Embedded System Architecture Laboratory (ESAL) is a research group in the Department of Electrical Engineering at POSTECH, Pohang, Korea. Targeting the future intelligent computing systems, our research interests include computer architectures, advanced memory systems, signal processing algorithms of VLSI, and embedded system-on-chip designs.
We are actively seeking self-motivated, resourceful, and dedicated students who are interested in the general areas of computer systems. Currently, we have 1~2 openings for graduate courses starting from Sep. 2018 or Mar. 2019. Interested candidates may contact Prof. Sunggu Lee via slee[at]postech.ac.kr.
We are looking for B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. students in the general areas of digital integrated circuits and systems. For graduated courses, we have 4~5 openings starting from Sep. 2018 or Mar. 2019. If you are interested in joining our intelligent mobile SoC team, please contact Prof. Youngjoo Lee via youngjoo.lee[at]postech.ac.kr.
We are also looking for postdoctoral researchers and research professors. Please contact Prof. Youngjoo Lee if you are interested in these positions.
[2018/03] Our paper entitled "Area-optimized fully-flexible BCH decoder for multiple GF dimensions," has been accepted for publication in IEEE Access.
[2017/12] Our 2 papers have been accepted for presentation at the 25th Korean Conference on Semiconductors (KCS 2018).
[2017/12] Our paper entitled "Sharpness-aware real-time haze removal algorithm for advanced driver assistance systems," has been accepted for publication in IEIE Journal of Semiconductor Technology and Science.
[2017/09] Our paper entitled "A 2.4pJ/bit, 6.37Gb/s SPC-enhanced BC-BCH decoder in 65nm CMOS for NAND flash storage systems," has been accepted for presentation at the 23rd IEEE Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC 2018).
[2017/09] Our paper entitled "High-performance two-step Lagrange interpolation technique for 4K UHD applications," has been accepted for presentation at the 14th IEEE International SoC Design Conference (ISOCC 2017).