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  1. August, 2012 STATUS and ACTIVITIES of KOREA INSTITUTE OF MATERIALS SCIENCE

  2. General Introduction R&D Activities Major R&D Activities CONTENTS International Cooperation

  3. I. General Introduction • Location • Mission • History • Organization • Personnel • Budget

  4. KIMS Location Beijing Seoul Tokyo Busan Changwon KIMS

  5. Mission: Function & Role • Government Funded Institute of ISTK and The Ministry of Knowledge Economy • Promotion of the Materials Industry through R&D, Test & Evaluation, Technology support Test & Evaluation R&D Technology Support Metals Metals Bank Property Test Test-Bed Ceramics Failure Analysis Industrial Support Composites Nuclear Inspection Surface Technology Standardization Training 10 % 70% 20%

  6. History Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS) established Korea Test Institute of Machinery and Metals established. Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) launched (in Changwon) ’07.4 KIMM Headquarter moved to Daejeon ’02.3 ’92.3 ’93.4 Branch of KIMM established (in Changwon) ’81.1 ’76.12 Renamed as Materials Science Institute

  7. Organization President of the KIMS Korea Research Council for Industrial S&T Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials Audit Audit Department Vice President Fusion Research Planning Team Management & Administration Division Powder & Ceramics Division Industrial Technology Support Division Advanced Metallic Materials Division Light Metal Division Composites Research Center Strategic Planning Division Surface Technology Division Wind Turbine Technology Center

  8. Personnel Total: 390(’12.04.) Field of Research Permanent 227 Permanent workers only Contract 163 • No. of Ph.D. holders: 141

  9. Budget $66million (2012) Funding Sources Income Outcome Government Grant (41%) Personnel Expenses (24%) Direct Research Fee (62%) Others (59%) Operating, etc. (14%)

  10. Ⅱ.R&D Activities • Metals • Ceramics / Powder • Surface / Composites /Deformation

  11. R&D Surface / Composites /Deformation Metals Ceramics / Powder ∙ High strength steels for automotive ∙ Corrosion resistant stainless steels ∙ Alloy design for special steels Ferrous Alloys ∙ Superalloys for gas turbine ∙ Directional solidification technology ∙ Single crystal blade High Temperature Alloys ∙ Magnesium alloys (cast & wrought) ∙ Aluminum alloys (high strength & high temperature) Light Alloys ∙ Titanium alloys: design & forming ∙ Nickel alloys: microstructure control ∙ Copper alloys: high strength / high conductivity Special Alloys

  12. R&D Surface / Composites /Deformation Ceramics / Powder Metals ∙ Multi-porous ceramics (100µm↓) ∙ High purity SiC for IT ∙ Si3N4 Honeycomb filter Structural Ceramics Functional Ceramics ∙ Aerosol deposition technology ∙ RT Ceramic coating ∙ Bio-ceramics Structural & Functional Metallic Powder ∙ Powder fabrication and synthesis ∙ Nano size metallic & composite powder ∙ WC-Co alloys for tools

  13. R&D Surface / Composites /Deformation Metals Ceramics / Powder ∙ Nano-plating technology for energy conversion ∙ Environmental friendly surface finishing ∙ Transparent conductive coating for opto-electric application (eg. flexible display) Electrochemistry & Thin Film ∙ Composite materials design & processing ∙ Wind turbine blade ∙ Functional composites Composite Materials ∙ Numerical analysis for process design ∙ Precision forging technology ∙ Innovative new material forming technology Deformation Control

  14. Test & Evaluation / Technical Support Materials Characterization R&D Materials Problem Solving Post-R&D • Scale-up • Database • Test & Evaluation • Authorized Inspection Metallic MaterialsTest-bed Business Authorized Nuclear Inspection

  15. R&D RESULTS No. of SCI/E Papers No. of Patent Application Technology Transferring Fee (Million KRW) 239 207 1,491 1,236 209 1,164 201 136 169 Oversea 35 Oversea 17 2009 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011 I.F 2.09 Oversea 24 I.F 1.779 I.F 1.779 I.F 1.63 2009 2010 2011 참고) CAGR(’07-’11) : 연구비 9.23% / 인력인력 2.02% 15

  16. Ⅲ.International Cooperation • Global Partners • Global Research Collaboration

  17. GLOBAL PARTNERS Institute of Metal Research(IMR) General Research Institute for Nonferrous Metals (GRINM) Institute of Materials Science(IMS) Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research(TISTR) National Institute for Materials Science(NIMS) Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia(SIRIM) Industrial Technology Development Institute(ITDI) Boeing Company General Motors (GM) Bourns College of Engineering, U.C. Riverside Purdue University Center for Composite Materials, UD Rolls Royce, Plc. Metal Industry Development Center(MIDC) Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics Advanced Materials and Processing Institute (Fraunhofer IFAM) Helmholtz –ZentrumGeesthacht Center for Materials and Coastal Research Technical Standards and Safety Authority(TSSA) The National University of Science and Technology(MISIS) Tomsk Polytechnic University Jozef Stefan Institute(JSI) Wollogong University Postgraduate Institute of Science and Technology(PGIS) The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine(PWI) 17

  18. GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION • Collaborative Research Projects (2010~) ※ 23 PROJECTS IN TOTAL ※ About 10% of Total Projects(≒200) in the KIMS are international research collaboration • No. of Foreign Researchers at KIMS ※ 20 PERSONS IN TOTAL

  19. Thank You ! http://www.kims.re.kr