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On November 11-14, 2023, Professor Sung-roh Yoon and his research team were awarded the Best Paper Award at the 15th Asian Conference on Machine Learning (ACML 2023), an international academic conference in the field of artificial intelligence.
Researcher Ui-chan Park under the guidance of advisor Professor Jung-seuk Oh, won the Student Best Paper Award (1st Place) at the IEEE ISAP(International Syomposium on Antenna and Propagation) held in November 2023, presenting his findings in the Student Award Sessions.
Researcher Jang Won-seok, under the guidance of advisor Professor Han Seung-yong, received the Student Best Paper Award at MT (Magnet Technology)-28 held in September 2023, presenting his findings in the Student Special Sessions.
The teams of researchers “Yoo-hwan Shin, Yong-wu Jo, Jun-seok Lee, Jong-hwa Kim” and “Yun-seo Cho, Se-heon Jang, Seo-hi Jeong” of the Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab(ICSL) led by professor Jae-hyouk Choi were each awarded the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Minister’s Award from this year’s 24th Korean Semiconductor Design Contest. The following list shows the awarded designs.
Development of Convertible TFT Types and QLED Component Structures for Stable Display Operation and Proposal of an Efficient Approach to AM-QLED Integration
The 2023 Jeongong-Hana(전공하나: The abbreviation for “picnic where ECE comes together”) event was held for two days at Yongin Yangji Pine resort from September 22nd (Fri) to September 23rd (Sat), year 2023.
The research team of professor Kyomin Jung (SNU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering & Interdisciplinary Program in Artificial Intelligence) gets to present 6 papers (Main: 4, Findings: 2) in EMNLP 2023, one of the most acknowledged natural language processing (NLP) conferences.
The following article reported by a joint research team of Seoul National University (SNU) professor Jung-Ik Ha(corresponding author, Electric Power Research Institute), Myongji University professor Euihoon Chung(first author, submitted the article as a Ph.D. candidate in SNU), and MIT professor David Perreault, was chosen as the best paper in 2023 for the IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Industrial Electronics, a leading journal on industrial electronics.
Hyuk-Jae Lee, professor at the SNU Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering Value of semiconductor rapidly increasing with microfabrication Another chance for development has arrived with the advent of AI When PIMs are commercialized, it is expected that Korea will lead the market
Merck Korea nominated Jae-Kyung Jung, professor at Hanyang University, and Jeong-Hun Kwak, professor at SNU for the Merck Award and the Young Scientist Award.
Researcher Park Jong-ho (Supervisor: Hong Yong-taek) delivered a presentation at IMID 2023 on the topic of electrode printing processes utilizing nano-particle-based physical structures. He was selected as a presenter in the Young Leaders Conference session 2 (YLC2), and among the five participants, he was awarded the first place, receiving the Gold Best Paper Award Certificate.
Seoul National University's Superconductivity Applied Research Lab (Supervisor: Professor Seung-Yong Hahn) created and released a video on YouTube addressing the ongoing controversy surrounding LK-99. Released on August 3rd, the video systematically compares and analyzes the characteristics of the verified superconductor across three categories, based on the results presented in two LK 99 arXiv papers.
The research team led by Professor Kyo-Min Jung from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Seoul National University (Ph.D. candidate Ju Sung-ho*, Ph.D. candidate Lee Kang-il*, master’s Candidate Min Kyung-min*, *: equal contributions) has been awarded the Best Paper Award in the Task-oriented Conversational Modeling with Subjective Knowledge track of the 11th Dialogue System Technology Challenge (DSTC11).
On the 16th, Seoul National University College of Engineering (Dean Yu-seok Hong) announced that a collaborative research team consisting of Prof. Sung-Jae Kim from the Dept. of ECE and Prof. Ho-Yeong Kim from the Dept. of ME has developed a new nanoelectrohydraulic method that concentrates low-concentration substances into high concentrations using fluid penetration due to hierarchical capillary phenomenon in multilayered paper channels.