Jaehwan Lee

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        Computer Science Department
        University Of Maryland, College Park

       "No one said this was an easy game!"

                                 - Paul van Oorschot
  • Generally my research interests encompass networked and distributed system, high performance computing, and applications of computing system and security.

  • My Ph.D. research is to apply distributed overlay network technique (DHT) for scalable, reliable and heterogeneous computing platform by exploiting multi-core and GPGPUs. Before Ph.D. study, I worked for Korea Telecom research center for five years mainly focusing on wireless network system and Internet map service (like google map). Currently I am Research Scientist at Samsung US Labs in San Jose. My research focus is about application software (e.g. Hadoop, NoSQL) for cloud compuing platform and Big Data application. How to optimize software performance with flash technology is my reasearch goal.

  • I have 12 IEEE/ACM conference/journal/workshop papers and internship experiences in industrial research centers (NEC labs and Bell labs).

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park ('05 ~ '12 )
    Research interests : High Performance & distributed system, P2P Grid/Cloud Computing, Network and Security
    Advisor: Alan Sussman

  • M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University ('98 ~ '00)
    Research area : Estimation Theory, location estimation by GPS & CDMA network, Robot Soccer (MiroSot)
    Thesis : Development of Navigation System Using Image Edge Detection and Error Correction Filter

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University ('94 ~ '98)