Research Interests | Teaching Interests | Education | Expericence | Awards & Grants | Memberships Publications | Teaching | Services

Research Interests

  1. Workflow Management and Service Integration
  2. Web service Composition and Customization
  3. Data and Information Security and Privacy
  4. Electronic Commerce and E-Government
  5. Knowledge Engineering, Ontology and Semantic Web
  6. Geospaital and Image database Management
  7. Multimedia Scientific data and information integration and Customization
  8. Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing,

Teaching Interests

  1. Data and Application Security and Privacy
  2. Data Analytics and Decision Support
  3. Database Systems
  4. Business Process Management

Education

    Ph.D, Information Technology, Rutgers University, New Jersey;
           Advisor: Vijay Atluri; Co-advisor: Nabil R. Adam
           Dissertation: Decentralized Management of Dynamic and Customized Workflows
    MBA, Information Technology, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey
    MS, Computer Science, State University of New York at Buffalo.
    MA, Linguistics, State University of New York at Buffalo.
    BA, English Education, Busan National University, Busan, Korea

Experience

Awards and Grants

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS: EXTERNAL GRANTS
  1. International Collaborator, The Role of Public Sector and Agenda for Intelligent Society, NRF (National Research Research Foundation of Korea) - SSK Large progam (PI: Dong Wook Kim, Seoul National University), 9/1/2017 - 8/31/2021.

  2. Co-PI, I/UCRC: Center for Hybrid Multicore Productivity Research (CHMPR) - Rutgers Site, NSF I/UCRC Program (PI: Adam, Rutgers University) $299,961, 8/1/2016-7/31/2021.

  3. Principal Investigator, "Collaborative Project: Integrating learning resources for Information Security Research and Education (iSECURE)," NSF SFS (Scholars for Security) Program Award No. DUE1241687. (Lead PI: V. Oria, NJIT, PI: E. Renfro-Michel, Montclair State University)

  4. Co-Principal Investigator, "Research on semantic transitivity model in object knowledge system," National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. 71073017, 270,000CNY ($40,000), 1/1/2011-12/31/2013 (PI: Prof. Jiangnan Qiu, Dalian University of Technology, China).

  5. Principal Investigator, "A Sensor Network-based Real-Time Flood Warning System," New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, $35,000, 1/1/2009-6/30/2010.

  6. Senior Investigator: "SGER: Technology Transfer of Inter-agency Government Services and Their Transnational Feasibility Studies," NSF Digital Government Program, EIA-0443591, $99,898, PI Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, 9/01/2004-12/31/2005).

CUNY INTERNAL GRANTS
  1. Co-PI: "Towards a Framework for Automatic Assessment and Awareness of Privacy Disclosure," PSC-CUNY Research Award #69339-00 47, PSC-CUNY Research Foundation $3443.48, 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017.

  2. Principal Investigator: "Semantic Integration of Health-related Social Media Data and Health Sentiment Mapping," PSC-CUNY Research Award #65232-00 43, PSC-CUNY Research Foundation $3471.26, 7/2012-6/2013.

  3. Principal Investigator: "Developing a Health 2.0 Medical Knowledge Base and Blog Summarization," PSC-CUNY Research Award #64266-00 42, PSC-CUNY Research Foundation $3471.26, 7/2011-12/2012.

  4. Principal Investigator, "Situation Role-based Access Control (SRBAC)," PSC-CUNY (Cycle 41) #63739-00 41 , $2860, 7/2010-6/2011.

  5. Principal Investigator, "A Conceptual Modeling for Security and Privacy Policy using Semantic Networks," PSC-CUNY Research Award #69623-00 (Cycle 38), $4,090, 7/2007-12/2008

  6. Principal Investigator, "Teaching Web Technology, Web-based Applications and Collaborative Learning for Information Systems Program," CELT Teaching and Learning Mini-Grants, $3,999, 1/2007-6/2007

  7. Principal Investigator, "A Mobile Environmental Tour Guide System," PSC-CUNY Research Award #60055-36 37 (Out of Cycle), $3,179, 7/2006-12/2007

    Travel Grants
  8. Provost Travel Grant, Faculty Center for Professional Development, CUNY/CSI, $1,000, 10/2015

  9. 2015 International Security Education Workshop Travel Support Award, The Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC), Intel, and the National Science Foundation (NSF), $500, May 18-19 2015.

  10. Provost Travel Grant, Faculty Center for Professional Development, CUNY/CSI, $1,000, 10/2015

  11. Provost Travel Grant, Faculty Center for Professional Development, CSI/CUNY, $2,409, 5/2012

  12. William Stewart Travel Grant, CUNY Academy of the Humanities and Sciences, $300, 4/2007
OTHER GRANT-RELATED ACTIVITIES
  1. Research Associate: Information Sharing across States' Incident Management Systems using UICDS, United States Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC), PI: V. Atluri, $498,431, 10/7/2009-10/6/2011.

  2. Research Associate: DG: Secure Agency Interoperation for Effective Data Mining in Border Control and Homeland Security Applications, $1,125,997, NSF (Digital Government Program), 0305838, PI: Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, 9/1/2003-6/30/2009.

  3. Research Associate: Meadowlands Environmental Research, New Jersey Meadowlands Comission, $350,000, PI Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, July 2005-June 2006.

  4. Research Associate: Meandowlands Environmental Scientific Data Management, NJMC $200,000, PI Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, July 2004- June 2005.

  5. Research Associate: Municipal Technology Initiative, NJMC $150,000, PI Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, July 2004 - June 2005.

  6. Research Associate: World Wide Web-based Watershed and Water Quality Monitoring Education Website , USEPA Region 2, $12K, PI Joan Ehrenfeld, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences: New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute & Rutgers University, 2004-2005.

  7. Research Associate: Spatially Integrated Coastal Permitting System (SICOP) (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Coastal Services Center Broad Area Announce-ment, NA17OC2587, $87,750, PI Bob Ceberio, New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, 2002-2003)

  8. Dissertation Research Assistant: Digital Government: E-government: Human-centered Systems for Business Services (NSF Digital Government Program EIA-9983468, $916,949, PI Nabil R. Adam, Rutgers University, 6/01/2000-5/31/2003)

Publications

Teaching

Services

Professional Membership & Affiliation

  1. Senior Member, IEEE (2014 - )
  2. Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) (1999 - )
  3. Member, IEEE Computer Society and IEEE (1999 - 2014)
  4. Member, SIGMOD (2005 - ), SIGSAC (2004 - ), SIGMIS (2004 - ), SIGHIT (2011 - 2012) SIGBioInformatics (2013),
  5. Member, Association for Information Systems (AIS) (2003 - )
  6. Member, Digital Government Society (2007 - )
  7. Member, IFIP Working Group 11.3 Data and Application Security and Privacy (2013- )
  8. Member, Beta Gamma Sigma (2003 - )
  9. Member, Sigma Beta Delta (2012 - )
  10. Member, New York Academy of Science (2010 - )
  11. Member, Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) (2008 - )
  12. Member, Korean-American Women in Science and Engineering (KWiSE) (2006 - )
  13. Member, CUNY Academy of the Humanities and Sciences (2007-2008 )
  14. Member, New Jersey Academy of Science (2008-2009)

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