* Date : 2016-05-17
Joning us on this week’s “The Innerview” is Lee Young-moo, whose long-term study was recently published online by the international scientific journal, “Nature,” and caused quite a buzz in the scientific community.
The research project involved developing a special type of proton-exchange membrane for hydrogen fuel cells that would work under high-temperature and low-humidity conditions. It is expected that once commercialized, this membrane technology will dramatically reduce the cost of hydrogen fuel cells by one-tenth of its current cost.
During the interview, Lee Young-moo, the President of Hanyang University, provided his insight into the future of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and energy sources, and shared his secret to successfully developing an original membrane technology. He also revealed why he hasn’t stopped researching, even after being appointed the president of the university, and what has been driving him to pursue this research project.
Tune into “The Innerview” this week to meet Lee Young-moo, who has been ceaselessly doing research to impart new knowledge to the brilliant young minds at his university.