Who we are
Mirsalar started in Fall 2017, and he is a PhD Candidate. He received his M.Sc. in structural engineering from Istanbul Technical University. He performs cutting-edge multidisciplinary research on rapid and automated perception techniques, including digital twinning and point cloud segmentation using large-scale visual data. His main recreational activities include kayaking and golfing.
Jaeyoon is a PhD student at Texas A&M, joined this lab from Spring 2019. He received his bachelor in Civil, Architectural Engineering & Landscape Architecture and M.Sc. in Geotechnical Engineering from Sunkyunkwan University. His research interests are digital twin smart city, disaster management, participatory sensing, computer vision.
Jin Sol Lee
Jin Sol is a PhD student at Texas A&M since Fall 2020. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Hanyang University, Korea and M.Sc in Architecture and Architectural Engineering from Seoul National University, Korea. His research interests are construction robots, tele-operation, and smart construction.
Yoojun is a PhD student since Fall 2021. He received his bachelor/master’s degrees in Architectural Engineering from Inha University in South Korea. His research interests include computer vision, UAV, and deep learning applications across construction engineering domains.
Miran is a PhD student since Fall 2022. She studied Architectural Engineering (B.S.) at Korea University and Construction Management (M.S.) at the University of Washington in Seattle. She has a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) AP of BD+C (Buiding Design+Construction) certificate. She has work experience in the Building Construction field, the construction management for the Garrison Relocation Program of the U.S. Army Corps in South Korea.
Ruchita started pursuing MS in construction management in Fall 2021, with an Undergraduate Degree in Civil Engineering from Gujarat Technological University in India. She joined this lab and participating in Smart City Project from Fall 2021. She uses the experience gained through her internships at Larsen and Toubro, Bullet Train Project(MAHSR), South West Central Commercial Hub to refine her research and develop new world solutions. Her research interests comprise Smart City modeling, Design Thinking, and Multidisciplinary approach towards Construction Sciences. When not at the Lab, you can find her socializing with people and listening to podcasts.
Nathan Read is an undergraduate computer science student who has been a part of the Smart Cities project since 2019. He is interested in all aspects of Software Development with a particular focus on databases and cyber security. When he is not writing code, you can find him lifting weights or barbecuing.
Yung-Hsin Tung is an undergraduate majoring in Architectural Engineering/Computer Science at Texas A&M University. Since 2019, she has been working with Dr. Ham. Yung-Hsin's work is focused on virtual reality and acoustic simulation and she has an interest in the built environment.
Nicole joined the Lab in July 2021 as an Undergraduate Researcher. She is currently pursuing her B.S. in Architectural Engineering at Texas A&M University with a minor in Urban Planning. Her research interests consist of smart buildings and sustainable construction.