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Hello. Welcome to my website. My name is Dong-hak Kim.
I received B.S degree in Computer Information & Communication from Hongik University, Republic of Korea in 2018.
I am currently pursuing the M.S degree in Computer Engineering with the Broadband Convergence Networks Laboratory (BCNLab) with the Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering in Graduate School, Hongik University, Republic of Korea.
My advisor is Byung-Seo Kim who a professor at Hongik University. This link is his website.
CGPA: 4.31 / 4.5
CGPA: 3.73 / 4.5
I am currently pursuing the MS degree in Computer Engineering with the Broadband Convergence Networking (BCN) Laboratory and Department of Electronics and Computer Science in Graduate School, Hongik University, Korea. My major interests are in the field of Information-Centric Networking (specifically Mobile / Wireless Content-Centric / Named Data Networking), Internet of Things (IoT), Future Internet architectures, and configuration of Raspberry Pi and Arduino with CISCO routers.
I was worked as Machine Learning Researcher in KISTI. I has been implementing on AI server which is built by attaching FPGA based Xilinx Alveo Card on top of Dell poweredge R730. And I verifying AI performance through Image Classification, an example of Caffe Benchmark.
I was worked as Professor Kim's Teacher Assistant in 3 classes, Introduction to Engineering Computer and Exercise, Digital Engineering and Statistical Analysis. This class was that taught undergraduate students. It was a good experience to manage students' assignments and classes.
I was worked as Professor Kim's Teacher Assistant in Circuit Theory Class. I taught how to design an electronic circuit and managed their assignments. Also, I supervised the midterm and final exams.
I was worked as Server manager in ScienceDMZ. My responsibilities are to configure High performance Data Transfer Nodes (DTN) with other countries using an open source Performance Focused Service Oriented Network Monitoring ARchitecture (perfSONAR) toolkit and display real-time network information using open source simulator Grafana.
I was worked as Professor Kim's Teacher Assitant in Digital Engineering Class. I expained the concepts and utilization of logic circuit to undergraduate Students and I also managed their assignments. Additionally, I supervised the midterm and final exams.
My responsibilities were executing full lifecycle software development, write well designed, testable, and efficient code, Integrate software components into a fully functional software system and deployments. I worked closely with Quality Assurance team to deliver high quality and reliable applications.