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Professor
Professor
Jin-Gyun Kim Assistant professor
  • Dgree
  • KAIST, Ph.D
  • Major
  • Dynamics, vibration, applied mathematics
  • Interest
  • Vibration, Dynamics, CAE, Computational mechanics
  • Tel
  • +82 31 201 3692
  • Email
  • jingyun.kim@khu.ac.kr
Education
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, PH.D. School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Systems Engineering, Division of Ocean Systems Engineering Korea University, M.S. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Korea University, B.S. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Career
[Experiences] 2018/03 - present Kyung Hee University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Assistant professor 2014/06 – 2018/02 Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, The Mechanical Systems Safety Research Division, Senior researcher 01/2017 – 07/2017 Delft University of Technology (EU Partner: Prof. Angelo Simone, TU Delft), Delft, Netherlands, Visiting researcher [Organizing Conferences & Symposiums] 1. Organizer of the mini-symposium “Advances in model reduction method”, 2015 World Congress on Advances in Structural Engineering and Mechanics (ASEM2015), 2015. 2. Co-organizer of a mini-symposium “Recent advances of model reduction techniques in structural dynamics”, COMPDYN2017, Greece, 2017.
Conference
1. Member, Korean Society of Noise and Vibration Engineering (KSNVE), 2014-. 2. Member, Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers (KSME), 2015-.
Interest
1. Deterministic/stochastic M&S - Linear and nonlinear reduced-order modeling - Component mode synthesis, domain decomposition, dynamic substructuring - Flexible multibody dynamics - Fintie element analysis / CAE - Uncertainty Quantification (UQ), Stochastic finite element method 2. Multiphysics M&S - Fluid-structure interaction: vibro-acoustic, sloshing, hydroelastic - Thermo-mechanical vibration 3. Data driven M&S - Finite element model updating, modal analysis, Virtual sensing - FEM/MBD/FMBD system identification - Deep learning approaches: real-time simulation