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RESEARCH


수정 시작점( <-- 지우지마세요 )

Building Construction Cluster consists of three individual labs. 



  Building Informatics Group (BIG)  

Director | Ghang LEE | glee@yonsei.ac.kr |   http://big.yonsei.ac.kr



We members of the Building Informatics Group (BIG) define “high-tech” as a technology that enables faster, cheaper, better, and more fool-proof production. In order to achieve this

“high-tech” level, BIG mainly researches the development of new construction technology, information, and resource management during a building’s life cycle, using state-of-the-art IT technology. Therefore, to improve productivity and economics of construction, BIG puts the most effort toward perception of the construction industry as high-tech, not as labor oriented low-tech.


Main Research Areas

> Construction information management

> BIM (Building Information Modeling)

> Interoperability

> Automation in construction

> Panelization and construction of complex building skins


  Internet of Things (IoT) based SUStainable COnstruction Management (i-SUSCOM) Laboratory  

Director | Taehoon HONG | hong7@yonsei.ac.kr |   http://isuscom.yonsei.ac.kr/

SUSCOM Lab. in Department of Architectural Engineering of Yonsei University has been established in 2009. To further extend the research area in accordance with recent research trends, SUSCOM Lab. has been renewed and changed its name to IoT-based SUSCOM (i-SUSCOM) Lab. in 2017. i-SUSCOM Lab., with Prof. Hong as a research director, focuses on the research area of sustainable construction techniques and construction management skills by integrating IoT techniques. These efforts aim to solve the problems related to climate change, environmental pollution and depletion of resources from the life cycle perspective of construction business with improved efficiency and minimum human intervention. In order to meet both academic and practical research needs for IoT-based sustainable and systematic construction management, i-SUSCOM Lab. not only concentrates on profound investigations on economic, environmental, and social impacts imposed during the life cycle of the construction project but also develops decision support models and smart devices for an effective construction management using various innovative IoT techniques. This laboratory aims to be a leading research laboratory of IoT-based sustainable construction management, which can provide innovative and valuable green construction management technology and system worldwide.

Main Research Areas

> Human-Building Interaction

> Building Energy Management

> Renewable Energy

> Life cycle cost & Life cycle assessment

> Simulation

> Data mining


  Innovative Construction Management (ICM) Laboratory  

Director | Youngcheol Kang |



Innovative Construction Management (ICM) Laboratory studies various managerial issues related to the effective delivery of construction projects. Specifically, the lab studies 1) the adoption/implementation of new technologies, policies, and processes in the life cycle of a project, 2) the quantification of its impacts, and 3) development of best practices maximizing its benefits. These issues are investigated with various units of analysis from industry-level to individual-level.


Main Research Areas 

> Performance Measure and Benchmarking

> Information Technology Implementation

> Productivity

> Integration (Integrated Project Delivery, Information Integration, etc.)

> Safety

> Front End Planning (Pre-Project Planning)

> Sustainability

> Project Delivery Method

> Various Human Factors for Better Construction






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