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Research Institute for Basic and Convergence Sciences

The RIBCS is designed to lay the foundation for promoting integrated interdisciplinary research on basic and convergence sciences, connect relevant research activities in a consistent way and actively participate in national projects for new growth engines.

It aims at providing science-based solutions to the industries by interacting government-sponsored research centers and other related academic societies that explore basic and convergence sciences.

The institute makes ongoing efforts to keep its cutting-edge equipment and facilities best so as to develop and manage its world-class research level. It further makes an effective allocation of its resources and provides an efficient administrative support so as to make the most of research activities.

- interdisciplinary research on basic and convergence sciences
- scientific solutions for various issues and problems in industries
- education and training on basic and convergence sciences to nurture experts
- data collection, publication of periodicals and books contributed to the advance in basic and convergence sciences
- others required to achieve the goals of the institute

- electro-ion beam, radicals and plasma
- display (PDP, LCD, OLED, Flexible) and Flexible Electronics convergence
- synthesis and evaluation of nano and new materials, LED and Spintronix
- photovoltaic solar and renewable energies
- environment, bio and medical equipment
- health care and interdisciplinary research

A steering committee is established to deliberate and make a decision through voting on basic management plan, budget, settlement and other critical issues.

- Whole faculty members of Dept. of Electrophysics
- Whole faculty members of Dept. of Chemistry
- Whole faculty members of Dept. of Sports Leadership
- Some faculty members of Dept. of Mathematics
- Some faculty members of Group of Liberal Arts
- Some faculty members of Group of Business Management
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