Myungsun Kim

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About me

I am an assistant professor at the University of Suwon.
I have a broad interest in cryptographic foundations of secure computation.
Some particular interests include efficient algorithms, database query processing, and biometric cryptography.
Further, I am interested in constructing crypto-supporting library (CSL) using OpenCL programming

I graduated from Seoul National University in 2012, under the supervision of Prof. Jung Hee Cheon.
My PhD thesis is on the "Cryptographic Shuffles and their Applications".
In 2002∼2007, I was a senior engineer at the Connectivity Lab., DM R&D Center at Samsung Electronics.

Teaching

In Spring term
In Fall term

Research and CV/Resume

Projects

On-going projects
  1. Cryptography for Private Database Queries through NRF funded by the Ministry of Education (2017-R1D1A1B04035209)
  2. Development of homomorphic encryption for DNA analysis and biometric authentication funded by the MSIP and supervised by the NIPA
Competed projects
  1. Private set operations over cummulative data models through NRF funded by the Ministry of Education (2014-R1A1A2058377)
  2. Improving privacy of query statements on encrypted databases funded by KIISC
  3. Biometric Authentication using Fully Homomorphic Encryption funded by SK Telecom, co., ltd.
  4. Specialized Co-operation between industry and academic support program funded by the MSIP and supervised by the NIPA (NIPA-2014-H0808-14-1003)

CSL

I am in charge of maintaining a page on Crypro-Supporting Library under OpenCL.
CSL is an OpenCL-based big number library, especially for the purpose of supporting efficient computations for FHE-based applications.