DAEGU GYEONGBUK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DGIST)
Department of Emerging Materials Science
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
The Department of Emerging Materials Science at DGIST seeks candidates
for tenure-track faculty positions. Appointment will be at the level
of tenure-track assistant or associate professors.
Exceptional candidates, particularly those who will enhance our
graduate program in teaching, research, and supervision of the student
research, are sought. Candidates with demonstrated excellence in
original research in the following areas are strongly encouraged to
• Nano/ Bio Materials.
• Quantum Materials.
Candidates should hold a Ph. D. and have at least two years of
research or teaching experience. Graduate education in physics,
materials science and engineering, chemistry, or a closely related
field is preferred.
Interested candidates should submit Application Form for DGIST and
5 Representative achievements at
Review of the applications will begin immediately. Please submit
application materials to:
The DGIST Faculty Search Committee
Tel: +82 (53) 785-5116 and 5110
Fax: +82 (53) 785-5119
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST), that
is one of the government run academic institutes in Korea, began
its graduate programs in March 2011. DGIST offers graduate and
undergraduate (from March, 2014) programs in the fields of Brain
Science, Robotics Engineering, Information and Communication
Engineering, and Energy Systems Engineering, together with Emerging
Materials Science. The Department of Emerging Materials Science
started from 2013 and will take the initiative for DGIST to be one
of the leading universities around the world.
Here is the ABC Network story on 'deflate-gate' featuring my explanation with stick figure animation:
They actually used my own drawing and writing with a sharpie without giving me much instructions at all. I wonder what they would have done if my sketches were terrible...
And here is another story on Aljazeera America with a quote from me:
無心 Chang Kee
Last night NY Giants wide receiver, Odell Beckham, made the greatest catch of all time against Dallas cowboys.
NBC NYC Channel 4 came to my office today to interview me for their 5 pm news. Part of the news is now posted online with text:
And here is the original news my wife recorded on her iPhone:
You need to see the detailed images of the catch and the video clips in slow motion to really appreciate the catch from the physics point of view. It is better than the original Montana to Dwight Clark connection known as "The Catch".
On Wednesday, Nov. 12, the FOX Sports 1 network will air a segment featuring Fermilab user and LBNF collaborator Chang Kee Jung of Stony Brook University.
The segment will appear on the program "NFL Films Presents" and will focus on the physics of sports, drawing from Jung's course on the subject.
The show begins at 6 p.m. Central time.
Dr. Eun-Suk Seo is on the cover of the Washington Post (attached).
Here is the link to the full article: