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Seeung Oh
Seeung Oh

EngineeringAssistant Professor of Industrial EngineeringEngineering and Computer Science Complex 349803-536-7140

Seeung Oh

Dr. Seeung Oh is an assistant professor of industrial engineering in the Department of Engineering at South Carolina State University starting Fall 2022. With his strong passion for teaching, he is very excited to teach students in the Industrial Engineering (IE) program in the department of Engineering at South Carolina State University. He helps and supports students to be professional industrial engineers. He hopes that he can be remembered for a long time after our students graduate. Dr. Oh’s research area is human factors. With a strong background in industrial engineering from B.S, M.S, and Ph. D, he is confident to engage Industrial Engineering (IE) seniors in capstone projects with clear guidance and consistent feedback. He encourages students to submit their projects to a conference or apply for internships. He hopes the capstone project experience can increase their interest in research. He will contribute to the Industrial Engineering (IE) program, Department of Engineering, and College of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Transportation at South Carolina State University. 


  • Ph.D. (2018) Industrial and Systems Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC, USA
  • B.S and M.S in South Korea.


In South Korea, he worked in the Quality Management team at Samsung Medison Co., Ltd. and as a researcher, he participated in the Brain Korea 21 Phase II project. Before joining South Carolina State University, he taught a wide range of industrial engineering and engineering technology courses in the Department of Applied Engineering Technology at NCAT.

Research Interests

  • Human factors and ergonomics with neurological technologies 
  • Human trust in automated systems 
  • Decision-making and brain-computer interface (BCI) 
  • User interface (UI) design and information visualization

Selected publications