|KSEA President, Hosin "David" Lee Elected as Member of The National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAEK)||| Print ||
|Thursday, 23 February 2012 16:29|
Hosin "David" Lee, KSEA President, professor of civil and environmental engineering and public policy center at University of Iowa, has been elected as a member of The National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAEK). President Lee has research interests that include: innovative construction materials; MEMS device for predicting a fatigue life of a rail structure, automated pavement image collection equipment and "PicCrack" image analysis software; eco-friendly cool asphalt technologies; sustainable design of transportation infrastructure; and energy harvesting from civil infrastructure.
The NAEK is a non-profit and non-governmental institute and positioned as the most prestigious institute among Korean engineering societies. The NAEK acknowledges and honors engineers with outstanding achievements in technological development as well as contributions to a national welfare. The NAEK has currently 624 members selected by their peers from academia, industry and government institutes, comprising prominent engineering faculty members and CEO’s of the major industries and research institutes.
For more information about NAEK, visit www.naek.or.kr.
|Last Updated on Monday, 16 April 2012 08:22|