- B.S. in Horticultural Science and Biotechnology from Seoul National University, 2018
- M.S. in Horticultural Science and Biotechnology from Seoul National University, 2020
Jiyong Shin focuses on the environmental physiology of leafy greens grown in controlled environments, especially indoor vertical farms. In particular, he is mainly investigating the effects of light, temperature, and interaction between environmental factors to improve productivity and/or optimize energy use.
Shin, J., Hwang, I., Kim, D., Kim, J.H., Son, J.E., 2022. Waning advantages of CO2 enrichment on photosynthesis and productivity due to accelerated phase transition and source-sink imbalance in sweet pepper. Scientia Horticulturae.301:111130
Moon, T., Choi, H., Kim, D., Hwang, I., Kim, J., Shin, J., Son, J.E., 2022. Autonomous construction of parameterizable 3D leaf models from scanned sweet pepper leaves with deep generative networks. in silico Plants 4(2)
Shin, J., Hwang, I., Kim, D., Moon, T., Kim, J., Kang, W.H., Son, J.E., 2021. Evaluation of the light profile and carbon assimilation of tomato plants in greenhouses with respect to film diffuseness and regional solar radiation using ray-tracing simulation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 296:108219
Jung, D.H., Hwang, I., Shin, J., Son, J.E., 2021. Analysis of leaf photosynthetic rate of hydroponically grown paprika (Capsicum annuum L.) plants according to vertical position with multivariable photosynthesis models. Horticure, Environment, and Biotechnology 62(1):41-51
Yoon, H.I., Shin, J., Kwon, J.K., Park, K.S., Son, J.E., 2020, Evaluation of spectral properties and the effect on photosynthetic efficiency of spectrum conversion films. Acta Horticulturae 1296,527-534