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Department of Software, College of Information Science: Basic Research Lab Support Project for 2022

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  • 작성일 22.06.10

Hallym University College of Information Sciences, Department of Software, Professor Team, Selected as Basic Research Lab Support Project for 2022


- Research on digital forensic source technology to identify autonomous vehicle control subjects
- Expectation of new autonomous vehicle forensic technology


< Photo description: (Left) Professor Hou Jong Uk, Kwak Byung-il, Kim Taewoon, Jung Soyi >


□ Hallym University professor team of the Department of Software was selected for the Basic Research Laboratory (BRL) in 2022 supported by the Ministry of Science and ICT and operated and managed by the National Research Foundation of Korea. 


□ The basic research lab support project supported by the Ministry of Science and ICT and the National Research Foundation aims to strengthen the national basic research capacity by supporting small basic research groups with a focus on specific research topics. 


□ With this project selection, the research team of the “Autonomous Vehicle Forensics Lab” consisting of Professor Hou Jong Uk (Director of Research), Professor Kwak Byung-il, Professor Kim Taewoon, and Professor Jung Soyi of the Department of Software will receive a total of 1.375 billion won in research funding until February 2025.


Autonomous driving is a technology that includes all of the level 1 driver assistance technology to level 5 full automation, and the driving paradigm change through this is making it more diversified and difficult to analyze the types of vehicle accidents.
 
 □ Also, clear identification of the driver in the event of an autonomous vehicle accident is a crucial issue that will determine technology trust and industrial stability beyond the liability issue, but there has been no development of digital forensic technology for this purpose.
 
 □ The research team at Hallym University will present original forensic issues and requirements related to the identification of autonomous vehicle control subjects, and will develop new autonomous driving forensic source technology through in-depth joint research on video forensics, driving pattern profiling, and V2X -based forensic technology.
 
 □ Research Director Professor Hou Jong Uk said, “ Behind the convenience of autonomous driving technology, there are complex driving data and decision-making algorithms, making it difficult to analyze accidents and establish regulations. We will pave the way for a new autonomous vehicle forensic technology that encompasses communication information,” he said.



The original article can be viewed here on Hallym main Korean website.