Dr. Yoonsuk Choi joined the Computer Engineering program in Fall 2014. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with specialization in Computer Engineering. His current research is focused on a novel multimodal image fusion method which has various applications that are contributable to many aspects of human life, such as urban mapping, target detection, concealed weapon identification, natural disaster monitoring, security, surveillance, and early detection of medical symptoms like cancer. Prior to his doctoral studies, Dr. Choi was a research engineer/scientist in the nanotechnology and semiconductor fields with LIG Nex1 in South Korea, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Inter-University Semiconductor Research Center of Seoul National University, and the University of Seoul Institute of Quantum Information Processing and Systems. He conducted abundant research on Nano-devices such as Nano-wire Transistor, Single Electron Transistor, Nano-In-Plane-Gate Transistor, and Quantum Dot Transistor. Dr. Choi earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Korea University, Seoul, South Korea. His current research interests include multimodal data fusion and compression, hyperspectral image fusion and analysis, remote sensing image fusion and target detection, and multidimensional signal processing.