- 서울대학교 공학박사
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Korea, 1999.2 M.S., Seoul National University, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Korea, 1995.2 B.S, Seoul National University, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Korea, 1993.2
Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2017 – present Aerodynamic Design of Hybrid Wing body Aircraft with Embedded Engines, NASA GRC, 2012.01-2017.12 Contract Aerospace Engineer, NASA Glenn Research Center (OAI, ASRC, SAIC), USA, 2010 – 2017 Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA, 2007 – 2010 Assistant Professor, Tohoku University, Japan, 2003 - 2007 Senior Researcher, Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea, 2000 – 2003 Postdoctoral Fellow, Tohoku University, Japan, 1999 - 2000
H. Kim and M.-S. Liou, “Flow simulation and optimal shape design of N3-X hybrid wing body configuration using a body force method,” to appear in Aerospace Science and Technology, 2017 T. Saitoh, H. Kim, K. Takenaka, and K. Nakahashi, “Multi-Point aerodynamic design optimization of DLR F-6 wing-body-nacelle-pylon configuration,” accepted to IJASS, 2017. H. Kim and M.-S. Liou, “Adaptive directional local search strategy for evolutionary multiobjective optimization,” Applied Soft Computing, Vol.19, June 2014, pp. 290-311. H. Kim and M.-S. Liou, “Optimal inlet shape design of N2B hybrid wing body configuration,” Aerospace Science and Technology, Vol. 30, No. 1, October 2013, pp. 128-149. H. Kim and M.-S. Liou, “New fitness sharing approach for multi-objective genetic algorithms,” J. Global Optimization, Vol.55, No.3, March 2013, pp.579-595.
Best Paper Awards, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Air Breathing Propulsion Systems Integration Technical Committee, 2014
Aerodynamic design optimization, unstructured mesh CFD, propulsion system modeling, body force method, adjoint method, propulsion-airframe integration, inlet-fan interaction, geometry parameterization, multi-objective evolutionary algorithms, memetic algorithms, level set method, multiphase fluid flow