Information System Laboratory was founded in 2016 as a part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ajou University. Our research focuses on algorithms for information processing, their mathematical analysis, and a broad range of applications. Core topics include information and coding theory, machine learning, probabilistic graphical model, optimization, and wireless communications.

Openings: There are 3~4 open positions for Ph.D./M.S. students and Post-doctoral researchers starting Spring/Fall 2018. I am looking for students with a strong mathematical background (e.g., probability and linear algebra). Each student will be supported for full tuition and stipend. If you are interested in, please feel free to contact me.

Openings: We are also recruiting a couple of highly self-motivated undergraduate research interns for machine/deep learning or 6G wireless communications. Stipend will be provided. Please contact me for more information.


Latest News
  • [Oct. 2017] S.-N. Hong, Y.-S. Jeon and N. Lee, "Distributed Uplink Reception In Cloud Radio Access Networks: A Linear Coding Approach," Accepted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
  • [Aug. 2017] S.-N. Hong, I. Maric and D. Hui, "Capacity-Achieving Rate-Compatible Polar Codes," Accepted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory.
  • [Aug. 2017] Y.-S. Jeon, S.-N. Hong and N. Lee, "Supervised-Learning-Aided Communication Framework for Massive MIMO Systems with Low-Resolution ADCs," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
  • [Aug. 2017] Y.-S. Jeon, N. Lee, S.-N. Hong and R. W. Heath, "One-Bit Sphere Decoding for Uplink Massive MIMO Systems with One-Bit ADCs," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications.
  • [Jun. 2017] S.-N. Hong, S. Kim and N. Lee, "A Weighted Minimum Distance Decoding for Uplink Multiuser MIMO Systems with Low-Resolution ADCs," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Communications. (under revision)
  • [Apr. 2016] S.-N. Hong, I. Maric, D. Hui and G. Caire, "On the Achievable Rates of Virtual Full-Duplex Relay Channel," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. (under revision)