• About KRIHS
  • Organization

The organization of KRIHS is composed of the Board of Directors, Research Advisory Council, President, Vice-President, Architecture & Urban Research Institute, five divisions, and eighteen centers.

Kim Joonki /
National Infrastructure Research Division

Tel : 044-960-0285 / Fax : jI04wBM9lHWNqqAb1bWP0g==
Research Areas
Behaviour Analysis, Safety, ITS


• 2007 Washington University in St. Louis, D.Sc. (Transportation)
• 2004 University of Washington, M.S. (Civil Engineering)
• 2000 Seoul National University, M.S. (City Planning)
• 1997 Hanyang University, B.S. (Transportation Engineering)


• 2014 ~ Present Research Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
• 2008 ~ 2014, Associate Research Fellow, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
• 2007~2008 Visiting Associate Research Fellow, Seoul Development Institute

Major Articles / books / Reports

• Safe Environment against Traffic Accidents, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2014
• Road Safety Analysis Methods Development, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, 2013
• Establishing the Simulation Model for National Territorial Policy, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2012
• Transportation Policies for an Aging Society, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2011
• International Comparison of Activity Participation while Traveling between Korea and Japan, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, 2011

• Transportation Deficiency of Older Adults in Seoul. Transportation Research Record (in Press), 2014
• Analysis of the Effects of Activities While Traveling on Travelers’ Sentiment. Transportation Research Record 2383, 2013
• Driver-Injury Severity in Single-Vehicle Crashes in California: A Mixed Logit Analysis of Heterogeneity due to Age and Gender. Accident Analysis and Prevention 50, 2013
• A Note on Modeling Pedestrian Injury Severity in Motor Vehicle Crashes with the Mixed Logit Model. Accident Analysis and Prevention Vol. 42(6), 2010
• Passenger Choice Models to Analyze the Impacts of Real-Time Bus Information on Crowdedness. Transportation Research Record 2112, 2009
• Age and Pedestrian Injury Severity in Motor-Vehicle Crashes: A Heteroskedastic Logit Analysis. Accident Analysis and Prevention 40(5), 2008
• Bicyclist Injury Severities in Bicycle-Motor Vehicle Accidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention 39(2), 2007
• Modeling the Probability of Freeway Rear-End Crash Occurrence. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering 133, 2007