ECE Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology

E-mail: pilhokim AT gatech DOT edu

Pilho Kim received my B.S with the summa cum laude award in Electronics Engineering from PNU (Pusan National University) in 1994 and got my M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology), Korea, in 1996 with my thesis advisor Dr. Hong Jeong. From 1996 to 2002, He was a research staff member of RIST (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) working in the industry research areas including image/signal processing, automation, sensors and autonomous robots with more than 20 research projects.

He also had very good chances to develop and manage big-size steel plant engineering software projects composed of a quarter million lines C++ code and hundreds classes. In 2002, he moved to GaTech and worked in the Experiential Systems Group with Dr. Ramesh Jain and also worked with Dr. Vijay Madisetti. In GaTech, he challenged and did research on information chronicling projects for heterogeneous data analysis, data model design, database system design and enhanced SQL.

Please see Resume for the details.

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  • Definition of Jot: See http://thesaurus.reference.com/search?q=jot The level of personalization of a computer The current personal computing technologies provide a user a limited way to personalize the computer. It mainly limited to the level of user access or degree to control the computer. This means the current computer is more biased or configured to be a machine getting orders in detail from a user to perform. The trouble with the world.. “The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.