Dr. Seung Hwan Kang

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Ph.D. (Informatics), MIS (Hons.), MIS, B.Com (Business Information Systems)
Instructor

Payap University – Mae Khao Campus
Room PC314, Graduate School Building
Ph: (+66) 53 851 478 – 86 Ext. 7221
seung_h@payap.ac.th

Dr. Seung Hwan Kang holds Ph.D. in Informatics from the University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia.  On March 2008, he joined Payap University as an instructor in the Department of Computer Information Systems.  His research primarily focuses on the Semantic Web and Ontology.  His publications include papers in the IEEE, Springer and Inderscience.  He is interested in the following areas for research.

  • Semantic Web
  • Ontology

Teaching

2 / 2011

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS212 Object Oriented Programming
  • ICS322 Database Management Systems
  • ICS499 Senior Project

1 / 2011

  • ICS213 Web Programming
  • ICS321 Management Information Systems
  • ICS442 IT Project Management

2 / 2010

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS212 Object Oriented Programming
  • ICS423 Electronic Business Systems
  • ICS499 Senior Project

1 / 2010

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS213 Web Programming
  • ICS341 Systems Analysis and Design

2 / 2009

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS212 Object Oriented Programming
  • ICS423 Electronic Business Systems

1 / 2009

  • IGE105 Communication Technology in a Changing World
  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS341 Systems Analysis and Design

2 / 2008

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS423 Electronic Business Systems
  • ICS442 Software Project Management

1 / 2008

  • ICA101 Communication Technology and Changing World
  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS322 Database Management Systems

2 / 2007

  • ICS101 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  • ICS423 Electronic Business Systems