Mathematics is developed from the beginning of human history and now is the base and fundamental tools for sciences and engineering including social and psycology, .... Pure mathematics including number theory, algebra, topology, geometry and analysis has their own prospect and applied mathematics including numerical analysis, probability and statistics support and gave fundamental methods for research and developments for sciences and engineering. Currently, developing important methods are artificial intelligent, machine learning and numerical simulation by using high performance computer.
Physics, which was born to describe and understand nature, is one of the most fundamental subjects for humanity. The physics has affected to various other areas, e.g. electronics, mechanics, and chemistry, and had crucial networks with them.
To keep up-to-date with the latest progress, look at the problems from different perspectives, and establish international networks., Physics and Mathematics Group plans to bring together Korean and European Scientists and Engineers by organizing following sessions at EKC 2019.
In the Talk Sessions, experts and key persons in the selected research area (listed below) will introduce the field and discuss current main issues and new developments.
- Session 1. Progress on the pure mathematics in Europe and Korea
- Session 2. Machine learning and Artificial intelligent and its applications
- Session 3. Numerical simulation on HPC for Plasma physics and Fusion energy
In addition to these sessions, delegates are also encouraged to participate in the sessions of their own interests organized by other Science & Technology Divisions. Through these events, organizers of EKC 2019 wish to provide an unparalleled opportunity for Korean and European Scientists and Engineers to establish a valuable and prolonged network.
High Level Support Team (HLST) Core member
Technische Universitä München, Zentrum Mathematik,
and Numerical Method in Plasma Physics, Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Germany
I am Computational mathematician with extensive parallel computing experience and skill in all major programming languages and parallel libraries, in academic and national laboratory settings, in Korea, USA, and Germany. I am developing and optimizing a fast and highly scalable parallel solver of the
partial differential equation based problems on the massively parallel high performance computers
· Ph.D in Physics at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) (2009. 3. – 2015. 2.)
· MS in Engineering at GIST (2007. 3. – 2009. 2.)
· B.S. at Kyungpook National University (KNU) (2000. 3. – 2007. 2.: Military service for two-year and two-month is included.)
· Physics Subject Group Chairperson at the Korean Scientists and Engineers Association (VeKNI) in the Federal Republic of Germany (2018. 3. – present)
· EKC2019 Programme Committee (2018. 10. – present)
Chemistry, Materials Science, and Chemical Engineering are fundamental and challenging fields to study and acquire the knowledge to be understood. The fields have inspired and contributed to the emergence of various chemistry-based materials, such as, nanomaterials, biomaterials, electronic/optical/magnetic materials, ceramics, polymers, metal alloys, smart materials, semiconductor materials, and composite materials associating with design of complicated structures through the innovation of technology by the advancements in the study of fundamental science. The knowledge acquired from the studies will greatly impact on our society and coming life.
In the sessions of Chemistry, Material and Chemical Engineering at EKC 2019, the current scientific issues that are considered for environment and human being will be discussed with various up-to-date results from studies in the fields.
Dr. Songhak Yoon is currently research associate in Fraunhofer Project Group Materials Recycling and Resource Strategies IWKS (Fraunhofer IWKS). Dr. Yoon received his PhD from Prof. Sunggi Baik 's group at POSTECH in 2007. Since joining in the Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany in 2007 as postdoctoral research associate, the overall aim of his research has been to understand how the defects and crystal structure in materials affect optical properties (long persistent phosphors), charge transport and catalytic activity (solar water splitting). Based on these insights, various types of substitution strategies and synthesis routes for the novel materials have been developed.
01/2019 – Present Fraunhofer Project Group IWKS, Analytics, Germany
03/2016 – 12/2018 University of Stuttgart, Institute for Materials Science, Germany
02/2010 – 10/2015 Empa Dübendorf, Materials for Energy Conversion, Switzerland
11/2007 – 12/2009 Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ), Peter Grünberg Institut, Germany
03/2002 – 02/2007 Ph. D., Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH, South Korea
03/2002 – 02/2003 Diplôme d'Université in UFR Sciences et Techniques, Université Du Mans, France.
03/2000 – 02/2002 M.S., Materials Science and Engineering, POSTECH, South Korea
03/1996 – 02/2000 B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Pusan National University, South Korea
Wonjae Kim received M.Sc and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Aalto University (previously, Helsinki University of Technology) in 2007 and 2015. Before joining the academic programs, he worked at Samsung Electronics as Electrical R&D Engineer for about 5 years after bachelor study in Electrical Engineering completed in 2000 at Chosun University. In the meantime, he also worked as a researcher at KITEC (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) until 2008. While he experienced the several research institutes, he has studied electronic devices such as transistors/sensors utilizing nanomaterials including graphene and 2D semiconductors over the years. He is currently working at VTT Technical Research Center of Finland to develop 2D material based technology for industrial applications. His expertise is in nano-device fabrication and characterization.
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PROF. MOK, K. Hun (목헌)
Trinity College Dublin
DR. NAM, Kiwoong (남기웅)
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique
Humanity is currently dealing with many environmental problems. They are exacerbated by the sprawl of cities, which is accompanied by the growth of urban population and an increase of elderly people, as well as land use changes. For example, these problems relate to (i) causes and consequences of climate change including global warming and embedded severe heat waves, (ii) urban sprawl, as well as (iii) air and water pollution. They affect organisms such as humans, plants and animals as well as materials and socio-economic sectors. Earth and environmental scientists and engineers are interested in methods and data, which enable impact-related comparative analyses of processes and resulting phenomena that are typical of past and future effects of human environmental activities. They aim at the development and implementation of solutions to a variety of current environmental issues.
In the "Earth Science & Environmental Engineering" sessions at EKC 2019, delegates from Europe and Korea will discuss the main issues, core trends and collaboration opportunities in the field of earth science and the environment with experts and key persons from diverse sectors including industry, governments, local authorities, research associations and organizations, as well as academia.
The following specific sessions are focused on "Earth Science & Environmental Engineering" at EKC 2019:
1) Adaptation to climate change in cities
2) Current issues of urban air quality
3) Current issues of urban water
4) Waste treatment and management
5) Circular economy and sustainability
6) Current environment-related topics on atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere
7) Poster presentation
Through these events, the "Earth Science & Environmental Engineering" group offers delegates a valuable opportunity to create a new network between Europe and Korea.
Dr. Junbeum KIM is an associate professor in CREIDD Research Centre on Environmental Studies & Sustainability, Department of Humanities, Environment & Information Technology (HETIC) at University of Technology of Troyes (UTT), France. He is conducting studies on environmental science and sustainable engineering and industrial ecology areas (sustainable resource management, material flow analysis, life cycle assessment, waste system etc.) He holds a Ph.D. from Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University (U.S.) on December in 2008, a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (U.S.) and Environmental Engineering from Inha University in South Korea. After 2 years Post-Doc. experiences in University of California, Santa Barbara and University of Minnesota, he joined to University of Technology of Troyes in 2012.
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DR. LEE, Hyunjung (이현정)
City of Stuttgart, Office for Environmental Protection
Dr. Lee received her doctoral degree at the Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany, in 2015. Her dissertation is titled "Increasing heat waves require human-biometeorological analyses on the planning-related potential to mitigate human heat stress within urban districts". Since August 2016, Dr. Lee is working at the Department of Urban Climatology, Office of Environmental Protection, City of Stuttgart (Southwest Germany).
Dr. Lee is mainly concerned with current issues of planning-related urban climatology and adaptation strategies within cities to regional climate change as well as the evolution and evaluation of the local urban air quality situation. Related to urban climate, these issues refer to (i) the analysis of the characteristics of heat waves within cities, (ii) fundamentals, determination and application of human-related indices for the assessment of the thermal component of the urban climate, (iii) simulation-based analyses on urban climate effects of urban land use planning including the adaptation to the consequences of regional climate change for the urban population, (iv) simulation-based analyses for the planning-related potential, particularly of urban greening but also of street and building design, to reduce local human heat stress within urban quarters.
In order to accomplish the objectives of her work, Dr. Lee applies different efficient tools such as the micrometeorological simulation model ENVI-met. She is presenting and discussing results of her work in administration meetings as well as on national and international conferences. In addition, she is publishing main results of her work in international peer-reviewed journals.
As there is greater pressure for sustainable development, the requirements from the built environment are becoming more demanding. There is broad agreement that densely populated urban areas should be more sustainable rural areas. However, whilst over half the planet’s population lives in cities, they account for more than 75% of the consumption of non-renewable resources, causing climate change.
Built Environment group will take a new perspective on sustainable built environment and strategical approaches responding to climate change. The sessions aim to bring together built environment professionals, climate and energy researchers, policy experts and government officials to discuss recent research and works. The sessions of the Built Environment will allow delegate to increase their knowledge and skills related to sustainable development, building design and the performance of buildings and materials.
Pyoung Jik is a Lecturer in the Acoustics Research Unit, School of Architecture at the University of Liverpool since January 2014. He completed a PhD in Architectural Acoustics from the Hanyang University in Korea. Then he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), University of Southampton and Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA). His research primarily focuses on the psychophysiological evaluations of sound and vibration in the built environments.
In recent years Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has drastically evolved in multifold directions at an accelerated pace. Advancements of semiconductors, communication technologies, front-end/back-end software engineering, and various engineering fields are intertwined together yielding emerging technologies, which even expedite development and collaboration. Various relevant R&BD topics attract multiple interdisciplinary societies, seeing vast amount of opportunities in research and business. Innovative companies and research organizations successfully show up their challenging ideas, which create new user experiences, thereby making digital personalization come true. Some keywords in these regards include: artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, IoT, AR/VR, blockchain, etc. It goes without saying that high-speed networks and ultra-scale data centers in systems and associated components in subsystems play essential roles as enablers to realize such technologies. In the following sessions, we aim to cover recent R&D activities in EU and Korea on the state-of-the-art ICT while discussing technological hurdles and on-going evolutions in it . Topics mainly covered are AI, various sensors and their relevant technologies, 5G, wired and wireless communications, and high-frequency applications.
Hyewon Seo is a CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: French National Center for Scientific Research) research scientist with HDR degree (An academic degree in France that allows you to be a supervisor for PhD students) at the University of Strasbourg, since 2009. She holds BSc and MSc degrees in computer science from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and a PhD degree from the University of Geneva. During 2004-2009, she worked as an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the Chungnam National University. Her research interest centers primarily around 3D/4D shape analysis and modeling, with focus on human data. She has also worked on data-driven methods for shape estimation and motion generation, texture mapping, and sketch-based shape reconstruction, among others. So far, she has authored about 60 published articles in international journals and conferences, 4 book chapters, and 3 patents.
Hyewon Seo has served several editorial boards for international journals, among them is The Visual Computer journal (Springer Nature) where she works as an associate editor-in-chief since 2016. She also serves as PC member or reviewer for internationally renowned conferences, and has been a conference chair of Computer Graphics International conference in 2015. During 2012-2016, she has been a national committee member of CNRS. She has been an adjunct professor at the Department of Computer Science at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) since 2016.
Jung Han Choi received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, in 1999 and 2001, respectively, and the Dr.-Ing. degree from the Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany in 2004. From 2001 to 2004, he was a research scientist in the Institute for High-Frequency engineering at the Technische Universität München, Germany. During this time, he worked on the high-speed device modeling, thin-film fabrication, network analyzer measurement and circuit developments for high-speed optical communications. From 2005 to 2011, he was with the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and the Samsung Digital Media & Communication Research Center where he worked on the RF bio-health sensor, nano devices and RF/millimeter-wave circuit design including 60 GHz Si CMOS ICs. In 2011 he joined at the Fraunhofer Institute (Heinrich-Hertz Institute), Berlin, Germany and holds tenured position. Now he is working on ultra low-power high data bit rate transmitter and receiver circuits for optical communications, electromagnetic simulations, and network analyzer measurement up to 170 GHz.
In 2003, he was awarded for the EEEfCOM (Electrical and Electronic Engineering for Communication) Innovation prize 2003 for the contribution to the development of the high-speed receiver circuit. His current research interests range from microwave active/passive devices & IC, electromagnetic simulation & analysis, and metamaterials. He holds 19 international registered and 22 pending patents in the area of semiconductor device, circuits, and systems for high-frequency engineering and published more than 100 papers, 3 book chapters, and 3 books.
Europe is leading the development of the industrial revolution, and continuing to be a leader in world industry. European industry covers several industrial sectors that contribute to high economic valued-added activities and generate mass employment. This session group especially aims to gather Korean and European experts for their exchange of opinions/viewpoints and potential collaboration on mechanical engineering fields such as Automotive, Aeronautics/Aerospace, Naval/Ocean, and Nuclear Engineering. Various topics will be discussed in details, but not limited to the following topics
- Advanced technology in vehicle transportation such as automotive and aircrafts
- Innovation in space satellites & space transportation
- Naval architecture & Oceanographic applications
- Offshore engineering & hydrodnamics
- Nuclear materials, radiation prototection, and measurements
- Nuclear medicine and medical physics
- Robotics & Sensor technologies
- Smart manufacturing, machines, and innovative product technology
- Advanced Design, Numerical Analysis, Simulation, and Test Methods
- Advanced control methods and mutlidiciplinary
Cheol-Ho Jeong received his BSc, MSc, PhD degree from KAIST, Korea. He has been associate professer in Acoustic Technology group at the Technical University of Denmark since 2007. He was adjunct associate professor in the mechanical engineering at KAIST from 2011 to 2018. His main research covers computational room acoustics acoustics, environmental acoustics, architectural acoustics, and experimental method to characterize the acoustic devices.
Kwangtae Ha did BSc and MSc at Hanyang University. He earned a PhD on advanced composite structure and smart materials at Georgia Institute of Technology at 2005. After PhD, he worked at diverse fields such as component fatigue and bolted joints research at Caterpillar R&D Center, advanced rotor blade development of Heliplane Project sponsored by DARPA at Groen Brothers Aviation at USA, 7MW offshore wind turbine blade development and optimized offshore wind turbine development at Samsung Heavy Industries, Vibration test and simulation analysis of Korea Utility Helicopter (KUH) and LAH (Light Armed Helicopter) at Korea Aerospace Industries. He is currently working at Fraunhofer IWES as Research Associate. His current interests are developments of virtual testing methodology including future wind blade test simulation, and feasible setup for segment blade test.
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