at School of Electrical Engineering,
We are devoted to advanced research on novel wireless communication systems including massive MIMO, millimeter-wave communications, vehicular-to-everything (V2X) systems, and distributed communications (or device-to-device communications for Internet-of-Things), which will be core technologies for the 5G cellular system and beyond. Our research methodologies exploit many novel analytical tools in signal processing, probability theory, optimization, random matrix theory, compressive sensing, and machine learning.
Miyeon participated in the 2022 Qualcomm IT Tour visiting HQ in San Diego in Aug. 2022.
Junil has started serving IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications as an Associate Editor from Aug. 2022.
Junil has started serving IEEE Transactions on Communications as an Associate Editor from Aug. 2022.
In-soo and Hwanjin successfully finished their Ph.D defenses in Jun. 2022.
Hwanjin received the 2022 KAIST Global Leadership Award (Creativity).
Hwanjin received the Silver Prize at the IEEE Seoul Section Student Paper Contest 2021.
In-soo and Minje received the IITP Presidential Award at the ICT Colloquium 2021 Creative Capstone Project.
Sucheol, Hyeongtaek and Jihoon received the best paper award at the KICS Fall Conference 2021.
Junil promoted to an Ewon Associate Professor (endowed outstanding young faculty) from Sep. 2021.
In-soo and Hwanjin received NRF Research Subsidies for Ph.D. Candidates.
Hwanjin received the 2020 KAIST EE Best Research Achievement Award (Kim Choong-Ki Award).
Minje received KEPCO Electrical Engineering Scholarship.
Junil has been appointed as an Ewon Assistant Professor (endowed outstanding young faculty) from Mar. 2021.
Hyesang received the best paper award at the KICS Summer Conference 2020.
Junil joined KAIST as an assisstant professor in Aug. 2019.