Yongjeong Kim

 

About Me

I am a second-year Sc.M student in System@Brown Group, advised by professor Theophilus Benson. My primary research interests include software-defined networking, distributed systems, and programmable data planes. My current research focuses on exploring heterogeneous architectures to accelerate packet processing for P4 programs.
   

Education

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Sc.M in Computer Science, 2020-2022 (expected)
Thesis: Exploring GPU As P4 Packet Processing Accelerator
GPA: 4.0/4.0
 
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
B.S in Computer and Information Science, 2016-2020
Cum Laude
   

Research Experience

IBM Research, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Graduate Research Intern, 2021-2021
Cloud Infrastructure Research Group
 
System@Brown Group, Providence, Rhode Island
Graduate research advised by professor Theophilus Benson, 2020-present
Topic: Programmable Data Plane
 
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Undergraduate research supervised by professor David Ogle, 2019-2020
Topic: Delay-Tolerant Networking In Rural Areas
   

Teaching Assistantship

CSE 2421 - System I: Introduction to Low-Level Programming and Computer Organization
Student Instructional Assistant, The Ohio State University, Spring 2020
 
CSE 2421 - System I: Introduction to Low-Level Programming and Computer Organization
Student Instructional Assistant, The Ohio State University, Autumn 2019
 
CSE 2421 - System I: Introduction to Low-Level Programming and Computer Organization
Student Instructional Assistant, The Ohio State University, Spring 2019
   

Skills

Languages
C, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, P4, Ruby, Scheme, x86 assembly language
 
Web Developement
HTML, CSS, Node.js, Ruby on Rails, MongoDB, MySQL
 
Networking Tools
wireshark, tcpdump, tethereal, mininet
 
Others
CUDA Programming, Shell scripting, Unity animation development, Android application development, Salesforce
 
Selected Coursework And Projects
Network Security, Network Programming, Network Function Offloading, Programmable Data Plane, Multicasting, Wireless Networking, Web Application Development, Artificial Intelligence, Compiler Development

   

Current Project

P4GPP
P4GPP: A GPU-Accelerated P4 Packet Processing [link]
Advisor: Professor Theophilus Benson
   

Past Project

DTN
Enabling Internet Access In Rural Areas
Supervisor: Professor David Ogle