Jin Woo Kim

Jin Woo Kim

Jin Woo Kim
Associate Professor
Phone number: 
212.237.8927
Room number: 
6.65.17 NB

Education

2003 PhD
MS
BS
Georgia Institute of Technology
New York University
Seoul National University

Bio

Jinwoo Kim received his BS degree in computer science and statistics from Seoul National University in South Korea. After touring the United States for two months in 1986, he decided to advance his studies in New York City and attended the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. In 1999, after receiving his master’s degree, he continued his study at the Real Time Compilation and Instruction Level Parallel Process Lab at NYU. He subsequently became involved with the new Center for Research and Embedded Systems and Technology (CREST) at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta where he spent more than three years conducting research funded by the Department of Defense, Hewlett-Packard and the State of Georgia. He received his doctoral degree from Georgia Tech in May 2003. Believing that computer crime and digital evidence together pose a major technological challenge for law enforcement and security agencies, Professor Kim joined the faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences in 2003 after learning of the College’s graduate program in forensic computing. His current research interests include digital forensics, security in embedded systems and network security.

Publications

"Two-Level ZigBee-4G Design for Secure and Efficient Communications in the

Resource Constrained Military Environment", Marcin Szczodrak (Graduate Center, The City University of New York), Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York), Yuncheol Baek (Sangmyung University, Seoul, Korea). November/2007 issue, International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.

 

"4G and MANET, Wireless Network of Future Battlefield", Marcin Szczodrak, Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York). In proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Security and Management (sponsored by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab and Texas Advanced Computer Center of University of Texas at Austin), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 25 ~ 28, 2007.

 

"4GM@4GW: Implementing 4G in the Military Mobile Ad-hoc Network Environment",

Marcin Szczodrak, Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City

University of New York), Yuncheol Baek (Princeton University). April/2007 issue,

International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security.

 

"Session Based Packet Marking and Auditing for Network Forensics",

Omer Demir, Ping Ji, Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City

University of New York). Spring/2007 issue, International Journal of Digital Evidence.

 

"Forensic Analysis of Embedded Systems, Past Current and the Future",

Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). In proceedings of

the First Workshop on Embedded Systems Security, 6th Annual ACM

Conference on Embedded Software, Seoul, Korea, October 22 ~ 29, 2006.

 

"Session Based Logging (SBL) for IP-Traceback in Network", Omer Demir,

Ping Ji, Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City

University of New York). In proceedings of the 2006 International

Conference on Security and Management (sponsored by The Massachusetts

Institute of Technology's Media Lab and Texas Advanced Computer Center

of University of Texas at Austin), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 26 ~

29, 2006.

 

"Possibility and Limitation of a Hardware-Assisted Data Prefetching

Framework Using Off-Line Training of Markovian Predictors", Jinwoo Kim

(John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New

York), Kiran Puttaswamy (Georgia Institute of Technology). In

proceedings of the 2005 International Conference in Computer Design,

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 27 ~ 30, 2005.

"Adaptive Compiler Directed Prefetching for EPIC Processors",

Jinwoo Kim (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University

of New York), Krishna V. Palem (Georgia Institute of Technology),

Rodric M. Rabbah (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Weng-

Fai Wong (National University of Singapore). In proceedings of the

2004 Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications,

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, June 21 ~ 24, 2004 .

 

"A Framework for Data Prefetching using Off-line Training of Markovian

Predictors",

Jinwoo Kim (Georgia Institute of Technology), Krishna V. Palem

(Georgia Institute of Technology), and Weng-Fai Wong (National

University of Singapore). In proceedings of the 20th International

Conference on Computer Design, Freiburg, Germany, September 16-18,

2002.

Research interest

Forensic Computing, Security in Embedded Systems, Secure omputer Architectures, Network Forensics, Machine Learning, Human-computer Interaction.

Expertise

Digital forensics, security in embedded systems and network security