Computer Science/Engineering Fundamentals Groups
Computer Science/Engineering Fundamentals consist of four groups that study in-depth theories and technologies that form the basis of computer science and engineering, also providing a foundation for undergraduate education.
Theory & Software
The Theory & Software group aims to develop programming languages and software that provide theoretical backgrounds and facilitate communication between the computer and human beings, which are indispensable to computing theory, logic, language theory, geometry, methodology, etc. within the computing environment.
Data Science is a research group that studies how to recognize, search, analyze, process, and represent data and deliver them effectively to users. Data science has critical importance in today’s IT world where a massive amount of data is generated from a wide variety of sources in many different ways. The data science group includes Machine learning, Data analytics, Human language understanding and synthesis, Computer vision, Computer graphics, Haptics, and Virtual reality fields.
|Daijin Kim||Intelligent Media (IM) Lab||B2 206||+82-54-279-2917|
|Hwanjo Yu||Data Intelligence Lab||PIRL 321||+82-54-279-2941|
|Gary Geunbae Lee||Intelligent Software (IS) Lab||B2 202||+82-54-279-5567|
|Seungyong Lee||Computer Graphics (CG) Lab||PIRL 233||+82-54-279-5652|
|Jong-Hyeok Lee||Knowledge & Language Engineering (KLE) Lab||PIRL 323||+82-54-279-5656|
|Seungmoon Choi||Haptics and Virtual Reality (HVR) Lab||B4 115||+82-54-279-5661|
|Computer Vision (CV) Lab||PIRL 341||+82-54-279-2931|
System Science is a field that develops and operates various optimal computer systems with consideration of performance, cost, and reliability, from the device level to a large scale computing environment. It is a fundamental field that props up the computer-based IT industry. At the core of its importance lies in-depth knowledge in theory and practice of hardware and software in a large scope. At present, our System Science Group covers computer architecture, system operation, and cloud and big data computing.
||High Performance Computing (HPC) Lab||PIRL 441||+82-54-279-2915|
|Gwangsun Kim||Computer Architecture Lab||PIRL 433||+82-54-279-2260|
|Chanik Park||System Software (SS) Lab||PIRL 423||+82-54-279-5668|
|Wook-Shin Han||Database Lab||C5 2nd floor||+82-54-279-8871|
Network Science is an essential field in the modern computer industry in which information is disseminated by many connected computers. Not only that, its increasing role as an infrastructure that supports various fields including BT and NT is ever more important.
|Young-Joo Suh||Mobile Networking (MoNet) Lab||PIRL 316||+82-54-279-5671|
|Hwangjun Song||Media Computing & Networking (MCN) Lab||B4 106||+82-54-279-5684|
|James Won-Ki Hong||Distributed Processing & Network Management (DPNM) Lab||PIRL 422||+82-54-279-5641|
Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Applications Groups
Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Applications comprises three research groups that pursue collaborative and interdisciplinary research, even with other IT-related departments at POSTECH.
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Institute
HCI studies everything related to two-way communication between users and computers, based on the fact that it is the human beings who use the computers. It is one of the most exemplary interdisciplinary fields combining computer engineering-based technology with humanitarian studies, which has its basis in psychology, sociology, etc.
|System and Interface Architecture||Graphics||Seungyong Lee|
|Computer Vision||Daijin Kim|
|Natural Language||Gary Geunbae Lee,
|Touch UI / Virtual Reality||Seungmoon Choi|
|Enabling Technology||Embedded System||Jong Kim|
Big Data/Cloud Computing (BD&C) Institute
Big Data/Cloud Computing pertains to saving and processing a huge amount of data and is becoming increasingly important, revolutionizing the IT environment for today and tomorrow. In this context, securing core technologies in BD&C will serve as the most critical tool in building and leading the future IT environment.
|System Infrastructure||Architecture/Performance||Jong Kim|
|System Software||Chanik Park|
|Database System||Wook-Shin Han(JA)|
|Datacenter Network||James Won-Ki Hong,
|Mobile Network||Young-Joo Suh|
|Application Technology||Data Analytics||Hwanjo Yu|
|Intelligence||Gary Geunbae Lee,
Hyper Connected Things (HCT) Institute
Hyper Connected Things (HCT) is the term that we coined to show the future of Internet of Things. Along with Human Computer Interaction and Big Data/Cloud Computing, HCT will be the core collaborative and interdisciplinary group that will lead the future IT industry.
|System, Network, Device, Infrastructure||System||Chanik Park|
|Body-Area, Sensor, Wireless, Network||Young-Joo Suh,
James Won-Ki Hong
|Service, Intelligence, Security||Data Analytics||Hwanjo Yu|
|Machine Intelligence||Gary Geunbae Lee,
|Service Development||Hwanjo Yu|
|Advanced HCI (vision, speech, haptic)||Daijin Kim,
Gary Geunbae Lee,