Applied Dynamics & 

Intelligent Prognosis Laboratory

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[2024.07.05] The article entitled "Control-oriented multiphysics model of a lithium-ion battery for thermal runaway estimation under operational and abuse conditions" has been accepted in the Applied Thermal Engineering (I.F.: 6.1, JCR Top 4.7%). Congrats Jun-Hyeong!!!

[2024.07.03Eunchan, Sihyun, and Yunho have been awarded scholarships from LG Electronics. They will receive a $1500 monthly scholarship and will work at LG Electronics after graduation. Congrats!!!

[2024.06.25]  Eunji is awarded the best presentation award from the Korean Federation of Mechanical Engineering Societies. Her presentation at PHM Korea 2023 titled a multiphysics model estimating pressure evolution due to gas formation in lithium-ion batteries during thermal runaway. Congrats!!!

[2024.06.25-26] Great presentation of Eunji and Sihyun at PHM Korea 2024!!!

[2024.06.03-07] International research collaboration with Automotive Research Center on the University of Michigan and Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems on the Mississippi State University!

[2024.06.05] The article entitled "High-fidelity multiphysics model of a permanent magnet synchronous motor for fault data generation" has been accepted in the Journal of Sound and Vibration (I.F.: 4.7, JCR Top 11.3%). Congrats Hyunseung!!!

[2024.05.30] Great presentation of Siheon and Sihyun at 20th World Conference on Non-Destructive Testing!!!

[2024.05.13] The Best ADIP!!!

[2024.05.10] The article entitled "Enhanced immersion cooling using laser-induced graphene for Li-ion battery thermal management" has been accepted in International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer (I.F.: 7.0, JCR Top 4.7%). Great collaboration with Prof. Hyoungsoon Lee!!!

[2024.05.06] The article entitled "Prediction of thermal runaway for a lithium-ion battery through multiphysics-informed DeepONet with virtual data" has been accepted in eTransportation (I.F.: 11.9, JCR Top 1.2%). Congrats Jinho!!!

[2024.05.02] Congratulations to Joonhyeok Moon for being honored with the Best Paper Award at the KSME Spring Conference (CAE and Applied Mechanics) in Jeju, Korea, 2024. This recognition is for his presentation titled "Ensembled Prediction and Heterogeneous Sensor Measurements for Automatic High-Frequency Induction Brazing," originally presented at the KSME Spring Conference 2023 in Busan, Korea. Well-deserved accolades!

[2024.05.01] The ADIP lab has secured research funding from the NRF for the project entitled "Development of Lightweight Structure Optimization Techniques and Control System Core Technologies for Rough Terrain Traversal Platforms Utilizing Lightweight Composite Material and Multiphysic Informed Reinforcement Learning." The allocated budget of $50,000 ($20,000 for the ADIP Lab) spans from May 1st, 2024, to July 31, 2024 (3 months). In the context of this initiative, the ADIP lab collaborates with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology to organize a global project to focus on the core technologies of a mobile robot for rough terrain. 

[2024.04.30] The ADIP lab has secured research funding from the Ministry of the Interior and Safety of South Korea for the project entitled "Development of Intelligent Fire Detection and Sprinkler Facility Technology Accounting for the Characteristics of Logistics Facilities." The allocated budget of $3,184,000 ($590,000 for the ADIP Lab) spans from April 1st, 2024, to December 31, 2026 (45 months). In the context of this initiative, the ADIP lab is dedicated to crafting a fire detection and extinguishing system with a groundbreaking architecture for an object detection neural network. This innovative system is anticipated to secure the safety and reliability of logistics facilities.

[2024.04.25-26] Great presentation of Siheon, Eunji, and Joonhyeok at 2024 International Conference of Applied Nonlinear Dynamics of Multi-Scale Systems!!!

[2024.04.22-23] Visiting Boston Dynamics for the next year collaboration!

[2024.04.22] The ADIP lab has successfully secured research funding from the National Fire Agency for the project entitled "Fire Hazard Analysis and Fire Safety Standards Development for Transportation and Storage Stage of Reuse Battery." With a budget of $7,100,000 ($800,000 for the ADIP Lab) allocated for the period from April 1, 2024, to December 31, 2027, the ADIP lab is focused on developing a multiphysics framework for lithium-ion battery modules and packs. This innovative research grant is expected to secure the fire safety and reliability of reuse batteries.

[2024.03.27] Outstanding contribution award from JMST

[2024.03.22] A patent entitled Fire source Aimed Fire Protection System using Fire Suppression System and Method thereof (10-2651817) is registered. 

[2024.03.12] Collaborative research meeting with Prof. Mingu Kim(HYU), Captain Daniel (US Airforce), and Dr. Richard Yamada (US Office of Naval Research Global)

[2024.03.12] The article entitled "Multiphysics-informed thermal runaway model for estimation of pressure evolution induced by gas formation of a lithium-ion battery" has been accepted in Applied Thermal Engineering (I.F.: 6.4, JCR Top 6.2%). Congrats Eunji!!!

[2024.03.01] The ADIP lab has successfully secured research funding from Hyundai Motor Company for the project entitled "Spot-To-X: Optimization framework of UWB anchor." With a budget of $85,000 allocated for the period from March 1, 2024, to November 30, 2024, the ADIP laboratory is focused on developing an optimization framework for UWB anchors aimed at detecting dynamic objects in blind spots. This innovative cognition system with UWB sensors is expected to deliver crucial information for developing a mobility safety assist system.

[2024.02.29] The ADIP lab has secured research funding from Hyundai Motor Company for the project titled "Development of NVH performance prediction method for drive motor housings via ML." The allocated budget of $85,000 spans from March 1st, 2024, to February 28, 2025. In the context of this initiative, the ADIP laboratory is dedicated to crafting a groundbreaking architecture for multiphysics-informed neural networks specifically designed for drive motor housings. This innovative neural network is anticipated to offer valuable insights for creative design and control solutions.

[2024.02.28] The ADIP lab has obtained research funding from LG Electronics for the project titled "Development of a video-based AI platform for production process experts." The approved budget of $66,000 covers the period from March 1, 2024, to November 30, 2024. Within the scope of this endeavor, the ADIP laboratory is committed to creating an innovative image and video AI platform, incorporating features such as autolabeling, self-supervised learning, and meta-learning tailored for expert systems in production processes. This user-friendly and efficient platform is expected to provide design solutions for creative design and automation.

[2024.02.28] Kick-off meeting for the project titled Spot-To-X (detailed content). 

[2024.02.27] R&D workshop for the project titled Development of Advanced Live-line Maintenance Teleoperated Robot System for Overhead.

[2024.02.24] The article entitled "Autonomous flight strategy of an unmanned aerial vehicle with multimodal information for autonomous inspection of over-head transmission facilities" has been accepted in Computer-aided civil and infrastructure engineering (I.F.: 9.6, JCR Top 1.8%). Congrats Munsu!!!

[2024.01.31] Scientific Machine Learning Workshop: Phyiscs-informed Neural network

[2024.01.30] The article entitled "Automatic high-frequency induction brazing through an ensembled detection with heterogenous sensor measurements" has been accepted in Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing (I.F.:8.3, JCR Top 15.5%). Congrats Joonhyeok!!!

[2024.01.26] The first lab seminar@2024!!!

[2024.01.19] A patent entitled Fire source Aimed Fire Protection System for Rapid Fire Suppression (10-2024-0008664) is applied for. 

[2024.01.17] Design entitled Automatic fire extinghuishing apparatus FIREBOT (30-2024-0001998) is applied for.