The 1st AOTULE Student Workshop on Mechanical Engineering jointed with The 5th KAIST-Tokyo Tech Mechanical Engineering Workshop

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Purpose of the Joint Workshop:

The purpose of this joint workshop is to promote the international collaboration among the faculties of the member universities of Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering (AOTULE) as well as to provide a chance to make friendship among young scientists in Mechanical Engineering. During the workshop, research activities and educational experiences of KAIST and Tokyo Tech as well as the member institutions of AOTULE will be introduced and young researchers will have opportunities to present their research outcome. All presentations will be made in English.

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Schedule and Program:

Oct. 15: Due date of submission of the extended abstract in 2 pages.
Nov. 27: (Arriving Daejeon) Welcome reception for faculty
Nov. 28: Technical sessions (education; research; students creativity sessions in oral presentation and poster) Banquet
Nov. 29: Technical tour for students
Nov. 30: Wrapping up and departure


Education: Educational experience of faculties such as how to educate graduate students through research activities or special courses recently developed for effective education.
Research: All area of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Student creativity: Outcome of creative design project.
Student Awards: Excellent presentations of students in oral and poster session were awarded.


The 1st KAIST-TIT Joint Workshop on Fracture, Reliability and Advanced Materials was held in August 2004 at Daejeon. The 2nd workshop was held in July 2005 at Tokyo and the 3rd was expanded to department level and held in February 2007 at Tokyo. And separately Tokyo Tech. - KAIST Faculty Joint Workshop on Mechanical Engineering was held at Tokyo in Nov. 2005. These two independent Joint Workshops are now merged after the agreement between the Heads of mechanical engineering of two institutions. In 2007, the 5th KAIST-Tokyo Tech Mechanical Engineering Workshop will be held jointly with the 1st AOTULE student workshop in conjunction with the 2nd Deans Meeting of AOTULE at KAIST in November.


Prof. Soon-Bok Lee

Prof. Soon-Bok Lee,
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology

Prof. Kikuo Kishimoto

Prof. Kikuo Kishimoto,
Tokyo Institute of Technology


The BK21 Program, School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Systems Eng. KAIST.
The 21st Century COE program of Tokyo Tech Mech. Eng. Grp.
The College of Engineering, KAIST

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