Dae-Kyoo Kim
Oakland University, USA
Biography:

Dae-Kyoo Kim is an associate professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Oakland University. He received the Ph.D. in Computer Science from Colorado State University in 2004, and the M.S. in Computer Science from Western Michigan University in 1997, and the B.E.E. in Information and Communication Engineering from Myongji University, Korea in 1995. During his Ph.D. work, he worked as a technical specialist at NASA\Ames Research Center in 2003. From 1997 to 2000, he worked as a senior software engineer at McHugh Software International developing logistics systems.His research interests include UML modeling, smart grid, design pattern formalization, model refactoring, aspect-oriented modeling, software architecture modeling, access control modeling, and formal methods.

He is a senior member of the IEEE Computer Society. He has published more than fifty papers including journal papers published in TSE, TOSEM, TPD, JSS, JVLC, JUCS, SQJ, and JSPE which are all SCI/SCIE indexed, book chapters published by Idea Group Inc and Kluwer Academic Publisher, and conference papers published at ISGT, SOFTSEM, ASE, FASE, ICSR, EDOC, SACMAT, ICECCS, COMPSAC, HASE, SSIRI, APSEC, SEKE, and ICSSP.

He has co-chaired workshops at COMSAC 2010, ER 2009, and ICECCS 2005 and served as a program committee member and reviewer for numerous conferences and journals in the area of software engineering. He is currently serving in the editorial board of Advances in Software Engineering Journal, The Scientific World Journal, and the International Journal of Pattern. He is a senior member of the IEEE Computer Society.


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