Below is some research conducted in KAIST for the past few years
"Catalysts" plays a very crucial role in the current industrial era, and development of high-performance catalysts is a core technology for the production of next-generation energy using naturally plentiful resources,
Yong-Hyun Kim and Jeong Young Park at KAIST, South Korea, unveiled a microscopic mechanism of nanoscale friction by scrutinizing tribological properties of pristine and fluorinated graphenes in collaboration of ultrahigh vacuum friction force microscopy measurements and density functional theory calculations.
In 2028, Mr. John Smith is admitted to the hospital for the symptoms of autism. Through genetic and electrophysiological analysis,.
In 2033, viral hepatitis-mediated liver cirrhosis is overcome worldwide, while chronic alcohol consumption or westernized, diet, intake-mediated alcoholic and non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis are sharply increasing in all ages. In this case, all patients with a cirrhotic liver can easily recover by autologous bone marrow cell therapy,
In the near future, electronic devices formerly assembled on glass substrates are expected to be manufactured on flexible substrates. Flexible devices are so versatile and durable to be used for various purposes such as fashioning clothing,
In the year 2030, technologies that integrate all forms of computational and communication technologies into 'wearable' platforms will reach maturity. In addition to wearable accessories and clothes ranging from suits, eye glasses, and watches, w
The technology using the graphene liquid cell (GLC) is expected to study nanomaterials synthesis and various catalytic reactions in liquids, the reactions between electrolytes and electrodes in batteries.
A network intrusion detection system (NIDS) is a real-time network security monitoring system that detects malicious attacks in the Internet. Existing NIDS tools either show poor performance or require expensive dedicated hardware to operate on high-speed networks, which limits their wide-scale deployment.
By the year 2018, traditional computing devices, such as the desktop and laptop are integrated into a small tablet device. People are working, studying and enjoying entertainment through this single smart device.
Based on the idea of ubiquitous computing, in the future, it is expected that computer-supported human activities with desktops or laptops could be done more efficiently even with ordinary objects.