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ICSL’s paper (authors: Suneui Park, Heein Yoon, and Prof. Jaehyouk Choi) has been accepted for presentation at 2017 IEEE A-SSCC (Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference) in Seoul in coming November.

Samsung Electronics would like to invite Korean high school, university undergraduate, and graduate students to submit papaers to the 2017 Humantech Paper Award.

On July 25, UNIST ECE held a technical exchange meeting with ADD(Agency for Defense Development), inviting Dean of institute of defense advanced technology research and 10 other members.

The paper presented by Sihoon Jeong (1st year UNIST ECE Master student) and co-authored by Hwapyung Park (2rd UNIST ECE PhD student) and Prof. Jeehoon Jeong is awarded as the best paper at Power Electronics Conference 2017.

SoCDL’s paper has been accepted for presentation at 2017 36th IEEE/ACM ICCAD in Irvine, California in coming November.

Seminar scheduled on Thu, July 20

Professor Franklin Bien’s research team has embarked on developing a self-powered tracking device for bird flu outbreak prediction.

ECE graduate student Sangyeong Jeong was awarded the Best Student Paper Award in APEMC 2017.

UNIST ECE student, Se-Won Jeong and Prof. Jae-Young Sim’s paper has been accepted to IEEE TMM.

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, June 14

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, June 7

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, May 31

The paper authored by ECE graduate students, Min Woo Ryu (advisor: Prof. Kyung Rok Kim) and Ramesh Patel (advisor: Prof. Ki Jin Han), “Trantenna: monolithic transistor-antenna device for real-time THz imaging system” has been accepted for presentation at the forthcoming Symposium on VLSI Technology 2017 which will be held in Kyoto, Japan.

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, May 24

ECE Colloquium: Jiwoong Jang(Ulsan College) “PN-Sequence”

Jiwoong Jang
2017.05.17(Wed)
16:00 ~ 17:15
104-E207

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, May 17

ECE Colloquium scheduled on WED, May 10

Samsung Collegiate Programming Cup Presentation 2017

Date: April 26(Wed) 2:30 ~ 3:30pm

Location: 104 E103

A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has engineered a self-sustaining sensor platform to continuously monitor the surrounding environment without having an external power source.

This research has been led by the team of Professor Jaehyouk Choi of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UNIST in collaboration with Professor Wonjoon Choi of Mechanical Engineering at Korea University.