Prof. Tae-Hyuk Kwon at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) has visited E3GEO and UNSW Canberra from February 7th to 10th, 2018.
As a part of an ongoing collaboration on the erosion behavior of bio-soils, Dr. Chang and Prof. Kwon agreed to proceed laboratory-based erosion tests and DEM-based numerical analyses and communicate the research outputs together in this year. Prof. Kwon also provided a research seminar to SEIT members about 'Utilization of bacterial activities in subsurface for ground improvement'.
Moreover, Prof. Kwon has been appointed to visit UNSW Canberra in July through the Rector Funded Visiting Fellowship program of UNSW Canberra.
See you soon, with more results and performances.
Prof. Kwon's research seminar at UNSW Canberra
Refreshments after Prof. Kwon's talk.
Research meeting between UNSW and KAIST
Let's go together.