Chang Wook Kang
Hanyang University, South Korea
Dean of the ERICA Campus College of Engineering Sciences
Professor Chang Wook Kang is the dean of Hanyang University ERICA Campus College of Engineering Sciences and holds the Hanyang University Distinguished Teaching Professor. He is a professor in the Department of Industrial and Management Engineering since 1991.
His fields of research are statistical process control and project quality management. He has authored more than 100 journal publications, and contributed to 4 books. He has also participated in research projects and he has graduated 6 Ph.D. students. In 2004, he received National President’s Award, and in 2007, he received the Medal of Service Merits from the Government of Korea. He received Hanyang University Best Teacher Award in 2008, Outstanding Teaching Award in 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2013. He received Hanyang University Innovative Teaching Award in 2016. He served as the president of the Korea Society of Industrial and Systems Engineering in 2002-2006, and in 2010-2012, he served as the founding president of the Korean Society of Project Management.
He has visited Department of Statistics, University of South Carolina, Department of Engineering Management, University of Alaska Anchorage, and School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology in USA.
He created the Six Sigma Undergraduate course as 2-credit cluster course in 2004, and in 2006, he created the Master degree program in project management at the Seoul Campus Graduate School of Engineering. In 1998, he developed the quality control software, 100 ppm Quality Renovation software (Korean version), in 2003, eZ SPC 1.0 (English version), in 2007, eZ SPC 2.0 software (Korean version), in 2010, eZ SPC 2.0 (English version), and provided the software for companies in Korea and other nations for free.
He received his B.S. in Industrial engineering from Hanyang University in 1981 and his B.A. in Statistics from University of Minnesota, USA in 1984. He received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Statistics from the University of Minnesota in 1988 and 1990, respectively.