Jay (Seung-Jong) Park
Associate Professor

Computer Science
Louisiana State University

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Currently, I am finding a graduate student(Ph.D. student) who has a capability to do research on networking and Cloud Computing areas, such as wireless sensor networks and high speed networks. If you have interest, please send your resume describing your research experience.


Email : sjpark (at) csc (dot) lsu (dot) edu
Phone : 225.578.2209
Fax : 225.578.1465
Address : 3124B, Patrick Taylor Hall, Computer Science
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

I am an associate professor of Computer Science Department at Louisiana State University. I received my Ph.D. from the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004.

Before that, I also received a B.S. degree from Computer Science at Korea University, Seoul, Korea and a M.S. degree in Computer Science from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Teajon, Korea in 1993 and 1995, respectively.

From 1995 to 2000, I worked for Shinsegi Telecomm, which is the first CDMA cellular service provider in the world and now merged into the SK Telecom.


In general, I am interested in issues involving Networking and Data Intensive Computing. More specifically:

  • High Speed Networks for High Performance Computing
    • Design of new transport layer protocols and topology control schemes for High Performance Computing Applications over high speed networks, such as National Lamda Rail and LONI (Louisiana Optical Network Initiative)
  • Cyberinfrastructure for Data Intensive Computing
    • Developing frameworks for large-scale scientific applications (such as Computational Biology, Chemistry) using data intensive computing frameworks (such as Hadoop and Pregel) over cloud computing and high performance computing infrastructures
  • Wireless Sensor Networks
    • Energy efficient reliable transport protocol
    • data dissemination using graph theory and optimal control
  • Wireless Ad-hoc Networks
    • Improvement of transport protocol over ad hoc networks
    • Adaptive topology control
    • Medium Access Control protocol
Please visit my reseach lab,
CRON project