I'm with Software R&D Center, Open Source Group, Samsung Electronics, in Korea. General interests are tightly coupled with Internet and Computer Network Technologies.More specifically, the focus of my current work is responsible for open source regarding Internet of Things including the initiation of Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) and chairman of Open Source Work Group in OCF, Web and Connectivity and serving W3C as Advisory Board from June 2014. Until 2014, I had worked on the cloud & big data and was trying to enable the convergence service for Samsung smart devices using multiple smart devices such as smart TV, smart phone and various smart devices. Particularly I was in charge of the design and development of the convergence metadata where I was chairing the Media Annotation Working Group in W3C as to develop an Ontology and API designed to facilitate cross-community data integration of information related to media objects on the web from 2008.
Within IETF, I developed several RFCs such as RFC4029, RFC4039, RFC4339, RFC4968, RFC5006, RFC5154, RFC5270, RFC5948, RFC6160 and a hundred of Internet-Drafts. In addition, I was initiating and chairing the 16ng Working Group in IETF. Regarding the media independent handover solution over heterogeneous networks for Samsung mobile devices, I worked for IEEE 802.21 Working Group as a voting member and active contributor from 2004 to 2006, and developed many patents. For the new IPTV business era in 2008, I have been developing a wide range of Internet services, standard proposals and patents for IPTV in OIPF (Open IPTV Forum) and Mobile IPTV in ITU-T IPTV Focus Group.
So far, I hold many patents developed by various standard activities including 35 registered patents as of today world wide. My biography can be found at 10th Anniversary (2008-2009) Edition of Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 26th Edition of Who's Who in the World and 63rd Edition of Who's Who.