Dr. Sang-Hyoun Kim's Lab at Daegu University, South Korea is currently looking for master course students who want to participate in cutting-edge environmental engineering and bioenergy research. The research will focus on anaerobic digestion of solid waste and wastewater, biohydrogen production from renewable resources, industrial symbiosys and energy saving in industrial wastewater treatment. Graduate students in Dr. Kim’s lab will receive unique training in multidisciplinary research environments to experience the wide spectrum of environmental engineering from the physicochemical to the microbiological aspects. Detailed information for Dr. Kim's lab is as shown on the lab website, https://sites.google.com/site/energyreuselab/
An applicant can apply 2016 Global Korea Scholarship (GKS) Program, of which Daegu University is the host institute. The 3yr program consists of 1 yr Korean language course plus 2 yr academic course. The program offers several benefits including GKS stipend ($900/month), airfare, tuition waiver, and other financial support (~$2,500). Admission guide is attached on the Dr. Kim's lab website. As the due date for the photocopy of all the document is Mar 25, if anyone is interested in the GKS program, please just contact Dr. Kim as soon as possible.