Prof. Hyun Myung Receives Academic Awards from Korea Robotics Society and ICROS
Professor Hyun Myung from the School of Electrical Engineering has received academic awards from two major domestic robotics societies, the Korea Robotics Society and the ICROS (Institute for Control, Robotics and Systems).
Professor Hyun Myung was awarded the academic award at the regular meeting of the Korea Robotics Society, held at the SC Convention in Seoul on December 1st.
The Korea Robotics Society’s academic award is the most prestigious award given by the society at the end of each year.
It is awarded to a researcher who has made outstanding contributions to the development of domestic and international robotics technology and related fields through innovative research achievements and publication activities.
Professor Hyun Myung’s research team has published over 100 SCI papers and presented more than 300 international conference papers in the field of autonomous robot navigation.
Additionally, they received recognition for their excellent achievements, including winning the Autonomous Quadruped Robot Competition at the 2023 IEEE ICRA (International Conference on Robotics and Automation) held in London, UK, and being double-crowned champion of the HILTI SLAM Challenge.
Furthermore, Professor Hyun Myung was honored with the IEEE Academic Activity Award at the regular meeting of the ICROS (Institute for Control, Robotics and Systems) held at the Venezia Hotel in Yeosu on October 19th.
The IEEE Academic Activity Award is one of six academic awards presented annually by ICROS and is awarded to researchers who have demonstrated outstanding IEEE-related academic activities.
Professor Hyun Myung received this award in recognition of his achievements this year, including winning the IEEE ICRA Autonomous Quadruped Robot Competition and achieving double championships in the HILTI SLAM Challenge.
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/Reference/ Robot News (December 5, 2023): “Completion of the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Korean Robotics Society”