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Dr. Park Seung Kyu (박승규 박사) Profile

Park Seung Kyu

Research Professor, Department of Computer and Information Science, Sejong Metropolitan City, S. Korea

Room# 302, The Second Science & Technology Building,
Seojong-Ro 2511, Korea University, Sejong Metropolitan City 30019, S. Korea
E-mail :skpark4@kaeri.re.kr, Office Phone #:+82-044-860-1755

 
Education
  • Ph.D, Department of Electronics Engineering, ChungNam National University, Rep. of Korea, 2004
  • M.S., Department of Electronics Engineering, KyungPook National University, Rep. of Korea, 1992
  • B.S., Department of Electronics Engineering, KyungPook National University, Rep. of Korea, 1990
 
Research Areas of Current Interest

Neural network-based artificial intelligence technologies, Nondestructive testing & Laser metrology, Nuclear power plant dismantling & decontamination technologies

 
Professional Career
  • 1992 ~ Current: Principal Researcher, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), Daejeon, Rep. of Korea.
  • 1992 ~ 1996: Researcher, Electro-Optics Research Lab., KAERI
              :Development of laser systems for industrial processing
  • 1997 ~ 2004: Senior Researcher, Quantum Optics Lab., KAERI
              :Laser Metrology
  • 1995 ~ Current: Principal Researcher, Laser Application Laser Team/Decommissioning Technology Research Division, KAERI
                 :Nondestructive testing & Nuclear power plant dismantling
 
Publications and Conference
  1. S. Y. Oh, J. S. Shin, S. K. Park, T. S. Kim, et al., “ Underwater laser cutting of thick stainless steel blocks using single and dual nozzles”, Optics & Laser Tech, 2021.
  2. J. S. Shin, S. Y. Oh, S. K. Park, H. M. Park, et al., “Underwater laser cutting of stainless steel up to 100 mm thick for dismantling application in nuclear power plants”, Annals of Nuclear Energy, 2020.
  3. S. K. Park, I. Y. Choi, S. H. Baik, K. M. Jeong, “Range resolution improvement of range gated vision system in backscattering hazy environments”, Optica Applicata, 2017
  4. N. G. S. K. Park. Park et al., “Visualization of a smoke Flow Field by Using a Lidar and DIC Technique”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2015.
  5. N. G. S. K. Park. Park et al., “Measurement of cloud velocity and altitude using lidar’s range detection and digital image correction”, J. of the Optical Society of Korea , 2014.
  6. S. K. Park, N. G. Park, et al., “Stability improvement of a wavefront correction system for robust image acquisition”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2014.
  7. N. G. Park, S. K. Park et al., “Error reduction of the Doppler Lidar signal using a re-normalization method”, Optica Applicata, 2014.
  8. N. G. Park, S. K. Park et al., “A preliminary study on noncontact imaging inspection for internal detects of plate-type nuclear fuel by using an active laser interferometer”, Nuclear Engineering and design, 2013.
  9. S. K. Park, N. G. Park et al., “Visualization of Internal Defects in Plate-Type Nuclear Fuel by Using Noncontact Optical Interferometry”, Nuclear Engineering and Technology, 2013.
  10. S. C. Choi, S. K. Park et al., “Implementation of differential absorption Lidar(DIAL) for molecule iodine measurement by suing injection-seeded laser”, J. of Optical Society of Korea, 2012.
  11. S. K. Park, N. G. Park, et al., “Depth detection of a thin aluminum plate in laser ultrasonic testing using a confocal Fabry-Perot laser interferometer”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2011.
  12. S. K. Park, N. G. Park, et al., “Simulation of Wavefront Correction for a Square Wavefront by Using a Circular Deformable Mirror”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2011.
  13. S. K. Park, et al., “Intensity Improvement of Laser-Ultrasound in a Laser Resonant Ultrasonic Spectroscopy System”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2010.
  14. S. K. Park, et al., “Characteristics of Laser Resonant Ultrasonic Spectroscopy System for Measuring Elastic Constants of Materials”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2010.
  15. D. H. Hurley, S. K. Park, et al., “In situ laser-based resonant ultrasound measurements of microstructure mediated mechanical property evolution”, J. of Applied Physics, 2010.
  16. S. K. Park, et al., “Nondestructive Inspection System Using Optical Profiles and Laser Surface Waves to Detect a Crack”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2009.
  17. S. K. Park, et al., “In Situ Measurement of Strain Distribution in a Tensile Specimen by Using a Digital Speckle Pattern Interferometer”, J. of Korean Physical Society, 2009.
  18. S. K. Park, et al., “Laser ultrasonic inspection system with a 3D surface profilometry to detect surface cracks”, Modern Physics Letters B, 2008.
 
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