Samuel Kim (skim2)

Samuel Kim

Teaching Professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Computer Science

Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science

Computer Science

Gateway Center S430
(201) 216-8249

Education

  • PhD (2005) Stevens Institute of Technology (Computer Science)
  • MS (1988) University of Colorado (Computer Science)
  • BS (1986) University of California, Irvine (Computer Science)

Experience

Stevens Institute of Technology (Adjunct Professor): 1998-2021
• Designed and taught a number of graduate level courses, including "Database Management Systems”, “Data Warehousing”, “Object-Relational Database Management”, “Computer Architecture” and “Object Oriented Design and Programming in C++”.

Vitech Systems Group (Associate Director): 2005-2021
• Managed technical solutions for Vitech implementations – a fully browser-based, multi-tier J2EE/Oracle based solutions, designed specifically for the needs of multi-employer, public pension, and group health benefits administration.

Dun & Bradstreet (AVP): 1995-2005
• Responsible for formulating and implementing strategic and technical solutions for enterprise information environment, coordinating, driving and sustaining multiple simultaneous technology initiatives.

Salomon Brothers (Software Development Manager): 1994-1995
• Responsible for development and enhancement of the Position tracking component of Salomon’s real-time Fixed Income Trade Entry system.

Bell Communications Research (Member of Technical Staff): 1989-1994
• Project Leader for database conversion software used by the Regional Telephone Companies when undergoing an area code change for a geographical area.

IBM (Software Engineer): 1987-1989
• Designed and implemented engineering application software that performed image processing for quality enhancement of IBM laser printers.

Institutional Service

  • CS CC (Curriculum Committee) Member
  • SES UGCC (Undergraduate Curriculum Committee) Member

Appointments

• Teaching Professor (Computer Science Dept.): Fall 2021 - Present
• Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (Computer Science Dept.): Fall 2021- Present

Courses

• CS 442 (Database Management Systems) 2021-2022
• CS 561 (Database Management Systems) 2005-2022
• CS 562 (Database Management Systems) 2007-2022
• CS 105 (Introduction to Scientific Computing) 1998
• CS 382 (Computer Arch. & Org.) 1998
• CS 492 (Operating Systems) in 2000
• Special Topics (Data Warehousing)
• Special Topics (Object-Relational DBMS)