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human-drone interaction, human-swarm interaction, connected autonomous vehicles


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Personal profile


Dr. Chung is currently a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the Monash University . His research interests include model predictive control (MPC) theory and application, autonomous miniature flyers, semi-infinite optimization problems, autonomous connected vehicles, human-drone interaction, flying drones in confined spaces, and medical diagnosis from patient motion data. Before he joined Monash, he worked in BErkeley AeRobot(BEAR) project from 2000 to 2009 as a PhD student and then a postdoctoral researcher. He is currently supervising two student teams, Monash Unmanned Aerial Systems (MUAS) and Monash Connected Autonomous Vehicles (MCAV). 

Research area keywords

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • autonomous vehicles
  • Remote Sensing Technology


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