Our Faculty

Sung-Hyuk Cha

Associate Professor

Seidenberg School of CSIS

Computer Science NY

Location
  • @New York City
    Goldstein Academic Center 318
Office Hours
New York City

Tue 12:40pm-5:40pm

Education


PhD , State University of New York at Buffalo , 2001
Computer Science

MS , Rutgers University , 1996
Computer Science

BS , Rutgers University , 1994
Computer Science

Awards and Honors

  • Center for Community Outreach, - Faculty Leadership Award

Publications


Cha, S. (2016, June 2). Minimising Branch Crossings in Phylogenetic Trees. International Journal of Applied Pattern Recognition. Vol 3 (Issue 1) , pages 22-37. http://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJAPR.2016.076982

Cha, S., Ducasse, E., Quintas, L. V., Kravette, K. & Mendoza, D. M. (2015, December 01). A Graph Model Related to Chemistry: Conversion of Methane to Higher Alkanes. International Journal of Chemical Modeling. Vol 7 (Issue 1) , pages 17-29. http://https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=54040

Cha, S., Ducasse, E., Quintas, L. V., Kravette, K. J. & Mendoza, D. M. (2015, December 01). Graph theory and the conversion of methane to higher order alkanes. Congressus Numerantium. Vol 224 , pages 75-90.

Cha, S., Ducasse, E., Kravette, K. J., Quintas, L. V. & Shor, J. P. (2015, December 01). Graphs whose vertices are forests with bounded degree: Open Problems. International Journal Graph Theory and Its Applications. Vol 1 (Issue 2) , pages 123-129. http://www.mililink.com/upload/article/903485702IJGTA%20v1i2%20123-129.pdf

Cha, S., Ducasse, E., Quintas, L. V. & Shor, J. P. (2015, December 01). Graphs whose vertices are forests with bounded degree: Planarity. Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications. http://bkocay.cs.umanitoba.ca/ICA

Kim, S., Cha, S., Monaco, J. & Tappert, C. (2014, March). A Correlation Method for Handling Infrequent Data in Keystroke Biometric Systems.

PRESENTATIONS


Cha, S. (2016, April 30). 25th Northeast Regional Conference. Visualizing Phylogenetic Trees. KSEA, Crowne Plaza Englewood, NJ

Sharif, R. (2015, November 07). Graph Theory Day Seventy. Deletable Prime Graphs in Dierent Radix Number Systems. The Metropolitan New York Section of The Mathematical Association of America, Pace university

Cha, S. (2015, November 07). Graph Theory Day Seventy. On Extended Vertex Cover, Clique, and Independent Set Problems. The Metropolitan New York Section of The Mathematical Association of America, Pace university

Shor, J. (2015, May 10). Pace University Student Research Day. Graphs whose vertices are forests with bounded degree: Planarity, Order, Size, Traceability, and Diameter. Pace University, Pace University

RESEARCH INTEREST


Document Analysis; Pattern Recognition & Machine Intelligence & Data Mining; Distance Measures & Pattern Matching Algorithm;

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • AAAI (Assoc. for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) [Member]
  • IEEE [Member]
  • IEEE, Computer Society [Member]
  • IGS [Member]
  • IS&T [Member]
  • Korean PACS Society [Member]
  • Pattern Recognition Society [Member]
  • SPIE [Member]
  • Korean-American Scientist and Engineer Association [Council member] , September 01 , 2003

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Seidenberg school of computer science and information systems Technical Report [Other]
    Desc: Review, edit, and publish technical reports. Promote students and professionals to submit articles.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: applied and it was approved. ISSN: 2324-8483
  • Pace University, Computer Science & Information Systems [Other]
    Desc: Member of the Cirriculum Committee
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