School of Electrical & Computer Engineering

2016  ECE  Special Seminar Title: Acquisition and Analysis of Mouse Brain Vasculature Speaker: Prof. Jaerock  Kwon  (Kettering University) Time: 2016.06.30 (Thu.) 4pm Location: EB1, E204   Prof. Jaerock  Kwon  *Bio: Jaerock Kwon, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Computer Engineering Director of Brain-Inspired Intelligent Systems (BI2S) Lab Co-Director of Mobile Intelligent Robotics (MIR) Lab Electrical and Computer

High switching frequency is an effective method to improve power density for LLC resonant converters. However, conventional digital controllers, such as general-purpose digital signal processors and microprocessors, have limited frequency resolution, which induces high primary- and secondary-side current variation and leads to poor output voltage regulation. In this paper, a hybrid control method combining pulse

Prof. Ki Jin Han of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been selected to be the winner of the 2015 IEEE CPMT Best Paper Award.

2016 Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, May 18-21 2016, Shenzhen, China “Measurement and Modeling of System-level ESD Noise Voltages in Real Mobile Products” (Authors : Myungjoon Park, Junsik Park, Manho Seung, Joungcheul Choi, Changyeol Lee, Seokkiu Lee and Jingook Kim)

ICPP (International Conference on Parallel Processing) is a historic conference with a tradition of excellence in parallel computing field. This year, ICPP accepted 53 papers out of 251 submissions and two of them are UNIST graduate students’ papers, Jinsu Park and Woongki Baek, “RCHC: a Holistic Runtime System for Concurrent Heterogeneous Computing,” Moohyeon Nam, Jinwoong

A UNIST CSE graduate student, Jinsu Park and Prof. Woongki Baek (corresponding author)’s paper, titled “HAP: a Heterogeneity-Conscious Runtime System for Adaptive Pipeline Parallelism”, was accepted for publication at Euro-Par 2016. This work proposes a heterogeneity-conscious runtime system for adaptive pipeline parallelism (HAP). HAP dynamically controls the full heterogeneous multiprocessing system resources to improve the

Professor Kyunghan Lee (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has been selected to be the winner of the 2016 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award.

Opening the door to ultracompact devices exploiting functional fluids. Appearing in the online version Scientific Reports   As digital data usage has soared in recent years, energy efficiency has become a critical factor for large-scale data processing systems. Therefore, footprint of devices becomes even more critical for applications with limited physical space such as on-chip, silicon-based photonic

Artificial Intelligence will change the life styles of human. UNIST Faculties are researching about Artificial Intelligence to contribute to a society.   Prof. Jaesik Choi (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) researches about the artificial intelligence at UNIST. His team is studying about the automatic statistician which is available to predict and analyze the stock

ICSL (Prof. Jaehyouk Choi)’s paper “A PVT-Robust Low Reference Spur Injection-Locked Clock Multiplier Using a Voltage-Domain Period-Calibrating Loop” has been accepted for presentation at the forth coming Symposium on VLSI Circuits 2016 which will be held in Hawaii. Symposium on VLSI Circuits is one of the three major conferences on semiconductor circuits, along with ISSCC(International

Sanghyuk Son 2016 March 22 (Tue) 16:00 EB2 E204 ECE Colloquium: Sanghyuk Son (DGIST) – “A Smart New World: The Dream and Reality of Cyber Physical Systems “ Abstract: With continuing miniaturization and increased wireless connectivity, the computing systems are becoming deeply embedded into everyday life and interact with processes and events of the physical

[Welcome] New faculty member

February 18, 2016

Prof. Jiwon Seo has joined the School of ECE (CSE Track) as of February 15, 2016. Welcome and congratulations!!

UNIST ECE graduate student, Seojin Choi, under supervision of Prof. Jaehyouk Choi, has been selected as the “Silkroad Award” winner for the 2016 IEEE ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference) in February in San Francisco. ISSCC is called “the Olympic in the field of semiconductor circuit designs” and acknowledged as the single most prestigious conference in

[Welcome] New faculty member

February 11, 2016

Prof. Sungahn Ko has joined the School of ECE (CSE Track) as of February 1, 2016. Welcome and congratulations!!

Prof. Chang Hee Joo has been appointed as Dean of Academic Information Affairs Office as of February 1, 2016. Congraturations!

UNIST CSE graduate students, Jaewon Kwak, Eunji Hwang, Prof. Beomseok Nam, and Prof. Young-ri Choi (corresponding author)’s paper, titled “In-memory Caching Orchestration for Hadoop”, was accepted for publication at CCGrid 2016. This work exploits techniques to effectively orchestrate HDFS in-memory caching for Hadoop, which is a de facto standard big data analytics platform. By leveraging

There are openings for undergraduate and master student summer internship opportunities at EPFL, a world class research and education institute in Switzerland. Consider applying. Follow link below for details.

Prof. Sam H.Noh has been appointed as the new Head of School of ECE as of January 1, 2016. We thank Prof. Franklin Bien who, with his diligence and wisdom, has lead the School of ECE as Head for the last 5 years.

[Welcome] New faculty member

January 12, 2016

Prof. Antoine Vigneron has joined the School of ECE (CSE Track) as of January 11, 2016. Welcome and congratulations!!

  In this paper, using molecular dynamics simulations as a case study, we propose a framework to guide users to select the optimal VM configurations that satisfy their requirements for scientific parallel computing in virtualized clusters. For molecular dynamics computation on a cluster of VMs, the guidance framework uses artificial neural networks which are trained