Dae Won Kim

Associate Professor
Aerospace Engineering Department
Daytona College of Engineering

Areas of Expertise

Smart materials and structures, sensor development, structural health monitoring, adaptive structures
Dae Won Kim

Dr. Daewon Kim is an Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Daytona Beach campus. He holds both bachelors and masters degrees from Embry-Riddle and a doctorate degree from Virginia Tech. He is interested in smart materials and structural health monitoring. His research has focused on developing novel smart structures and damage diagnosis methods using intelligent materials and machine learning algorithms. He has worked on various research projects including wireless sensing, soft actuators, damage evaluation, and morphing structures using smart actuators. He will be working on several research projects including sensor development, nanomaterials, and soft robotics using smart materials.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Aerospace Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

  • AE 316: A/Space Engineering Materials
  • AE 318: Aerospace Structures I
  • AE 418HON: Aerospace Structures II
  • AE 418: Aerospace Structures II
  • AE 800: Dissertation
  • AE 540: Structural Health Monitoring