Sungsu Jo

Sungsu Jo
Hanbat National University · Department of Urban Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy (Eng.)
Visiting Research Fellow, City Futures Research Centre, School of Built Environment, UNSW, Sydney, Australia

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Introduction
Sung Su Jo is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Urban Engineering, Hanbat National University, Korea. His research focuses on smart city planning and its application; forecasting the futuristic society, planning the smart services and the mobile/built smart infrastructure, designing the smart spatial structure and land use, and management planning. *Google Scholar https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=angkwRMAAAAJ&hl=ko

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This study analyzed the changes in particulate matter concentrations according to land-use over time and the spatial characteristics of the distribution of particulate matter concentrations using big data of particulate matter in Daejeon, Korea, measured by Private Air Quality Monitoring Smart Sensors (PAQMSSs). Land-uses were classified into resid...
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This paper examines the changing industrial ecosystem of smart cities in Korea using both input–output and structural path analysis from 1960 to 2015. The industry type of the input–output tables used in the Bank of Korea was reclassified into nine categories: Agriculture and Mining, Traditional Manufacturing, IT Manufacturing, Construction, Energy...
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This study aims to examine the urban change drivers and urban futures in 2040 in South Korea using a Q methodology survey conducted among experts in Korean urban studies. The Q methodology is a factor analysis of participant perceptions, unlike other methods that are focused on deriving a consensus. The most significant advantage of this method is...
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The research agenda on smart cities has increasingly extended not only on perspectives of social–economic relations between technologies and cities but also on the industrial economic ecosystem. The purpose of this study is to focus on an analytical method for the characteristics of a smart city’s ecology and industry. With that thought, we have de...
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The aim of this study is to analyze changes in industrial networks from a smart city perspective. Smart city industries are classified into ITM, ITS, and KS based on literature review and smart-x cases. These industries use technologies that enable rational industries to exhibit intelligence, thereby allowing the industries see, hear, smell, and fe...
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This study aims to develop a smart and green service for the standard model focused on fishing villages and to suggest an application plan. The standard model presented in this study can be spread and disseminated to fishing villages New Deal areas. This model was designed to enable sustainable management as well as integrating the service model an...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate outing behavior in the social distance during the COVID-19 using social networking service posts. Words collected from the Instagram posts with the hashtag 'Daejeon Outing' were classified into place types, outing purposes, emotions, and companions, followed by frequency analysis, sentiment analysis, and...
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The purpose of this study is to assess the smart city for major cities in Korea. The assessment indicators are based on the STIM structure (Service, Technology, Infrastructure, and Management Layer Architecture) of the Multi-Layered Smart City Model. Assessment indicators are established through smart city concepts, case analysis, big data analysis...
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This study aims to analyze on the changes of opinion in terms of Sejong City construction using big data. The research data are newspaper articles related to the argument of construction in Sejong City. The newspaper article data was reported by Hankyoreh, Dong-A Ilbo and Hankook Ilbo. The arguments related to the construction of Sejong City was in...
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As a solution to local and social problems, the active use of smart city living labs is becoming increasingly important. The answer to solving local and social problems lies in the citizen and the field. The purpose of this study is to establish a smart city living lab model based on citizen participation. In this study, smart city living lab model...
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This study aims to develop urban scenarios for future cities and validate the future city scenarios using a Delphi method. The scenarios of future city was derived from urban structure, land use, transportation, and urban infrastructure and development using big data analysis, environmental scanning techniques, and literature review. The Delphi sur...
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This study aims to analyze the convergence change of smart city industries in Korea. Industries of Smart city can be defined ICTs and Knowledge embedded construction industry. The input output model and structural path analysis have been done using the input output tables published by Bank of Korea in 1980 and 2014. GDP deflator was applied to the...
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This study aims to analyse the U-City characteristics through the U-City historical mapping. The U-City characteristics were analysed by building the U-City historical map in terms of STIM model which consists of service, technology, infrastructure and management. The data for analysis is the National Informatization White Paper published by the NI...

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