Dr. Jaeseung Choi was appointed as an assistant pr..
Dr. Choi Jae-seung, a graduate of KAIST's Graduate School of Information Security, was appointed as an assistant professor of computer engineering at Sogang University as of September 2022. Dr. Choi Jae-seung received his doctorate in February 2022 from Professor Cha Sang-gil's software security laboratory, and later served as a senior researcher at KAIST Cyber Security Research Center. During the degree process, Dr. Choi Jae-seung conducted a study on automatically finding vulnerabilities in software, and published his thesis as the first author at ICSE and ASE, a top conference in software engineering, and S&P, a top conference in security. Dr. Choi Jae-seung will continue his research at Sogang University to find software vulnerabilities using technologies such as fuzz testing, static analysis, and symbolic execution. Dr. Choi's detailed introduction to his research fields and achievements is at : https://islab-sogang.github.It...Read more
Dr. Jieung Kim was appointed as an assistant profe..
Dr. Jieung Kim (Master's degree at KAIST, Doctor's degree at Yale University) was appointed as an assistant professor at Inha University from September 1, 2022. After graduating from Sungkunkwan University's Department of Computer Engineering, Dr. Jieung Kim received a master's degree from KAIST's School of Computing (advisor: Seokyoung Ryu) and Ph.D. from Yale University with his thesis "Modular and Compositional Development of Certified Concurrent Software Systems". Dr. Jieung Kim worked as a research engineer at Google Korea (Google Research and Google Core ML team), and was in charge of developing a virtual machine type verification project for Andriod system, HW/SW intergration design specialized in machine learning in IoT environment, and developing library optimized for machine learning model in tensorflow. Dr. Jieung Kim will continue to develop practical formal verification methods to improve the security and saftey of software, and appy them to formal verification of OS, distributed system, blockchain, TPU accelerator compiler, and machine learning libraries....Read more
Dr. Pilsu Jung was appointed as an assistant profe..
Dr. Pilsu Jung (advisor: Sungwon Kang) was appointed as an assistant professor at Gyeongsang National University. After graduating from Chungnam National Universiy's Department of Computer Engineering, Dr. Pilsu Jung received his master's degree from KAIST School of Computing, and received his doctorate in August with research about "code-based automatic test for efficient product line regression testing" Dr. Pilsu Jung worked as a senior researcher at Samsung Electronics' Innovation Center for two years and was in charge of SSD firmware regression tests using large-scale test date. He will continue his research in data-based software quality analysis and testing, and conduct convergence research between aerospace domatins and software engineering....Read more
The master＇s thesis of Hyeongyeol Ryu (Advisor： Su..
The master's thesis of Hyeongyeol Ryu (advisor: Sung-Eui Yoon), a master's graduate of the School of Computing, was presented at the ICRA 2022 (IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation), the largest conference in robotics held in Philadelphia, USA from May 23 to 27. This research paper was selected for the Outstanding Navigation Award Finalist at the ICRA conference. Only 40 papers among 1500 papers from all categories presented at the conference are selected for this award. Confidence-Based Robot Navigation Under Sensor Occlusion with Deep Reinforcement Learning Hyeongyeol Ryu, Minsung Yoon, Daehyung Park, and Sung-Eui Yoon IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2022 http://sglab.kaist.ac.kr/CBN-DRL/ This work, which was co-conducted with a reinforcement learning professional Professor Daehyung Park of our school, presents a technology that ensures robots' operation even in case of sensor pollution due to a foreign substance. This research was carried out based on the capabilities accumulated from collaborating with professors and researchers in the field of robotics at KAIST for many years through government projects including, research on unmanned vehicles with Professor Hyunchul Shim (School of Electrical Engineering) since 2012, Humanoid project with Professor Sungho Cho (School of Computing) and Emeritus Junho Oh (Department of Mechanical Engineering), Drone project with Professor Hyun-Myung (School of Electrical Engineering), and Quadruped robot project with Professor Hae-Won Park (Department of Mechanical Engineering)....Read more
17 Krafton incumbents donated 100 million won to j..
< (clockwise from left behind) Haechan Lee, Sanghyun Lee, Gunwoo Kim, Seongwon Lee, Kyungdo Park, Prof. Sukyoung Ryu, Jungheon Kim > Seventeen alumni of KAIST School of Computing who are currently working at Krafton donated 100 million won for ‘Sharing Leadership’ of our junior colleagues. Similar to when 11 former and current members of Krafton donated for software talents training in June last year, this donation was a matching donation in which the company's contributions are added to the amount raised by the donors. The donation was initiated by Krafton engineer Sanghyun Lee (Class of '08 Bachelor, Class of '12 Master) by gathering in-house alumni who agreed with the purpose of donating for the juniors of the School of Computing as the seniors. Seven of the donors are members of '5minLab', which Krafton recently acquired, and most of them are from 'Haje', a student game developing organization at the School of Computing. Other alumni had experiences in the computer R&D student club 'Sfax' or the undergraduate student council. They participated in the donation with the desire to be helpful to juniors, recalling the good experiences of their school days. The donors thanked what they had gained from their experiences with challenging and creative people in the free environment provided by the KAIST School of Computing. They discussed the wise use of the donation so that they could develop 'Sharing Leadership' of the juniors. The School of Computing plans to use the donations for ▴Support for the Student Council and student clubs, ▴Funds designated by the School, ▴Fund for building extensions for the School, etc. In particular, this donation will be used for volunteering and donation activities with various members of the school and talent donations events led by the student council. Also, the designated funds delegated by donors are going to be used as scholarship funds for undergraduate students. Seongwon Lee participated in this donation after obtaining his Bachelor's degree in February of this year. Recalling his undergraduate life, he said, "I have a more positive mindset thanks to my colleges who had free spirits to try new things and step onto the paths I never thought of." Gunwoo Kim (Class of '15 Bachelor) said, "I made this donation with the desire to relieve the feeling of debt for the great time I pursued thanks to the good people at a good school." Haechan Lee (Class of '08 Bachelor, Class of '12 Master), who participated in the donation, said, "KAIST School of Computing provides great support for students to have various experiences. I hope the juniors can flourish their time at school and pleasingly donate for their juniors as well in the future.” Kyungdo Park (Class of '04 Bachelor), who has been with Krafton for over 10 years and has been with PUBG since the beginning, said, “I had time to think about what I wanted to do in the free atmosphere unique to the School of Computing.” He continued, "I hope it will help my juniors to think about what they really like and what they want to do and give them an opportunity to choose." Sukyoung Ryu, head of the School, who suggested and encouraged the donation, said, "The free environment of the school, the gratitude to the colleagues who have been with us, and the words of encouragement to the juniors, which donors commonly mention, will give great comfort and courage to students are going through a period of intense school life.” Reference Article: https://news.kaist.ac.kr/news/html/news/?mode=V&mng_no=20330...Read more
SoC mourns the passing of alumni Jung-ju Kim, expr..
School of Computing at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) expressed its condolences over the passing of NXC Corp. director Jung-ju Kim, a Nexon founder and KAIST alumni. Director Kim obtained his master's degree in Computer Science at KAIST. In 2015, he also received the Alumni of the Year Award from KAIST College of Engineering. In a letter of condolences released on the 3rd, the School of Computing said, "the sadness from the sudden grievous news is insuppressible, but we pray for the well-being of the deceased and express sincere condolences to the bereaved family” Kim founded Nexon in December 1994 and raised it to the largest game company in Korea. Nexon's 'The Kingdoms of the Winds' is one of the world's longest-running graphic online games. Referring to his achievements, the school said, "Director Kim, through his immeasurable performance, demonstrated the true spirits of KAIST, which are challenge, creativity, and care.” The letter added, "Director Kim spared no investment for the growth of game companies, and was actively engaged in social contribution for the next generation." He financially assisted children's rehabilitation hospitals nationwide, including the opening of the Purme Foundation Nexon Children's Rehabilitation Hospital in 2016, and also launched Asia's first computer museum in Jeju Island in 2013. School of Computing ended the letter expressing “we will remember our alumni Jeong-ju Kim, a free spirit, and will honor the challenges, efforts, achievements, and will of the deceased.” Reference article: https://www.etnews.com/20220303000277 by kyj85＠etnews.com...Read more
Donation of Elice, an alumni start-up company of S..
Elice, an alumni start-up company of the School of Computing at KAIST, with CEO Jaewon Kim, CPO Suin Kim, and CTO Jung Guk Park from the research group of Professor Alice Oh made a meaningful donation of 300 million won for the School of Computing at KAIST. Elice is taking the lead in software education innovation and effectively providing digital education to more than 100 universities, governments, and public institutions using educational practice platforms. Even when the global pandemic improves, online education will expand further, and Elice’s education system will have a positive influence on bridging the education gap....Read more
Donation of Junha Park, an alumnus of SoC
Junha Park, an alumnus of the School of Computing at KAIST, and the CTO of Toss Bank, made a meaningful donation of 100 million won for the School of Computing at KAIST. He was a developer in various companies including NHN and Toss, and now he is the Head of Technology at Toss Bank. Interview video with Junha Park: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8hBml5Vm5s...Read more
Academic career of former SoC Theory PhD student t..
Sewon Park, recent Ph.D. graduate of Theoretical Computer Science at KAIST, has given both contributed and invited talks at KMS Fall Meeting, at AAAC'2021, and at international conference CCC'2021. He is now postdoc at Kyoto University. Sewon Park graduated this summer with a PhD from School of Computing. He was promptly invited to give a talk at the international conference https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~axj/ccc2021/ He gave contributed talks at KMS Fall Meeting https://www.kms.or.kr/conference/abstract/search_view.html?num=7977&uid=74 And he gave a contributed talk at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Asian Association for Algorithms and Computation. http://aaac2021.ie.nthu.edu.tw/index.php/program/ Sewon has just completed quarantine in Japan and is now postdoc at Kyoto University in the group of Akitoshi Kawamura. https://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~kawamura/ken/...Read more
Donation from Devsisters (11 alumni of School of C..
11 alumni of School of Computing (incoming class from 2006 to 2016), KAIST, currently working at Devsisters KAIST as engineers including CTO, participated in the donation for the expansion of the Computing Department building！ We sincerely are grateful for your heartwarming and welcome message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r61Bbhq3vLU Rohjun Myung, 09, Cookie Run Plus Lead Seongjin Hong, 06, CTO Changwon Lee, 11, DevOps Engineer Junsu Lee, 15, Game Server Engineer Daeyoung Won, 10, DevOps Engineer Nakhyeon Choi, 11, Game Server Engineer Taehyeon Hwang, 14, Game Server Engineer Jaeui Ma, 12, Game server engineer Jae-young Hwang, 16, Game Server Engineer Seongyoon Jeong, 14, DevOps Engineer Junseong Lee, 10, DevOps Engineer “I had a prejudice that ‘donation’ was only for successful people who run their own business, but after I heard of it, I thought ‘Oh, there is no such thing that I couldn’t do.’. So I decided to participate in it without hesitation. "The optimal route is not the most successful route, but the one with enough rewards to the least risk taken. If you want something, I’d like to tell you to take the risk and to go grab it. Don’t worry about going off the optimal route” “I believe that you can become a leader who can change our society if you find what you want to do and do it joyfully and passionately.”...Read more
Donation of Bomjun Kim, an alumnus of SoC
Bomjun Kim, an alumnus of the School of Computing at KAIST, and the CEO of Woowa Bros., made a meaningful donation of 100 million won for the School of Computing at KAIST. He won the Gold medal at the 4th International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), the first participation from Korea, and swept the world’s university student programming competition. “Pay It Forward” Bomjun Kim hopes to donate what he received to help the next generation. Interview video with Bomjun Kim: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtYiOF9xOg0...Read more
Dr. Kunwoo Park appointed as an assistant professo..
Dr. Kunwoo Park, a graduate of Data Science Laboratory (Advisor: Prof. Meeyoung Cha) at our School, has been appointed as an assistant professor in the School of AI Convergence of Soongsil Unversity, starting March 2021. Before joining the university, he was a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA and QCRI. His research area is computational social science focusing on deep learning and NLP approaches. His research has been published in premier conferences and journals such as WWW, AAAI, ICWSM, and CSCW. He will continue to work on providing data-driven solutions for social issues using online media data, such as online misinformation and bias. Dr.Kunwoo Park's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/park.kunw ...Read more
Dr. Chang Hyun Park appointed as an assistant prof..
Dr. Chang Hyun Park, a graduate of the Computer Architecture and Systems Lab (Advisor: Professor Jaehyuk Huh) at our School, has been appointed as an assistant professor in the Department of Information Technology of Uppsala University, Sweden as of January 2021. Uppsala University, founded in 1477, is Sweden's oldest and prestigious university. Dr. Park’s main research field is computer architecture and systems. He has published in top international venues including IEEE/ACM ISCA, MICRO, and ACM EuroSys. In recognition of his research achievements during his Ph.D., he received Ph.D. fellowship awards from Naver and Microsoft Research Asia. Dr. Park has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Uppsala University after obtaining his doctoral degree at KAIST in August 2019 and will continue his research as an assistant professor....Read more
Dr. Sangeun Oh appointed as an assistant professor..
On September 1, 2020, Dr. Sangeun Oh from Cyber-Physical Systems Lab (Advisor: Insik Shin) of KAIST School of Computing was appointed as an assistant professor in the Department of Software and Computer Engineering at College of Information Technology of Ajou University. Dr. Sangeun Oh has worked as a research assistant professor at KAIST School of Computing for 6 months after acquiring his Ph.D. at KAIST. His main research field is mobile IoT systems, and he has published papers at ACM MobiCom, ACM MobiSys, IEEE RTSS, etc., which are the best academic conferences in the field of mobile computing and real-time systems. His research achievements were recognized for their excellence. In 2017, he was selected for Google Ph.D. Fellowship. He also received the Best Paper Award and Best Ph.D. Forum Presentation Award at ACM MobiCom 2019 and IEEE MDM 2017 respectively. This year, he received the Distinguished Dissertation Award of KAIST School of Computing for his thesis. Congratulations....Read more
Dr. JinYeong Bak appointed as an assistant profess..
Dr. JinYeong Bak from KAIST Users & Information Lab (advisor: Prof. Alice Oh) has been appointed as an assistant professor at SKKU (Sung Kyun Kwan University) College of Computing. He received his Ph.D. in 2020 with his thesis on communication modeling. Dr. JinYeong Bak has published his work in several top conferences in Natural Language Processing domain, such as ACL and EMNLP. He also has experience working as a Junior Data Scientist at United Nations Global Pulse Lab Jakarta and as a research intern at Microsoft Research Asia. During his program, Dr. JinYeong Back was recognized for his outstanding research achievements both nationally and aboard. Through his active research activities, he demonstrated the excellence of the KAIST School of Computing....Read more
Dr. Sungeun Hong Lee was appointed as an assistant..
Dr. Sungeun Hong (advisor: Prof. Hyun Seung Yang) was appointed as an assistant professor of dept. of information and communication engineering at Inha University on September 1, 2020. After receiving his Ph.D. in 2018, he had worked as a research scientist in SK telecom T-Brain. He has focused on applying and developing deep learning to computer vision and multimodality fields. Dr. Hong had published many papers in top international conferences including ECCV, CVPR, ICCV, TIP and he was awarded the 2017 NAVER Ph.D. Fellowship Award....Read more
Dr. Yunho Kim was appointed as an assistant profes..
Dr. Yunho Kim, a Research Assistant Professor in SW Testing & Verification (SWTV) group in our department, was appointed as an assistant professor in the computer software department of Hanyang University in September 2020. He received his Ph.D. (Advisor: Prof. Moonzoo Kim) from our school in 2017 and he had published many papers in top international conferences including ICSE, FSE, and ASE, and also in top journals including IEEE TSE, ACM TOSEM. He received the best paper award in ICST 2018. Dr. Kim received his bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in KAIST....Read more
Dr. Kilho Lee was appointed as an assistant profes..
Dr. Kilho Lee (advisor: Prof. Insik Shin) was appointed as an assistant professor in the department of smart systems software at the Soongsil University in March 2020. Dr. Lee received his Ph.D. from our school in 2019 and he had worked as a post-doc researcher for a year in our school. Dr. Lee's main research area spans various cyber-physical systems and real-time embedded systems. He has published many papers in several top conferences/journals including IEEE RTSS, IEEE RTAS, ACM MobiCom, ACM EMSOFT, and IEEE IoT-Journal. He also received Best Paper Award in ACM MobiCom 2019 and IEEE CPSNA 2014. For more detailed information, please refer to the following site. https://sites.google.com/view/khlee...Read more
Dr. Sungjin Kim, appointed as an assistant profess..
Dr. Sungjin Kim (advisor: Prof. Brent Byunghoon Kang) was appointed to the assistant professor of the intelligent system engineering at the Cheju Halla University in September 2019. Dr. Kim received his Ph.D. degree in a paper titled “Risk Analysis Model on Malware Distribution Networks” in February 2019, and he has been researching the differences between benign and malicious networks through social network analysis techniques for finding malicious artifacts hidden on the web. The findings have been implemented and used in practice and published in Computers & Security, Computer Networks, ETRI journals, and SecureComm. Recently, he has commercialized the malware detection system using deep learning technology, and he continues to expand his research field to the IoT sensor development and the anomaly detection using deep learning on collected logs....Read more
Produced Amazon AWS AI Startup Challenge Award and..
Elice, a programming education startup that was established by KAIST's computer science Ph.D. students, was awarded at AWS AI Startup Challenge hosted by Amazon last year and produced some 80 related talent through data science education management. Elice operates an online programming education platform to effectively manage and operate large-scale computerized education in enterprises or educational institutions. Currently, the online coding platform is provided as a major service by introducing an environment that can be coded online without separate IDE, a free-material code evaluation system that applies grading code intended by professors, a system that prevents cheating, and pair-programming. In recognition of its technical skills, it won the AWS AI Startup Challenge last year, a competition that competes with domestic startups that operate leading technologies and services in the field of artificial intelligence deep learning. In addition, it produced more than 80 talents in related fields last year through an artificial intelligence data science program that has been operating since 2017. The program's faculty consists of KAIST and some of the best scholars in the field of artificial intelligence in Korea. Demo Day, which introduces students' projects, features major Korean IT companies such as Kakao, Naver, Samsung Electronics, and LG Electronics, as well as leading startups such as Baemin, K-Mong, and Rainist. Park Jin-woo, an engineer at Samsung Electronics who participated in the program, said, "The results of students were better than I thought, and I think it would be a good opportunity for the company if it was connected to recruitment." A trainee said, "It is meaningful that we can get advice on our career path through interviews with a business executive." The program is responsible for creating cases in which past graduates have employed at major IT companies such as Naver, NCsoft, Kakao, and PUBG, and for filling the needs of big data talent increased during the 4th Industrial Revolution. An Elice source said, "We will strive to develop technologies to create a smoother programming environment, and we will lower entry barriers and develop curriculums to foster the skills needed by technology companies so that anyone can receive coding education in line with the Fourth Industrial Revolution." Elice is currently actively used by major Korean universities and companies, including KAIST, SK Telecom, and Samsung, and recently attracted series A investment from Altos Ventures. [Reference] Students Participated in Data Science Training Promote Project Contents - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTok20p3EzAjTJWV8SJM9Gw/videos Elice Academy website - https://academy.elice.io/ Elice Introduction Website - https://elice.io/ [Related article] Data Science Program E-newspaper - http://www.etnews.com/20180925000025 This NewsToday - http://www.enewstoday.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=1233222 Newsworks - http://www.newsworks.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=217042 Asian Economy - http://view.asiae.co.kr/news/view.htm?idxno=2018081309264279730 The Korean Economy - http://news.hankyung.com/article/201808135770j...Read more
Dr. Hoon Sung Chwa, a Ph.D. joined DGIST as an ass..
As of August 6, Dr. Hoon Sung Chwa (Advisor: Insik Shin) joined DGIST as an assistant professor. Professor Chwa received the BS, MS, and PhD degrees from KAIST, Daejeon, Korea, all in Computer Science, in 2009, 2011, and 2016, respectively. His PhD thesis deals with the topic of advancing multi-core scheduling for real-time embedded systems. Prior to joining DGIST, he worked as a research fellow at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, from October 2016 to July 2018. His research interests include system design and analysis with timing guarantees and resource management in real-time embedded systems and cyber-physical systems. He published more than 15 international journals/conferences, including top conferences in the field of real-time systems (e.g., IEEE RTSS, IEEE RTAS, ACM EMSOFT, etc). He won two best paper awards from IEEE RTSS in 2012 and from IEEE CPSNA in 2014....Read more
Dr. Young-ki Lee, appointed as an assistant profes..
Dr. Young-ki Lee (advisor: Song Jun-Hwa) from our School of Computing was appointed as an assistant professor of computer science at Seoul National University in September 2018. Dr. Young-ki Lee graduated from our undergraduate master's doctoral program. Since 2013, he has been a professor at the University of Singapore Business School and was appointed to the Computer Engineering Department of Seoul National University this September. Professor Lee doing research in mobile and ubiquitous systems, OS support for mobile / IoT / wearable devices, large-scale data analytics and experimentation platforms, and computational social sciences and has published many papers on ACM MobiSys, ACM SenSys, ACM / IEEE IPSN, ACM UbiComp, ACM CSCW and ACM CHI, the top academic colloquium in related field. He is active in the academic program committee and organizing the committee and also co-chair of the ACM UbiComp program in 2018....Read more
Professor Hong Jeong-gyu Assistant professor at Ye..
Hong Jeong-kyu (Advisor: Kim Soon-tae), a graduate of KAIST's School of Computing, was appointed as an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at Yeungnam University. Dr. Hong has worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the embedded computing laboratory for one year after his doctoral degree and has conducted research on reliability and low power memory systems....Read more
Professor Ryu Deok-san appointed as an assistant p..
Graduated from the School of Computing, Professor Ryu Duksan (Professor Baek Jongmun) was appointed as an assistant professor of software engineering at Chonbuk National University. After graduating, Dr. Ryu Duksan worked as a research assistant professor for two years at our department. During his undergraduate degree, Dr. Ryu Duksan received a Ph.D fellowship from Naver studying software defect prediction and the Best Paper Award from the School of Computing. After his graduation, he taught programming fundamentals and data structure theory in our school....Read more
Dr. Jae-il Kim, a graduate of the School of Comput..
Dr. Jae-il Kim (advisor: Prof. Jinah Park, graduated in 2015), an alumnus of the School of Computing, has been appointed as an assistant professor at Kyungpook National University's School of Computer Science and Engineering. He actively conducted research in the field of computer science and medical imaging at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Postdoctoral Research Associate commencing in June 2016. Dr. Jae-Il Kim also worked at Samsung Electronics as a Senior Engineer. His major research interests are diffusion-weighted atlas construction and learning-based missing image prediction, ultrasound image fusion, and 3D foot bone modeling for foot joint analysis, and surface-based shape analysis for subcortical structures and brain ventricles....Read more
SoC Ph.D Jeongseop Ahn appointed Assistant Profess..
Our very own School of Computing alumnus Jeongseop Ahn, Ph.D (class of 2015, advisor: Prof. Jaehyuk Huh), was appointed an Assistant Professor at Ajou University’s Department of Software. Dr. Ahn worked at a postdoc position in University of Michigan after graduating, and afterwards found a research job at Oracle Labs in Silicon Valley. For his Ph.D, Dr. Ahn worked on fundamental cloud computing technologies such as virtualization and convergence in computer architecture technologies. At Oracle Labs, he worked on systems for big data analysis platforms, both SW and HW. The resultant research found themselves published on top architecture conferences, including ISCA and MICRO, where Dr. Ahn published multiple papers. Dr. Jeongseop Ahn’s achievements are available on his website, at: https://jeongseob.github.io/...Read more
SoC alumnus Jae-Pil Heo, Ph.D., appointed Assistan..
Our very own School of Computing graduate Jae-Pil Heo, Ph.D. (2015, advisor: Prof. Sung-Eui Yoon) was appointed an Assistant Professor at Sungkyunkwan University. Dr. Jae-Pil Heo researched image signature compression and indexing techniques for large-scale image search, and worked as an Adobe intern, and a researcher in ETRI. Dr. Heo’s main areas of interest include: large-scale image search, scalable nearest neighbor search, compact data representation for high dimensional data collision detection, and geometric data structures and algorithms. His principal research achievements are as follows: Shortlist Selection with Residual-Aware Distance Estimator for K-Nearest Neighbor Search Jae-Pil Heo, Zhe Lin, Xiaohui Shen, Jonathan Brandt, and Sung-eui Yoon IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2016 Distance Encoded Product Quantization Jae-Pil Heo, Zhe Lin, and Sung-Eui Yoon IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2014 VLSH: Voronoi-based Locality Sensitive Hashing Tieu Lin Loi, Jae-Pil Heo, Junghwan Lee, and Sung-Eui Yoon IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 2013 We congratulate his appointment as Assistant Professor....Read more
SoC GSIS alumnus Il Gu Lee, Ph.D., appointed Assis..
Our very own School of Computing, Graduate School of Information Security’s first Ph.D. graduate Il Gu Lee (advisor: Prof. Myungchul Kim) was appointed an Assistant Professor at Sungshin Women’s University, College of Knowledge-Based Services Engineering, Department of Convergence Security Engineering, as of March, 2017. Dr. Lee graduated with his paper: Interference-Aware Secure Communications for Wireless LANs. He researched 5G giga-scale wireless communication systems and wireless LAN for 9 years at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), and recently spent 3 years researching wireless LAN based low energy long range IoT chipsets at Newratek, a lab based startup. Dr. Lee presented at various internationally renowned conferences and journals during his graduate school years in KAIST, researching wireless communication system security, performance, and energy efficiency as a masters and doctorate student. He plans to continue his research in IoT sensors & communication, and convergent security...Read more