Daehee Kim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
California State University-Stanislaus
Address: DBH 281, One University Circle, Turlock, CA 95382
Phone: (209)-667-3193
Email: dkim AT cs DOT csustan DOT edu, dkim10 AT csustan DOT edu

My curriculum vitae: CV

Hello, my name is Daehee (Danny) Kim. I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science in California State University-Stanislaus.

I received a Ph.D. degree at Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering in UMKC(University of Missouri at Kansas City). My main discipline was Computer Network and co-discipline was Computer Science. I gained a bachelor degree in 1995 in South Korea. I had worked for IT(Information Technology) related companies including IBM for 10 years as a programmer and a software engineer. Then, I came to the USA to learn computer science more. I received a master degree of computer science at SUNY(States University of New York) at Binghamton in 2008.

I am interested in Computer Networking and Security, Big data processing, and data optimization in storage and network. My main research interest is data optimization of Big data (in servers and in-network mainly by using data de-duplication technique). My dissertation title is `Towards Data Optimization in Storage and Networks' and the dissertation can be found here. I published a book, "Data Deduplication for Data Optimization for Storage and Network Systems" based on comprehensive knowledge about network and storage in Springer publisher. I have worked on two state-of-the-art projects. One was "Big Data Transfer Through Networks" which was a research grant (as a PI) awarded from Wisconsin state government. The other was "Medical Big Data Analysis" to find correlation between disease and genome data. I continue to work the projects

In UWSP, I taught various introductory and advanced courses such as Object Oriented Programming, Mobile Programming, Computer Network, Network Management, Cloud Computing, Information and Network Security, Database, and Capstone courses, and as a leader of networking and security specialization, I was actively involved in curricular planning and developed various state-of-the-art courses including Cloud Computing, Information and Network Security, and Network Management. Prior to UWSP, as an adjunct faculty, I taught Discrete Structures, Database, Client/Server Programming, Advanced Java Programming, and Web Programming in UMKC and Park University, in Missouri.