ECE graduate students, Deukyeon Hwang and Wook-Hee Kim’s paper titled “Endurable Transient Inconsistency in Byte-Addressable Persistent B+-Tree” is accepted for publication at USENIX FAST’18.
A research paper entitled “Quantifying the Performance and Energy-Efficiency Impact of Hardware Transactional Memory on Scientific Applications on Large-Scale NUMA Systems” has been accepted for publication at IPDPS’18.
The official signboard-hanging ceremony of the Explanable Artificial Intelligence Center at UNIST on September 25, 2017.
Professor Jaesik Choi leads the National Artificial Intelligence R&D strategic project.
The team has secured KRW 1.5 billion for the next 5 years, along with KRW 400 million from the city of Ulsan.
UNIST CSE Wooseung Nam, Professor Kyunghan Lee, and OSU ECE Joohyun Lee’s paper was accepted for presentation at IEEE ICNP 2017.
UNIST CSE Seongmin Ham, Jihyung Lee, and Professor Kyunghan Lee’s paper was accepted for publication at ACM IMWUT and for presentation at ACM UbiComp 2017 in Maui, Hawaii in coming September.
ECE graduate student Wonbae Kim was awarded the Best Student Paper Award in IEEE Cloud 2017 conference.
A paper jointly written by Prof. Fang Song (Portland State University) and Prof. Aaram Yun (UNIST) is accepted at CRYPTO 2017.
UNIST CSE CISSR team, NECSST lab PhD student Byungseok Kim, Postdoc Jaeho Kim and Professor Sam H. Noh’s paper “Managing Array of SSDs When the Storage Device is No Longer the Performance Bottleneck” was accepted for publication at USENIX HotStorage 2017.
CASL’s paper has been accepted for publication at ICS’17. The paper is co-authored by graduate students (Seongdae Yu and Seongbeom Park) and the professor (Dr. Woongki Baek).
ICSL’s paper (authors: Taeho Seong, Yongsun Lee, Seyeon Yoo, and Prof. Jaehyouk Choi) has been accepted for presentation at the forthcoming Symposium on VLSI Circuits 2017 which will be held in Tokyo.
UNIST CSE Hyunsub Song, Young Je Moon, Se Kwon Lee and Professor Sam H. Noh’s paper “PMAL: Enabling Lightweight Adaptation of Legacy File Systems on Persistent Memory Systems” was accepted for publication at IEEE ISPASS 2017.
UNIST CSE Se Kwon Lee, Hongik Univ. K. Hyun Lim, UNIST CSE Hyunsub Song, and Professor Beomseok Nam, Sam H. Noh’s paper “WORT: Write Optimal Radix Tree for Persistent Memory Storage Systems” was accepted for publication at FAST 2017.
UNIST students, Jihye Seo and Wook-Hee Kim, professor Woongki Baek, Beomseok Nam (corresponding author) and Sam H Noh’s paper titled “Failure-Atomic Slotted Paging for Persistent Memory” is accepted at ASPLOS 2017.
This is the 2nd ASPLOS paper of UNIST students, and the 5th ASPLOS paper from Korean universities in history!
Prof. Sam H. Noh of Computer Science and Engineering, appointed by the world’s largest computing society as the next Editor-in-Chief of the ACM ToS journal beginning 1st of August, 2016.
현대자동차에서 ‘세상을 연결하라(Connect The Unconnected)’를 주제로 해커톤 대회를 개최합니다. 커넥티드 카(Connected Car) 등 미래 이동수단에 대한 창의적인 아이디어를 발굴하게 될 이번 행사에 많은 참여 바랍니다. 행사 안내 – 일시: 2016년 8월 22일(월) ~ 23일(화) (총 30시간) – 장소: JBK 컨벤션홀(서울특별시 강남구 삼성동 소재) 참가 신청 – 신청 기간: 2016년 7월 27일(수) …
Tran Minh Quan (5th year UNIST CSE PhD student) and Professor Won-Ki Jeong’s paper entitled with “Compressed Sensing Dynamic MRI Reconstruction using GPU-accelerated 3D Convolutional Sparse Coding” was accepted for publication at MICCAI 2016.
Tran Minh Quan (5th year UNIST CSE PhD student) and Professor Won-Ki Jeong’s paper entitled with “A fast discrete wavelet transform using hybrid parallelism on GPUs” was accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems.
A research paper entitled “Quantifying the Performance Impact of Large Pages on In-Memory Big-Data Workloads” has been accepted for publication at IISWC’16. The paper is co-authored by a UNIST CSE graduate student (Jinsu Park), a UNIST CSE undergraduate student (Myeonggyun Han), and a UNIST CSE professor (Dr. Woongki Baek).
The paper presented by Gyuhyun Lee (3rd year UNIST CSE PhD student) and co-authored by Tran Minh Quan (5th year UNIST CSE PhD student) and Prof. Won-Ki Jeong is selected as the best paper at Korea Computer Graphics Society (KCGS) Conference 2016.