Prof. Sungzoon Cho
Seoul National University, South Korea
Sungzoon Cho is professor of Industrial
Engineering Department and
the director of Data Mining Center at Seoul National University (http://dm.snu.ac.kr).
He serves as the chair of the Big Data subcommittee on the Government3.0
Committee of Korean government. He is also on the editorial board of Flexible
Services and Manufacturing Journal, International
Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems and International
Journal of Cognitive Biometrics. He was the president of Korea
Business Intelligence Data Mining Society from 2009 to 2011. His main
areas of research include big data, text mining, machine learning and
anomaly detection as well as their applications in manufacturing,
marketing, finance, and biometrics.
He has published more than 150 articles in such journals as Pattern Recognition, Neural Computation, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, AI in Medicine, Journal of Interactive Marketing, and Computer and Security. He obtained several patents from US and Korea and helped to develop two commercial software products which are the de factor standard in psychiatric clinics around Korea. The companies he has been advising in the area of data analytics include Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motors, LG Electronics, Hyundai Heavy Industries, POSCO, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Doosan Infracore, SK Hynix Semiconductor, SK Telecommunication, CJ, and Adobe. He advised 12 PhD and 60 Master students as of September 2015. He teaches Data Mining and Computational Intelligence.
He has BS and MS in industrial engineering from Seoul National University, MS in computer science from University of Washington, PhD in computer science from University of Maryland. He was an assistant professor of computer science and engineering at POSTECH, Anthony Mason fellow at University of New South Wales, and a visiting scholar at University of Washington Foster School of Business.