Electronic and Electrical Engineering
  Chai Jong-Seo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Accelerator & Medical engineering
(email) jschai@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include RF System Development (Generator, Cavity, Resonator ), Advanced Electron Linear Accelerator Design and Manufacturing, Advanced Accelerator System for Cancer Treatment, Heavy Ion Accelerator for Medical Use and Next Generation Medical Instruments

  Cho, Jun-Dong
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciecce
/ Northwestern University
/ Very Large Scaled Embedded System on Chip Design & Automation (VADA)
(email) jdcho@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include efficient solutions towards Embedded System on Chip design automation problems for developing a low-power and high-speed platform for mobile applications. As the portable electronics market moves to computation-intensive products like cellular telephones with bio-processing capabilities, low-power design becomes critical, and the existing reconfigurable radio and networks-on-chip architecture and methodologies can be leveraged to create new platform solutions for the next-generation mobile phones. With computer-aided design tools such as ConvergenSC and Modelsim, important applications are programmed with VERILOG and verified on the SoC platform.

  Cho, Kyu-Seob
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Next Generation Network
(email) kscho@skku.edu

His research areas include network architecture, communication protocol, and information service systems. He has carried out such projects as communication network operation and management system, ISDN and ATM service terminal structure, routing protocol for automatic switched optical transport networks. Currently, he is interested in mobility management for IP data service in wireless data networks.

  Choi, Hyung-Jin
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
/ University of Southern Califormia
/ Communication Engineeirng
(email) hjchoi@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include digital communication and mobile communication physical layer engineering, narrowband (QAM) and wideband (CDMA, OFDM) communication technology, synchronization, channel estimation, channel modeling, link performance evaluation through simulation and MODEM-related technology. The results are expected to be applicable to various mobile and wireless communication systems engineering.

  Chung, Il-Sub
Ph.D. in Engineering
/ University of Texas at Austin
/ Semiconductor Engineering
(email) ichung@skku.ac.kr

His research interests are to work towards finding solutions to the technological challenges in the field of MRAM, FRAM, SCM, molecular devices, organic TFT using scanning probe microscopes, nanobio devices and probe microscope.

  Chung, Kang-Min
Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ University of Texas at Austin
/ CMOS VLSI
(email) kmchung@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the design of the state-of-the-art VLSI integrated circuits using MOSFETs. The design is for digital, analog and mixed mode circuits.

  Chung, Min-Young
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Korea Advanced Institute Science and Technology
/ Communications and Networks
(email) mychung@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the design and performance analysis of wireline/wireless networks/systems, Internet routing protocol, mobile IPv4/IPv6, wireless LAN/PAN, and home networks. Research into wireless LAN, sensor networks, quality of service (QoS) routing, optical network technologies, and network mobility are in progress.

  Hong, Byung-You
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Pennsylvania State University
/ Semiconductor and Electronic Materials
(email) byhong@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include synthesis and characterization of thin films applied to electronic devices. Utilizing PECVD (plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition) and PVD (physical vapor deposition) systems, carbon-based thin films such as DLC, CNT, and diamond, a-SiC, TCO, and ZnO are synthesized and applied to many areas including dye-sensitized solar cells. Research related to nano and bio-technology is in progress, including nano size bio-device fabrication and nano wire synthesis utilizing organism molecules.

  Hong, Kwang-Seok
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Speech Recognition
(email) kshong@skku.ac.kr

His research interests include human-computer interaction, recognition and representation of the five senses, biometrics, multi-modal language processing, and VoiceXML. Applications of research include intelligent robots, wearable PCs, home networks, telematics, etc.

  Jeon, Byeungwoo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Purdue University
/ Digital Media Signal Processing
(email) bjeon@skku.edu

His research areas include various practical issues related to video and image signal processing. To solve many real-world problems for video services over mobile networks, broadcasting networks, and the Internet, research is in progress on the next generation video coding, international standardization such as HEVC/MPEG/H.264/SVC, stereoscopic video processing, content protection technology such as watermarking to cope with unauthorized copying and modification of digital media, and implementation issues using DSP processor and embedded systems.

  Kim, Chul-Hwan
Ph.D. in Elecrical Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Power System Innovation Laboratory
(email) hmwkim@hanmail.net

His research areas include the development of the next-generation power systems using power IT (information technology); digital simulation and modeling of power systems considering DG (Distributed Generation), for example, solar and wind power; development of training simulators; development of digital relays using VHDL, FPGA, and Soc; development of digital substations using agent technology and telecommunications engineering; development of novel wide-area protection and control techniques for the prevention of blackouts; and development of novel algorithms using software engineering, for example, AI (artificial intelligence), agent technology and Smart Grid

  Kim, Dong In
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ University of Southern California
/ Wireless Communications
(email) dikim@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include cooperative communications, interference management for heterogeneous networks, cross-layer design and optimization (http://wireless.skku.edu).

  Kim, Gil-Ho
Ph.D. in Semiconductor Physics
/ University of Cambridge, UK
/ Semiconductor Nano Devices
(email) ghkim@skku.edu

His research areas include the electronic and optical properties of the single electron transistors, quantum dot and wire sensor, quantum communication, and single molecule device, where the device size becomes nano scale. Future semiconductor devices will demand faster, smaller, and lower electric power, and more efficient integrated circuits. In order to develop nano scale devices, he is interested in all aspects of semiconductor device nanofabrication, and developing new technologies for fabricating atomically precise electronic and optical devices.

  Kim, Jong-Tae
Ph.D. in Engineering
/ University of California, Irvine
/ Embedded Systems
(email) jtkim@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include hardware/software co-design process and embedded systems for the efficient implementation of computer and communication systems and methodology and architecture for SoC which integrate processor cores and peripherals into a single chip.

  Kim, Joong-Kyu
Ph.D. in Electircal and Computer Engineering
/ University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
/ Signal Processing
(email) jkkim@skku.edu

His research interests include digital signal processing and detection/estimation theory. Research is in progress on 3-dimensional image processing and 3D TV systems, bio-medical image processing, MPEG4 based middleware for 3D content authoring/processing, automatic segmentation/tracking of objects in video sequences, face recognition/emotion identification algorithms based on image processing, and development of ambient intelligent systems.

  Kuc, Tae-Yong
Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
/ Pohang University of Science and Technology
/ Intelligent Control and Intelligent Robotics
(email) tykuc@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the development of learning and adaptation concepts to enhance the intellectual power of intelligent robots and robotic appliances. Research is in progress on sensor network implementation, robotic modules and architecture design, and SI (system integration).

  Kwon, Key-Ho
Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Intelligent Systems
(email) khkwon@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include fuzzy theory, genetic algorithms, chaotic theory, and artificial life.

  Lee, Byoung-Kuk
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Texas A&M University
/ Energy Mechatronics
(email) bkleeskku@skku.edu

His research areas include the design of inverters and converters and development of advanced control algorithms for electric machines, which can be applied to hybrid electric vehicles, tractions, etc. Research is in progress on the development of variable-speed sensor-less algorithms for high-speed motors and power conversion systems(PCS) and balance of plants (BOP) for fuel cell applications, such as residences, power plants, and mobile devices.

  Yi, June-Ho
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ Purdue Universiy
/ Computer Vision
(email) jhyi@skku.edu

His research areas include new computer input technologies using computer vision with the goal of making computers understand identity, pose, gesture, and emotional expressions of humans, and a 3D real world by analyzing the input images captured by one or more cameras. Applications of research include intelligent interfaces, interactive games, intelligent rooms, unmanned security system, and biometric identification.

  Lee, Keun-Young
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Hanyang University
/ Image Communications
(email) kylee@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include image processing, compression, techniques for compensating for transmission errors, image security using watermarking technology, etc.

  Lee, Kyung-Shik
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ University of Colorado
/ Optical Communications and Optoelectronics
(email) kslee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His primary research areas are related to the optical communication and optoelectronics. The optical communication research area includes the FTTH, WDM, and Internet and cell phone technology. Research results are expected to be applicable to the semiconductor and medical fields, military, transportation, environment, etc. Other research areas include photonic crystal fibers, optical biosensors, tera Hertz generation laser source, and hybrid integrated external cavity semiconductor lasers.

  Lee, Suk-Han
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Purdue University
/ Intelligent systems
(email) Lsh@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas are intelligent systems and MEMS/NEMS. Research in intelligent systems includes real-time vision-based recognition, modeling, and understanding of the 3D environment, visual servo, robotic motion planning, reconfigurable and embedded systems-on-chip for robotic software and hardware engines, 3D cameras, robot manipulation and navigation, and intelligent vehicles. Research in MEMS/NEMS includes devices for jetting micro and nano droplets, electro-wetting, nano fountain pens, and micro and nano transducers.

  Lee, Tae-Jin
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ University of Texas at Austin
/ Communication Networks
(email) tjlee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the design and analysis of wired/wireless communication networks/systems, MAC, resource allocation, scheduling, routing, network formation, and mobility of wireless networks/systems(WPAN/WLAN/WMAN/4G), ad-hoc/sensor/RFID networks, home networks, and optical networks.

  Lee, Yeon-Ho
Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering-Electrophysics
/ University of Souhtern California
/ Optical Communications and Optoelectronics
(email) yeonlee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include holographic optical memory, holographic 3-D display, hologram data encryption, and optical design of LCD and AMOLED. Optical cavity is used to increase the record density of holograms. LCD is converted to a phase SLM and wave fronts are directly displayed on 3-D displays. Research is in progress on techniques for measuring the LCD parameters without ambiguity, deriving optimum conditions for optimum quality in restored hologram data and watermarks, and optical extraction efficiency of AMOLED by analytical and computer simulation methods.

  Min, Hyoung-Bok
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
/ University of Texas at Austin
/ VLSI Design & Test
(email) min@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the development of various VLSI testing techniques, in particular, for generating high fault coverage test patterns Using scan design to enable ATPG (automatic test pattern Generation) to work for the sequential circuits.

  Nah, Wan-Soo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Electromagnetic Compatibility
(email) wsnah@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include measurements, analysis, EM (electromagnetic) simulation of signal integrity in high-speed digital systems, high-frequency characterization of electronic packaging systems (PCB/IC wafer level), and high-frequency signal transfer characterization of MIMO interconnects, etc. The research is motivated by the observation that as the circuit gets more densely integrated and the operating frequency gets higher, the importance of SI (signal integrity) and EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) increases in high-speed digital system design.

  Park, Cheon-Seok
Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
/ Korea Advanced Institute Science and Technology
/ Microwave Engineering
(email) cpark@mwlab.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include design methods for various linear power amplifiers, especially, the feed forward and pre-distortion methods. Research into digital pre-distortion linearizers is focused on IMT-2000 applications which require broader bandwidths.

  Park, Il-Han
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Applied Electromagnetics
(email) ihpark@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include optimal design theory and simulation S/W for various electromagnetic systems; specifically, electric motors, generators, transformers, switch gears, high voltage systems, MEMS/NEMS, plasma devices, EMI/EMC, and their accurate analysis and optimal design based on numerical algorithms of finite element methods. Research is in progress on the analysis and design of multi-physics coupled systems of electro-mechanics, electro-fluid, electro-thermal, electro-deformation, electro-dynamics for electromechanical devices and micro/nano/bio devices

  Park, Jong-Koo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Control & Virtual Reality
(email) pjk@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include robust and nonlinear control, estimation and filtering theories, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, graphics, and 3D computer games.

  Park, Kiheon
Ph.D. in System Engineering
/ Polytechnic University of New York
/ Automatic Control
(email) khpark@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include control theories and applications, networked control systems, CAN (controller area network) applications, and time-optimal control of BLDC motors.

  Roh, Yong-Han
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ University of Houston
/ Semiconductor and Nano Devices
(email) yhroh@skku.edu

His research areas include the fabrication and reliability of semiconductor and nano/molecular devices. Research is in progress on the growth and characterization of gate oxide including high-k insulator in MOS devices, reliability studies for FLASH-type memory, realization of nano/molecular electronic devices and 3-dimensional nano structures, and fabrication and characterization of nano/bio sensors.

  Shin, Ji-Tae
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Universiy of Southern California
/ Multimedia Communications
(email) jtshin@skku.edu

His research areas include optimal video transmission issues over wireless/wired and broadcasting/communication networks, such as WLAN/WPAN, CDMA, portable Internet (WiBro, WiMAX), digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB, mobile TV), 4G systems, wireless sensors and ad hoc networks. They also include3D video transmission, quality of service (QoS) network systems, and multimedia transmission over high-bandwidth networks.

  Shin, Myong-Chul
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Yonsei University
/ Power Systems and Compueter Applications
(email) mcshin@skku.edu

His research areas include the interconnection, protection and optimal operation issues between the power grid and grid-connected distributed generation systems, the analysis and reduction countermeasure of EMF, an ASIC design technique for digital protective relays, and the development of a multi-functional data communication module for an intelligent information management system in transportation applications.

  Song, Bong-Shik
Ph.D. in Electronic Science and Engineering
/ Kyoto University
/ Photonics
(email) songwiz@skku.edu

His research areas cover the fundamental problems of how to control photons in ultra-small volume, that is, nano space . in particular, controlling photons in nano space by utilizing attractive optical materials of photonic crystals and forming wave guides and nano cavities, and developing various scientific and engineering applications including ultra small optical filters, switches, delays, nano lasers, single photon sources, bio/chemical sensors, and displays.

  Song Jang-Kun
Ph D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ University of Dublin, Trinity College
/ Display Technology and Materials
(email) jk.song@skku.edu

His research areas cover both of the basic science area for liquid crystal materials having self-assembly characteristics, and the display applications and related technologies including image quality evaluations. The application areas include new LCD mode, the innovative technology for breaking though the limitations of current technologies, next generation display technologies, 3D-display technologies etc. The basic science area include the interlayer interaction energy between molecular layers in smectic liquid crystals, propagating solitary waves in liquid crystals, sub-micro clusters in various liquid crystal phases, and new phases and applications.

  Song, Joon-Tae
Ph D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ Yonsei University
/ Electronic Device Application
(email) jtsong@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include piezoelectric materials, ultrasonic device using piezoelectric phenomena and RF micro strip antenna and FBAR (Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator).

  Suk, Min-Soo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ University of California, Davis
/ Intelligent Information Processing
(email) msuk@skku.edu

His research areas include the development of intelligent systems, in particular, applications of pattern recognition and artificial intelligent techniques to processing digital signals including speech and images.

  Won, Chung-Yuen
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Power Electronics
(email) won@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include electrical machine drives and control; hybrid / electrical vehicles; power sources based on power electronics and renewable energy sources such as solar cells, fuel cells, wind power and micro turbines. Applications of research include distributed generation systems for energy savings; stable power sources; low cost and high performance home appliance products, such as washing machines, air conditioners and vacuum cleaners and rolling stock power sources.

  Yang, Youn-Goo
Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ Pohang University of Science and Technology
/ Microwave Engineering
(email) yang09@skku.edu

His research areas include various RF integrated circuits and sub-systems, including Linear power amplifier design highly efficient RF transmitter technologies, integrated sub-systems design, and analysis or modeling of nonlinear RF circuits for next-generation wireless communication systems.

  Yi, Jun-Sin
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ New York State University at Buffalo
/ Semiconductor Devices
(email) yi@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include thin-film silicon-based devices. Applications of research include thin film transistors (TFTs) for displays, organic light emitting diodes, non-volatile memory, nano floating gate memory devices, and crystalline silicon solar cells

  Yoo, Jae-Chern
Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering
/ POSTECH
/ Bioelectronics
(email) yoojc@skku.edu

His research areas include the design of Lab On a Chip, DNA Chip, Protein Chip and Bio Sensor. Along with this, research related to bio signal processing using medical diagnostic tools such as stethoscope, optical image sensor and sphygmomanometer is in progress.

  Lee, Myung-Hyun
D. Phil. in Materials and Engineering Science
/ Oxford University
/ Organic Photonic Devices

(email) mhlee@skku.edu

His research areas include organic photonic devices, nano plasmonic devices and their integration. Applications of the research are mainly for flexible and portable component modules. His research covers all aspects from materials to packaging in photonic devices for communications, interconnects and sensors, etc.

  Yoon, Seok-Ho
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
/ Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
/ Digital Communications
(email) syoon@skku.edu

His research areas include digital transmission scheme designs based on statistical approaches, and the development of new signal processing algorithms for synchronization and detection/estimation of digital signals. Applications of research include wireless communications, mobile networks, and optical communications.

  You, Kwan-Ho
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Eng.ineering
/ Universiy of Minnesota
/ Control System
(email) khyou@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include nano ultra-precision position measurements and control, improvements in laser interferometer measurements, actuators for ultrasonic motors, HDD R/W head controller designs, optimal control/optimization methods for nonlinear systems, disturbance design for system stability testing, and topics related to optimal power control and channel estimation algorithms for wireless communication systems. .

  Chio, Byung-Duck
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciecce
/ Arizona State University
/ Semiconductors/Displays
(email) bdchoi@skku.edu

His current interests are semiconductor devices and circuits in semiconductors/displays. He performs device fabrication, characterization and reliability analysis on semiconductor devices, such as memory/low power devices, sensors, OLEDs, and TFTs. And his focus is on circuit design for those device applications. The principal goal of the lab is to research high performance, low power and commercially-viable devices in semiconductors/displays.

  Kim, Sang-Hyo
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Coding and Communication Theory
(email) iamshkim@skku.edu

His research interests are focused on coding and communication theory and its applications, specifically on LDPC codes and graphical model, cooperative communications, PN sequences with good correlation, codes on BEC channel, multiple antenna systems, cognitive radio, etc. He is interested in practical realization of those technologies for up-coming communication systems such as 3GPP-LTE, IEEE 802. 16m.

  Kalarikad Jonah Thomas
Ph.D. in physics
/ Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
/ Semiconductor and Nano Devices
(email) kalarikad@skku.edu

His curent research interests include exploring possible effects of electron-electron interactions in low-dimensional systems, in particular one-dimensional quantum wires fabricated from semiconductor heterostructures. At low electron densities, where interactions between electrons are significant, it is predicted that electrons arrange themselves in a linear array, similar to a lattice, such a state is called a Wigner crystal, One of his recent work showed signatures of such a state in the form of spin-incoherent Luttinger liquid behaviour as well as formation of two parallel rows in a single quantum wire device.

  Zoran M. Radojević
Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
/ University of Belgrade
/ Power System Innovation Laboratory
(email) radojevic@ieee.org

His research areas include electrical power system analysis and design; power system relaying; high voltage engineering; power cables; power system stability analysis; wide area monitoring, protection and control; digital signal processing applications in power systems; fault location and arcing faults detection on high voltage transmission lines; digital algorithm for adaptive reclosure of transmission lines; application of intelligent methods to power system monitoring, control, and protection; implementation of the synchronized measurement technologies; phasor measurement units; electrical arcing phenomena modeling; circuit breaker, cable, overhead line and transformer modeling; integration of models in ATP-EMTP software package; monitoring and diagnostic of circuit breakers, cables and transformers; smart grid.

Computer Engineering
  Ahn, Sung-Joon
Dr.-Ing.
/ University Stuttgart
/ 3-D Information Processing
(email) finger@skku.edu

His research areas include the development and implementation of algorithms for geometric information processing, for example, algorithms for camera calibration, 3-D measurements, 3-D visualization, and object reconstruction. Applications of research include many industrial areas in the near future, such as 3-D television and intelligent robots.

  Cho, Tae-Ho
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
/ University of Arizona at Tucson
/ Modeling and Simulation
(email) taecho@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include interdisciplinary aspects of artificial intelligence and computer simulation for implementing intelligent systems as well as the modeling methodology for valid model construction. Applications of research include ubiquitous computing systems, wireless sensor network routing and security, network security, ERP, etc.

  Choo, Hyun-Seung
Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering
/ University of Texas at Arlington
/ Networking
(email) choo@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include wired/wireless/optical networking, mobile computing, embedded systems and grid computing based on computer networking, operating systems, and algorithms. Research is in progress on mobile IPv6, network mobility, ad-hoc and sensor networks, network security, high speed transmission in wired/wireless networks, real-time data access based on data grid, EPON and resource management in Lambda networks, and the development of ubiquitous applications of telematics and home networks by integrating HCI and network techniques to provide intelligent services.

  Choi, Hyoung-Kee
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Geogia Institute of Technology
/ H.I.T (Hacker in inTrusion)
(email) hkchoi@hit.skku.edu

His research areas include the accurate monitoring and detection of network threats to isolate such activities in advance. And authentication and privacy protection in communication networks. The communication networks can be an access network like 802.11 (Wi-Fi) and 802.16 (Wimax and Wibro), a wide area network for VoIP, a mobile ad hoc network, or a fourth-generation network.

  Chung, Jin-Wook
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Seoul National University
/ Information and Communication
(email) jwchung@songgang.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the management of the Internet and super high-speed-network, network security, grid network, VoIP protocol, fault detection systems based on agents and rule-based reasoning, network performance measurements, etc.

  Chung, Tai-Myoung
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ Purdue University
/ Internet Management Technology
(email) tmchung@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include automatic performance slow down, quality and configuration management through the management of computer networks and applicable services, protocols and architectures related to information security, and security management systems.

  Eom, Young-Ik
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Seoul National University
/ Distributed Computing
(email) yieom@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the operating system and distributed computing technologies, in particular, technologies for the next-generation distributed computing paradigm such as mobile agents and ubiquitous middleware, Linux-based embedded software, system security, and operating system and embedded middleware for mobile devices.

  Hwang, Dae-Joon
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Seoul National University
/ Multimedia Engineering
(email) djhwang@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include digital rights management (DRM) for protecting and tracing intellectual property rights, and developing and commercializing techniques for integrating the DRM technologies and computer forensics for preventing high-tech crimes.

  Kim, Moon-Hyun
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
/ University of Southern California
/ Artificial Intelligence
(email) mhkim@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include methodologies such as fuzzy theory, neural networks, decision trees, artificial intelligence and neural network algorithms for multimedia information processing, etc. with the goal of making systems intelligent enough to understand and interact with their environment and the users.

  Kim, Seung-Joo
Ph.D. in Information Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Information Security
(email) skim@security.re.kr

His research areas include analysis of attacks on cryptosystems, such as smart cards, and IT products security evaluation against CC (Common Criteria), PET (privacy enhancing technology), DRM (digital rights management), RFID, and sensor network security, etc. with the objective of solving problems such as hacking, phishing, worms, viruses, etc.

  Kim, Ung-Mo
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
/ Northwestern University
/ Database
(email) umkim@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include data warehousing, XML databases, semi-structured databases, spatial databases, data mining for decision support systems, role-based access control, context aware access control, and multi-level security in a ubiquitous environment.

  Lee, Eun-Seok
Ph.D in Information Engineering
/ Tohoku University
/ Software Engineering
(email) eslee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include software engineering, agent-based intelligent systems and autonomic computing, in particular, evaluation and improvement of S/W development process and the performance of S/W, component-based context-aware intelligent S/W, agent-based intelligent ubiquitous commerce systems, and self-management systems including self-healing and self-configuration.

  Lee, Jee-Hyong
Ph.D.
/ Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
/ Intelligent Systems
(email) jhlee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include extending AI and machine learning methodologies such as fuzzy theory, neural networks, decision trees, etc. with the goal of making systems intelligent to understand and interact with their environments and the users. Research results are expected to be applied to Web Intelligence, Mobile Intelligence, Personalization, Recommendation system, Game AI, etc.

  Lee, Sang-Won
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Seoul National University
/ Database
(email) wonlee@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include basic storage management techniques for flash memory databases. Flash memory is being rapidly deployed as storage for mobile devices. Considering that its capacity doubles every year and the emerging applications require ever larger data volume, it is urgently required to provide database functionality to flash memory. Since flash memory is quite different from hard disk as storage, new techniques are needed for flash memory database systems..

 

Shin, Dong-Ryeol
Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
/ Georgia Institute of Technology
/ Mobile Networks
(email) drshin@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include distributed systems, middleware, mobile computing, wireless networks and 4G systems, with emphasis on discovery protocols and interoperability in pervasive environments. Research is in progress on developing a new paradigm for adapting service discovery modules to environmental changes, developing scheduling algorithms, and protocol analysis and performance evaluation from the wireless network viewpoint.

  Won, Dong-Ho
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
/ Sungkyunkwan University
/ Information Security
(email) dhwon@security.re.kr

His research areas include theory and implementation of public key cryptography algorithms, digital signature, etc., to solve many kinds of problems related to information security in computer networks.

  Youn, Hee-Yong
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
/ University of Messachusetts at Amherst
/ Mobile Computing
(email) youn@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include the development of intelligent computing platforms and related applications with which human, objects, devices, etc. can interact to provide the best real-time service using the RFID chips, sensors, and computers embedded in the environment.

  Ahn, Chang-Wook
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)
/ Evolutionary Algorithms
(email) cwan@skku.edu

His main research areas are evolutionary algorithms (EAs) which include genetic algorithms (GAs), genetic programming (GP), and evolutionary strategies (ESs). In particular, he has been working on estimation of distribution algorithms (EDAs) that are intense research topics in the field of evolutionary computation. Also, their applications to real-world problems are of is interest. Recently, he focus on developing competent multi-objective evolutionary algorithms (MOEAs).

  Shin, Dong-Kun
Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Embedded Software
(email) dongkun@skku.edu

His research interests include software techniques and architecture techniques for embedded systems such as NAND flash file systems, flash translation layer, non-volatile cache architecture, low-power systems, computer architecture, HW/SW co-design and real-time systems.

  Kim, Jin-Soo
Ph.D. in Computer Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ Computer Systems
(email) jinsookim@skku.edu

His research areas are centered around the computer systems architecture and systems software, which is, in nature, an evolving multi-disciplinary research area encompassing computer architecture, operating system, computer network, etc. The main research goal is to bridge the gap between applications and hardware effectively by improving the design and implementation of computer systems in terms of performance, cost, reliability, and energy consumption. Currently, he is working on embedded Linux systems, flash memory-based embedded storage systems, and large-scale distributed file systems.

  Han, Hwan-Soo
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ University of Maryland
/ Compiler & System Software
(email) hhan@skku.edu

His research interest is developing system software and micro-architectural features for next generation computing environment. His current research includes parallel programming models of multimedia/graphics applications for advanced manycore architectures, effective memory hierarchy management for scratchpad memory in embedded systems, and synergistic computing in resource abundant mobile computing environment.

  Yeom, Ik-Jun
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Texas A&M University
/ Computer networks
(email) ikjun@skku.edu

His research interest is computer networks. Recent topics include congestion control, active queue management, delay/disruptive tolerant network, cognitive radio network, and mobile ad hoc network.

 

Lee, Joon-Won
Ph.D. in Computer Science
/ Geogia Institute of Technology
/ Operation & Embedded System
(email) joonwon@skku.edu

His research interests includes many areas in computer systems comprising operating system, virtualization, and low power computing.

Semiconductor System Engineering
  Jeon, Jae-Wook
Ph.D. in Elecrical Engineering
/ Purdue University
/ Automation, Robot and Embedded Systems
(email) jwjeon@yurim.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include robotics, embedded systems, and factory automation. Currently, research is in progress on FPGA-based vision/speech systems and intelligent robot controllers in robotics, ARM-based mobile terminals and automotive ECUs (electronic control units) in embedded systems, and motion controllers and automation controllers in factory automation.

  Kim, Byung-Sung
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering
/ Seoul National University
/ RF Microelectronic Design
(email) bskim@ece.skku.ac.kr

His research areas include RF integrated circuits; in particular, silicon device modeling and CMOS RF front end design. Device modeling includes developing accurate models for passive and active silicon devices and building a design library for CAD. Design techniques are focused on RF receiver with low noise and high linearity.

  Kong, Bai-Sun
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
/ Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
/ Integrated Systems Design
(email) bskong@skku.edu

His research areas include digital, analog and mixed-mode circuit and system design for high-performance computing and communication systems. Research is in progress on digital/analog IC design for ultra low-power and low-voltage operations, wide band serial link transceiver subsystem design, low-power/high-density embedded memory architecture and circuit design, and ultra-low-power System-on-Chip (SoC) architecture and circuit design.

  Liang, Mong-Song
Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering & Computer Science
/ UC Berkerey
/ Information Processing Software
(email) msliang@skku.edu

His research areas cover advanced CMOS logic technology developments from front-end-of-line, middle-end-of-line, to back-end-of-line. Particularly he is interested in gate-stack module, strain engineering, silicide/contact modules, and Cu/ELK interconnects technologies. His current focuses are at sub-20nm planer transistor, 3D transistor designs, and strain related pattern density effects modeling. He is an IEEE-fellow in logic manufacturing area.

  Lee, Chil-Gee
Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
/ University of Arizona
/ Simulation
(email) cslee@skku.ac.kr

His research areas include simulation of the process, scheduling, and management of software development in semiconductor industry; software development for semiconductor equipment; standardization of the semiconductor process; and automatic system development. Research is in progress on semiconductor simulation and software development management.

  Kwon, Kee-Won
Ph.D. in Materials Science and M.S. in Electrical Engineering
/ Stanford University
/ Integrated Circuit Design
(email) keewkwon@skku.edu

His research group mainly focuses on full-custom integrated circuit design for enhanced performance and reduced power consumption. Transistor-based circuit design methodology is extensively exercised in the development of embedded memory IP’s, emerging new memory architectures, mixed-signal/analog blocks in display devices, and other key blocks in related systems.

  Han, Tae-Hee
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and M.S. in Electrical Engineering
/ KAIST
/ Mobile Electronics
(email) than@skku.edu

Our research focus on micro-integrated-system design and core design technologies from system to device level for portable mobile applications. System-level design based on quantitative as well as qualitative analysis of complex communication and multimedia algorithms, ultra low energy/power design methodologies, SoC design technology for nano devices, and efficient system integration/interface for Radio-on-a-Chip are current research topics.

  Chun, Jung-Hoon
Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
/ Stanford University
/ Integrated Circuits
(email) jhchun@skku.edu

His research interests are in the area of integrated circuits and systems design, with special emphasis on high-speed serial link and signal integrity. His current research areas also include advanced on-chip Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protection and I/O design, development of ESD test equipments, electrothermal modeling of deep-submicron CMOS, and high-power switching devices, TCAD development etc.

  Suh, Kang-Deog
Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
/ KAIST
/ CMOS device & design
(email) kdsuh@skku.edu

His research areas are flash memory cell architectures and operations down to nano scale period. He is interested in SPICE model extraction through 3-D device simulation and top-down design methodology, to realize a fast and robust product design. Various CMOS analog circuits including high voltage circuitry in VLSI are also main topics in his research area.

  Kim, So-Young
Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
/ Stanford University
/ IC Design & Simulation
(email) ksyoung@skku.edu

Her research interests include interconnect design and analysis, signal integrity and timing analysis, fast circuit simulations, low power technologies in integrated circuits and systems.