Hyong Kim

Drew D. Perkins Professor – ECE
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office D207 Hamerschlag Hall
Telephone (412)-268-6491
Fax (412)-268-3890
Email
Website http://theone.ece.cmu.edu/
Assistant Carol Patterson

Research Interests

Scalable QoS Switch Architecture

Design and implementation of scalable switch architectures for large networks with varying quality of service. In addition to performance design metrics, implementation metrics such as power, space, and cost effectiveness are explored in the design of switch architectures.

Converged Network Architectures

Design of unifying network architectures based on GMPLS control plane for various existing and future services. Research issues include intelligent traffic management, secure and fault-tolerant control plane, management of multi-layer and cross-layer interactions, and optimization of network resources in multi-layer networks.

System Management of VM based Cloud Computing

Design and development of control and management system for heterogeneous and virtualized computing clusters. Research issues include VM dependency in resource allocation, VM process migration, power optimization, and dependable & fault-tolerant operation.

In the News

  • Payne Earns SMART Scholarship
  • ECE Faculty Instruct Information Assurance Capacity Building Program
  • Carnegie Mellon Created CyLab Korea; Kim Named Director
  • Kim Announced to be the First Perkins Professor
  •  Hyong  Kim

    Carnegie Mellon, 1990

    Research Area

    Computer Systems

    Keywords

    Advanced switch and network architectures, fault-tolerant network architectures, network management and control

    Education

    PhD, 1990
    Electrical Engineering
    University of Toronto

    MASc, 1987
    Electrical Engineering
    University of Toronto

    BEng, 1984
    Electrical Engineering
    McGill University