Archive (since 01/01/2020):

  • 02/06/2020: Dr. Kam gives a seminar about the role of river bathymetric surveys in hydrodynamic modeling: A case study of Lake Tuscaloosa Dam at the Korean Institute of Hydrological Survey, Goyang-si, South Korea.

  • 01/13/2020: Dr. Kam gives a seminar about the social dynamics of drought awareness in Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering at Korea University.


  • 01/01/2020: Dr. Kam joins the Division of Environmental Science and Engineering at POSTECH as an assistant tenure-track professor. His research group has a couple of opening positions for PhD students and Postdoc research associates. The target recruit period is the Spring 2020 semester (March 2020). Potential topics are
    1. (Postdoc-level topic) drought mechanisms, risk, and predictability,
    2. (PhD- and Postdoc-level) large-scale land surface modeling with a focus on anthropogenic processes (dam and irrigation),
    3. (PhD-level) hydrodynamical modeling with underwater drone-based river bathymetry surveys, and
    4. (PhD-level) socio-hydrology with a focus on the dynamics of social response (potential triggers and growth and decay patterns) during emerging water-related disasters.

Please email Dr. Kam (jhkam@postech.ac.kr) with the mostly updated C.V. or resume if you are interested.