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Welcome to the website of the Kwon Research Group led by Professor Yongwoo Kwon under Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Hongik University located in Seoul, South Korea! 

I'm really sorry that there is no more vacancy in my group for Fall 2020. Please consider applying for Spring 2021. 

We are recruiting graduate students, both MS and Ph.D. and post-doctors. If you are interested in our research, do not hesitate to contact us at ykwon722@hongik.ac.kr. More details can be found at our graduate school website (http://foreign_grad.hongik.ac.kr/foreign_grad/program02.html). 

Foreign students, who want to apply to our global scholarship program which covers your full tuition and some stipend, should send me your CV, your statement of purpose, scanned files of your transcript, language score (English or Korean), and recommendation letters from your undergraduate professors before you start online application. The recommendation letters do not have to be long and formal. Please ask your professors to email me directly. In addition, I may ask you online interview using video chat if necessary. Once you get my confirmation for the scholarship, you can start the online application. Otherwise, you can waste the application fee. 

Our primary interest is the computational study of the relationship between the processing-structure-property of materials and the resulting performance of electrical and mechanical components. Phase-field method (PFM) is used for modeling microstructure evolution in combination with finite element software packages for electrical, thermal, mechanical, and fluid dynamics simulations. We are closely working with experimentalists and other computational researchers who are specialized in first-principles and molecular dynamics. Our topics encompass diverse materials including metals, semiconductors, and ceramics. 

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