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Kim, Gun (김건)

Department
Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학과)
Website
http://smis.unist.ac.kr
Lab
Smart Materials and Intelligent Structures Lab. (건설 신소재 지능 구조 랩)
Research Keywords
스마트 센서, 스마트 재료, 음화학, AI를 이용한 구조물 건전성 평가 및 관리, 초음파, 음향학, 건설 신소재 개발, Smart Sensors, Smart Materials, AI-based Structural Health Management, Ultrasound, Acoustics, Multifunctional Polymers
Research Interests
The mission of the Smart Materials and Intelligent Structures (SMIS) Laboratory is to design adaptive structural components/systems for next-generation urban infrastructure, which possess unprecedented properties and functionalities. Our research in the SMIS Lab is thus directed towards advancing multi-disciplinary knowledge at the crossroads between ultrasonics, dynamics/mechanics, chemistry, and bioengineering, with the particular goal of developing a new sensing material that can seamlessly interact with structures and environments. At the intersections of these fields, we develop a unique set of ultrasonic tools capable of not only quantifying the current state of damage evolution in solid materials, but also stimulating molecules, and biological cells in soft materials.
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2020-02Characterization of orthotropic nature of cleavage planes in granitic rockKim, Gun; Jang, Jaewon; Kim, Kwang Yeom, et alARTICLE16 Characterization of orthotropic nature of cleavage planes in granitic rock
2019-05High-intensity focused ultrasound-induced mechanochemical transduction in synthetic elastomersKim, Gun; Lau, Vivian M.; Halmes, Abigail J., et alARTICLE16 High-intensity focused ultrasound-induced mechanochemical transduction in synthetic elastomers
2018-10Nonlinear Rayleigh surface waves to characterize microscale damage due to alkali-silica reaction (ASR) in full-scale, nuclear concrete specimensKim, Gun; Park, Sangyun; Kim, Jin-Yeon, et alARTICLE36 Nonlinear Rayleigh surface waves to characterize microscale damage due to alkali-silica reaction (ASR) in full-scale, nuclear concrete specimens
2018-08In situ nonlinear ultrasonic technique for monitoring microcracking in concrete subjected to creep and cyclic loadingKim, Gun; Loreto, Giovanni; Kim, Jin-Yeon, et alARTICLE25 In situ nonlinear ultrasonic technique for monitoring microcracking in concrete subjected to creep and cyclic loading
2017-06Measuring Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR) Microscale Damage in Large-Scale Concrete Slabs Using Nonlinear Rayleigh Surface WavesKim, Gun; Giannini, Eric; Klenke, Nathan, et alARTICLE28 Measuring Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR) Microscale Damage in Large-Scale Concrete Slabs Using Nonlinear Rayleigh Surface Waves
2017-02Drying shrinkage in concrete assessed by nonlinear ultrasoundKim, Gun; Kim, Jin-Yeon; Kurtis, Kimberly E., et alARTICLE7 Drying shrinkage in concrete assessed by nonlinear ultrasound
2016-01Quantitative evaluation of carbonation in concrete using nonlinear ultrasoundKim, Gun; Kim, Jin-Yeon; Kurtis, Kimberly E., et alARTICLE28 Quantitative evaluation of carbonation in concrete using nonlinear ultrasound
2014-10Air-coupled detection of nonlinear Rayleigh surface waves in concrete-Application to microcracking detectionKim, Gun; In, Chi-Won; Kim, Jin-Yeon, et alARTICLE31 Air-coupled detection of nonlinear Rayleigh surface waves in concrete-Application to microcracking detection
2014-01Blast-induced dynamic response on the interface of a multilayered pipelineWon, Jong Hwa; Kim, Moon Kyum; Kim, Gun, et alARTICLE13 Blast-induced dynamic response on the interface of a multilayered pipeline

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