Students Attend Seminar on Applying Advanced Materials and Technologies in Automotive Engineering

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POSCO held a seminar where students were given the opportunity to give presentations on their own car development process and learned from industry experts on how to apply magnesium technology in automotive engineering.

POSCO’s World Premium Materials (WPM) – Magnesium Business Division organized a seminar on magnesium technology at the POSCO Global R&D Center in Songdo, Korea. Held on December 23, 2016, the event was attended by local college students who had won an annual contest to build Baja (off-road), Formula (on-road) and EV (electric vehicle) style race cars. The competition, organized by the Korean Society of Automotive Engineers, is designed to nurture students by offering opportunities to acquire automobile design and manufacturing skills.

POSCO's seminar on magnesium technology was attended by students who built winning race cars at an annual competition held by the Korean Society of Automotive Engineers.
POSCO’s seminar on magnesium technology was attended by students who built winning race cars at an annual competition held by the Korean Society of Automotive Engineers.

Students gave presentations on their own car development process while sharing their technical expertise. In addition, experts in magnesium, molding, bonding, and surface treatment were invited to speak about the application of magnesium technology in automobiles. Following the presentations, further discussions were held by the organizers of the event and the race car production advisors on automotive engineering and magnesium technology.

A race car built by students from Kookmin University.
A race car built by students from Kookmin University.

POSCO used the seminar to gather the opinions of students and to learn more about the use of magnesium in automobiles as it is planning to steadily expand its technical support for the application of magnesium technology in automotive engineering.

 

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