Faculty

Dongsu Han

Associate Professor

I am an associate professor at KAIST (Department of Electrical Engineering and Graduate School of Information Security). I received a Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University in 2012. My research interests include networked systems design, distributed systems, Internet architectures, and mobile computing. Students interested in research are welcome to contact me at dongsu.han@gmail.com


Research Projects


Program Comittee

  • 2019: ACM SIGCOMM, ACM HotNets, ACM/IEEE Symposium on Edge Computing, ACM APNet (Co-chair)
  • 2018: USENIX NSDI, ACM HotNets, ACM APNet, ACM KBNets (Co-chair)
  • 2017: ACM CoNEXT, ACM ANCS, APNet, APSys KBNets, IEEE LANMAN workshop
  • 2016: ACM CoNEXT, IEEE INFOCOM, ACM ANCS, IEEE LANMAN, ACM HotMiddlebox (Co-chair), ACM APSys
  • 2015: IEEE ICNP, ACM HotMiddlebox, ACM ANCS, PAM, IEEE LANMAN
  • 2014: IEEE LANMAN, ICCCN

Services

  • 2019: MobiSys 2019 poster co-chair, APNet PC co-chair
  • 2018: KBNets workshop co-chair, NSDI 2018 poster chair, CFI Web chair
  • 2017: CoNEXT publication chair, APNet publication chair
  • 2016: ACM SIGCOMM poster and demo PC
  • 2015: ACM CoNEXT student workshop PC, CFI Web chair

Teaching

  • EE311 Operating Systems and System Programming (Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017)
  • EE817 Special Topics in Advanced Networking and Cloud Computing (Fall 2016)
  • EE209 Programming Structures for Electrical Engineering (Fall 2014)
  • EE323 Computer Networks (Spring 2014)
  • IS511 Introduction to Information Security (Co-instructor, Spring 2015 and Spring 2016)
  • [EE324 Introduction to Distributed Systems] (Fall 2013, 2015)