Dr. Byoung-Kwan Cho is a professor of Department of Biosystems Machinery Engineering & Department of Smart Agricultural Systems 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.


  • Amanah, H.Z., R. Joshi, R.E. Masithoh, M.G. Choung, K.H. Kim, G. Kim, B.K. Cho. 2020 (September). Nondestructive measurement of anthocyanin in intact soybean seed using Fourier Transform Near-Infrared (FT-NIR) and Fourier Transform Infrared
    (FT-IR) spectroscopy. Infrared Physics & Technology 111: 103477.

  • Faqeerzada, M.A., M. Perez, S. Lohumi, H. Lee, G. Kim, C. Wakholi, B.K. Cho. 2020 (September). Online Application of a Hyperspectral Imaging System for the Sorting of Adulterated Almonds. Applied Sciences 10: 6569.

  • Bae, J.H., H.J. Bae, G. Kim, E. Park, B.K. Cho. 2020 (August). Development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Remote Sensing Technology for Abiotic Stress Monitoring of Citrus ‘Unshiu’ using Multispectral Imaging. Journal of the Korean Society for Nondestructive Testing 40(4): 274-284.