1. BoHung Kim, Ph. D., University of Ulsan, South Korea.

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BoHung KimSeptember, 2018

BoHung Kim, Ph. D. (김보흥, a.k.a.'MSMK')

Associate Professor 
School of Mechanical Engineering
University of Ulsan, 울산대학교
Phone: (+82) 52-259-2705


Associate Professor University of Ulsan, Ulsan, South Korea, Oct/2017~Current
Department: School of Mechanical Engineering

Visiting Research Associate Professor Southern Methodist University with Ali Beskok, DallasTexas, USA, Aug/2017~
Department: Mechanical Engineering

Assistant Professor University of Ulsan, Ulsan, South Korea, Sep/2011~Sep/2017
Department: School of Mechanical Engineering

Research Assistant Professor Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study, with Avrama Blackwell, Fairfax, Virginia, USA, Jan/2010~Aug/2011

Ph.D. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA, Aug/2006~May/2009 
Major: Mechanical Engineering (Academic Advisor: Ali Beskok, Tahir Cagin)
Post-Doctoral Old Dominion University, Bio-Micro Fluidics Laboratory with (PI) Ali Beskok, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, Mar/2009~Dec/2009

M.S. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA, Aug/2004~Jun/2006 
Major: Mechanical Engineering (Academic Advisor: Ali Beskok)

B.S. Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea, Mar/1995~Feb/2002  
(ROKA Military service 1997~1999, 대한민국 육군 병장 만기제대)
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2016 ASME - ICNMM Conference (Washington DC,July 10-14) Track Co-Organizer and Session Chair (Area : Modeling and Simulation II, Single Phase Liquid Flows) LINK: https://www.asme.org/events/htfeicnmm
2017 ASME - ICNMM Conference (Cambridge, MA,August 27-30Session Co-Chair (Area :Single Phase Liquid Flows) LINK: https://www.asme.org/events/icnmm

- Molecular Dynamics & Nanoscale Solid/Gas/Liquid Flow and Heat Transfer: Atomic, molecular and multi-scale modeling for bio- & nano-technology applications; micro- and nano-scale thermal fluidic transport; rarefied gas dynamics; gas Transport in the transition and free molecular flow regimes; nano- & bio-particle and colloidal manipulations using microfluidics; electrokinetic transport.
- Numerical Methods: Molecular dynamics; direct simulation Monte Carlo method for rarefied gas flows; finite element and spectral element methods; lattice Boltzmann method; Stochastic reaction diffusion.
- Molecular Neuroscience : Synaptic plasticity; intra-cellular signaling pathways; signaling through G-protein coupled receptors; learning and memory, stochastic reaction diffusion. long term potentation, long term depression.


Assistant Engineer (SAMSUNG SDS, as a full time employee)
Feb/02~Jun/04 (2yr4m), Business Solution Development Team, Development of database user interface using c++ (Active-X module)

Jun/08~Aug/08 (2m) SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, Device Group, 2008 Global Internship, Crystallization of a-silicon under UV exposure: applications for OLED TV panels 

Jun/07~ Feb/09 (1yr8m) Aerospace Engineering Dept., Molecular dynamics for liquid and gas flow

Research Assistant (TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY)
Jan/07~ May/07 (5m) Chemical Engineering Dept., Development of 3D MD code for liquid flow
Jun/06~ Dec/06 (7m) Mechanical Engineering Dept., Development of graphical user interface for SEM
Jan/05~ Aug/05 (8m) Turbomachinery Laboraty, Numerical analysis of air-foil bearing using FEM

Texas A&M University: T.A. (1term, Spring 2006) - MEEN410-INTERNAL COMB ENGINES, MEEN 441 - DESN MECH COMP & SYSTM
Old Dominion University: Invited Lectures (Apr.14/08, Dec.2/08) - Molecular Dynamics and Statistical Mechanics in Nano-scale Fluid Flow

Sun Certified Programmer for JAVA2 Platform (SCJP), Sep/01, 91/100

*NRF Korea press release about Scientific Report  (http://www.nature.com/articles/srep33881)
- [연합뉴스]미세한 유체에서 흐르는 양 예측하는 기술 개발
- [아시아경제] [과학을 읽다]분자수준 유체 흐름 예측모델 나온다
- [뉴스1]초미세유체의 수송현상 예측 모델 개발… 세계 최초
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*University of Ulsan press release
- [문화일보] 울산大, 세계적 연구성과 속속 발표 문화일보 2016.12.30. 
- [울산신문] 울산대, 잇딴 신기술 개발로 세계적 주목 '2016 연구력 국내 5위' 2017.01.02.-

* TV News 8pm (UBC, MBC), Air on 2017.06.27 
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- NSF funding at ODU