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Engineering

The College of Engineering has the mission to educate engineering professionals who can meet broad responsibilities in a society in which public welfare depends heavily on engineers' work. The curriculum in engineering provides a balanced program in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering sciences, engineering design, social sciences, and humanities. The College of Engineering pursues advancement of knowledge among students, faculty and industrial communities. The College is committed to expand its role as a major research power and foster the tradition of excellence in engineering education, and continues to invest in engineering strengths to reflect the rapid technological advancement in our time. The College includes the Department of Architecture, Department of Architecture Engineering, Civil Engineering, Energy and Resources Engineering, Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Bioengineering and Technology, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering. The College of Engineering was established in 1979. It now comprises of 11 programs. There are approximately, 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students, around 81 faculty and administrative staffs. The faculty members of the Engineering programs are as follows.

  • Department of Architecture (5 years course)

    The Department of Architecture at Kangwon University was established in 1977 and was accredited by KAAB(Korea Architectural Accrediting Board) in 2007, and has an excellent reputation in Korea.

    The Architecture is requiring learning of professional practice, personal artistic development and technical knowledge of building and knowledge of history and tradition. Our teaching staff consists of leading practitioners who have an active career in design projects, competitions and exhibitions, research. The Goals of Architectural Major is providing the education to our students to have taken an active part in the board field of architectural design and history and to become leaders of the field. And the pragmatic tradition of the department has maintained an esteemed line and guaranteed a high professional skill of the graduates.

    Division of Urban Design & Architecture is organised in main theme subjects in architecture, consisting of Architectural Planning, History and Theory of Architecture, Building Design and Urban Planning and Design. We are always open for your inquiry.

    • Department of Architecture (5 years course)
      Name Subject, Email
      Park, Kyung-Rip, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Hanyang University)
      Architecture Design & History
      krpark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Chang Geun, Associate Professor, M.Arch
      (University of Michigan)
      Architectural Design & Theory
      ccgg1@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Seok Gweon, Associate Professor
      (Kangwon University)
      Architecture and Urban design
      leesg@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Sung Woo, Assistant Professor, M.Arch.
      (University of London, UCL, Bartlett School of Architecture)
      Architectural Planning and Design
      swchoi@kangwon.ac.kr

      Kim, MinGyu, Assistant Professor, AIA, Ph.D
      (Yonsei University)
      Architectural Design and Pre-Design
      mingyukim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Seo, Kyu-Duhk, Assistant Professor, AIA, M.Arch
      (UCLA)
      Architectural Design & Theory
      Kyuduhk.seo@kangwon.ac.kr
      Won,Kyoung-Sop, Assistant Professor,
      AKBW, Dipl-ing Arch
      (uni.Stuttgart)
      Suject, Email
      Architectural Design and Environment
      Won.k-s@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Hyun Jun ,Assistant Professor
      (Dipl. AA School, London, UK ARB, RIBA)
      Emergent Design
      hyunjunkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Cho, In Ho ,Assistant Professor
      (DPLG. Paris-Belleville National School of Architecture, France)
      Urban Architectural Design
      inojo@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Architectural Engineering (4 years course)

    The department of Architectural Engineering, founded in 1977, has been producing distinguished professional engineers fitting into the needs of national and local society. Graduates are expected to strengthen their position as a leading role in the architectural engineering field and perform a brilliant exploit in various fields. The department also contributes to training future international specialists of architectural engineering by adopting the educational system of Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea (ABEEK). The department, furthermore, invites highly reputable foreign professor to deliver his academic knowledges to the future global construction engineers.

    The architectural engineering is a field of practical science that actualize design drawing in the construction site. The department has 4-year curriculum, where students study on structural engineering and materials, construction engineering and management, architectural environment & equipment. The department incubates a professional engineer as an maestro in the construction site.

    • Department of Architectural Engineering (4 years course)
      Name Subject, Email
      Koo, Jae-Oh, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Yonsei University)
      Environmental Control Systems
      koojoh@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Seon-Gyoo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Michigan)
      Construction Engineering and Management
      sg1208@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ham, Hee Jung, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Colorado State University)
      Structural Analysis in Architecture
      heejham@kangwon.ac.kr
      Eun, Hee Chang, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Southern California)
      Structural Engineering
      heechang@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Ki Bong, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Tokyo)
      Construction Materials
      kbpark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Tae Wan, Assistant Professor,Ph.D
      (University of lllinois at Urbana-Champaign)
      Structural Engineering
      tkim@kangwon.ac.kr

      Wang, Xiao Yong, Assistant Professor,Ph.D
      (Hanyang University)

      Sustainable Building Materials
      wxbrave@kangwon.ac.kr

      Young-Ji Choi Assistant Professor ,Ph.D.
      (University of Sydney, Australia)

      Architectural Environment
      youngjichoi@kangwon.ac.kr

  • Department of Civil Engineering
    • Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings. Civil engineering is the second-oldest engineering discipline after military engineering, and it is defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering.

      It is traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines including structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, coastal engineering, materials engineering transportation engineering, water resources engineering, construction engineering, surveing & geo-sapatial engineerin and municipal or urban engineering. Civil engineering takes place in the public sector from municipal through to national governments, and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to international companies. The Department of Civil Engineering is a broad and diverse engineering discipline that deals with many aspects of improving the human living environment, e.g., water resource management, constructing stable buildings and bridges, safe environmental systems, building dams for hydropower and flood control, providing comfortable work environment. Today our professors and researchers are working on problems that go far beyond these traditional applications with innovative approaches needed to survive in a global society.

      The Department of Civil Engineering involves the application of principles of physics, mathematics, thermodynamics, control, energy, mechanics and physiology to designing and manufacturing the built artifacts and systems. It has been one of the fundamental engineering disciplines and recently combines emerging technologies such as IT, NT and BT.

      The need for civil engineers will increase in future as the society tries to solve for the problems of urbanization, decaying infrastructures, global warming, need of comfortable and healthy work environment, and an increase in the human population. The civil engineering job market will yield opportunities both nationally and internationally.

      The Department of Civil Engineering in Kangwon National University (KNU) offers a well-rounded learning experience that supports the entire spectrum of the related industry. The Department includes distinguished M.S. and Ph.D. programs in areas of Civil Engineering with 9 full-time tenured or tenure track faculties. The department is committed to educate M.S. and Ph.D. students to be able to apply their scientific and engineering knowledge to challenging problems.

      The architectural engineering is a field of practical science that actualize design drawing in the construction site. The department has 4-year curriculum, where students study on structural engineering and materials, construction engineering and management, architectural environment & equipment. The department incubates a professional engineer as an maestro in the construction site.

      Entrusted by society to create a sustainable world and enhance the global quality of life, civil engineers serve competently, collaboratively, and ethically as master in the future:
      ○planners, designers, constructors, and operators of society’s economic and social engine — the built environment;
      ○stewards of the natural environment and its resources;
      ○innovators and integrators of ideas and technology across the public, private, and academic sectors;
      ○managers of risk and uncertainty caused by natural events, accidents, and other threats; and
      ○leaders in discussions and decisions shaping public environmental and infrastructure policy.

      Department of Civil Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Lee, Bong-Hak, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Hanyang University)
      Structural Engineering
      bonghak@kangwon.ac.kr
      Yang, In-Tae, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Yonsei University)
      Surveying Remote Sensing & GIS
      intae@kangwon.ac.kr
      Yoo, Nam-Jae, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Colorado, U. S. A.)
      Geotechnical Course Description
      njyoo@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Cheol-Eung, Professor , Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Coastal and Harbor Engineering
      celee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Yun, Kyong-Ku, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Michigan state University)
      concrete and Mechanics
      kkyun@kangwon.ac.kr
      Song, Jong-Keol, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Structural Engineering
      songj@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Cheol-Ju, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Cambridge)
      Geotechnical Course Description
      cj32@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Sang-Uk,Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Statistical or Stochastic Hydrology
      sukim70@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Dong-Ha ,Assistant Professor, Ph.D
      (SUNGKYUNKWAN University)
      Geodesy and Geospatial Engineering
      geodesy@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Energy and Resources Engineering
    • Department of Energy and Resources Engineering is concerned with the design and development of mineral and energy resources including hydrocarbon and renewable energy resources. The prominent faculties and the specialized educational facilities organize 8 sub-majors(i.e. geophysics, geochemistry, mining engineering, geological engineering, rock mechanics & rock engineering, mineral & material processing, petroleum engineering, and future energy resources engineering).

      The department has been supported by KEMREP (Korea Energy and Mineral Resources Engineering Program) managed by Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(MOTIE) of Korea. This program encourages a field-oriented curriculum to cultivate the skillful engineers who meet the industrial needs. It has been certified from ABEEK(Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea) for official accreditation to assure the quality of energy resources engineering program, which maintains and establishes continuously the engineering education answer to the global standard of engineers.

      Department of Energy and Resources Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Min, Kyoung-Won, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Colorado School of Mines, U.S.A.)
      Geochemistry
      kwmin@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Jaedong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Rock Mechanics, Mining Engineering
      jdkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Baek, Hwanjo, Professor , Ph.D.
      (University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.)
      Geological Engineering
      hwanjo@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Sung-Oong, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Rock Mechanics & Rock Engineering
      choiso@kangwon.ac.kr
      Oh, Seokhoon, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Geophysical Exploration
      gimul@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Jaeryeong, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Tohoku University)
      Minerals & Materials Processing
      jr-lee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Changhyup, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering
      changhyup@kangwon.ac.kr
      Cha, Minjun, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, KAIST)
      Gas Hydrates Engineering
      minjun.cha@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Nano Applied Engineering
    • Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology for manipulation of matter on subnano- and nano-scale. Nanotechnology is one of the most important technologies which has a great potential for creation of new materials and devices with a vast range of applications, such as in electronics, energy production, biology and medicine, and consumer products.

      The “Department of Material Science and Engineering” at the Kangwon National University (KNU) was established in 1979 to ensure that KNU achieves excellence in education and research in the field of material science and engineering. In 2013 the department name changed to the “Department of Nano Applied Engineering”. The change of department name reflects the increasing public awareness on advanced materials and nano-technology. 8 faculty members are currently reading the cutting-edge technologies covering especially NT (nano-technology), ET (energy technology), and BT (bio-technology) in the department. The goal of the departmental is to cultivate the students to be talented engineers and researchers who can be differentiated by the descent knowledge and ability in advanced novel materials and nano-technology.

      Department of Nano Applied Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Nam, In-Tak, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Auburn University, U.S.A.)
      Magnetic Materials
      itnam@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Song-Hee, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Monash University, Australia)
      Mechanical Properties of Materials
      songhee@kangwon.ac.kr
      So, Myoung-Gi, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Thin Film Materials
      mgso@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Sung-Man, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Li-ion Battery / Microbattery
      smlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lim, Sung-Hwan, Professor, Ph.D
      (Tohoku University, Japan)
      Transmission Electron Microscopy
      shlim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jeong, Goo-Hwan, Assistant Professor, Ph. D
      (Tohoku University, Japan)
      Plasma process / Carbon nanomaterials
      ghjeong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Kwang-Ho, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Korea)
      BIOMEMS / Biomaterials
      khmhlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Kyu Hyoung , Assistant Professor, Ph.D
      (Yonsei University, Korea)
      Energy Conversion Materials
      khlee2014@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Biotechnology and Bioengineering
    • The department aims to provide quality education in the field of bioengineering and technology as well as to develop new technologies. Along with the recent progress in biotechnology, The scope of education and research activities have expanded from the traditional use of microorganisms to include genetic engineering, animal cell culture, stem cells and nano-bio-technology in recent years. Thus, many alumni members play a pivotal role in food, fine chemical, cosmetic and pharmaceutic industries of Korea.

      Department of Bioengineering and Technology
      Name Subject, Email
      Shin, Won-Cheol, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Yonsei University, Korea)
      Microbial Engineering
      swonc@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hong, Eock-Kee, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Rutgers University, U.S.A.)
      Biochemical Engineering
      ekhong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hur, Won, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of New South Wales, Australia)
      Fermentation Biotechnology
      wonhur@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Shin-Geon, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Alabama, U.S.A)
      Protein and Genetic Engineering
      choisg@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ha, Suk-Jin, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Korea),
      Metabolic Engineering
      sjha@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lim, KwangSuk, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Hanyang National University, Korea)
      Drug Delivery System
      kslim@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of System & Management Engineering
    • The study of Industrial Engineering aims to develop the student's analytical engineering abilities which solve the complicated problems on high-tech and management issues. Industrial Engineering program in Kangwon National University provides the various courses on design, development, and operation of industrial systems.

      The courses offered at the program includes engineering economics, engineering statistics, quality control, work management, operations research, production management, logistics management, human factors engineering, industrial safety engineering, management information systems, expert systems, computer applications, computer integrated manufacturing, systems simulation, and technology management. Industrial Engineering graduates are well-positioned to work in diverse fields such as manufacturing industries, service organizations, transportation systems, research institutes and high-tech stratups.

      Department of Industrial Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Sohn, Kwon-lk, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)

      Production & Inventory Control, Production Planning, Logistics Management
      kisohn@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ro, Jae-Ho, Professor, M.S.
      (KAIST)

      Human Factors in Engineering, Man-machine System Design, HCI
      rojeho@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jeon, Tae Bo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Auburn University, USA)

      Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Simulation, Quality Engineering
      tbjeon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Sung-Soo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Arizona State University, USA)
      Logistics, Production Management, Operations Research
      kimss@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Ki-Dong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Management Information System,Shop Floor Control
      kdkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, SangKyun, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Yonsei University)
      Management of Technology
      saviour@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lim, Dae-Eun ,Assistant Professor
      KAIST(Ph.D.)
      Queueing Theory, Stochastic models Simulatio
      del@kagnwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Environmental Engineering
    • Environmental engineering is the application of science and engineering principles to improve the natural environment (air, water, and/or land resources), to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to remediate polluted sites. It involves wastewater management and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal, renewable energy, and environmental sustainability issues as well as a knowledge of environmental engineering law. It also includes studies on the environmental impact of proposed construction project

      Department of Environmental Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Kim, Joon Hyun, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A)
      Environmental System Analysis, Water Resources Engineering.
      joonhkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Yeong Kwan, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A)

      Advanced Process Development for Water and Wastewater Treatment.
      yeong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Woo Keun, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Kyoto University, Japan)
      Air Pollution Control, Harzadous Gas Treatment.
      woklee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Rhee, Dong Seok, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany)
      Environmental Chemistry, Chemical Oxidation Technology
      dsrhee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ahn, Johng-Hwa, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Birmingham, England)
      Waste(water) bio-recycling, Anaerobic digestion
      johnghwa@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lim, Seong-Rin, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (POSTECH)
      Climate Change Mitigation, Sustainable Engineering, Life Cycle Assessment
      srlim@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Chemical Engineering
    • Department of Chemical Engineering has turned out about 800 chemical engineers after establishment in 1986, who play brilliant roles in the field of chemical engineering industry.

      Currently seven faculty members teaches major subjects of chemical engineering at the graduate and undergraduate school. Thus, master and Ph.D. courses are opened for the education of experts. Each faculty operates research laboratory, and students can take the chance to learn advanced technologies at the laboratory by performing research works for the development of science and technologies in chemical engineering.

      Students in the bachelor's course take ABEEK educational program as a engineering accreditation. Variety of major subjects are opened such as thermodynamics, reaction engineering, transport phenomena, separation process, process control, bio-materials, polymers, electrochemistry, chemical-plant design, etc. Experiment class at the laboratories opened in each semester furnishes the chance to learn research skill, treatment of chemical materials and handling of equipments. Students present papers for the bachelor's degree after research at each laboratory under the guidence of advisor.

      Graduates can get opportunities of finding jobs at the industries and institutes as engineers or researchers in the fields of manufacturing of advanced materials, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, polymers, biotechnology, environmental engineering and health care.

      Chemical Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Lee, Kwang-Rae
      (Univ. of Cincinnati, America)
      Composite Resin, Dental Adhesive
      krlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kwon, Yong Jung Professor, Ph.D.
      (Rice Univ. America)
      Thermodynamics of Fluids
      yjkwon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Kyo Seon Professor, Ph.D.
      (Univ. of Cincinnati, America)
      Chemical reaction Engineering
      kkyoseon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ihn, Kyo Jin Professor, Ph.D.
      (Kyoto University, Japan)
      Polymer Material
      kjihn@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Won Gyu Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST, Korea)
      Nano Process and Material
      wglee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Sang-Myung
      (Seoul National University, Korea)
      Bio Convergence Material
      sangmyung@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee Dae Won ,Assistant Professor
      Korea Univ.(Ph.D.)
      Catalyst Design
      stayheavy@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim Ki Chang ,emeritus professor
      Hanyang Univ.(Ph.D.)
      Thermodynamics
      kichang@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
    • Mechanical engineering serves as the basis for all engineering technologies such as automobiles, machinery, electronics, ship-building, construction and other crucial industries. Biomedical engineering utilizes such technology with the objective of developing medical devices to facilitate disease diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. Students are equipped with knowledge of mechanical and biomedical engineering, which act synergistically to produce a desirable talent. Consequently, they can play a pivotal role in diverse research and development opportunities in emerging technologies as well as existing industries.

      Courses are offered in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, dynamics, machine design, machine control, automotive engineering, biomedical engineering, medical device, biomechanics, etc.

      Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Kim, Sung-Joon, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Washington State University)
      Energy Engineering
      kimsj@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Min-Gun, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Keio University)
      Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
      kmg@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Hyung-Jong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Plasticity and Metal Forming
      khjong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Tak, Tae-Oh, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Iowa)
      Vehicle Dynamics
      totak@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kang, Hyung-Suk, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Missouri-Rolla)
      Heat Transfer
      hkang@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Heon-Young, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Die Design
      khy@kangwon.ac.kr
      Shim, Eun Bo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
      Computational Bioengineering
      ebshim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Seong Wook, Instructor, Ph. D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Environmental Chemistry, Chemical Oxidation Technology
      dsrhee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kang Tae-Won, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Maryland)
      Nonlinear Elastic Behavior &Biomaterial Interpretation
      jirehk@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
    • Nowaday, most of the mechanical machinery and processes are products of mechanical and electrical nature. Examples of these include wide engineering areas of automotives, aerospace, production machining, test and measurement and living appliances for daily needs. Under this background, the combination of the engineering studies including the existing mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and electronics with a new paradigm for design and engineering is Mechatronics.

      Typical method of approach in mechatronics -onverting many existing mechanical functions into mechatronics functions and improving mechanical flexibility and synthesis -Implementing effective control to complex mechanical systems -Intelligent processing and interpretation of mechanical and electrical data

      In essence, Mechatronics is a new field of study combining emerging mechanical engineering technologies with the technologies of sensor measurement, actuators, micro-processors, real-time software. Application areas of Mechatronics are wide from ultra-precision machining to servo systems as well as heavy machinery and jet engines.

      Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Kim, Seockhyun Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Rep. of Korea)
      Noise & Vibration
      seock@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kang, Shin You Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Rep. of Korea)
      Mechanical Structure Design & Crashworthiness Analysis
      sykang@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Byeong Hee Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Rep. of Korea)
      Micro/Nano System Design
      kbh@kangwon.ac.kr
      Chang, In Bae Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University, Rep. of Korea)
      Machine System Design
      inbae@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Jeong Wan Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST, Rep. of Korea)
      Robotics
      jwlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Seo, Young Ho Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST, Rep. of Korea)
      MEMS
      mems@kangwon.ac.kr
      Paek, Insu Professor, Ph.D.
      (Purdue University, USA)
      New and Renewable Energy
      paek@kangwon.ac.kr
      Yoo Hye-jeong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Pohang University of Science & Technology)
      System control/Mobile robot navigation
      hjryu@kangwon.ac.kr