Dr. Jungwon Kang has started to join in Dr. Gunho Sohn’s research team in the spring, 2017. His research focuses on computer vision and robotics, including artificial intelligence-based perception and SLAM.
Dr. Kang is a part of the 3D Mobile Mapping Artificial Intelligence (3DMMAI) project, which is supported by the NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) Collaborative Research Development (CRD) program and Teledyne Optech in Toronto. He is also a part of ‘OnTRAC: Safe and Robust Obstacle Detection for Autonomous Rail‘ project, which is funded by the OCE and Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Network – AV R&D partnership fund.
J. Kang, K. Park, Z. Arjmandi, G. Sohn, M. Shahbazi and P. Ménard, “Ultra-Wideband Aided UAV Positioning Using Incremental Smoothing with Ranges and Multilateration,” IEEE/RSJ IROS, 2020.
Z. Arjmandi, J. Kang, K. Park and G. Sohn, “Benchmark Dataset of Ultra-wideband Radio based UAV Positioning,” IEEE ITSC, 2020.
K. Park, J. Kang, Z. Arjmandi, M. Shahbazi and G. Sohn, “Multilateration under Flip Ambiguity for UAV Positioning Using Ultrawide-band,” ISPRS Congress, 2020.
K. Zhao, J. Kang, J. Jung and G. Sohn, “Building Extraction from Satellite Images Using Mask R-CNN with Building Boundary Regularization,” CVPR-W, 2018.
C. Ko, J. Kang, G. Sohn, “Deep Multi-task Learning for Tree Genera Classification,” ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium, 2018.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), School of Electrical Engineering, KAIST, South Korea
Master of Sciences (MS), Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, KAIST, South Korea
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), School of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, South Korea
2006 – 2016
2004 – 2016
Research Associate/ Postdoctoral Researcher , GeoICT/ AUSMLab, York University Canada
Postdoctoral Researcher, KAIST Institute for Robotics, Daejeon, South Korea
Intern Scholar, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
April, 2017 – Present
April, 2016- Jan-2017
Jan, 2009 – Sept, 2009
Teaching Assistant, KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea
2005 – 2007