DR. KYUNG HOON (SAMUEL) JUN
Kyung Hoon Jun is a Korean Engineering Scientist, received Ph. D. degree from Korea Advanced Science and Technology (KAIST). His Ph. D. work with amorphous silicon solar cell has achieved the world's highest record of stabilised efficiency in 2000. He has been a research professor in KAIST and a senior researcher in Research Centre Juelich, Germany. His passion continued exploring different kinds of energy harvesting and energy saving innovations. He made several inventions including the aqueous nanofluid. Due to his interest and career, his work covers from Physics and Chemistry to Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
DR. SEONG IHL WOO
Seongil Woo is an emeritus professor at Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department in Korea Advanced Science and Technology (KAIST). He was the director of Center for Ultramicrochemical Process Systems at KAIST. He received Yeosan Catalysis Award (2006), Presidential Korean Engineering Prize (2005) and National Medal of Science and Technology. His speciality is ranging from Petro-chemistry, Water Splitting and Fuel Cell to Environmental Catalysis and CO2 Reduction Technology.