Daehyeok Kim


Fifth-year PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University

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My research interests lie in the intersection of computer systems and networking with a recent focus on making networked systems faster and more efficient with programmable dataplanes. Recently, I have been designing new abstractions and runtime systems for programmable dataplane switches and network interface cards to unleash their full potentials. In the past, I worked on various topics in systems security and mobile wireless networks.

At CMU, I am fortunate to be co-advised by Professors Vyas Sekar and Srinivasan Seshan. Prior to CMU, I worked at KAIST for three years as a research scientist. Before then, I received a BS and MS degree in Computer Science and Engineering from POSTECH, South Korea.

I am a recipient of the 2019 Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship.





2017 and earlier



My first name (Daehyeok) is pronounced as “Day-Hiyok”.