Hyungik Oh
PhD Student

Information and Computer Science
University of California, Irvine
Social Life Networks Lab
Office: DBH 3209
Email: hyungiko@uci.edu

Curriculum Vitae

About Me

I am a PhD student in Donald Bren Schoold of Information and Computer Science at University of California, Irvine. My advisor is Bren Professor Ramesh Jain.

My research focuses on building a context awareness system which analyzes contexts and then detects human’s high level daily activities called life events. It turns myriad data collected from mobile devices or wearable devices into chronological data stream and then builds a human event model on a real time basis. I am building a complete infrastructure for Objective Self and hope to demonstrate its applicability in a few application soon. 


My research interest is intelligent system, context-awareness, machine learning, data mining and information retrieval. I do not want to do just pure theoretical approaches, but applying my research into the real-world application. I am a mobile person, as well. I enjoy utilizing the mobile device in my research.

Research Project

Life Event Detection
Pixel Averages for Auxological Assessments:An Innovative Method for Obtaining Frequent and Precise Measures of Height and Length (Supported by Gates Foundation)
SmartNoti-Intelligent Notification System

Publication

Hyungik Oh, Laleh Jalali, and Ramesh Jain. "An intelligent notification system using context from real-time personal activity monitoring." Multimedia and Expo (ICME), 2015 IEEE International Conference on. IEEE, 2015.

Laleh Jalali, Da Huo, Hyungik Oh, Mingfan Tang, Siripen Pongpaichet, Ramesh Jain. Personicle: Personal Chronicle of Life Events. Workshop on Personal Data Analytics in the Internet of Things, VLDB 2014