CV.hwpDongWook_Jung_2008_1.pdf Jung, DongWook
Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Building 18-411
Seoul National University, Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul, South Korea
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Spring Term 2008. Part-time Lecturer on “Understanding Science and Technology,” Dongyang Technical College.
Spring Term 2007. Part-time Lecturer on “History of Science,” Soongsil University.
2004 ―. Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Seoul National University.
2003. B.A. in Computer Science and Engineering, Seoul National University.
Grants and Fellowships
2008. BK (Brain Korea) 21 Fellowship, from Seoul National University BK21 Group for Philosophical Education and Research.
2007. Seoul National University Labor Service Fellowship.
2007. Seoul National University Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Fellowship.
2006. Seoul National University Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Fellowship.
2005. Seoul National University Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Fellowship.
Areas of Specialization
Philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of engineering.
Other Research and Teaching Areas
Philosophy of science, history of science, history of technology.
2007. “Einstein’s Clocks: Place of Time,” in Mina Park and Yung Sik Kim (eds.), Prism: Sciences Seen through History. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 2007, pp. 247-295; korean translation of Peter Galison’s “Einstein’s Clocks: Place of Time,” Critical Inquiry 26 (2000), pp. 355-389.
2007. “Afterword: Tradition vs. Criticism, Kuhn vs. Popper,” in Steve Fuller, Kuhn vs. Popper, korean translation. Seoul: Thinking Tree Publishing, 2007, pp. 205-211.
Talks and Presentations
Feb 2007. Commentator on “A Kantian Account of Epistemic Normativity,” SNU & NYU Graduate Student Conference, NYU, New York.
Jun 2006. “Dynamics of Normal Science: Interactions between Examplars and Problems,” Korean Society for the Philosophy of Science annual meeting, Seoul.
Oct 2005. “Socialists’ Readings on Darwin, 1859-1930,” Korean History of Science Society annual meeting, Jeju, Korea (poster presentation).
Mar 2007 ― Feb 2008. Assistant, Program in History and Philosophy of Science.
Aug 2005 ― Jul 2007. Executive Assistant, Korean Society for the Philosophy of Science.