People

March 7th, 2014

Professor

Jongeun Lee

Jongeun Lee joined Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) in August of 2009 and is Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Lee received his B.S. (1997) and M.S. (1999) in Electrical Engineering, and his Ph.D. (2004) in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science all from Seoul National University.

Prior to joining UNIST, Dr. Lee was a Senior Researcher at Samsung Electronics SoC Research Center (2004.1-2007.10) and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Arizona State University (2007.11-2009.8). Dr. Lee is a recipient of Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from KRF (Korea Research Foundation) in 2007.

Dr. Lee has published more than 20 papers in refereed journals and conferences as well as a book chapter and several patents. His research interest includes reconfigurable processor, application-specific processor, and compilation for low power, reliability, and multi-core processors.

He lives together with his wife and three daughters in Ulsan.

Students

Sugil Lee

Sugil Lee joined the lab in March, 2017 as a master student. He majored in mathematics with some background in CS. His research interests include machine learning.

Aidyn Zhakatayev

Aidyn Zhakatayev started his M.S. program in September, 2016. He majored in EE with a double major in CSE from UNIST, which should give him a perfect background for his research into various aspects of stochastic computing. He enjoys football, and is from Kazakstan.

Daewoo Kim

Daewoo Kim joined the lab in August, 2016 for his M.S. program staring in Fall, 2016. He has a CS background but is also very competent in various areas of hardware design including processor design, accelerator design for emerging application such as deep learning, and high level synthesis.

Sangyun Oh

Sangyun Oh started his M.S. program in March, 2015. His research interests include (i) reconfigurable architecture and (ii) acceleration of deep neural networks for low-power systems.

Atul Rahman

Atul Rahman is a graduate student, beginning his M.S. program in September, 2014. His research interests include high-level synthesis and approximate/stochastic computing.

Hongsik Lee

Hongsik Lee entered UNIST in March, 2014.

Dong Nguyen

Dong Nguyen entered UNIST in March, 2014.

Hyeonuk Sim

Hyeonuk Sim is a graduate student at ECL, beginning his master’s program in March, 2015.

Seongseok Seo

Seongseok Seo entered UNIST in March, 2012, though he started to come to the lab about six months earlier, and worked as an intern in the lab during the winter break. He graduated from Ulsan University.

He is a recipient of Dongbu HiTek Best Paper Award at the 21st Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS), together with Yeonghun Jeong and Prof. Lee.

Currently he is working for LG Electronics, CTO Division, at Seoul.

Yeonghun Jeong

Yeonghun Jeong joined the ECL lab in September 2011, as M.S. student. He is interested in Computer Architecture. Yeonghun graduated from Department of Electrical Enginnering of Pusan National University (March 2011).

He received Dongbu HiTek Best Paper Award at the 21st Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS), together with Seongseok Seo and Prof. Lee.

Currently he is working for LG Electronics, CTO Division, at Seoul.

Toan Mai

Toan Xuan Mai

Toan Xuan Mai entered Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) in March, 2011, as M.S. student. His research interest includes Compiler and Reconfigurable Architectures. Toan Mai received his B.S. in Computer Engineering with Honors from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology in Vietnam (Apr 2011).

While in UNIST, he earned Love Dream Scholarship from Korean Student Aid Foundation, which is given to 8 excellent Vietnamese/Chinese graduate students nationwide selected by Korean Government. Currently he is working for Global Cybersoft in Vietnam.

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