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CV (last updated 02/11/11) ohCv021111.pdf

2-page CV For NSF Proposals (last updated 02/11/11 ohNsfBioTwoPager021111.pdf

Brief Bio: Prof. Paul Oh is the Associate Department Head at Drexel's Mechanical Engineering Department. He received mechanical engineering degrees from McGill (B.Eng 1989), Seoul National (M.Sc 1992), and Columbia (PhD 1999). Honors include faculty fellowships at NASA Jet Propulsion Lab (2002), Naval Research Lab (2003), the NSF CAREER award (2004), the SAE Ralph Teetor Award for Engineering Education Excellence (2005) and being named a Boeing Welliver Fellow (2006). He is the Director of the Drexel Autonomous Systems Lab and also the Founding Chair of the IEEE Technical Committee on Aerial Robotics and UAVs. From 2008 to 2010 he served at the National Science Foundation (NSF) as the Program Director managing the robotics research portfolio.


Columbia University New York City, New York, USA
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, October 1999
M.Phil. in Mechanical Engineering, May 1995
   · Graduate Research Assistantship from Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering Departments, 1993-1999
   · National Science Foundation Travel Scholarship, 1998
Seoul National University Seoul, Korea
M.Sc. in Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, February 1992
   · Canada Governorís Fellowship, 1989-1992
   · Daewoo Heavy Industries (Korea) Research Fellowship, 1990-1992
McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada
B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering with Honors (minors in Applied Mathematics and Electrical Engineering), May 1989
   ·  McConnell Engineering Teaching Assistant Award, 1986-1989

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