Curriculum Vitae


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SUMMARY CURRICULUM VITAE

Seung Hugh SHIN

Name: Seung Hugh Shin (previous passport name: Sueonghwu Shin)

Birth: 1989, Jangsung, South Korea

Education:

  • Ashwood High School, Australia
    Class of 2007
  • Australian National University
    Bachelor of International Security Studies (BINSS), 2015
  • Seoul National University
    Master of Arts in International Relations (MA), 2021
  • Seoul National University
    Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) student in International Relations

Certifications:

  • Holmesglen Institute (Certificate 4 in Information Technology, 2010)

Awards:

  • Honorary Rank of Six Star, United Service Organization (2017)
  • Award of Excellence, KIISC·KAWPI Cybersecurity Paper Contest (2021)

Military Service:

  • ROK I Corps Military Intelligence Battalion (Sergeant, 2016-2018)

Publications:
– Thesis (in Korean)

  • MA thesis: Australia’s middle power diplomacy in cyber security: role and interests in promoting a rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific (SNU, 2021) – File

– Books (in Korean)

  • (forthcoming-2022) Shin, S. H. Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy: The Indo-Pacific region and Middle Power Diplomacy. Seoul: L&J Books, 2022

– Book Chapters (in Korean)

  • Shin, S. H. “Australia’s middle power diplomacy in cyber security.” in Kim Sangbae, Lee Seungjoo, and Chun Chaesung eds., The Global Politics of Middle Power Diplomacy. Seoul: Sahoipyoungnon, 2020
  • Shin, S. H. “Refugee crisis and Australia’s middle power diplomacy.” in Kim Sangbae ed., Emerging Power and Emerging Security: Competition and Cooperation in Future World Politics. Seoul: Sahoipyoungnon, 2016

– Journal Articles (in Korean)

  • Shin, S. H. “The evolution of US policy on cyber security cooperation: from the perspective of Network Theory and Constitutive Institutionalism.” Korean Journal of International Relations 62(2): 107-151, (2022) – Link

– Working Papers & Issue Briefings (in Korean)

– Op-Eds

Conference/Seminar Presentations (in Korean):

  • Shin, S. H. “The Cyber-Nuclear nexus and its impact on the international security order.” Paper presented at the Korean Association of International Studies summer conference, (2022.6.29.)
  • Shin, S. H. “The transformation of the US-led cyber security cooperation networks.” Paper presented at the Korean Association of World Politics of Information spring conference, (2022.4.22.)
  • Shin, S. H. “The evolution of the US cyber security strategy: interests, ideas and institutions.” Paper presented at the Special Seminar for Graduate Students, Korean Association of World Politics of Information, (2022.1.11.)
  • Shin, S. H. “Australia’s strategy towards US-China tech rivalry” Paper presented at the 6th Jiam Research Workshop, Peace & Democracy Institute, Korea University, (2021.10.28.)
  • Shin, S. H. “The Five Eyes countries’ strategic approaches to cyber and data security: A Network perspective” Paper presented at the Korean Association of International Studies summer conference, (2021.7.1.)
  • Shin, S. H. “Australia’s middle power diplomacy in cyber security.” Paper presented at the Korean Association of International Studies annual conference, (2019.12.13.)
  • Shin, S. H. “Australia’s middle power diplomacy: interests and role as a promoter of a rules-based Indo-Pacific order.” Paper presented at the Korean Association of International Studies summer conference, (2019.7.5.)
  • Shin, S. H. “Refugee crisis and Australia’s middle power diplomacy: the case of irregular migration in the Asia-Pacific.” Paper presented at the Korean Association of International Studies annual conference, (2015.12.11.)

Research Projects (in Korean):

  • 2022: Analysis of changing space of competitions for primacy and its implications for the Korean Peninsula (Researcher)

Experience:

  • Managing Editor, Korean Association of World Politics of Information (2022-Present)
  • Research Assistant to Professor Wookhee Shin, Department of Political Science & International Relations, Seoul National University (2021-Present)
  • Teaching Assistant, Introduction to International Relations course (undergraduate) taught by Professor Sangbae Kim, Seoul National University, (2021)
  • Research Assistant, Center for Future World Politics, Institute of International Studies, Seoul National University, (2021-Present)
  • Teaching Assistant, World Information Politics course (undergraduate) taught by Professor Sangbae Kim, Seoul National University, (2020)
  • Teaching Assistant, Introduction to International Relations course (undergraduate) taught by Professor Sangbae Kim, Seoul National University, (2019)
  • Research Assistant, Institute of International Studies, Seoul National University, (2018-2020)
  • Research Assistant, Institute of International Studies, Seoul National University, (2015-2016)
  • Undergraduate Student Research Assistant to Associate Professor Hyung-A Kim, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University, (2013-2015)

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