Kwangsung Oh (오광성)

Assistant Professor

Computer Science

University of Nebraska Omaha

Office: PKI 283B

Email: kwangsungoh at unomaha dot edu

I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department @ the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO). My research interests include cloud computing, edge computing, and data analytics-related systems. I received my Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department @ the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where I have worked with my advisors Prof. Abhishek Chandra and Prof. Jon Weissman. Prior to joining the U of M, I was a software engineer at SamsungSDS for five years.

I'm looking for PhD students interested in cloud computing and data analytics systems. Full funding opportunity (RA) is available.

I'm also actively looking for a master student who will pursue a PhD degree with me at UNO. Full funding opportunity (RA) is available.

Please contact me with your CV and transcript if you would like to build interesting systems with me at UNO.


[05/16/2022] I have received the CRII: CNS: Award from the National Science Foundation. Thanks NSF!!!
[05/12/2022] I will join the program committee of MSN 2022. Please check CFP!
[03/22/2022] Collaborative work with prof. Piero Bianco and prof. Ming Lei has been accepted. Congrats, prof. Bianco and prof. Lei!
[02/02/2022] I will join the program committee of SNTA 2022 held in conjunction with ACM HPDC 2022. Please check CFP!
[12/09/2021] MS student Anshuman's research proposal was approved for the GRACA funding. Congrats, Anshuman!
[10/06/2021] Cocoa virtually presented at IC2E 2021 - Talk
[10/05/2021] I will join the program committee of ICFEC 2022 held in conjunction with IEEE/ACM CCGrid 2022. Please check CFP!
[08/25/2021] Kimchi, a network cost-aware geo-distributed data analytics system (journal version), paper has been accepted to TPDS.
MS student Minmin Zhang passes his MS thesis defense. Congrats, Minmin!
[06/29/2021] Cocoa: Towards a Scalable Compute Cost-aware Data Analytics System, paper has been accepted for a short presentation to IC2E 2021.
I have received a University of Nebraska Collaboration Initiative Grant as a Co-PI (Fall/2021). Thanks and congrats, prof. Bianco!


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