Andrew Jung

Andrew  Jung headshot

Associate Professor

Computing Sciences

College of Arts and Sciences
860.768.4917 D 337

PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University

MS, Ball State University

BS, Yeungnam University

Andrew Jung received his PhD in engineering with a concentration in computer science. Prior to joining in the University of Hartford, he worked at Framingham State University as an assistant professor in the department of computer science, and at ECPI University as a full-time faculty. He has taught various computer programming courses (C/C++, Java, C#), networks and communications, computer architecture, software engineering, mobile application development, and web-related courses (HTML 5, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, PHP &MySQL).

As a scholar, Jung has developed a distinguished research pipeline with other faculty members and institutions. He has published several research papers on international journals and conferences with topics of survivable wireless sensor networks, molecular data aggregation, auto insulin injection system, and computer science education. Currently, his research focuses more on artificial pancreas, which helps type I diabetes, and computer science education that develops new curriculums for students to enhance computational thinking capability.

Jung has been certified as an ABET IDEAL Scholar. Institute for the Development of Excellence in Assessment Leadership (IDEAL) Scholars complete a four-day immersive program. Scholars are trained in program assessment of student learning, leadership principles, and facilitation skills. By the end of the program, the scholars are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and ability to develop and lead an effective and sustainable program assessment process.