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Dr. Jinho Kim

Instructor of Professional Practice

Phone: 609-751-8302

Ph.D., Rutgers University

Dr. Jinho Kim received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Rutgers Business School. His research focus is in the areas of machine learning, statistical process control, and monitoring for applications in advanced manufacturing. He has taught courses in optimization, operations management, and applied business statistics, among others, in both in-person and online modalities.


  • Optimization and Spreadsheets
  • Operations Management (online)
  • Applied Business Statistics (online)

Representative Publications

  • Tosyali, A., Kim, J., Choi, J., Jeong, M. K., “Patent clustering and outlier ranking on patent citation networks using nonnegative matrix factorization.” Annals of Operations Research, Forthcoming.
  • Abdella, G., Kim, J., Al-Khalifa, K. N., Jeong, M. K., Hamouda, A. M. S., Elsayed, E. A., “An Adaptive Thresholding-Based Process Variability Monitoring.” Journal of Quality Technology, 51(3), 242-256, 2019.
  • Kim, J., Abdella, G. M., Al-Khalifa, K. N., Hamouda, A. M. S., “Control charts for variability monitoring in high-dimensional processes.” Computers & Industrial Engineering, 130, 309-316, 2019.
  • Tosyali, A., Kim, J., Choi, J., Jeong, M. K., “Regularized asymmetric nonnegative matrix factorization for clustering in directed networks.” Pattern Recognition Letter, 125, 750-757, 2019.
  • Abdella, G., Kim, J., Al-Khalifa, K. N., Hamouda, A. M. S., “Penalized Conway-Maxwell-Poisson Regression for Modelling Dispersed Discrete Data: The Case Study of Motor Vehicle Crash Frequency.” Safety Science, 120,157-163, 2019.
  • Kim, S., Kim, J., Jeong, M. K., Al-Khalifa, K. N., Hamouda, A. M. S., Elsayed, E. A., “Monitoring and control of beta-distributed multistage production processes.” Quality Technology & Quantitative Management, 16(1), 1-18, 2019.
  • Kim, J., Jeong, M. K., Elsayed, E. A., “Monitoring multistage processes with autocorrelated observations.” International Journal of Production Research, 55(8), 2385-2396, 2017.
  • Abdella, G., Kim, J., Hamouda, A. M. S., Al-Khalifa, K. N.,“Double EWMA-Based Polynomial Quality Profiles Monitoring.” Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 32(8), 2639-2652, 2016.
  • Kim, J., Al-Khalifa, K. N., Jeong, M. K., Hamouda, A. M. S., Elsayed, E. A., “An Adaptive Step-Down Procedure for Fault Variable Identification.” International Journal of Production Research, 54(11), 3187-3200 , 2016.

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