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Friday, November 5, 2010
11:30 am - 12:40 pm
Registration with Lunch: Yongdae Kim (University of Minnesota), Eunjee Song (Baylor University)
12:40 pm - 01:10 pm
Opening Remarks
- Yoonsuck Choe, Texas A&M University, KOCSEA President
- Yoohwan Kim, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, KOCSEA Vice President, Symposium General Chair
01:10 pm - 01:50 pm
Keynote Speech 1: Preston Marshall (USC-ISI), Some Major and Remaining Challenges in Networking, Wireless, and Intelligent Systems [Abstract] [slide]
Session Chair: Taek Jin Kwon (Telcordia, Inc.)
01:50 pm - 02:05 pm
Coffee Break
02:05 pm - 03:25 pm
Invited Talk 1 - Software Engineering, Algorithms, and Protocols
Session Chair: Jungwoo Ryoo (Penn State Altoona)
- Shinyoung Lim (University of Pittsburgh), Emergency Communication for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing - Overall perspective and focus areas [Abstract] [slide]
- Eunkyoung Jee (University of Pennsylvania), Toward safety-assured development of real-time software [Abstract] [slide]
- Jyh-Ming Lien (George Mason University), Strategies for Group Motion Control [Abstract]
- Jae H. Kim (Boeing Research & Technology), iShade for Handheld Battle Command [Abstract]
03:25 pm - 03:40 pm
Coffee Break
03:40 pm - 04:10 pm
Industrial Career Talk presented by Google
Session Chair: Minkong Kim (IBM Research)
- Hyewon Jun (Google, Inc.), Life of an Engineer [Abstract]
04:10 pm - 05:10 pm
Birds-of-a-feather Branch Out Sessions (4-7 parallel sessions including a Google mentoring session)
Session Chair: Yoohwan Kim (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
The following is the list of candidate sessions with tentative moderator/scribe assignments:
- Networking: Taek Jin Kwon, Bongjun Ko
- Intelligent System: Se June Hong, Jihie Kim, Taehyung Wang
- Security: Byung Choi, Yongdae Kim, Jungwoo Ryoo
- Cyber Physical Systems: Sang Hyuk Son, Insup Lee
- Software Engineering: Eunjee Song
- Bio-informatics and Medical Information Systems: Yoonsuck Choe, Yooah Kim
- Computer Science & Engineering Education
- Google Mentoring Session: Minkong Kim, Heidi Shin
* More details will be given by the session chair at the symposium.
05:10 pm - 05:25 pm
05:25 pm - 06:25 pm
Invited Talk 2 - Computer Simulation, Games, and Expert Systems
Session Chair: Shinyoung Lim (University of Pittsburgh)
- Matthew Klenk (Naval Research Laboratory), Goal-Driven Autonomy for Responding to Unexpected Events in Complex Environments [Abstract]
- Ilmi Yoon (San Francisco State University), deBugger: Educational MMORPG Game for CS Students [Abstract]
- Dongwook Shin (Tranformation, Inc.), Challenges in Building Intelligent Clinical Decision Support Systems Using a Large Knowledge Base [Abstract]
06:25 pm - 09:00 pm
Banquet [Direction]
- Sponsor Talks: Jong-Deok Kim (KUSCO), Jae Hoon Kim (KSEA), Haejung Chung (Google), Kyoung-Gu Woo (Samsung), and In-Tark Han (ETRI)
- Moon-Jung Chung Scholarship Awards Ceremony, Jongwook Woo (California State University, LA), Jusub Kim (Rhythm & Hues Studios)
- KSEA IT Infrastructure Update, Jungwoo Ryoo (Penn State Altoona) [slide]
Saturday, November 6, 2010
08:00 am - 08:30 am
08:30 am - 09:10 am
Keynote Speech 2: Hosin Lee ( University of Iowa), 20-year Efforts to Develop and Commercialize Pavement Surface Crack Analysis Software [Abstract] [slide] [UKC2011]
Session Chair: Yoonsuck Choe (Texas A&M University)
09:10 am - 09:25 am
Coffee Break
09:25 am - 10:25 am
Invited Talk 3 - Systems Architecture and  Networking
Session Chair: Tae Oh (Rochester Institute of Technology)
- Jane Oh (NASA-JPL-MSFC), NASA Mission Critical Flight Software Systems [Abstract]
- Kang G. Shin (University of Michigan), Interference Management in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks [Abstract]
- Jongman Kim (Georgia Tech.), A Digital Informersive System - Immersive Technologies on a Hybrid GPGPU-CPU Platform [Abstract] [slide]
10:25 am - 10:40 am
Coffee Break
10:40 am - 11:40 am
Invited Talk 4 - Bio-informatics and Medical Applications
Session Chair: Injong Rhee (North Carolina State University)
- Kwang-Roh Park (ETRI), Single-Media Multi-Device (SMMD) as an Enabling Technology of Sensory Effect [Abstract] [slide]
- Young-Rae Cho (Baylor University), Systematic Analysis of Interactome: A New Trend in Bioinformatics [Abstract] [slide]
Yooah Kim (NIH), Identifying Causal Genes and Dysregulated Pathways in Complex Diseases [Abstract] [slide]
11:40 am - 11:55 am
Coffee Break
11:55 am - 12:25 pm
Birds-of-a-feather Summary Presentations
Session Chair: Yoohwan Kim (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
- Networking & Security [slide]
- Database, Data Mining & Intelligent System [slide]
- Bio-informatics & Medical Information Systems [slide]
- Cyber-Physical Systems & Software Engineering
- Google Mentoring Session
12:25 pm - 01:40 pm
Lunch and Poster browsing
01:40 pm - 02:20 pm
Invited Talk 5 - Machine Learning
Session Chair: Jongwook Woo (California State University Los Angeles)
- Hyeyoung Park (Kyungpook National University, Korea), Subspace analysis and learning of similarity measures for Image data [Abstract]
- Jeongkyu Lee (University of Bridgeport), A Hierarchical Approach to Landmarks Detection in Taekwondo Poomsae Videos [Abstract]
02:20 pm - 02:35 pm
Coffee Break
02:35 am - 03:35 pm
Invited Talk 6 - Algorithms and Cyber Physical Systems
Session Chair: Bong Jun Ko (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)
- Mona Kessel (NASA, Headquarter), NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes and Space Weather Applications [Abstract] [slide]
- Sang Hyuk Son (University of Virginia), Providing Robustness in Cyber Physical Systems [Abstract] [slide]
- Zongwoo Geem (iGlobal University), Harmony Search Algorithm for Computer Science and Engineering [Abstract] [slide]
03:35 pm - 03:50 pm
Coffee Break
03:50 pm - 04:50 pm
KOCSEA Annual Business Meeting [slide]
- KOCSEA status update
- Future plans
- Collaboration discussion with an ETRI representative (Dr. In-Tark Han)
04:50 pm - 05:00 pm
Closing Remarks
(Optional KSEA Event)
06:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Banquet (co-hosted by KSEA) [Direction]
Information for Talk Presenters
- Each talk is given 20 min. Please prepare a 15 minute talk so that you have time for a few questions.
- Please keep the time since we have a very tight schedule.
- Email your slides (in .ppt or .pdf) to Prof. Jungwoo Ryoo (jryoo@psu.edu) or submit the file in a USB drive before your session starts.
- We suggest arriving there at least 20 minutes earlier than your session start time.
(Last Updated on January 7, 2010)

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