Hoe Kyung Jung received the B.S. , M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Dept. of Computer Engineering from Kwangwoon University in 1985, 1987 and 1993, respectively. He was a Researcher at UK ICL Institute in 1990. He worked as a Visiting Researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute from 1994 to 1995. Since 1994, He is currently a professor at the Department of Computer Engineering at Paichai University. Since 2013, He is currently a president at the Korean Institute of Information & Communication Sciences. He is also serving as a guest editor, and editorial staff and review committee of Journal of Korean Society for Internet Information, Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (SCIE) - KSI and other journals. His current research interests include Multimedia Document Architecture Modeling, Information Processing, Information Retrieval and Databases.
Jung Tae Kim has published 20 papers in the SCI or SCIE Journal, and his 106 papers were also published in other Korean Journals. Before joining the University, he served as senior member of technical staff at ETRI (Electronic Telecommunication Research Institute) in Korea. Furthermore, he presented 60 papers at international proceedings. His research interest is in the area of information technology that includes Information security system design, network security, ASIC design and crypto-processor design. His paper was nominated by the International Conference of KIMICS2011 as best papers in 2011.
Also, he received several times an award for the best papers in the Korea Institute of Information & Communication Engineering. His name is entitled “2006 Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 2006 edition. And his paper is nominated by best paper in The Science Federation of Science and Technology Societies, in Korea, 2010. In 2012, he received a best paper given by Korea Research Foundation(NRF).From 2010, he has served editor-in-chief on Journal of The Korea Information Institute and Communication Engineering and editor of Journal of Information and Communication Engineering.
Tony Sahama is a senior lecturer in the Information Security Discipline, Faculty of Science and Engineering (SEF). His research interest is in Health/Medical Informatics in particular, Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) and Clinical Decision Support Systems design and development. Dr. Sahama possesses PhD in Computer Science (Computer Simulation and Modelling, DACE), and has experience working with researchers in developing customised technology applications for Clinical Decision Support Systems, Data warehousing, Data Integration and IT applications for healthcare decision making processes. Tony’s recent work is in developing IT educational applications for consumers in the PACT arena (People Accepting Controversial Technologies). Currently, Tony is supervising 4 research masters and 4 PhD level projects in the Medical Informatics research area. Tony holds professional membership with ACM, IEEE, IBS, ACS, SSAI and HISA.
Chung-Huang Yang has a Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1990. He is currently a Professor at the National Kaohsiung Normal University and the President of the Chinese Cryptology and Information Security Association (CCISA), Taiwan.
Previously, he was a software engineer at the RSA Data Security, Inc. (Redwood City, USA), a postdoctoral fellow at the NTT Network Information Systems Laboratories (Yokosuka, Japan), and a project manager of Information Security and Cryptology Project at the Telecommunication Laboratories, Chunghwa Telecom (Taiwan). His current research interests include Mobile Security, Digital Forensics, and Efficient Implementations of Cryptosystems.