ABOUT ME



Hello! I am pursuing doctorate in KAIST under the supervision of Prof. Junehwa Song. Within the broad spectrum of mobile computing, my interests lie in mobile applications, systems, and human factors in mobile services. My researches have been published in top-tier conferences such as CHI, UbiComp, MobiSys, SenSys, and CSCW. In particular, I enjoy practical researches and implementation of working prototypes for real deployment. I worked at IBM Research Austin as a research intern with Inseok Hwang, Eric Rozner, Yu Gu, and Robert Dickerson.


Education

2012 – present
Ph.D. Student in Computer ScienceKAIST, Daejeon, Korea, (Advisor: Prof. Junehwa Song)

2010 – 2012
M.S. in Computer ScienceKAIST, Daejeon, Korea, (Advisor: Prof. Junehwa Song, GPA: 3.37/4.3)
When, Where, How Long? : A Framework for Store Visit Detection in a Commercial Complex

2006 – 2010
B.S. in Computer ScienceKAIST, Daejeon, Korea, 2010 (GPA: 3.54/4.3)

Honors and Awards

2016 Google PhD Fellowship (Mobile Computing, $10,000)
2015 IBM First Plateau Invention Achievement Award
2014 Honorable mention, 20th HumanTech Paper Award, Samsung ($2,000)
2014 Best Paper, ACM CSCW 2014
2013 Qualcomm Innovation Award 2013 ($5,000)
2013 Best Ph.D. Forum Presentation, ACM MobiSys 2013 ($1,000)
2013 Best Demo, ACM HotMobile 2013
2012 Best Demo, ACM/USENIX MobiSys 2012
2012 Best Demo, IEEE SECON 2012
2011 Best Teaching Assistant Award, Computer Science, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea
2006~2010 Presidential Science Scholarships, Ministry of Science and Technology, Korea ($40,000)

Employment

July 2015 – Dec. 2015 Research Summer Internship, at IBM Research Austin
Jun. 2009 – Aug. 2009 Developed a music recommendation service based on Hadoop, at NexR Corp.