FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL LABORATORY (FDCL)
The Flight Dynamics and Control Laboratory (FDCL) was established in 1989 by Prof. Min-Jea Tahk (founder). Recently, Prof. Chang-Hun Lee joined FDCL in 2019. Since 1989, FDCL has been successfully fostering students, engineers, and professors in the field of flight dynamics and control, and playing key roles in national aerospace research and development programs.
FDCL is carrying out research on guidance, navigation, and control for various aerospace vehicles including missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles, space launch vehicles, and space airplane, etc. Our main focus is on guidance and control of guided missiles, flight control systems of unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as big data analytics & machine learning in aerospace applications. Computational guidance and control and trajectory optimization techniques are also being investigated.
Advanced Guidance and Control for Guided Weapons
Computational Guidance and Control
Target Tracking Filter
Aviation Data Analytics
Machine Learning in Aerospace Applications
FDCL is open to everyone. Make your dreams come true in FDCL!
Address: Bldg. N7-2, Department of Aerospace Engineering, 291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34141, Republic of Korea.