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KANG G. SHIN (신강근)

I am the Kevin and Nancy O'Connor Professor of Computer Science, and the Founding Director of the Real-Time Computing Laboratory (RTCL) in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at The University of Michigan.

I am currently leading several major research projects in the areas listed below, applying their results to real-life applications, and educating students and industry engineers.

oMobile wireless networking and computing, including cognitive-radio or software-defined wireless networks, gigabit wireless LANs, mobile devices and apps.

oComputation and network security, including location privacy protection, self-securing mobile handsets, botnets, malware classification, and application protection in untrusted environments.

o Cyber-physical systems by integrating real-time embedded applications and system SW with real-life physical systems like large-scale enery storage systems, ground and space vehicles; low-power embedded real-time OS, scheduling theory, middleware, and networks.

o Resilient cloud computing service and operation via virtualization-based server consolidation, replication and resource management.

Click here for details of these projects and recent publications.

Short biosketch: click here

REAL-TIME COMPUTING LABORATORY
Department of Electrical Engineering 
                                    and  Computer Science
The University of Michigan
2260 Hayward St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121

PHONES:

            +1 734-763-0391 (voice)
              +1 734-763-8094 (fax)

E-MAIL:   kgshin@umich.edu