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  • Web conférence : ICCEA & ICEEI

    3rd Inter­na­tio­nal Confe­rence on Civil Engi­nee­ring and Archi­tec­ture (ICCEA 2020) – 2nd Inter­na­tio­nal Confe­rence on Engi­nee­ring Edu­ca­tion and Inno­va­tion (ICEEI 2020). 28–30 juin 2020.

    Keynote speakers

    Prof. Thomas Kang, Seoul National University, Korea

    Key­note Speech Title: Engi­nee­ring Edu­ca­tion and Inno­va­tion for Indus­try 4.0

    Pro­file: Dr. Kang is a Pro­fes­sor in the Depart­ment of Archi­tec­ture & Archi­tec­tu­ral Engi­nee­ring and Direc­tor for Engi­nee­ring Edu­ca­tion Inno­va­tion Cen­ter at Seoul Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty, Korea. Prior to that, he was an Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor in the School of Civil Engi­nee­ring and Envi­ron­men­tal Science at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Okla­ho­ma, Nor­man, OK, USA. He has held various affi­lia­ted posi­tions in the U.S. and Japan, inclu­ding Adjunct Pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Okla­ho­ma, Adjunct Pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois at Urba­na-Cham­pai­gn, and Lec­tu­rer at UCLA, the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawaii at Manoa and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Tokyo. Prof. Kang recei­ved his PhD from UCLA, his MS from Michi­gan State Uni­ver­si­ty, and his BS from Seoul Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty.

    Prof. Kang is a Fel­low of Post-Ten­sio­ning Ins­ti­tute (PTI) and a Fel­low of Ame­ri­can Concrete Ins­ti­tute (ACI). Prof. Kang recei­ved the Ken­neth B. Bon­dy Award for Most Meri­to­rious Tech­ni­cal Paper as Lead Author from PTI in 2012, and the Wason Medal for Most Meri­to­rious Paper as Lead Author from ACI in 2009 with the sub­ject of post-ten­sio­ned concrete. He regu­lar­ly teaches the course of Post-Ten­sio­ned Concrete Struc­tures at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois at Urba­na-Cham­pai­gn eve­ry other sum­mer (both on cam­pus and online) and at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawaii at Manoa eve­ry fall (live online lec­tures). Prof. Kang is an Edi­tor-in-Chief for three jour­nals: Inter­na­tio­nal Jour­nal of Concrete Struc­tures and Mate­rials, Jour­nal of Struc­tu­ral Inte­gri­ty and Main­te­nance, and Advances in Com­pu­ta­tio­nal Desi­gn; and Asso­ciate Edi­tor for PTI Jour­nal of Post-Ten­sio­ning Ins­ti­tute. He is one of the foun­ding and voting mem­bers of PTI DC-20 Com­mit­tee, Buil­ding Desi­gn, and has been a voting mem­ber for ACI Com­mit­tee 369, Seis­mic Repair and Reha­bi­li­ta­tion; Joint ACI-ASCE Com­mit­tees 335, Com­po­site and Hybrid Struc­tures, 352 Joints and Connec­tions in Mono­li­thic Concrete Struc­tures, and Joint ACI-ASCE Com­mit­tee 423, Pres­tres­sed Concrete; and Joint ACI-ASME Com­mit­tee 359, Concrete Contain­ments for Nuclear Reac­tors, as well as various com­mit­tees in Korea.

    Prof. Kang publi­shed more than a hun­dred inter­na­tio­nal jour­nal papers and more than a hun­dred inter­na­tio­nal confe­rence pro­cee­dings, inclu­ding 40 in ACI Struc­tu­ral Jour­nal and 10 in PTI Jour­nal. He has chai­red many sessions/symposiums of struc­tu­ral engi­nee­ring; deli­ve­red many keynote/invited speeches; and orga­ni­zed inter­na­tio­nal conferences/workshops as a Chair. Addi­tio­nal­ly, Dr. Kang has done a lot of prac­tice as a consul­ting engi­neer in Korea and the U.S. Prior to joi­ning the aca­de­mia, he had a wor­king expe­rience in Cali­for­nia, USA (e.g., John A. Mar­tin & Asso­ciates), and was a licen­sed Pro­fes­sor Engi­neer (PE) in Cali­for­nia.

    Prof. Adnan Ibrahimbegovic, University of Technology of Compiègne, France

    Key­note Speech Title: Resi­lience of Struc­tures and Infra­struc­ture under Extreme Tran­sient Loads

    Pro­file: Dr. Hab. Adnan Ibra­him­be­go­vic is cur­rent­ly a Pro­fes­sor at Uni­ver­si­ty of Tech­no­lo­gy Com­piègne – Alliance Sor­bonne Uni­ver­si­ty, Paris, hol­der of Chair for Com­pu­ta­tio­nal Mecha­nics UTC, and senior mem­ber of pres­ti­gious Ins­ti­tute Uni­ver­si­taire de France (IUF). Prior to that, he was Pro­fes­sor (Classe Excep­tion­nelle) and Head of Civil Engi­nee­ring at one of the elite engi­nee­ring schools in France, Ecole Nor­male Super­ieure, Paris-Saclay. He held various affi­lia­ted posi­tions as invi­ted pro­fes­sor at many world uni­ver­si­ties in Europe (TU Braun­sch­weig, Ger­ma­ny; TU Tam­pere, Fin­land), Latin Ame­ri­ca (USP, Bra­zil; IPN, Mexi­co) and Asia (KAIST, Korea; TU Istan­bul, Tur­key).

    Prof. Ibra­him­be­go­vic recei­ved his PhD from UC Ber­ke­ley, Cali­for­nia, his Habi­li­ta­tion from Univ. Pierre-Marie-Curie, Paris. He has recei­ved many career awards, such as Fel­low IACM Award, Hum­boldt Research Award for Ger­ma­ny, Asgard Award for Nor­way. He serves as Edi­tor-in-Chief for Cou­pled Sys­tems Mecha­nics jour­nal (Tech­no Press) and as asso­cia­ted edi­tor of more than 15 dif­ferent scien­ti­fic jour­nals with Else­vier and Sprin­ger. He has orga­ni­zed 5 dif­ferent scien­ti­fic confe­rences and gave more than 30 plenary/keynote lec­tures in last 10 years. He has gra­dua­ted more than 50 doc­to­ral stu­dents, post-docs and Habi­li­ta­tions.

    Prof. Youngjin Lee, Boston Architectural College & Sasaki Associates, Inc., USA

    Key­note Speech Title: Archi­tec­ture + Pain­ting: The Evo­lu­tio­na­ry Desi­gn Para­digm of Zaha Hadid

    Pro­file: Prof. Lee is cur­rent­ly a facul­ty of the Bos­ton Archi­tec­tu­ral Col­lege in Mas­sa­chu­setts, US, and a Senior Asso­ciate at Sasa­ki Asso­ciates, Inc. in Mas­sa­chu­setts, US as a licen­sed archi­tect with 15 plus years of expe­rience. He recei­ved a BS (1998) in Aero­nau­ti­cal Engi­nee­ring from Seoul Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty, Korea, a BS (2000) in Archi­tec­ture from the same school, and an M.Arch (2007) from School of Archi­tec­ture at Yale Uni­ver­si­ty, U.S.

    Prof. Lee is a mem­ber of the Ame­ri­can Ins­ti­tute of Archi­tects (AIA), a mem­ber of Bos­ton Socie­ty of Archi­tects (BSA), a mem­ber of U.S. Green Buil­ding Coun­cil (USGBC), and a mem­ber of Archi­tec­tu­ral Ins­ti­tute of Korea (AIK). He is also a peer revie­wer of inter­na­tio­nal jour­nals inclu­ding Nexus Net­work Jour­nal and Archi­tec­tu­ral Research, and a research pro­ject revie­wer of Natio­nal Research Foun­da­tion of Korea.

    Prof. Lee has been tea­ching mul­tiple Mas­ter’s The­sis Stu­dios and advan­ced archi­tec­tu­ral work­shops of desi­gn com­pu­ta­tion and digi­tal fabri­ca­tion in the Bos­ton Archi­tec­tu­ral Col­lege since 2011 with the unique peda­go­gy focu­sing on the inte­gra­tion digi­tal desi­gn and bet­ween mul­tiple dis­ci­plines.

    Prof. Lee is also an active part of an emer­ging gene­ra­tion of desi­gners dee­ply immer­sed in the explo­ra­tion of ema­na­ting tech­no­lo­gies in archi­tec­tu­ral prac­tice, with a spe­cial inter­est in desi­gn com­pu­ta­tion and digi­tal fabri­ca­tion, while main­tai­ning a prac­ti­cal rele­van­cy in their appli­ca­tion to pro­fes­sio­nal prac­tice. He explores the reci­pro­cal rela­tion­ship of com­pu­ta­tio­nal desi­gn and fabri­ca­tion pro­cesses in desi­gn metho­do­lo­gy, and help stu­dents apply algo­rith­mic approach to archi­tec­tu­ral desi­gn context and fur­ther re-define the future of prac­tice. As a lea­der of a desi­gn com­pu­ta­tion group at Sasa­ki Asso­ciates, he explores the diverse digi­tal tech­no­lo­gies and work­flow to expand desi­gn capa­bi­li­ty.

    Prof. Lee’s research stems from his expe­rience in both aca­de­mia and prac­tice, and efforts to improve desi­gn metho­do­lo­gy, which offers desi­gn pos­si­bi­li­ties through inte­gra­tive desi­gn media and gene­ra­tive algo­rithms. He has publi­shed in many jour­nals inclu­ding Archi­tec­tu­ral Research, Jour­nal of Jour­nal of Asian Archi­tec­ture and Buil­ding Engi­nee­ring, Auto­ma­tion in Construc­tion, Nexus Net­work Jour­nal, Advances in Com­pu­ta­tio­nal Desi­gn, and pre­sen­ted his works at Inter­na­tio­nal Confe­rence on Sus­tai­nable Buil­ding Asia 2016, AIA Confe­rence on Archi­tec­ture 2017, and ASHRAE 2017 Buil­ding Per­for­mance Ana­ly­sis Confe­rence.

    Prof. Bernhard Egger, Seoul National University, South Korea

    Key­note Speech Title: Expe­riences of Inter­na­li­za­tion at Seoul Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty

    Pro­file: Dr. Bern­hard Egger is a Direc­tor of Inter­na­tio­nal Affairs of the Col­lege of Engi­nee­ring and an Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor at the Depart­ment of Com­pu­ter Science and Engi­nee­ring at Seoul Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty (SNU). Dr. Egger recei­ved the Com­pu­ter Science Engi­nee­ring Diplo­ma from the Swiss Fede­ral Ins­ti­tute of Tech­no­lo­gy Zurich (ETH Zurich) in 2001 and the PhD degree in Com­pu­ter Science and Engi­nee­ring from SNU in 2008. After obtai­ning his PhD, he spent three years as a senior research engi­neer at the Sam­sung Advan­ced Ins­ti­tute of Tech­no­lo­gy (SAIT) before re-joi­ning SNU in March of 2011.

    Since 2013, Dr. Egger has been ser­ving as the Direc­tor of Inter­na­tio­nal Affairs of the Col­lege of Engi­nee­ring of SNU. In this func­tion, he has signi­fi­cant­ly contri­bu­ted to the inter­na­tio­na­li­za­tion of SNU and impro­ving the situa­tion of forei­gn natio­nals at SNU. He esta­bli­shed and leads the Inter­na­tio­nal Student Wel­come Cen­ter, a one-stop ser­vice cen­ter for visi­tors, guests, stu­dents, and facul­ty of the Col­lege of Engi­nee­ring. Dr. Egger is an active pro­ponent of increa­sing the female facul­ty ratio in Engi­nee­ring and has been ser­ving as the Gene­ral Pro­gram Chair of the ADF 2019 – The Rising Stars Women in Engi­nee­ring Work­shop.

    Dr. Egger’s research inter­ests include paral­lel pro­gram­ming, paral­lel, dis­tri­bu­ted, and hete­ro­ge­neous archi­tec­tures, and pro­gram­ming lan­guage and com­pi­ler desi­gn. He is a mem­ber of the IEEE and ACM. More infor­ma­tion can be found at csap.snu.ac.kr.

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