Dongwon Park and Kwanyoung Kim of BMIPL participated in the NTIRE 18 challenge of CVPR under the supervision of Prof. Se Young Chun and won the 3rd place in Single Image Super Resolution Tracks 2,3, &4 : Realistic.

A research paper of System Software Lab. (SSL) entitled “Achieving Fairness-aware Two-level Scheduling for Heterogeneous Distributed Systems” has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Services Computing for publication.

ICSL (Prof. Jaehyouk Choi)’s paper has been accepted for publication in IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, which is the most prestigious journal in the field of semiconductor circuits.

CASL’s paper has been accepted for publication at Euro-Par’18. The paper is co-authored by Jihoon Hyun, Jinsu Park, Kyu Yeun Kim, Seongdae Yu, and Prof. Woongki Baek, CSE, UNIST.

A paper written by researchers in the school of ECE in UNIST and Korea university is accepted at ICML. The research team build a new deep learning based reinforcement learning algorithm called Kernel-Regression Deep Reinforcement Learning (KR-UCT).

International Solid-State Circuit Conference (ISSCC) is an international conference led by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest electrical and electronics engineering organization. Prof. Jaehyouk Choi, appointed as Korea Representative of ISSCC TPC Members. Professor Choi has started his career as a TPC member since 2017 and has been appointed as the country representative for Korea this year.

Three students(Nazarbek Altybay, Bekzhan Bekbolatuly, Shaikhitdin Nezametdinov, Jaesik Choi, Coach) from UNIST placed Thirty-first of ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

Three papers have been accepted for publication at CCGrid’18.

ICSL’s paper has been accepted for presentation at the forth coming Symposium on VLSI Circuits 2018 which will be held in Hawaii.

UNIST ECE student, Jae-Seong Yun and Prof. Jae-Young Sim’s paper has been accepted to CVPR 2018.

Two ICSL’s students (Advisor: Jaehyouk Choi) have been recognized for their excellence in academic and research work at the 24th Annual International Samsung Human-Tech Paper Awards, held on February 6th, 2018.

ECE graduate students, Deukyeon Hwang and Wook-Hee Kim’s paper titled “Endurable Transient Inconsistency in Byte-Addressable Persistent B+-Tree” is accepted for publication at USENIX FAST’18.

  Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2-yr IF: 7.168, 5-yr IF: 7.829, 4.62%, L1) Condition: Accepted Article title: Load Adaptive Modulation of Series Resonant Inverter for All-Metal Induction Heating Applications Authors: Hwa-Pyeong Park and Jee-Hoon Jung* Abstract Conventional induction heating (IH) system have been developed to heat the pot of ferromagnetic materials, because

A research paper entitled “Quantifying the Performance and Energy-Efficiency Impact of Hardware Transactional Memory on Scientific Applications on Large-Scale NUMA Systems” has been accepted for publication at IPDPS’18.

SoCDL’s paper (authors: Seungwon Kim, Prof. Ki Jin Han, Prof. Youngmin Kim and Prof. Seokhyeong Kang) has been accepted for presentation at 2018 21st DATE (Design, Automation and Test in Europe) in Dresden, Germany in coming March.

Two ICSL (Prof. Jaehyouk Choi)’s papers have been accepted for presentation at IEEE ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference) in San Francisco in February 2018.

ECE Prof. Kyung Rok Kim and Prof. Seokhyeong Kang’s research project was selected for Samsung Research Funding Progam for Future Technologies.

ICSL (Prof. Jaehyouk Choi)’s paper has been accepted for publication in IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, which is the most prestigious journal in the field of semiconductor circuits. The authors are Yongsun Lee, Taeho Seong, Seyeon Yoo, and Jaehyouk Choi*.

  Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (5-yr IF: 7.710, IF: 7.151, 4.23%, L1) Condition: Accepted Article title: Spread Spectrum Technique to Reduce EMI Emission for LLC Resonant Converter Using Hybrid Modulation Method Authors: Hwa-Pyeong Park, Mina Kim and Jee-Hoon Jung*   Abstract A spread spectrum technique has been introduced to mitigate electromagnetic interference (EMI) in

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