About me

I am was a PhD student of Networks Research Group at UCL Computer Science Department. My PhD supervisor is Prof. Mark Handley. I am visiting was a visiting researcher of the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge during 2010 (under the supervision of Eiko Yoneki). I then joined Samsung Electronics, Korea, in 2011 as a senior software engineer (now a Pricipal S/W Engineer) to work on initially for Tizen Web Platform (now working on Android Samsung Internet browser).

Before I came to London, I studied in the ECE Department (Systems) at the University of Southern California (USC) under Daniel C. Lee‘s advice. After completion of my master’s degree at USC, I worked at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) in Korea as a staff researcher for three years.

My PhD study has been funded by British Chevening Scholarships and EPSRC Research Studentship.

In my spare time, I like to hack various Unix sources, especially for Ubuntu and FreeBSD. I am blogging various stuffs from time to time at http://hackerslab.eu/blog/ (memo) and http://bistro.bawi.kr/ (food & wine). You can follow me at Twitter, InstagramFacebook, and Github.