Dr. Byoung-Kwan Cho is a professor of Department of Biosystems Machinery Engineering in Chungnam National University (CNU), South Korea. He is leading a Nondestructive Biosensing Group at CNU working in the area of non-destructive measurement for quality and safety of food and agricultural materials. His current research focuses on the application of spectroscopic and hyperspectral imaging techniques for the system development of real-time quality and safety inspection for food and agricultural materials.


  • Joshi, R., S. Lohumi, R. Joshi, M.S. Kim, J. Qin, I. Baek. 2020 (January). Raman spectral analysis for non-invasive detection of external and internal parameters of fake eggs. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 303: 127243.

  • Lohumi, S., H. Lee, M.S. Kim, J. Qin, B.K. Cho. 2019 (May). Raman hyperspectral imaging and spectral similarity analysis for quantitative detection of multiple adulterants in wheat flour. Biosystems Engineering 181: 103-113.

  • Mukasa, P., C. Wakholi, C. Mo, M. Oh, H.J. Joo, H.K. Suh, B.K. Cho. 2019 (May). Determination of viability of retinispora (Hinoki cypress) seeds using FT-NIR spectroscopy. Infrared Physics & Technology 98: 62-68.


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