- Scalable Clustering of Internet Paths by Shared Congestion (INFOCOM 2006)
- Eliminating Bottlenecks in Overlay Multicast (IFIP Networking 2005)
- Building and Maintaining Overlay Networks for Bandwidth-Demanding Applications (INFOCOM 2005 Student Workshop)
- Application of Wavelet Denoising to the Detection of Shared Congestion in Overlay Multimedia Networks (MMSP 2004)
- A Wavelet-Based Approach to Detect Shared Congestion (SIGCOMM 2004)
- CptS 557 Advanced Computer Networks (Fall 2006)
- CptS 580 Overlay Networks (Spring 2006)
Min Sik Kim is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Washington State University. Prior to joining Washington State University, he co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer of Infnis, Inc., a network security company. Prof. Kim's research interests include overlay networks, network monitoring, and network traffic analysis. His recent research focuses on the construction and maintenance of an efficient overlay network topology through measuring and analyzing network performance. Prof. Kim earned a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Seoul National University in 1996, and a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005. He is a recipient of the Microelectronics and Computer Development Fellowship from the University of Texas at Austin.