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Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)

333 Techno Jungang-daero
42988 Daegu
Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

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DGIST started with a research institution in 2004 and grew into a research-oriented university by opening graduate program in 2011, and the undergraduate program in March, 2014. DGIST focuses its research and education in six areas, such as Emerging Materials Science, Information & Communication Engineering, Robotics Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Brain Science, and New Biology. The six areas are called ‘MIREBraiN’: M for Materials, I for Information & Communication, R for Robotics, E for Energy, B for Brain, and N for New Biology. The pronunciation of MIRE in Korean is the same to that of ‘future.’ DGIST’s vision, which was declared in May 2012, is to become a world-leading convergence research university by nurturing the global leaders of knowledge creation and creating future convergence technology.

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    Converting carbon dioxide into methane or ethane selectively

    A research team led by Professor Su-Il In from Department of Energy Science and Engineering had succeeded in developing photo catalysts that can convert carbon dioxide into usable energy such as methane or ethane. As carbon dioxide emissions increase, the Earth's temperature rises and inter ... more

    Eco-friendly waterborne semiconductor inks using surfactant

    A research team of Energy Science and Engineering at DGIST has developed a technology to produce environmentally friendly water-borne semiconductor inks using surfactant, which is additives that mix substances of different properties and a component of soap. Polymer semiconductors are carbo ... more

    Photocatalyst speeds up the conversion of CO2

    DGIST's joint research team has developed a new titania photocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide into methane three times more efficiently than the existing photocatalyst by manipulating its surface. Carbon dioxide is a major cause of global warming. Therefore, in order to control atmosph ... more

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