Opto-Electro-Robotics Lab.


 We are looking for dedicated graduate students and postdocs for Opto-electro-structural lab, Department of Aerospace Engineering, KAIST. Our projects are multidisciplinary, related to the application of laser ultrasound technologies, wireless sensing network (WSN), and optical fiber sensors technologies to the non-destructive test and evaluation (NDT&E) and structural health management (SHM) of important engineering structures, such as wind turbines, space launch vehicles, nuclear power plants, and aircrafts. However, the applicant’s background is never limited to these fields. All the projects are applications based with supports from the industries or government, and have great potential to be commercialized. If you are highly motivated, we want to invite you to join our research team.

Applicant Background:
  • Mechatronics, Electrical, Electronics, Signal/image processing, Embedded system (Microcontroller/FPGA),
  • Wireless Sensing Network, Programming (C/C++, LabVIEW), Mechatronics, Aeronautics, Aerospace,
  • Mechanical engineering and/or Materials background.
  • Minimum English requirement: PBT 560, CBT 220, iBT 83, IELTS 6.5, TEPS 599, TOEIC 720 or higher.
  • Minimum CGPA during undergraduate: 3.0 / 4.0.
  • Top ranked domestic and international school in the applicants’ country
Financial Supports and Benefits:
  • Graduate student: Full support of tuition fee + Starting monthly stipend KRW 700,000 for master course; KRW / 1,080,000 for PhD course (after tax deduction).
  • Annual salary: 35,000,000 KRW (before KAIST pension, personal pension, retirement allowance deposit, tax deduction) for postdoc.
  • Increment depending on research achievement.
  • Office utensils supported, including PC, furniture, stationary, etc.
Application or Enquiry:
  • The selected applicant will be engaged in Department of Aerospace Engineering as a graduate student.
  • Required documents:
Detail resume with a recent photo, copies of academic certificates and English test result, one A4 page
statement-of-purpose (your personality, motivation to join this field of study, reasons of application and
personal goals, future plan after your graduation, etc).
  • For the post-doctorate applicant, the minimum workable period should be addressed in the resume.
  • Send application or enquiry to oeslab.kaist@gmail.com
  • Please send along with your other required documents.
  • Application due date: 8th March 2015 for graduate student and anytime for postdoc (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted).

J. R. LEE, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Aerospace Engineering (http://oesl.kaist.ac.kr/)
KAIST, South Korea.
Manager of LANL-CBNU Engineering Institute-Korea, Jeonju, Korea
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공지 광전구조연구실 2017년 9월 입학 박사과정 모집 2016.10.07
21 Keynote Speech in ASHMCS 2016 file 2016.08.25
20 SARES Awards winners file 2016.08.09
19 Seung-Chan Hong KSCM Best paper award file 2016.06.16
18 이정률 교수, SARES Young Scientist Award 수상 file 2016.06.16
17 Appearance of “Long range dual scanning UPI in Smart Hangar” as the cover image of KSNVE Vol. 26 N0. 3 file 2016.05.20
16 이정률 교수팀, Boeing 기초연구 과제 선정 file 2016.05.02
15 Ceremony of MOU on collaboration of Aircraft Maintenance Technology between RoKAF ATRI - KAIST AE file 2016.05.02
14 New experimental room and office file 2016.04.27
13 이정률 교수님, SHM-IJ ASSOCIATE EDITOR로 선정 file 2016.02.17
12 OESL publications reached 1000 citations according to Research Gate file 2016.01.20
11 이정률 교수님 연구팀 보잉(Boeing)과 정보보호협약(PIA) 체결 (2016.01.09) file 2016.01.13
10 이정률 교수님 2015년 KSCM 신진학술상 수상 file 2015.12.24
9 Open KAIST 2015 (2015.11.05 ~ 06) file 2015.11.10
8 LDV_UPI Prototype Live Demo in IEEE Sensors 2015 Conference file 2015.11.04
7 IEEE Sensors 2015 Invited speech (2015.11.03) file 2015.11.04
6 2015년도 한국복합재료학회 하계 단기강좌 초청강연 file 2015.07.17
5 2015년도 제 2차 ASNT Level III 자격보유자 교육 강연 file 2015.07.17
4 OESL prototypes appreared in KSCM 2015.07.03
3 Opto-Electro-Structural Lab (Journal of KSNVE, Vol.25, No.1) file 2015.03.05
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