Young H. Cho, Ph.D.

    Young H. Cho is a Christian brother and an electrical engineer/computer scientist at University of Southern California - Informational Sciences Institute
    He graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelors degree in Computer Science. While attending Berkeley, he was in a research project group called Networks of Workstations.     Then from July of 1996 to August of 1999 he worked as an engineer/programmer at Myricom, Inc. Myricom is the main network interconnect technology provider for the majority of the fastest clustered computers in the world.
    He began his Masters program in Computer Engineering at UT Austin in Fall of 1999. By Spring of 2001, he completed his Masters of Science in Engineering from Electrical Computer Engineering department while working for UT Research Laboratory Applied Research Laboratory in the University of Texas at Austin.
    Then he moved back to his hometown of Los Angeles to attend University of California, Los Angeles for the doctorate degree in Electrical Engineering under his advisor William Mangione-Smith.
    In June of 2005, he completed his Ph.D. on the dissertation topic of Advanced Computer Network Security. He went to Washington University in St. Louis as a Visiting Assistant Professor in Computer Science Engineering department.  He joined Networked and Embedded Systems Laboratory at UCLA in 2007 to diversify his research with wireless sensor networks.  Then in 2008, he started his position as a research scientist at USC/ISI to continue his research in computer networks, wireless sensor networks, and other distributed computing systems. He also has a joint appointment as research assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical Engineering at USC.
 
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