. Cho envisioned making UNIST, a global leading research university where talented student and faculty can thrive in science and technology fields. In order to make this dream come true, UNIST has adopted many audacious approaches in education and research. 'Flipped learning' teaching method, Englishonly lectures policy and mandatory double major system are some of the good examples of such efforts.

Presidential Inauguration and Groundbreaking Ceremony

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(March, 2009) Welcoming the First Students On March, 2009 UNIST opened its door to 500 first-year students. As a result of the President’s aspiration to attract highly motivated, talented, and ambitious students around the world, all admitted first-year students were the top 3% of high school graduating class of Korea. In a blink of an eye, UNIST made a list of the nation’s finest universities.

The 1st Matriculation Ceremony

(November, 2011) Vision 2030 Announcement On November 2011, UNIST announced its aim to become a world top 10 university to advance science and technology for the prosperity of humankind by 2030, thus announcing its Vision 2030. Creativity, convergence, globalization, and nurturing core research areas are the key elements of accomplishing such mission.

Vision 2030 Proclamation Ceremony

Congratulatory Speech from the Minster of MEST

(March, 2013) The 1st Commencement Ceremony: A New Chapter in Life The first Commencement ceremony was held on February 26, 2013. This was a special day for the class of 2013, as they are the first graduates of UNIST. Most of the graduates decided to continue their education by going into graduate schools at UNIST to pursue their career choices in science and technology fields.

The 1st Commencement Ceremony

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UNIST Milestones (2012~2014) Hosting 3 IBS On-Campus Research Centers Since 2012, UNIST has accomplished a feat of successfully hosting 3 IBS Campus Research Centers on its campus, receiving funding of $300 billion USD over 10 years from Korea Institute for Basic Science. These campus site labs are led by world leading scientists, Steve Granick, Rodney S. Ruoff, and Kyung Jae Myung and will be contributing to the progress of basic sciences and society.

Dr. Rodney Ruoff Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials

Dr. Steve Granick Center for Soft and Living Matter

Dr. Myung, Kyung Jae Center for Genomic Integrity

(June, 2014) Investing in Leading-edge Research Infrastructure On June 13, the 2014 Groundbreaking Ceremony for the 2nd phase B.T.L(Build Transfer Lease) construction project was held on campus to boost research output. The 200 billion won scale construction project includes 3 new research buildings, a community center, and a new apartment for faculty and researchers. Upon the completion of the project in 2016, UNIST will be able to accomodate more faculty and students, which can play an even greater role in building UNIST a world-class university, specialized in science and technology.

The Groundbreaking Ceremony for the 2nd Phase B.T.L. Construction Project

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(September, 2015) Invitation to a New Chapter of UNIST history UNIST made a leap from a national university to a government-funded S&T institute. The law for the legal status change of UNIST marks a major milestone in its history. The change will bring about many positive changes, which in turn enables UNIST to attract exceptional faculty and students around the world.

The Law for the Status Change of UNIST, Approved by the National Assembly's Plenary Session

Press Interview

[September, 2015) A New Era of Leadership and New Start On September 28, Dr. Mooyoung Jung, a former UNIST Vice President of Research Affairs, was formally inaugurated as the new president of UNIST by Preparatory Committee for the Establishment of UNIST as a national research institute. The presidential inauguration ceremony took place on October 12, 2015, announcing the start of a new era of leadership at UNIST. At the ceremony, President Jung laid out his vision to build on the university’s excellence by more effectively promoting and fostering interdisciplinary and collaborative research, as well as by cultivating innovative talents in science and technology who will shoulder the future of Korea.

Commemorative Tree Planting for UNIST's New Start

Inauguration of President Mooyoung Jung

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Organization Board of Trustees President Office of the President Vice President of Academic Affairs Office of Academic affairs • Academic Affairs Team • Educational Affairs Team • Center for Teaching and Learning Office of Admission and Student Affairs • Admissions Team • Student Affairs Team • Student Residence Team • Leadership Center Office of Academic Information Affairs • Library Team • Information Technology Team Office of General Administration • General Affairs Team • Human Resources Management Team • Finance Team • Procurement Team • Facilities Team • Safety Management Team Undergraduate • Administrative Offices Graduate Schools Language Education Center Reserve Battalion Health Care Center

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Audit Audit Office Vice President of Research Affairs Office of Budget and Planning • Planning Team • Management Strategy Team • Budget Team Office of Research Affairs • Research Planning Team • Research Management Team Office of University and Industry Cooperation • Industry Engagement Team • Technology Commercialization Center • Business Incubation Center UNIST Multi Disciplinary Institute Office of Public Relations and International Affairs • Public Relations Team • International Relations Team • International Center UNIST Central Research Facilities Super Computing Center

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Major Student Administrative Department Administration OFFICE

Office of Academic Affairs

TASK

Location/Tel.

• Grade reporting, Track processing, Academic leave/return/removal Educational • Course registration, curriculum Affairs Team management • Credit transfer and recognition • Academic certificates

Main Admin Bldg., F2, 202 052-217-1112~8, 1302

• e-Education, LMS(Blackboard), Flipped Center for Learning Teaching and • Course evaluation Learning • Teaching and Learning program

Main Admin Bldg., F2, 207 052-217-4103~8

Admissions Team

• Undergraduate/Graduate Admissions • Operating Alma mater visit and counseling program

Main Admin Bldg., F1, 105 052-217-1122~8, 1181~3

• Undergraduate/Graduate Scholarship, student loan Main Admin Bldg., F1, Student Affairs • Student association and club activities 104 Team • Volunteer programs 052-217-1132~6, 1138 Office of • Career Program, Job consulting, Admissions Industry internship and • Improvement, expansion, and Student Student management of dormitory facility. Student Residence affairs Residence • Management and operation of Bldg., 308, F1 Team / dormitory kitchen for foreign residents. 052-217-4013~8, Student • Constitute and revise dormitory 4006~7 Residence operation, guidelines, and residence rules Leadership Center

• Leadership Program (sports, Cultural and free activities)

• Collecting and providing library materials (Books, Journals, DVDs, etc.) • Managing library facilties Library Team Office of • Library classes and information services Academic • Research guides for specific schools Information • Research performance management service affairs Information • Operating and managing network Technology service(wired/wireless) Team • Managing Portal website, Mobile apps Finance Team • Tuition fee management Office of General Administration

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Business Administration Bldg., F3, 314 052-217-4332, 4324

Library, 3F 052-217-1417

Library, 1F 052-217-1422~5 1432~8 Main Admin Bldg., F3, 302 052-217-1248

• Lab Safety Management Safety Main Admin Bldg., F4, (LMO/Radioactive included) Management 402 • Disaster Response & Emergency Planning Team 052-217-1541~4 • Security Prevention & Overall Management.


Administration OFFICE

TASK

• Student Exchange, SPIKE program • UROP, Summer Session, IAESTE International Relations Internship, Culture Exchange Team • Overseas volunteering, Overseas exchange program.

Office of Public Relations and International • General services for Affairs International Center foreigners(VISA, Orientation, Counseling) • Language Curriculum development and Operation(English, Korean, Chinese) Language Education Center • Freshman English Camp, Culture program • Managing English Commons, Writing center • Providing health counseling and health education • Individual/group counseling (personality, aptitude tests) Healthcare Center • Providing training programs handing gender issues & sexual orientation/other areas to improve student campus life School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering School of Design and Human Engineering School of Materials Science and Engineering School of Energy and Chemical Engineering School of Urban and Environmental Engineering • Administration of each school Administrative School of Electrical and (educational affairs, supporting Office Computer Engineering students)

Location/Tel. Library, 1F 052-217-4132~3

052-217-4122~5

Business Administration Bldg., F3, 301 052-217-4072~5

Main Admin Bldg., B105 052-217-4011~2, 4005

1EngineeringBldg.,F2,201 052-217-3502~6 052-217-3562~6 052-217-3522~6 052-217-3542~8 1EngineeringBldg.,F2,202 052-217-3642~7 052-217-3622~7

School of Life Science

052-217-3582~7

School of Natural Science

052-217-3602~8

Business Administration Bldg., F4, 405 052-217-3682~6 Business Administration School of Business Administration Bldg., F6, 601 School of Management Engineering 052-217-3662~5 • Specific administration office location and telephone number is also introduced on the UNIST homepage.(http://www.unist.ac.kr) Division of General Studies

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02 Academic Information

• 2016 UNIST Academic Calender • Program Duration / Maximum Period for Enrollment • Enrollment & Course Registration • Tuition Fees • Interdisciplinary Major • Course Change / Drop / Withdrawal / Repeating • Test & Grading • Awards & Disciplinary Measures • Leave of absence / Return to school • Voluntary Resignation / Dismissal from the University • Summer / Winter Session • Graduation • Certificate


02 Academic Information

2016 UNIST Academic Calender Year

Month

3

Date 1(Tue) 2(Wed)

Classes begin

2(Wed) ~ 8(Tue)

Course Changes and confirmation

21(Mon)

Course Drop deadline

28(Mon)

End of first quarter of the semester

13(Wed)

Holiday – 20th National Assembly election

19(Tue) ~ 25(Mon)

Mid-term Exams

25(Mon)

End of second quarter of the semester, Submission deadline for Courses List of the summer session, Leave of Absence application deadline(General)

2(Mon)

Course Withdrawal deadline

5(Thu)

Holiday - Children's Day

14(Sat)

Holiday - Buddha's birthday

23(Mon)

End of third quarter of the semester [Graduate school]Deadline for 'Nomination of Thesis Committee' submission

23(Mon) ~ 25(Wed)

Return application for the summer session

5.30(Mon) ~ 6.3(Fri)

Application for Interdisciplinary major

1(Wed) ~ 3(Fri)

Course Registration for the summer session

6(Mon)

Holiday - Memorial Day

14(Tue) ~ 20(Mon)

Final Exams

20(Mon)

Finish Class

21(Tue) ~ 8.28(Sun)

Summer Vacation (10 weeks)

28(Tue) ~ 8.8(Mon)

Summer Session (6 weeks) [Graduate school]Submit the application for the program change Grades due for the spring semester

4

5 2016 Spring Semester 6

1(Fri) ~ 8(Fri) 7

8

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Schedules 2016 Spring Semester Begins, Holiday – Independence Movement Day

4(Mon) 18(Mon) ~ 27(Wed)

Leave of absence/Return application for the fall semester (on portal site)

3(Wed) ~ 5(Fri)

Undergraduate Course Registration for the fall semester

15(Mon)

Holiday - National Liberation Day

18(Thu)

Grades due for the summer session

19(Fri)

Conferral of degrees

22(Mon) ~ 24(Wed)

Tuition fee payment for the fall semester


Year

Month 8

9

Date

2015 Fall semester Begins, Classes begin

8.29(Mon) ~ 9.2(Fri)

Course changes and confirmation

14(Wed) ~ 16(Fri)

Holiday - Chuseok(Korean Thanksgiving Day)

21(Wed)

Course Drop deadline

23(Fri)

End of first quarter of the semester

28(Wed)

UNIST Foundation Day

3(Mon)

Holiday - National Foundation Day

9(Sun)

Holiday - Hangul Proclamation Day

17(Mon) ~ 21(Fri)

Mid-term exams

21(Fri)

End of second quarter of the semester, Submission deadline for Courses List of the winter session, Leave of Absence application deadline(General)

28(Fri)

Course Withdrawal deadline

18(Fri)

End of third quarter of the semester [Graduate school]Deadline for 'Nomination of Thesis Committee' submission

21(Mon) ~ 23(Wed)

Return application for the winter session

11.28(Mon) ~ 12.2(Fri)

Application for Interdisciplinary major

11.30(Wed) ~ 12.2(Fri)

Course Registration for the winter session

12(Mon) ~ 16(Fri)

Final Exams

16(Fri)

Finish Class

17(Sat) ~ 2.28(Tue).2017

Winter Vacation (10 weeks)

25(Sun)

Holiday - Christmas

26(Mon) ~ 2.3(Fri).2017

Winter Session (6 weeks)

30(Fri)

Grade due for the fall semester

10

11 2016 Fall Semester 12

Schedules

29(Mon)

1(Fri) 2017 1

2

Holiday – New Year’s Day [Graduate school]Submit the application for the 2(Mon) ~ 13(Fri) program change Leave of absence/Return application for the 9(Mon) ~ 18(Wed) spring semester, 2017 (on portal-site) Holiday – Lunar New Year’s Day 27(Fri) ~ 29(Sun), 30(Mon) Holiday - Substitution Holiday Undergraduate Course Registration for the 1(Wed) ~ 3(Fri) spring semester, 2017 14(Tue) Grade due for the winter session 21(Tue)

Commencement Ceremony

20(Mon) ~ 22(Wed)

Tuition fee payment for the spring semester, 2017

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02 Academic Information

Program Duration / Maximum Period for Enrollment am Duration

■ Progr

• Period that the students must register and take courses for graduation or course completion: - Undergraduate program: 4 years

ent [Time limit for Degree Completion]

■ Maximum Period for Enrollm

• The maximum period allowed for the students to be enrolled: - Undergraduate program: 6 years ※ Students who do not complete the program until the period ends shall be expelled from the University. The period of leave of absence shall not count towards the enrollment time limit. ■ Academic Year

and Semesters

• School of year starts from March 1st to the last day of February of the next year. • Semesters: 1st semester(Spring) / 2nd semester(Fall) (minimum of 32 weeks / year) • Session: Summer session / Winter session (4~6 weeks)

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Enrollment & Course Registration ations Article 36)

■ Enrollment (School Regul

• Students must enroll within the designated enrollment period each semester. • Students shall complete the enrollment process by registering for courses and paying the tuition fee. ※ On and off campus scholarship grantee is waived scholarship amounts on the tuition fee bill. ※ Be sure to complete the payment procedure even if your balance is "zero". If not, enrollment can not be completed. ■ Maximum Period for Enrollment [Time limit for Degree Completion]

Schedule

Period

Course Registration (Current Students)

February 3 ~ February 5

Course Registration (Freshmen)

OT period

Course Registration Change (In necessary case only)

March 2 ~ March 8

redits for Course Registration

■ Maximum / Minimum C

• Minimum 10 credits ~ Maximum 21 credits • Any student whose GPA 3.4 or higher and without neither F nor W(withdrawal) may register for courses up to 24 credits with an advisor's approval. • Student under academic warning resulting from the previous semester grades shall register for courses up to 15 credit or maximum of 18 credits with an advisor's approval. • For getting a scholarship, students must COMPLETE at least 12 credits.

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02 Academic Information

Tuition fee Enrollment

• Payment period Semester

Payment period

1st semester

Feburary 22~24, 2016

Additional payment period For 2 days in March

2nd semester

August 22~24, 2016

For 2days in September

• Installment - You can pay tuition fee in a series of payment over a period. In order to pay installments, you must apply for the installment program during the application period (Portal Enrollment/Scholarship) ■ Tuition fee for students in their 9th and beyond semesters

• Tuition costs: Tuition cost is determined according to the ordinance governing and school regulations. Thus, you must check the tuition notice on Portal. • Undergraduate students: Pay during the additional tuition fee payment period. (After course changes and confirmation)

y tuition

■ How to pa

• How to Print Tuition Bill / Receipt : Portal Enrollment/Scholarship • How to pay : Individual virtual account transfer (Electronic banking, Phone banking, Smart banking, ATM, Bank transfer in person) • Bank / Credit card: Kyongnam bank, Kookmin bank, Nonghyup bank, Kookmin card, Kyongnam BC card, Samsung card, Shinhan card accepted. • All full scholarship students (students who have deducted tuition) must apply for the "0 KRW registration" on Portal during the payment period.

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Interdisciplinary Major ■ What is an Interdisciplinary Major?

• All students admitted are required to take general courses during their first year before declaring their majors. For graduation, students need to complete at least two majors, 1st track and 2nd track. • According to the curriculum of each track, minimum of 54 credits for the 1st track and minimum of 18 credits for the 2nd track must be completed. • Credits from a course that is common in more than two tracks is calculated only once.(The common course can satisfy the qualification of the tracks taken, but the overlapped credits should be substituted by the other course's credits in the tracks of the interdisciplinary major).

School Selection

• At the end of the spring semester, students should select their own school through preliminary selection, considering their talent, desire and future career. • At the end of first year, freshmen should select a school from the field to which they were admitted(Engineering / Business Administration). 1st track should be chosen from their selected school, 2nd track can be chosen from any other track regardless of the school or field of study.

Application Period and Procedure of Tracks

• Preliminary Application Period : At the end of spring semester • Final Application Period : At the end of fall semester

Change of School and Track for Enrolled Students

• Application period: At the end of every semester(During the designated period refer to the academic calendar) • Enrolled Sophomore, Junior, Senior students can apply. However, students who are in their 8th semester or more cannot apply for field/school/track change

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02 Academic Information

■ Change of Field [Engineering→Business or Business→Engineering]:

Currently enrolled students only as sophomore and junior • Application period: At the end of every semester(During the designated period refer to the academic calendar) • Qualification Division

Entrants on and after 2016

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Engineering → Business

GPA 3.3

Remark • Total GPA 3.3 • GPA of Math & Science(Fundamental) 3.5 • Compulsory complete of 4 or more courses in Math & Science (Fundamental), and each course should be 3.3(B+) or above. • Credits needed for applying change of field Applying semester 3 semester

Credits needed More than 35 credits

4 semester

More than 52 credits

5 semester

More than 70 credits

6 semester

More than 87 credits

7 semester

More than 105 credits


Interdisciplinary Education Program

School 기계 및 원자력공학부 School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

도시환경공학부 School of Urban and Environmental Engineering

Track

Remark

기계공학 Mechanical Engineering (MEN) 원자력 공학 및 과학 Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) 환경과학공학 Environmental Science and Engineering(ESE) 도시건설공학 Urban Infrastructure Engineering (UIE) 재난관리공학 Disaster Management Engineering (DME) 산업디자인 Industrial Design (ID)

디자인 및 인간공학부 School of Design and Human Engineering

인간공학 Human Factors Engineering (HFE)

신소재공학부 School of Materials Science and Engineering 에너지 및 화학공학부 School of Energy and Chemical Engineering

신소재과학 Advanced Materials Science (AMS)

전기전자컴퓨터공학부 School of Electrical and Computer Engineering 생명과학부 School of Life Sciences

제어설계공학 System Design and Control Engineering (SDC)

나노재료공학 Nano Materials Engineering (NME)

Engineering field

에너지공학 Energy Engineering (ENE) 화학공학 Chemical Engineering (ACE) 전기 및 전자공학 Electrical Engineering (EE) 컴퓨터공학 Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) 생명공학 Biomedical Engineering (BME) 생명과학 Biological Sciences (BIO)

물리학 Physics (PHY) 자연과학부 화학 Chemistry (CHEM) School of Natural Science 수리과학 Mathematical Sciences (MTH) 경영공학부 School of Management Engineering

경영공학 Management Engineering (MGE) 경영학 Management (MGT)

경영학부 School of Business Administration

재무·회계학 Finance & Accounting (FIA) 벤쳐경영 Entrepreneurship (EPS) * Only for 2nd track

Business administration field

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02 Academic Information

Course Change / Drop / Withdrawal / Repeating ■ Change of registered courses

• During the changing period, students can cancel a course and register for another course if seats remain.

Course Drop

• When a student wants to drop a course, he/she is required to apply for "Course Drop" on portal site during the designated period. The course will be deleted from registration record after the school head approves it.

Withdrawal

• When a student withdraws from a course, 'W' will be given instead of a grade. 'W' will be excluded from GPA calculation and not acquired as credits. • The process is the same as that of course drop. • After a student repeats the withdrawn course and receives a grade, 'W' will be deleted and “RW”(Repeated after Withdrawal) will be given on the course classification. However, If the withdrawn course was not taken again, 'W' remains on the student's record. - The courses which has already been withdrawn cannot be withdrawn again. - The courses which has already been completed and gotten grade(in case of repeating) cannot be withdrawn. * Credits must be 10 or above after drop or withdrawal.

Repeating a Course

• A course, that has been already taken, can be repeated only one time regardless of the previous grade, but required courses can be repeated without any limit. • The maximum grade which can be achieved by repeating a course is up to 'B+'. • When course repeating occurs, the previous grade should be deleted and the new grade remains with the mark "R" before its course classification.

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Test & Grading Test & Exam

• Types of Tests & Exams Regular Tests

Mid-term exam, Final exam

Other Tests

Quiz, Report, Laboratory report, Assignment

Special Test for Credits

Taken after the notice according to school policy [Refer to the Academic Regulations Article 25]

• The period, times and the rate of the final grade can be different according to the instructor's policy for each course.

Standards for Grading

• Instructors evaluate students' academic performance in accordance with the grading standards specified on the syllabus of their courses for that semester. • If a student attends less than 3/4 of the classes, his or her grade will be ‘F’. • Scores are calculated based on one's mid-term exam, final exam, assignments, quizzes, attitude, attendance, presentations, etc. (A calculating method can differ from each instructor).

Exceptional Cases

• Students who cannot take an exam due to illness or other unavoidable reasons should submit the application for additional examination with evidential documents prior to the exam; a student in this situation must seek an approval from the president of the University by receiving approval from the instructor in charge of the subject, advisor, and school head. • Any subject for which a student has submitted an application for additional exam shall be temporarily marked as "I (Incomplete)" till the grade is determined based on the additional exam; however, the grade will become "F" if the additional exam is not taken by the student. • The additional exam should be conducted within one month after a semester ends.

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02 Academic Information

Grading System

• Lecture courses and combined courses(lecture & experiment) are evaluated with a letter grade. Courses that instructors have difficulty in giving exact grades can be evaluated with "S" (successful) or "U" (unsuccessful). • Grades over D-, and S are recognized as acquired credits. Details of grading system are as follows. Grades A+ Ao Point

A-

B+ Bo B-

C+ Co

C-

D+ Do D-

F

S

U

Not Not 4.3 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.3 1.0 0.7 0.0 Calculated Calculated

• GPA is defined as follows: GPA =

∑ (Each grade point×Credits) Total graded credits

(GPA should be calculated down to two decimal places and the numbers to three decimal places should be rounded off.)

Grade Browsing and Correction

• Students can browse their grades during the grade browsing period. If a student has an objection about the grades during the correction period and he/she is justified, the grade may be corrected by his/her instructor. • Objection and correction is not allowed after the correction period. However, when there is a justified reason, correction can be made within 30 days after the grade confirmation on condition of approval of the school head and the president. ※ Notice: When a student does not participate in course evaluation, he/she is not allowed to browse the grades.

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Awards & Disciplinary Measures Semester awards

• A student of exemplary conduct who fits the following criteria and who has not received an F and W in any of courses taken during the semester shall be recorded as an honor student on the academic records. - Student who has completed 15 credits or more with a GPA of 3.9 or higher at the end of semester. - Student who has exhibited excellent creativity - Student deserves to be rewarded for praiseworthy conduct.

Graduation awards

• A student who showed good conduct and outstanding academic performance throughout his/her enrollment at the University shall be recorded on his/her academic records and diploma. - Student who has received disciplinary action shall be excluded from these awards. Honors

GPA

Summa Cum Laude

3.9 or higher

Magna Cum Laude

3.6 or higher

Cum laude

3.4 or higher

Academic warning

• A student who shows poor academic performance and earns a grade point average below 2.0 for a semester shall be given an academic warning. • The school head and the academic advisor may limit the number of credits a student on academic warning can take. • A student who has been placed on academic warning for two consecutive semesters shall be given in a status of one year academic leave. If placed on academic warning for a total of three times, the student will be expelled from the university.

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02 Academic Information

Grounds for disciplinary measures

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• A disciplinary measure may be taken against a student who falls in any of the following clauses. - A student with bad conduct and behavior who shows no possibility of improvement. - A student with poor academic performance who is deemed highly unlikely to complete his/her academic achievement. - A student who has been frequently absent from school without proper or justifiable reasons. - A student who disrupts the public order of the university community or damages/vandalizes university property. - A student who violates school regulations and neglect his/her duty as a student. • Disciplinary measures shall include probation, suspension (for a definite or an indefinite period), and dismissal from the university.

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Leave of absence / Return to School Academic Leave

Category

Subcategory

Military service

Illness Study, Studying abroad

Personal reasons

Internship Etc.

※ Application for leave for military service is possible after the draft notice is issued.

Application Methods, Period and Procedures

Methods

Contents

Period

Procedures

Application using the Internet

General academic leave, leave for military service

Designated period(January, July); refer to the academic calendar

Portal → Student Registry → Status Change → Application for leave

Application via document

Leave for illness, entrepreneurship, pregnancy, child care

Designated period, refer to the academic calendar

Submit 'Request for academic leave' to school office with documentary evidence

* For detailed information, please refer to portal notice. * Application for leave for military service is open year-round.

Period of academic leave

- Freshmen cannot apply for academic leave for the first semester except for the military service and illness. - The period for academic leave cannot be longer than 1 year at a time. ※ Students can have academic leave for 1 semester or 2 semesters at a time. - Students can apply for academic leave no longer than 2 years during the period of attendance at the university. ※ Leave for military service are not included in the number of leave period that can be granted. ※ Leave for pregnancy, childbirth, child care, entrepreneurship shall be

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permitted within 2 years and it is also not included in the number of leave periods that can be granted.

Academic leave for military service

- Students joining the army during academic leave must apply for academic leave for military service with a copy of the notice for military duty attached. (Otherwise, after the designated period of academic leave ends, he/she will be expelled.) ※ After discharge, a copy of the certificate of discharge should be attached when applying academic return. - If going home is ordered in the military service, you should submit a certificate of the order, request for academic return or general leave to your school office directly.

Check points when applying academic leave

- Books checked out: When applying for academic leave, all books checked out should be returned. - Scholarship: Scholarship recipients must consult with the staff member in charge of scholarship from Student supporting team in advance.

Academic Return Period & Procedure

• During designated period: Apply using the internet, January / July (Refer to the academic calendar) • Procedure: Portal → Student Registry → Status Change → Application for return • Students who do not return to school in the semester following the expiration of his/her leave of absence will be expelled according to school regulation.

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Voluntary Resignation / Dismissal from the University Voluntary Resignation

• Any student wishing to voluntarily withdraw from the University should submit application for voluntary resignation with the reasons specified and co-signed by student's guarantor to obtain approval from student's academic advisor, the school head, and the president of the university.

Dismissal from the University

• A student in any of the following clauses shall be dismissed from the University by the president of the University. - A person who fails to return to school in the semester following the expiration of his/her leave of absence. - A person who does not enroll within the designated enrollment period and does not finish course registration for each semester. - A person who has received a total of three academic warnings and is considered unable to complete his/her program. - A person who fails to complete his/her program within the maximum period for enrollment

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Summer / Winter Session Period

• Sessions will be open during Summer/Winter vacation for 4~6 weeks.

Eligibility for vacation sessions

• Only enrolled students are eligible to register for summer or winter sessions. • Those who are on academic leave and want to take courses during summer or winter session should complete the academic return process for summer/winter session during the designated period.

Courses

• The list of the courses to open will be submitted from each school and announced to students during the designated period.

Credits

• Maximum of 6 credits can be taken during the session

Grading

• The grades that students receive during the sessions are included in the total GPA. • But the grades do not impact on the regular semester's academic affairs. (Academic warning, the honored students, etc.)

Payment

• Enrollment will be completed with payment. (The cost of each course will be announced before the enrollment period starts.)

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Graduation Degree Requirements

• Total Credits - Engineering Field : over 141 credits - Business Administration Field : over 140 credits • Total G.P.A. 2.0 or above • Internship : 3 credits or above • UNIST Leadership Program : 8AU • Interdisciplinary Project : S(Successful) • English: At least one of the English proficiency test score in the table below is required for graduation. Division

TOEFL (IBT)

TOEIC

TEPS

IELTS

Score

80

800

640

6.5

TOEIC G-TELP G-TELP Speaking & Writing (Level 2) (Level 3) 270

67

89

* TOEIC Speaking & Writing: In case that the sum of individual TOEIC speaking and writing scores are satisfied for graduation, the two records must be submitted at the same time.

Early Graduation

• Requirements - All of the graduation requirements should be met - Total GPA over 3.4 • Students who want to apply for early graduation should submit the 'Request for Early Graduation' to their school office within designated period.

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Certificate Types of Certificates

No.

Undergraduate/Graduate

Title of Certificate

1

Undergraduate/Graduate

Certificate of Enrollment

2

Undergraduate/Graduate

Certificate of Expulsion

3

Undergraduate/Graduate

Certificate of Course Completion

4

Undergraduate

Certificate of Graduation

5

Graduate

Certificate of Degree Conferment

6

Undergraduate

Certificate of Expected Graduation

7

Graduate

Certificate of Expected Course Completion

8

Graduate

Certificate of Expected Degree Conferment

9

Undergraduate/Graduate

Academic Transcripts

10

Undergraduate/Graduate

Certificate of Absence

※ To request a certificate in English, a student is required to input his/her English name on the UNIST portal. ※ Graduates who do not return their books, the certificate can not be issued.

Method & Procedures

Methods

Place

Procedures

Fee

Time required

[1] 1F, Main administration Students, themselves, can issue Building certificates from the automated [2] 1F, Library issuance machine at any time. On KRW 500/ Immediately 2F, Main Students can request certificates by campus 1sheet Administration visiting Educational Affairs Team. Building #202 Available time: (Educational Affairs Team) Mon~Fri 9:00~12:00, 13:00~18:00 1. Applicants can request certificates FAX free/ Local public offices to local public offices or G4C, www. Local public 1hour Fax (Office of Si, Gun, Gu, egov.go.kr office:Service ~3 hours Eup, Myun, Dong) 2. Certificates are sent by fax. Charge (KRW 300) Internet Certificate Issuance System

www.unist.ac.kr

Students: Portal -> Click the menu: Internet Certificate Issuance Alumni: www.unist.ac.kr -> Click the banner: Internet Certificate Issuance

free

Team in charge of the service

• Educational Affairs Team (Tel. 052-217-1114, Fax. 052-217-1119)

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• Scholarship • Career Services • Military Service • Student Residence & Facilities • Center for Healthcare and Counseling • Foreigner Sojourn


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Scholarship ■

Scholarship Types

Off Cam pus

On Cam pus

Selection Criteria

Scholarship Amount

National Scholarship (Science and Engineering)

above 3.1 / In accordance with the • Registration fee Acquired 12 stipulations offered by KOSAF • Full tuition fee credits

National Scholarship (Humanities and Social Sciences)

above 3.1 / In accordance with the • Registration fee Acquired 12 stipulations offered by KOSAF • Full tuition fee credits

KyungDong Scholarship

Selected Freshmen who need a financial support and good entrance exam results

National Need-based Scholarship

Students who need a financial support

above 3.1

• Registration fee • Full tuition fee

above 3.3

• Allowance of KRW 1,400,000/year

above 2.4

Amount of scholarship depends on family income (MAX KRW 6,000,000/year)

Uni-Star Scholarship

Selected Freshmen with top entrance exam results

• Registration fee • Full tuition fee • Allowance of above 3.3 / KRW 2,000,000/year Acquired 12 • Full tuition fee credits in UNIST Graduate • First consider as UNIST professor with world -famous university degree

Entrance Performance Scholarship

Freshmen not selected as the off-campus & Uni-Star Scholarship

Freshmen • Full tuition fee

Academic Performance Scholarship

In accordance with the GPA ※ Acquired 12 credits

※ KOSAF : KOREA STUDENTS AID FOUNDATION

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GPA (/4.3)

above 3.3

• Full tuition fee

above 2.7

• Half tuition fee


Types

On Cam pus

Selection Criteria

Scholarship Amount

UNIST Dream Scholarship

Students who need a financial support • Tuition fee (Also required to be selected as Work-Study) • Living expenses

UNIST Global Uni-star Scholarship

Selected Freshmen with top entrance exam • Tuition fee results • Living expenses

UNIST Global Dream Scholarship

Providing scholarship for International undergraduate students ※Except for Global Uni-star scholarship student

National Work-Study

Students who need a financial support

Scholarship amount will be announced later through UNIST Portal site.

UNIST WorkStudy

Students who need a financial support

Scholarship amount will be announced later through UNIST Portal site.

Association of Student Scholarship

President & Vice President of Student Government

• President : KRW 500,000/semester • Vice President : KRW 300,000/semester

Living Expenses

In accordance with the GPA

• KRW 300,000/month

• KRW 128,400/month

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Guideline

1) Application for Scholarship All applicants for scholarship should submit the documents required by the scholarship office. ※ All Freshmen have to apply for the National Need-based Scholarship. 2) Prohibition against Overlapping Benefits of Scholarship In principle, no student shall hold an additional scholarship that would give overlapping benefits. An exception to this rule can be made when the total amount of on-campus or off-campus scholarship does not exceed the tuition, and when the president of UNIST recognizes the necessity for providing a labor-service scholarship, an overseas studies scholarship, and living costs or textbook expenses. 3) Scholarship Limitations A scholarship shall end when the scholarship grantee takes a leave of absence during the freshman year, except in the case that the leave is granted for military service, for an extended hospital stay, or for some other unavoidable reason. 4) Method of Payment A scholarship shall be waived before tuition is paid. However, off-campus scholarships shall be subject to the rules set by the institution granting the scholarship. ※ Listed scholarships are subject to change without prior notice depending on the

university circumstances.

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UNIST Career Services “Design your Career(DUC)" Core Service Areas

• Careers advice and guidance - Customized individual careers counselling - Expert one to one advice with one of our careers consultants • CV, application and interview seminars - Run throughout the spring and autumn terms - To help you improve your presentation with employers - Workshops and seminars run by the team of careers consultants to assist you with CVs, applications, or the interview • Campus Recruiting - We provide a range of Campus Recruiting each semester - Careers talks and workshops, that put you in touch with employers • Study Groups - We support various study groups related to your careers • Careers information resources - Comprehensive information, advice, vacancies, free careers contents etc -> all accessible online at http://udc.unist.ac.kr • The Careers Information Room(Career Development Center) - You're welcome to come in and browse at any time, pick up booklets

Career Development Center

• Location : 104 Main Administration Building • Tel : 052-217-1134, 1138 • Homepage : http://udc.unist.ac.kr

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Military Service Process of Military Duties

Draft Physical Examination

Korean men who will be 19 years old go through draft physical examination. They go through a physical test which determines what kind of service they will be conducting. They can choose the date of draft physical examination in local MMA(Military Manpower Administration) where they live. ☎ Tel. 051-667-5231 ■

Grade of Physical Condition Category

1 grade 2 grade 3 grade 4 grade

5 grade

Recruit Service

Second Militiary Service

6 grade

7 grade

College Highschool graduate Highschool drop-out Middle school graduate

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Active Service

Exemption from Subject to Military Reexamination Service


Enrollment Date Postponement

If you are unable to carry out military duties because you have plans to enter college after your draft physical test, you must submit the application for Enrollment Date Postponement to the Regional MMA Office. In this case, candidates for college entrance may postpone their military duties for a total of two years, until the end of May of the year they turn 22. If you enter a four-year university, your military enrollment can be postponed by the time you turn 24. Then, university will send out the list of its enrollees and your military enrollment will be postponed automatically. If you wish to serve during the postponed period, you can apply for military enrollment. In this case, to help you serve whenever you wish, there are systems such as college student military enrolment application and preferred date of military enrollment. ☎ Tel. 051-667-5242

Technical Research Personnel

• Serving period : 3 years • Candidates’ Qualifications - People who can complete obligatory service before they turn 35 years old. - Master's degree holder working for a research institute selected as designated entity (including those who completed a combined master's-doctorial program) - People to be called up as public service personnel in supplemental military service who have bachelor's degree from discipline of natural sciences and are working for affiliate research institute of a small-and-medium sized enterprise selected as designated entity.

MMA Information

You can check the date of draft physical exam and conscription date in MMAwebsite. • Homepage: http://www.mma.go.kr • ARS: 1588-9090 • Automatic answering of deployed in Unit : ☎ 042-551-700

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Student Residence & Facilities Student Residence (Homepage: http://dorm.unist.ac.kr)

â–

Student Residence is located within the cozy forest accommodating many advanced facilities. Student Residence is an apartment-style which includes separate heating system and air conditioners. In addition, there are laundry rooms, cafeteria, convenience store, study room, etc. Student Residence was established to create an academic atmosphere through the provision of living convenience, and to build healthy environment through an orderly communal living.

Building 301 and Building 303

Convenience Store

Laundry Service

Billiards Area

Study Room

Lounge

Cafeteria

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Annual Schedule Month 3 4 5

6

7 8 9 10 11

12

Schedules

Date

1st semester of 2016 move in 1st semester begins (Start RA activity in 1st semester) 1st regular inspection of 1st semester 1st fire safety education Mid-term exams Notice of the apply for summer vacation Application period for regular move in 2nd regular inspection of 1st semester Finish RA activity in 1st semester 2nd fire safety education Notice of apply for 2nd semester Final exams 2016 1st semester move out 2016 summer vacation (10 weeks, 7 weeks) move in 2016 summer vacation (6 weeks) move in Application period for regular move in Regular inspection of summer vacation 2016 summer vacation move out & movement 2nd semester of 2016 move in 2nd semester begins (Start RA activity in 2nd semester) 1st regular inspection UNIST foundation day 1st fire safety education Mid-term exams Notice of apply for winter vacation Application period for regular move in 2nd Regular Inspection 2nd fire safety education Finish RA activity in 2nd semester Final exams 2016 2nd semester move out 2016 winter vacation (10 weeks, 7 weeks) move in 2016 winter vacation (6 weeks) move in

1(Tue) 2(Wed) 21(Mon)~25(Fri) 31(Thu) 19 (Tue)~25 (Mon) 9(Mon) 16(Mon)~20 (Fri) 16(Mon)~20 (Fri) 31(Tue) 2(Thu) 13(Mon) 14(Tue)~20(Mon) 21(Tue) 22(Wed) 27(Mon) 4(Mon)~8(Fri) 18(Mon)~22(Fri) 26(Fri) 27(Sat)~28(Sun) 29(Mon) 26(Mon)~30(Fri) 28(Wed) 29(Thu) 17(Mon)~21(Fri) 31(Mon) 7(Mon)~11 (Fri) 7(Mon)~11 (Fri) 17(Thu) 30(Wed) 12(Mon)~16(Fri) 17(Sat) 18(Sun) 23(Fri)

※ The annual schedule can be changed due to the policy.

Structure of Office Operation

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• Student Residence Operation Center (Between Bldg., 301 and Bldg., 303) - Administrative Related - Dorm Entry / Exit aid (1st, 2nd, 4th dormitory) - Payment / Refund of Dormitory Fees (1st, 2nd, 4th dormitory) ■

Convenient Facilities Operating Hours Division

Operating Hours Weekday

Dormitory Cafeteria (300 Bldg., 1F)

Weekend/ Holidays

Cafeteria

Weekday

Dormitory Cafeteria (Dorm 4) Student Dorm 1 Convenience store Student Dorm 2, 3 Student Dorm 4

Weekend/ Holidays Weekday/Weekend/Holidays Weekday

08:00 ~ next day 1:00a.m. 08:00 ~ 24:00

Weekday/Weekend/ Holidays

08:00 ~ 22:00

Weekday

10:00 ~ 19:00

Saturday

12:00 ~ 17:00

Sunday / Holidays

Open 24 hours

Friday/Weekend/ Holidays

Laundry Room(Student Dorm 4) UNI Snack(Student Dorm 2) Billiard Room(Student Dorm 2)

Breakfast 07:30 ~ 09:30 Lunch 11:30 ~ 13:30 Dinner 17:30 ~ 19:30 Breakfast 08:00 ~ 09:30 Lunch 11:30 ~ 13:30 Dinner 17:30 ~ 19:00 Lunch 11:30 ~ 13:30 Dinner 17:30 ~ 19:00 Closed

Weekday/Weekend/Holidays Weekday/Weekend/ Holidays

Closed 10:00 ~ 22:00 12:00 ~ 24:00

Sports Center

UNIST Sports Center has been opened since July 2010. It has swimming pool, squash court, indoor golf training court and fitness center. UNIST offers all of these facilities for students as well as community. (http://sports.unist.ac.kr, Tel : 052-254-4477, 217-6910) Day

Hours

Monday to Friday

06:00 ~ 22:00

Saturday

09:00 ~ 17:00

Every Sunday

closed

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Healthcare Center The UNIST healthcare center provides services for the physical and mental wellbeing of the students. ■

Location & Office Hours

• Location : the 1st basement of the Main Administration Bldg. near Kyungnam Bank(1F) (B105, 201) • Working Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm (Lunch break 12pm-1pm) • Tel : 052-217-4011(Counseling) 052-217-4012(Physical illness)

Services for Physical Health

• First-aid service - headache, cough and wound etc. • Infection prevention - partial financial support for flu vaccination • Basic health check-up - blood pressure, body fat percentage (InBody) • Smoking cessation clinic - free nicotine patch/gum

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Mental Health and Counseling Service

The UNIST healthcare center provides counseling and consultation services to students. It offers brief counseling and therapy to help students confront personal, academic, and career concerns. • Service Directory - Individual Therapy - Group Therapy - Outreach Programs for Students and Workshops - Psychological Testing (Student Skills, Career Interest, Personality, etc.) • Examples of common concerns - Anxieties about study, exams, and presentations - Stress, depression, and decreased motivation - Heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, or feelings of unreality - Trouble sleeping - Relationship difficulties, including friendship, roommate conflicts, senior-junior relation, and family problems - Loneliness and homesickness - Body image and eating problems - Substance use including alcohol and tobacco - Lack of self-confidence or low self-esteem - Traumatic experiences including sexual assault and relationship violence - Issues with gender and sexuality - Self-injury, suicidal thoughts, and anger

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Foreigner Sojourn ■

Foreigner registration & Extension of Stay Section Period

Required Documents

Procedure

Foreigner registration

Extension of Stay

Within 90 days from the Arrival date

At least 3 months prior to the date of expiration 1. Application 2. Passport 3. Alien registration card 4. Color photo (3cm*4cm) 5. A certificate of enrollment 6. An academic transcript 7. A tuition fee receipt 8. Confirmation of scholarship 9. A lease contract or confirmation of provided residence 10. Fee

1. Application 2. Passport 3. Color photo (3cm*4cm) 4. A certificate of enrollment 5. Fee

Submission of Application (Ulsan immigration office, fingerprinting) ↓ Issuance of Alien registration card

Submission of Application (Ulsan immigration office) ↓ Description on Alien registration card

Notification of change in registration information

Report details: Name, Date of birth, Nationality, Passport(issue and expiry date), Residence etc. • Period to report: Within 14 days from the date of change • Required Documents: Application, Passport, Alien registration card, Documents proving the change of personal information ■

Change in school registration status

• Academic leave: Alien registration record will be deleted upon your departure. • Procedure to Return: Apply for the academic return at portal → Contact International center → Visa documents(via Post fromUIC) → Apply for visa (D-2) → Obtain Visa → Arrival → Ailen registration card application

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Confirmation for Part-time job

: An international student who is interested in getting a part-time job needs to get approval from the Ulsan immigration office in advance. • Time permitted and period: 20 working hours per week(during the semester) Unlimited(during the vacation) • Required Documents: Passport, Alien card, Application form, Advisor's recommendation, Transcript, Certificate of Business Organization Code ※Contact : Mirye Seo, lamiseo@unist.ac.kr, International Center

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04 Student Program & Activities

• UNIST Internship Program • UNIST Leadership Program • Student Activities • Social Service • UNIST Culture Program • Posters & Signage Guidelines


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UNIST Internship Program ■

UNIST Internship Section Common requirement

Overview

Credit Approval Criteria

Required Grade

Research Internship

Industry Internship

Venture Creation Internship

- S&U Credit system(Pass/Fail) - Requirement for graduation(3 Internship credit as major)

- To procure and cultivate talented researcher and graduate student sponsored by each school

- To cultivate talented entrepreneurship undergraduate - To develop the talent students interested in with practical & startup throughout the business competency entrepreneurship sponsored by student -related education affairs team and each sponsored by Center school for Entrepreneurship Education and School of Business Administration

- Research Internship(1~3credits) - Short term industry internship (1-3 credits) - if just taking only 3 - Long-term internship credits of research - Venture Creation (4-16 credits) internship, you Internship (1~3credits) ※ Refer to the table must take the industrial replacement below for credit lecture(inquire of each approval criteria school) - Sophomore or higher

- Junior or higher

- Freshmen or higher

Credit Approval Criteria of Industry Internship Training Period

more than 4weeks ~less than 6 weeks more than 6weeks ~less than 8 weeks more than 8weeks ~less than 3months more than 3months ~less than 4months

Credits 1 2 3 4

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Training Period more than 4months ~less than 5months more than 5months ~less than 6months more than 6months ~less than 7months more than 7months ~less than 8months

Credits 5 6 7 8

Training Period

Credits

more than 8months ~less than 9months more than 9months ~less than 10months more than 10months ~less than 11months

10

more than 11months ~less than 12months (more than 12months)

12 (14)

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UNIST Leadership Program ■

Purpose

• UNIST Leadership program provides undergraduate students with various, hands-on opportunities to develop their leadership, communication and interpersonal skills as global leaders. • Students gain experience and knowledge to excel in classes, extracurricular activities and their future careers through multiple team activities, career education and voluntary service. ■

Characteristics

• Students must take the program 8AU(2AU x 4 semesters) for graduation. • Detailed information is noticed on portal leadership board before the beginning of each semester. Students are required to check the notice before registration. ■

2016 Leadership program(can be changed) Subdivision

Career education

Team activities (choosable)

Volunteer work

Contents • Career exploration lecture, specialist's lecture from each field, and meeting with the employed seniors • Sports activities - Rowing, Lifesaving experience, Skin-scuba, Archery, Dance sports, Temple stay • Culture activities - Book club, Role play, history/culture trip, English commons, Sign language (Korean) • Free activities / Leader activity • 15 hours per semester

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Student Activities ■

Campus Events

• Freshmen Orientation UNIST carries out programs for freshmen to plan their scholarly life and socialize with one another, sharing common interests. • Uni-Star Spring Festival Students can express their youth, passion, and vitality for the festival, briefly escaping the daily life grind, with a chance to relax and let off steam. The festival engages the local community by hosting various cultural events and promoting student creativity. • Uni-Star Autumn Festival The ‘Uni-Star Autumn Festival is comprised of club and departmental events to play a great role in enriching UNIST’s unique culture and tradition. • UNISTADIUM : Sports Competition The competition is held by science and technology oriented universities such as UNIST, KAIST, POSTECH and GIST. It is comprised of sports games, with players and cheering squads from each university.

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Student Body Student Body

Location

Telephone

Student Government Association

Student Union Bldg. 4th floor

052-217-6101~2

Student Clubs Association

Student Union Bldg. 4th floor

052-217-6103~4

Student Dormitory Council

UNIST Dormitory Bldg. 303 / 1st floor

052-217-6107

• Undergraduate Student Council The Undergraduate Student Council exists to improve the student school experience and to promote communication between the university and students, and to engage the students themselves, striving to create a modern and unique UNIST culture to ensure all students enjoy an active and productive school life. • Student Clubs Association The Student Clubs Association supports club activities and culture-welfare. Various events are hosted by the association with Arts and physical education clubs, academic clubs, and culture clubs. It also selects Key clubs, and supports for regular clubs and interim registered clubs. • Student Dormitory Council The Student Dormitory Council exists for the welfare and convenience of dormitory students, representing their interests and demands. • UNIST International Student Organization(UISO) UISO is a student government body working for the UNIST international student welfare and assists UNIST in communicating with students from diverse cultures and backgrounds. UISO seeks to ensure a diverse global campus, facilitate cross cultural awareness and encourage community welfare.

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Student Club list Field

No.

Club Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

ASTRAL CZARDAS E.A.United Earth Cops Elite of Elites Enactus UNIST Ensemble EpideMIC GRAPHOS HeXA IVF JUNTO MACH Melting Point NEST PEAK PIANISTAR SHAMU ULECA UNICH UNIS UNIST CCC UNIST ROCKETS Unplugged U-Turn Value Explorer 다믐(DA-MM) 단비(Dan.B) 본(BON) 비연(BiYeon) 산내음(San nae uem) Sexy Tennis 수담(SUDAM) 시음(SIEUM) 유흥(Uheung) 정복동(JBD) 추억 현상소 (Photo memorial club) 피노키오(Pinocchio) Electronic Sensational Club Feathering International FC JOKER Nomads Ping

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

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Academics Sports o

o

o o

o

o

o

o

o o o

Photograph

o

o o o o o o o o o

o o

o o o

o o o o o

Activity Astronomy Strings ensemble Soccer Soccer Mathematics / Physics Social Business Orchestra R&B and Hiphop Illustration Hacking Christianity Biology Badminton Rock Band Play Acoustic guitar Piano Swimming Chemistry Cheer-leading Basketball Christianity Baseball Acoustic Band Dance Investment Documentary Voluntary work Humanities Taekwondo Climbing Tennis Baduk / Organ / Chess Debate on social issue Samulnori Boxing

o

o

o

o

Religion Business & Social service & Economy

o o o

o o

Culture & Arts

o o

o o

Robot House party Soccer Soccer Magic Basketball sports


Field No.

Club Name

45 46 47 48 49

Pitch High UNEP ANGEL UNIST Motors UNIST RCY 미담장학회(MIDAM) 개그의발견 (Discovery of gag) 검향(Gumhyang) 네잎클로버봉사단 (Four-leaf clover Club) 다이제(Diget) Anaksunamoon 작작하자 (Jakjak Haja)

50 51 52 53 54 55 ■

Academics Sports

Culture & Arts o

o

Religion Business & Social service & Economy o o o

o

Accappella Environment Automobile Voluntary work Voluntary work Gag

o o o o

Activity

Kendo Voluntary work Soccer Basketball composition

o

Student Body

• Broadcasting: UNISTATION • Newspaper Publication: The UNIST Journal ■

Student Club Registration

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Social Service ■

Purpose

• Through various volunteer works for the disadvantaged groups of the society, students learn and practice honesty, faithfulness and contribute to the society. ■

Organization for Volunteer Work

• Volunteer work at social welfare facility for teenager, the aged, female, children and the disabled • Mentoring or volunteer work for rural communities decided by the local government or UNIST ■

Period & Hours

• Students need to do 15 hours of volunteer work per semester. - Social service is mandatory for completing Leadership Program. - Maximum hours for a day: 8 hours (※ Blood donation: 4hours a day)

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UNIST Culture Program ■

Purpose

• To possess cultural knowledge as a leader through cultural performances of various genre • To relieve stress and reduce the burden of study enjoying campus life ■

Attention

• UNIST Culture Program is held monthly in-campus. • Students would keep good manners during the performance.

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Posters & Signage Guidelines â–

How to post on Campus

1. Either English posting materials or English-Korean posting materials(1page) are allowed to be posted.(Korean only materials are not allowed) 2. Student organizations have to get prior approval from the Dean of Admissions and Student Affairs before posting. (Contact point : Student Affairs Team) 3. Register publisher's identity including specific details such as the organization name, school, individual name, posting period, and contact no. etc. In addition, a stamp and offcialseal is required at the bottom of all posters. Any materials posted without approval will be removed. 4. All the promotional materials shall be posted on designated posting boards, and up to ‘Ten materials’will be permitted at one time. 5. In principle, event publicity materials shall be removed and discarded by the day on which the advertised event happens, and other materials shall be removed within a week of posting. All the materials shall be immediately removed by the publishers after the posting period expires. 6. Student organizations have to get prior approval from the Student Residence Team before posting in their student dormitories.

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05 School & Division

• Division of General Studies • School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering • School of Materials Science and Engineering • School of Energy and Chemical Engineering • School of Design and Human Engineering • School of Life Science • School of Natural Science • School of Electrical and Computer Engineering • School of Urban and Environmental Engineering • School of Business Administration


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Introduction

The Division of General Studies(DGS) provides the freshmen the fundamental courses in basic science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) as well as arts, humanities, social science, computer programming, communication and languages. Those courses will be the building blocks for students' future specialities whatsoever. For example, "Music and Creativity" is one of the most popular courses from which the students can learn how to play musical instruments such as piano, violin, etc, and understand what the music is. Basically, the education of DGS is a liberal arts and science education in the sense that it teaches the students how to think about, learn about, and understand all aspect of society and science. The courses offered by DGS are intended to widen students' intellectual horizon and to enhance their innovative creativity together with harmonious personality by encouraging cooperative study. Most courses also adopt Flipped Learning Model(FLM), which basically requires the students' self-study by emphasizing preparation for each class in advance. This method of learning will also be a building block for their future research. Actually, FLM is successfully settled down at UNIST now, and currently many other universities are trying to adopt FLM, but not as much as UNIST yet. * Homepage : http://dgs.unist.ac.kr

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Faculty Name

Tel

Office

Sungpyo Hong

2030

BAB406-4

Kook Joe Shin

2026

BAB406-6

Jai-hyung Lee

2033

BAB406-3

Dong Pyo Chi

2034

BAB406-1

Jin-Young Kim

2010

BAB401-7

Seung-bae Park

2011

BAB406-9

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Differential Geometry sungpyo@unist.ac.kr Lorentzian Geometry Reaction Dynamics in Solution Molecular Reorientation shinkj@unist.ac.kr Dynamics in Solution Nonlinear Chemical Reactions Laser Physics, Nonlinear and jaileeunist@unist.ac.kr Quantum Optics dpchi@unist.ac.kr Mathematical physics Human Communication jyk@unist.ac.kr Mass Communication nature@unist.ac.kr Philosophy of Science & Ethics


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Tel

Office

E-mail

Saera Yoon

2012

BAB401-5

sayoon@unist.ac.kr

Jeongyeon Kim

2013

BAB401-6

jkim@unist.ac.kr

Jinsook Choi

2014

BAB401-4

jschoi@unist.ac.kr

Kyong-Mi Paek

2015

BAB406-10

kpaek@unist.ac.kr

Bradely Tatar

2016

BAB401-1

btatar@unist.ac.kr

Huiyuhl Yi

2021

Daehyeon Nam

2023

Minkyu Sung

2025

Inkyoung Lee

2020

JongEun Lee

2024

Hyomin Kim

2018

Jae-yon Lee

2028

Hyun-Kyung Lee

2032

Jooyoung Lee

Wook-Dong kim

2036

2035

Research Area Russian Literature and Culture Comparative Literature Sociolinguistics, Language policy, Second language teaching/Learning Cultural Anthropology Language & Culture Art&Design, Art Education Creative process & practice in the arts Cultural Anthropology

Personal Identity Metaphysics of Death BAB406-8 huiyuhl@unist.ac.kr Free Will and Determinism Moral Responsibility Corpus-Based Language BAB406-7 dnam@unist.ac.kr Instruction Text and Discourse Analysis minkyusung@unist. Rhetoric of Science, Technology BAB406-12 ac.kr and Medicine inkyounglee@unist. Piano Performance BAB401-3 ac.kr Chamber Music Performance Violin Performance BAB401-11 jongeunlee@unist.ac.kr Music Pedagogy and Chamber Music Coaching Public understanding of health risks and policy-making New energy projects and open BAB401-9 khyomin17@unist.ac.kr planning Media and public understanding of science Modern Korean Literature BAB401-2 jlee2791@unist.ac.kr Literary Sociology (Network Analysis & Text Mining) Integrated Art&Design Education, BAB401-12 hlee@unist.ac.kr Role & Function of the National Design Museums

BAB401-10

BAB401-8

shallibrown@unist. ac.kr

U.S. History U.S. Foreign relations History of International relations Cold war history Cultural History

wdykim@unist.ac.kr

English Literature Translation Studies : Theories and Practices Korean American Literature

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School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering ■

Introduction

The School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering (MNE) consists of two tracks such as Mechanical Engineering (MEN) and Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE). The MNE focuses on world-class research and education in order to nurture creative experts and scholars who can contribute to the development and advancement of cutting-edge industries. With the state-of-the-art facilities, the combination of traditional engineering and IT, and interdisciplinary approaches, the school concentrates on a variety of research fields, including design, manufacturing, system analysis, energy, nuclear reactions, nuclear fuels and nuclear fuel cycle, nuclear fuel cladding and structural materials, nuclear reactor/ system thermal-hydraulics and safety, nuclear radiation, waste disposal, and many nuclear applications. Although the MNE provides two disciplines with students, it emphasizes both the creativity and ingenuity of the education. ■

Track Information

• Mechanical Engineering(MEN) Mechanical Engineering deals with numerous systems and has a variety of important applications such as automobiles, aircraft, ships, home appliances, electronic devices, power plants and so on. The mechanical systems and the fundamental science and technology of mechanical engineering have made dramatic advances and high impacts on the global economies and the standard of living. In the track of mechanical engineering, students are educated and trained to learn the underlying principles of mechanical engineering and to apply the knowledge to real-world examples and case studies hands-on. Disciplines include thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, dynamics, machine design, advanced materials processing, laser-assisted manufacturing, micro/nano machining, MEMS, biomedical products, controls and mechatronics, acoustics, tribology and so on

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• Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) The science and engineering principles for nuclear engineering are provided, which are related to using the energy released from nuclear fission or fusion such as nuclear power generation, nuclear propulsion, nuclear radiation applications. Education and research topics include design principles and analyses for nuclear reactions, commercial light water reactors and next-generation nuclear reactors such as liquid-metal-cooled fast reactor and gas-cooled reactor for hydrogen generation, nuclear fusion reactor, fuel cycle and nuclear waste disposal, systems and components for nuclear reactors, reactor theory, nuclear thermo-hydraulics, nuclear fuel and cladding, nuclear structural materials, magnetohydrodynamics, and nuclear radiation applications, nuclear chemistry, nuclear reliability, radiation materials, nuclear thermodynamics, radioactive waste, and nuclear instrumentation and control. * Homepage : http://mne.unist.ac.kr

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E-mail

Youngil Youm

2326

Emeritus Professor

youmyi@unist.ac.kr

Biomechanics, Kinematics&Dynamics of Mechanisms, Robotics, CAD

Taesung Kim

2313

EB1 501-3

tskim@unist.ac.kr

Microfluidics, Lab-on-a-chip, BioMEMS, Cell-chip, Nanomechanics

Hyungson Ki

2310

EB1 501-2

hski@unist.ac.kr

Laser Materials Processing, Multiphysics Simulations

Young-Bin Park

2314

EB1 501-8

ypark@unist.ac.kr

Composite Materials, Nanocomposites, Carbon Nanomaterials

Heungjoo Shin

2315

Hyung Wook Park

2319

Chun Sang Yoo

2322

Sung Youb Kim

2321

Jaesung Jang

2323

EB1 501-6 EB1 501-10 EB1 501-7 EB1 401-4 EB1 501-1

hjshin@unist.ac.kr hwpark@unist.ac.kr csyoo@unist.ac.kr

Research Area

MEMS, Micro/Nano Bio/Chemical sensor, SPM Micro/macro-machining, Nano-fluid, composite Computational Combustion, Propulsion, Pollution, IC Engine

sykim@unist.ac.kr

Computational Nanomechanics

jjang@unist.ac.kr

Microfluidics, Bio-Chips (Bio-Sensors), Aerosols (Bio-Aerosols)

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Research Area Robotics, control algorithms and advanced sensing technologies for human-robot interaction

Joonbum Bae

2335

EB1 501-9

jbbae@unist.ac.kr

Hoon Eui Jeong

2339

EB1 501-5

hoonejeong@ unist.ac.kr

Biomimetic design and structures. Biomimetic locomotion and actuation

Jaeseon Lee

2342

jaeseonlee@ unist.ac.kr

Innovative Thermal Engineering

Hungsun Son

2343

Wooseok Ji

2345

Jae Hwa Lee

2350

Jooha Kim

2362

Dong-Seong Sohn

2938

Ji Hyun Kim

2913

EB1 301-1 EB1 301-2 EB1 301-3 EB1 301-4 EB1 501-4 NSB 401-4 NSB 401-7

In Cheol Bang

2915

Hee Reyoung Kim

hson@unist.ac.kr wsji@unist.ac.kr jhlee06@unist.ac.kr

Electromechanical System and control Composite materials and structures Computational fluid mechanics

kimjooha@unist.ac.kr Experimental fluid mechanics dssohn@unist.ac.kr

Nuclear fuel design/analysis

kimjh@unist.ac.kr

Nuclear Materials, Nuclear fission energy systems

NSB 401-8

icbang@unist.ac.kr

Nuclear Thermal-Hydraulics, Nanofluids Science and Technology

2943

NSB 401-2

kimhr@unist.ac.kr

Liquid Metal Magnetohydrodynamics, Environmental Radiation Safety

Deokjung Lee

2940

NSB 401-3

deokjung@unist.ac.kr

Computational Reactor Physics, Advanced Reactor Core Analysis

Sangjoon Ahn

2351

NSB 401-1

sjahn99@unist.ac.kr

Nuclear fuel/material experiments and performance modeling

Sungyeol Choi

2352

Seung Jun Lee

2363

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chois@unist.ac.kr sjlee420@unist.ac.kr

Nuclear Fuel Cycle & Nuclear Security Probabilistic Safety Assessment Risk-Informed Application


School of Materials Science and Engineering ■

Introduction

The School of Materials Science and Engineering is an interdisciplinary field which emphasizes the study of processing-structure-property relations in materials. In order to develop new materials and find their applications, it is important to understand the fundamental relationship between the structure, processing and properties. The School of Materials Science and Engineering covers conventional materials to most advanced materials including nano materials and beyond ■

Track Information

• Advanced Materials Science (AMS) Students in Advanced Materials Science (AMS) track will learn how the structure is controlled during the manufacturing process by various chemical, thermal, mechanical, electrical and other treatments. MS track is directed towards understanding of various materials such as metals, ceramics, semiconductors, polymers and hybrid materials at both macroscopic and microscopic scale. Advanced materials in this area include structural materials covering cars, aerospace and ships, electronic materials covering semiconductors and displays, and energy materials covering solar cells, fuel cells, batteries and supercapacitors. We expect the students to play a key role in a wide range of modern science, technologies and industrial fields based on the knowledge of materials science and engineering. • Nano Materials Engineering (NME) Students in Nano Materials Engineering (NME) track will learn the basic knowledges of nano materials science and engineering. NME track is directed towards understanding of various nano materials, nanostructures and its applications mostly in the nano regime. Nano materials design and synthesis, nano processing and nano devices fabrications are in the scope of this specialized track. We envision that the students will pioneer realization of nano materials in modern nano science and technologies based on the knowledge of nano materials. * Homepage : http://mse.unist.ac.kr UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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Zonghoon Lee

Tel

Office

2327

EB1 401-3

E-mail

Research Area

zhlee@unist.ac.kr

Transmission Electron Microscopy, Atomic-scale Materials Science, Graphene, Carbon Nano Materials, In Situ TEM, Energy Materials

Lee Soon Park

2349

EB1 401-5

parkls@unist.ac.kr

Flexible OLED new materials, process and fabrication. Touch Screen Panel(TSP) new materials and process. Nano-materials synthesis and application

Soon-Yong Kwon

2312

EB1 401-6

sykwon@unist.ac.kr

Graphene.LED(Light Emittin Diode) Nanogenerator, Phase Change Materials

jbaik@unist.ac.kr

Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Energy & Environmental devices,Piezoelectric/Triboele ctric Generators, Artificial Photosynthesis, Smart sensor, Nanophotonics (LEDs)

Jeong Min Baik

2324

EB1 401-8

Myoung Hoon Song

2316

EB1 401-7

2347

EB1 301-9

Wook Jo

Organic Semiconductor, Organic mhsong@unist.ac.kr Optoelectronics, Photonic Devices

wookjo@unist.ac.kr

Lead-free piezoceramics, Feroic cooling through electrocaloric effect, Piezotronic sensors, Dielectrics for energy storage

Kyoung-Jin Choi

2337

EB1 301-5

choi@unist.ac.kr

Nano-structured solar cells, Hybrid solar cells, Thermoelectric and piezoelectric energy generator, Solid state cooling

Ju-Young Kim

2334

EB1 301-7

juyoung@unist.ac.kr

Multi-funtional Nanocoposites, Nano/Bio Mechanics, Device Reliablilty

Sung Soo Park

2328

EB1 401-2

sspark@unist.ac.kr

Alloy Design, Metallic Materials Processing, Superplasticity, TEM

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Tel

Office

E-mail

Research Area Flexible & Stretchable Electronics, Wearable Electronics, Bio-implantable Electronics Synthesis of well-designed multifunctional nanomaterials. Inorganic ligand chemistry development for device applications. Understanding the electrical charge and heat transport in the nanomaterial solids.

Jang-Ung Park

2533

EB1 801-1

jangung@unist.ac.kr

Jae Sung Son

2348

EB1 301-7

jsson@unist.ac.kr

Hyung-Joon Shin

2329

EB1 401-1

shinhj@unist.ac.kr

Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Nanomaterials, Interface science, Molecular and atomic science

Jung-Woo Yoo

2330

EB1 401-9

jwyoo@unist.ac.kr

Molecular/Organic Spintronics, Spintronics, Atomic/Molecular layer deposition

Ki-Suk Lee

2336

EB1 301-6

kisuk@unist.ac.kr

Magnetic materials Magnetism in nanostructrures, Spin dynamics Magnonics (spin waves),Spintronic devices

Sukbin Lee

Chaenyung Cha

Han Gi Chae

Young Chul Jun

2340

EB1 301-8

3d materials science, Computational materials science, Microstructural evolution and transformation, sukbinlee@unist.ac.kr Microstructure-property relation, Structural/functional metals, ceramics and composites

5328

NSB 201-10

Multifunctional Nanocomposite Biomaterials, Microfabrication Technology, Tissue Engineering

2325

NSB 201-1

2353

NSB 201-2

ccha@unist.ac.kr

hgchae@unist.ac.kr

ycjun@unist.ac.kr

Polymer Physics, Polymer Processing, Carbon Nano Materials, Ultra High Strength/ Modulus Carbon Fiber, Polymer Nanocomposites for MultiFunctional Smart Fiber/Textile Nanophotonics, Plasmonics, Metamaterials, Wearable devices, Graphene photonics, Internet of Things(IoT)

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School of Energy and Chemical Engineering ■

Introduction

The School of Energy and Chemical Engineering combines chemical engineering principles and advanced technologies to solve the facing challenges in the energy industry. Students in our program learn fundamental science and engineering and have qualification to apply their knowledge in the practical life. We aim to support our students to be the next leaders in the engineering field, solving the grand challenge problems of the 21st century and improving the quality of life. The field of Energy and Chemical Engineering encompasses a wide range of science and engineering subjects including green chemical processes, chemical engineering, advanced materials, and energy conversion/storage. Students will achieve in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience on catalysts, nanomaterials/nanodevices, polymers, fine chemicals, applied molecular chemistry, and energy-related subjects. ■

Research Area

• Energy Engineering - Energy Conversion and Storage Systems - Solar Cells - Fuel Cells - Rechargeable Batteries - Nano Energy Materials • Chemical Engineering - Catalysis - Thermodynamics/Statistical Mechanics - Transport Phenomena - Organic/inorganic nanomaterials - Functional nanodevices/sensors - Polymer Rheology - Multi-scale Modeling and Simulations - Energy materials

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Faculty Name

Tel

<ENE-Energy Engineering Track> Office E-mail

Sang-Young Lee

2948

NSB 601-8

syleek@unist.ac.kr

Sang Il Seok

2946

EB1 801-6

seoksi@unist.ac.kr

Seok Ju Kang

3021

NSB 601-6

sjkang@unist.ac.kr

Guntae Kim

2917

NSB 701-8

gtkim@unist.ac.kr

Youngsik Kim

2921

AMRB 103

ykim@unist.ac.kr

Jin Young Kim

2911

NSB 701-3

jykim@unist.ac.kr

Jungki Ryu

2564

NSB 501-10

jryu@unist.ac.kr

Soojin Park

2515

NSB 701-9

spark@unist.ac.kr

Jongnam Park

2927

NSB 601-2

jnpark@unist.ac.kr

Hyesung Park

2563

NSB 501-4

hspark@unist.ac.kr

Jong-Beom Baek

2510

NSB 601-5

jbbaek@unist.ac.kr

Kwanyong Seo

2950

NSB 701-7

kseo@unist.ac.kr

Changduk Yang

2920

NSB 701-1

yang@unist.ac.kr

JunHee Lee

2569

NSB 501-6

junhee@unist.ac.kr

Hyunwook Lee

2593

NSB 501-2

leehw@unist.ac.kr

Ji-Hyun Jang

2922

NSB 401-6

clau@unist.ac.kr

Yoon Seok Jung

2944

NSB 501-1

ysjung@unist.ac.kr

Jaephil Cho

2910

NSB 701-5

jpcho@unist.ac.kr

Nam-Soon Choi

2926

NSB 501-3

nschoi@unist.ac.kr

Research Area Nanostructured soft-materials for smart energy applications Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Solar Cells, Functional InorganicOrganic Hybride Materials Metal-oxygen batteries, 2D layered materials Electrochemistry & Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) Li-air battery, Li-liquid battery, Multilayer electrolyte cell, Solid state materials for electrodes, electrolytes, and catalysts PLED, PCS Artificial Photosynthesis, VirusEnabled Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials Fabrication of Block Copolymer Templates Synthesis of Nanoparticles Low dimensional materials synthesis (graphene, MoS2, nanowire, etc) and applications in functional devices (emerging solar cells, LEDs, FETs, etc) CNT, High Performance Polymer Highly Efficient Si Nano-/ Microwire Solar Cells Organic Electronics Photo-catalysis simulation, Quantum Materials Genome In situ transmission electron microscope studies on energy storage materials Interference Lithography Batteries, solid electrolytes, allsolid-state batteries, atomic layer deposition Li batteries, Metal-Air batteries, Redox flow batteries Versatile liquid and polymer electrolytes

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Tel

Jae Sung Lee

2544

Hyunhyub Ko

2532

Sang Kyu Kwak

2541

Ja Hun Kwak

2552

So Youn Kim

2558

Chunggi Baig

2538

Hyun-Kon Song

2512

Kwangjin An

2586

Sung Kuk Lee

2514

Ji Seok Lee

2566

Chang Young Lee

2547

Sang Hoon Joo

2522

Sung You Hong

2528

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Research Area

Photocatalytic water splitting for solar hydrogen and fuels, Materials and electrocatalysis EB1 801-4 jlee1234@unist.ac.kr for low temperature fuel cells, Catalysis for energy and environment Functional Nanomaterials and EB1 801-8 hyunhko@unist.ac.kr Devices, Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Nanostructures Molecular Modeling and Simulation, Statistical EB1 801-7 skkwak@unist.ac.kr Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Molecular Physics EB1 701-2 jhkwak@unist.ac.kr Molecular Catalysis Colloids, Polymer NSB 601-09 soyounkim@unist.ac.kr nanocomposite, Block copolymers Multiscale Modeling and Simulations of Polymer/Bio/ EB1 809-9 cbaig@unist.ac.kr Nano-photonic Materials, Rheology of Macromolecular Fluids NSB 701-2 philiphobi@unist.ac.kr Nanomaterials, Biomaterials Catalysis using Nanoparticles, Heterogeneous Catalytic NSB 501-7 kjan@unist.ac.kr Reaction Study, Biofuel conversion Biofuels, Microbial Metabolic EB1 601-7 sklee@unist.ac.kr Engineering, Synthetic Biology High-throughput synthesis of anistropic microparticle using flow lithography, microfluidic NSB 701-10 jiseok@unist.ac.kr device fabrication, Biosensor, Conjugated polymer synthesis, Nanocrystal synthesis Nanomaterials, EB1 901-9 cylee@unist.ac.kr Neuroengineering, Analytical Chemistry Inorganic Nanomaterials, EB1 801-5 shjoo@unist.ac.kr Energy Materials, Catalysis Organic and Inorganic Synthesis, Carbohydrate EB1 801-10 syhong@unist.ac.kr Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Catalysts for the Coupling Reactions


School of Design and Human Engineering ■

Introduction

UNIST school of Design and Human Engineering is unique by its joint program of Design, Human Factors and Engineering. Design is nowadays a driver for innovation: bringing solutions for real-world problems. The industrial designer is a global player, able to master the whole design process, from research to ideas and from concept to production. This ability is based on an integratedapproach of design, human factors and engineering. Our school is pioneering a relevant curriculum that prepares designers for essential roles in industry today. Creativity is fundamental and students learn to create our future. To support design we have three interrelated tracks: - Industrial Design (ID) - Human Factors Engineering (HFE) - System Design and Control Engineering (SDC) * Homepage : http://dhe.unist.ac.kr ■

DHE Vision

For the School of Design and Human Engineering new horizons are appearing. Today, designers are continuously challenging their boundaries and becoming an integral voice in a number of different businesses and industries. What has previously defined industrial design (engineering) and human factors is no longer relevant and for a number of different reasons, organizations have started to look to design and design thinking to lead their product development process. In the coming years we believe that there will continue to be an increased focus on the front-end of the design process. More design firms will shift their focus to business strategy as companies begin to see the benefits it provides. Design is a way of thinking that is applicable far beyond the design of products and services, and for this reason, the role of the designer will continue to evolve in the years to come. ■

Track Information

• Industrial Design (ID) The goal of Industrial Design track is to foster creative designers who can UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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lead the innovative design of product and product-service systems. It provides interdisciplinary courses on design knowledge, methods and techniques across the entire product development process, including problem definition, user and market analysis, needs finding, creative idea generation, form and function development, design engineering, prototyping and business start-up. Students majoring in the ID track will play an essential role as integrative design thinkers and practitioners in future society, leading positive and innovative change in our society by employing user-centered design and scientific methods. â&#x20AC;˘ Human Factors Engineering (HFE) The goal of Human Factors Engineering track is to educate students to understand human abilities, capabilities and the human centred design process. To achieve this goal, students learn to design experimental studies that investigate human performance, behaviour or cognition, to analyse human behavioural and physiological data, and to use these processes and data to improve the usability, safety and comfort of products, services or systems. The track provides courses covering fundamental knowledge in human factors engineering and human performance, as well as research and design methods that can be applied to tackle real world problems. â&#x20AC;˘ System Design and Control Engineering (SDC) System Design and Control Engineering Program focuses on; (i) rehabilitation robotics (ii) additive manufacturing & simulation (iii) smart factory control, and (iv) machinehealthcare. Research applications and projects in this group cover breadth and depth of complex systems design and control engineering areas such as (i) development of the real clinic application of diagnosis/training devices and methods for the rehabilitation, based on biomechanics and robotics, (ii) exploration of 3D printing technology and its industrial applications, (iii) smart factory control platform design, and (iv) self-sustainable machine design, (v) smart IoT sensors and big data analytics for machine health care. Education in this graduate program is characterized by offering a number of pertinent courses providing the students with the enhancement of their systematic design knowledge including state-ofthe-art engineering tools for system synthesis, analysis, and control through indepth discussions and hand-on team projects. The program finally leads the students to become professionals not only with systems engineering knowledge but also with creative problem solving ability in industries and academia.

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Tel

Office

E-mail hchristiaans@ unist.ac.kr mwlee@unist.ac.kr

Research Area

Christiaans, Henri

2736

EB1,1001-9

Lee, Myunwoo

2717

EB1,901-4

Kwak, Youngshin

2710

EB1,1001-5

Kyung, Gyouhyung

2711

EB1,901-6

Kim, Duckyoung

2713

EB1,1001-8

High Touch Design Color Vision & Science, yskwak@unist.ac.kr Image Preference Human Factors Engineering ghkyung@unist.ac.kr HMI / HCI / UX / DHM / BCI dykim@unist.ac.kr Smart Factory

Kim, Kwanmyung

2714

EB1,901-3

kmyung@unist.ac.kr

Kim, Namhun

2715

EB1,1001-1

nhkim@unist.ac.kr

Xiong, Shuping

2716

EB1,901-7

maverickhkust@ unist.ac.kr

Human performance modeling

Shin, Gwanseob

2719

EB1,1001-6

gshin@unist.ac.kr

Physical Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics

Baek, Joonsang

2720

EB1,1001-2 joonsbaek@unist.ac.kr Product service system design

Self, James A.

2722

EB1,901-8

Oakley, Ian

2724

EB1,901-5

Kwon, Daeil

2725

Lee, Seungchul

2726

Kim, Sungphil

2727

Kim, Chajoong

2730

EB1,1001-3

cjkim@unist.ac.kr

Jeong, Yunwoo

2712

EB1,1001-4

yunwoojeong@unist. ac.kr

Industrial Design, Product Design, Transportation Design, Trend, Future, Mobility, Style

Kim, Jin-Sung

2732

EB1, 901-9

jinsungk@unist.ac.kr

Industrial Design, Design Production, Design for daily use

2729

Robotics for rehabilitation & Diagnosis, Mechatronic tools for rehabilitation and diagnosis, EB1,1001-6 sanghkang@unist.ac.kr Biomechanics for rehabilitation, Assistive & health care Robotics, Robot control

Kang, Sang Hoon

jaself@unist.ac.kr

Urban Mobility

Design Integration & Innovation, Collaborative Design, Design Methodology Manufacturing Systems (Modeling, Simulation and Control)

Design Practice

ianoakley@unist.ac.kr Multi-modal Interface Design Product Reliability, Risk EB1,1001-7 dkwon@unist.ac.kr Assessment and Health Management EB1, 901-1 seunglee@unist.ac.kr Sustainable Systems Brain-Computer Interfaces EB1, 901-2 spkim@unsit.ac.kr Cognitive Engineering Human Product(Service) Interaction Product(Service) Experience

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Kwon, Oh-Sang

Tel

2735

Office

EB1,901-10

E-mail

Research Area

oskwon@unist.ac.kr

Vision science. Visuomotor coordination. Aging. Computational modeling of perception and action. Bayesian approach. Computational cognitive modeling, Attention allocation and eye movement, User driven product planning and development, Human factors, Human-computer interaction

Lim, JiHyoun

2738

NSB,201-3

jh.lim@unist.ac.kr

Park, Young-Woo

2734

EB1,901-10

ywpark@unist.ac.kr

Hong, Hwajung

2737

NSB, 301-8

Human-Computer Interaction, hwajung@unist.ac.kr Social Computing, Assistive Technology, Crowdsourcing

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School of Life Sciences ■

Introduction

The School of Life Sciences aims to improve human health by interdisciplinary research and education in biomedical sciences and engineering through the convergence of fundamental biology, nanotechnology and various engineering principles. In order to meet the increased needs in healthcare and advanced medical theragnostics, the School of Life Sciences is training creative global leaders through its interdisciplinary research and education programs. ■

Track Introduction

• Biological Sciences[BIO] Ground-breaking research achievements in biological sciences, such as the human genome project, stem cell research, innovative therapies in cancers, and age-related diseases, highlight the potential of biological sciences to be one of the most promising areas in science. The Biological Sciences track aims to produce brilliant and creative scientific minds that are familiar with the principles of biology and the cutting-edge equipment available at the state-of-the-art facilities provided by UNIST. Research in the Biological Sciences track at UNIST focuses on age-related diseases, neuroscience, stem cells, microbial pathogens and regenerative medicine. • Biomedical Engineering(BME) Biomedical engineering (BME) aims to improve human health by applying advanced engineering principles and methods to medical and biological problems, such as disease diagnostics, health monitoring, treatment, and therapy. In order to meet the increased needs in healthcare, The BME track at UNIST pursues to train creative global leaders through top-class interdisciplinary research and education programs. Our competitive research programs include biochips, biomedical devices, biomimetics, biomaterials, molecular imaging, tissue engineering, bioinformatics, genomics, optical gene control, genome engineering, drug delivery, bio-robots and so on. ■

Mission and Vision

The primary mission of our school is to establish world-leading research groups and nourish world-class scientists and engineers in the interdisciplinary areas of UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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biological sciences and biomedical engineering. The goal of this discipline is to advance the fundamental understanding of biological systems and to translate this knowledge into innovative solutions for novel materials, devices, and processes in order to provide paradigm-shifting solutions for human health. The School of Life Sciences at UNIST provides a world-class education for fundamental knowledge as well as hands-on experiments to best prepare young students in both our undergraduate and graduate programs to be the global leaders in biological sciences and biomedical engineering. Students in our school have excellent opportunities to participate in undergraduate research programs both on campus as well as in partner groups abroad, such as at UC-Irvine, the Univ. of MichiganAnn Arbor and the Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Examples of industries where UNIST School of Life Sciences graduates would be impactful include biotechnology, biomaterials, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and many others. ■

Faculty Name

Tel

Office

E-mail

Research Area

Pann-Ghill Suh

2621

EB1-705-3

pgsuh@unist.ac.kr

Signal transduction on metabolic diseases cell differentiation (cancer & stem cells)

Yoon-Kyoung Cho

2511

EB1-601-4

ykcho@unist.ac.kr

Lab-on-a-chip, Biosensors, Surfaces and Interfaces, Microfluidics, Nanorheology

Hyug Moo Kwon

2535

EB1-701-5

hmkwon@unist.ac.kr

Transcriptional regulation in inflammatory diseases

Kyungjae Myung

5323

AMRB, (103)-208

kjmyung@unist.ac.kr

Genomic Integrity; DNA replication, DNA repair, DNA recombination, and DNA damage response

Kyung-Tai Min

5202

Stem Cell Research Building (105)-221

ktaimin@unist.ac.kr

Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology: mitochondrial dynamics, neuronal polarity, dendritic spine structure, local protein synthesis

Jong Bhak

5329

AMRB, (103)-215

jojngbhak@unist.ac.kr

Bioinformatics, Genomics and Geromics(Gerontology)

Hyung Joon Cho

5204

EB1-601-9

hjcho@unist.ac.kr

Cheol-Min Ghim

2517

EB1-601-5

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MRI, Neuroimaging, Microvasculature imaging

Synthetic Biology, Stochastic cmghim@unist.ac.kr Biochemistry, Molecular Evolution


Name

Tel

Office

Byoung Heon Kang

2521

EB1-701-7

Sebyung Kang

2523

EB1-601-8

Jeong Beom Kim

5201

Changwook Lee

2534

Robert James Mitchell

2513

Dougu Nam

2525

Tae Joo Park

2582

E-mail

Research Area

Cancer biology, cell death kangbh@unist.ac.kr pathway, mitochondrial biology, anticancer drug development Protein Engineering, BioInspired Nanomaterials sabsab7@unist.ac.kr Synthesis, Protein Mass Spectrometry

Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Neurology Structural biology, Protein biochemistry and X-ray changwook@unist. EB1-701-4 crystallography, Membrane ac.kr trafficking, Biochemistry of cancer Applied Microbiology, Biofuels, EB1-601-6 esgott@unist.ac.kr Predatory Bacteria, Bacterial Pathogens Bioinformatics, Systems EB1-701-8 dougnam@unist.ac.kr Biology, Applied Statistics Molecular mechanisms for AMRB(103) parktj@unist.ac.kr the morphogenesis during 217 vertebrate development SCRB(105) 220

Chan Young Park

2539

AMRB(103) 220

Woonggyu Jung

2542

EB1-601-10

Jang Hyun Choi

2543

jbkim@unist.ac.kr

cypark@unist.ac.kr

Calcium Signaling, Drug Discovery, Molecular Cell Biology, Immunology, Neurobiology

Optical imaging, Fiber optic sensor, Early disease detection, Wound-healing monitoring Obesity, Diabetes, Metabolic SCRB(105) janghchoi@unist.ac.kr Syndrome, Signal Transduction, 101 Global Gene Expression wgjung@unist.ac.kr

Jiyoung Park

5322

AMRB(103) 216

jpark@unist.ac.kr

Adipocyte biology, Obesity and Diabetes-related cancer, Tumorstromal adipose tissues, Epigenetic memories of cancer cells

Chunghun Lim

2554

EB1, 701-3

clim@unist.ac.kr

Behavioral Genetics, Neurological Disorders, Molecular Neuroscience, Ribonomics

Sung Chul Bae

2553

EB1-601-3

scbae@unist.ac.kr

Optical Imaging, Laser Spectroscopy, Laser-matter interaction, Soft matter physics, Laser

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Tel

Office

E-mail

Research Area

Hajin Kim

2557

EB1,801-3

Single molecule biophysics, Dynamics of molecular motors, hajinkim@unist.ac.kr Biomolecular assembly, Chromosome dynamics

Sang-Hee Shim

2556

EB1,601-1

shshim@unist.ac.kr

Super-resolution optical microscopy, fluorescence imaging, Cell Biophysics

Hyun-Wook Kang

2527

SCRB(105) 223

hkang@unist.ac.kr

3D Bioprinting, Tissue engineering and Regenerative medicine, Bodyon-a-chip

Myunggon Ko

2516

AMRB(103) 219

mgko@unist.ac.kr

Cellular and Molecular Immunology, Genetic and Epigenetic Control of Normal and Malignant Cellular Development, Cancer Therapy

Taejoon Kwon

2583

AMRB(103) 215

tkwon@unist.ac.kr

Functional genomics of deep homology to understand human disease

Franรงois Amblard

5523

AMRB(103) 311

famblard@unist.ac.kr

Sung Kuk Lee (*Graduate)

2514

EB1,601-7

sklee@unist.ac.kr

Biofuels, Synthetic Biology

Chang Young Lee (*Graduate)

2547

EB1,601-8

cylee@unist.ac.kr

Nanomaterials, Neuroengineering, Analytical Chemistry

Whaseon Lee

2536

EB1,701-9

wlee@unist.ac.kr

Calcium signalling in cancer cell

Hyun Deok Kang

2520

EB-1,601-9

Steven A. Soper

2527

EB1,701-1

chsope@Isu.edu

Shuichi Takayama

2526

EB1,701-1

takayama@unist.ac.kr

Marc Madou

2518

EB1,701-1

mmadou@uci.edu

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Biological Physics, Optics, Cellular sociology and cancer, Luminescence, Optogenetic control.

Biomedical Image Processing, khd0425@unist.ac.kr Computational Imaging, Computer Vision for Robotics Micro- and nano-fabrication, Lab-on-a-chip, Polymeric Microfluidic Devices Micro/nanofluidics, Cellular Network and Microenvironment Engineering, Aqueous Two Phase System Medical Diagnostics, MicroBattery Development, Drug Delivery Systems


School of Natural Science ■

Introduction

Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are disciplines that have blurred the boundaries between the known and the unknown for quite some time. Advances in these natural sciences have revolutionized the way in which we understand our universe while enabling unprecedented opportunities for many engineering and high technology applications. Even more exciting is that the disciplines of the natural sciences continue to evolve and grow, which often accelerates technological breakthroughs. The School of Natural Sciences(SNS) at UNIST believes that the mutual synergy between science and technology will form the basis for an economically and politically sustainable society, and strives to contribute to our society in such a manner through academic excellence • Physics Physics is the academic discipline that aims at "knowledge of nature" and understanding the universe as well as providing advances in new technologies. The research areas in physics span from the traditional physics fields such as particle physics, nuclear physics, solid state physics, and plasma physics to the interdisciplinary research such as material science, mechanical engineering, biomedical science, etc. The curriculum of UNIST Physics track provides fundamental knowledge of physics and introduces advanced research areas in physics. Students can grasp the core knowledge in physics and be prepared for the advanced research in physical sciences. The curriculum consists of fundamental topics such as classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum physics, and statistical physics, along with the advanced courses such as condensed matter physics, optics, plasma and beam physics, soft matter physics, astrophysics, biological physics, and nuclear and elementary particle physics. After graduation, students continue their scientific careers by joining the state-of-the-art research labs in graduate schools, or they may directly join industrial areas and pursue their business careers. • Chemistry Chemistry is a central science that seeks the understanding of nature and interactions between atoms and molecules. In addition to this essential scientific UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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question, modern development such as nano science offers new chances to explore the world of 'beyond atoms and molecules. The department offers lectures and experimental courses in all fields of chemistry: physical, organic, analytical, biological, and materials/polymers chemistry. The department stresses a research experience as an essential educational tool. Research opportunities with our world. â&#x20AC;˘ Mathematical Sciences Department of Mathematical Sciences explores the connections between mathematics and its applications at both the research and educational levels. In addition to conventional study on mathematical structures, the mathematical research at UNIST is devoted to encompass some of the most diverse and interdisciplinary research in the physical, engineering, and biological sciences. The department provides a dynamic and engaging research environment that is especially strong in scientific computing, mathematical biology and modern mathematical methods. The undergraduate and graduate curriculum is planned with the following varied objectives: (1) to offer students an introduction to the fundamental study of quantity, structure, space, and change; (2) to prepare students for graduate study in pure or applied mathematics; (3) to serve the needs of students in fields that rely substantially on mathematics, such as the physics, biology, engineering, business and economics.

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Faculty Name

Tel

Office

E-mail

Hong Oh Kim

2031

BAB ,406-2 hkim2031@unist.ac.kr

Hai-Woong Lee

2027

BAB, 406-5

hwlee@unist.ac.kr

Tsvi Tlusty

5525

AMRB, 306

tsvi@unist.ac.kr

Dongsu Ryu

2148

EB2, 601-10

dsryu@unist.ac.kr

Hyeon K. Park

2146

EB2, 601-5 hyeonpark@unist.ac.kr

Hyuk Kyu Pak

5553

AMRB ,312

hkpak@unist.ac.kr

Jaeup Kim

2318

EB1, 401-10

jukim@unist.ac.kr

Min Sup Hur

2912

EB2, 601-4

mshur@unist.ac.kr

Kibog Park

2111

EB2, 601-8 kibogpark@unist.ac.kr

Eunmi Choi

2120

EB2, 601-3

emchoi@unist.ac.kr

Noejung Park

2939

LDCMB,207

noejung@unist.ac.kr

Kyujin Kwak

2139

EB2, 301-3

kkwak@unist.ac.kr

Chae Un Kim

2147

EB2, 601-9

cukim@unist.ac.kr

Kwanpyo Kim

2560

NSB, 301-5

kpkim@unist.ac.kr

Yoon Seok Oh

2519

NSB, 301-6

ysoh@unist.ac.kr

Moses Chung

2518

NSB, 301-7

mchung@unist.ac.kr

Hosub Jin

2154

NSB, 301-1

hsjin@unist.ac.kr

Research Area Complex Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Wavewlets and Gabor Systems Quantum Information, Entanglement, Wigner Distribution Function Theory of living and soft matter: protein physics, molecualr information, evolution, nonequilbrium physics Astrophysics Fusion Plasma MHD and Transport Physics, plasma imaging diagnostics, Experimential Soft Matter Phyiscs, Nonequilibrium Physics, Fluid Physics Statistical Physics, NanoPolymer Theory, Computational Physics Laser Wakefield Electron Accelerator and Femto Hard X-ray Generation Surface and interface physics Microwave/THz wave generations, Electromagnetic waves, Beam-wave interactions Computational Quantum Materials Science Computational Astrophysics X-ray Science, High pressure Science, Biophysical Science Experimental Condensed Matter, Low-Dimensional Physics and Materials Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Electronic and Magnetic New Functional Materials Intense Beam and Accelerator Physics Computational condensed matter, relativistic effect in solids

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Name Joonwoo Jeong

Tel 2155

Office NSB, 301-2

E-mail

Research Area

jjeong@unist.ac.kr

Experimental Soft Matter Physics: Liquid Crystals, Colloids, Emulsion, and Polymers

Bongsoo Jang

3136

TMB, 806-5

bsjang@unist.ac.kr

Developing new computational algorithm for solving PDEs Finite element/ Boundary element/ Meshfree method differential Transform / Variational iteration / Homopoty analysis method

Chang-Yeol Jung

3137

TMB, 806-8

cjung@unist.ac.kr

Applied analysis, Numerical analysis and methods, Singular perturbation analysis, Uncertainty quantification

Chang Hyeong Lee 3138

TMB, 806-7

chlee@unist.ac.kr

Stochastic analysis and computation of complex networks/Epidemic Modeling/ Financial Engineering/

Pilwon Kim

3139

TMB, 806-6

pwkim@unist.ac.kr

Mathematical modeling of collective dynamics, Social science applications

Bongsuk Kwon

3142

TMB, 806-9

bkwon@unist.ac.kr

PDEs, Hyperbolic conservation laws, Stability of nonlinear waves

Yunho Kim

2561

Inverse problems with applications to image restoration, decomposition, BAB, 806-10 yunhokim@unist.ac.kr segmentation, etc., Medical/ Biomedical imaging, Convex programming

Hantaek Bae

2526

BAB. 806-11 hantaek@unist.ac.kr

Hae-Sang Sun

3140

Number Theory, p-adic BAB, 806-12 haesang@unist.ac.kr L-functions, Dynamics of continued fractions

Kyudong Choi

2158

Jaehyun Cho

Nonlinear PDEs, NavierStokes/Euler BAB, 801-10 petercho@unist.ac.kr Number Theory BAB, 806-1

kchoi@unist.ac.kr

mhlim@unist.ac.kr

Mi Hee Lim

5422

AMRB, 412

Christopher Bielawski

2952

LDCMB,311 bielawski@unist.ac.kr

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Analysis in fluid mechanics, Kinetic theory

Chemical Biology, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Metalloneurochemistry Macromolecular & Synthetic Materials Chemistry


Name

Tel

Rodney Scott Ruoff 2924

Office

E-mail

Research Area

LDCMB,411

ruoff@unist.ac.kr

"-Design, Synthesis, and Characterization of New Carbon Materials and Allotropes -Synthesis of new carbon and related materials including 2-D materials -Determination of structure and physical, chemical, and at times, biological properties "

kimks@unist.ac.kr

Design, synthesis, development of new nanomaterials and nanodevices

Kwang Soo Kim

5410

AMRB, 403

Bartosz Grzybowski

5522

AMRB, 307 grzybor72@unist.ac.kr Macromolecular Chemistry

Steve Granick

5508

Myoung Soo Lah

2931

Hyeon Suk Shin

2311

Byeong-Su Kim

2923

Hoi Ri Moon

2928

Polymer physics, Polymer chemistry NSB, 601-4 mslah@unist.ac.kr Metal-Organic Frameworks Nanochemistry and NanoLDCMB,203 shin@unist.ac.kr analysis Polymer chemistry and carbon NSB, 601-3 bskim19@unist.ac.kr nanomaterials AMRB, 315

sgranick@unist.ac.kr

Coordination Chemistry, MetalNSB, 601-1 hoirimoon@unist.ac.kr Organic Framework, Porous Materials

Wonyoung Choe

2546

EB1, 801-3

choe@unist.ac.kr

Metal-Organic Frameworks for Sustainable Materials Chemistry: Gas separation, optical sensors, stimuliresponsive materials, oxygen reduction reaction

Thomas Schultz

5425

AMRB, 413

schultz@unist.ac.kr

Physical Chemistry, Ultrafast Spectroscopy, Photochemistry, Biophysics

Jan-Uwe Rohde

5423

AMRB, 415

rohde@unist.ac.kr

Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Activation of Small Molecules

Park, Cheol-Min

2555

Yung Sam Kim

2530

EB1, 801-2Â

kimys@unist.ac.kr

Bum Suk Zhao

5426

EB1, 801-3

zhao@unist.ac.kr

NSB, 301-10 cmpark@unist.ac.kr

Organic synthesis, Medicinal chemistry Ultrafast 2D IR Spectroscopy, Fast Protein Dynamics Physical Chemistry, Atom and Molecule Physics, Molecular Spectroscopy, Matter Wave Optics

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Tel

Office

E-mail

Research Area

Tae-Hyuk Kwon

2947

NSB, 601-7

kwon90@unist.ac.kr

Light and Energy Harvesting and Strorage by Spray Chemistry, Organic Matierals for Energy and Biological Applications

Ja-Hyoung Ryu

2548

EB1, 701-6

jhryu@unist.ac.kr

Supramolecular Assembly, Synthetic Peptide Assembly, Nanomedicine, Cancer Drug Delivery

rhee@unist.ac.kr

Chemical biology, protein labeling chemistry, bio-organic chemistry, cellular proteomics, bioimaging, multifunctional hybrid biotherapeutics Four-Dimensional Ultrafast Electron Microscopy/ Femtochemistry/Femtobiology/ Ultrafast Phenomena in Materials Science

Hyun-Woo Rhee

2551

EB1, 701-10

Oh-Hoon Kwon

5424

AMRB, 415

ohkwon@unist.ac.kr

Jung-Min Kee

5427

AMRB 414

jmkee@unist.ac.kr

Chemical Biology. Design, synthesis, and biological applications of chemical tools

Geunsik Lee

5428

AMRB 406

gslee@unist.ac.kr

Computational Quantum Chemistry, nonequilibrium electron dynamics

Seung Kyu Min

2918

BAB 408

skmin@unist.ac.kr

Theoretical/Computational Chemistry. Excited State Phenomena

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School of Electrical and Computer Engineering â&#x2013;

Introduction

The school of electrical and computer engineering in UNIST is dedicated to educating students in interdisciplinary scholarship that will serve for our future society. Our teaching and research take places in interdisciplinary programs and institutes where traditional departmental boundaries are things of the past. Our mission is to provide enabling technologies for the future way of life through the convergence of electrical and computer engineering with new nano, bio, and environmental technologies. Our efforts will bring out exciting new technologies that will contribute not only to Ulsan's world-leading automotive, shipbuilding, and petroleum industries but also to industries and societies world-wide. The school of ECE is establishing collaborations with universities and companies on the other parts of the globe to provide global environment for education and researches. Come join our efforts to become a world leading institute in science and technology. * Homepage : http://ece.unist.ac.kr â&#x2013;

Career

Students who graduate from our school may follow many career-paths which require knowledge of electrical engineering or computer science. Those who want to study further can go to graduate schools, studying, for example, electrical engineering, electronics, mechanics, life science, chemistry, and pursuing interdisciplinary research. They can consider many graduate schools both within and outside Korea, including our own graduate school at UNIST. Afterwards, they may become university professors, doing both basic and applied researches in areas like computer science, communication, control, signal processing, circuit design and educate students.

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Also, using knowledge learned in undergraduate and/or graduate courses and experiences in internship and research participation, after graduation they may work as researchers at national research institutes and laboratories like ETRI, KIST, ADD, KETI, KAERI. Apart from basic/applied research, they may be involved in planning and managing government-based large-scale research projects, work in international standardization, and lead co-operation between universities, research institutes, and industry. Big corporations have great needs for people with knowledge in electronic engineering and computer science; companies like Samsung, LG, KT, SK Telecom regularly employ many people in areas like computer science, programming, circuit design, electronic device design, semiconductor, network and communication. Also, many of these companies have research institutes of their own for applied research. Those who want to work outside of Korea may consider corporations like Google, Microsoft, IBM, AT&T, Qualcomm and their research institutes. â&#x2013;

Faculty

No Track 1 CSE

Name Aaram Yun

Tel 2118

Office

2 CSE Antoine Vigneron

3186

3 CSE Beomseok Nam

2123

4 CSE Chang Hee Joo

2133

5 CSE

Jaesik Choi

2144

6 CSE

Jongeun Lee

2116

7 CSE

Kyunghan Lee

EB2, 2137 301-5

8 CSE

Sam H. Noh

EB2, 2166 301-4

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EB2, aaramyun@unist.ac.kr 501-3 BAB, antoine@unist.ac.kr 801-9 EB2 301bsnam@unist.ac.kr 1 EB2, cjoo@unist.ac.kr 501-8 EB2, jaesik@unist.ac.kr 501-10 EB2, jlee@unist.ac.kr 501-5

Research Area Cryptography, Computer security Computational Geometry Data intensive computing

Wireless Networks, and IoT, Communication Networks Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning Reconfigurable and Neuromorphic Computing Mobile Social Computing and Networking, Intelligent khlee@unist.ac.kr Transportation Systems, Autonomous Vehicles and Automated Planning Operating system issues related to flash memory & Solid State Drives (SSDs), samhnoh@unist.ac.kr Operating system redesign for non-volatile memory deployed systems


No Track

Tel

Office

9 CSE Sung Ju Hwang

2150

EB2, 301-7

10 CSE

Tsz-Chiu Au

2138

EB2, 301-6

11 CSE

Won-Ki Jeong

2131

EB2, 401-6

12 CSE

Woongki Baek

2143

13 CSE

Young-ri Choi

14

Franklin Bien

EE

Name

EB2, 401-8 EB2, 2136 601-7 EB2, 2113 401-3

15

EE

Hyoil Kim

2132

EB2, 401-7

16

EE

Hyun Jong Yang

2145

EB2, 401-10

17

EE

Jae Joon Kim

2126

EB2, 501-6

18

EE

Jaehyouk Choi

2134

EB2, 601-6

19

EE

Jae-Young Sim

2117

EB2, 501-2

20

EE

Jeehoon Jung

2140

EB2, 301-2

21

EE

Jin Gook Kim

2127

EB2, 501-7

22

EE

Jin Ho Chung

2142

EB2, 301-8

23

EE

Jongwon Lee

2165

EB2, 301-9

E-mail

Research Area

Machine Learning, sjhwang@unist.ac.kr Computer Vision Artificial Intelligence/ Robotics/ Intelligent chiu@unist.ac.kr Transportation Systems/ Autonomous Vehicles Biomedical image analysis, Scientific visualization, wkjeong@unist.ac.kr GPU computing, Computer graphics Computer Architecture and wbaek@unist.ac.kr Systems Computer Systems and ychoi@unist.ac.kr System Software bien@unist.ac.kr

IC Design

Next-Generation Wireless Networking, Cognitive hkim@unist.ac.kr Radios, Heterogeneous Networks and Mobile Cloud Computing Algorithms and theory for hjyang@unist.ac.kr wireless communications Convergence Integrated jaejoon@unist.ac.kr Circuits Design, Wireless Transceivers Design Wireless/wired transceiver jaehyouk@unist.ac.kr IC designs, Energyharvesting IC designs Image Processing, Computer jysim@unist.ac.kr Vision, 3D Visual Processing Power Electronics, Smart Power Interface, and jhjung@unist.ac.kr High-Frequency Power Conversion High speed signal Integrity/ jingook@unist.ac.kr Power Integrity System EMI/EMC Channel Coding and jinho@unist.ac.kr Sequence Design for Communication Systems Metamaterials, Plasmonics, Surface Plasmon Polaritons, SPP based jongwonlee@unist.ac.kr Photonic Devices, Graphene based Photonic Devices, Light-Matter Interaction

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Name

Tel

24

EE

Jun Moon

2167

25

EE

Katherine Ann Kim

2149

26

EE

KI JIN HAN

2125

27

EE

Kyung Rok Kim

2122

28

EE

Min-Suk Kwon

2135

29

EE

Myunghee Lee

2114

30

EE

Se Young Chun

2141

31

EE

Seokhyeong Kang

2151

32

EE

Seong-Jin Kim

2115

33

EE

Seungjoon Yang

2110

34

EE

Yunsik Lee

2112

92

Office

E-mail

Research Area

EB2, Control, Optimization, junmoony@unist.ac.kr 301-10 Game Theory EB2, Power Electronics and kkim@unist.ac.kr 401-9 Control EB2, Electromagnetic kjhan@unist.ac.kr 401-2 compatibility (EMC) EB2, Nano-electronic device krkim@unist.ac.kr 601-1 development Nano plasmonic waveguide EB2, mskwon@unist.ac.kr devices, Photonic 601-2 waveguide devices Automotive Electronic EB2, myunghee.lee@unist. System and 401-5 ac.kr Semiconductor Bio-Medical Image EB2, Processing, Computational sychun@unist.ac.kr 501-1 Imaging and Inverse Problems EB2, Low-power System-onshkang@unist.ac.kr 501-9 Chip(SoC) design Integrated imaging system, EB2, kimsj@unist.ac.kr Bio-medical interface 401-1 circuits, Smart sensors EB2, syang@unist.ac.kr Image Processing 401-4 EB2, Configurable Device, VLSI leeys@unist.ac.kr 501-4 Design Automation, Sensor


School of Urban and Environmental Engineering ■

Introduction

The School of Urban and Environmental Engineering (UEE) at UNIST provides unique interdisciplinary educational programs merging Environmental Science and Engineering, Urban Infrastructure Engineering, and Disaster Management Engineering for the future sustainable and resilient urban built environment against various natural and man-made hazards. The field of UEE provides humans with infrastructure related to housing, industry, and transportation, which are needed for our daily life and industrial activities. UNIST aims to nurture intellectuals who can develop cutting-edge technologies associated with UEE. As such, we are striving to improve human welfare by carrying out research on improving and protecting nature while seeking to develop methods to efficiently handle urban issues. In the School of UEE, professors are educating students to gain fundamental knowledge on the subject of UEE at the fundamental level and practical insight into the real problems of our environment and urban society. * Homepage : http://uee.unist.ac.kr ■

Track Introduction

• Environmental Science and Engineering [ESE] The ESE track focuses on local as well as global issues related to environmental pollution and climate change. We provide a comprehensive collection of courses on important environmental subjects including pollution control and analysis, environmental remediation, waste treatment and recycling, modeling and prediction of climate change, environmental fate models, remote sensing, and hydrology. Our mission is to educate students with the highest quality technical and professional standards and produce qualified professionals committed to challenge the environmental issues we face today. • Urban Infrastructure Engineering [UIE] UIE is a profession that often confronts extreme problems associated with

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developing and sustaining civilized society by applying fundamental principles of science and engineering. The mission of our UIE track is to produce researchers and practitioners with essential expertise in planning, design, construction, and management of urban built environment. The UIE program consists of major disciplines in urban, civil, and architectural engineering, such as urban planning, construction materials, structural mechanics and design, and smart sensing and control. Through innovative education and research, the students will develop dynamic abilities on creating sustainable and resilient urban infrastructure systems for our future generations. • Disaster Management Engineering [DME] The Disaster Management Engineering track provides an interdisciplinary undergraduate education, integrating the diverse expertise of urban/civil engineering, environmental engineering and earth/climate engineering to mitigate the impact of unexpected disasters. The track focuses on (1) natural hazard monitoring/prediction; (2) sustainable and resilient infrastructure; (3) disaster risk reduction/prevention; and (4) water resources and flood management.

Faculty Name

Tel

Office

E-mail

Jae Weon Cho

2833

EB2 801-1

jaeweoncho@unist. ac.kr

Young-Nam Kwon

2810

EB2 701-4

kwonyn@unist.ac.kr

Sung-Deuk Choi

2811

EB2 701-5

sdchoi@unist.ac.kr

Changha Lee

94

2812

EB2 701-10

clee@unist.ac.kr

Research Area . Convergence of Science and Arts . Membrane Water Treatment . Desalination · Aquatic chemistry and its application to the analysis and solution of aquatic problems · Membrane technology in water / wastewater / seawater treatment · Analysis and monitoring of persistent organic pollutants · Multimedia fate modeling of persistent organic pollutants · Environmental implications of nano-technology · Environmental photochemistry · Chemistry of reactive oxygen species in aquatic systems


Name

Myong-In Lee

Tel

2813

Myoungsu Shin

2814

Jae-Eun Oh

2815

Sung-Han Sim

2816

Jae Hong Kim

2817

Sarah Kang

2820

Gi-Hyoug Cho

2818

Office

EB2 801-4

E-mail

milee@unist.ac.kr

Research Area · Development of the global climate-environment prediction system · Regional and urban scale climate-environment prediction for future climate change

· Earthquake-resistant design · Tall buildings EB2 801-5 msshin@unist.ac.kr · High performance FRC composites · Micro- and Nano-structure of concrete EB2 801-10 ohjaeeun@unist.ac.kr · Geopolymer concrete · Sustainable building materials · Structural health monitoring EB2 801-3 ssim@unist.ac.kr · Smart sensor · Structural dynamics · Mechanics of cement-based materials EB2 801-6 jaekim@unist.ac.kr · Self-consolidating concrete · Construction performance of concrete · Analysis of climate change impacts (global warming, ozone hole) EB2 801-2 skang@unist.ac.kr on circulation · Extratropics-tropics interaction, Hadley cell storm track interaction EB2 801-7

gicho@unist.ac.kr

· Sustainable urban planning and design · Non-motorized travel behavior and the built environment

Yongwon Seo

2821

EB2 801-9

ywseo@unist.ac.kr

· Carbon dioxide capture and storage · Applications of gas hydrates to energy and environmental systems

Changsoo Lee

2822

EB2 701-1

cslee@unist.ac.kr

· Environmental bioprocess engineering and microbial ecosystem analysis

ersgis@unist.ac.kr

· Environmental remote sensing · Remote sensing and GISassisted disaster monitoring and assessment

Jungho Im

2824

EB2 801-8

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Name Marco Torbol

Dong Keun Yoon

Dong-Hyun Cha

Kyung Hwa Cho

Young Joo Lee

Jeong Seob Kim

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Tel 2826

2827

2828

2829

2825

2830

Office EB2 701-7

EB2 701-3

EB2 701-6

EB2 701-2

EB2 701-8

EB2 701-9

E-mail

Research Area

mtorbol@unist.ac.kr

· Fragility analysis · Hazard models · Probabilistic risk assessment of civil infrastructure systems

dkyoon@unist.ac.kr

· Disaster management and planning · Hazard risk assessment · Disaster vulnerability and capacity assessment

dhcha@unist.ac.kr

· Development of numerical modeling for weather & climate · Real-time forecasting of typhoon and heavy rainfall

khcho@unist.ac.kr

· Water Quality Modeling in Natural Surface Waters. · Numerical Modeling for optimizing Water-treatment Systems.

ylee@unist.ac.kr

jskim14@unist.ac.kr

· Structural reliability · Probabilistic safety assessment of structures · Risk-based disaster management · Affordable Housing, Housing Policy · Neighborhood Dynamics, Mixed Income Communities . Urban Regeneration, Infill and Redevelopment


School of Business Administration ■

Introduction

The School of Business Administration educates students both in technology and management to be creative global business leaders in today's dynamic economy. The School offers academic courses on various business areas including Technology Management, Information Systems, Finance, International Business, Marketing and Entrepreneurship. • Administration office of School of Business Administration - Location : 601, Business Administration Building(114) - Tel : +82-52-217-3665 • Homepage - (KOR) http://management.unist.ac.kr - (ENG) http://management-eng.unist.ac.kr • E-mail : usba@unist.ac.kr ■

Track Introduction

• Management (MGT) Management field aims to provide education for the leaders in a highly globalized and diversified playing field with rapid technological and social changes. MGT track manor explores an organization's design and operations; an organization's economic, legal, ethical and sociopolitical environment; how an organization interacts with its environment in a creative and efficient way. • Finance & Accounting (FIA) Students in Finance & Accounting are field trained for careers in domestic and international corporations and financial institutions as well as careers in academia. Finance allows students to study the ways in which individuals, corporations, and other business organizations allocate resources and make financial decisions in capital markets. Courses in Finance include Financial Management, Investment Analysis, Money & Banking and Financial Engineering which cover various academic areas as well as practical techniques with both broad and specific perspectives. Accounting helps managers to create and disseminate financial accounting

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information to communicate effectively with investors and capital market participants, and apply managerial accounting information internally to make more efficient financial and economic decisions. Courses in Accounting include Intermediate Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and Auditing which cover the principles and practices of accounting. â&#x20AC;˘ Entrepreneurship (EPS) : Only for 2nd track Entrepreneurship is related not only to the domain of independent new ventures, but also to the long-term viability of extant firms. Organizations are required to be entrepreneurial to survive in the era of globalization in the market and dramatic technological change. Entrepreneurship allows students to understand the role of entrepreneurship on a fast changing business environments. This track is not only focusing on the issues for the new startups, but also emphasizing the issues for the existing companies. The goal of this track is designed to provide intellectual knowledge as well as real business experience. â&#x2013;

Faculty Name Kooyul Jung

Tel

Office

E-mail

3121

BAB 601 BAB 701-3

kyjung@unist.ac.kr

Major Accounting

Jin-Hyouk Im

3111

BAB 701-5

imj@unist.ac.kr

Han-Gyun Woo

3115

BAB 606-7

hwoo@unist.ac.kr

Yoonhyuk Jung

3122

BAB 706-7

yjung@unist.ac.kr

Keunsuk Chung

3126

BAB 801-4

chungk@unist.ac.kr

Management Information System Technology Management Management Information System Macroeconomics

Lu Zhang

3143

BAB 701-7

lzhang@unist.ac.kr

Human Resource

Hyeongsop Shim

3132

BAB 701-9

hshim@unist.ac.kr

Finance

Eun-Suh Lee

3151

BAB 701-10

eslee@unist.ac.kr

Accounting

Byoungki Seo

3150

BAB 801-7

bkseo@unist.ac.kr

Finance Engineering

Soonhui Lee

3154

BAB 801-5

shlee@unist.ac.kr

Operation Management

Changyong Lee

3125

BAB 606-9 changyong@unist.ac.kr

Operation Management

Kwangwook Gang

3127

BAB 606-10

Technology Management

Woonki Hong

3130

BAB 706-8

hong@unist.ac.kr

Human Resource

Hyunjin Jang

3165

BAB 701-2

janghj@unist.ac.kr

Boreum Choi

3118

BAB 706-10

bchoi@unist.ac.kr

Finance Engineering Management Information System

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gangk@unist.ac.kr


Name

Tel

Hyunju Jung 3167 Chaeho Jacob Lee 3168

Office

E-mail

Major

BAB 606-8 BAB 706-12

hjjung@unist.ac.kr jacoblee@unist.ac.kr

Technology Management Marketing

Youngchoon Kim

3173

BAB 606-12

yckim@unist.ac.kr

Technology Management

Choi Young Rok

3145

BAB 606-11

yrchoi@unist.ac.kr

Technology Management

Dae-Jin Kim

3169

BAB 701-1

daejin@unist.ac.kr

Finance

Junyoup Lee

3175

BAB 701-8

junlee@unist.ac.kr

Finance

Kyounghun Bae

3184

BAB 701-11

kbae@unist.ac.kr

Finance

Molan Kim

3163

BAB 706-11

mkim@unist.ac.kr

Marketing Accounting

Sang-Tai Choi

3133

BAB 701-4

stchoi@unist.ac.kr

Hyun Euy Kim

3153

BAB 801-1

hkim9@unist.ac.kr

Jung-Taik Oh

3159

BAB 701-6 jungtaikoh@unist.ac.kr

Kwan Seop Kim

3156

BAB 801-11

abekim@unist.ac.kr

Finance Engineering

Victoria Kim

3149

BAB 706-5

victoria@unist.ac.kr

Alicia K. Mang

3180

BAB 706-1

akmang@unist.ac.kr

Business Communication Management Information System

Economics Technology Management

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School of Management Engineering ■

Introduction

The School of Management Engineering is dedicated to creating and disseminating advanced knowledge to plan and operate business strategies of corporations. Our teaching and research emphasize synthetic, interdisciplinary, and practical approaches by linking engineering, science, and management disciplines. We are currently playing the leading role in a wide array of areas including manufacturing, technology management, and financial engineering. Students are encouraged to be involved in a variety of academic and industry projects and to cultivate a global mindset. • Administration office of School of Business Administration - Location : 601, Business Administration Building(114) - Tel : +82-52-217-3665 • Homepage - (KOR) http://management.unist.ac.kr - (ENG) http://management-eng.unist.ac.kr • E-mail : usba@unist.ac.kr ■

Track Introduction

• Management Engineering (MGE) Students in Management Engineering track are educated and trained to identify, synthesize, and analyze large-scale and complex problems in both public and private sectors as well as to prepare for more in-depth research activities in the graduate school. To this end, we provide a comprehensive collection of interdisciplinary courses mainly related to industrial engineering and financial engineering. Students are expected to build up the capability to direct and harmonize a whole system of strategic, administrative and technical elements. ■

Faculty Name

Tel

Byoungki Seo Changyong Lee Hyunjin Jang

3150 3125 3165

100

Office

E-mail

BAB 801-7 bkseo@unist.ac.kr BAB 606-9 changyong@unist.ac.kr BAB 701-2 janghj@unist.ac.kr

Major Finance Engineering Operation Management Finance Engineering


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Graduate School Department(School)

Major

Research Field

Electrical Engineering

- Advanced Communications and Smart Control Research group - Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Group - Semiconductor Device and Circuit Design Research Group - EM & wireless power transfer Research Group - Thz Sensing and Device Research Group - Condensed Matter Physics Research Group

Computer Engineering

- Computer Architecture/Computer Systems/ Embedded Systems - Computer Networks/Mobile Computing - Cryptography - Graphics / Visualization - Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning

Mechanical Engineering

- Multiscale System and Materials - Bio & Intelligent Robots - Multiscale & Multiphysics Simulation - Smart Nano/Bio Mechanical Systems

Nuclear Engineering

- Nuclear System Engineering - Reactor Physics - Nuclear Fuel Cladding and Structural Materials - Nuclear Fuel Cycle & Spent Nuclear Fuel - Thermal Hydraulics & Reactor Safety - Environmental Radiation Analysis & Safety - Probabilistic Safety Analysis - GEN IV Future Reactor Liquid Metal Magnetohydrodynamics - Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning & Dismantling - Nuclear Security & Safeguards

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Materials Science Engineering

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- Opto-Electronics Convergence Technology Materials Science - Emerging Functional Materials Engineering - Design-Building-Characterization Group for LowDimensional Materials


Department(School)

Major

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Human Factors Human Factors Engineering Engineering

System Design and Control Engineering

Urban and Environmental Engineering

Energy Engineering (Battery Science and Technology)

System Design and Control Engineering

Research Field - Bio Sensing & Imaging

- Regenerative medical science - Chronic Diseases

- Physical/Cognitive Ergonomics - Human-Computer Interaction - Human Behavior Modeling - Human Centered Design

- Rehabilitation Robotics - 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) - Smart Factory - Machine Healthcare

Environmental Science and Engineering

- Advanced Environmental Materials and Process - Climate Change

Urban Infrastructure Engineering

- Urban Infrastructure Systems

Disaster Management Engineering

- National Disaster Prevention

Convergence of Science and Arts

- Artistic Science and Scientific Arts

Energy Engineering

- Electrochemistry - Next Generation Solar Cells - Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials - Energy Conversion Materials - Graphene

Battery Science and Technology

- Battery Science and Technology (Li-ion and Next Generation Batteries)

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Department(School)

Major

Chemical Engineering School of Molecular Sciences Chemistry

Management Engineering

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- Nano-Convergence Devices - Green Chemistry - Catalysis - Multi-scale Modeling and Simulations - Polymer Materials - Molecular design & Synthesis - Bio-inspired Nanosystems - Frontier Spectroscopy & Multiscale Simulation - Theoretical / Computional chemistry

Physics

- High Energy & Astrophysics - Condensed Matter Physics - Plasma and Beam Physics - Statistical Physics & Complex Systems - Polymer and Biological Physics

Mathematics

- Nonlinear Complex systems - Stochastic Modeling and Mathematical Computation

Mathematical Sciences

- Nonlinear Complex systems - Stochastic Modeling and Mathematical Computation

Management Engineering

- Process Mining and Business Intelligence - Management Engineering - Financial Engineering - Digital Business Strategy - Human Resource Management / Organizational Behavior - Technology & Innovation Management - Strategic Management - Investments - Financial Markets - Financial Regulation - Corporate Finance - Accounting

Physics and Applied Mathematics

Mathematical Sciences

Research Field


UNIST Graduate School Scholarship Program

Type of Scholarship

Selection Criteria

Scholarship Amount

Tuition Assistant

Up to 4 semesters (M.S. Program) Up to 8 semesters (Combined M.S.-Ph.D. Program) Up to 4 semesters (Ph.D. Program)

GM Intern Fellowship

Based on MOU between UNIST and GM, qualified graduate students can have opportunity · KRW 5,000,000/6 months of GM(USA) internship program in conjunction (Airfare & basic living cost with UNIST financial supports during 6 months support) overseas internship

Living Expenses

Students Recommended by School Head

· Full tuition fee

· KRW 240,000/month (M.S. Program) · KRW 395,000/month (Ph.D. Program)

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• Library • Information Technology Service • Center for Teaching and Learning • Language Education Center


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Library Guide ■

Library Overview • Location: Center of the campus, next to the Gamak pond • Building Number: 202 • Website: http://library.unist.ac.kr (ID & Password: UNIST Portal account) • Contact Information: 052-217-1417 / Library 3F Info-Desk • Library Card: Student ID Card

Faculty

Floor 1F

2F

3F 4F

Facilities

Opening Hours

Library Lobby, Magazine & Newspaper Zone, Book Collection (Comic Books, New Arrivals, Faculty Recommendations, etc.) Auditorium (#104), PC Classrooms (#106, #107) Information Commons (Computer Seats), Individual Study Spaces Group Study Rooms, IPTV & DVD Players, Copy & Print, Lockers Info-Desk, Multimedia Collection (DVD, CD), Seminar Rooms Info-Desk, Book Collection (Basic Sciences, Course Reserves, Reference Books)Theses & Dissertations, Individual Study Spaces, Library Office Individual Study Space, Group Study Zone, Library Storage

24 Hours 09:00~20:00 24 Hours 09:00~18:00 09:00~24:00

※ Services requiring staff assistance are available from 9 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday except

during lunch time (12:00~13:00). ※ The library only closes on Lunar New Year’s and Chuseok holidays.

How to Use Library Facilities Floor

Facilities

Opening Hours

1st Floor When students enter the library, they should bring their Library Entrance Library Entrance ID card and scan it on the library entrance. Individual Study Spaces 2nd ~ 4th Floors Get a seat by using the seat assignment system. Students mayreserve a room for maximum of Group Study Rooms 2nd & 4th Floors 3 hours a day. ※To reserve: Library website > Services > Study Rooms

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Library Materials& How to Use Floor

Facilities

Books

180,000 volumes of Korean and English books in all subjects

e-Books

Opening Hours

1F/3F

Students may borrow or read them in the library.

80,000 volumes of Korean and Search e-Books on the library English electronic books in all website and accessthem on Library Website subjects computer or other devices.

Magazines

About 100 titles of Korean and English magazines in various fields

1F

Magazines cannot be checked-out. Only available in the library.

Newspapers

6 titles of Korean newspapers

1F

Newspapers are only available in the library.

2F

Students may borrow DVDs at the 2F Info-Desk and watch them at the IPTV & DVD player zone on the 2F.

DVDs

CD-ROMs

Audiobooks

Web-DBs

e-Journals

3,000 volumes of video materials such as movie, documentary and concert, etc.

1,400 volumes of sound recording materials and electronic materials

2F

700 titles of Korean and English audiobooks

Library Website

About 20 Web-DBs are available for searching and accessing scholarly articles

Library Website

About 10,500 titles of Korean Library Website and English electronic journals

Students may borrow CDROMs at the 2F Info-Desk.

Search or access audiobooks on the library website and student may also listen to them by their mobile device. Web-DBs are listed on the library website and student mayaccess each site and search various articles. Student may search or access electronic journals on the library website.

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Library Materials & How to Use Items Available How to borrow

DVD / CD-ROM

Number of items

5 books

3 items

Lending/Check-out period

15 days

4 days

Renewal Overdue penalty

Book

Use the self check-out and return Ask a librarian at the 2F Info-Desk machineon the 1stfloor (24 hours) and (9 am – 6 pm, Weekdays) 3rd floors (9 am - midnight).

Loan period of borrowed books can be extended for maximum 45 days DVD and CD-ROMs cannot be ※ To renew: Library website > My renewed or extended. Account Borrowers will not be able to borrow books and DVDs for the number of the overdue days.

Services for Unavailable Materials

If the library doesn’t have materials that students need, services below are available for students. ※ To request materials: Library website > Services > Making Requests Suggest a purchase

Students can recommend a new material(s) the library to purchase for library collection. Eligible materials may include books, DVDs and CD-ROMs, etc.

Borrowing from off-campus For urgent books that the library does not carry, the library will (Inter-Library Borrowing, ILB) borrow the book from another library. Getting documents (Document Delivery Service, DDS)

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If students need a journal article or research paper unavailable in the library, the library will provide these materials by obtaining a copy from another library.


Librarian’s Help

If students have questions regarding library materials and services, visit the library and ask a librarian!

Reference Service

Librarians can help students how to find and use library materials. They can also give advices on your assignments and research with library materials. ※ Library Info-Desk: Library 3F (9 am – 6 pm, only on weekdays except during lunch time)

Library Classes

The library has various classes every semester to enhance student’s information literacy. The classes are such as ‘Library Guides,’ ‘How to for search articles on the scholarly databases,’ ‘How to manage references,’ and etc. The schedule will be posted on the library websites in the beginning of the every semester.

Research Guides

The library provides online reference source ‘Research Guides’ on the library website. The guides contain useful materials like references, books, databases, journals and theses in specific subjects. If students want to know where to search materials for their assignments or research, access to the ‘Research Guides’. ※ Access to the Research Guides: Library website > Research Supports > Research Guides

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Information Technology Service ■

Introduction

The Information Technology Team helps all faculty and staff members perform their teaching, researches or administrative works in a more effective and convenient way. ■

Introduction to IT Services

• Portal Service - Feature: “One man, One ID” (You can use single-sign-on authentication service through the Portal site) - Three steps to make a personal Portal ID Connect to “http://portal.unist.ac.kr” → Click “ID Registration” button <STEP - Agreement> Check “agree” box → Next <STEP - Identification> Enter birthday(YYMMDD), student number and name → OK <STEP - Generation> Enter ID and Password that you want → OK • e-Mail Service - Use “e-Mail” menu on top of the Portal main page - When you make a Portal ID, your email account is automatically generated after a few minutes. ※An e-Mail account is the same as a Portal ID. (Portal ID is ABC then account isABC@unist.ac.kr) • Mobile Portal Service (mobile App) - Mobile Portal is an app for iOS(over 7.0) and Android(over 4.0.3) - Services: ID-Card, Email, library, BBS, cafeteria menu, Academics, I-Disk etc. - App. download [iOS] Connect to "App Store" on the devices [Android] Connect to "Play Store" on the devices Keyword : "UNIST", "UNIST mobile", "UNIST portal" etc. ※Refer to the user guides which are available at UNIST IDISK to install MobilePortal.

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• UNICON Service (mobile App) - UNICON is an app for IOS and Android. - It can be accessed with potal account. - You can receive push messages, such as approval or notice. - It can be downloaded from [http://unicon.unist.ac.kr/app.php] or [IOS: App Store] or [Android: Play Store]. • Licensed S/W (UNIST IDISK) - Access “internetDisk” in the “Info Service” menu on top of the Portal main page - Available S/W: MS-Windows, MS-Offices, Adobe software, Matlab, Vaccine, Alzip, etc. ※Caution: S/Ws are only allowed for use on campus • ERP Service - Access “ERP” menu on top of the Portal main page- ERP Services: checking schedules for school affairs, applying for an internship and enrolling courses. ■

Internet Service

• On campus - Wired and Wireless Internet access is available in all campus areas. - When you connect to the wireless networks, select “WUNIST_AAA” as SSID and enter your portal ID and password for authentication. ※Refer to the user guides which are available at UNIST IDISK to set up WiFi profile. • In the dormitory - To connect to the Internet, you have to set up an IP address in your PC. You can acquire it from the administrator’s office. - In the dormitory, install PMS (patch management system) program first and then the installation requirement message will be shown once you execute Internet Explorer browser. ※ Restrictions

Do not use other's IP address. It may cause network interruption. - When you configure your IP address, please set up DNS server as UNIST DNS server address, 10.0.2.204(primary DNS) and 10.0.2.220(secondary DNS). - Do not access P2P(Peer to Peer) sites where may inject malicious codes in your PC or cause heavy traffic.

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- Install V3vaccine program to avoid viruses on your computer. Download it at http://v3.unist.ac.kr ■

Computer Labs and Workstation Zones Location

Machines

Details

Floor

Library 106 Library 107

40 40

Computer(PC) labs (personal use not allowed)

1st floor of Library

Internet Search Zone

42

Workstation Zone

36

Search books & information For academic uses (Lab software: Matlab, Chemdraw, Origin, etc.)

Audio Visual Booth Zone

16

Audio devices available

Computer Labs and Workstation Zones

• Location: Academic Information Center 1F 113 • Tel: 052-217-1421~1425, 1431~1438 Fax: 052-217-1439

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Center for Teaching and Learning UNIST is committed to educate future global leaders with creativity and entrepreneurship. In order to equip students with knowledge and skills, UNIST CTL supports faculty "flipping" your courses through the process of course redesign. We also runs various programs for better teaching and learning method ■

Flipped Learning

Flipped learning rearranges how time is spent both in and out of class to shift the ownership of learning from the educators to the students. After class, students manage the content they use, the pace and style of learning, and the ways in which they demonstrate their knowledge, and the teacher becomes the guide, adapting instructional approaches to suit their learning needs and supporting their personal learning. Rather than the teacher using class time to lecture students and dispense information, that work is done by each student taking the form of watching video lectures, listening to podcasts, perusing enhanced e-book content, collaborating with their peers in online communities and more. Students can access this wide variety of resources any time they need them. In the flipped classroom, valuable class time is devoted to more active, project-based learning where students work together to solve real-world problems to gain a deeper understanding of the subject. ■

Teaching and Learning activities in Flipped Learning

Pre-Class

In-Class

Post-Class

• Preview lectures for self-study • Participate in student-oriented • Summarize key learning (video, lecture note) learning activities contents • Understand basic concepts • Discussion, collaboration, • Provide feedbacks on and principles problems-solving, exerciseindividual/group learning • Self-check basic knowledge solving, experiments, etc. activities and previous learning(quiz) • Share various opinions • Assess individual learning and specific advice

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Student Support program Program

Explain

Learning workshop

This program is to support studentslearning method and Flipped Learning strategy • Target student: all undergraduate student • How to participate: During the application period, please find an announcement in the ‘Undergraduate Notices’section of the school bulletin board

Learning symposium

This program is to support students presentation competency and English learning method • Target student: all undergraduate student • How to participate: During the application period, please find an announcement in the ‘Undergraduate Notices’ section of the school bulletin board

Learning Management System (Blackboard)

UNIST has adopted Blackboard as a learning management system. As a platform for student learning, Blackboard is a seamless and efficient way to deliver and share learning content in addition to tracking and monitoring student work. This frees professors from time-consuming, repetitive jobs such as grading, file uploading, and attendance checkinggiving more time for education and research. LMS also allows professors to upload course materials or quiz problems before class so that students can preview the learning contents in order to understand better and apply their knowledge in class. The strategic use of Information Technology with LMS will make student learning more active and creative where they can flexibly choose their learning style according to their preference.

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How to login

Go to UNIST Portal → Click Blackboard

Once you logged in through the portal to set up a password, you may directly visit the Blackboard website, http://bb.unist.ac.kr -Username: (Your student ID) -Password: (The password you set up through the portal)

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Mobile LMS

The mobile feature of LMS allows students to access their learning materials through various mobile devices at any time in any place. UNIST has enabled the Blackboard Mobile Learn application which is available at no cost. All UNISTARs can download it from the ‘App Store’ or ‘Google Play’by following the instructions below: 1. Go to the ‘App Store’ or ‘Google Play’ 2. Type ‘Blackboard Mobile Learn’ and install. 3. Search by keywords, ‘UNIST’ or ‘Ulsan’. 4. Type your ‘username’ and ‘password’.

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Introduction

UNIST Language Education Center manages and operates foreign language education at UNIST. We place the cultivation of the student's global abilities as our top priority. The Language Education Center plans to improve students' communication skills through various study measures, such as real life conversation and effective on-line material. The Center focuses on 4 types of services to encourage UNIST members in language learning: credit courses, non-credit courses, writing center services, and English commons. â&#x2013;

Credit Courses

LEC manages credit courses for English, Chinese, and Korean as follows: Category

Fundamental

Course English Foundation English Forward Building Writing Building Speaking

Remarks Choose 2 courses according to your level

Introduction to English Styles

English

Academic Reading & Writing Free Elective

English for Science & Technology English for Business English Language & Culture English Language, Information, and Data

Chinese

Fundamental

Korean

Substitute for Chinese

Chinese Foundation Chinese Forward Korean Foundation Korean for Everyday

Only for inter national students

Credit courses focus on real-life conversation and how to communicate with others. Also academic purpose based classes can intensively cultivate students' ability to read, write, speak and listen.

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Non-credit Courses

Students can register for non-credit courses opening 6 times a year. Non-credit courses provide intensive conversation programs like talk zone, and test-prep courses such as TOEFL, TOEIC, and TEPS. <Course Schedule> * 1st Semester: Session 1 - Registration: March 2~March 11, 2016 Class: March 14~April 15, 2016 Session 2 - Registration: April 18~April 29, 2016 Class: May 2~June 3, 2016 * Summer Session: Registration: June 13~June 24, 2016 Class: June 27~July 29, 2016 * 2nd Semester: Session 1 - Registration: September 1~September 13, 2016 Class: September 19~October 21, 2016 Session 2 - Registration: October 24~November 4, 2016 Class: November 7~December 9, 2016 * Winter Session: Registration: December 12~December 23, 2016 Class: December 26, 2016~January 27, 2017 <Language Courses> * Conversation Course : TALK ZONE: - Low intermediate, Intermediate, Discussion * Test-prep Course : TOEIC - TOEIC LC/RC, Speaking, TEPS TOEFL - Speaking, Writing, Reading, Listening * Writing Course: Basic Writing, Academic Writing, Scientific Writing, GRE Writing * Real Chinese: Basic, Foundation Plus, Forward Plus * Korean Course : Korean Beginner low 1, low 2, low 3 * UNIST English : Essay, Presentation, Debate, English through Art & Literature (Courses are subject to change according to the LEC's policy.) â&#x2013;

English Commons

English Commons is a place for UNISTARs where students can speak English as well as participate in various activities. You can learn how to speak and communicate with each other through science, art, games, and more. It also has two AU programs as a part of the required leadership program in the evening. Intensive English activities are included, and they enrich students' experience with English in classes.

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* EQ(2AU): EQ Club focuses on confidence, team building, and spontaneous thinking. Topics include public speaking, negotiation, interview skills, etc. * CQ(2AU): CQ Club focuses on self-expression, creative problem solving, and divergent thinking. Topics include art, performance, design, etc. ■

Writing Center

Writing Center provides various programs for students to improve their English writing ability as follows: Services

Outline - To help students publish a journal paper ⋅ 5-day service(only for students): 20won/word ⋅ 5-day service: 40won/word ⋅ 3-day service: 60won/word

Proofreading Services

- To encourage scientific and academic writing - To inspire students' self-confidence about academic writing ※ Reserve this service through LEC webpage

Writing Tutorial Services Writing Workshop

- To deliver lectures on academic writing - 6-week program opens each semester

Test at UNIST in 2016

1) Official TOEIC ⋅ Test Application: YBM Sisa webpage ⋅ Test fee: Follow the test policy ⋅ Schedule Application

Test Date

Result Issue

Feb. 1, Mon.~29, Mon. March 14, Mon.~April 18, Mon.

March 27, Sun. May 15, Sun.

April 15, Fri. June 3, Fri.

Aug. 1, Mon.~29, Mon. Sep. 12, Mon.~Oct. 17, Mon.

Sep. 25, Sun. Nov. 12, Sat.

Oct. 14, Fri. Dec. 01, Thu.

2) Official TOEIC Speaking and Writing ⋅ Test Application: YBM Sisa webpage ⋅ Test fee: Follow the test policy ⋅ Schedule

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Test Date

Result Issue

Jan. 4, Mon.~March 4, Fri. Feb. 15, Mon.~April 15, Fri.

March 6, Sun. April 17, Sun.

March 11, Fri. April 22, Fri.

July 4, Mon.~Sep. 2, Fri. Sep. 5, Mon.~Nov. 4, Fri.

Sep. 4, Sun. Nov. 6, Sun.

Sep. 9, Fri. Nov. 11, Fri.

3) Mock TOEFL Test ⋅ Test Application: UNIST portal BBS(student notice) ⋅ Test fee: Free ⋅ Schedule: Nov. 26, Sat ※ Application schedule will be noticed later on the portal BBS

4) Online Mock TOEIC Test ⋅ Test Application: http://unist.english.co.kr/login/login.aspx ⋅ Test fee: 5,000 won ⋅ Schedule * March 21, Mon.~25, Fri. * April 18, Mon.~22, Fri. * May 23, Mon.~27, Fri. * July 25, Mon.~29, Fri. * Sep. 19, Mon.~23, Fri * Nov. 21, Mon.~25, Fri. <Location> - Language Education Center: #114 BAB 301 (052) 217-4072~4074 - English Commons: #309 Dormitory 1F (052) 217-4076 - Homepage: http://lec.unist.ac.kr

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08 International & Domestic Program

• Domestic Exchange Program • International Program


08 International & Domestic Program

Domestic Exchange Program ■ UNIST

is coordinating a credit exchange program for the regular, summer, and winter sessions with 7 domestic universities to expand students’ learning capacity. ■ Through

variety of selection in every semester, students can experience a wide range of subjects where they can take an advantage of a diverse college life. ■ Regular semester disciplinary is considered between more than three semesters

and less than 7 semesters for enrolled students, also, student must not have a prior record of receiving an academic (probation) warning, in the case of a seasonal semester, below 7 semesters for currently enrolled students. ■ Evaluation

of a student’s performance in the course attended at an exchanging university must follow the guideline or the policy of the attending university and the recorded scores and grades shall be recognized and indicated as shown. However, the grades shall be excluded from the calculation of the student’s grade point average. ■ Credit

Exchange university list: Seoul National Univ, Yonsei Univ, Korea Univ, KAIST, POSTECH, GIST, DGIST

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International Programs International Relations Team and International Center provide students with various opportunities to broaden and deepen their understanding of the global dynamic environment as well as gain international experience. Studying abroad is a unique experience that cannot be replicated in Korea. It provides first-hand knowledge of other cultures, helps students negotiate differences and aids them to understand global problems from a new perspective. These are key factors to integrate into globalization. We want UNISTars to be competent and comfortable travelers that can readily adapt to new circumstances and interact with various people from all over the world. Participating in the programs offered is a step towards achieving this goal. ■

Student Exchange Program

This program is designed for students who wish to study at a participating foreign host institution with tuition waiver for one semester or one year. Credits earned at the host institution are transferable. UNIST expects that students will gain varied cultural experiences, greater language proficiency and advanced knowledge in their major from the program. * Partner Universities: University of Muenster, University of Science and Technology of China, Sabanci University, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Jacobs University Bremen, Technical University of Eindhoven and others. ■

Summer Session

The summer session program is designed for UNIST students who wish to make use of a long summer term and improve their English skills, travel abroad and earn academic credits towards their major at a foreign institution. Many schools overseas offer specialized courses during this time of the year to undergraduates attending non-host institutions. Take this chance to experience taking a course with undergraduates from different parts of the world. * List of host universities ('15): UCLA, UC Irvine, KIMEP, UC Berkeley, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and others. ■

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can replace the hands on experience of putting ideas into practice. Such is the notion behind the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) – to encourage UNIST undergraduates to explore and conduct in-depth scientific projects at facilities overseas with the expectation of earning an appreciation of research and the environment in which it takes place. The program, which usually lasts anywhere between 4 to 8 weeks of the summer term, proves an invaluable insight to working in research. * List of host universities ('15): IAEA, Georgia Tech, UIUC, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, University of Michigan Ann Arbor and others. ■

Culture Exchange Program

Living in a global world demands various skills, out of which learning a second language is a must, as it enhances communicating and working with other people. To meet this need, UNIST offers the cultural exchange program that improves students’ proficiency in other languages like English during vacation at foreign institutions. * List of host universities ('15): University of Leeds, University of Washington, University of Manchester, Tallinn University and others. ■

Student Academic Activities Program

Student Academic Activities Program offers the chance to attend international activities such as conferences and seminars whereby you earn insight in your field of major and experience global research. ■

IAESTE Internship Program

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) is an independent, non-profit and non-political student exchange organization. It provides students in technical degrees with paid, courserelated training abroad. With more than 80 member countries and over 4,000 traineeships exchanged each year, it is the largest organization of its kind in the world. Students will gain international exposure, practical work experience, meeting a community of like-minded individuals and creating and being part of a global network of industry contacts. * List of host insitutions ('15): IDOM, Universiteit Gent, Marine Harvest Bergen, Edinburgh University and others.

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SPIKE(Summer Program of Internship and Korean Experience)

SPIKE program is open to all UNIST students seeking a unique summer experience, whereby, you can take summer courses with foreign students from prominent schools such as University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, National University of Singapore and live together. You will be exposed to a global environment that is on a par with studying abroad. ■

UNIST Buddy-Buddy

UBB (UNIST Buddy-Buddy) is a program which matches an international student with a Korean student. Korean buddies help the international students adapt to the unfamiliar Korean culture. They guide international students around campus, give information about academic life and participate in public activities for foreign students. ■

Culture Exchange Conversation

Culture Exchange Conversation (CEC) is a biweekly program, where international student and Korean student give a presentation about certain country and cultures. Thereafter, participants engage in small discussions about cultural differences to enhance their understanding of one another. ■

World Friends IT Voluntary Program

World Friends IT Voluntary Program, supported by NIA(National Information Society Agency), provides IT-related volunteering activities to meet the demand of sharing IT knowledge and skills. The program will give students the opportunity to develop their global leadership skills and gain various experiences.

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09 Lab Safety Education

• Safety Education in Lab • Safety Rule • Lab Emergency


09 Lab Safety Education

Safety Education in Lab According to the Lab Safety Code 18th(Education&Training) & Principle 9th, Researchers must take more than (6hr/half year, 12hr/year) Lab Safety Training mandatorily. * LMO (2hr) Safety Training. UNIST Lab Safety Education Website How To: http://safety.unist.ac.kr Lab? A laboratory(informally, lab)is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific R&D or technological research, experiments, and measurement may be performed in Universities or Research Institute. Researchers? Researchers are those who working in an area of scientific R&D or technical research, experiments, and measurements. (Researchers, Students, Graduates and all related workers) Education ∙ Training (Lab Safety Code 9th 1st Article) Classification

1. Regular (Periodic)

Participants

Researchers

Hour

Contents

∙ Lab Safety Environment Code ∙ Basic Lab Safety Concept More than ∙ Degree of hazards in Lab 6hr/half year ∙ MSDS ∙ Others related to lab safety mgt

More than ∙ Lab Safety Environment Code ∙ Basic Lab Safety Concept 8hr ∙ Degree of hazards ∙ Usage/handling of PPE Researchers, Students, Graduates ∙ Lab Safety Prevention and all related workers, hiring More than ∙ Lab Safety Signs out of Univeristy and Research 2hr ∙ MSDS Institute. ∙ Others related to lab safety mgt New Hired Researchers (included Contractor)

2.Hired (New)

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Researchers those who need President's request on education (In case of Major Lab Incident or changes of research contents)

∙ Hazardous Material Management More than ∙ MSDS 2hr ∙ Others related to lab safety mgt


Safety Rule Basic Safety Rules in Laboratories • All students must comply with the terms and conditions required for the safe handling of the substances and microbiological specimen being handled. • Familiarize with location of all the emergency exits of all the work zones in the floors of the building with laboratory for experiment and practicum. (locations of safety shower, eye washing equipment, fire extinguisher, and etc.). • Don’t engage in mischievous activities, eat or drink, and strictly prohibit smoking in the laboratory that deals with or stores chemical substances. • Appropriate laboratory gown must be worn to cover the body, arms and legs to minimize the exposure to the hazardous chemical substances, and wear shoes that will fully cover the feet • Be aware of the physiochemical properties and hazardousness (example: corrosiveness, flammability, reactivity, toxicity, and etc.) of the chemical substances being used, and familiarize with the contents of the label or GHS/MSDS prior to handling hazardous chemical substances you are dealing with for the first time or not familiar with. • Execute experiment only if there are more than two persons in the laboratory, and if it is unavoidable to perform experiment alone, notify such to the colleague or administrator for laboratory safety. • Prior to leaving the laboratory or after having used laboratory gloves, make sure to clean face, hands, and arms with soap thoroughly. • If those engaged in research activities are injured in the laboratory, immediately report such incident to the administrator for laboratory safety. ★ SERVE ONE 0119 or SAFETY TEAM 1541~1544 ★ Researchers; • MUST execute Daily Lab Safety Check-Up before Experiment • MUST take more than (6hr/half year, 12hr/year) Lab Safety Training. UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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Basic Safety Rules when handling chemical substances â&#x20AC;˘ Segregated storage Chemical substances must be stored in appropriate location and the substances that are classified as deadly poison under the Law for management of harmful chemical substances must be stored separately from other substances in a storage cabinet with locking device. In addition, in the event of storing different types of toxic substances or chemical substances in the same storage facility, separate them by means of partition or division line drawn on the floor, and make sure to keep distance between them in storage. â&#x20AC;˘ Airtight storage If there are concerns for the increased hazardousness due to the leakage and mixing of the chemical substances in the storage facility, do not keep or store them together. Check the cap of the container for all the reagents used to ensure that they are tightly closed and will not leak the contents. In particular, since strongly acidic solution generates lethal steam by reacting with the moisture in the air, make sure to tightly close the cap of the container for storage when not using. â&#x20AC;˘ Administration and responsibility For the administration of the chemical substances, prepare for safety accidents by designating the personnel in charge of and personnel responsible for the administration. Storage cabinet for the reagent must be managed by putting identification marks for each of the reagents, and by recording the details of warehousing and use of the reagent in the ledger for management of reagent. Personnel in charge of administration shall accurately determine the quantities of the harmful chemical substances in the storage facility used and ensure that the stock and the remaining quantity recorded in the ledge coincide exactly.

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Lab Emergency EMERGENCY A. Safety Contacts Contact

Phone number Responsibility (+9 if dialing from landline)

Emergency Overall Safety Hotline (119) UNIST Safety Team Healthcare Hospital

Contact

119

Lab Safety

1542

Minor Injury ER room

4012 052-220-7600

SERVEONE

Phone number Responsibility (+9 if dialing from landline) General Aids Electricity Wastes Disposal Gas Facility

0112 6980 8282 6975 6966

※ In case of Fire: say "UNIST, FIRE" Slowly.

B. Measures to be taken in emergency situation ■ Fire • Inform Co-workers and exit lab, closing doors behind you. Sound alarm by breaking glass

• Evacuate following the signs and using stairs

• Call 9-119 from a landline, If life-threatening (MAJOR ACCIDENT) • Meet outside in assembly area (do not obstruct entrances) ■ Injury • If minor, you may contact healthcare center immediately. • If Aids needed urgently, Fire Department/Ambulance •Contact Lab Safety in Charge (Prof) or others regarding the accident. UNIST CAMPUS LIFE GUIDE BOOK

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10 Appendix

• Campus Map • How to get to UNIST • Emergency & Insurance Information


10 Appendix

Campus Map

20 403동 교수아파트

9 110동 제4공학관

17 어린이집 8 108동 제3공학관 10 112동 제5공학관 7 기기가공동 5 줄기세포연구관

6 106동 제2공학관

21 404동 교수아파트

16 카페테리아

4 104동 제1공학관

13 202동 학술정보관

2 102동 자연과학관 3 첨단소재연구관 1 저차원 탄소 혁신소재 연구관

11 114동 경영관 12 201동 대학본부

14 203동 학생회관

15 205동 실내체육관

18 301~309동 생활관

19 401~402동 교수아파트

1

101 Low Dimensional Carbon Materials Bldg.

12

201 Main Administration Bldg.

2

102 Natural Science Bldg.

13

202 Library

3

103 Advanced Material Research Bldg.

14

203 Student Union Bldg.

4

104 Engineering Bldg. 1

15

205 Gymnasium

5

105 Stem Cell Research Bldg.

16

206 Cafeteria

6

106 Engineering Bldg. 2

17

207 Daycare Center

7

107 Machine Manufacturing Bldg.

18

301~309 Student Dormitory

8

108 Engineering Bldg. 3

19

401~402 Faculty Apartment

9

110 Engineering Bldg. 4

20

403 Faculty Apartment A

10

112 Engineering Bldg. 5

21

404 Faculty Apartment B

11

114 Business Administration Bldg.

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Bank and ATMs

Restaurants

Kyongnam Bank

ATM 1, 2

ATM 3

Location: 201 Main Administration Bldg., 1F Operating Hours: 09:00~16:00 Weekdays General Inquiry: 052-262-1305

Location: 201 Main Administration Bldg., 1F Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: 24 Hours

ATM 4

ATM 5

Location: 301 Student Dormitory 1 Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Location: 306 Student Dormitory 3 Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Faculty Dining Room

Cafeteria

1 Student Dormitory Cafeteria

Location: Main Administration Bldg., 3F Size: 122 Seats Operating Hours: Weekdays, 11:30~13:30 & 17:30~19:30 General Inquiry: 070-7796-1147

Location: 203 Student Cafeteria, 1F Size: 710 Seats Operating Hours: Weekdays, 11:30~13:30 & 17:30~19:30 General Inquiry: 052-254-0834

Location: Student Dormitory 1 (301~303) Size: 636 Seats Operating Hours: Weekdays, 07:30~09:30, 11:30~13:30, 17:30~19:30 / Weekends, 08:00~09:30, 11:30~13:30, 17:30~19:00 General Inquiry: 052-254-0833

3 Student Dormitory Chicken & Pub Cafeteria

Snack Bar Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:30~24:00 / Saturdays 08:30~20:00 General Inquiry: 052-254-0120

Location: 3 Student Dormitory, 1F (306~307) Size: 350 Seats Operating Hours: Weekdays, 07:30~09:30, 11:30~13:30, 17:30~19:30 / Weekends, 08:00~09:30, 11:30~13:30, 17:30~19:00 General Inquiry: 052-254-5394

Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: 10:00~02:00 General Inquiry: 052-254-0701

UNI Snack

Coffee Shop 1

Coffee Shop 2

Location: Student Dormitory 2 Operating Hours: 11:00~01:00

Location: 104 Engineering Bldg. I, 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~21:00 / Saturdays 08:00~18:00

Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~22:00 / Weekends, 10:00~21:00 General Inquiry: 052-217-6947

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Convenient Stores

Convenient Store 1 Convenient Store 2 Convenient Store 3 Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~01:00 / Weekends, 08:00~24:000 General Inquiry: 052-264-3711

Location: Student Dormitory 1 (301~303) Operating Hours: 24 Hours General Inquiry: 052-254-5711

Location: 2 Student Dormitory (304~305) Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~01:00 / Weekends, 08:00~24:00 General Inquiry: 052-254-2711

Convenient Store 4 Convenient Store 5 Bookstore Location: 3 Student Dormitory, 1F (306~307) Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~01:00 / Weekends, 08:00~24:00

Location: 4 Student Dormitory (308~309) Operating Hours: 08:00~22:00

Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~18:00 / Saturdays, 10:00~15:00 General Inquiry: 052-217-6902

Stationary Store Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 09:00~19:00 / Saturdays, 11:00~16:00 General Inquiry: 052-217-6902

Recreation Facilities

Pool Hall

Residence Services

Post Office

Help Desk

Laundry Room

Location: 201 Main Administration Bldg., 1F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 9:00~18:00 General Inquiry: 052-217-8282

Location: 201 Main Administration Bldg., 1F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 9:00~18:00 General Inquiry: 052-217-8282

Location: 4 Student Dormitory (309) Operating Hours: Weekdays, 10:00~19:00 / Saturdays, 12:00~17:00

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Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: Weekdays, 08:00~01:00 / Weekends, 08:00~24:00 General Inquiry: 052-264-3711


Residence Services

Student Dormitory Student Dormitory Free Printing Laundry Room Printing Room Service 1 Location: 1~4 Student Dormitory (1F & 2F) Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Location: 2 Student Dormitory, 2F Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Location: 203 Student Union Bldg., 2F Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Free Printing Service 2

Free Printing Service 3

Free Printing Service 4

Location: 202 Library, 2F Location: 106 Operating Hours: Engineering Bldg. II, 2F 24 Hours Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Location: 1 Student Dormitory Lounge (301) Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Shared Kitchen Location: Student Dormitories, 304~305 (1F), 306 (2F), 309(2F) Operating Hours: 06:00~22:00

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How to get to UNIST ■

From Ulsan KTX Station (Tongdosa)

• Option 1 : Take the bus #337 from Ulsan KTX Station (Tongdosa) and get off at UNIST. • Option 2 : Take the bus # 327 or #807 from Ulsan KTX Station to UNIST. ■

By Car

• Jungbu Expressway → W. Ulsan IC → Road 24 to Ulsan → UNIST (It takes about 10 minutes from West Ulsan IC) ■

From Ulsan Airport

• Take the KTX Express Limousine bus #5003 from the airport to Gulhwa World Meridian Apartment. From Gulhwa World Merdian Apt., catch the express bus #337 or #733 and get off at UNIST. ■

By Bus

• 133 : Gottbawi ↔ UNIST • 233 : Yeon Ahm Garage ↔ UNIST • 304 : Yul-ri ↔ UNIST • 327 : Taehwa River Station ↔ UNIST • 337 : Taehwa River Station ↔ UNIST • 733 : Taehwa River Station ↔ UNIST • 807 : Taehwa River Station ↔ UNIST

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Emergency & Insurance Information ■

Daytime Emergency

• Healthcare Center: 052-217-4012 B105, 201 (Main Admin Bldg.) Mon-Fri 9am-6pm (Lunch break 12pm-1pm) ■

Night time Emergency Stages

Classification

Emergency Medical Center

1

Minor injuries or illnesses

Good Samjung Hospital - 10min away - Beomseo call taxi: 052-212-8855

2

Major injuries or disability

West Ulsan Boram Hospital - free, affiliated hospital - 20min away - Hospital ambulance: 052-255-7114

3

Loss of consciousness, serious injuries or pain

119 (Emergency telephone number)

Student safety insurance

Classification

School operator liability insurance

Laboratory safety insurance

Content

Injuries, accidents during school activities (except disease)

Injuries, accidents during study and experiments

Object

Student (including graduates)

Lab researcher

Department

Healthcare Center (call 4012)

Safety Management Team(Call 1542) ※₩100,000 out of pocket limit

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