Chong Nak-Young Professor
School of Information Science、Intelligent Robotics Area
B.S. from Hanyang University(1987), M.S. from Hanyang University(1989), Ph.D. from Hanyang University(1994)
Senior Researcher, Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd. (1994-1998); Visiting Scholar, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, AIST-MITI (1995-1996); Research Associate, KIST (1998); Senior Researcher, Hanyang University (1998-2005); Researcher, NEDO (1998-2000); Researcher, MSTC (2000); STA Fellow (2001-2003); Senior Researcher (jointly appointed), Intelligent Systems Institute, AIST (2003-2007), Visiting Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology(2008-2009), Carnegie Mellon University Visiting Professor(2015-)
Human-Friendly Robots, Teleoperation, Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Knowledge Networking Robot Control
Knowledge Networking Robot Control
Programming robots has proven to be difficult, particularly if the robots are deployed in complex, unstructured environments. We approach the problem of programming robots from the point of view of task-oriented integration of distributed knowledge. This topic explores innovative ways to allow for the realistic deployment of current robot systems without detailed knowledge of robot programming, especially into our everyday environments.
We perform experimental explorations in network-based control of robots over a distance. A teleoperation testbed is constructed for implementing enhanced user interfaces and improving task performances. Augmented reality display will overlay computer generated graphics onto the video feedback. The display adds sounds, haptics, smells, and temperatures to live video so as to make teleoperation control easier for the user.
The recent rapid evolution of humanoid robots allows for the implementation of robotic servants or personal robots in our environments. Our work includes design and control of fault-tolerant humanoid robots to ensure the safety of both robots and humans and appropriate modification of our environments to facilitate the efficient and effective use of robots.
We develop collaborative robots that interact naturally with humans through a variety of communication links. Our attention focuses primarily on developing the perceptual and intellectual abilities of robots for effective human interaction.
- Distributed Autonomous Robotic Systems，Nak Young Chong, Young-Jo Cho，Springer，2015
- Networking Humans, Robots, and Environments，Nak Young Chong，Bentham Science，2013，228
- Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence in Robotics: Sensing, Representation, and Action, Part II, Journal of Intelligent Service Robotics，Fulvio Mastrogiovanni, Nak Young Chong，Springer，2013
- Online Boundary Estimation in Partially Observable Environments Using a UAV，Abdullah Al Redwan Newaz, Sungmoon Jeong, Nak Young Chong，Journal of Intelligent & Robotic Systems，90，3-4，505-514，2017/10/02
- UAV-based Multiple Source Localization and Contour Mapping of Radiation Fields，A.A. Redwan Newaz, S. Jeong, H. Lee, H. Ryu, and N.Y. Chong，Robotics and Autonomous Systems，85，12-25，2016/8
- Fast Radiation Mapping and Unknown Multiple Sources Localization using Topographic Contour Map and Incremental Density Estimation，Abdullah Al Redwan Newaz, Sungmoon Jeong, Hosun LEE, Hyejeong Ryu, Nak Young Chong，Proc. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation，2016/05/17
◇Lectures and Presentations
- Culturally Competent Robots for Elderly Care，Nak Young Chong，SICE Annual Conference Workshop on Culture Aware Robotic Assitance foe the Elderly，Kanazawa，2017/09/19
- Culture Aware Robots and Environmental Sensor Systems for Elderly Support，Nak Young Chong，EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation Webinar 104 Paving the Way to Culturally Competent Robots: The CARESSES Project，Brussels, Belgium，2017/10/10
- Culture Aware Robotics，Nak Young Chong，Invited Seminar at Korea University，Seoul, Korea，2017/06/15
◇Academic Society Affiliations
- IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters，Editor，2015-
- 2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation，Program Committee Member，2013-2013
- International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intelligence，Program Co-Chair，2013-2013
- Northwestern University，Visiting Scholar，2001/11/26 - 2002/01/25
- Korea Association of Robotics，Member of Technical Committee，2002/01/01 -
- Fujitsu Scientific System Colloquium，Co-chair, Robotics Working Group，2004/04/01 - 2006/03/31
■Academic Awards Received
- THE CAMBRIDGE CERTIFICATE for Outstanding Engineering Achievement，The International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England，2012
- International Engineer of the Year 2012，The International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England，2012
- Best Paper Award，7th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots and Ambient Intelligence，2010