Joongheon Kim

Joongheon Kim is a professor at Chung-Ang University, School of Software (formerly, School of Computer Science and Engineering), and currently a director of Chung-Ang University Distributed Platforms and Security Lab. He has received Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Southern California (USC). His major research field is in the theory, design, and implementation of distributed computing platforms including Deep learning software platforms, Fully distributed peer-to-peer network platforms, e.g., Blockchain, and Energy storage systems, wireless power transfer, smartgrid/microgrid systems. He is a senior member of the IEEE; and a member of the ACM and IEEE Communications Society.

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James has a master's degree in software from Korea University and KAIST with 20 years of experience in the field of IT. He has written four books and several papers relating to machine learning and finance, and made presentations at several conferences for the development of technology, such as Pycon and Open Technet. He now teaches a Digital MBA course at Seoul School of Integrated Science & Technologies, and regularly writes to MTech in the Maeil Business Newspaper.
Jenny wrote award-winning bachelor's and master's theses at Korea University and Dongguk University, respectively. She has 10 years of experience in the field of IT. She has performed customer analytics studies to analyze and predict users' behavior patterns by analyzing web user logs of the National IT Industry Promotion Agency. She has conducted research on smart grid technology for Green Office of the Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning. She studied systems for real time big data processing for the National IT Industry Promotion Agency. She also participated in the development of the big data analysis system of the National Assembly Library and developed data abstraction, interface and a module for basic statistical analysis. She is the co-author of one book and has written two papers.
Kangho has been in financial market for 10 years as a derivatives trader, an analyst and a portfolio manager at reputable global investment firms. At Franklin Templeton, he has performed a role of portfolio manager over 6 years, managing more than US $1.6 billion funds for fixed income, derivatives and alternative assets. He is also a member of the Society of Blockchain Developers in Korea. Kangho also has a Master of Science in Global Finance from New York University’s Stern Business School and HKUST Business School, and a Bachelor of Economics from Korea University in Seoul.
HJ has built his career as research analyst in top global investment firms such as Goldman Sachs and Barclays, covering major industries and companies in Korea.  As his passion in tech continues, he is diverting much energy in researching blockchain technology. As a co-founder of a tech start-up, HJ launched a social network mobile application and applied blockchain technology to his service. He graduated with a Bachelor of Economics from Korea University in Seoul.
Aaron started his career with the MAS, Singapore's Central Bank and financial regulatory authority after graduating from Singapore Management University. He traded a variety of financial instruments at the MAS, managing part of the central bank's foreign reserves. He subsequently joined Tikehau Capital, a listed European asset manager with US$16bn in AUM. Based in Singapore, he was responsible for the sourcing and execution of Asian private equity and venture opportunities across multiple sectors. More recently, he was closely involved in the launch of a venture capital fund.