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Graduate students wanted

February 21st, 2020 No comments

We’re accepting new graduate students.
Background doesn’t really matter, but it helps a lot if you are good at either

  • software programming (e.g., C++, advanced level in Python)
  • hardware design (e.g., Verilog/VHDL/SystemC development of a sizable system)
  • strong math or analytical thinking
  • or have a very good GPA from a reputable school (e.g., UNIST).

So whether you’re EE or CSE major (or something else), 
Please apply or contact me if you’re interested and qualified.

We’re a leading research group on edge-based AI,
and our graduates go to Samsung, LG, international start-ups, etc.

We’re also recruiting undergraduate interns. 
Please apply!

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Paper accepted to GLSVLSI ’20

February 20th, 2020 No comments

Congratulations to Segi and the other team members!

GLSVLSI ’20 is the 30th edition of the ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI.  

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Paper accepted to DAC 2020

February 19th, 2020 No comments

Congratulations to Sugil and the other team members!

DAC ’20 will be held in July, in San Francisco.

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Paper accepted to DAC 2019

February 19th, 2019 No comments

Congratulations to the NPRC (Neural Processing Research Center) team!

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Four papers accepted to ASP-DAC 2019

August 30th, 2018 No comments

The RNC Lab at UNIST has four papers accepted this time to the 24th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC), which will be held in Tokyo, Japan, in January 2019.

Congratulations to all the contributing authors, Aidyn, Daewoo, Hyeonuk, and Sugil!

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Undergraduate internship positions available

April 5th, 2018 No comments

We are recruiting undergraduate research interns.

Feel free to contact Hyeonuk.

Details including contact info can be found in the attached poster.

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Two papers accepted to DAC 2018

February 22nd, 2018 No comments

The RNC Lab at UNIST has two papers accepted this year to Design Automation Conference (DAC), which will be held in San Francisco, California, in June.

Congratulations to all the contributing authors, Aidyn, Sugil, Hyeonuk, and our undergraduate intern, Saken!

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NAVER PhD Fellowship Award received by our lab member

November 27th, 2017 No comments

Congratulations! Hyeonuk was selected for the NAVER Ph.D. Fellowship Award this year.

NAVER Ph.D. Fellowship Award recognizes top Ph.D. students in UNIST ECE with top-tier conference/journal publications or those who otherwise demonstrated top-quality research results. Only six students received the award this year, and the ceremony took place during the annual ECE Night. Each winner of the award receives five million Korean won, which is about five thousand US dollars.

Naver Corporation, who is behind this award, is an Internet content service company operating Korea’s #1 search engine Naver.com according to wikipedia.

These are some of the photos from the ECE Night.

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Apply to UNIST graduate school

August 31st, 2017 No comments

Application schedule for March 2018 admission:

  • Application: 2017.08.22(Tue)-2017.09.07(Thu), 18:00
  • Document submission: 2017.08.22(Tue)-2017.09.08(Fri), 18:00
  • Document screening result notification: 2017.11.16(Thu), 16:00
  • Interview: 2017.11.20(Mon)-12.08(Fri)
  • Final decision notification: 2018.1.10(Wed), 10:00
  • Registration: 2018.01.10(Wed)-01.12(Fri), 16:00

For detail, please visit http://adm-g.intl.unist.ac.kr/ (Korean site: http://adm-g.unist.ac.kr), article no. 222.

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RA (Research Assistant) positions available

August 31st, 2017 No comments

We have open positions for MS, Ph.D., undergraduate internship, or postdoc in the following areas.

  • Deep learning acceleration based on GPU, FPGA, etc.
  • Cost- and energy-efficient deep learning models
  • Reconfigurable architectures, systems, and compilers
  • Energy-efficient computing based on emerging technology (Memristor, Spintronics, Analog-digital mixed-mode design)
  • Neuromorphic computing, and many more!

This is a great opportunity. If interested, please write to the admin!

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