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Professor Jeom Kee Paik, Professor of Marine Technology in UCL’s Mechanical Engineering department, has been announced as one of the three UCL academics to be elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a position which recognises an individual’s outstanding and continuing contribution to the profession.
As well as being the founder and editor-in-chief of the Ships and Offshore Structures Journal, Professor Kee Paik has made a huge contribution to the international maritime community through his directorship of the Korea Ship and Offshore Research Institute. The fellowship will mean Professor Kee Paik will giving his time and expertise to advance and promote excellence in engineering, for the benefit of society.
Regarding his appointment, Professor Paik said: “I’m delighted by the award. I’m particularly pleased that such a prestigious body as the Royal Academy of Engineering recognises my achievements and contributions on global research looking at the safety of engineering infrastructure, ensuring that new developments are resistant to extreme conditions.”
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