Major Research Fields
- guidance and control of space launch vehicles, missile systems, and re-entry vehicles
- guidance and control of unmanned/manned autonomous vehicles
- real-time guidance methods
- optimal guidance laws
- trajectory optimization of various aerospace vehicles
- optimal resource allocation techniques
- target tracking and trajectory estimation
Since 1989, Flight Dynamics and Control Laboratory (FDCL) has been successfully fostering students, engineers, and professors
in the field of flight dynamics, guidance and control,
playing key roles in national aerospace research and development programs.
FDCL was established in 1989 by Professor Min-Jea Tahk and succeeded by Professor Chang-Hun Lee in 2019.