• Our deepest condolence for the loss of Sudha: In Loving Memory of Sudhakar Yalamanchili
  • We are excited to have a new addition, Chanho, to our lab. He is in a joint M.S.-Ph.D. program starting in Spring 2019.
  • Bogil and Taesu join the lab. They had been with the ICSL as undergrad research assistants for almost a year, prior to entering the graduate school. They all will be pursuing Ph.D. degrees. Welcome aboard!
  • The paper titled “FineReg: fine-grained register file management for augmenting GPU throughput” is accepted to MICRO 2018. Kudos to authors!
  • Our lab wins a project from Samsung Research Funding & Incubation Center for Future Technology. The project titled “FleXynapse: a programmable neural network processing unit” will develop a highly flexible, power-efficient hardware accelerator for neural network computing.
  • William received Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence from Yonsei University in February 2018.
Our lab is looking for highly self-motivated and brilliant students broadly interested in computer systems and architecture, including but not limited to:

  • Neural network accelerators
  • Processing near memory
  • GPU microarchitecture
  • Modeling and simulation methodologies
  • Power and thermal management

The following courses are relevant to our research interests. Students looking for lab opportunities are recommended to take these courses (but not required to take all of them). Strong programming skills are expected, e.g., C++, Python, Perl, Verilog.

  • EEE3530 or CSI3102 Computer Architecture
  • EEE3535 or CSI3101 Operating Systems
  • EEE3540 Microprocessors
  • EEE3544 Digital System Design
  • EEE3314 or CSI4108 Artificial Intelligence
  • EEE5501 Advanced Programming
  • EEE6504 or CSI4104 Compilers
  • EEE6510 Advanced Computer Architecture

Contact: William J. Song (Office: Eng-C410, Email: wjhsong {\at} yonsei {\dot} ac {\dot} kr, Phone: 2123-2864)