Software Security Lab of the Graduate School of In..
The software security research lab (Supervisor : Professor Cha Sang-gil) of the Graduate School of Information Security at School of Computing has handed over 2.8 million won to the department. The software security lab won the Information Protection R&D Data Challenge contest (datachallenge.kr) last November by participating in the auto-detection of vulnerabilities field. Kim Soo-min, Han Hyung-seok, and Choi Jae-seung (Ph.D course), Kim Hong-sik, Oh Dong-hyun, Jeong Min-gyu (Master course), and Cha Sang-kil, who participated in the contest, said they donated 2.8 million won for the development of the School of Computing Choi Jae-seung, the team's representative, said, "Based on the good results at the competition, I think it was the help of the schools and departments that we applied for the study. All of us decided to donate the money in the hope that we would give some back to our juniors, said....Read more
Undergraduate Hong Jae-min of School of Computing,..
At APLAS (Asian Symposium on Programming Language and Systems) 2018 which was held in Wellington, New Zealand on 12/3-5 and was sponsored by KAIST, Hong Jae-min (Advisor Ryu Seok-young) received the second prize for his thesis on Path Dependent Ties with Path-Equality at the Student Research Competition, which he participated with graduate students. He published the paper at ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Scala, which was held in St. Louis, U.S. on September 28....Read more
Lee Sung-ho, Ph.D. student of KAIST School of Comp..
LeeSeong-ho(Advisor Ryu Seok-young) School of Computing, KAIST was selected as the best reviewer for the Artifact Evaluation at OOPSLA 2018 (Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications), a class S international institute in Boston, U.S. on Nov. 7-9 and won the Distinguished Artifact Evaluation Committee Member Award....Read more
Chosen for NAVER Phd Fellowship
Last November, ten Ph.D. students from our computer science department were chosen for NAVER PhD Fellowship. The selected person is - Gong Tae-sik (Professor: Lee Sung-joo) - Kwon Hyun (Professor Yoon Hyun-soo) - Kim Hyung-kyu (Professor Kim Soon-tae) - Nam Jae-hyun (Professor: Shin Seung-won) - Park Joon-young (Professor Ryu Seok-young) - Park Jin-seok (Professor Lee Heung-kyu) - Jang Young-soo (Professor: Kim Ki-ung) - Jeon Seok-joon (Professor: Kim Min-hyuk) - Jeong Dae-ryong (Professor: Shin In-shik) - Ha Jae-hee (Professor Kim Myung-chul) NAVER PhD Fellowship program is a program that selects Ph.D. student who submitted the first paper to the top-tier conference/journal of each computing field and pays scholarships. Naver selected eight students for NAVER Phd Fellowship in 2015, six first and eight second in 2016, 11 in 2017, and 10 in 2018, and paid a total of 235 million won to the selected students....Read more
Won Grand Prize at 2018 National Cryptographic Com..
Two students from Graduate School of Information Security of School of Computing, KAIST, Choi Won-seok in Ph.d course and Lee Byeong-hak in master’s course(Advisor Professor Lee Ju-young) , won the grand prize for thesis “Indifferentiability of Truncated Random Permutations” at the 2018 National Cryptography Competition. The 2018 National Cryptographic Competition was held by the Korea Cryptographic Forum, Korea Institute of Information Security & Cryptology and and National Research Council of Science & Technology under the auspices of the National Intelligence Service to develop the nation's encryption technology. The total prize money is about 50 million won including the 10 million for the grand prize. Cryptographic Competition is divided into areas such as cryptography thesis, solving problems of cryptography, and ideas for using cryptography, and the grand prize is chosen only from the cryptography thesis area. The award ceremony was held at Ramada Seoul Hotel on November 15 as an additional event for the Future Password Workshop. In addition, Kim Sung-kwang in Ph.d course (Advisor Professor Lee Ju-young) received an incentive award in cryptography thesis section, and Kim Sung-kwang and Choi Won-suk in Ph.d course, and Lee Young-min in master’s course (Advisor Professor Lee Ju-young) received a special award.Two teams of undergraduates of KAIST hacking club GoN, led by Cha Sang-gil from Graduate School of Information Security, received the highest award and the incentive prize respectively in the problem-solving field. Meanwhile, Lee Ji-eun, a Ph.D. student in School of Computing, won the top prize at the National Cipher Skills Specialist Training Awards, and Lee Byeong-hak, a master's course student, won the excellence prize. Lee Byung-hak also won the top prize at the 2017 Cryptography Contest for his paper, "Tweakable Block Cippers Secure Beyond the Birtday Bound in the Ideal Cipher Model," which was adopted by the three major cryptographic societies Asiacrypt, this year....Read more
Dr. Hong Seok-in, Assistant professor at Kyungpook..
Hong Seok-In (advisor: Soon-Tae Kim), a graduate of KAIST's School of Computing, was appointed as an assistant professor of computer science at Kyungbook National University. After graduating, he worked as a senior researcher at Samsung Electronics and worked on DRAM design. After that, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at IBM TJ Watson Research Center and conducted research on low power memory system, near-data processing, and secure processor architecture . https://sites.google.com/view/seokinhong/...Read more
Ph.D student Han Young-hoon attended as the studen..
Ph.D student Han Young-hoon (Advisor : Professor Kang Sung Won) attended at the 1st Annual Meeting of the National Science and Technology Advisory Council held at the Blue House on July 26 (Thursday) as the student delegation. At the meeting presided by the chair of the National Science and Technology Advisory Council, the President Moon Jae-In held discussions on 1) National R & D Innovations 2) Strengthening the rights and interests of university researchers and improving research conditions. Prior to the conference, a preliminary ceremony for the growth of young scientists was held with the president of the university, the president of the university, and student representatives....Read more
Won Grand Prize and Special Prize in 9th TOPCIT Re..
In the "9th TOPCIT Regular Evaluation" conducted by Ministry of Science and ICT and Institute for Information&communications Technology Promotion(IITP) on May 19 (Sat), Ryu Hyung-Wook(Advisor: Choi Sung Hee) and Kwon Oh-chan(Advisor : Choi Gwang Mu), students in master’s course, won Grand Prize (Minister of Science and ICT) and Special Prize (Navy Chief of Staff Award). The awards ceremony will be held on July 13, 2018 (Friday), at the Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Royal Ballroom (1st floor). TOPCIT is a system that diagnoses and evaluates the basic core knowledge, skills and attitudes required for ICT industry participants and SW developers to understand business and resolve tasks according to their needs and perform their business successfully....Read more
A technology that can detect clickbait news from t..
The article is about the development of 'Clickbait news detection software' by alumni of the Web Science Graduate School, Dr. Gun-Woo Park (advisor: Meeyoung Cha), and undergraduate student Tae-gyun Kim. An article in Korean is available at the following: http://news.joins.com/article/22600687...Read more
Prof. Juho Kim and his team received Honorable Men..
Prof. Juho Kim of the KAIST School of Computing received an Honorable Mention Award at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2018) held in Montreal, Canada, on April 21-26. The CHI conference is the premier conference in the field of Human-Computer Interaction, and only the top 5％ of all papers receive the Honorable Mention Award. The study was a result of international cooperation with Ching Liu, a master's student from Taiwan’s National Tsing Hua University and also an exchange student at KAIST, and Prof. Hao-Chuan Wang from UC Davis. In the paper titled ”ConceptScape: Collaborative Concept Mapping for Video Learning”, they introduce a system that helps learners who watch lecture videos in an online education environment work together to create a concept map. Through the generated concept map learners can more easily explore and understand the contents of the lecture. paper link: https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3173961 more: https://kixlab.org/publications/...Read more
Dr. Jongmin Lee joined Wonkwang University as an a..
Dr. Jongmin Lee (advisor: Prof. Soontae Kim), an alumnus of the School of Computing, has been appointed as an assistant professor at Wonkwang University's Department of Computer Engineering. Dr. Jongmin Lee has three years of experience at Samsung Electronics as a Senior Researcher. Dr. Lee studied low-power computer architecture during his Ph.D. degree. After graduation, he developed tools related to DRAM design and testing at Samsung Electronics....Read more
Dr. Duksu Kim, a Ph.D. graduate at 2014, joined KO..
Under the supervision of Prof. Sung-eui Yoon, Dr. Duksu Kim mainly researched utilizing CPUs and GPUs together, otherwise known as heterogeneous parallel computing, and joined KISTI as a researcher before moving to moving to academia. More information on his research can be found :https://sglab.kaist.ac.kr/bluekds/...Read more
Best Student Paper Award Honorable Mention at ACM ..
Prof. Juho Kim and Jean Y. Song, a doctoral student at the University of Michigan and a visiting researcher at KAIST School of Computing, won the 'Best Student Paper Award Honorable Mention' at the ACM 2018 Conference on Intelligent User Interface held in Tokyo. In the paper titled 'Two Tools are Better Than One: Tool Diversity as a Means of Improving Aggregate Crowd Performance', they present a new method to overcome the limitations of existing crowdsourcing techniques. By providing multiple tools with complementary properties to crowd workers, it improves the accuracy of the aggregated result by minimizing the errors coming from crowd workers using a single tool. https://dl.acm.org/authorize?N43044...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
Master student Hyung-Uk Ryu scores the top in the ..
Linked is an article on KAIST School of Computing Master student Hyung-Uk Ryu's top scoring on the TOPCIT The article in Korean. http://news.joins.com/article/22411058...Read more
Ph.D. candidate Hyosu Kim wins the ＇HumanTech Pape..
Hyosu Kim, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Computing, won the bronze prize in the Computer Science & Engineering division of Samsung Electronics Human Tech papers on February 7th. A research team composed of Ph.D. candidates Hyosu Kim and Byungil Kim (advisor: Prof. Insik Shin) at KAIST and Ph.D. candidate Daehyeok Kim at CMU won the prize by developing a touch detection technology using touch sound in a mobile environment. The team was highly acclaimed for their sound-based techniques and mobile HCI technology. Title - TapSnoop: Leveraging Tap Sound to Infer Tapstrokes on Mobile Touch-screen Devices Authors - Hyosu Kim (KAIST), Daehyeok Kim (CMU), and Byungil Cho (KAIST) The Samsung Electronics HumanTech Paper Award was established in 1994 to discover creative and challenging young people who will lead the future science of Korea and to create a social atmosphere that emphasizes technology and revitalizes the research atmosphere in schools. An article in Korean is available at the following: https://humantech.samsung.com/saitext/board.do...Read more
CAN ’17 at ACM CoNEXT 2017, Best Paper Award
On December 12th, KAIST undergraduate student Jaemin Shin and Dukgi Hong (Advisor Prof. Sue Moon) has earned the ‘Best Paper Award’ for their paper ‘Considerations on Deploying High-Performance Container-based NFV’ in the international conference ‘Cloud-Assisted networking Workshop at ACM CoNEXT 2017’ held at Incheon Paradice City Hotel. Congratulations！...Read more
Seung-Hwan Baek and Chang Hyun Park won MSRA PhD F..
Seung-Hwan Baek and Chang Hyun Park won MSRA PhD Fellowship 2017 [link]. Congratulations to Seung-Hwan Baek (advisor: Prof. Min H. Kim) and Chang Hyun Park (advisor: Prof. Jaehyuk Huh), on winning the 2017 Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship Award！ Their excellent guidance and continued support for the Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship program are highly appreciated. This year, 107 distinguished Ph.D. candidates from 38 leading research universities or institutions were nominated for fellowships. Applicants included candidates from the China mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore. Each candidate’s credentials, publications, and research projects were thoroughly evaluated by a review committee and only 10 extremely outstanding students have been awarded fellowships. A cash award is also provided to support the fellow’s research and academic endeavors. Moreover, Microsoft Research Asia would like to provide Moreove the PhD student a 3-month visiting research opportunity, which helps the winner to broaden his or her horizons by doing research at a top international research institute under the guidance of an experienced researcher. Seung-Hwan and Chang Hyun were invited to attend the 2017 MSRA Fellowship award ceremony held in Harbin, China, on Oct 19th. The ceremony was one of the key sessions of the 19th Computing in the 21st Century Conference, during which they could talk from distinguished scientists from around the world, and have a lunch meeting with Turing Award winner. Since its inception in 1999, the program has attracted applications from approximately 1,100 PhD candidates from more than 40 universities in the Asia-Pacific region, with 396 outstanding students having been awarded Microsoft Research Asia Fellowships. Many of them have become influential researchers in their area. We are glad to have Seung-Hwan and Chang Hyun as Fellowship winners this year, and we look forward to their future achievements！ Chang Hyun Park (left) and Seung-Hwan Baek (right)...Read more
PhD candidate Sangeun Oh awarded 2017 Google PhD F..
On September 12th, KAIST PhD candidate Sangeun Oh was awarded the 2017 Google PhD Fellowship in Mobile Computing area, in recognition of his latest work "Designing Multi-device Mobile Platform for Cross-device Functionality Sharing". Google has been conducting Google PhD Fellowship Program to spotlight PhD candidates who are doing outstanding work in the field of computer science. The awardees are granted ten thousand dollars worth of scholarship and become connected with Google's specialists each field as mentors to discuss the research and get feedback. This year, a total of 47 PhD students worldwide were awarded, including 6 students in the East Asia, including Korea, China and Japan. Throughout his PhD years, Sangeun Oh developed platforms for mobile devices to share functionalities such as log in, payment and sensors, enabling user experiences previously impractical to implement. His research was presented last June 21th in ACM Mobysis, the most prestigious academic conference in Mobile computing....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
Aug 16 Segye Daily, “KAIST produces Korea’s first ..
(Pictured in the middle: School of Computing student Hanbyul Lee) Aug 16 Segye Daily, “KAIST produces Korea’s first 3 ‘Master Degrees of Startup’” Article in Korean: http://www.segye.com/newsView/20170814000382 Linked is an article on SoC student Hangyul Lee (advisor: Prof. DooHwan Bae), who received his Master’s Degree of Startup....Read more
App that adjusts smartphone notifications accordin..
Pictured: KAIST personnel involved in the SCAN technology research effort. From the left, KAIST SoC Professors Sung-Ju Lee, Dongman Lee, and Juho Kim, Ph.D. student Cheonjong Park, and Samsung Electronics SW Center researcher Junsung Lim Our very own School of Computing Professors Sung-Ju Lee and Dongman Lee, with their respective research teams, developed technology to automatically detect the current user’s situation and adjust smartphone notification settings accordingly. The technology, which they call SCAN (Social Context-Aware smartphone Notification system, or Freedom from Notifications), was featured in an Aug. 7 iPnomics article. http://www.ipnomics.co.kr/?p=63868...Read more
Best Paper in Robotic Planning at the Internationa..
KAIST School of Computing Ph.D. graduate Junghwan Lee, and M.S. student Heechan Shin (advisor: Prof. Sungeui Yoon) won the Best Paper in Robotic Planning award at the ICAR 2017, held last July 10 through 12 at Hong Kong. The award recognized their research on data-driven kinodynamic RRT. This research was on a method for constructing a database of known possible states and inputs of a kidonynamic robot’s movements for future reference, such that robots can simply search the database. By removing the need to calculate the inputs in real time, the research greatly reduces the computational load of robotic movement. Lee has a history of outstanding academic achievement, having published multiple papers at various internationally renowned journals and conferences during the course of his Ph.D. years, including the IEEE Transaction on Robotics (TRO), International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), and the International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Systems (IROS). Advisor: Prof. Sungeui Yoon, 1 st Author: Junghwan Lee, 2 nd Author: Heechan Shin IICAR 2017 Website: http://www.ee.cuhk.edu.hk/~qhmeng/icar2017/index.htm We offer our most sincere congratulations on their success....Read more
Silver in 7th TOPCIT Periodic Evaluation
Our very own School of Computing undergraduate student Seung Geun Baek (Advisor: Prof. Moonzoo Kim) won silver in the 7th TOPCIT Periodic Evaluation held jointly by the Ministry of Science and ICT, and the IITP. We extend our most sincere congratulations. Article in Korean: http://www.newstap.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=56908...Read more
SoC Students Win KCC 2017 SW Development Contest’s..
Our very own KAIST School of Computing Ph.D. course students Youngsun Kwon and Taeyoung Kim (both under advisor Prof. Sungeui Yoon) won the Microsoft Research Award and first prize, respectively, at the KCC 2017 SW development / demo contest held last June 20th. The event, held in Jeju Island by the Korea Computer Congress, awarded their presentations of “Real-time updates for occupancy maps”, and “Illumination invariant color space computation using principal component analysis”, respectively. Mr. Kwon, who won the MS Research Award, won 2,000,000 KRW as a member of the Robotics-SGLab Team, and also won an internship at MS Research. Mr. Kim, the winner of the first prize, won 1,000,000 KRW as a member of the SGLab Imaging / Vision Team. We extend our congratulations on their success....Read more
SoC Prof. DooHwan Bae Wins ICSE 2020 for Seoul
School of Computing Professor DooHwan Bae attended the Steering Committee of the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), and confirmed the 2020 event will be at Seoul. The conference lasted from last May 20 to 28 at Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 2020 late May ICSE at Seoul will be the 42nd event, and will be held jointly by the ACM/IEEE and the KIISE (Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers), a departure from previous ICSE events. The event is expected to contribute to the globalization of Korean software engineering search, engineers, and researcher, as well as their research and development talents. ICSE normally hosts 1400 – 1500 researchers and practitioners as the world’s foremost conference in the field of software engineering. The event includes 7 other collocated conferences in addition to the main conference, as well as approximately 20 workshops. A combined total of around a 1000 papers are submitted, of which the main conference’s research track receives 500 to 600, of which around 70 are and presented. We congratulate the successful attraction of the largest SE conference in 2020....Read more
KAIST SoC student’s online education platform star..
The following are news (in Korean) on elice, a start up by School of Computing Ph.D student Jaewon Kim (Advisor: Prof. Alice Oh). Via Maeil Business Newspaper: http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&oid=009&aid=0003940349&sid1=001& On TJB: https://youtu.be/zVr_TjTnLKg...Read more
Bronze in the 41st ACM ICPC World Finals
The 41st ACM ICPC World Finals was held on May 25th, 9 AM Korean time, at Rapid City, South Dakota. The KAIST team won 9th place, winning a bronze and also scoring the First Problem Solver Award, given to the first team to solve a problem. ACM-ICPC, sponsored by IBM, is an international university level coding competition where the Korean representatives are selected after a Daejeon regional qualifier, followed by a Korean national qualifier, where teams of three solve 12 questions. Our very own KAIST team was coached by Prof. Sung Yong Shin (Professor Emeritus, School of Computing), with Prof. Taisook Han (School of Computing) providing on-site coaching. The team members were School of Computing undergraduates Jihoon Ko and Hanpil Kang, joined by Department of Mathematical Sciences undergraduate Jongwon Lee. The three students achieved excellent results in the competition. More information on the competition is available on the official website at https://icpc.baylor.edu/worldfinals/results...Read more