Sundong Kim PhD student at KAIST

Sundong Kim

Ph.D. Candidate, KAIST KSE
E-mail: (at)
'Open-Minded', 'Opinionative', 'Optimist', 'Optimizer'

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About Me

I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student in Graduate School of Knowledge Service Engineering (KSE) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). Currently, I’m a member of Data Mining Lab (Mar 2015 - Current). My advisor is Jae-Gil Lee. I received B.S and M.S in Dept. of Industrial & Systems Engineering at KAIST (Feb 2013, 2015 respectively). And I was a member of Risk Analysis & Management Lab (Mar 2014 - Feb 2015), during my master’s course.

My current research topic is predicting & analyzing interesting behaviors from customer’s mobility data.

My previous research topic was about the knowledge base bootstrapping (B-box), by iteratively refining type information of entities(instances and properties), while developing software in Exobrain WiseKB project.

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