|황철주 대표 (주성엔지니어링)|
|· (‘22.12 ~ Present) 한국발명진흥회 회장
· (‘22.09 ~ Present) 한국중견기업연합회 수석부회장
· (‘22 ~ Present) 기업가정신학회 명예회장
· (’21.01 ~ Present) 소재 · 부품 · 장비 경쟁력강화위원회 민간위원
· (’19.10 ~ Present) 대중소기업 상생협의회 위원장
· (’19.03 ~ Present) 공학한림원 IP 전략협의회 공동위원장
· (‘10 ~ ’15 / ‘18 ~ ‘21.10 ) 한국청년기업가정신재단 설립 & 이사장 현 이사
|서영우 전무 (한화에어로스페이스)|
|Dr. Youngwoo Seo is a field-roboticist of building mobile robots including self-driving cars, drones, a high-speed transport – Hyperloop, unmanned ground vehicles, etc. for more than two decades, and a seasoned manager with experience of managing diverse groups. He is currently an executive vice president for the Land Systems Business Group, Hanwha Aerospace. Before Hanwha Defense was merged into Hanwha Aerospace, he led and oversaw the efforts of the Department of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Development of Hanwha Defense.
Prior to joining Hanwha, Dr. Seo ran Atlas Robotics, Inc. to deliver a technology stack for autonomous mobility by shared autonomy, and led a team of engineers to develop perception stacks and mission-critical systems for Hyperloop One (now Virgin Hyperloop), to develop an autonomous flight stack for Autel Robotics, to deliver parts of the next-generation product at the Special Project Group of Apple, Inc., to deliver public demonstration of autonomous driving for GM-CMU Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab. During his doctoral study, he was a member of the Tartan Racing team, the winning entry of the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge, and worked on developing computational ways of augmenting cartographic resources and of assessing roadway status for reliable autonomous driving. While working as a research staff in the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, he developed many machine learning algorithms and multi-agents systems to solve real-world, challenging problems.
He holds a Doctor of Philosophy and a Master of Science in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University, a Master of Science in Computer Science from Seoul National University, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Konkuk University.
|조동일 교수 (서울대학교)
Real Control, Real Systems
|Real Control, Real Systems
Over the years, we have explored and used various control methods including PID control, optimal control, nonlinear control, robust control, model-predictive control, and data-driven control, just to name a few. However, real control is far from so simple – beneath the surface, a plethora of additional methods must be added and inter-tuned to achieve the desired performances. Integrating many control methods to work seamlessly together and tuning several tens of parameters can prove extremely challenging because there is no systematic method. To address this challenge, we have developed a method based on the sliding mode control theory, that incorporates multiple other methods into a unified framework and uses a single gain to prescribe a final performance level, while preserving asymptotic stability and robustness. Through extensive simulation experiments, laboratory experiments, and prototype experiments, we have achieved exceptional performance results in real systems.
Dong-Il “Dan” Cho
B.S.M.E. Carnegie Mellon University, 1980
M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1984
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1988
Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University, 1987-1993
Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Seoul National University, 1993-present.
President, Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems, 2017
President-Elect, International Federation of Automatic Control, 2020-2023.