July 9, 2014
Dr. Jason Amsden attended the Collaborative Conference on Materials Research in Incheon/Seoul, South Korea from June 22-27, 2014. On Wednesday the 25th, he gave a presentation titled: “Engineering carbon nanomaterials for electrode applications in energy storage, disinfection, and electron emission” highlighting the NTFL’s work on graphenated nanotubes and miniature mass spectrometer development. Jason also had a chance to do a little photography and some of the pictures are shown below.
Figure 1. Jason presenting at the Collaborative Conference on Materials Research in Incheon/Seoul, South Korea
Figure 2. The Northeast Asia Trade Tower in Incheon/Songdo: South Korea’s tallest building (still under construction). The conference was held just behind this building. This photo was taken from the hotel room where Jason stayed.
Figure 3. A small section (approximately 5-10%) of the Seoul skyline as seen from Naksan Park. The famous YTN Seoul Tower on the top of Namsan Mountain in the center of Seoul is at the left with the red lighting.
Figure 4. Sunset in Seoul as seen from Naksan Park. This area is just to the right of that shown above.