Keynote & Plenary Speeches-ICCEMS 2019
Yale University School of Architecture, USA
Title: Emerging Developments in Structural Systems for Tall Buildings
Biography: Dr. Kyoungsun Moon is Associate Professor at Yale University School of Architecture. Prior to joining the Yale faculty, Dr. Moon was an assistant professor of architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received a B.S. in architecture from Seoul National University, an M.Arch. and an M.S.C.E. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with his doctoral dissertation titled “Dynamic Interrelationship between Technology and Architecture in Tall buildings.” Dr. Moon worked as an architect at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill in Chicago, one of the primer tall building design firms, and the Republic of Korea Navy.
Dr. Moon’s primary research area is integration between the
art and science/technology of architecture, with a focus on
tall buildings. His enduring interest lies in viewing
architecture from a synthetic perspective that includes
rigorous technology research and a deep interest in design.
Dr. Moon’s research projects include “Sustainable Structural
Design of Tall Buildings” sponsored by the Hines Research
Fund for Advanced Sustainability in Architectural Design and
“Structural Systems for Complex-Shaped Tall Buildings”
supported by Korea Institute of Construction and
Transportation Technology Evaluation and Planning.
Dr. Moon’s research articles on tall buildings have appeared in scholarly journals such as The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings, Engineering Structures, Journal of Architectural Engineering, Architectural Science Review and International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban Development. Dr. Moon has also presented many research papers on tall buildings in relevant international conferences including the 8th CTBUH World Congress in Dubai and CTBUH 2011 World Conference in Seoul. He is the guest editor of the special issue on Tall Buildings of the journal Buildings.
Dr. Moon is a licensed architect in the U.S., and a member of the CTBUH and ASCE Committee on Tall Buildings in which he is the co-chair of the subcommittee on the state of the art technologies for tall buildings. As a teacher, Dr. Moon taught tall building design studios at the School of Architecture of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for three years. Since he joined the Yale faculty in 2008, he has taught a tall building design seminar course titled “Structures and Façades for Tall Buildings.”
Prof. C. W. Lim
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Title: The Effect of Static Magnetic Field on Thermo-Acoustic Radiation Using Free-standing Nano-Thin Films
Biography: Dr. Lim obtained a B.Eng. (1989) in Mechanical Engineering (Aeronautics) from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), a M.Eng. (1992) in Mechanical Engineering from National University of Singapore (NUS) and a PhD (1995) in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. From 1995 to 1997, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Queensland, Australia. He was later appointed as a Research Fellow at Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Hong Kong from December 1997. In February 2000, he joined Department of Building and Construction, City University of Hong Kong as an Assistant Professor and later promoted as an Associate Professor in February 2003. He is also a Guest Professor of Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) since March 2006.
Dr. Lim is a fellow of International Biography Association, Cambridge, England since 2000. He is a member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Acoustical Society if America (ASA) and Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE. he is also a member of The Hong Kong Institution of Mechanical Engineers (HKIE) and a Registered Professional Engineer (RPE). He has been listed in Marquis Who's Who in the World, Dictionary of International Biography and Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering. Among the awards Dr. Lim has obtained are Best Academic Performance Medal in Mechanical Engineering (Aero) in 1989, University of Queensland Postdoctoral Fellowship (1996-97), University of Hong Kong Research Fellowship (1998-2000).
Dr. Lim has published a book on Symplectic Elasticity, more than 130 refereed technical papers and more than 60 international conference papers. His publications have attracted more than 850 independent citations in refereed international journals, numerous technical notes, international conferences papers and research theses since 1993. He is the Associate Editor (Asia-Pacific Region) for Advances in Vibration Engineering, and on the editorial board of three other international journals, as well as in the International Advisory Committee of numerous other international conferences. He has attracted more than 20 research grants as Principal Investigator and others as Associate Investigator since 1995. He also acts as a reviewer for books published by John Wiley & Sons, Kluwer Academic Publishers and for technical papers of more than 40 prestigious international journals.
Thammasat University, Thailand
Title: Natural Rubber-Based Biodegradable Packaging
Biography: Prof. Cattaleeya Pattamaprom was born on September 7, 1973. Prof. Cattaleeya achieved a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. A M.S. in Chemical Engineering from University of Michigan, USA. And a PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of Michigan, USA. Now, Prof. Cattaleeya is an associate professor at Department of Chemical Engineering, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus, Thailand. Her research areas contain: Polymers, Natural rubber, Nanocomposites, Electrospinning of nanofiber, Rheology, Constitutive theory of polymer melts.
National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Title: Applications of UAS-Obtained Thermal Images for Vegetation Coverage Ratio Monitoring of Mudstone Areas
Biography: Dr Chien-Yuan Chen is a Professor and Chairman at the Department of Civil and Water Resources Engineering, National Chiayi University, Taiwan ROC. He holds MSc in Geotechnical Engineering from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, and PhD in Geotechnical Engineering from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA, in 2001. He has over 15 years of academic and research experience. He published over 50 peer-reviewed research conference and journal papers.
His present academic roles include: Editor of Landslides (SCI), Associate Editor of the International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET, ISSN: 1793-8236, EI inspec); Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Knowledge Engineering, ISSN: 2382-6185. Also, he is member of the Disaster Management Society of Taiwan and The Chinese Soil and Water Conservation Society (CSWCS); and reviewer for more than 15 international journals. His research is focused on the disaster prevention management and system, disaster prevention education, debris flow and landslide hazards prevention and mitigation, geotechnical engineering, GIS application and numerical modeling.
McGill University, Canada
Title: In Situ Evaluation of Concrete Transport Properties Using Surface Resistivity
Biography: Dr. Boyd obtained a BScEng from the University of New Brunswick (1993), an MASc from the University of Toronto (1995), and a PhD from the University of British Columbia (2001), all in Civil Engineering. He joined the Department of Civil Engineering at McGill University in 2006, after serving on the faculty in the University of Florida Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering for six years. He is a registered professional engineer in Canada, was named a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute in 2008, and currently chairs the nondestructive testing committees of both ACI and ASTM. Prof. Boyd's research interests lie in the areas of construction materials and sustainability, particularly as they relate to transportation infrastructure. Specific fields of research include durability, nondestructive testing & evaluation, standards & specifications, repair & rehabilitation, recycling, and hazardous waste reduction & mitigation.