Tae-Hoon Kim, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Computer Information Technology
Tae-Hoon Kim is Associate Professor of Computer Information Technology in the Department of Computer Information Technology and Graphics. His expertise includes computer network and security.
Initial his research was about resilience of mobile wireless sensor and ad hoc network. Current research interests are cybersecurity education in K-12 and college, security and performance in Industrial Internet of Things, and applications in data science. His researches are funded by Army Research Office, NSF, NSA, and Industry.
Kim, T. H., Calix, R., and Patel, D., “Low cost system for laboratory-based course in IT Education using Raspberry Pi”, 126th ASEE Annual Conference, June 2019.
Jin, G., Tu, M., Kim, T., Heffron, J., White, J., Trekles, A., “Development and Evaluation of Cybersecurity Education Games for High School Students”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Innovation. 10(1), 25-35. ISSN: 2152-4157, 2018
Jin, G., Tu, M., Kim, T., Heffron, J., White, J., “Evaluation of Game-Based Learning in Cybersecurity Education for High School Students”, Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn). 12(1), 150-158. ISSN: 2089-9823, 2018.
He teaches most network related topics and other topics in several courses such as LAN, WAN, switching, routing, network protocols, TCP/IP, application, network design, wireless network and communications, network performance, IoT, security, mobile application, and etc.