Seehwan Yoo received Ph.D. degree in computer science and engineering from Korea University, Korea, 2013. The thesis title is 'Real-time support for Xen-ARM mobile virtualization.' His study covers various issues in virtualization on mobile systems, including real-time scheduling, vector-floating point hardware handling, and I/O performances.
From March 2013 to February 2014, Dr. Yoo worked for LG electronics as a senior researcher.
In 2006, Dr. Yoo worked for Microsoft research asia (located in Beijing, China), as a research intern.
Since March 2014, Dr. Yoo has been with the department of Mobile Systems Engineering (MSE), College of International Studies, Dankook University. He is currently an Assistant Professor.
His research interests are in wide range of computer operating systems and mobile systems including virtualization, (real-time) scheduling, and multi-core processing.
Mobile computing systems
Systems virtualization, network virtualization
general operating systems, Linux kernel, embedded systems, mobile systems