B.Sc. (Mar.1984-Feb.1988): Math, Seoul National University.

M.Sc. (Mar.1988-Feb.1990): Math, Seoul National University
Thesis: An Extension of Nagumo's Lemma and Its Applications.
Advisor: Prof. Dohan Kim

Ph.D. (Aug.1990-Aug.1995): Math, Purdue University
Dissertation: Domain Decomposition Methods for Contaminant Transport in Fractured Porous Media. Advisor: Prof. J. Douglas, Jr.

Research Associate (1995-1997), CAAM, School of Engineering, Rice University
Experience: Wave modeling, 3D traveltime/amplitude computation, Kirchhoff migration, automatic velocity picking, and differential semblance optimization. Supervisor: Prof. W.W. Symes

Research Scientist (1997-1998), Shell E&P Tech. Co.
Experience: 3D finite difference traveltime computation and velocity analysis.

Assistant Professor (1998-2005), Math, University of Kentucky.
Research Interests: Image processing, computational seismology, and wave propagation.

Professor (2005-present), Math & Stat, Mississippi State University.
Research Interests: AI, machine learning, image and data analysis, and computational seismology

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