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Jung-Ho  Kim
Associate Editor

Jung-Ho Kim received a BEng degree (1980) in Mining Engineering, an MEng degree (1982), and a PhD degree (1987) in Applied Geophysics from Seoul National University, South Korea. In 1982, he joined the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) where he is currently working as a Tenured Researcher. His research interests have been focused on the modeling and inversion of electrical and electromagnetic methods and their applications to engineering and environmental problems. His recent research interests lie in the multi-parametric and multi-domain interpretation of electrical and electromagnetic data and further extend to geoelectric monitoring. He served the Korean Society of Exploration Geophysicists (KSEG) as the Editor-in-Chief. He has been awarded the distinction of “Researcher of the Year” from four institutions and also received a medal from the Korean government. In 2011, he received an Honorary Doctorate from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and served South and East Asian societies as an Honorary Lecturer sup-ported by SEG.