Professor

Taehong Kim
Assistant Professor
School of Information and Communication Engineering
Chungbuk National University
Tel: +82-43-261-2481
Location: E8-10, Room#403



Education
  •    Ph.D in Department of Computer Science, KAIST, Korea, Feb. 2012.  (Advisor: Prof. Daeyoung KIm)
  •    M.S in Department of Information and Communications Engineering, KAIST, Feb. 2007. (Advisor: Prof. Daeyoung Kim)
  •    B.S. in Department of Information and Computer Engineering, Ajou University, Feb. 2005. 

Work Experience
  •    Senior Researcher, Communications and Internet Research Laboratory, ETRI, 2014.04~2016.02
  •    Senior Researcher, DMC Research Center, Samsung Electronics, 2013.11~2014.03
  •    Research Staff Member, Future IT Research Center, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), 2012.05~2013.10
  •    Postdoctoral Researcher, RESL, KAIST, 2012.02~2012.04

Research Interests   
  •    Software Define Network (SDN)/Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
  •    Internet of Things (IoT)
  •    Wireless Sensor Networks
  •    ZigBee and Smart Home Network

Academic Activities (Editorial boards and Reviewers)
  •     IEEE Communications Letters, 2011
  •     IEEE Network Magazine, 2011
  •     IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2012
  •     Multimedia Tools and Applications, 2013
  •     Samsung Human Tech Thesis Award (Communications & Networks Section), 2013
  •     International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, 2013-2014
  •     IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, 2013-2014
  •     IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, 2014
  •     ACM/Springer Mobile Networks and Applications, 2016
  •     Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2016
  •     Journal of Internet Technology, 2016
  •     Journal of Korea Industrial Information Systems Research, 2016
  •     The KIPS Transactions: Part A, 2017
  •     International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, 2016-2017
  •     Guest Editor, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, Special Issue "Technological Advances in Wireless Sensor Networks Enabling Diverse IoT Applications," 2016.