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KyoungSoo Park

Professor
Electrical Engineering
KAIST

Office: N1-813
291 Daehangno, Yuseong-gu
Daejeon, 34141, Republic of Korea
Office: N1-813 building (Kim, Byeong-ho IT building)
Email : kyoungsoo @ kaist dot ac dot kr
Tel : +82-42-350-7412
Fax : +82-42-350-7612

Short Bio

KyoungSoo Park is a professor in the school of electrical engineering at KAIST. He received his B.S. degree in computer science from Seoul National University in 1997, and his M.A. (in 2004) and Ph.D. (in 2007) degrees in computer science from Princeton University. After his Ph.D., he worked as associate research scholar at Princeton University from 2007 to 2008 and worked as assistant professor in the computer science department at the University of Pittsburgh for the year of 2009. In 2007, he co-founded CoBlitz, Inc. (acquired by Verivue, Inc. in 2010, and later acquired by Akamai,Inc. in 2012) which provides highly scalable and reliable content distribution services to ISPs and telcos.

Research Interest

My research interests focus on the design and implementation of networked and distributed computing systems. I conduct research on system design principles that fundamentally improve the scalability, reliability, security, and performance of networked systems. As part of research, I have (co-)developed a number of systems that include scalable content distribution networks (CDNs), high-speed packet processing systems, and Internet infrastructure services. I am open to exploring various interesting issues in the area of computer systems and networking.

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Current Projects

Past Projects

Publications


Teaching

Courses I have taught:


Current Students

Changho Hwang (Ph.D.)
Taehyun Kim (Ph.D.)
Youngmin Choi (Ph.D.)
Duckwoo Kim (Ph.D.)
Junghan Yoon (M.S.)
Kyuhan Park (M.S.)

Alumni (Ph.D.)

Deondre Martin Ng (M.S., 2021) now an assistant professor at University of the Philippines Diliman
YoungGyoun Moon (Ph.D., 2020) now a staff member at Samsung Research
Younghwan Go (Ph.D., 2017) now at Cisco Meraki, Inc.
Muhammad Asim Jamshed (Ph.D., 2017) now at Amazon, Inc.
Jihyung Lee (Ph.D., 2016, co-advised by Prof. Yung Yi) now at SK Telecom, Inc.
Keon Jang (Ph.D., 2012, co-advised by Prof. Sue Moon) now a staff engineer at Rubrik, Inc.


Professional Services

Program Committee:
2021: ACM SIGCOMM'21, ACM SOSP'21, USENIX NSDI'22, APNet'21
2020: USENIX NSDI'20, EuroSys'20 , APNet'20 (Program Co-chair)
2019:
USENIX NSDI'19, ACM SOSP'19, ACM CoNext'19
2018: USENIX NSDI'18 ACM SIGCOMM'18 USENIX OSDI'18 IEEE ICDCS'18 ACM APSys'18 (General Chair) APNet'18
2017: ACM CoNext'17 ACM APNet'17 OSPERT'17
2016: IEEE Infocom'16 ACM SIGCOMM'16 USENIX OSDI'16
2015: USENIX NSDI'15 IEEE RTAS'15 ACM SIGCOMM'15 ACM APSys'15(Program Co-Chair)
2014: USENIX NSDI'14 USENIX ATC'14 ACM SIGCOMM'14 NDSS SENT'14 IEEE RTCSA'14
2013: ACM APSYS'13 ACM FhMN'13 WISA'13 ACM HotMiddlebox
2012: IEEE P2P USENIX HotCloud'12 LADIS'12 ACM CCSW'12
2011: ACM CoNext'11 ACM CCSW'11 IEEE CloudApp'11 CFI'11 EON'11
2010: USENIX NSDI'11 IPTPS'10 ACM APSYS'10 IEEE CloudApp'10 CFI'10
2009: ACM NSDR'09 ROADS'09 WIOSCA'09 CFI'09