Assistant Professor, KAIST
Presentation title: “UAV Traffic Management in South Korea: An overview of K-UTM”
Dr. Yoonjin Yoon is currently assistant professor at the faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Her research focus is applications of computational and information sciences to transportation system. Some of her work has dealt with air traffic flow management in NextGen, transportation data analytics, and Cybernatics. One of her most recent efforts involve the UAV traffic management both in the low altitude and controlled airspace. Since joining KAIST in 2011, she has been actively serving on international aviation organizations, including ICAO and ISO as national delegate. She received B.S. in Mathematics from Seoul National University, dual M.S. degrees in Computer Science, and Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University. She received her Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley.
KAIST was established in 1971 to model a research focused university and to foster elite human resources in science and technology needed by the nation. Currently, KAIST has successfully become a well-respected member of the worldwide science community.