DGIST Hosts a Symposium for Undergraduate Students to Share their Research Achievements through University Education
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DGIST Hosts a Symposium for Undergraduate Students to Share their Research Achievements through University Education ‘DGIST College of Transdisciplinary Studies Student Symposium 2019’
DGIST announced it held ‘DGIST College of Transdisciplinary Studies Student Symposium 2019’ in its auditorium on Friday, September 20. The first event for DGIST undergraduate students to present their excellent research achievements, it was attended by around 200 people including undergraduate students, faculty members, and researchers.
Led by students in the DGIST School of Basic Sciences, this event introduced undergraduate students’ key research achievements. Six oral presentation teams from physics, chemistry, life sciences, engineering, and humanities and 10 poster presentation teams participated in the event, sharing various academic topics as well as their perspectives and feedback by professors and researchers.
The research topics of 6 presentations included: The Development of Sensor Convergence and Integrated Driving Algorithm for Autonomous Cars; A Study on the Environmental Awareness and Autonomous Driving using Small Indoor Driving Robot and SLAM; Quantum Optics: Bell Test Experiment; Study on the Delivery of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) onto Skin and the Development of Carriers for API Transdermal Administration; A Birth of Innovative Society; and Ennatio-selective C-C Bond Formation Reactions on DDAB Surfactant-Immobilized Particle.
Morever, Professor Joong-hwan Jeon of Kyunghee University who delivered a keynote speech during the event gave a lecture on “An Evolved Mind: A Bridge Connecting Science and Humanities.”
Student Body President Tae-seung Ryu who successfully led the event said “This was our first event to share the achievements of UGRP (Undergraduate Research Program) and small academic groups, which are both part of undergraduate education. We organized this event to for all students have a chance to actively discuss their research interests and findings.”
Dean Ki-jun Lee of DGIST College of Transdisciplinary Studies said “It was a meaningful event for DGIST undergraduate students to exhibit their outstanding research competence and achievements. We hope students understand and apply various interdisciplinary researches, generate better ideas, and strengthen their research potential through this opportunity.”