Song, Kihwan (Research Professor)
Approaching the human and nature relationship with a humanities and ecological engineering perspective, and to be Ecological Landscape Architecture Modeler that implements landscape simulation model considering spatial-time based on the resilience and system thinking.
Tae, Jong Wook (Ph.D. Candidate)
Overseas Expansion in Landscape Construction
Kim, Min (Research Professor )
Her research interests include the relationship between community resilience and designed landscapes especially in the coastal social-ecological system. The recent project that I am involved in developed resilient coastal green infrastructure (CGI) design for sustaining landscape performance base on planting design simulation.
Seok, Young Sun (Ph.D. Candidate)
Ecological Restoration, Resilient Landscape, Coastal Resilience, ecosystem
Kim, Chang Gyu (Ph.D. Candidate)
Ecotourism, Resilience of wildlife habitat, Ecological restoration
Roh, Hee Young (Ph.D. Candidate)
Resilient Landscape, Green Infrastructure, Citizen Participation, Local Governance
Ahn, In Suk (Ph.D. Candidate)
Song, Kyu Sung (Ph.D. Candidate)
He is interested in fine dust reduction using green infrastructure for the urban vulnerable groups and IoT technology for plant management.
Choi, Ho Jun (MS Student)
The main concern is to study climate change adaptation plans that can reduce disasters in urban areas. In addition, it aims to improve the sustainability of the urban social ecosystem by reducing carbon emissions in the city.
Choi, Jang Yong (MS Student)
Yoon, Sang Heon (MS Student)
National Park, Universal Design
Cho, Jun Hyeong (MS Student)
Bournas Ektor (MS Student)
Resilient landscape, urban regeneration
Kim, Hyeon Gyeong (MS Student)
Oh, Joo Hee (MS Student)
Kim, Seong Won (MS Student)
Kim, Hyeon Joong (MS Student)
Song, Myung Hoon (MS Student)
Kim, Bo Gyung (MS Student)
To manage urban resilience from an integrated perspective and solve complex disasters and inequality through ecological methods, it is important to take a holistic approach that considers the interconnectedness of urban systems and their relationship with the environment.
Key approach: Nature-based Solutions,
Bae, Ga Ram (MS Student)
Resiliant and systainable green infrastructure based on ecological system
Tae, Mi Kyeong (MS Student)
Main interests are 3way three-dimensional data for urban ecosystem resilience, climate change, and carbon reduction.
Kim, Ji Woo (MS Student)
Managing resilent ecosystems especially in the green belt, relationship between people and nature
Seo, Jeong Min (MS Student)
Environmental management, ecological health recovery, and ecosystem service promotion of river and lake waterfront spaces using nature-based solutions.
Won, Dae Han (MS Student)
Climate change, Resilience