Heui In Yoon, who is a doctoral candidate within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UNIST, is about to begin her new career as an expert in semiconductor integrated circuits layout design at Qualcomm, starting at the end of May, 2019. Ms. Yoon will receive her PhD degree in the month of August,

The paper authored by ECE graduate students of NEEDs Lab., E-San Jang (advisor: Prof. Kyung Rok Kim), “Record-High Performance Trantenna based on Asymmetric Nano-Ring FET for Polarization-Independent Large-Scale/Real-Time THz Imaging” has been accepted for presentation at the forthcoming 2019 VLSI Symposia on Technology and Circuits, which will be held in Kyoto, Japan. This VLSI symposium

Prof. Jeon’s paper titled “Analysis of Large-Scale Multi-Tenant GPU Clusters for DNN Training Workloads” has been accepted to USENIX ATC 2019. This work was done in collaboration with researchers at Microsoft in US and China. This paper presents an in-depth analysis on a multi-tenant GPU cluster running deep learning workloads, with discussion focused on efficiency

– Authors : Anh Tong, Jaesik Choi (corresponding author) – Title: Discovering Latent Covariance Structures for Multiple Time Series – Conference :  International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2019) A research paper entitled “Discovering Latent Covariance Structures for Multiple Time Series” has been accepted to ICML(International Conference on Machine Learning) 2019. The paper is authored by Anh

ICSL’s paper, “A 0.5V-VIN, 0.29ps-Transient-FOM, and Sub-2mV-Accuracy Adaptive-Sampling Digital LDO Using Single-VCO-Based Edge-Racing Time Quantizer”, has been accepted for presentation at the forthcoming Symposium on VLSI Circuits 2019 which will be held in Kyoto, Japan. Symposium on VLSI Circuits is recognized as the top conference on semiconductor circuits, along with ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference).

A paper entitled “A Low Noise Single-Slope ADC with Signal-Dependent Multiple Sampling Technique” has been accepted to International Image Sensor Workshop (IISW) in this year. The paper is authored by Sanguk Lee, Seunghyun Lee, Bumjun Kim, and Prof. Seong-Jin Kim. IISW is one of the most prestigious conferences in the field of CMOS imagers and

A UNIST graduate student, Younghyun Lim in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been honored for his outstanding poster presentation at the annual IEEE International Solid-State Circuit Conference (ISSCC), which took place from February 17 to 21, 2019. Mr. Lim has been selected as a winner for the 2018 IEEE ISSCC “Student Research Preview (SRP) Poster Award” for his recently

Prof. Seong-Jin Kim has been invited to serve as a technical program committee (TPC) member at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuit Conference (ISSCC). As the single most prestigious conference in the solid-state circuit society, ISSCC is also called “the Olympic in the field of the semiconductor circuit,” and it is held in San Francisco every

Sam H. Noh, UNIST Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been elected to serve as one of two co-chairs for the USENIX ’18th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies’ (FAST ’20). This can be viewed as a positive sign that South Korean data storage technologies, including flash memory are world-class academically. USENIX, founded in 1975, is the Advanced

ECE NEEDs Lab`s paper presented by E-San Jang (Advisor: Kyung Rok Kim) have been awarded for the excellence in academic and research work at the 26th Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS) for both Chip Design Contest (CDC) Award and Best Poster Award, held on February 13~15th, 2019. This KCS-CDC is competition for the semiconductor chip

Three UNIST ECE students have been recognized for their excellence in academic and research work at the 25th Annual International Samsung Human-Tech Paper Awards, held on February 13rd, 2019. Seyeon Yoo (Advisor: Jaehyouk Choi) received the Silver prize, Esan Jang (Advisor: Kyung Rok Kim) received the Silver prize, and Juyeop Kim (Advisor: Jaehyouk Choi) received the

One BMIPL’s paper, “Training deep learning based image denoisers from undersampled measurements without ground truth and without image prior,” by Magauiya Zhussip, Shakarim Soltanayev and Se Young Chun has been accepted to CVPR 2019 (acceptance rate: 25.2%). Magauiya Zhussip and Shakarim Soltanayev are both second year MS students at BMIPL. CVPR is one of the top computer vision conferences.

A research paper entitled “CoPart: Coordinated Partitioning of Last-Level Cache and Memory Bandwidth for Fairness-Aware Workload Consolidation on Commodity Servers” has been accepted for publication at EuroSys’19. The paper is co-authored by Jinsu Park, Seongbeom Park, and Prof. Woongki Baek at Computer Architecture and Systems Lab. (CASL), CSE, UNIST. This work proposes CoPart, coordinated partitioning

UNIST EE Nanostructured Photonic Devices Lab. (NPDL) researcher Jaeyeon Yu, Seongjin Park, Inyoung Hwang, Daeik Kim and Prof. Jongwon Lee’s research paper entitled “Third-Harmonic Generation from Plasmonic Metasurfaces Coupled to Intersubband Transitions” has been published in Advanced Optical Materials. Advanced Optical Materials is one of the most prestigious journals in the field of Optics and

Two papers have been accepted for publication at FAST 2019. One paper is co-authored by Olzhas Kaiyrakhmet, Songyi Lee, Prof. Beomseok Nam (Sungkyunkwan Univ.), Prof. Sam H. Noh, and Prof. Young-ri Choi, and the other paper is co-authored by Moohyeon Nam, Hokeun Cha (Sungkyunkwan Univ.), Prof. Young-ri Choi,  Prof. Sam H. Noh, and Prof. Beomseok

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 for Decreasing EM Noise in High Frequency APWM HB Resonant Converter with Reduced EMI Filter Size                       Authors: Hwa-Pyeong Park, Sangyeong Jeong, Mina Kim, Jingook Kim, and Jee-Hoon Jung*   Abstract A spread spectrum technique (SST) has been proposed as

Journal title: IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (5-yr IF: 7.710, IF: 7.151, 4.23%, L1) Condition: Accepted Article title: Investigation of Zero Voltage Switching Capability for Bidirectional Series Resonant Converter Using Phase Shift Modulation Authors: Hwa-Pyeong Park, Mina Kim and Jee-Hoon Jung*   Abstract A series resonant converter (SRC) using a phase shift modulation (PSM) was invented to implement

An Ultra-Low Jitter Multi-Frequency Generator Using Time-Interleaved Calibration and An Injection Locking for Modern System-on-Chips (SoCs) The authors: Heein Yoon (First author) and Suneui Park in the Ph.D. program of ECE (From the left side) ICSL’s paper, “A Low-Jitter Injection-Locked Multi-Frequency Generator Using Digitally-Controlled Oscillators and Time-Interleaved Calibration” has been accepted for publication in IEEE

  Abstract In this talk, I will introduce both completed work and work in progress in the intersection of systems and machine learning. After (very) briefly discussing projects on reducing tail latency in interactive services and intelligent real-time data analytics, I will dive into the main body of the talk, which is toward building GPU

Abstract Artificial Intelligence (AI) is taking the center of the 4th wave of industrial revolution with the advances of GPU, and it is being applied to various applications such as intelligent robots, self-driving cars, unmanned aerial/ground vehicles, smart surveillance cameras, AI speakers, etc. However, most of AI applications today heavily rely on GPU, which consumes

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