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Dear respected senior, junior, and colleague members,

I wish your homes will be filled with happiness in 2019, the year of the pig (己亥年)!

This year marks the 30th anniversary since the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science (KIEES) was founded in 1989. The KIEES has now reached adulthood and will be reborn as an institute that presents the vision for academic research and industrial application as the leader of the electromagnetic society. The KIEES has gone through remarkable development, both qualitatively and quantitatively, due to our seniors’ dedicated efforts over the past 30 years. The KIEES is composed of approximately 9,000 members, five branch offices, 17 specialized research groups, one special committee, and 19 standing committees. The KIEES has greatly contributed to academic and industrial development in the electromagnetic wave-related areas, as well as the relevant policy decisions. To inherit our seniors’ dedicated spirit for service and to further elevate the status of the KIEES, I have established this year’s significant business as follows:

First, we will have our English journal JEES included in the SCI.

JEES being included in the SCI is all our members’ long-cherished wish, and our Institute has been dedicated to reaching this goal for the past few years. As a result, JEES was included in the E-SCI, getting us one step closer to SCI. If we continue our hard work, I believe our long-cherished wish will be realized within this year.

Second, we will successfully hold the Winter Conference.

From February 21 to 23 of this year, the first Winter Conference will be held in High 1 Resort, Gangwondo. The Summer Conference, which is held every August, has positioned itself as one of the most prestigious conferences in Korea. We will lay the foundation for the Winter Conference to reach the same level as the Summer Conference within a few years. We will develop diverse programs to make the Summer and Winter Conferences the ideal arenas for academic and social exchanges. Furthermore, we will lay the cornerstone for our Institute’s financial independence.

Third, we will devise measures to activate our branch offices and to improve their organic ties.

The KIEES has 17 specialized research groups, one special committee, and five branch offices. Most research groups and offices hold at least one annual academic research and policy workshop. This year, I will have the KIEES actively support those research groups and branch offices with low activity levels in academic and social exchanges. I will induce every branch office and research group to actively participate in the Summer and Winter Conferences so that they can improve mutual ties.

Fourth, we will try to provide services of good quality to members.

We will reinforce the homepage content to provide all necessary information regarding electromagnetic waves and will invite more members so that our homepage becomes the center for communication. I will also make continuous efforts to enhance the environment of our executive office, which is necessary to support members’ comfortable activities and to further promote our Institute.

Fifth, we will improve our Institute’s institutions.

For the past 30 years, our Institute’s institutions have been gradually improved. We will comprehensively review the institutions and improve them to be suitable for the Institute’s present conditions and size, ensuring equal benefit for all members.

2019 President of KIEES Jeong-Hae Lee

abstract

Ground of establishment

Article 32 of the civil law, establishment and permission of non-profit corporations

Date of establishment :

December 30, 1989

Major history of the institute

June 27, 1989 The inaugural assembly of Korea Electromagnetic Technology Society
December 30, 1989 Korea Electromagnetic Technology Society (approved by the Ministry of Information and Communication)
February 2, 1990 The corporation was established (Korea Electromagnetic Technology Society)
February 19, 1991 The name was changed to Korea Electromagnetic Technology Society
July 6, 1995 The name was changed to Korea Electromagnetic Engineering Society (KEES)
January 01, 2008 The name was changed to the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science(KIEES)

Purpose of the Institute :

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.

President of the institute (representative) :

President, Bomson Lee (Kyunghee Univ., Professor, the 20th president)

Number of members :

Around 8,500 (life members 61, regular members around 4,100 plus associate members, student members, etc.)

Major business

  • Holding of academic research presentations, workshops, forums, etc.
  • Publication of papers and other publications
  • Academic and technical exchanges with related scientific organizations in foreign countries
  • Academic and technical research and studies
  • Studies on the establishment of standards and terms
  • Support of electromagnetic wave technology, countermeasures to electromagnetic wave environments and industrial technology
  • Encouragement of research and commendations for excellent contributions
  • Other business necessary to achieve the objectives of this institute.

Major publications

  • Institute journal "The Proceedings of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science" (6 issues per year)
  • Journal "The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science" (12 issues per year)
  • English journal "JKIEES (Journal of the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science)" (4 issues per year)
  • Data collections from various kinds of seminars, technical & academic workshops (at least 20 per year)

Specialized research societies under the academic committee

  • Electronic Packaging
  • Electronic Warfare
  • Spectrum Management and Engineering
  • Microwaves and Wave Propagation
  • CR/SDR
  • EMC Technology
  • Future Electromagnetic Technology
  • Next Generation Broadcast Technology
  • Electromagnetic Measurements Technology
  • EMF(Electromagnetic Field) and Biology
  • Intelligent IoT Device Technology Technical Group
  • Education Research for RF Wave Engineering
  • THz & Optical Wave Technology
  • Radar
  • Electromagnetic Security
  • Space Environment and Radio Applications
  • Antennas and Propagation
  • Spectrum Policy Committee

Present state of branches

  • Yeongnam branch : Prof. Jung-Han Yoon, branch chief (051-999-5875)
  • Honam branch : Prof. Byung-Rok Cho, branch chief (061-750-3573)
  • Chungcheong branch: Prof. Keun Kwan Ryu, branch chief (042-821-1139)
  • Gangwon branch: Prof. HeeYong Hwang, branch chief (033-250-6297)
  • Jeju branch: Prof. Heung-Soo Kim, branch chief (064-754-3634)
history
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.
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학회 임원

구분 성명 소속 직위
회장 이정해 홍익대학교 교수
수석부회장 민경식 한국해양대학교 교수
부회장 강진섭 한국표준과학연구원 책연
부회장 박성욱 한국과학기술원 교수
부회장 김신겸 한국방송통신전파진흥원 실장
부회장 방승찬 한국전자통신연구원 소장
부회장 박송철 LG U+ NW개발그룹장 
부회장 강동석 LIG 넥스원 본부장
부회장 장주수 모아소프트 대표이사
총무상임이사 이문규 서울시립대학교 교수
집행이사 황금철 성균관대학교 교수
이사 오순수 조선대학교 교수
기획상임이사 이재욱 한국항공대학교 교수
집행이사 안승영 KAIST 교수
이사 권종화 한국전자통신연구원 책연
학술 1 상임이사 조춘식 한국항공대학교 교수
집행이사 최은미 UNIST 교수
이사 김흥수 제주대학교 교수
이사 한기진 동국대학교 교수
학술 2 상임이사 박영철 한국외국어대학교 교수
집행이사 홍익표 공주대학교 교수
이사 정재영 서울과학기술대학교 교수
이사 황희용 강원대학교 교수
재무상임이사 이행선 서강대학교 교수
집행이사 임성준 중앙대학교 교수
이사 윤중한 신라대학교 교수
사업 1 상임이사 추호성 홍익대학교 교수
집행이사 가민호 연세대학교 교수
이사 유형석 한양대학교 교수
이사 변우진 한국전자통신연구원 책연
사업 2 상임이사 이용식 연세대학교 교수
집행이사 이원철 숭실대학교 교수
이사 박성원 국립전파연구원 연구관
이사 최인식 한남대학교 교수
학회지상임이사 최형도 한국전자통신연구원 책연
집행이사 김동호 세종대학교 교수
이사 이일규 공주대학교 교수
이사 이영철 목포해양대학교 교수
국문지상임이사 장병준 국민대학교 교수
집행이사 오정석 서울대학교 교수
이사 고일석 인하대학교 교수
이사 민병욱 연세대학교 교수
영문지상임이사 구현철 건국대학교 교수
집행이사 전상근 고려대학교 교수
이사 김강욱 광주과학기술원 교수
이사 홍원빈 포항공과대학교 교수
산학상임이사 박용배 아주대학교 교수
집행이사 김형석 대영유비텍 부사장
이사 신재곤 자동차안전연구원 실장
이사 윤희성 성원포밍 대표이사
회원개발상임이사 정경영 한양대학교 교수
집행이사 유종원 한국과학기술원 교수
이사 정진호 서강대학교 교수
국제상임이사 이재성 고려대학교 교수
집행이사 서문교 성균관대학교 교수
이사 신현철 광운대학교 교수
이사 정유정 대구대학교 교수
홍보상임이사 육종관 연세대학교 교수
집행이사 윤익재 충남대학교 교수 
이사 박영진 한국전기연구원 책연

학회 감사

구분 성명 소속 직위
감사 김윤명 EMF SAFETY  대표
감사 김정환 한국표준과학연구원 책연

학회 명예회장

구분 성명 소속 직위
명예회장 윤현보 동국대학교 명예교수
명예회장 정낙삼 표준과학연구원 연구위원
명예회장 이혁재 KAIST 교수
명예회장 박동철 충남대학교 교수
명예회장 김동일 한국해양대학교 교수
명예회장 양승인 숭실대학교 교수
명예회장 명로훈 KAIST 교수
명예회장 윤상원 서강대학교 교수
명예회장 조영기 경북대학교 교수
명예회장 백정기 충남대학교 교수
명예회장 이해영 아주대학교 교수
명예회장 윤영중 연세대학교 교수
명예회장 김기채 영남대학교 교수
명예회장 최재훈 한양대학교 교수
명예회장 이택경 한국항공대학교 교수
명예회장 구경헌 인천대학교 교수
명예회장 남상욱 서울대학교 교수
명예회장 서철헌 숭실대학교 교수
명예회장 이범선 경희대학교 교수

학회 협동부회장

구분 성명 소속 직위
협동부회장 강광용 블루웨이브텔 연구소장
협동부회장 김 남 충북대학교 교수
협동부회장 김덕용 KMW 회장
협동부회장 김영수 경희대학교 교수
협동부회장 김정곤 웨이비스 대표이사
협동부회장 김지찬 LIG넥스원  사장
협동부회장 김창주 한국전자통신연구원 책연
협동부회장 나완수 성균관대학교 교수
협동부회장 박익모 아주대학교 교수
협동부회장 박준선 이레테크 사장
협동부회장 박진효 SKT 전무
협동부회장 석제범 IITP 센터장
협동부회장 손태호 순천향대학교 교수
협동부회장 송영배 담스테크 대표
협동부회장 유현길 안리쓰 사장
협동부회장 이범석 국방과학연구소 본부장
협동부회장 이용욱 한화시스템 본부장
협동부회장 전홍범 KT 인프라연구소 원장
협동부회장 정수진 예스이엠피연구소 사장
협동부회장 조근환 대영유비텍 회장
협동부회장 조학래 이너트론 대표이사
협동부회장 채종석 한국전자통신연구원 연구위원
협동부회장 최종호 로데슈바르즈코리아 전무
협동부회장 최진혁 한화시스템 전무
협동부회장 한석태 한국천문연구원 책연
협동부회장 허봉재 HCT  부사장

학회 협동이사

구분 성명 소속 직위
협동이사 강영흥 군산대학교 교수
협동이사 곽영길 레이다인스티튜드 교수
협동이사 김강욱 경북대학교 교수
협동이사 김구년 한국전파진흥협회 본부장
협동이사 김규현 한국방송통신전파진흥원 팀장
협동이사 김동진 현대자동차 수석연구원
협동이사 김동희 키사이트테크놀로지스 전무
협동이사 김병성 성균관대학교 교수
협동이사 김상기 감마누 사장
협동이사 김상길 부산대학교 교수
협동이사 김소영 성균관대학교 교수
협동이사 김용진 인하공업전문대학 교수
협동이사 김일규 국방기술품질원 선임
협동이사 김정일 한국전기연구원 선임
협동이사 김준오 유컴테크놀러지 사장
협동이사 김진양 에이스테크놀로지 CTO(상무)
협동이사 김철수 이엠시스 대표이사
협동이사 김형주 한화시스템 상무
협동이사 김호동 유텔 대표
협동이사 나형기  LIG 넥스원 수석
협동이사 박공만 위스텍 대표
협동이사 박규호 전자부품연구원 책연
협동이사 박덕규 목원대학교 교수
협동이사 박상홍 부경대학교 교수
협동이사 박원광 국민대학교 교수
협동이사 박준석 국민대학교 교수
협동이사 박찬구 위월드 대표이사
협동이사 박창근 숭실대학교 교수
협동이사 박현호 수원대학교 교수
협동이사 배석희 국립전파연구원 연구관
협동이사 변강일 울산과학기술원 교수
협동이사 변영재 울산과학기술원 교수
협동이사 성원모 EMW 부사장
협동이사 송호진 포항공과대학교 교수
협동이사 심동하 서울과학기술대학교 교수
협동이사 안 달 순천향대학교 교수
협동이사 안영환 아주대학교 교수
협동이사 안준오 미래전파공학연구소 대표이사
협동이사 양성철 LIG 넥스원 상무
협동이사 양영구 성균관대학교 교수
협동이사 양운근 인천대학교 교수
협동이사 양준규 국립전파연구원 연구사
협동이사 오이석 홍익대학교 교수
협동이사 왕성호 네미시스 사장
협동이사 우종명 충남대학교 교수
협동이사 유흥렬 KT 부장
협동이사 윤재훈 한국전자통신연구원 책연
협동이사 이강윤 성균관대학교 교수
협동이사 이동훈 경희대학교 교수
협동이사 이병남 국방과학연구소 단장
협동이사 이붕희 대한실드엔지니어링 대표
협동이사 이상헌 LG U+ 담당
협동이사 이왕상 경상대학교 교수
협동이사 이용구 위드웨이브 대표이사
협동이사 이우경 한국항공대학교 교수
협동이사 이재곤 경남대학교 교수
협동이사 이재현 충남대학교 교수
협동이사 이정원 한국천문연구원 선임
협동이사 이태원 한국퀄컴 대표
협동이사 임재우 국립전파연구원 연구사
협동이사 장태헌 KTL  센터장
협동이사 전계익 RF 코어 사장
협동이사 정강식 한국전력 부장
협동이사 정기범 이엔알텍 대표이사
협동이사 정연춘 서경대학교 교수
협동이사 정용식 광운대학교 교수
협동이사 정용채 전북대학교 교수
협동이사 정찬형 한국전파진흥협회 연구위원
협동이사 조병록 순천대학교 교수
협동이사 조삼열 RFHIC 회장
협동이사 조용희 목원대학교 교수
협동이사 차호영 홍익대학교 교수
협동이사 최재현 국방과학연구소 박사
협동이사 최주평 숭실대학교 교수
협동이사 최홍기 감마누 기술이사
협동이사 표철식 한국전자통신연구원 그룹장
협동이사 현승엽 제주대학교 교수
organization
electronic
Electronic Warfare
1. Introduction
Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Research Institute performs R&D on military & civilian intelligence, electronic warfare(EW) equipment and technologies on a short-term basis and focuses on intelligence warfare (IW) technologies on a long-term basis. Technologies developed by our institute are much utilized by the military, and for such reason our institute consists of experts from universities, related research centers, industry, and the military. Our institute, a unity of research by laboratories, development by industrial entities, and applied technology by the military, search for new technologies that can contribute to national development and peace of mankind. Detailed researches performed by our institute are as listed below.

Major Research Areas
  - Analysis and research on development trend of EW
  - R&D on equipment, modules, and parts in the areas of electronic intelligence (ELINT), communication intelligence
    (COMINT), and electronic support measures (ESM, electronic warfare support (ES))
  - R&D on equipment, modules, and parts in the area of electronic counter measures (ECM, electronic attack (EA))
  - Research on intelligence (signals intelligence (SIGINT), human intelligence (HUMINT), and measurement and
    signature intelligence (MASINT)).
2. Greetings
Our institute will make best efforts to contribute to the development of our members, our institute, and our nation by researching intelligence and electronic warfare technologies. We endeavor to provide a venue for university, research, industrial, and military experts to gather and actively make discussions.

Chairman: Lim, Joong Soo
3. History
2000.1.21 The Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Research Institute was established
2000~ Hosted EW Workshop during September every year
2006.8 Published Radar Engineering and Application to Electronic Warfare (Park Dong-chul and five others)
2007~2009 Gave Short-term lectures on electronic warfare
2010 Hosted International EW workshop with ADD
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Lim, Joong Soo Baekseok Univ.
Manager Kim, Dong-Wook Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
Member Park, Dong Chul Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Myung, Noh Hoon KAIST
  Cho, Yong Heui Mokwon Univ.
  Kim, Yoonsuk KOREA AIR FORCE ACADEMY
  KOREA AIR FORCE ACADEMY Seoul Nat'l Univ.
  Lee, Hongkyu Korea University of Technology and Education
  Rhee, Ill Keun Hannam Univ.
  Choi, Chang Min MRS
  Lee, Kwang-Il ADD
  Kang, Hee Chang STC
  Yoon, Kicheon STC
  Jang, Kwanghee LIG Nex1
  Kim, Ho Dong U-TEL
space
Space Environment and Radio Applications
1. Introduction
1) Regarding space-earth communications and broadcasting, research on drastic increases in electromagnetic waves in the space weather and exchanges of relevant technological information

2) Research on effective and efficient utilization of frequencies for space communications based on the space weather and exchanges of relevant technological information

3) Research on characteristics of radio propagation aimed at minimizing space radio interference in space communications services such as satellite navigation services, and exchanges of relevant technological information

4) Research on space radio effect for national disaster management system, strengthening of the system's efficiency, and exchanges of relevant technological information

5) Research on enhancement of measures to utilize satellite communications and broadcasting system such as economically feasible designing of the system using long-term space weather, and exchanges of relevant technologies

2. Greetings
We hope you will show a lot of interest in our institute.
Thank you very much.
3. History
2010. 1 The Space Radio Research Institute was established.
4. Organizational Structure
Chairman: Kwag, Young-Kil (Korea Aerospace Univ.)
Vice Chairman: Bae, Seok-Hee (RRA)
antennas
Antennas and Propagation
1. Introduction
The Antennas and Radio Propagation Research Institute was newly organized in 2010 by spinning off from the existing Microwave and Radio Research Institute in order to research new antenna technologies required in the rapidly growing wireless communications service and radio wave application environment, and to provide information on recent market and technological trends to university, research, industrial, and military experts on radio propagation, and to activate their joint researches. Our institute takes charge of the areas of antennas, numerical analyses, radio propagation, and wireless channel modeling.
Major Activities
- Research on antenna techniques (design, analysis, and measurement) and exchanges of relevant technological nbsp;information
- Research on electromagnetic waves and radio propagation and exchanges of relevant technological information
- Research on electromagnetic theories and numerical analyses and exchanges of relevant technological information
- Relevant standardization activities and research for enactment of technological standards
- Hosting of regular exchange meetings for international experts on the field of antennas
- Enhancing the position of domestic experts on the area of antennas and radio propagation in international conferences and symposiums
2. Greetings
The convergence trend of radio application technologies among diverse areas such as broadcasting, transportation (vehicles, ships, and airplanes), medicine, and clothing, together with the rapid development of mobile communications technology, is demanding new antenna technologies. In response, the Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering & Science (KIEES) newly established the Antennas and Radio Propagation Research Institute in order to swiftly provide academic, industrial, and research institutions with information about relevant technologies that change and induce joint research among experts from related organizations, thereby playing the role of a hub for development of domestic antenna technologies. In addition, our institute expects to cultivate young, excellent research developers and experts and activate their mutual exchanges by hosting a variety of events such as workshops, international technology exchange conferences, and technology exchange conferences among the industrial, academic, and research worlds. Our institute promises to make best efforts to open a venue for technological exchanges as well as providing diverse information about relevant fields.

Chairman Min, Kyeong-Sik
3. History
2010.1.1 The Antennas and Radio Propagation Research Institute was established.
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Min, Kyeong-Sik Korea Maritime Univ.
Vice Chairman Kang, Jin Seob KRISS
Manager Yeo, Junho Daegu Univ.
  Jung , Changwon Seoul Nat'l Univ. of Science and Technology
  Jung, Kyung-Young Hanyang Univ
Member Kahng, Sungtek University of Incheon
  Kang, Young-Heung Kunsan Nat’l Univ.
  Ko Ji-Whan Kumoh Nat’l Institute Technology
  Kim, Kangwook GIST
  Kim, Ki-Chai Yeungnam Univ.
  Kim, Kyung-Tae Yeungnam Univ.
  Kim, Min-Jun Dong-Eui Univ.
  Kim, Yongjin Inha Technical College
  Kim, Jeong Phill Chung-Ang Univ.
  Kim, Hyeong-Dong Hanyang Univ.
  Kim, Hyeong-Seok Chung-Ang Univ.
  Nam, Sangwook Seoul Nat'l Univ.
  Myung, Noh Hoon KAIST
  Park, Dong-Kuk Korea Maritime Univ.
  Park, Seong Ook KAIST
  Park, Ikmo Ajou Univ.
  Park, Yong Bae Ajou Univ.
  Park, Jong Kweon Hanbat Nat’l Univ.
  Seo, Chul Hun Soongsil Univ.
  Son, Taeho Soonchunhyang Univ.
  Eom, Hyo Joon KAIST
  Woo, Jong Myung Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Yook, Jong-Gwan Yonsei Univ.
  Yoon, Young Korea Maritime Univ.
  Yoon, Young Joong Yonsei Univ.
  Yun, Tae-Yeoul Hanyang Univ.
  Lee, Moon-Que Univ. of Seoul
  Lee, Bomson Kyung Hee Univ.
  Lee, Young Soon Kumoh Nat’l Institute Technology
  Lee, Yongshik Yonsei Univ.
  Lee, Sangil Mokpo Nat’l Univ.
  Rieh, Jae-Sung Korea Univ.
  Lee, Jae Wook Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Lee, Jeong-Hai Hongik Univ.
  Lee, Jong-Wook Kyung Hee Univ.
  Lee, Jong-Ig Dongseo Univ.
  Lee, Chang-Seok Hanbat Nat’l Univ.
  Lee, Taek Kyung Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Lee, Hyeonjin Dongkang College Univ.
  Lee, Hong-Min Kyonggi Univ.
  Lim, Sungjoon Chung-Ang Univ.
  Lim, Yeongseog Chonnam Nat’l Univ.
  Jang, Byung-Jun Kookmin Univ.
  Cho, Young-Ki Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.
  Cho, Choon Sik Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Choi, Jaehoon Hanyang Univ.
  Choo, Hosung Hongik Univ.
  Han, Sang-Min Soonchunhyang Univ.
  Hwang, Keum Cheol Dongguk Univ.
  Kim, Ki-Heung Samsung Electro Mechanics
  Kim, Sanggi Gamma Nu
  Kim, Soohong LIG Nex1
  Kim, Yonghwan Samsung Thales
  Kim, Jin-Myung Mobiteq
  Kim, Jeongpyo EMW
  Na, Hyung-Gi LIG Nex1
  Do, Jung-Soo LIG Nex1
  Park, Se-Hyun Samsung Electronics
  Bae, Ki-Hyoung Samsung Thales
  Bae, Jung-Kee Samsung Thales
  Byun, Joonho Samsung Electronics
  Seo, Dong-Kyu LG Electronics
  Seong, Won Mo EMW
  Oh, Jungkeun Mobiteq
  Youm, Bo-Sun M&M Lynx
  Lee, Seung-Jae HCT
  Lee, Dong Jin High Gain Antenna
  Lee, Seungho High Gain Antenna
  Lee, Yonggoo Gigalane
  Lee, Jaeho Samsung Electronics
  Lim, Byung-Jun

Partron

  Jung, Su-Jin

Yes, Inc.

  Jung, Jin-Woo HCT
  Jo, Youngmin Sky Cross Korea
  Choi, Hong-Ki Gamma Nu
  Tae, Hyun-Sik Samsung Thales
  Kim, Dong-Seok MTG
  Han, Man-Kyung MTG
  Lee, Yong Hee Acetechnology
  Kwon, Bom High Gain Antenna
  Park, Chan-Goo Wiworld
  Park, Jin Young Goodtel
  Lee, Su-Won LIG Nex1
  Kim, Jeong-Hwan KRISS
  Lim Seong-Bin KARI
  Lee, Eung-Joo ADD
  Lee, Ho-Jun KETI
  Chae, Yoon-Kyoung RFID/USN Center
  Kim, Se-Yun KIST
  Kim, Woo Su KEIT
  Kim, Jong Kyu KETI
  Park, Youngjin KERI
  Park, Yun-Hyun KCC
  So, Joon Ho ADD
  Oh, Soon-Soo ETRI
  Jeon, Soon Ik ETRI
  Jeong Jun-Soo RFID/USN Center
  Choi, Jae Ick ETRI
  Choi, Hyung-Do ETRI
  Han, Seog Tae KASI
5. Technical Meeting Schedule in 2011
Topic Date Venue
1st Domestic Technical Meeting March 31 KRISS, Daejeon
Antenna Technology Workshop 2011 April 22 Seoul Education & Culture Center, Seoul
2nd Domestic Technical Meeting June 17 ADD Haemi
Workshop on Computational Electromagnetics August 11 Hanyang University, Seoul
3rd Domestic Technical Meeting September LIG NEX1, Gumi
4th Domestic Technical Meeting December KIEES, Seoul
Korea-Japan AP Technical Meeting January 9-10, 2012 Okinawa, Japan
spectrum
Spectrum Policy Committee
1. Introduction
The Spectrum Policy Committee is a standing committee which was established to study policies and emerging technologies for the radio, communication, and broadcasting areas. Its roles include contributing to the government's swift policy-making in accordance with diverse radio environmental changes including broadcasting-communication convergence, technologically supporting the government with efficient spectrum policies for new radio environment, and suggesting the roadmap of national technology development. Our committee is made up of two organizations. The Spectrum Policy Committee consists of experts on radio, communications, broadcasting, economy, and law-institution from academic and industrial areas, research institutions, and government, and the Technical Committee is under the Spectrum Policy Committee. The Spectrum Policy Committee decides major issues and directions regarding spectrum policies, and the Technical Committee performs detailed research on specific fields and collaborates with the Spectrum Research Group.

Major Research Areas
  - Research on developmental direction of radio technologies and their social, cultural, and economic effects
  - Research on new paradigm of radio policy due to radio environmental changes and new technologies.
  - Investigation and analysis of the environment coming with the realization of u-Society
2. Greetings
Hello?
Our committee is making the best efforts to study radio-related policies including various measures to foster new technology industries in the radio broadcasting area and to strengthen their competitiveness. It would be highly appreciated if you show a lot of interest in our committee. Thank you very much.
3. History
2006.12.5 A kick-off discussion for this committee was made between the Ministry of Communication and Information and the KIEES.
2006.12.20 The Special/Technical Committee for Radio Policies was established.
(The KIEES's Board of Directors set up the committee as a standing one under its umbrella)
4. Organizational Structure
Special Committee
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Yoon, Hyun-Bo Dongguk Univ.
Member Oh, Namsuk KCC
  Park, Yunhyeon CRMO
  Leem, Chasik RRA
  Yoon, Young Joong Yonsei Univ./KIEES
  Yoo, Jaehong KORPA
  Chung, Soon-Kyung RAPA
  Lee, Hojin ETRI
  Yun, Sangwon Sogang Univ./KORPA
  Lee, Hyuck Jae KAIST
  Pack, Jeong-Ki Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Seo, Bo-Hyun KISDI
  Kwon, Soonyeop SKT
  Lee, Sang Hong KT
  Park, Jun Ho Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
  Yeon, Chol Heum LGT
  Kim, Ki-Chai Yeungnam Univ.
General Manager Lee, Bom Son Kyung Hee Univ.
Working Manager Lee, Yun-Ho KCC
  Choi, Hyung-Do ETRI
radar
Radar
1. Introduction
Radar is an object-detection system which uses electromagnetic waves to determine the range, altitude, direction, or speed of both moving and fixed objects such as aircraft, ships, spacecraft, guided missiles, motor vehicles, weather formations, and terrain. Practical radar was developed in secrecy during World War II by Britain and other nations. The term RADAR was coined in 1940 by the U.S. Navy as an acronym for RAdio Detection And Ranging.

With recent rapid development of electromagnetic and signal processing technologies, now the applications of radar is being expanded to the areas of transportation, civilian industry, SAR imaging for homeland security, and other science and technology as well as defense and space. In step with such a trend, the Radar Society was established in 2002 under the KIEES to promote the research activity and corporation of researchers in universities, research institutes, government sectors, and companies. It provides education programs for domestic engineers, and hosts domestic Radar conference on the Radar technology every year.

Through the education program and conference on radar technologies, the Radar Society has made efforts to provide opportunities for exchanging information among the industrial, academic, research, government, and military worlds, resulting in a step forward to enhancing domestic radar core technologies. In the future, the Radar Society will activate higher-level education, workshop, international conference by inviting internationally renowned figures, thereby enhancing the international competitiveness. The Society will also explore new application areas of radar and at the same time provide long-term visions through research on platform technology.


Major Activities and Goals
  • Exchange of the relevant technological information among the industrial, academic, research, government, and military worlds via seminars, workshops, and conferences
  • Exploration to examine the current status of domestic radar operations, investigation and analysis of relevant technologies, and provision of advice on relevant technologies
  • Technological exchanges with international radar experts and driving forward international academic activities
  • Promotion of joint research activities related to domestic radar industry

Major Research Areas
  • Radar System Design and Technologies
  • Antenna, Transceiver, TR Modules, Signal Processing, SW operations
  • Radar Signals, ECCM Techniques, Radar Environment, Emerging Technologies
  • Dual-Use/Civil Applications
  • SAR (SAR Sensors, SAR Signal Processing, SAR Image Evaluation)
  • Automobile Collision Avoidance Sensor
  • Radar imaging for Bio and Homeland security
2. Greetings
Radar Society was established in 2002 by a group, led by Professor KWAK Young-Kil, composed of figures interested in radar from the industrial, academic, research, government, and military worlds, in order to invigorate domestic radar research activity and to encourage the exchange of information between researchers related with radar. When setting up our Society, we decided as basic operation strategies to activate the radar industry, procure high-quality human resources related to the radar field, and enhance the awareness of the importance of the radar industry for national security. To achieve the goal, our Society annually gives short courses to industrial researchers and graduates and hosts workshops to promote mutual understanding among the industrial, academic, research, and government worlds. In 2010, we succeeded in bidding for the Asia-Pacific Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (APSAR 2011), thereby including the research area on synthetic aperture radar (SAR) within its scope of our activities and expanding its arena. Comparing human resources in the radar industry in its early stage with those at the current time shows that there has been a lot of advance thus far, and both qualitative and quantitative development is expected in the future. We expect that radars/SARs developed by our own technologies will be deployed across the world as well as on the Korean Peninsula, thereby Korea becoming a radar superpower observing the planet and the universe. Let’s make efforts to realize this dream. Thank you very much.

Chairman: Sangwook Nam
3. History
2002.4.26 The Radar Research Institute was established.
Chairman:
  • First chairman: Professor Young-Kil Kwag (2002~2008)
  • Second chairman: Professor Sangwook Nam (2009~present)
Activities
  • Annual hosting of short-term lectures and workshops on radar, academic conferences on radar, visiting radar companies, and holding meetings for research and information exchange
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Sangwook Nam Seoul Nat'l Univ.
Academic figures Yun Myoung, Gimm Dankook Univ.
  Young Soo Kim POSTECH
  Yisok Oh Hongik Univ.
  Young-Kil Kwag Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Taek Kyung Lee Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Hyeong Dong Kim Hanyang Univ.
  Chul Hun Seo Soongsil Univ.
  Joohwan Chun KAIST
  Min-Ho Ka Yonsei Univ.
  Jeong Phill Kim Chung-Ang Univ.
  Kang Wook Kim GIST
  Woo Kyung Lee Korea Aerospace Univ.
Research figures Beom-Seok Lee ADD
  Jae Ryong Yoon ADD
Industrial figures Seung Wan Byun Samsung Thales
  Yonghwan Kim Samsung Thales
  Seung Hun Baik LIG Nex1
  Soohong Kim LIG Nex1
  Hyung-Gi Na LIG Nex1
  Seungho Lee High Gain Antenna
thz
THz & Optical Wave Technology
1. Introduction
The Terahertz and Optical Wave Research Institute intends to make swift and effective response in establishing future service strategies and performing R&D on ten future services by the government (Korea Communications Commission (KCC)) pushing for realization of a radar superpower and also contribute to improving national public interests through radar. Furthermore, our institute attempts to actively participate in technological support and development of new systems for efficient frequency policies in accordance with new radio environment and at the same time actively contribute to the radio and satellite field. Our institute, which consists of industrial, academic, and research experts on electromagnetic-optical waves, communications, imaging, and sensing areas, intends to expand the basis for our research and nurture human resources by hosting workshops on expertise related to terahertz(THz)-optical waves, operating technology exchange conferences mutually conducive to members, and inducing mutual contribution in members' deriving research projects.

Major Research Areas
  • Support in obtaining terahertz pulse wave technologies which can contribute to broadcasting-communication and spectroscopy-sensing(imaging) convergence
  • Support in obtaining terahertz continuous wave technologies which can contribute to broadcasting-communication and spectroscopp-sensing(imaging) convergence
  • Support in obtaining medical imaging, biology, security, surveillance, and industial inspection technologies based on terahertz technology conducive to Korea's realization of a radio superpower
  • Enhancement of technological, industrial, and market competitive capability and expansion of terahertz-optical wave technologies
2. Greetings
The terahertz range is an undeveloped gap between infrared and millimeter waves(0.1~10 THz). Our institute deals with scientific technologies related with terahertz waves whose development and utilization are belated as compared to other electromagnetic ranges but which can greatly contribute to cutting-edge and convergence technologies with excellent functions that cannot be garnered by existing electromagnetic waves in the areas of communication, sensing (bioengineering/medicine), spectroscopy/imaging, security, environment/space/astronomy etc.

Chairman Kang, Kwang-Yong (ETRI)
3. History
2007.1.3 The Terahertz and Optical Wave Research Institute was established (chairman: Professor Park, Ikmo of Ajou University)
2010.5.23 The Terahertz and Optical Wave Research Institute was reestablished for its activation (chairman: Terahertz Research Team Chief Kang, Kwang-Yong of Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI))
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kang, Kwang-Yong ETRI
Vice Chairman Park, Ikmo Ajou Univ.
Manager Kim, Sungil ETRI
  Yun, Sang Won Sogang Univ.
  Cho, Young-Ki Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.
  Lee, Hai-Young Ajou Univ.
  Kim, Nam Chungbuk Nat'l Univ.
  Han, Haewook POSTECH
  Park, Gun-Sik Seoul Nat'l Univ.
  Jeon, Tae-In Korea Maritime Univ.
  Ahn, Jae Wook KAIST
  Yu, Jae Su Kyung Hee Univ.
  Cho, Kyu Man Sogang Univ.
  Park, Hyun Cheol KAIST
  Park, Duk-Kyu Mokwon Univ.
  Rieh, Jae-Sung Korea Univ.
  Kim ,Yong Hwan Samsung Thales
  Jung, Min Kyoo Samsung Thales
  Kim, Soo-Hong LIG Nex1
  Kim, Wan Sik LIG Nex1
  Choi, C. K. Telwave, INC
  Han, Seog Tae KASI
  Kang, Jin Seob KRISS
  Kang, Tae-Gyu ETRI
  Hong, Suk Min ADD
  Kee, Chul-Sik APRI
  Jeong, Young Uk KAERI
  Choi, Won Jun KIST
  Kwom, Il bum KRISS
  Kim, Jung-Il KERI
  Paek, Mun Cheol K-MAC
  Kwak, Min Hwan ETRI
  Lee, Sang Mi KCA
educational
Educational Research for RF Engineering
1. Introduction
The RF Educational Research Committee aims to obtain human resources for the RF engineering field, covers the basis for the field, and boosts the expertise by providing professional and practical education to beginners and staff in charge in accordance with the growth of RF engineering industry and emergence of diverse technologies using electromagnetic waves.

* Major Research Areas
  - Provision of short-tem lectures on basic knowledge and practice in the RF engineering including electromagnetics
  - Investigation and research on human resource demand and supply in the RF engineering field
  - Publishing of white papers on human resources in the RF engineering field
  - Events and promotions to construct the environment for providing education on RF engineering subjects
2. Greetings
With the advent of the digital convergence era, convergences among all the industries as well as fixed-mobile and broadcasting-communication convergences are rapidly taking place. One of the bases for these convergences is RF engineering infrastructure which enables mobility and ubiquity. Therefore, in order for us to lead a future convergence era, obtaining professional human resources in the RF engineering area, enhancement of the public's understanding of the field and expansion of the basis for the area are required. In addition, youths' evasion of science and engineering as their major is serious enough to have become a national problem, and decrease in human resources due to difficulty in scientific approach to RF engineering is in a dismal situation. Accordingly, this committee intends to promote the public's interest in RF engineering through a variety of educational and research activities and increase human resources with good quality for input into businesses, thereby contributing to national development. We expect active participation of those who have interest and a sense of purpose.
3. History
2001. 6.1 The Electromagnetic Educational Research Committe was established
2007.7~11 Performed research on "Trend of domestic and overseas RF engineering industries and projection of domestic human resources demand and supply"
2007.8 Hosted a workshop on radio frequency power amplifiers
2008.8~11 Performed research on "Trend of domestic and overseas RF engineering industries and projection of domestic human resources demand and supply"
2008.2 Hosted a workshop on radio engineering for engineers
2008~2009 Developed radio-related educational materials for junior high and high school students
2009.2 Hosted a workshop (short-term lectures) on radio frequency circuit technology
2009.8 Hosted the 2nd workshop on radio frequency power amplifiers
2010.2 Hosted annual workshop (short-term lectures) on radio frequency circuit technology
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kim, Ihn Seok Kyung Hee Univ.
Member Park, Youngcheol Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  Lee, Jae Wook Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Ku, Hyunchul Konkuk Univ.
  Park, Yong Bae Ajou Univ.
  Lee, Haeng-seon Sogang Univ.
  Jung, Seung Won KCC
  Jung , Kyung Young HanYang Univ.
Manager Ahn, Jun-oh Institute for Future Radio Engineering
advanced
Advanced RFID/USN Technology
1. Introduction
The Next Generation RFID & USN Research Institute contributes to national industrial technology development through researches on radio frequency identification (RFID) and Ubiquitous Sensor Network (USN). Hope that you will have a lot of interest in our institute.
2. Greetings
Hello?
Hope that you will have a lot of interest in our institute.
Thank you very much.
3. History
2010.1 Renamed as the Next Generation RFID&USN Research Institute
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation E-mail
Chairman Pyo, Cheol Sik ETRI cspyo@etri.re.kr
  Kim, Hyung Seok Sejong Univ. hyungkim@sejong.ac.kr
  Yoon, Chong Ho Korea Aerospace Univ. yoonch@kau.ac.kr
  Joe, In Whee Hanyang Univ. iwjoe@hanyang.ac.kr
  Cho, Sung Rae Chungang Univ. srcho@cau.ac.kr
  Cho, Hyeon Joong Korea Univ. raycho@korea.ac.kr
  Shin, Chang Sun Sunchon Nat'l Univ. csshin@sunchon.ac.kr
  Song, Hyoung Kyu Sejong Univ. songhk@sejong.ac.kr
  Kim, Do Hyeun Jeju Nat'l Univ. kimdh@jejunu.ac.kr
  Chung Jong Moon Yonsei Univ. jmc@yonsei.ac.kr
  Kim, Ho Won Pusan Nat'l Univ. howonkim@pusan.ac.kr
  Yang, Hoon Gee Kwangwoon Univ. hgyang@kw.ac.kr
  Chang, Kyung Hi Inha Univ. khchang@inha.ac.kr
  Yu, Jong Won KAIST drjwyu@ee.kaist.ac.kr
  Lee, Moon Que University of Seoul mqlee@uos.ac.kr
  Kim, Kwang Hoon Kyonggi Univ. kwang@kgu.ac.kr
  Kim, Nam Gi Kyonggi Univ. ngkim@kyonggi.ac.kr
  Son, Hae Won Chonbuk Nat'l Univ. hwson@chonbuk.ac.kr
  Lee, Jong Oh SH I&C jolee@uisn.co.kr
  Kim, Gab Young HUTECH21 umv1026@hutech21.com
  Kim, Jin Cheol KEPCO KDN kjc@kdn.com
  Kim, Ji Tae NDS jtk82@nongshim.co.kr
  Jung, Heung Sang EMW hsjung@emw.co.kr
  Han, Jae Jong HanmiIT jayjay_han@hanmi.co.kr
  Jo, Won Sang Victek wsjo@victek.co.kr
  Han, Jin Hee TelAce hjh@telace.co.kr
  Kim, Jong Bae Lsis jongbaek@lsis.biz
  Lee, Doo Won LGHitachi, Inc. aniel.lee@lghitachi.co.kr
  Jo, Jang Won KIC Systems jwcho@kicsystems.com
  Kim, Sun Young Weaver Bridge sykim@weaverbridge.co.kr
  Kim, Chan Woo KGCRI cwkim6277@hanmail.net
  Kim, Sung Ho KEIT shkim@keit.re.kr
  Oh, Yoon Seuk KICT ysoh@kict.re.kr
  Kim, Byeong Sam KFRI bskim@kfri.re.kr
  Lee, Hyung Su KETI hslee@keti.re.kr
  Jeon, Jun Soo NIPA jsjeon@ruc.or.kr
  Lee, In Hwan ETRI ihlee@etri.re.kr
  Kim, Nae Soo ETRI nskim@etri.re.kr
  Park, Chan Won ETRI cwp@etri.re.kr
electromagnetic
Electromagnetic Measurements Technology
1. Introduction
The Electromagnetic Measurements Technology Research Group researches theoretically or experimentally verified testing and measurement technologies necessary to inquire into electromagnetic characteristics of materials, elements, components, systems, and ambient environment, and provides such technologies to the industrial, academic, and research worlds through workshops, technical papers, and other media, thereby contributing to the enhancement of reliability of relevant studies and measurements.

* Major Research Areas
  - Basic electromagnetic measurements
  - High speed microelectronics metrology
  - Measurement of various transmission lines and radio propagation characteristics
  - Nonlinear device characteristics evaluation
  - Measurement of materials' electromagnetic characteristics
  - Metrology for thin-film devices, RFIC, and MMIC
  - Metrology for telecommunication, remote sensing, radar, astronomy, inverse scattering, etc.
  - Measurement of antenna characteristics and radar cross section (RCS)
  - Emission and immunity metrology
  - Evaluation of the measurement facilities for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference
    (EMI), antenna characteristics, and RCS
2. Greetings
In the modern information society, both direct and indirect utilizations of electromagnetic waves are becoming more prevalent. Technologies and products using electromagnetic waves are widely employed in every social sector including our daily lives. In addition, as more high frequencies are used among electromagnetic waves and products utilizing electromagnetic waves become multifunctional and miniaturized, new and multiple measurement technologies are required. In developing such technologies and products, a lot of electromagnetic measurement technologies in all manufacturing stages of selection of materials, designing of products, making of prototypes, verification of performance, and manufacturing of finished goods are used. Such measurement technologies are basic like air we need for breathing and therefore their significance is not well recognized in many cases. Moreover, in order to increase export of electronics accounting for a large portion in Korea's export by enhancing their international competitiveness, accurate and precision electromagnetic measurement technologies which are traceable to international standards are necessary. For the development of domestic electromagnetic measurement technologies as well as relevant sciences and industries, active participation and encouragement by those who are in the industrial, research, and academic areas are necessary so that our group can become a venue for strengthening their mutual ties.

Chairman Kim, Jeong Hwan
3. History
1995. 7.27 The Electromagnetic Measurement Research Group was established.
2002~2007 Jointly hosted EMC Korea in October every year
2007.8~2008.2 Performed tasks commissioned by KORPA
2009.11 Hosted Electromagnetic Measurement Technology Workshop
2010.1 Renamed the Electromagnetic Measurement Technology Research Group
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kim, Jeong Hwan KRISS
Academic Area Kim, Ki-Chai Yeungnam Univ.
  Park, Seong Ook KAIST
  Cho, Young-Ki Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.
  Park, Byeong Kwon Daelim University College
  Woo, Jong Myung Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Eo, Yungseon Hanyang Univ.
  Choo, Hosung Hongik Univ.
  Lee, Jae Wook Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Park, Dong-Kook Korea Maritime Univ.
  Min, Kyeong-Sik Korea Maritime Univ.
  Kahng, Sungtek University of Incheon
Industrial Area Han, Man-Kyung MTG
  Shon, Seong-Hyeok SK Telecom
  Kim, Jong Sik LIG Nex1
  Choi, Hong-Ki Gamma Nu
  Jeong, Su Jin Yes, Inc.
  Han, Hyeonkil Chang Woo Inc.
  Park, Jun Sun Eretec Inc.
  Park, Euy Soo SICT
  Seong, Won Mo EMW
Research Area Lim, Seong-Bin KARI
  Jang, Won Ho KORPA
  Kim, Hee-Soo KTL
  Kang, Jin Seob KRISS
  Kang, Tae Weon KRISS
  Ki, Seung Gak ADD
  Eom, Soon Young ETRI
  Je, Do-Heung KASI
Government Area Yang, Jun Gyu RRA
  Lee, Il-Yong RRA
future
Future Electromagnetic Technology
1. Introduction
Major Researches
  • Research aimed at promoting and activating future radio technologies and exchanges of relevant technological information
  • Research on wireless energy transmission technology using radio waves and exchanges of relevant technological information
  • Research on radio convergence technologies such as radio-BT and nano-radio, and exchanges of relevant technological information
  • Research on radio materials of new concept and exchanges of relevant technological information
→ Hosting of a quarterly regular meeting and an annual workshop is planned
2. Greetings
Hello?
We hope you will show a lot of interest in our institute.
Thank you very much.
3. History
2010.1 The Future Radio Technology Research Institute was established.
4. Organizational Structure
Organizational structure (Draft)
  * Chairman: Yun, Jae-Hoon (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI))
  * Members: About 30 experts in the research and industrial areas including, and others from Radio Research Agency
    (RRA) and Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL) are expected to participate.
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Yun, Jae-Hoon ETRI
  Lee, Jeong-Hae Hongik Univ.
  Park, Seong Ook KAIST
  Jang, Byung-Jun Kookmin Univ.
  Lee, Moon-Que The University of Seoul
  Yeo, Junho Daegu Univ.
  Son, Hae-Won Chonbuk Nat'l Univ.
  Park, Jong Kweon Hanbat Nat'l Univ.
  Byun, Jin-Kyu Soongsil Univ.
emc
EMC Technology
1. Introduction
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is an engineering field concerned with the design and operation of equipment which causes electromagnetic interference (EMI), with the focus on reducing the amplitude of EMI below the permissible limits to minimize its impact on other items of equipment and systems. The design intention also includes the implementation of electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) of the equipment or systems to be protected from EMI caused by the environment. The Technical Group has been actively engaged, since the establishment of the Korea Electromagnetic Engineering Society, in such study areas as EMC design and countermeasure technologies, technologies for parts and materials for EMC, and EMC standards, in addition to discussions about the latest developments.

Major Activities
 - Study on the latest EMC design and protective technologies,
 - Study on the design technologies for the latest SI/PI and high-speed digital circuits,
- Study on the materials and parts for EMC,
 - Trend analysis and proposal for international EMC standards,
 - Study on EMC technologies and a standard roadmap, and
 - Organization of the EMC KOREA Workshop.
2. Greetings
Dear Members, The aim of the Technical Group for EMC Technology is to contribute to the development of EMC technology through activities focused on the latest and standard technologies. Its efforts include the activation of EMC studies and the related industries, by pursuing practical cooperation among many experts and specialists in academic, industrial, and research circles.

In addition, the Group promotes friendship among the members, supports members’ efforts to cultivate their capabilities, and cooperates with the related scientific organizations.

We hope for your continued interest in and support for our Technical Group.

Dr. Jong Hwa Kwon, Chairperson
3. History
2006.6 The Technical Group of EMC Technology was established
Technical Group Leader / Chairperson
  1st : Prof. Chung, Yeon-Choon (SeoKyeong Univ., 2006. 6 ~ 2008. 12)
 
2nd : Prof. Yook, Jong-Gwan (Yonsei Univ., 2009. 1 ~ 2012. 12)
 
3rd : Prof. Nah, Wan Soo (Sungkyunkwan Univ., 2013. 1 ~ 2014.12)
 
4th : Dr. Shin, Jae Geon (Korea Automobile Testing & Research Institute, 2015. 1 ~ 2016. 12)
 
5th : Dr. Kwon, Jong Hwa (ETRI, 2017. 1. ~ Present)


Principal Activities
  - Hosted annual EMC KOREA Workshop
  - Visits to industries and holding of meetings for the exchange of study results
4. Organizational Structure
Chairperson: Kwon, Jong Hwa (ETRI)
Assistant Administrator: Song, Ick Hwan (Gwangwoon Univ.)
cr
CR/SDR
1. Introduction
Recently, broadcasting and communication convergence and its corresponding change in wireless communications have been rapidly developed. As radio frequency spectrum becomes invaluable along with such development, Cognitive Radio (CR) has been paid a lot of attention because it is capable of increasing spectral efficiency by dynamically and autonomously adjusting its operational parameters and protocols according to its obtained knowledge. Software Defined Radio (SDR), defined as a radio in which some or all of the physical layer functions are software defined, can act as a key enabling technology for implementing the CR technologies due to its flexibility and reconfigurability. The CR and SDR Research Society is established in order to share information on CR/SDR technologies and their applications. It can provide a place to share opinions about CR/SDR related technologies and to promote research and development efforts for a contribution to standard activities as well as cooperation between industries.
2. Greetings
Welcome to CR and SDR Research Society
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the CR and SDR Research Society.
Today, due to an increasing demand for radio spectrum to provide high speed Mobile Internet through wireless devices like smartphones, the CR and SDR can be considered as key enabling technologies for efficient use of valuable spectrum resources. With the development of these technologies, I hope that you have an opportunity to share ideas with top researchers in the field of CR and SDR technologies in a friendly atmosphere. Our Research Society is expected to promote the activation of CR/SDR-related technologies and cooperative activities on standardization.
I hope that the CR and SDR Research Society is further invigorated in the future and makes much progress in research and development of CR/SDR technologies.

Dr. Dong-Seung Kwon, ETRI, June 2011
3. History
2010.1 Renamed the CR and SDR Research Society
4. Organizational Structure
Chairman: Dr. Dong-Seung Kwon (ETRI)
micorwaves
Microwaves and Wave Propagation
1. Introduction
The Microwave and Radio Research Institute aims to make wide-ranging exchanges of electromagnetic theories and technologies including radio frequency waves, microwaves, millimeter waves, and terahertz waves, and perform specialized education and research and form the basis for their industrial utilization through all kinds of workshops and conferences.

Our institute's major activities include
  - Collaboration in research on RF and microwave theory and techniques with domestic and overseas industrial,
     academic, research, government, and military institutions and playing a role as a mediator of information exchange
  - Formation of wide-ranging basis for education, research, and industrial utilization of high frequency technologies
  - Increase of human resources and expansion of industrial base in RF and microwave theory and techniques
    through large-scale domestic academic conferences and exhibitions
  - Joint hosting of workshops with domestic and overseas laboratories, research centers, and research groups
    performing research on RF and microwave theory and techniques
  - International technological and academic exchanges including hosting of international academic conferences

* Major Research Areas
  - Research on electromagnetic theories and numerical analyses
  - Designing and analysis of high frequency circuits
  - Research on RF and microwave communication system
  - Research on high frequency applications (medicine, security, wireless energy transmission, and sensors)
2. Greetings
For the past fifteen years, our institute has formed a wide-ranging basis for education, research, and industrial utilization of radio related technologies in the rapidly changing wireless communication service area, contributing to improving domestic radio technology's competitiveness. In the future, demand on radio application technologies other than communication technologies such as medicine, security, and wireless energy transmission in addition to wireless communication technologies is expected to greatly increase. Our institute will contribute to forming the basis for industrial application of new microwave theories, circuit and parts designing technologies, and system designing technologies by educating and researching them. In addition, our institute will provide information on the recent market and technological trend to experts in the industrial, academic, research, government, and military fields and activate joint research with them.

Chairman Kim, Byung-Sung
3. History
1995.7.27 The Microwave and Radio Research Institute was established
  Past Chairmen
1995-1997 Lim, Jae Bong (Kookmin University)
1998-2000 Myung, Noh Hoon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST))
2001-2003 Lee,Hai-Young (Ajou University)
2004-2005 Oh, Yisok (Hongik University)
2006-2007 Han, Seog Tae (Korea Astronomy & Space Science Institute)
2008-2009 Lee, Bom Son (Kyung Hee University)
20010-2010 Lee, Jeong-Hae (Hongik Univ)
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kim, Byung-Sung SungKyunkwan Univ.
  Lee, Jeong-Hae Hongik Univ.
  Kahng, Sungtek University of Incheon
  Koo, kyung heon University of Incheon
  Kim, Kang Wook Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.
  Kim, Soohong LIG Nex1
  Kim, Young-Hwan Samsung Thales
  Kim Jeong Phill Chung-Ang Univ.
  Kim, Juno UCommTechnology
  Kim, Hyeong-Seok Chung-Ang Univ.
  Nam, Sangwook Seoul Nat'l Univ.
  Park, Changkun Soongsil Univ.
  Park, Cheon Seok University of Incheon
  Park, Chulgyun Samsung Electro-Mechanics
  Park, Chul Soon KAIST
  Seo, Chul Hun Soongsil Univ.
  Seong, Won Mo EMW
  Shim, Moung-Choul Eltronix
  Ahn, Dal Soonchunhyang Univ.
  Yook, Jong-Gwan Yonsei Univ.
  Yun, Young Korea Maritime Univ.
  Yoon, Sang-Woong Kyung Hee Univ.
  Yoon, Young-Chul Kwandong Univ.
  Lee, Moon-Que The University of Seoul
  Lee, Bom Son Kyung Hee Univ.
  Lee, Yonggoo GigaLane
  Lee, Yongshik Yonsei Univ.
  Rieh, Jae-Sung Korea Univ.
  Lee, Jae Wook Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Lee, Jong-Wook Kyung Hee Univ.
  Lim, Sungjoon Chung-Ang Univ.
  Jang, Byung-Jun Kookmin Univ.
  Jung, Sujin YES, INC.
  Jung, Jun Solvent Recycling Technology
  Cho, Choon Sik Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Cha, Ho-Young Hongik Univ.
  Choi, Jae Ick ETRI
  Choi, Jaehoon Hanyang Univ.
  Choi, C. K. Telwave, INC
  Choo, Hosung Hongik Univ.
  Han, Seog Tae KASI
  Hwang, Kyu-Pyung Samsung Electro-Mechanics
  Uhm, Man Seok ETRI
Advisory Members
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
  Gimm,Yun Myoung Dankook Univ.
  Myung, Noh Hoon KAIST
  Park, Dong Chul Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Pack, Jeong-Ki Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Yang, Seung In Soongsil Univ.
  Yun, sangwon Sogang Univ.
  Lee, Taek Kyung Korea Aerospace Univ.
  Lee, Hai-Young Ajou Univ.
  Cho, Young-Ki Kyungpook Nat'l Univ.
  Yoon, Young Joong Yonsei Univ.
spectrum
Spectrum Management and Engineering
1. Introduction
The Spectrum Research Institute researches spectrum policies as well as radio technologies. When radio technology was immature, radio waves were managed with "Command and Control" method, but under the current condition where new radio technologies such as ultra-wideband and cognitive radio technologies are being developed, spectrum overlay and underlay policies should be introduced. Furthermore, market-based spectrum policies should be implemented so that businesses which most highly evaluate frequency resources can use them under an auction system, and appropriate establishment of spectrum commons bands should be made to induce creation of new radio technologies and services. As shown above, our institute deals with a variety of research topics including new radio technologies, radio policies, and analysis of their economic value.

* Major Research Areas
  - Research on new radio technologies
  - Research on spectrum policies and management
  - Analysis on economic value of radio waves
  - Research on radio laws
2. Greetings
With the advent of ubiquitous information age, the value of radio resources is becoming more important. The Spectrum Research Institute takes charge of research on new radio technologies to efficiently utilize radio resources as well as research on spectrum policies to reflect such efficient utilization. In 2010, our institute focused on methods to use golden frequency which have recently come into spotlight, analyses of their economic value, and research on other countries' broadband plans and reflection of the research results on spectrum policies. This year, Spectrum Research Institute deals with light licensing policy, spectrum strategic plan of major countries, and R&D issues of smart radio technologies.
3. History
1995.7.27 The Spectrum Engineering Research Institute was established (Later renamed)
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kim, Chang Joo ETRI
Manager Kim, young soo Kyung Hee Univ.
  Park, No-Ik KCC
  Yeo, Jae-Hyun KISDI
  Kye, Kyoung Moon Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  Lee, Jeong-Hae Hongik Univ.
  Park, Min-Soo Chung-Ang Univ.
  Nam, Sangwook Seoul Nat'l Univ.
  Park, Duk-Kyu Mokwon Univ.
  LEE, ILKyoo Kongju Nat'l Univ.
  Hong, Een-kee Kyung Hee Univ.
  Hong, Heon Jin ETRI
  Bae, jungkee Samsung Thales
  Heung-Ryeol You KT
  Park, Seok Ji ETRI
  Kim, Saengsoo SKT
  Koo, Hyunsang LGT
  Lim, Euntaek Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
  Kang, Bub Joo Dongguk Univ.
  Han, Soo Yong KCA
  Yoon, Hyun-Bo KIEES
  Kim, Ki-Chai Yeungnam Univ.
  Pack, jeong-Ki Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Choi, Hyung-Do ETRI
  Choi, Seungyoung KCC
  Lee, Bom Son Kyung Hee Univ.
emf
Electromagnetic Field and Biology Research Institute (EMF(Electromagnetic Field) and Biology)
1. Introduction
The Electromagnetic Field and Biology Research Institute researches the effects of electromagnetic fields on the human body. As opinions were raised that electromagnetic fields may do harm to the human body from the early 1990s, many ordinary people came to know possible harmful effects of electromagnetic fields and become convinced of such effects. In order to approach electromagnetic fields' effects on the human body in an empirical and academic way and inform ordinary people of accurate truths about such effects, the KIEES established the Electromagnetic Field and Biology Research Institute under its umbrella in April 1996 and lay the groundwork for performing systematic research on the effects of electromagnetic waves (electromagnetic fields) on the human body. Our institute consists of experts in a variety of areas such as engineering, medicine, biology, and physics working at universities, businesses, and laboratories, and performs a lot of research related to biological effects of electromagnetic fields such as animal experiments and epidemiological surveys, measurement of doses of electromagnetic waves and computer numerical analysis, measurement and analysis of the actual conditions of domestic electromagnetic environment, and standards for protecting the human body against exposure to electromagnetic waves.

* Major Research Areas
  1) Academic research on electromagnetic fields' biological effects
  2) Examination and investigation of trends in domestic and overseas standards related
      to safety against electromagnetic fields
  3) Research on and promotion of safety measures against harmful effects of electromagnetic fields
      on the human body
  4) Research on medical engineering application of electromagnetic fields
  5) Promotion to the public regarding electromagnetic fields and research on preventive policies
2. Greetings
Utilization of radio waves is rapidly increasing as the society advances into an information era, and radio waves are already being utilized in many areas. Since the hypothesis that electromagnetic waves may adversely affect the human body was raised, their negative influences have been excessively emphasized thus far and the public has vague fears about electromagnetic waves. Therefore, in order to get rid of such vague fears and provide accurate information about their effects on the human body, we established the Electromagnetic Field and Biology Research Institute. Our institute intends to provide the most recent information on the human and living bodies obtained from domestic and overseas researches and make the public accurately understand electromagnetic waves so that they can lead safe and comfortable lives under an electromagnetic environment.

Chairman Kim, Nam
3. History
1996.4 The Electromagnetic and Biology Research Institute was established under the KIEES's umbrella
1997.5 Hosted the 1st Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
1997.10 Hosted the 1st Korea and Japan Workshop on Bio-electromagnetic Environment (Tokyo)
1998.5 Hosted the 2nd Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
1998.8 Joined World Health Organization's International Electromagnetic Project
1998.11 Hosted the 2nd Korea and Japan Workshop on Bio-Electromagnetic Environment (Seoul)
1999.5 Hosted a workshop on human body safety standards against exposure to electromagnetic fields
1999.5 Announced "Human body protection standards against exposure to electromagnetic fields", "Methods to measure electromagnetic field strength for human body protection standards", and "Results of measuring electromagnetic environment for human body protection standards".
1999.7 Hosted the 3rd Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
1999.10 Hosted the 1st Korea-Japan-EU Bio-electromagnetic Environment Workshop (Tokyo)
1999.12 The amendments of the Electromagnetic Law were passed by the assembly
2000. 1 The amendments of the Electromagnetic Law were proclaimed
2000.6 Hosted the 2nd Korea-Japan-EU Bio-electromagnetic Environment Workshop (Belgium)
2000.7 Hosted the 4th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
2001~2004 Hosted the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
Participated in WHO's meeting for discussing electromagnetic waves' effects on the human body (Switzerland)
2005. 11 Hosted the 9th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
2005. 11 Hosted 2005 International Workshop on Mobile Telephony and Health (Korea)
2006.6 Participated in WHO's meeting for discussing electromagnetic waves' effects on the human body (Switzerland)
2006. 9 Hosted the 10th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
2006.11 Hosted 2006 Joint Workshop on Radio Frequency (RF) and Health (Japan)
Hosted the 11th, 12th, and 13th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
2010.6 Hosted the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS 2010) (Korea)
2010. 9 Hosted the 14th Workshop on Electromagnetic Fields' Biological Effects
4. Organizational Structure
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Chairman Kim, Nam Chungbuk Nat'l Univ.
  Gimm,Yun Myoung Dankook Univ.
  Kim, Yun-Shin Hanyang Univ.
  Kim, Yoon-Won Hallym University
  Kim, Jaejun KEPCO
  Kim, Hagbong KORPA
  Kim, Hyun Jun Ajou Univ.
  RYU, Chung-Sang RRA
  Myung, Sung Ho KERI
  Park, Sang-Hyun KAIST
  Pack, Jeong-Ki Chungnam Nat'l Univ.
  Byun, Jin-Kyu Soongsil Univ.
  Ahn, Young Hwan Ajou Univ.
  Yoon, Songyi Munkyung College
  Lee, Gi Tae KORPA
  Lee, Byeongcheol KORPA
  Lee, Ae-Kyoung ETRI
  Lee, Yun-Sil Ewha Womans University
  Lee, Jae-Seon KIRAMS
  Lim, Jae Duk KCC
  Jang, Byung-Jun Kookmin Univ.
  Chun, Yang Bae KAIST
  Choi Jae Wook Korea Univ.
  Choi, Hyung-Do ETRI
  Ha, Mina Dankook Univ.
  Hong, Seung Cheol Inje University
  Hwang, Jung-Il KEPCO
  Hwang, Jong Yun Kangwon Nat'l Univ.
Observer Yeo, Guen Taek KEPCO
  Kim, Hee Sung Hallym University
  Kim, Byung Chan ETRI
  Kim, Wan Ki KORPA
  Nam, Ki-Chang Severance Hospital Clinical Trials Center for Medical Devices
  Park, Byung-Jae Hallym University
  Ahn, Jun-oh Intelligent Severance
  Bae, Moon-Joo Korea Univ.
security
Electromagnetic Security
1. Introduction
Given the rapid development of IT technologies based on electronic and electrical engineering, informatization and automation are required for the power and telecommunication networks, which are critical national infrastructures. Consequently, electronic and communication equipment and control systems in such facilities are interlinked. Information leakage and malfunctions caused by the high-power electromagnetic pulse emitted from these types of equipment and systems can cause large-scale damage, especially in national security installations. As such, the importance of electromagnetic security has been recognized throughout the world, and the prevention of information leakage by electromagnetic wave shielding and the protection of backbone energy and telecommunication systems from high-power electromagnetic pulse, in particular, have become preeminent issues.
The aim of the Technical Group for Electromagnetic Security is to study security matters related to electromagnetic wave leakage and technologies for the prevention of damage caused by the high-power electromagnetic pulse.

* Major Activities;
  1) Study and exchange of technical information on the prevention of information leakage caused by electromagnetic wave leakage;
  2) Study and exchange of technical information on the prevention of interference of high-power electromagnetic wave;
  3) Activities for related standardization and studies on the development of technical standards
2. Greetings
Dear Members,
The activities of the Technical Group for Electromagnetic Security are focused on security matters related with electromagnetic wave leakage and technologies for the prevention of damage caused by the high-power electromagnetic pulse, issues which are currently attracting considerable attention.
We hope for your continued interest and active participation.

Thank you very much.

Chairperson, Jong Hwa Kwon
3. History
2009. 4 The Technical Group for EM Security was established
Technical Group Leader / Chairperson
  1st : Yeon-Choon Chung (Professor @ SeoKyeong Univ., 2009.4 ~ 2012.12)
  2nd : Jae-Wook Lee (Professor @ Korea Aerospace Univ., 2013.1 ~ 2016.12)
  3rd : Tae Heon Jang (Director @ Korea Test Laboratory, 2017.1 ~ 2018.12)
  4th : Jong Hwa Kwon (Principal Engineer @ ETRI, 2019.1 ~ Present)

Principal Activities
  - Hosted annual Workshop on electromagnetic security
  - Visits to industries and holding of meetings for the exchange of study results
Event Date Location Supervisor
EMSEC Workshop 2009 2009.12.03 Hotel Seokyo Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2010 2010.11.04 Hotel Seoul Kyoyuk munhwa hoekhwan Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2011 2011.09.02 Daejeon Convention Center Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2012 2012.10.18 Hotel Seoul Kyoyuk munhwa hoekhwan Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2013 2013.10.17 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2014 2014.10.23 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2015 2015.10.22 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2016 2016.10.20 Korean Federation of SMEs (KBIZ) Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2017 2017.10.19 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2018 2018.10.18 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
EMSEC Workshop 2019 2019.10.17 The K Seoul Hotel Technical Group for EM Security
4. Organizational Structure
Chairperson: Dr. Jong Hwa Kwon (ETRI)
Vice Chairperson: Dr. Seung-Gap Ryu (National Security Research Institute(NSR))
Assistant Administrator: Dr. Han Chul Shin (RAPA)
Member List
Jan. 1 2019
Title Name Institutional Affiliation
Academy Byeong-Kwon Park Daelim University College
Hyun Ho Park Suwon University
Seungyoung Ahn KAIST
Kwain Oh Korea Polytechnics
Jong Gwan Yook Yonsei University
Jae-Wook Lee Korea Aerospace University
Yeon-Choon Chung Seokyeong University
Eun Ha Choi KwangWoon University
Chang-Su Huh Inha University
Industry Sun Ho Kim SurgeLab Korea
Yong Chul Kim GT&B
Kyoo-Tae Ryoo KT
Woo Il Park Daehoteck
Woo Chul Park Dymstec
Jae Hyun Park I-Spec
Hak Byung Park Samsung Electronics
송경준 Hanshin
Jun Kyu Lee Eretec
Gye-Jae Lim A&P Technology
Kwang Hee Jang LIG Nex1
Ki Bum Jung E&R
Jung Hi Jin Korea Electromagnetic Research
Pyeong-Kwon Choi Dae Han Shield Engineering
Hyug-Sang Ham LIG Nex1
Research Institute In Soo Koo Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)
Jong Hwa Kwon Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Jung Hyuk Kwon Agency for Defense Development (ADD)
Bo Hyun Kim Korea Conformity Laboratories (KCL)
Sang Jin Kim Korea Information & Communication Contraction Association (KICA)
Jong Gwan Kim Korea Electric Power Research Institute(KEPRI)
Kyung Ryung Min Korea Radio Promotion Association (RAPA)
Ji Yong Park Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)
Tae Seung Song Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL)
Han Chul Shin Korea Radio Promotion Association (RAPA)
Byung Joon Ahn Agency for Defense Development (ADD)
Jae-Woon Ahn Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information (KISTI)
Seung Gap Ryu National Security Research Institute (NSR)
Jae Bok Lee Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI)
Joo Kwang Lee Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)
Tae Heon Chang Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL)
Myung Won Chung Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA)
Gwang Wook Choo National Security Research Institute (NSR)
Jung Hwan Hwang Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Government Yong Ki Kwon Radio Research Agency (RRA)
Soo Young Park Radio Research Agency (RRA)
Bong Seok Kim Radio Research Agency (RRA)
Jung Hoon Hwang Radio Research Agency (RRA)
Dae Il Kim Radio Research Agency (RRA)
Han Sang Ryu Radio Research Agency (RRA)
jees

JEES
(Journal of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science)


  • Issues Per year : 4
  • Language : English
  • ISSN : 2234-8395 (Online)
  • ISSN : 2234-8409 (Print)
  • DOI Prefix : http://dx.doi.org/10.5515/JKIEES

Associate Editors

 Sangwon Yun Sogang University, Korea

Deputy Editor

 Hosung Choo Hongik University, Korea

Associate Editors

 Nader Behdad University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
 EunMi Choi UNIST, Korea
 Sungtek Kahng Sogang University, Korea
 Yongshik Lee Yonsei University, Korea
 Kunio Sakakibara Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
 Dongha Shim Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea
 Youngoo Yang SungKyunKwan University, Korea
 Jong Won Yu KAIST, Korea

International Advisory Board

 Ikuo Awai Ryutech Corporation, Japan
 Bumman Kim POSTECH, Korea
 Dong Chul Park Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea
 John Volakis Ohio State University, USA
 Huei Wang National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 Robert Weigel Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany
 Ke Wu Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
 Richard Ziolkowski University of Arizona, USA

Editorial Members

Antennas

 Andrey K. Sarychev Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
 Bierng-Chearl Ahn Chungbuk Nat'l University, Korea
 Gyu-Je Sung Hankyong Nat'l University, Korea
 Hae-Won Son Chonbuk Nat'l University, Korea
 Ick-Jae Yoon Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea
 Junho Yeo Daegu University, Korea

Passive Components and Circuits

 Dal Ahn Soonchunhyang University, Korea
 Juseop Lee Korea University, Korea
 Kang Wook Kim Kyungpook Nat'l University, Korea
 Truong Vu Bang Giang Vietman National University, Vietnam
 Chen-Wei Qiu National University of Singapore

Active Devices and Device Modeling

 Kris Kong TriQuint Semiconductor, USA
 Shigeo Kawasaki Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
 Kyung Whan Yeom Chungnam Nat'l University, Korea
 Tae-Yeoul Yun Hanyang University, Korea
 Chan-Wang Park Universite du Quebec a Rimouski, Canada

RF/Wireless Systems and Applications

 Chun Sik Chae NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
 Pavel Nikitin Intermec Technologies Corporation, USA
 Joong-Soo Lim Baekseok University, Korea
 Sang-Min Han Soonchunhyang University, Korea
 Seung Yeop Rhee Chonnam Nat'l University, Korea

Theory and Numerical Methods

 Jay Kyoon Lee Syracuse University, USA)
 Kyung-Young Jung Hanyang University, Korea
 Seung-Yeup Hyun Jeju Nat'l University, Korea
 Yong-Heui Cho Mokwon University, Korea

Electromagnetic/Interference/Compatibility/Environment/Measurement

 Tzong-Lin Wu National Taiwan University, Taiwan
 Ic-Pyo Hong Kongju Nat'l University, Korea
 Jae-Yong Kwon KRISS, Korea
 Seungyoung Ahn KAIST, Korea
 Tae Weon Kang KRISS, Korea

Ethical Editor

  Dongho Kim Sejong University, Korea

Sejong University, Korea

 Youngje Sung Kyonggi University, Korea

Kyonggi University, Korea

 Jae-Young Chung Seoul Nat'l University of Science and Technology, Korea
jkiees

JKIEES
(The Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering and Science)


  • Language : Korean
  • ISSN : 1226-3133
  • DOI Prefix : http://dx.doi.org/10.5515/KJKIEES

Editor-in-Chief

 Sangwon Yun Sogang University, Korea

Associate Editors

 Duk-Kyu Park Mokwon University
 Il-Suek Koh Inha University
 Jae-Sung Rieh Korea University
 Jong Myung Woo Chungnam Nat'l University
 Kang Wook Kim Kyungpook Nat'l University
 Yong Bae Park Ajou University

Editorial Members

 Changkun Park Soongsil University
 Dong-Wook Kim Chungnam Nat'l University
 Gyung-Ho Hwang Hanbat Nat'l University
 Haeng-Seon Lee Sogang University
 Hosung Choo Hongik University
 Hyeong-Seok Kim Chung-Ang University
 Hyung Yun Kong University of Ulsan
 Hyung-Do Choi ETRI
 Ic-Pyo Hong Kongju Nat'l University
 Ikmo Park Ajou University
 Jae Hyun Lee Chungnam Nat'l University
 Jeong Phill Kim Chung-Ang University
 Jinho Jeong Sogang University
 Jong Heon Kim Kwangwoon University
 Jong Won Yu KAIST
 Jongsik Lim Soonchunhyang University
 Jong-Soo Lee GIST
 Keum Cheol Hwang Dongguk University
 Kyeong-Sik Min Korea Maritime University
 Kyung-Young Jung Hanyang University
 Moon-Que Lee The University of Seoul
 Myun-Joo Park Kwangwoon University
 Seong Gyoon Park Kongju Nat'l University
 Seung-Keun Park ETRI
 Seung-Yeup Hyun Jeju Nat'l University
 Tae Wook Kim Yonsei University
 Wansoo Nah SungKyunkwan University
 Wonjin Sung Sogang University
 Yong Heui Cho Mokwon University
 Young-Kil Kwag Korea Aerospace University
pkiees

PKIEES
(Electromagnetic Technology: The Proceedings of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Enginessring and Science)


  • Language : Korean
  • ISSN : 1738-9712
  • Issues per year: : 6

Editor-in-Chief

 Chang Joo Kim ETRI
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