DONG KU KIM received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, in 1992. He worked on CDMA systems in the cellular infrastructure group of Motorola at Fort Worth, Texas. He has been a professor at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, since 1994. He was a founding chair of the 5G Forum in 2013 and has engaged in it since then. 5G Forum is a think-tank for 5G Globalization, 5G commercialization, SME promotion, 5G vertical trial and promotion, and future technologies. He is a chair of the 5G Forum executive committee and a member of the 5G+ strategy committee chaired by the Ministry of Science and ICT minister. He is also co-chair of the 6G R&D strategy committee chaired by the vice minister of MSIT. He received the Yellow Stripes of the Order of Service Merit from the Korean government for the contribution of the world's first commercialization of 5G, ecosystem creation, and the defusion of convergence among 5G-based industries in April 2020. He received IEEE Communication Society Career Award for Public Service in the Field of Telecommunication on Dec.2020. He is also a recipient of Dr. Irwin Jacobs Academic Achievement Award in 2016 from Qualcomm and KICS. He also received the Award of Excellence in the leadership of 100 Leading Technologies for Korea 2020 from the National Academy of Engineering of Korea in Dec. 2013. His current research interests are 5G mobile communication systems, full-duplex MIMO in vehicular use cases, tactile internet, and 5G-V2X technologies using lens-based MIMO.