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 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 1 opening starting from 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.
[2018/09] Our VLSI design entitled "Energy-optimized symmetric BC-BCH decoder for mobile NAND flash systems" has been awarded the SK Hynix Special Award in the 19th Korea Semiconductor Design Contest.
[2018/09] Our 2 papers have been accepted for presentation at the 15th International SoC Design Conference (ISOCC 2018).
[2018/07] Our paper entitled "Area-optimized syndrome calculation for Reed-Solomon Decoder" has been accepted for publication in IEIE Journal of Semiconductor Technology and Science.
[2018/07] Our proposal "Physical layer security for low-power and low-latency massive IoT networks" has been approved by IITP Korea (정보통신기술진흥센터 혁신도약형R&D과제).
[2018/06] Our VLSI design entitled "Energy efficient symmetric block-wise concatenated BCH decoder for healthy mobile systems" has been awarded the 2018 IDEC Congress CDC Best Design Award.
[2018/06] Our proposal "Fundamental research laboratory of ultra-high speed data transmission for real-time high-resolution in-vivo imaging" has been approved by NRF Korea. (한국연구재단 기초연구실)