Professor Kim obtained his Doctor of Science degree at Washington University in St. Louis in 2005, during which he studied computer networks focusing on self-similar (fractal) packet network traffic using Fractal Random Processes.
Dr. Kim joined the faculty of Calvin College in 2011 after teaching computer engineering for seven years in Virginia as a tenured Associate Professor. Prior to that, he had eleven (11) years of industry R & D experiences in the areas of telecommunications and embedded systems at LG ElectronicsKETI, and another company. During his industrial career, he developed and commercialized telecommunications systems, Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial network systems, and data acquisition systems. Professor Kim was a Principal Investigator of the project funded by the IEEE Foundation in 2010. He has consulted with Jaspur Communications Inc. in St. Louis, the University of Utah, and Echo Design in Grand Rapids.

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