본문 바로가기 대메뉴 바로가기

people

Dr. Won-Joon Lee from the ADD Wins the Jeong Hun Cho Award​
View : 648 Date : 2021-05-17 Writer : PR Office

From left: KAIST PhD candidate Sok-Min Choi, Dr.Won-Joon Lee from ADD, Chong-Ho Park from Kongju National University High School, and Korea University's Hyong- Won Choi

< From left: KAIST PhD candidate Sok-Min Choi, Dr.Won-Joon Lee from ADD, Chong-Ho Park from Kongju National University High School, and Korea University >

Dr. Won-Joon Lee from the Agency for Defense Development (ADD) became the 17th Jeong Hun Cho Award recipient. KAIST PhD candidate Sok-Min Choi from the Department of Aerospace Engineering, Master’s-PhD combined course student Hyong-Won Choi from Korea University, and Chong-Ho Park from Kongju National University High School were also selected.

The award recognizes promising young scientists who makes significant achievements in the field of aerospace engineering in honor of Jeong Hun Cho, the former PhD candidate in the Department of Aerospace Engineering who died in a lab accident in May in 2003. Cho’s family endowed the award and scholarship to honor him. Three scholarship recipients from Cho’s alma mater, KAIST, Korea University, and Kongju National High School are selected every year.

Dr. Lee from the ADD has conducted research on shape design methods and radar absorbing structures for unmanned aerial vehicles, publishing more than 24 articles in SCI-level journals and 17 at academic conferences.

Dr. Lee was awarded 2.5 million KRW in prize money. the two students from KAIST and Korea University each received a 4 million KRW scholarship and Park received 3 million KRW.


Releated news