Acad., Prof. and Dr. Ko Kyong Dal, researcher of Faculty of Metal Engineering, winner of Kim Jong Il Prize
He wrote scores of kinds of textbooks and reference books of up to 40 000 pages including Non-coking Iron Making and Samhwa-iron Metallurgy and trained 8 Doctors and more than 30 Masters. By completing the Juche iron production system by rotary kiln, he had the honour of receiving thanks from Chairman Kim Jong Il and of having a souvenir photograph taken with the Chairman. And he also greatly contributed to the development of metal industry and science and technology of the country by successfully completing tens of research projects for several sectors of the national economy.
People’s Scientist, Prof. and Dr. Han Pyong Jun, Head, the Leading Laboratory of Postgraduate Institution
Han wrote some 20 textbooks and reference books of up to 37 000 pages including Casting Theory and Alloy Casting, designed and manufactured 20 kinds of casting and steel casting equipment and trained 5 Doctors and more than 20 Masters. By completing a research on high-strength spheroid graphite cast iron on rare earth complex inoculant, he had the honour of receiving thanks from President Kim Il Sung and also greatly contributed to the development of the country’s science and technology by successfully completing tens of research projects for several sectors of the national economy.
Candidate Acad., Prof. and Dr. Kim Haeng Son, teacher of College of Materials Science and Technology
He wrote 20 kinds of textbooks and reference books including Metal Welding, Welding Heat Procedure, Dissimilar Metal Welding, Materials for Pressurized Light Water Reactor and Welding and Six Language Vocabulary on Welding, and trained 4 Doctors and more than 20 Masters. By regenerating the large-scale bearing roll by means of deposition, he had the honour of receiving thanks from Chairman Kim Jong Il and also greatly contributed to the development of the economy and of science and technology of the country by successfully completing tens of research projects for several sectors of the national economy.
People’s Scientist, Dr. and Associate Prof. Ri Jun Gi, head of Analyser Institute
By developing Near Infrared Rays Spectroscopy, he was awarded a prize and a medal for invention presented by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). He also greatly contributed to the development of the eonomy and of science and technology by successfully developing 10 cutting-edge analysing instruments including fluorescence spectroscopy.
Prof. and Dr. Kim Kang Sop, researcher of Engineering Scientific Institute
He has been working as a MTnet member of the International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA) since 2013. He participated in the 19th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Induction in the Earth and the International Seminar on Mt. Paektu Volcano to present good scientific papers, and contributed some 10 articles to SCI and EI.
Dr. and Associate Prof. Kim Chon Ung, head of Laboratory of Water Treatments
He participated in 13 international seminars, including the 7th International Conference on Electromagnetics; and the International Electrical and Electronic Engineers’ (IEEE) 9th Seminar on Dielectric Material Application to present good papers. In February 2005, his Capacitive Grading Device for Protecting Corona Discharge in High Voltage Electric Machine Stator Bar was registered as an international patent. He has been working as an inspector of the magazine Polyma Engineering and Science since 2006 and that of the magazine Journal of Applied Polyma Science since 2007. He also contributed 22 articles to SCI and 9 to EI.
Dr. Kang Myong Chol, researcher of the Semiconductor Institute
He designed and manufactured in a Korean way the capacitive pressure sensor that is of great significance in modernizing the national economy and has been channelling his efforts into training reserves. He has been working as an inspector of the magazine Sensor and Actuator since 2017 and also contributed one article to SCI.