1. I am interested in ECL Lab. How (what) should I prepare for it?
First, why English? Not only are all courses taught in English, there are international students who cannot speak Korean. This means that you have to use English for discussions with your labmate and for project collaboration with your classmates. Of course in many graduate courses including what I teach, there are presentation (in English) and discussion times. Thus what I mean by English skill is not some TOEIC score, but the communication skill really, which is important in arguably every walk of career you will end up choosing.
2. What are the important subjects (courses) that are absolutely necessary for ECL Lab’s research?
Graduate study is not so much about taking courses as exploring frontiers, but you need to cover the basics. Here are a few:
- Discrete Mathematics
- Programming (eg., Object-Oriented Programming for UNIST undergrads)
- Computer Organization and Design
- Intro to Algorithm
- Digital Logic
- Intro to Compilers and Intro to VLSI Design would be a plus, but not mandatory.
3. I am not a CSE student. Can I apply?
4. When can I apply for the graduate school in UNIST?
You can also contact the professor for possible internship or undergraduate research opportunities anytime.
5. Where can I find more information about graduate school admission?
The UNIST admission portal is here.
6. Where can I find course related stuff?