Education and Certifications
Ph.D., Geography, 2007, Kent State University
M.A., Geography, 2001, Kent State University
B.P.A., Regional Development Studies, 1996, Dankook University, Seoul, Korea
GEOG 106 World Regional Geography
GEOG 303 Geographic Information SystemsI
GEOG 305 Cartography
GEOG 307 East Asia
GEOG 403 Geographic Information SystemsII
GEOG 600 Internship in Geography
Interests, Publications and Presentations
GIS, Remote Sensing, and spatial-temporal analysis
Urban Geography/Planning: urban growth and land use land cover changes
Environmental impact analysis: application of GIS/RS to environmental issues
Kim, H. 2011. Comparative Analysis of Rapid Urban Growth: A Case of Medina and Brunswick, Ohio. Papers of Applied Geography 34: 154-163.
Kim, H. 2010. Spatiotemporal Pattern Analysis of Rapid Urban Expansion Using GIS and Remote Sensing. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 1 (2): 53-68.
Kim, H. 2008. Spatial Analysis of Urban Growth at a Local Community Scale. Papers of Applied Geography 31: 114-123.
Helsel, J., H. Kim, and J. Lee. 2006. An Evolutional Model of US Manufacturing and Service Industries. In J. Gatrell and N. Reid (eds.), Enterprising Worlds: A Geographic Perspective on Economic, Environments, and Ethics: 83-98. Dordretch: Springer Verlag.
Kim, H. 2004. Spatial Dynamics of US Manufacturing. Papers of Applied Geography 27: 439-447.
Bradac, M., H. Kim, and J. Lee. 2003. An Internet-based Urban Growth Simulator: Its Implementation and Application. Proceedings in Twenty-Third Annual ESRI International User Conference.
Lee, J., T. M. Brody, R. Zhang, H. Kim, and M. Bradac. 2002. Simulating Urban Growth on the Web. Geospatial Solutions 12 (11): 42-45.