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Prof. Jo, Kang-Hyun, Ph.D., has graduated and obtained the BS from Busan National University and both MS and Ph.D from Osaka University, in 1989, 1993, 1997, respectively. He also experienced in ETRI(Electro-Telecommunication Research Center) as a Post-Doc. Research Fellow during 1997-1998. Since March of 1998, he has served as a Faculty member, now as a Professor, in charging of Intelligent Systems Lab.

He had served as the vice dean of e-Vehicle Graduate Institute during 2007-2009 and continuously the vice dean of College of Engineering during 2009-2011. During 2005(June)-2006(July), he had stayed in Kyushu University and KIST(Korea Institute of Science and Technology) as a visiting Professor/Researcher during his first sabbathical year.

He has been also serving as a director of many societies e.g. ICROS(Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems), KMMS(Korean Multimedia Society), SICE(Society of Instruemtation and Control Engineers, Japan), as well as IEEE IES TC-HF Chair. He is currently contributing himself as an editorial member for a few renowned international jounals, such as IJCAS(International Journal of Control, Automation and Systems) and TCCI(Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence).

Now he has been made a variety of contributions for managing and organizing conferences and other acamedical gatherings, such as a publication, management or holding chair of ICIC(International Conference on Intelligent Computing, since 2006), ICCAS(International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems, since 2008), and ICCCI(International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence, since 2010) as a steering member. Elsewhere, he serves for many domenstic conferences or gatherings, like KRS(Korean Robotics Society), ICROS, and KMMS. He is also a member of variety of research societies, like IEEE, IEICE, IEEK, ICROS, KRS, KIPS, KIISE, KSAE.

This is Intelligent Systems Lab., Dept. of Electrical Eng., University of Ulsan.

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