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  • Our Ph.D Graduate Appointed as an assistant profes..

    Our Ph.D Graduate Appointed as an assistant professor to Michigan State University Dr. Taiwoo Park, who recently graduated with a Ph.D under the co-advisement of Professor Junehwa Song and Professor Uichin Lee, has been appointed as an assistant professor to Michigan State University, located in East Lancing, MI, USA. Dr. Park’s primary research interests are Ubiquitous Game Design and Supporting System, Mobile User Interaction, Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing, Sensor Network and Data Stream Processing System. As a Ph.D student, he was recognized for his outstanding research with an award from the ACM’s CHI conference, which is considered to be the top in the Human-Computer Interaction field In the coming August, Dr. Park will continue his work in the research area of game design, research, and development at the Telecommunication, Information Studies and Media department in the College of Communication Arts and Science. Congratulations on your appointment to an assistant professorship at Michigan State University!

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  • The Godfather of the Internet in Korea

    [Prof. Kilnam Chon] While it is a commonly known fact that the United States is the birthplace of the Internet, many people are surpised to learn that Korea was the second country to successfully establish the Internet. The historic setting was May 15, 1982 inside a research laboratory located in Gu-mi, Korea. Dr. Chon and his team watched as their computer printed out “$ rlogin snucom” on the screen, indicating a successful remote login to a computer at Seoul National University. Hugging each other and crying shouts of joy, the research team led by Dr. Chon had officially opened a new chapter in the history of the Internet. From that day on, Chon has remained the godfather of the Internet in Korea. Dr. Chon received a PhD degree in computer science from University of California, Los Angeles in 1974, and a BS degree in engineering science from Osaka University. He joined the Korea Institute of Electronics Technology in 1979 to work on computer system development, and moved to Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in 1982 as a professor in the Computer Science Department. In a recent interview with a Korean newspaper, Dr. Chon explained that he came to Korea with a determination to make a difference in the country with his technical expertise. With a full support from the Korean government, Dr. Chon and his fellow researchers pursued the challenging goal of advancing the computing technology in Korea and succeeded in making Korea to be the world’s second to establish the Internet. During his time as a professor in KAIST Compuster Science Depeartment, Dr. Chon was well known for his demand for perfection from his students. He would not only help his students fulfill their full intellectual potential but also emphasize the importance of regular physical exercise. He sharply points out the fact that the students who succeeded the most after graduating from his laboratory are the ones who exercised the most rigorously under his advice. After his retirement, Dr. Chon, the godfather of the Internet in Korea, is currently working as a professor at Keio University with the goal of making its computer science program to be the best in Japan.

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  • Taiwoo Park Won ACM CHI 2014 Honorable Mention Awa..

    Taiwoo Park and his five co-authors including his advisor, Professor Junehwa Song, won this year’s ACM CHI Honorable Mention Award for their paper, “Human Factors of Speed-based Exergame Controllers.” The CHI conference is a highly prestigious conference, ranked at the very top of the MS Academic Search list for Human-Computer Interaction conferences. Congratulations on your award!

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