Junho Hong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan–Dearborn. He received his Ph.D. degree in Cybersecurity of Substation Automation Systems in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University, Pullman in 2014. During 2014-2019, he worked with ABB where he provided technical project leadership and supports strategic corporate technology development/productization in the areas related to cyber-physical security for substation, power grids control and protection, renewable integration, and utility communications. He has been working on cybersecurity of energy delivery systems with the Department of Energy (DOE) as Principal Investigator (PI) and Co-PI in the areas of substation, microgrid, HVDC, FACTS, and high power EV charger. He has 12 US patents and serves in Cigre WG D2.50-Electric power utilities’ cybersecurity for contingency operations, C4.64 on the application of real-time digital simulation in power systems, and UCAIug IEC61850.


Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Michigan-Dearborn

4901 Evergreen Road, ELB 2053, Dearborn MI 48128

Tel: (313) 593-5072 

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Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, Washington State University, USA  (07/2014)

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Myongji University, South Korea (02/2010)

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Myongji University, South Korea (02/2008)

Work Experience
Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Dearborn, MI, USA (09/2019 ~ Current)

Researcher, Ford (Sabbatical), Dearborn, MI, USA (05/2021~07/2021)
Senior Research Scientist, ABB Inc, Raleigh, NC, USA (06/2016 ~ 08/2019)
Research Scientist, ABB Inc, Raleigh, NC, USA (08/2014 ~ 05/2016)
Research Assistant, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA (09/2011 ~ 07/2014)
Research Assistant, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland (01/2010 ~ 08/2011)