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Korean Industrial Communication Network Expert Seung Ho Hong Visited SIA
Update time: 2012-03-21
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Hanyang University Professor Seung Ho Hong (third from left) visited laboratory (Image by SIA)

Seung Ho Hong, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Hanyang University in the Republic of Korea, visited Shenyang Institute of Automation (SIA), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) during February 14 and 16, 2012. As the guest professor and the high-level foreign expert of China’s State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, Hong made a series of academic reports, named “Bandwidth allocation scheme in industrial networks”, “Building automation and control network” and “USN-based smart gird”, introducing his latest research progress in industrial communication network and smart grid, etc., while making discussions with SIA researchers and graduate students.

Holding a PhD from the Pennsylvania State University in the United States, Hong has over 15 years’ experiences of doing industrial communication network systems research. Professor Hong works in the areas of ubiquitous sensor network, field bus and industrial communication network, building and home network system, and networked automation and control system. He is also heavily involved in the research and development of wireless industrial network and wireless sensor network based AMI/DR in smart grid. He has authored more than 50 papers in many leading academic journals, and also published more than 80 papers in many international academic conferences. Hong is actively involved in international standardization activities, and presently the chairman of Korea national committee of IEC TC65 (Industrial Process Measurement, Control and Automation) and ISO TC184 SC5 (Architectures, communications and integration frameworks).    (Dai Tianjiao)



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