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Charles
Kim

Contact

Office: 
3014 Downing Hall
Phone: 
(202) 806-4821
Email: 
ckim@howard.edu

Faculty Details

Rank: 
Professor
Education: 

Ph. D. Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University(1989)

Speciality: 

1. Fault Anticipation &Predictive Location; Physics of Failure
2. Cellular Automata (www.mwftr.com/CA.html)
3. Entropy Minimax in Decision Making and Machine/Statistical Learning
4. Embedded Systems and System Safety and Security
5. Computer Control System Security and Resilience

Research: 

1. Predictive Location of Incipient/Transient Underground Cable Faults
2. Inductive Machine Reasoning with Entropy Minimax (http://www.mwftr.com/entropy.html)
3. Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program for STEM Education (www.mwftr.com/VIPatHOWARD.html)
4. Renewable Source Micro-Grid (http://www.mwftr.com/microgrid.html)
5. Embedded- and Computer Control System Safety and Resilience

Subjects Taught: 

Microcomputer Design(www.mwftr.com/UC.html)
Embedded Systems Design Lab (www.mwftr.com/emblab.html)
Computer Bus and SoC Interfacing
Computers and Nuclear Energy (http://www.mwftr.com/CNE.html)
Computers and Safety-Critical Systems (www.mwftr.com/CS2.html)
Embedded Computing (http://www.mwftr.com/emblab.html)
Senior Design (www.mwftr.com/SD.html)
Fundamentals of Energy Systems (http://www.mwftr.com/Energy.html)
Fault Detection and Location in Distribution Systems (www.mwftr.com/tkk10.html)
Renewable Micro-Grid System Design and Optimal Configuration (www.mwftr.com/microgrid.html)

Detailed Information

About Me: 

Personal webpage: www.mwftr.com
CV webpage: www.mwftr.com/charlesk.html

News

Commemorating the Life of Professor Emeritus Arthur Sanderson Paul, Ph.D.

Tue, July 14, 2020

We commemorate the life of Alumnus and Professor Arthur Sanderson Paul, Ph.D., professor emeritus in the Department of Computer Science. Dr. Paul served at Howard University for over 38 years as a faculty member in the College of Engineering and Architecture, then known as the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Sciences. After graduating from Presentation Brothers College in St. George’s, Grenada, Dr. Paul attended Howard University as a mechanical engineering major. Read More >>

Meet Karsh STEM Scholar Nicole Sullivan

Tue, July 14, 2020

A native of Cerritos, California, rising Computer Science Junior Nicole Sullivan always wanted to be a scientist. Science was her favorite elementary school subject because she loved discovering things. When she was in middle school, Sullivan came across a website that featured computer games created by students. She was intrigued. In that moment she decided that computer science was the path for her.Read More >>

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