Cho, Dong Ho

Cho, Dong Ho

Research Group



Communication Network, Protocol and Service


Ubiquitous Mobile Life Systems Lab.






Ph.D. (1985) KAIST
  • “Repetitive element signature-based visualization, distance computation, and classification of 1,766 microbial genomes”, Genomics, vol. 106, no. 1, pp. 30-42, Jul. 2015 
  • “Per-node throughput enhancement in Wi-Fi densenets”, IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 53, no. 1, pp. 118-125, Jan. 2015
  • “Comparison of channel state acquisition schemes in cognitive radio environment”, IEEE Trans. on Wireless Communications, vol. 13, no. 4, pp.2295-2307, Apr. 2014
  • “Diversity analysis of multiple transmitters in wireless power transfer system”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetic, vol. 49, no. 6, pp. 2946-2952, Jun. 2013
  • “Maximizing the capacity of magnetic induction communication for embedded sensor networks in strongly and loosely coupled regions”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetic, vol.49, no.9, pp.5055-5062, Sep. 2013
  • “REMinerⅡ: A tool for rapid identification and configuration of repetitive element arrays from large mammalian chromosomes as a single query”, Genomics, vol. 100, issue 3, pp.131-140, Sep. 2012 (**Inside Front Cover Featured)
  • 14 international standards (3GPP2 standard, IEEE802.16e/j/m/ppc standard)
  • A pioneer among 100 persons representing Korea in 2020 by the Dong-A daily newspaper
  • OLEV system was selected as the 50 Best Inventions of 2010 by the Time Magazine
  • OLEV system was selected as the 10 Best Promising Technologies of 2013 by World Economic Forum(WEF)
  • Wireless Power Transfer System as the 2014 Innovation Award by International Union of Railways(UIC)