Welcome to the Indo-Korea Science and Technology Center (IKST)
IKST has been established for promoting R&D collaboration between India and Korea. Since 2015, IKST has focused on developing materials theory, source codes and softwares for computational materials scientist. We have developed a graphical user interface for materials simulation named as CINEMAS, several source codes for facilitating calculations of materials science, and many scientific research papers.
Now we are trying to extend our application to data analytics and artificial intelligence for science and technology. We also are trying to include bioinformatics, biomedical materials and robotics.
One of the major goal of IKST is to establish KIST India Institute for Intelligent Modelling, from which Korea and India will obtain benefit from the R&D collaboration.
Indo-Korea Science & Technology Center
Director, Dr. Seung Cheol Lee
He was appointed as a head of IKST center in 2017.
He has selected paper of “Organic-inorganic hybrid PtCo nanoparticle with highelectrocatalytic activity and durability for oxygen reduction” which was published at NPG Asia Mater 2016 8, e237
He has selected paper of “Catalytic activity for oxygen reduction reaction on platinum-based core-shell nanoparticles: all-electron density functional theory” which was published at Nanoscale, 2015 7, 15830-15839
He has selected paper of “Size-dependent transition of the deformation behavior of Au nanowires” which was published at Nano Research 2015 8, 941-947
He has selected paper of “Site preference of NH3-adsorption on Co, Pt and CoPt surfaces: the role of charge transfer, magnetism and strain” which was published at Physical chemistry chemical physics, 2015 17, 9335-9340
He has selected paper of “Supported Core@Shell Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cells: Close Encounter with Reality” which was published at Scientific Reports, 2013 3, 1309
He worked as a visiting scientist in Chemical Bond Analysis field at RWTH Aachen, Germany in 2009.
He worked as a visiting scientist in Strongly Correlated Materials field at Daresbury Lab, UK from 2003 to 2004.
He became a research scientist at KIST in 2002.
He was a postdoctoral research fellow in Computational Materials Science field at KIST from 2001 to 2002.