2006
The 2nd Korea-Sweden Workshop on
Intelligent Systems for Societal Challenges of the 21st Century
   

Contents

 


Overview

As the return workshop, this workshop continues further interactions between Sweden and Korea participants in the direction set by the first workshop in Stockholm and move forward from what was done. Same as the first meeting, we may group individual participants into two: professor group and doctoral student group, for better discussions before final integration. The subject of discussions include 1) identification of topics for possible research collaboration or joint research, 2) exchange of students, post docs, and professors, 3) identification of methods for collaboration in teaching/training, 4) organization of joint events such as international competitions, seminars/workshops, symposiums, etc. However, in the return workshop, it is expected to see the development of more concrete ideas of and possible match-makings for the partnership between Sweden and Korea side in the aforementioned categories of collaboration.

Special Thanks

My special thanks to the Korea Science and Engineering Foundation and Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education for their generous support for this workshop.

Participants

Prof. Sukhan Lee, Sungkyunkwan Univ., KOR (General Chair)
Prof. Il Hong Suh, Hanyang Univ., KOR (Program Chair)
Prof. Suk Hwan Suh, POSTECH, KOR
Prof. Doo Yong Lee, KAIST, KOR
Prof. Jun Seong Kim, Chungang Univ., KOR
Prof. Anton Shiriaev, Umea Univ., Sweden,SWE
Prof. Henrik Christensen, KTH/STINT, SWE
Prof. Lars Asplund, Malardalen Univ., SWE
Prof. Patrick Doherty, Linkoping Univ.,SWE
Prof. Rolf Johansson, Lund Univ., SWE

Schedule

1st day : 16th November 2006

 

Time

 

Content

 

Presenter

 

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Opening Remarks

 

STINT and KOSEF Representatives

 

~

 

Overview Presentation

 

(Including The Summary Reports of The First Workshop)

 

Henrik Christensen & Sukhan Lee

 

Coffee Break

 

Time

 

Content

 

Parallel Programme for Juniors

 

10:00 ~ 12:30

 

Presentation of White Paper Proposals by Individual Faculties (15 min. per faculty)

 

Presentation of the same White Paper Proposals by Individual Students  (15 min. per student)

 

Lunch ( ~ )

 

~

 

Time for Individual Faculty and His Student

 

to Combine Their Interest in Collaboration

 

~

 

Presentation of Potential Collaboration Items from The Presented White Paper Proposals by Individual Faculties (8 min. per faculty)

 

Coffee Break

 

~

 

Organization of the Sweden-Korea Joint Teams for Collaboration

 

Poster Presentation of On-going Research by Students

 

Movement

 

~

 

                    Banquet

 

 



2nd day : 17th November 2006

 

Time

 

Content

 

Parallel Programme for Juniors

 

~

 

Preparation of Team Report ( Writing of Joint Proposals by Individual Teams)

 

Tour of Local Labs

 

Coffee Break

 

~

 

Presentation of Team Report

 

(5 min. per team)

 

Lunch ( ~ )

 

~

 

Summary and Future Plan

 

~

 

Guided Tour of Historic Sites

 

Movement

 

~

 

Dinner Cruise through the Han River

 

 



List of proposed proposals

#NameInstitutionPartTitleFiles
1Anton ShiriaevUmea UniversityR - Feedback control algorithms for complex mechanical systems
- Off-line and on-line motion planning algorithms (including SLAM)
- Process visualization/manipulation via virtual reality (VR) environment and multimodal user interaction (e.g. wired glove, force-feedback devices) as well as process visualization/manipulation over any kind of communication network (e.g. internet)
- Methods and algorithms for sensor fusion.
T - 2 weeks full-time course covering a particular research area including lab sessions
2Il Hong SuhHanyang UnivR - Building Knowledge System for robot intelligence
- Ontology-based Unified Robot Knowledge (OUR-K) Framework
- Design and Test of H-IC components for Perception, Action, and Understanding
3Jun Seong KimChungang UnivR - design and implementation of a video sensor platform
- intelligent surveillance for home network environment
- development of habitual service predictor
- emergence alert services for u-Safe
- monitoring services for elderly persons or patients
- push services for typical information
- seamless streaming services
4Lars AsplundMalardalen UniversityR - VSLAM using System-on-Chip based vision
- Autonomous mobile platform for industrial robots
- Joint Robocup Team
T - Runestone cooperation in 15 ECTS project course
5Patrick DohertyLinkoping UniversityR - Hybrid System Architectures
- Automated Planning Techniques
- Knowledge Representation
- Robotics (UAVs)
6Patric JensfeldtKTHR - Research on Human-Augmented Mapping
- Research on Visual SLAM
- Hardware at KTH relevant to proposals
7Rolf JohanssonLund UniversityR - Real-time force control and planning for bimanual robotic tasks
- Software architecture for haptic interfaces in medical or industrial applications
- Biomedical simulation methodologies and technologies
- Tissue modeling for haptic interaction between vein and catheter
- Tissue and organ modeling for haptic interaction in ERCP simulation ---(** ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-pancreatography)
- Learning and Adaptation in planning in mechatronic devices
- Further details can be given by Prof. Doo Yong Lee, KAIST, or Rolf Johansson, Lund University
8Doo Yong LeeKAISTR Same as upper contents
9Suk Hwan SuhPOSTECHR - Unified data model for ubiquitously-interfaced comprehensive product lifecycle information for machine tool systems
- New services (scenario, methodology/algorithm, data interface architecture) upgrading value of machine tool systems throughout the entire lifecycle
- Interoperability methods for ontology/view integration and mapping between unified data model and service application systems
- Proactive business process & knowledge management
- Prototype systems based on the data model and new services
T - Short term exchange program : During the vacation (2 month), sending PhD candidate to the other laboratory for a joint research
- Long tern exchange program : During the semester (6 month), sending PhD candidate to the other laboratory for a joint research
R:Research collaboration / T:Teaching & training collaboration


Organizer

BK21 IT-HRD Center, ICE, Sungkyunkwan University
Advanced IT Education Program on Industrial Demand, Hanyang University


Co-Organizer

The 21st Century Frontier Research Program on Intelligent Robots


Sponsor

Korea Science and Engineering Foundation
Swedish Foundation for Intl Cooperation in Research and Higher Education


Contact

Yeon-Chool Park(Ph.D.), Research Professor.
Intelligent Systems Research Center
Sungkyunkwan University
300 Cheoncheon-dong, Jangan-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do 440-746, Korea
Phone : +82-31-299-6473
Fax: +82-31-299-6466
E-mail : fearhope@gmail.com