PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo
MS, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
BS, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
About my research:
The information technology has completely changed the way organizations manage information and knowledge for the continuous improvement of their internal and external processes. My research tries to enhance our understanding of new problems arising in e-business, supply chain, and information security through mathematical, economical, and computational models as well as empirical models.
My advice to students:
Keep learning! I suggest you engage in self-motivated learning to become a critical thinker and active learner. In doing so, I believe you will develop skills to apply your knowledge to real-world problems.
What I enjoy most about teaching:
To me, teaching reinforces my life-long learning desire. I keep learning something new in the course of developing and updating course materials and through my in-class discussions with students about new developments and current trends in business and technology.
I like traveling to old towns to learn the history, as well as to the countryside to enjoy scenic views. More and more often I find myself enjoying outdoor activities, such as camping and fishing. I can enjoy playing golf even with multiple triple and quadruple bogeys. Playing racquetball is my favorite activity to keep me in shape nowadays.