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DGIF 2016

Functional Relevancy to Sports Rehabilitation

Abstract : The numbers of participants in sports and physical activity have been increasing as the importance of exercise are being emphasized for a better health and disease prevention. It seems apparent that the numbers of injuries among those who are […]

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Survive or Thrive: Tradeoff Strategy of Cellular Senescence

Abstract : The aging dependent cellular behaviors toward extrinsic stress are characterized by the confined localization of the certain molecules either to nuclear or perinuclear regions. Most of the growth factors can activate the downstream signals of the aging cells but […]

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Highly Efficient TiO2-X via Magnesiothermic Reduction for SunLight-Induced H2 Generation

Abstract : High efficiency with stable performance and utilization of visible light is a key challenge to sunlight-induced photochemical generation of H2, the cleanest energy carrier, using particulate photocatalyst system. Recently, black TiO2-x materials were achieved by creating oxygen vacancies […]

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Current Progress of Spin Physics for Spin-Neuromorphic Devices

Abstract : Spin-Neuromorphic devices are one of the promising technology for Artificial Intelligence applications (AI). There are two branches in AI researches, one approach is developing algorithm such as “Deep learning” based on current von-Neumann architectures. However, von-Neumann architecture requires huge […]

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Introduction to Deep Learning

Abstract : Recently deep learning has become one of the most powerful and popular machine learning techniques due to its record-breaking performances in a variety of recognition tasks including speech recognition and image classification. Deep learning also changed the paradigm of […]

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Therapeutic Artificial Organs and the life-saving devices

Abstract : The therapeutic artificial organs and the life-saving devices are developed and clinically used for replacements of the biological organs and the life-saving emergency cares. In this presentation, the artificial heart and the ventricular assist devices, developed in Korea, will […]

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Gravitational Wave Detection: the Dawn of New Astronomy

Abstract : On 14th September, 2015, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) located at Hanford, Washington and Livingston, Louisiana, the United States, detected a gravitational-wave signal coming from the collision of two massive black holes. Around three months later, LIGO detected […]

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How Google and AlphaGo became the best?

Abstract : Google has become one of the world’s most valuable companies. What makes Google so special? What makes Google search algorithm smarter than others and Alphago the best AI GO player in the world? In this talk, we will investigate […]

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Differential Equations – How can we apply mathematics to our life?

Abstract : Mathematicians have been using mathematics to model and analyze natural/physical/biological phenomena. One classical way for application of mathematics is through differential equations. In this talk, I will briefly introduce some applications of differential equations focusing especially on volcano eruption […]

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Mathematics in traffic and transport: Math will get you on your way

Abstract : Traveling is an indispensable aspect of our modern life. We travel every day; to our workplaces, to our schools, and to our home. Surprisingly, Mathematics is behind it. From GPS navigation to city planning, mathematics is playing a vital […]

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