Kun Woo Cho | 조건우



CS Ph.D. student at Princeton University
Advised by Prof. Kyle Jamieson

Wireless Systems | Mobile Sensing | Digital Health

Email: kwcho@princeton.edu

CV     GOOGLE SCHOLAR

MEDIA COVERAGE



A Screening Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders


Reported by more than 50 public media outlets, including UPI, New York Daily News, AutismGazette, Wired UK, KoreaDaily, YTN, Donga Science. [Read More]



Ten School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Students Recognized for Outstanding Research


Ten high achieving SEAS graduate and undergraduate students at UB have been recognized with prestigious awards from Liesl Folks, the dean of SEAS. [Read More]

PUBLICATIONS


  • Brain Password: A Secure and Truly Cancelable Brain Biometrics for Smart Headwear
    - The 16th ACM International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Systems (MobiSys’18), Munich, Germany, June 2018

  • Efficient and Effective Visual Stimuli Design for Quantitative Autism Screening: An Exploratory Study [Link]
    - IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI'17), Orlando, Florida, February 2017

  • Gaze-Wasserstein: A Quantitative Screening Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders [Link]
    - IEEE Conference on Wireless Health (WH'16), Bethesda, MD, October 2016

  • Thermal Handprint Analysis for Forensic Identification using Heat-Earth Mover's Distance [Link]
    - IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis (ISBA'16), Sendai, Japan, February 2016


PRESENTATIONS


  • EmotionSense: A Smartphone based Adaptive Platform to Track Emotions [slides]
    - Undergraduate Cambridge Scholars Symposium, University of Cambridge, August 2017

  • Gaze-Wasserstein: A Quantitative Screening Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders [poster] [slides]
    - IEEE Conference on Wireless Health, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, October 2016
    - Celebration of Academic Excellence, State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, April 2017

  • Thermal Handprint Analysis for Forensic Identification using Heat-Earth Mover's Distance [poster] [slides]
    - IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, February 2016
    - Celebration of Academic Excellence, State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, April 2016

  • Forensic Investigation of Perfume Residues on Fabric Samples by Gas Chromatography [slides]
    - American Chemistry Society Conference, New Haven Hotel, New Haven, CT, December 2013

PROJECTS


HONORS AND AWARDS


  • SEAS Dean’s Undergraduate Achievement Award (05/2018)
    - University at Buffalo (5 out of 4000+)
    - $200 / To recognize exceptional undergraduate students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences who have distinguished themselves through excellence in undergraduate research.

  • UB CSE Departmental Award of Research (05/2018)
    - CSE Department at the University at Buffalo
    - Awarded to one or two graduating seniors who have done exceptional research with a UB CSE faculty during their undergraduate studies.

  • Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) Scholarship (10/2017)
    - Grace Hopper Celebration, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL
    - $1000 / Sponsored by Apple, Inc

  • Honors College Scholarship (07/2017)
    - Honors College, University at Buffalo
    - $2000 / Scholarship for honors student selected for Cambridge Undergraduate Scholars Program.

  • UB Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Award of Distinction (04/2017)
    - University at Buffalo (15 out of 20,411+)
    - Distinguished scholarly work in the undergraduate research at the University at Buffalo

  • CURCA Undergraduate Research Awards (02/2016 & 09/2016)
    - University at Buffalo
    - $1000 / Distinguished scholarly work in the undergraduate research at the University at Buffalo

  • SUNY STEM Research Passport Award (08/2015)
    - The State University of New York
    - $3500 / Accepted into the SUNY STEM Research Passport Program class of summer 2015.

  • Barbara & Jack Davis Dean's Scholarship (08/2014)
    - CSE Dept, University at Buffalo
    - $4000 / Funding for undergraduate engineering students from Western New York.

  • International Merit Scholarship (08/2014)
    - University at Buffalo
    - $36000 / Scholarship for qualified international freshmen based on high school GPA and SAT/ACT scores.

  • University Honors Program (08/2014)
    - Honors College, University at Buffalo
    - Offered for top 10% of incoming freshmen at the University at Buffalo.

  • Dean's List
    - University at Buffalo
    - Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018