Jinwoo Shin is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical Engineering at KAIST, Korea. His current major research interest is on algorithmic questions for machine learning and networking. He obtained the Ph.D. degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2010 with George M. Sprowls (Best MIT CS PhD Thesis) Award and B.S. degrees (in Math and CS) from Seoul National University in 2001. After spending two years (2010-2012) at Algorithms & Randomness Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, one year (2012-2013) at Business Analytics and Mathematical Sciences Department, IBM T. J. Watson Research, he joined KAIST EE in Fall 2013. He received Best Publication Award from INFORMS Applied Probability Society 2013 and ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Award 2015, in addition to best/oral papers at SIGMETRICS, NIPS and MOBIHOC. He is currently an associate editor of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, ACM Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computing Systems, and has served TPCs at AAAI, INFOCOM, INFORMS, MOBIHOC, NIPS, SIGMETRICS, WIOPT. He is also serving technical advisors for AIZEN Global and XBRAIN.