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INSILICO, based on its unique know-hows, constantly attempt to innovate, leading the trend.
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Title
Journal name
Volume
Page
Issued year
Synbiotics Containing Nanoprebiotics: A Novel Therapeutic Strategy to Restore Gut Dysbiosis
Frontiers in Microbiology
12
715241
2021
Benchmarking of computational approaches for fast screening of lithium
Chem. Phys. Lett.
681
64
2017
Thermostable Artificial Solid-Electrolyte Interface Layer Covalently Linked to Graphite for Lithium Ion Battery: Molecular Dynamics Simulations
J. Electrochem. Soc.
163 (6)
A917
2016
Wettability of Ag nanocluster on Cu Ni alloys: A computational approach
J. Alloys Compd.
682
844
2016
Negatively curved carbon as the anode for lithium ion batteries
Carbon
66
39
2014
The effect of stacking fault on diffusion of chemisorbed hydrogen atoms inside few-layered graphenes
RSC Advances
4
9223
2014
Temperature Dependence of Volume Change of NaX and NaY Zeolites Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations
J. Phys. Chem. C
118
12811
2014
Theoretical study on porphyrin based covalent organic polyhedra as a hydrogen storage
Int. J. Hydrogen Energ.
38
6234
2013
Molecular Modeling of Small Molecules as BVDV RNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase Allosteric Inhibitors
Bull. Korean Chem. Soc.
34
837
2013
Liquid-Like Hydrogen Stored in Nanoporous Materials at 50 K Observed by in Situ Neutron Diffraction Experiments
J. Phys. Chem. C
117
3177
2013
Lithium-Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks that Show >10 wt% H2 Uptake at Ambient Temperature
CHEMPHYSCHEM
14
2698
2013
Elucidation of specific aspects of dielectric constants of conjugated organic compounds: a QSPR approach
J. Mol. Model.
18
251
2012
Synthesis and characterization of solubility enhanced metal-free phthalocyanines for liquid crystal display black matrix of low dielectric constant
Dyes and Pigments
92
942
2012
Pillared Covalent Organic Frameworks with Balanced Volumetric and Gravimetric Hydrogen Uptake
J. Phys. Chem. C
116
1479
2012
Stability of hydrogenation states of graphene and conditions for hydrogen spillover
PRB
85
155408
2012
Accurate Ab Initio-Based Force Field for Predictive CO2 Uptake Simulations in MOFs and ZIFs: Development and Applications for MTV-MOFs
J. Phys. Chem. C
116
20254
2012
Identification of tissue-specific targeting peptide
J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des.
26
1267
2012
Crystal structure prediction of organic materials: Tests on the 1,4-diketo-3,6- diphenylpyrrolo(3,4-c)pyrrole and 1,4-diketo-3,6-bis(4'-dipyridyl)-pyrrolo-[3,4-c]pyrrole
Dyes and Pigments
89
37
2011
Improved H2 Storage in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks Using Li+, Na+, and K+ Dopants, with an Emphasis on Delivery H2 Uptake
J. Phys. Chem. C
115
3507
2011
Machine learning study for the prediction of transdermal peptide
J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des.
25
339
2011
Theoretical Study on phthalocyanine, pyrazinoporphyrazine and their complexation with Mg2+ and Zn2+
Molecular Simulation
36
192
2010
A Comparative Study on the Optical Properties of Indenofluorene and Indenopyrazine
Computational Materials Science
49
S251-S255
2010
Artificial neural network study on organtargeting
Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design
24
49
2010
Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks as H2 Adsorbents: Ab Initio Based Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation
J. Phys. Chem. C
114
12039
2010
Molecular dynamics simulations of stability of metal-organic frameworks against H2O using the ReaxFF reactive force field
Chem. Comm.
46
5713
2010
An aromatic imine group enhances the EL efficiency and carrier transport properties of highly efficient blue emitter for OLEDs
Journal of Materials Chemistry
20
5930
2010
New blue-violet emitters based on an indenopyrazine core for OLEDs: Effects of the position of m-terphenyl side group substitution on optical and electroluminescence properties
Organic Electronics
11
864
2010
Enforced Effects of Side Group Substitution Position on Luminescence Properties; Synthesis of Bis(dipyrrinato)zinc Complex Derivatives
Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals
531
65/[365]
2010
Density Functional Study on the Effect of Electron Withdrawing Substituent on the Stability of RNHBH2
International Journal of Nanoscience
8
53
2009
A coarse-grained model of monoolein: comparison with the atomistic model
International Journal of Nanoscience
8
169
2009
Molecular dynamics simulation study on the hydrogen adsorption and diffusion in non-interpenetrating and interpenetrating IRMOFs
Catalysis Today
146
216
2009
Silicon-Based Blue Phosphorescence Host Materials: Structure and Photophysical Property Relationship on Methyl/Phenylsilanes Adorned with 4-(N-Carbazolyl)phenyl Groups and Optimization of Their Electroluminescence by Peripheral 4-(N-Carbazolyl)phenyl Numbers
J. Phys. Chem. C
113
19686
2009
Density-based clustering of small peptide conformations sampled from a molecular dynamics simulation
Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling
49
2528
2009
Theoretical Studies on Pillared Covalent Organic Frameworks for the Hydrogen Storage Material
Journal of the Korean Physical Society
52
1255-1258
2008
Density Functional Study on Metal Decoration onto a Metal-organic Framework
Journal of the Korean Physical Society
52
1221-1226
2008
A Density Functional Theory Study on the Interaction of Hydrogen Molecules with Aromatic Linkers in Metal-organic Frameworks
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids
69
1428-1431
2008
Improvement of bioavailability of water insoluble drugs: Estimation of intrinsic bioavailability
KJCE
25
171-175
2008
Aqueous solubility of poorly water-soluble drugs : Prediction using similarity and quantitative structure-property relationship models
KJCE
25
865-873
2008
Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulations for the Prediction of Adsorption Capacity of Hydrogen in MOFs
Solid State Phenomena
124-126
1693-1696
2007
Quantitative structure–uptake relationship of metal-organic frameworks as hydrogen storage material
Catalysis Today
120
317-323
2007
A porous mixed-valent iron MOF exhibiting the acs net: Synthesis, characterization and sorption behavior of Fe3O(F4BDC)3(H2O)3 (DMF)3.5
Catalysis Today
120
324-329
2007
Understanding the mechanism of hydrogen adsorption into metal organic frameworks
Catalysis Today
120
330-335
2007
Molecular Simulation Study on Catenation Effects on Hydrogen Uptake Capacity of MOFs
Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.
971
0971-Z06-03
2007
Crystal Structure and Guest Uptake of a Mesoporous Metal–Organic Framework Containing Cages of 3.9 and 4.7nm in Diameter
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
46
8230-8233
2007
Artificial neural network models for prediction of intestinal permeability of oligopeptides
BMC Bioinformatics
8
245
2007
Binding mode analysis between membrane dipeptidase and its substrates
Molecular Simulation
33
495
2007
Understanding the Mechanism of Hydrogen Adsorption into Metal Organic Frameworks
Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.
885E
0885-A09-29.1
2006
Quantitative Structure-Uptake Relationship of Metal-Organic Frameworks as Hydrogen Storage Material
Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.
927
0927-EE03-15
2006
Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation Study on the Catenation Effect on Hydrogen Adsorption onto the Interpenetrating Metal-Organic Frameworks
J. Phys. Chem. B
110
22987-22990
2006
A density functional theory study of a series of functionalized metal-organic frameworks
Chemical Physics Letters
420
256-260
2006
Molecular Modeling Studies on a series of Metal-Organic Frameworks
Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.
837
N3.19.1
2005
Hydrogen adsorption experiment of IRMOF-3 and molecular modeling depending on the functional group of Organic Linker
Collected papers of The Korean Hydrogen & New Energy Society
15
108-118
2004

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INSILICO Co. Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) complies with the Personal Information Protection Act and related laws and regulations to protect the freedom and rights of information subjects, legally process personal information, and securely manage it. In accordance with Article 30 of the Personal Information Protection Act, the Company establishes and discloses this Privacy Policy to guide information subjects on the procedures and standards for the processing of personal information and to promptly and smoothly address related complaints.

Article 1: General Provisions
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Article 2: Personal Information Processing Items and Purposes
The Company processes personal information within the minimum scope necessary for providing services, and the processed personal information will not be used for purposes other than the following:

① Processing Items
a) Information collected when registering inquiries: Name, company name, email, phone number, department
b) Information collected when registering internal/external audit reports: Email
c) Automatically generated and collected items during website usage: Connection IP information, service usage records, access logs, cookies, MAC address

② Processing Purposes
a) User identification, response to user inquiries, proposals, complaints, (A/S) after-sales service processing, etc.
b) Understanding the frequency of access, collecting statistics on service usage for stable service operation and quality improvement during user service usage analysis

Article 3: Processing and Retention Period of Personal Information
The company promptly disposes of personal information after achieving the purpose of collection and use. However, for the following information, it will be retained for the specified period for the reasons stated below, and the consent of the information subject will be obtained if necessary:

① Collection Items When Registering Inquiries
– Retention Period: 5 years
– Reason for Retention: User identification, response to User inquiries, handling of complaints, notification of announcements

② Collection Items When Registering Internal/External Audit Reports
– Retention Period: 3 years
– Reason for Retention: User identification, reporting of irregularities, handling of complaints

③ Automatically Generated and Collected Items During Website Usage
– Retention Period: 3 years
– Reason for Retention: Understanding access frequency and collecting statistics on service usage

Article 4: Destruction of Personal Information
The company promptly destroys personal information when it becomes unnecessary due to the expiration of the retention period or the achievement of the processing purpose. If personal information needs to be retained despite the expiration of the consent period obtained from the data subject or the achievement of the processing purpose due to other laws, it will be separately stored in a different database (DB) or at a different location. The method of destroying personal information is as follows:

① Personal information recorded and stored in electronic file format will be deleted using technical methods that cannot reproduce the records.
② Personal information recorded and stored on paper documents will be shredded or incinerated for destruction.

Article 5: Provision of Personal Information to Third Parties
The company uses personal information within the scope of the purpose of collection and does not use or provide/share personal information for purposes beyond that scope. However, there are exceptions as follows:

① When obtaining separate consent from the information subject
② When there are special provisions in other laws
③ When it is necessary to protect the urgent interests of the life, body, property of the information subject or a third party, who is unable to express their intention due to incapacity or unknown address.
④ When it is necessary for statistical compilation and academic research purposes and personal information is provided in a form that cannot identify specific individuals
⑤ When it is necessary to provide personal information to perform tasks prescribed by other laws, even if it is not used for purposes beyond the intended purpose, and it has been approved by the protection committee
⑥ When it is necessary to provide personal information to foreign governments or international organizations to fulfill treaties and other international agreements
⑦ When it is necessary for the investigation of crimes and the indictment and maintenance of public prosecution, or for judicial activities
⑧ When it is necessary to perform judicial work by the court
⑨ When it is necessary for the execution of punishment, protective disposition, or protective supervision

Article 6: Outsourcing of Personal Information Processing
The company does not outsource customer’s personal information to external companies. If outsourcing tasks arise in the future, we will promptly disclose it through this Privacy Policy.

Article 7: Rights and Obligations of Information Subjects and Methods of Exercising Rights
Information subjects may exercise the following rights related to personal information protection at any time with the company:

① Request for access to personal information
② Request for correction if there are errors
③ Request for deletion
④ Request for processing suspension

The exercise of rights related to personal information protection can be made in writing, by electronic mail, FAX, etc. to the company, and the company will promptly take action on it.
If the information subject requests correction or deletion of personal information, the company will not use or provide the personal information until correction or deletion is completed.

Rights may be exercised through a legal representative or an authorized agent of the information subject. In this case, an authorization letter must be submitted.

Article 8: Security Measures for Personal Information
The company takes the following measures to ensure the security of personal information:

① Administrative measures: Establishment and implementation of internal management plans, regular employee education, etc.
② Technical measures: Installation of external access control systems, prevention of computer virus damage using antivirus programs, network personal information transmission security measures using encryption algorithms (SSL), etc.
③ Physical measures: Access control of computer rooms, data storage rooms, etc.

Article 9: Installation, Operation, and Refusal of Automatic Collection Devices for Personal Information
The company operates ‘cookies’ and other similar technologies to store and retrieve information about you regularly. Cookies are very small text files sent by the company’s web server to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive.

The company uses cookies for the following purposes:
① Analyzing the frequency of access, visit time, and tracking user preferences and interests.
② Targeted marketing and personalized service provision based on event participation and visit frequency, among other things.

Users have the option to set your cookie preferences. Therefore, Users can choose to allow all cookies, confirm each time cookies are stored, or refuse to store all cookies by setting options in Users’ web browser.

Users can refuse cookie settings by selecting the options in their web browser. They have the choice to either allow all cookies, confirm each cookie storage, or reject the storage of all cookies.

– Example of how to set it up (for Internet Explorer): Tools at the top of your web browser > Internet Options > Privacy

However, if you refuse to set cookies, there may be difficulties in providing services.

Article 10: Personal Information Protection Officer
The company is committed to protecting personal information and handling complaints related to personal information processing. To this end, the company designates a Personal Information Protection Officer as follows:

– Personal Information Protection Officer: Minkyoung Kim, Manager of the Corporate Planning Division
– Contact Information: +82-31-495-6932 (Ext. 120), MKKIM@INSILICO.CO.KR

Data subjects may contact the Personal Information Protection Officer for any inquiries, complaints, damage claims, or other matters related to the protection of personal information that arise while using the company’s services. The company will promptly respond to and address inquiries from data subjects.

If you require reporting or consultation regarding other privacy infringements, please contact the following organizations:
– Personal Information Infringement Report Center (PRIVACY.KISA.OR.KR/118)
– Personal Information Dispute Resolution Committee (WWW.KOPICO.GO.KR/1833-6972)
– Cyber Investigation Division of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office (WWW.SPO.GO.KR/1301)
– Cyber Safety Bureau of the National Police Agency (CYBERBUREAU.POLICE.GO.KR/182)

Article 11: Changes to the Privacy Policy
This Privacy Policy is effective from June 1, 2023. (Initial Notification)