The Mechanical Engineering Department at SUNY Korea hosted a Collaborating Seminar with the Biomedical Engineering Department of Purdue University. Participants discussed and planned future collaboration in research and student exchanges.
On Friday, June 24, SUNY Korea’s Mechanical Engineering department and Purdue University’s Biomedical Engineering department initiated a collaborating seminara research partnership at SUNY Korea Academic Building C103. Professor Brad Choiovost and Senior Vice President Dr. Hamid Hefazi of SUNY Korea led the seminar along with prestigious scholars from Purdue University. The topics spanned from research collaboration bio-mechanical engineering to student exchange programs. We look forward to collaborating with the Biomedical Engineering department of Purdue University with broader topics in the future.
SUNY Korea is the first American university established in South Korea and has grown to provide eight programs of Stony Brook University and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Stony Brook University offers prestigious programs in STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Fashion Institute of Technology, one of the first-rate fashion schools worldwide, focuses on providing practical and hands-on education to its students.