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School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering

Earth and Climate Change

Earth and Climate Change

Atmospheric Science and Engineering
Atmospheric Science and Engineering

Research on preparing for environmental and climate changes through climate modeling, transport and fate study of air pollutants, and the development of air pollutant purification catalysts

Envirionmental Catalysis

Prof. Sungbong Kang

Prof. Sungbong Kang
Research Fields
  • Heterogeneous catalysis for air pollution control
  • Chemical reaction/kinetics and surface analysis
  • CO2 adsorption/desorption and its utilization
  • H2 production by NH3 decomposition catalyst
  • H2 production by reforming (CO2-CH4) catalyst
Atmospheric Trace Molecule Sensing Laboratory(ATMOS)

Prof. Kyung-Eun Min

민경은 교수
Research Fields
  • Investigations on the controllers in air quality degradation (aerosol and ozone)
  • Quantifying the source strengths of the climate changing drivers
  • Development of the state-of-the-art instrument for trace level air pollutant monitoring
  • Intensive field measurements (ground-, ship- and air-borne)
  • Assessment of the effectiveness of climate and air quality policies
Aerosol Technology and Monitoring Laboratory (ATML)

Prof. Kihong Park

Prof. Kihong Park
Research Fields
  • Development of aerosol generation and measurement technology
  • PM2.5 monitoring and sources
  • Atmospheric new particle formation (NPF)
  • Construction of PM2.5 toxicity
  • AI-based prediction of NPF and aerosols
Atmospheric chemical Information Research Laboratory (AIRL)

Prof. Chul-Han Song

Prof. Chul-Han Song
Research Fields
  • Short- and medium-range forecasting of particulate matter
  • Development of the integrated system of air quality modeling system and satellite data
  • Prediction of air quality using a 3-D chemical transport model
  • Development of forecasting model using artificial intelligence
  • Research on multi-phase chemical reactions of aerosols
Climate Analysis and Modeling Laboratoty(CAML)

Prof. Jinho Yoon

Prof. Jinho Yoon
Research Fields
  • Anthropogenic (man-made) climate change vs. Natural climate variability
  • Understanding Weather-Climate Extremes
  • Aerosol-Cloud-Precipitation interaction
  • Development and analysis of Earth System Modeling
  • Geoengineering
Environmental Chemistry and Ecology
Environmental Chemistry and Ecology

Research on the fate of micropollutants in water and soil, remediation of contaminants using bio- and nano-technology, ecosystem modeling as a response to climate change, and securing biological resources

Trace metal biogeochemistry Laboratory

Prof. Seunghee Han

Prof. Seunghee Han
Research Fields
  • Biogeochemical cycling of trace metals
  • Climate change effects on trace metal cycling
  • Metal-mineral biogeochemical interactions
  • Atmospheric deposition of trace metals
  • Materials for trace element remediation and recovery
Applied&Environmental Microbiology Lab

Prof. Hor-Gil Hur

Prof. Hor-Gil Hur
Research Fields
  • Antibiotic resistance bacteria and genes in various environments
  • Microbial community analysis in domestic agricultural environment
  • Development of degradation of plastics by bacteria
  • Research on plastic-degrading bacteria in agricultural environment
  • Analysis of plastic-degrading mechanisms of bacteria
Earth Materials Science Laboratory(EMSL)

Prof. Huijeong Hwang

Prof. Huijeong Hwang
Research Fields
  • Extreme condition science
  • Reduction to environmental pollutant
  • Solid Earth water cycle
  • Carbon capture using porous materials
  • In-situ X-ray measurements
Stable Isotope Ecology Laboratory

Prof. Chang-Keun Kang

Research Fields
  • Stable isotope ecology
  • Marine food web structure
  • Physiological energetics
  • Biological oceanography
  • Restoration ecology
Soil Environment Laboratory

Prof. Kyoung-Woong Kim

Prof. Kyoung-Woong Kim
Research Fields
  • Prediction of geochemical behavior of pollutants
  • Development of eco-friendly soil/groundwater remediation techniques
  • Development of ecosystem restoration technologies in response to the climate change
  • Development of remediation techniques for arsenic contaminated soil
Environmental Mass Spectrometry

Prof. Tae Young Kim

Prof. Tae Young Kim
Research Fields
  • Development of mass spectrometric methods for environmentally hazardous substances
  • Biological risk assessment of microplastics and particulate matter
  • Development of environmental multi-omics analysis tools
  • Development of metabolic heavy water labeling techniques
  • Study on big data processing of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometric analysis
Evolutionary Ecology Laboratory

Prof. Eunsuk Kim

Prof. Eunsuk Kim
Research Fields
  • Vulnerable species for climate change and invasive plant
  • Population genetics
  • Seed endophyte
  • Ants and plant interaction