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Sungkyunkwan University is pleased to announce that it has received 2 Silvers, 4 Bronzes, 1 Special awards at the 27th Samsung Humantech Paper Award.
At the award ceremony, Minsu Choi (Advisor: Prof. Jae-Chan Lee) in the Department of Advanced Materials Science Engineering was presented with Silver award within the category of ‘Material Science & Engineering’ and Youngkwan Choi (Co-author: Kyunghoon Ko, Advisor: Prof. Kyung-Min Choi) in the Department of Energy Science received Silver award in the category of ‘Basic Science’.
Senghwan Seo (Co-author: Jaejoon Lee, Advisor: Jinhong Park) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering received the Bronze award in ‘Physical Devices & Processes’ sector, Hyunsung Seo (Advisor: Prof. Dong-Hee Sohn) in the Department of Medicine won the Bronze award in ‘Bio Engineering & Life Science’ sector, Junsik Park (Advisor: Prof. Jae-Suk Park) in the Department of Biological Engineering was presented with Bronze award within the ‘Signal Processing’ sector, and Changyu Jung (Co-author Soohwan Kim, Advisor: Prof. Ikjun Yeom) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering received the Bronze award in ‘Computer Science & Engineering’ sector.
In the ‘Mechanical Engineering’ sector, Seung-Jae Moon (Co-author: Jinsol Kim, Hongsik Lim, Yeaeun Kim, Advisor: Prof. Hyukryeol Choi) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering won the Special award.
The Humantech Paper Award was established in 1994 with the aim of discovering challenging and creative young researchers who would lead the future. It is a driving force for their academic enthusiasm to cultivate creativity and expression and further promote the desire for research.
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