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. 2020 or Mar. 2021. 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 3 openings starting from Sep. 2020 or Mar. 2021. 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.
[2019/11] Our paper entitled "FPGA-based sparsity-aware CNN accelerator for noise-resilient edge-level image recognition," has received the Distinguished Design Award at the 2019 IEEE Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference (A-SSCC 2019).
[2019/11] Our paper entitled "Memory-reduced network stacking for edge-level CNN architecture with structured weight pruning," has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (JETCAS 2019/Q4).
[2019/10] Our research on the energy-efficient BLE5-based wearable device for tracking football players has received the Best Paper Award (Synopsys Award) at 2019 IEEE International SoC Design Conference (ISOCC 2019).
[2019/09] Our paper entitled "Selective deep convolutional neural network for low cost distorted image classification," has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Access.
[2019/09] Our research on the real-time wearable device for football players has received the Bronze Medal at the 20th Korean Semiconductor Design Contest.