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Youngest professor ever appointed
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12/26/2002

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In spring of 2003, Yoon Seok-ho will become the youngest professor in South Korea. Although just 26 years old, Yoon has proven his excellence in and dedication to learning; his curriculum vitae lists his 2001 doctorate from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, over 15 publications on wireless mobile communication signals, overseas studies at MIT under the renowned professor Vahid Tarokh, and most recently, a post-doctorate course at Harvard University. Yoon looks forward to giving his students a solid education.



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