Professional Activities
 

Conference Organization

  1. General Co-Chair of 2015 Theory of Modeling and Simulation (TMS), Alexandria, VA, USA
  2. Program Chair of 2014 Theory of Modeling Simulation (TMS), Tampa, FL, USA
  3. Committee of 2013 Theory of Modeling Simulation (TMS), San Diego, CA, USA
  4. Committee of 2007 DEVS Symposium, Norfolk, Virgina, USA,
  5. Committee of 2007 AI, Simulation and Planning in High Autonomy Systems (AIS), Buenos Aires, Argentinien
  6. Committee of 2006 DEVS Symposium, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
  7. Reviewer of 2005 Winter Simulation Conference, Orlando, FL, USA
  8. Committee of 2005 DEVS Symposium, San Diego, CA, USA
  9. Committee of the 32nd International Symposium on Robotics, Seoul, Korea

Award

  1. 2012 Zeigler's DEVS Award: Theory and Methodology, First Prize. (cash prize $10,000)
  2. DS Invention, Scalable Manufacturing Context Computation (May/11/2011)  (as the inventor) 
  3. DS Forwards 2008, Work Instruction Composer (as a team member)
  4. 2005 National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA), Modeling and Simulation Cross-Function Award, (May 2006)  (as a team member)

Grant

  1. Principal Investigator(PI), Verification of PLC-controlled Automation, $20,000(1USD$= 1000 Won),  Systems, Korea Science and Engineering Foundation, Oct. 2004 ~ Sept. 2005
  2. PI, Development of Virtual Colonoscopy System, sponsored by Ministry of Science & Technology, $240,000, May 2000 ~ Jun. 2002

  3. PI, Extending simulation models to Real-Time Monitoring/Control of Manufacturing System, sponsored by Small & Medium Business Administration, $45,000 Apr. 1999 ~ Dec. 1999

  4. PI, Development of Virtual Flexible Manufactory Systems, sponsored by Small & Medium Business Administration, $50,000, Jul.1998 ~ Jun. 1999

Writing Articles Wikipedia

  1. DEVS, SP-DEVS, FD-DEVS (in English)
  2. DEVS, (in Korean)

Membership of Academic Society

  1. IEEE (1999 ~ 2012)
  2. SCS (1999 ~ 2014)
  3. ACM (1999 ~ 2004)
  4. INFORMS(2012 ~ present)

Teaching Class

Fall 2006

ECE575, Object-Oriented Simulation/Discrete Event Model, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Arizona