Who we are
Jaeyoon is a PhD candidate at Texas A&M University. 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.
Di Liu is a PhD student at Texas A&M University. Previously, Di worked as an assistant project manager in the architectural design industry. She received an M.Arch degree from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Engineering degree with a major in architecture from Central South University, China. Di has research interests in human-centric building simulation, virtual reality, parametric design, and sustainable architecture. Di enjoys volunteering, cooking, at-home workouts, and drawing.
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.
Yeon is a PhD student at Texas A&M University. She received her bachelor in Architectural Engineering from Seoul National University in South Korea. Her research interests are safety management, worker behavior, and computer vision.
Parth is a graduate student who began pursuing his masters in Construction Management from Fall 2021. He received his bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Pandit Deendayal Energy University, India. Previously, he has worked as an Engineer at Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Technology Services. He was involved in the field of plant engineering and structural design in the domain of Oil, Gas and Chemicals. His research interests lie in smart construction using AI & VR, development of smart city and infrastructure aimed at solving modern day construction problems and challenges. When not in lab you can find him spending time in nature & playing badminton. He enjoys travelling and indulging in recreational activities.
Samraat is a graduate student majoring in computer science at Texas A&M University. Previously, he received his B.Sc in Computer Engineering from University at Buffalo. His primary research interests include sketch-based modeling, rendering, computational topology, and virtual reality.
Pavan is a graduate student in Computer Engineering. He received his Bachelor of Technology from GITAM University, India majoring in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Post his bachelor, he has started working as Cloud Native Application Developer for TATA Consultancy Services Ltd, India for the period of 2.5 years and worked as Cloud and backend engineer in Infosys Ltd, for nearly 1 year. His primary research interests include Parallel Computing, Cloud Computing, Machine Learning and Neural Networks. He loves playing chess and travelling in free time.
Justin is a graduate student at Texas A&M since Fall 2022. He received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. His research interests are smart construction, thermal comfort, and green infrastructure.
Aarthi is a graduate student pursuing her Master's in Computer Engineering since Fall 2022. She completed her bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communication from SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, India. After her Bachelor's degree, she worked in Tata Consultancy Services for nearly 2 years as a Backend cloud developer concentrating on AWS services, Java and Python-based applications. Her research interests include Cloud-based modeling, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. In her leisure time, she enjoys reading books and playing keyboard.
Dr. Seulbi Lee (Post Doc)
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Architecture & Urban Design, Incheon National University, South Korea
Dr. Jeehee Lee (Post Doc)
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA
Dr. Hongjo Kim (Post Doc)
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University, South Korea
Dr. Mirsalar Kamari (PhD)
Current Position: Assistant Professor, School of Construction and Design, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Dr. Jinwoo Kim (Visiting PhD student)
Current Position: Assistant Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Aswin Jacob Thomas (MS)
Current Position: Software Development Engineer, Amazon
Kajal Matanchhea Shrestha (MS)
Current Position: Project Engineer, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction
Angeela Shrestha (MS)
Current Position: Junior Estimator, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction
Reema Abraham (MS)
Current Position: Project Analyst, Turner & Townsend
Yogesh Naik (MS)
Current Position: Assistant Superintendent, Turner Construction Company
Michelle Chavez Abril (MS)
Current Position: Assistant Project Manager, Thornton Construction Company
JongWook Jeon (MS)
Current Position: BIM Specialist, HAEAHN Architecture
JaeHyuk Lee (MS)
Current Position: Program Controls Manager, Akaria Hanmi for Project Management
Yung-Hsin Tung (BS)
Current Position: Graduate Student, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Jingdi Zhang (BS)
Current Position: Graduate Student, Computer Science, Texas A&M University