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A famous Korean scientistKim Kyung Chun, has praised pilot projects of Belarusian scientists

A famous Korean scientist, Professor of the School of Mechanical Engineering of the Pusan National University, Director of the MEMS Technology Centre (Republic of Korea), Kim Kyung Chun, has praised pilot projects of Belarusian scientists
By Marina Shumilo

A famous Korean scientist, Professor of the School of Mechanical Engineering of the Pusan National University, Director of the MEMS Technology Centre (Republic of Korea), Kim Kyung Chun, has praised pilot projects of Belarusian scientists

science.png“Today, I visited the laboratories of the Lykov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, and have seen that Belarusian scientists boast world-class pilot projects in fields like thermal physics, plasma physics and optical diagnostics. When I return to South Korea, I will certainly tell others about these pilot projects. I believe that after these pilot projects are presented, some South Korean companies might want to invest in them and will seek contact with Belarusian scientists,” noted Professor Kim Kyung Chun.

The Director of the Lykov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer, Oleg Penyazkov, informed that the Belarusian research centre will co-operate with South Korea across four major areas. “First of all, we have determined the list of promising projects that will be submitted to South Korean companies for subsequent commercialisation. We are also considering the possibility of joint participation in international projects. We’ve agreed to arrange short-term and long-term internships of our specialists in South Korea and Korean scientists in Belarus. We will also collaborate in journal publishing. Today, Professor Kim Kyung Chun has been included in the editorial board of our Engineering and Physics Journal. He will send us his articles, which will considerably raise the number of references to our journal. Thus, our work, including those of young Belarusian scientists, will become known on the highest international level,” Oleg Penyazkov said.

A session of the Scientific Board of the Lykov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer was held, in which Professor Kim Kyung Chun was granted the title of an honorary member of the board.
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