E3GEO RESEARCH BLOG

January 10, 2019

E3GEO and Prof. Jong-Min Yuk (KAIST Department of Material Science and Engineering (MSE)) are currently collaborating on the microscale interaction behaviors of clays in aqueous phase using advanced liquid cell microscopy (LCM).

In 2018, the research team explored the i...

January 9, 2019

The E3GEO Research Group held 2018's End of Year Workshop (EOYW) on December 4, 2018 at KAIST, Korea.

E3GEO EOYW is an annual event where all members present their year to date research and achievements, as well as plans for the coming year.

Dr. Chang, Jooyoung, An Tran,...

November 7, 2018

E3GEO members in Australia left for a 3-days summer trip to Jervis Bay, NSW.

We aimed to take a deserve break after hectic weeks for research, but we couldn't refuse to play with the beautiful and fine silica sand in Hyams Beach. We also had heat discussions about our f...

October 30, 2018

As a part of one of our ongoing research tasks, E3GEO is working on hydro-geotechnical engineering research using a hydraulic flume equipment located in UNSW Canberra, nowadays.

This study mainly aims to evaluate the erosion behaviors of levee models under severe flood...

October 23, 2018

Yeong-Man Kwon is staying with Dr. Chang and Sojeong Lee in the UNSW Canberra campus from October 14 to November 11, 2018.

During his stay, E3GEO will do cyclic triaxial tests and hydraulic flume experiments. 

Moreover, YM is planning for his comprehensive scientific wri...

September 11, 2018

The Australian Federation of Korean Communities (AFKC) held the 2018 Future Leader's Forum at the Australian National Univerisity (ANU) Univerisity House in Canberra on August 11. 

The forum aimed to provide an opportunity for younger generation of Korean heritage...

September 4, 2018

E3GEO members are currently building a new laboratory focusing on bio-soil research in the KAIST Munji campus.

Newly established equipment include:

- (Digital) Triaxial test apparatus

- (Digital) Direct shear test apparatus

- (Digital / Automatic) Consolidation (oedometer)...

August 16, 2018

A/Prof. Tae-Hyuk Kwon at KAIST is staying with the E3GEO as a Rector Funded Visiting Fellow (RFVF) to UNSW Canberra from July 20 to August 24, 2018.

E3GEO and Dr. Kwon are making comprehensive collaborations in bio-soil research including lab tests, microscopic image an...

July 3, 2018

Dr. Chang has been promoted to a Senior Lecturer (Level C) academic commenced on July 1, 2018.

Despite it has only been 14-months-time since his appointment to UNSW Canberra, the Faculty Promotions Committee of the university highly recognized his reputable research ach...

July 2, 2018

Ms. Sojeong Lee attended at AGS (Australian Geomechanics Society) Workshop on Unsaturated soil mechanics for practicing engineers. 

The workshop was delivered by Prof. Nasser Khalili and Associate prof. Adrian R. Russell. 

The workshop lasted for 2 days from 2nd July to...

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