Seoul, South Korea
March 2010 - Present: Assistant Professor in Department of Multimedia Science, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, Korea
June 2002 - December 2006: GSR in EE Dept., UCLA
Jul. 2001 – February 2010: Senior engineer, Corporate Academic Education Program, Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd. Ph.D. Program, Electrical Engineering Department, UCLA
Feb. 1995 – Jul. 2001: Senior engineer, Design Technology Team, Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd., Korea. Responsibility: develop ASIC/DFT design
Research Interests: Design of networked and embedded systems and sensor networks for multimedia and entertainment applications, especially for monitoring light fields. Currently working on adaptive sensor placement problems.
 Heemin Park and Hong-Shin Jun, "Integrated Circuits with Scan Signal Converting Circuits," filed for U.S.A., Japan
and Korea Patent(Pending, No. P20000128), 2000.
 Heemin Park, "Test apparatus for testing circuits with multiple clock frequencies," filed for Korea Patent, Oct. 2000.
 Heemin Park, "Test Method for Core and Embedded Memory Circuit," Korea Patent, No. P0213230, May 1999.
 Heemin Park, "Apparatus for Scan Chain Reordering in Self-Test Circuits," Korea Patent, No. P0200506, Mar. 1999.
 Heemin Park, "Apparatus for Testing Semiconductor Memory," filed for Korea Patent, (Pending, No. P19980000845), 1998.
 Heemin Park, "Apparatus for Testing," filed for Korea Patent, (Pending, No. P19960032271), 1996.
Heemin Park, Jonathan Friedman, Pablo Gutierrez, Vids Samanta, Jeff Burke, Mani B Srivastava, "Illumimote: A High Performance Light Sensor Module for Wireless Sensor Networks," 2nd place in the 43rd DAC/ISSCC Student Design Contest , July 2006.
Full Scholarship for Overseas-Doctoral Study from Samsung Electronics. (June 2000)
Full scholarship of industrial-educational cooperation from Samsung Electronics, (April 1993 - Feb. 1995)
Scholarship for freshmen from Sogang University. (Feb. 1989)
Commercial EDA tools for logic synthesis, simulation, timing verification, scan synthesis, ATPG and logic BIST (Synopsys, Cadence, Mentor Graphics tools)
C/C++, Perl, Java and MATLAB
Verilog-HDL and VHDL
Hardware Platform: Berkeley MICA Mote, Intel Xscale and Atmel AVR