The eMerging eLectronics group is internationally recognized for leading the development of next-generation nanoscience and technologies, circuits and systems for future electronics. The ML consists of two sub-groups, NanoScience and Technology (NST) and Core Electronic Systems (CES). The NST studies material physics, nanoscale devices, optoelectronics, and ultra-dense semiconductor devices. The CES develops energy, area, and cost-efficient integrated circuits and systems for biomedicine, smart cars, 5G communication devices, etc.
NanoScience and Technology (NST)
The research of NanoScience and Technology covers the broad scope of nanostructure physics. The properties of new materials and devices enable the development of energy-efficient systems, and they can be applied to bioelectronic or optoelectronic devices. The applications of bioelectronics include electronic skin and organic electronics. In optoelectronics, photons are used to monitor nanostructures or develop future computing devices. Related undergraduate courses are Optoelectronics and Photonics, Electronics Physics, Semiconductor Physics, Nano-engineering, and Nanomaterials and Devices. The following are the faculty members of NST.
|1||Electronic Device Lab||KIM, Hyun Jae||C722email@example.com|
|2||Nano Device Lab||KIM, HyungJun||C309firstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||IT Nano Electronic Device Lab||SEO, Dae-Shik||C724email@example.com|
|4||Flexible Electronic Device Lab||AHN, Jong-Hyun||C310firstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||Semiconductor Engineering Lab||YUN, Ilgu||C311email@example.com|
|6||Nanobio Device Laboratory||LEE, Taeyoon||C312firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||Ultrafast Terahertz Optoelectronics Lab||Choi, Hyunyong||C625email@example.com|
Core Electronic Systems (CES)
CES research topics range from basic electronic devices to large, complex systems comprised of billions of transistors. The CES focuses on developing circuits and systems that support the wide range of operations from sub-1Hz to millimeter-wave frequencies. The applications of CES research include biomedicine, Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, smart sensors, and 5G telecommunication devices. Related undergraduate courses are Electromagnetics, Microwave Engineering, Antenna Engineering, and Electronic Circuits. The faculty members of CES are listed below.
|1||Radio Frequency & Analog Circuit Design Lab||KIM, Tae Wook||C620firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Microwave Integrated Circuit & System Lab||Min, Byung Wook||B612email@example.com|
|3||Advaced Computational Electromagnetics Lab||YOOK, Jong-Gwan||C127firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Microwave & Antenna Lab||YOON, Young-Joong||C126email@example.com|
|5||Integrated Device & Circuit Lab||YOON, Hongil||C312firstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Microwave Solutions Lab||LEE, Yongshik||C227email@example.com|
|7||VLSI System Lab||Jung, Seong-Ook||B725firstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||Mixed-Signal IC Lab||Chae, Youngcheol||B712email@example.com|
|9||High-Speed Circuits & Systems Lab||CHOI, Woo-Young||B625firstname.lastname@example.org|