Sangchan Park
Chair, Professor
Establishing Energy Policy and Decision Making; Healthcare Technologies; Education Engineering and Technologies; AI, Machine Learning, Big Data
Office: A-309
Anthony Pennings
Undergraduate Program Director, Professor
Ph.D. Univ. of Hawaii: Political Economy and Technology Policy
Broadband and Internet policy; financial technologies and news for sustainable development; monetary policy and global green finance, spreadsheet and blockchain ledger technology, ICT policy, geopolitical risk and economic development, information economics, global communications; sensing technologies for disaster risk reduction
Office: A-309
Clovia Hamilton
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville: Industrial & Systems Eng., Eng. Management concentration
Technology transfer, technology commercialization, technology in the cities, smart cities, urban planning technology, STEM, STEAM, smart cities, engineering ethics, data privacy, artificial intelligence, engineering pedagogy, cognitive assistive technology, educational technology
Office: B-322
James F. Larson
Leading Professor
Ph.D. Stanford University: Communication
ICT for development (ICT4D) with a focus on Korea’s experience; Telecommunications and ICT sector policy; Media, public opinion and foreign policy, Television and new media in the Olympics; Digitalization in Korea; Digital technologies for public safety networks and disaster risk reduction
Office: B-308
Jang Ik Lee
Research Professor
Ph.D. University of California-Berkeley: Educational Policy and Management
Educational service management, Entrepreneurship, Educational Technology Management.
Office: B-306
Jin-sang Lee
Ph.D. University of Strathclyde, Economic Development
International Development and Cooperation, African Economic Development, Economies of Developing Countries, Science and Technology, Education and Development
Office: B-608
Johng-Ihl Lee
Ph.D. University of Cincinnati: Economics
Technology Strategy: Policy Development and Evaluation, Technology Forecasting, Technology Assessment, Methodology and Practices, International Technology Cooperation: Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation, ODA (Official Development Assistance) programs and projects (Especially on HRD (Human Resources Development)) Dr. Lee has been a major part of many government projects in the fields of developing and implementing various technology policies, which include technology forecasting, infrastructure building, and project assessment.
Office: A-414 or B-307
Joseph S. Cabuay
Associate Research Professor; Senior Professor of Practice
M.I.A., Columbia University, Science & Technology Policy Management; Ed.D., Northeastern University, Organizational Leadership & Global Management
Executive Development & Learning Technologies, Cross Cultural Leadership & Management, Cross-Cultural Sales & Marketing, Technology & Sustainable Development, A.I. & Leadership Development, Global Human Resource Management, Performance Management, Interpretative Phenomenological Research Methods
Office: B-311
Kyungkyu Kim
Research Professor
Ph.D. University of Utah, USA
AI and big data management, IT in the workplace, Digital transformation, and Digital business strategy.
Office: B-305
Mark D. Whitaker
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison: Sociology
Information Society; Information Communication Technology for Sustainable Development (ICT4SD); Mobile Phone Networks in Sustainable Development and Disaster Risk Reduction; Circular Economy; SDG#12: Encouraging Sustainable Production and Consumption; Smart Cities; Comparative Research on ‘Mobile Addiction’/Depression; Science and Technology Studies; Futures Studies; Comparative Historical Methods; World Regional Cultural Variations; Environmental Sociology; Environmental and/or Social Life Cycle Assessment (LCA); Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA); Social Impact Assessment (SIA); Policy Evaluation; Consumption as Strategically Implemented, Network Analysis; Sociology of Religion, Science and Technology; Comparative Conditions of Successful/Failed Sustainability Programs and Successful/Failing Democracies; Comparative Development
Office: B-303
Maurice X. Bess
Assistant Research Professor
M.S. Interactive Entertainment, Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (UCF)
Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Future Gaming Technology
Office: B-321
Neal Dreamson
Associate Professor
Ph.D. Univ. of Queensland: Socio-cultural philosophy; DDES. Swinburne Univ. of Technology: Online user experience design
Educational Technology; Cultural-Religious Diversity; Intercultural Education; Socio-cultural Philosophy; Digital Literacy; Digital Pedagogy; Global Citizenship Education; Learning Theories; Educational Metaphysics; Doctoral Education; Sustainable Education; Educational Policy; Higher Education; Learning Management Systems; Cross-Cultural Design; User Experience Design; Meta-Case Methodology.
Office: B-304
Sira Maliphol
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Seoul National University: Engineering (Technology Management, Economics, and Policy)
Technological Catch-up and Development; Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy; Innovation Systems; The Middle-income Trap; Technological Transition; Economic Development; Policy Experimentation; Sustainability; Smart Cities; Asian Economics; Econometrics; Agent-based Modeling
Office: B-324
Sung Jin Kim
Adjunct Professor
Ph.D. Technology, Policy, and Innovation, Stony Brook University
Technology policymaking, Decision modeling, System engineering, Big data and data science, Open-source data analysis, Analysis of alternatives.
Office: A-625
Suzana Brown
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder: Telecommunication
Mobile technology for health; ICT, Entrepreneurship, and Development; Humanitarian/assistive technologies
Office: B-310
Young Geun Lee
Leading Professor
Ph.D. Architectural Engineering / Construction
The technology of Architectural Engineering, Urban Planning, and Airport Planning.
Office: A-510