Research Areas

Research Areas

CSE Research Areas

Research Group

CS / Computing Systems

Computing Systems aims to develop and operate 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.

Computing Systems
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Gwangsun Kim
Hyojin Sung
Eunhyeok Park
Computing Systems (Sys) Lab R4 4304 +82-54-279-2912
Jong Kim
High Performance Computing (HPC) Lab PIAI 441 +82-54-279-2915
Chanik Park System Software (SS) Lab PIAI 423 +82-54-279-5668

 

NS / Network Systems

Network Systems 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.

Network Systems
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
James Won-Ki Hong Distributed Processing & Network Management (DPNM) Lab PIAI 422 +82-54-279-5641
Hwangjun Song Media Computing & Networking (MCN) Lab B4 106 +82-54-279-5684
Young-Joo Suh Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) Lab PIAI 321 +82-54-279-5671
Inseok Hwang Human-centered Intelligent Systems Lab B4 125 +82-54-279-2946

 

SC / Computer Security

Computing Security aims to develop techniques for protecting computer systems and networks from the theft or damage to the software and hardware. Its importance is rapidly growing as reliance on computer systems is increasing. The department at POSTECH covers systems security, software security, mobile security, and IoT security.

Computer Security
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Jong Kim
High Performance Computing (HPC) Lab PIAI 441 +82-54-279-2915
Chanik Park System Software (SS) Lab PIAI 423 +82-54-279-5668

 

HCI·NLP / Human-Computer Interaction · Natural Language Processing

HCI studies everything related to two-way communication between users and computers, based on the fact that it is human beings who use 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.

Human-Computer Interaction
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Seungmoon Choi Interaction (PoInt) Lab B4 115 +82-54-279-5661
Gary Geunbae Lee Intelligent Software (iSoft) Lab PIAI 322 +82-54-279-5581
Jong-Hyeok Lee
Yunsu Kim
Knowledge & Language Engineering (KLE) Lab PIAI 323 +82-54-279-5656
Inseok Hwang Human-centered Intelligent Systems Lab B4 125 +82-54-279-2946

 

SP / Software Engineering & Programming Languages

Software Engineering & Programming Languages 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 within the computing environment.

Software Engineering & Programming Languages
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Sungwoo Park Programming Languages (PL) Lab PIAI 353 +82-54-279-5878
Kyungmin Bae Software Verification (SV) Lab B2 204 +82-54-279-2916

 

VC / Visual Computing

Visual Computing aims to recognize, search, analyze, process, and represent images and videos. It covers a wide variety of subfields including Computer Graphics and Computer Vision. Computer Graphics aims to develop algorithms and techniques that can help create images and videos, and Computer Vision aims to develop algorithms for analyzing images and videos.

Visual Computing
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Seungyong Lee
Sunghyun Cho
Seung-Hwan Baek
Computer Graphics (CG) Lab PIAI 341 +82-54-279-5652
Minsu Cho
Suha Kwak
Jaesik Park
Computer Vision (CV) Lab B2 302 +82-54-279-2931
Daijin Kim Intelligent Media (IM) Lab B2 206 +82-54-279-2917
Won Hwa Kim Medical Imaging and Vision (MIV) Lab R4 4303 +82-54-279-2252

 

DS / Data Science

Data Science aims 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.

Data Science
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Hwanjo Yu Data Intelligence (DI) Lab R4 4307 +82-54-279-2941
Wook-Shin Han Data Systems Lab B2 202 +82-54-279-5582
Gary Geunbae Lee Intelligent Software (iSoft) Lab PIAI 354 +82-54-279-5581

 

ML / Machine Learning

Machine Learning aims to develop algorithms that improve automatically through experience. It is a rapidly growing field, which has numerous applications, due to the availability of large datasets and the growth of computing power. The department at POSTECH focuses on both theoretical and practical aspects of machine learning.

Machine Learning
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Jungseul Ok
Dongwoo Kim
Sungsoo Ahn
Namhoon Lee
Machine Learning (ML) Lab R4 4309 +82-54-279-5653
Minsu Cho
Suha Kwak
Jaesik Park
Computer Vision (CV) Lab B2 302 +82-54-279-2931
Won Hwa Kim Medical Imaging and Vision (MIV) Lab R4 4303 +82-54-279-2252
Eunhyeok Park Computing Systems (Sys) Lab R4 4304 +82-54-279-2912
Hwanjo Yu Data Intelligence (DI) Lab R4 4307 +82-54-279-2941

 

TC / Theory of Computing

Theory of Computation aims to understand the nature of computation and analyze fundamental computational problems arising in other fields in Computer Science using mathematical tools. It covers a wide variety of topics including algorithms, data structures, and computational complexity.

Theory of Computing
Professor Lab. Location Contacts
Hee-Kap Ahn Algorithms (ALGO) Lab B2 208 +82-54-279-1478
Eunjin Oh Discrete Algorithms (DALGO) Lab PIAI 438 +82-54-279-2906