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Professor

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members_img In Gwun Jang
The Cho Chun Shik Graduate School of Green Transportation
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
291, Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 305-338, Republic of Korea
E-mail: igjang at kaist.edu
Phone: +82-42-350-1262 (Office)
+82-10-9213-0407 (Mobile)

■ Education


Ph.D.: Mechanical Engineering, KAIST (2006)
(Dissertation title: Evolutionary topology optimization using design space adjustment and refinement)

M.S.: Mechanical Engineering, KAIST (1999)
(Dissertation title: Optimal design of a nuclear fuel rd support structure based on contact stress analysis)

B.S.: Mechanical Engineering, KAIST (1997)



■ Professional Experience

 

Associate Professor, Cho Chun Shik Graduate School for Green Transportation, KAIST, Mar. 2016-Present

Assistant Professor, Cho Chun Shik Graduate School for Green Transportation, KAIST, Jan. 2011-Feb. 2016

Research Assistant Professor, Ocean Systems Engineering, KAIST, Apr. 2009-Dec. 2010

Postdoctoral Fellow, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Queen’s University, Canada, Nov. 2006-Mar. 2009



■ Fellowships & Awards


Best Paper Award, Korean Society for Design Optimization, Feb. 2015  

Best Student Paper Award, IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference, May. 2014 

Best Paper Award, Korean Society for Railway, Nov. 2013 

Post-doctoral Travel Awards, Queen’s University, Apr. 2007 

Fellowship (Post-doc.), Korea Research Foundation, Aug. 2006



■ Research Interests


Computational analysis and design for multidisciplinary systems

Design optimization for wireless power transfer systems for improving their performance in terms of efficiency, capacity, and mass under safety regulations

Development of traffic signal optimization algorithm for oversaturated urban roadway networks


Biomechanical and biomimetic analysis of human musculoskeletal system

Bone remodeling simulation under varying load conditions

Computational assessment of patient-specific bone health for diagnosis and prognosis