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The purpose of this institute is to establish theoretical systems of electromagnetic waves using technology, electromagnetic wave environments and associated industries through related research and studies. The institute will also pursue the development and distribution of the studies and the generalization of related theories in order to contribute to the improvement of mankind `s welfare and the development of the country.
|학술 1 상임이사||조춘식||한국항공대학교||교수|
|학술 2 상임이사||박영철||한국외국어대학교||교수|
|사업 1 상임이사||추호성||홍익대학교||교수|
|사업 2 상임이사||이용식||연세대학교||교수|
Dear members of the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science,
In the new year of 2022, I hope that health and happiness will always be with you, and that your wishes come true. Founded in 1989, the KIEES (Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science) is celebrating its 33rd anniversary this year. KIEES currently has more than 10,000 members and 18 specialized research groups. It has issued SCIE international academic journal (JEES), Korean Journal papers (registered journals), and ‘Electromagnetic Technology journals,. It has established itself as one of the four major academic organizations in the communication technology field.
Starting with the Korea Electromagnetic Environment Technology Council, our society has created an inflection point for continuous growth through various exchanges with industries, research institutes, and government ministries. The growth and development that our society has achieved over the past 30 years have been made possible through the combined passion and efforts of all members and resources within related organizations. I also promise to do my best to develop our society and create an inflection point from which it can grow. For this year’s focus project, we will carry out the following four tasks.
First, we will run an independent international academic conference at the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science to strengthen its global status. To this end, the 1st 2022 International Symposium on Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering and Science (ISAEES 2022) will be held in Pyeongchang on February 9th~10th in parallel with the Winter Comprehensive Academic Competition. Following the entry of the 2020 JEES English Journal SCIE, the 1st ISAEES 2022 International Conference will be an important opportunity to strengthen its global status in electromagnetic academia. Through activities at the international conference, we will communicate with the world’s top experts to identify new technological changes early, induce pre-existing responses from domestic industries to become internationally competitive, increase overseas thesis contributions, and develop the JEES English Journal into SCI journals.
Second, we will further strengthen the defense and space sectors from the perspective of electromagnetic waves. Among the 18 professional research groups of our society, the Radar Research Association and the Information and Electronics Research Association are representative research groups that have contributed to the growth of the defense industry over the past 20 years. The news of the export of the Korean interceptor “Cheongung II” to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has aroused infinite pride among its members and serves a good example of a virtuous cycle of industry-academic development to create high-quality jobs in the defense industry through industrial activities. We will help further develop these defense industries through industry-academia research groups.
In addition, the space and satellite fields are areas that our society must pioneer for the survival of future generations from the perspective of electromagnetic waves. Currently, competition outside the Earth is becoming a reality from Space-X’s low-orbit communication satellite and, for example, the UAE’s successful exploration of Mars in February last year. The UAE government wanted a big change so that complacent young people could face a challenge, and it set up a Mars space exploration plan for the future and looked at Mars in connection with future economics and future challenges.
The impact of the success of Mars exploration has changed the way Emiratis think. Universities and schools began to introduce new science programs, and students majoring in international relations and management began to change their majors to science. As such, I think this change in the challenge made by the UAE, a later runner than Korea, must occur in Korean academia.
Space-X, Blue Origin, and Virgin Galactic are currently operating as low-orbit space tourism businesses, but ultimately, they are just the beginning of space travel to Mars with milestones set for human migration to Mars in the near future. The UAE has also participated in this industry, and although it is a later runner and a smaller country than Korea, it has established and established strategic roadmaps well.
Our society must actively respond to these space new technologies, and I think our society must challenge the space and satellite field from the perspective of electromagnetic waves.
In the upcoming 6G mobile communication era, the realization of a three-dimensional network that connects space Internet satellites and ground communication networks through low-orbit cluster satellites will provide Internet across the Earth from the ground to the sky. Amazon and OneWeb are participating, and Space-X, the leader, is already providing limited services, so Korea also needs to quickly respond, and the 6G low-orbit cluster satellite project is a good area for our society to contribute from an electromagnetic perspective.
To look forward to a generation and to systematically prepare for the space and satellite fields from the electromagnetic wave point of view, our society has also expanded the inherent technological power of our experts and members at international academic conferences, related research workshops, and winter & summer conferences. I am trying to broaden that horizon.
Third, it is important to cultivate undergraduate human resources, the future of the society. The “Human Resources Reinforcement Project” in 1992 and 2002 have contributed greatly to the development of undergraduate human resources, and we will continue to consult with related committees.
Currently, the radio wave human resources development is operated as a radio wave research center (RRC) to effectively promote securing original technology and fostering high-quality master’s and doctorate-level talent. The Radio Research Center, which has the advantage of long-term support and autonomous research by participating members, is very well aligned with the development of high-quality talent in universities. We will continue to discuss ways to alleviate the imbalance in the supply and demand of human resources development between regions.
To effectively cope with the strong demands for human resources in domestic radio wave communication, 6G satellite communication, defense, and space, the latest technological lectures, lectures by prominent professors and the visualized educational media sources can be shared at the Metaverse Center using metaverse technology to release restrictions on time and space. If the Metaverse Center is provided to industry-university research members, it can be an effective way that can narrow the technological gap with advanced countries and provide an edge in a short period of time. We will continue to consult with the committee to achieve these educational projects.
A fellowship system was established in 2016 for those who contributed greatly to our fourth society, and we will appoint a fellow from this year. Their experience and knowledge are a great help to societal development when interacting with the dynamic young juniors of our society. If those who contribute greatly are cut off from society after retirement age, it will be a great loss for the state, so they should continue to do so at the academic level.
We genuinely hope that members of our society will continue to show outstanding ability in education and research and grow into leaders, and that all of us will help great entrepreneurs grow together with the society.
We sincerely ask for your continued interest, participation, and cooperation for our society to grow as an internationally advanced society. The KIEES will do its best to create hope and bring new vitality in our post-COVID-19 world.
I hope you and your families will be healthy and thrive in your institution.
President of the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science, January 2022 Seong-Ook Park
|1989. 6. 27.||The association of The Korea EMC/EMI Engineers was established.|
|1989. 12. 30.||The Association of Korea EMC/EMI Engineers was approved by the MOIC(Ministry of Information and Communication).|
|1989. 12. 30.||First Chairman(Lee, Joong Kun of Hanyang University) was elected.|
|1990. 8.||First Chairman had resigned and New chairman(Yoon, Hyun Bo of Dongkook Univ.) was elected.|
|1990. 11. 30.||Began to publish the Proceeding of EMI/EMC.|
|1990. 12. 18.||The official name was changed from the Association of Korea EMC/EMI to The Korea EMI/EMC Society.|
|1991. 11. 12.||First president (Yoon, Hyun Bo of Dongkook Univ.) was elected(Term : 92.1.-93.12.31).|
|1992. 2. 21.||The Office moved to new building(Rm# 302, Dongkyo-dong, Mapo-ku Seoul).|
|1993. 12. 11.||The proceeding was registered as a publication to the Ministry of Public Information.|
|1993. 12. 11.||Second President(Yoon, Hyun Bo of Dongkook Univ.) was elected(Term : 94.1.-95.12.31).|
|1995. 6. 3.||Renamed as "The Korea Electromagnetic Engineering Society(KEES)" from the previous name "The Korea EMI/EMC Society".|
|1995. 7. 27.||Six Technical Groups were approved : Electromagnetic Environment, Spectrum Engineering, Microwave and Wave propagation, Electronic Materials and Components, Electromagnetic Wave Measurements, Electromagnetic Wave Application.|
|1995. 10. 9.||The Office Moved to the current building.|
|1996. 11. 20.||Youngnam and Honam branches were established.|
|1995. 11. 25.||Third president(Chung, Nak Sam of KRISS) was elected(term : 96.1.-97.12.31).|
|1996. 3. 29.||Technical Group of Electromagnetic Field and Biology was approved by Board of directors, and Committee of EMI/EMC Standards were named to Technical Group of EMI/EMC Standards.|
|1996. 3. 31.||Separated the Journal from Proceeding(5 publications/year).|
|1997. 1. 1.||Began to publish the Journal bimonthly and the Proceeding quarterly.|
|1997. 11. 15.||Elected the fourth president(Lee, Hyuk Jae of ETRI) (Term : 98.1.-99.12.31).|
|1997. 11. 27.||Became the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies.|
|1998. 3. 4.||Became a member of the Korean Association of Academic Societies.|
|1998. 5. 14.||Approved to represent Korea for the international joint research on the EMI/EMC directed by WHO.|
|1998. 5. 14.||Technical Group on Electronic Packaging was approved.|
|1998. 12. 16.||Technical Group on Radio Communication and Broadcasting was approved by Board of directors.|
|1999. 5. 27.||Released the "Standards for the Emission of Electromagnetic Fields to Human Body".|
|1999. 9. 30.||"Workshop on EMI/EMC technology and Exhibition" was held in honor of 10th Anniversary of KEES.|
|1999. 10. 8.||Chungcheong Branch was established.|
|1999. 11. 6.||Fifth president(Park, Dong Chul of Chungnam Univ.) was elected.(Term : 2000.1.1-2001.12.31).|
|2000. 1.||Issuing Month of the Proceedings were changed(1, 4, 7, 10), Publication of Journals were increased to 8 times per year(two special issues were included : 1[special], 2, 4, 6, 8, 9[special], 10, 12).|
|2000. 1. 21.||Technical group on EW was approved by Board of directors.|
|2001. 5.||The publication of English Journal(JKEES)(twice a year : May and Nov.) was approved by Board of Directors.|
|2001. 9. 21.||Technical group on SDR(Software Defined Radio), Optical Waves as well as Technical group on EM Education were approved by Board of Directors.|
|2001. 11. 3.||Sixth president(Kim, Dong Il of Korea Maritime Univ.) was elected(Term : 2002.1.1- 2003.12.31).|
|2002. 1.||The number of Journal publication became 12 times per year(two special issues and JKEES were included : 1[special], 2, 4, 5[JKEES], 6, 7, 8, 9[special], 10, 11[JKEES], 12).|
|2002. 4.||Technical group on Radar was approved by Board of directors.|
|2003. 1.||The publication of Korean Journal was approved by Board of Directors. The number of Journal publication became 14 times per year.(including 2 times JKEES)|
|2003. 11. 15.||Seventh president(Seung-In Yang of Soongsil Univ.) was elected(Term : 2004.1.1- 2005.12.31).|
|2004. 1.||The number of JKEES publication became 4 times per year. (3, 6, 9, 12)|
|2005. 11. 5.||Eighth president(Noh-Hoon Myung of KAIST.) was elected. (Term : 2006.1.1- 2006.12.31) Chief vice president(Sang-Won Yun of Sogang Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2006.1.1- 2006.12.31)|
|2006. 6. 8.||Technical groups merged and renamed. (Electromagnetic Environment, Electronic Materials and Components, EMI/EMC Standards were merged : EMC technology, Optical waves was renamed Thz & Optical wave technology)|
|2009. 9. 23||Conclude a MOU with IEICE-CS|
|2006. 11. 3.||Nineth president(Sang-Won Yun of Sogang Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2007.1.1- 2007.12.31) Chief vice president(Young-Ki Cho of Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.) was elected.|
|2006. 12. 20||Spectrum Policy Special Committee was approved by Board of directors.|
|2007. 7. 19||Gangwon branche was established.|
|2007. 11. 8||English name was renamed as KIEES "The Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science"|
|2007. 11. 30.||Tenth president(Young-Ki Cho of Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2008.1.1- 2008.12.31) Chief vice president(Jeong-Ki Pack of Chungnam Nat'l Univ.) was elected.|
|2007. 12. 7||Jeju branche was established.|
|2008. 1.||Began to publish the Proceeding(Electromagnetic Technology) bimonthly.|
|2008. 11. 6.||11th president(Jeong-Ki Pack of Chungnam Nat'l Univ.) was elected.(Term : 2009.1.1- 2009.12.31) Chief vice president(Hae-Young Lee of Ajou Univ.) was elected.|
|2009. 2. 5||Technical group on Electromagnetic Security was approved by Board of directors.|
|2009. 4. 10||Conclude a MOU with KORPA|
|2009. 4. 28||Conclude a MOU with KCC RRA|
|2009. 10. 15||Technical groups separated and renamed. (separated : Microwaves and Wave Propagation, Antennas and Propagation / renamed : Advanced RFID/USN Technology, Spectrum Management and Engineering, Electromagnetic Measurements Technology, Education Research for RFWave Engineering, CR/SDR, / established : Next Generation Broadcast Technology, Future Electromagnetic Technology)|
|2009. 11. 5.||12th president(Hae-Young Lee of Ajou Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2010.1.1- 2010.12.31) Chief vice president(Young-Joong Yun of Yonsei Univ.) was elected.|
|2010. 1. 21.||Technical group on Space Environment and Radio Applications was approved by Board of directors.|
|2010. 4. 22||Conclude a MOU with IEEE AESS : APSAR 2011 Co-Sponsor|
|2010. 4. 26||Conclude a MOU with KCC CRMO|
|2010. 10. 28.||13th president(Young-Joong Yun of Yonsei Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2011.1.1- 2011.12.31) Chief vice president(Ki-Chai Kim of Yeungnam Univ.) was elected.|
|2011. 11. 25.||14th president(Ki-Chai Kim of Yeungnam Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2012.1.1- 2012.12.31) Chief vice president(Jaehoon Choi of Hanyang Univ.) was elected.|
|2012. 11. 30.||15th president(Jaehoon Choi of Hanyang Univ.) was elected. (Term : 2013.1.1- 2013.12.31) Chief vice president(Taek Kyung Lee of Korea Aerospace Univ.) was elected.|
|2013. 12. 6.||16th president(Taek Kyung Lee of Korea Aerospace Univ. ) was elected. (Term : 2014.1.1- 2014.12.31) Chief vice president(Kyung Heon Koo of Incheon National Univ.) was elected.|
|Ikmo Park||Ajou University, Korea|
|You Chung Chung||Daegu University, Korea|
|Chang kun Park||Soongsil University, Korea|
|Byung-Jun Jang||Kookmin University|
|Chang Joo Kim||ETRI, Korea|
|Hyun Ho Park||Suwon University, Korea|
|Yong Heui Cho||Mokwon University, Korea|
|Sang Hong Park||Pukyong University, Korea|
|In-Sik Choi||Hannam University|
|Moon-Que Lee||The University of Seoul, Korea|
|Min Ho Ka||Yonsei University, Korea|
|Dong Gun Kam||Ajou University, Korea|
|Young-Houng Kang||Kunsan University, Korea|
|Il-Suek Koh||Inha University, Korea|
|Hyung Yun Kong||University of Ulsan, Korea|
|Jong-Hwa Kwon||ETRI, Korea|
|Kang Wook Kim||Kyungpook Nat'l University, Korea|
|Kyung-Tae Kim||POSTECH, Korea|
|Dong Wook Kim||Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea|
|Dong-Ho Kim||Sejong University|
|Byung Sung Kim||SungKyunkwan University, Korea|
|SoYoung Kim||SungKyunkwan University, Korea|
|Young Soo Kim||Kyung Hee University, Korea|
|Il kyu Kim||DTaQ, Korea|
|Jae Hee Kim||Krri, Korea|
|Jeong Geun Kim||Kwangwoon University, Korea|
|Jung Il Kim||KERI, Korea|
|Jeong Phill Kim||Chung-Ang University, Korea|
|Jong Sung Kim||Kyungsung University, Korea|
|Ji Sung Kim||Suwon Science College University, Korea|
|Jin Gook Kim||Unist University, Korea|
|Hyeong Seok Kim||Daeyeong Ubitec., Korea|
|Wan Soo Nah||SungKyunkwan University, Korea|
|Byung Wook Min||Yonsei University, Korea|
|Duk Kyu Park||Mokwon University, Korea|
|Seong Gyoon Park||Kongju Nat'l University, Korea|
|Seung Keun Park||ETRI, Korea|
|Yong Bae Park||Ajou University, Korea|
|Ji Hoon Bae||ETRI, Korea|
|Gang Il Byun||UNIST, Korea|
|Woo jin Byun||ETRI, Korea|
|Young Je Sung||Kyonggi University, Korea|
|Seong Ho Son||Soon Chun Hyang, Korea|
|Eak Hwan Song||Kwangwoon University, Korea|
|Hyunchol Shin||Kwangwoon University, Korea|
|Seung Young Ahn||KAIST, Korea|
|Seok Honn Oh||Kbsi, Korea|
|Hyuk Jun Oh||Kwangwoon University, Korea|
|Yu Hyung- Suk||Hanyang University, Korea|
|Ick Jea Yoon||Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea|
|Byungje Lee||Kwangwoon University, Korea|
|Woo Kyung Lee||Korea Aerospace University, Korea|
|Won Cheol Lee||Soongsil University, Korea|
|Il kyu Lee||Kongju Nat'l University, Korea|
|Jae Hyun Lee||Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea|
|Haeng Seon Lee||Sogang University, Korea|
|Sungjoon Lim||Chung-Ang University, Korea|
|Chang Heon Lim||Pukyong National University|
|Sang-Geun Jeon||Korea University, Korea|
|Kyung Young Jung||Hanyang University, Korea|
|Young Bae Jung||Hanbat Nat'l University, Korea|
|Eui Rim Jeong||Hanbat Nat'l University, Korea|
|hor yung jeong||Korea Aerospace Research Institute|
|Choon Sik Cho||Korea Aerospace University, Korea|
|Eun Mi Choi||UNIST, Korea|
|Hyung-Do Choi||ETRI, Korea|
|Hosung Choo||Hongik University, Korea|
|Ki Jin Han||Dongguk University, Korea|
|Han Dong Suk||Kyungpook Nat'l University, Korea|
|Seung-Yeup Hyun||Jeju Nat'l University, Korea|
|Ic-Pyo Hong||Kongju Nat'l University, Korea|
|Dong-Ho Kim||Sejong University|
|Chang Joo Kim||ETRI|
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