Researchers at KI Robotics developed in-house autonomous driving solutions to participate in the world’s first high-speed autonomous racing competition at the prestigious Indianapolis Motor Speedway on October 23....read more
Prof. J. Song's group has reveal how CHD7 molecular motor organizing DNA high-order structure is regulated by identifying a noble region in CHD7 combining an integrative structural biology approach.
COVID-19 has been the riskiest issue since 2020. In the 21st century, SARS, MERS and Ebola were risks in the world-wide health system, but all of them were successfully eliminated. The main difference between COVID-19 and other diseases is the reality of patients with no symptoms. Many COVID-19 patients can infect others without experiencing any symptoms themselves. Thus, the traditional quarantine system fails for reason. A New quarantine system was developed by combining different known systems attached to a network system. The developed system was installed at Daejeon city hall and has been operating since August of 2021.
Prof. Byon’s group (in collaboration with Prof. Joo’s group at Pusan National University) reported the design principle of organic molecules utilized for non-aqueous organic redox flow batteries (RFBs). By implementing an extended -conjugation, a cationic functional group, and selective anions, they developed highly soluble, stable, and crossover-resistant heteroarylpyridinium in the form of organic redox-active molecules and showed ~90% capacity retention during 100 cycles in RFBs.
A lithographic strategy to fabricate a 3D periodic nano-network of multi-redox active polyimide is proposed, realizing ultrahigh-rates up to 400C for the lithium-ion storage of an organic anode for the first time.
A research team at KAIST has developed a new technique using a focused ion beam that can increase single-photon purity levels. This technique can be applied to diverse quantum photonic platforms when a quantum emitter lacks single-photon purity.
A KAIST research team led by Professor Yong-Hoon Cho of the Department of Physics develops a new concept of what is termed a parity-time reversal (PT) symmetric laser with highly interactive quantum particles formed in a single microcavity system, improving the lasing performance despite an increase in the loss. The PT symmetric laser developed through this research is expected to be widely applied in areas ranging from classical photonic component with enhanced performance to quantum optical devices in the future.
Prof. YongKeun Park’s group has developed a novel microscopy technique for the label-free imaging of biological specimens. Based on Kramers-Kronig relations, this new method produces quantitative phase images of biological specimens with an optical microscope simply by controlling the incident angle of illumination.
Prof. K.J. Lee's group has developed and miniaturized a flexible piezoelectric acoustic sensor a with multi-resonant membrane mimicking the basilar membrane.
ID KAIST researchers investigated the idea of user’s guidance of their preferred driving styles as a novel input channel for human-centric autonomous vehicle (AV) control.
Prof. Young-Ho Cho’s group has developed a skin-attachable pulsewave sensor with haircell structures capable of wicking sweat rapidly from the skin with increased pulsewave detection accuracy. The breathable sensor reduces the skin redness and itching caused by conventional wearable biosensors that trap sweat beneath them, while the haircell structures achieve conformal contact to the skin with a larger contact area for higher pulsewave detection accuracy.
Prof. Hee-Tae Jung’s group has reported high conversion of CO2 into ethanol by synthesizing a wrinkled Cu catalyst with high facets via a graphene growth process.
KPC4IR developed the world’s first guide to the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare for society in collaboration with the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk at the National University of Singapore and Sense about Science, a non-profit organization in the UK. The guide was presented during the 2021 SIG-KDD (Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining) Conference on August 15. This AI guide specialized for the healthcare sector helps citizens receive safe and precise biomedical diagnoses and treatments. It is a timely guide to the use of artificial intelligence for society in the era of accelerating digital innovations under COVID-19.
Visitor KIHST 2021.03.03 Dr.M testbed&Showroom Seoul National Univ. Prof. Yun-Chul Hong, National University Hospital Association, Dong-Ik Hwang, yeosijae, and Myungho Lee visited KINC 2021.04.06 Delegates from Hyosung Inc. visited to find new opportunities in R&D collaboration on advanced material technology KINC 2021.04.07 Delegates from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. visited to find new opportunities in R&D