Prof. Jemin Lee Wins Haedong Young Engineering Researcher Award of KICS
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Professor Jemin Lee of the Department of Information and Communication Engineering of DGIST won the KICS Haedong Young Engineering Researcher Award, conferred by the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences (KICS), which is the largest academic institute of Korea, in recognition of her outstanding achievement in the areas of next-generation wireless communication system and security network technology.
△ Professor Jemin Lee, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, DGIST
Professor Lee, who has been engaged in the study of next-generation wireless communication system and security network technology, published 49 SCI level papers, including 33 papers published in JCR’s most excellent top 10% journals. Also, in recognition of the excellence of her research achievements, she won the ‘IEEE ComSoc Asia/Pacific Outstanding Young Researcher Award’ in 2014, ‘Asia-Pacific Outstanding Paper Award’ in 2017, and ‘Young Author Best Paper Award’ in 2020.
Prof. Lee said, “I am quite pleased with the award,” and added, “I will continue my research to deliver great results including research on 6G communication technology area I am currently working on.”
Meanwhile, the Haedong Young Engineering Researcher Award is given to outstanding individuals in electronic engineering and other related fields in Korea, by the Haedong Science and Culture Foundation which is founded by the late CEO Kim Jeong-sik of Daeduck Electronics Co., Ltd. The award was held for the 29th time since its first award in 1990. The award section was expanded in 2005 to four more academic societies, including the Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences, the Korean Microelectronics and Packaging Society, and National Academy of Engineering of Korea.