We are in the school of electrical engineering at KAIST. Our group

explores emerging technologies for

high-performance communication and bio-medical/environment sensors
. Research 
focus is on the design of 
integrated circuits with multiple layers of system abstraction 
in mind, from 
 and system architectures to circuit 
techniques and devices. 
Our main research area is analog interface for medical and CMOS sensors,  phase-locked loops (PLL), analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). Recently we are also looking into efficient circuits for machine learning as well as health care using wearable devices.

  • 연구 분야
    • 아날로그 회로를 기반으로 하는 유무선 통신, 바이오 메디컬, 센서, 메모리 인터페이스 및 인공지능
    • 웨어러블 및 인공지능을 바탕으로 하는 헬스케어
  • 실험실 홍보 동영상                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

  • 2018년 전기 석사 TO:  국비 장학생은 없으나 산학프로그램(EPSS, KEPSI) 또는 KAIST장학생은 환영합니다.

  • Prof. SeongHwan Cho is currently on leave from KAIST, and is working at Google, London. (2016. 9 ~ 2018. 2)  Please contact him via email.  


  • Hyun-ik's work on MDLL accepted to JSSC Hyun-ik's work on MDLL using double edge injection has been accepted to IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits.
    Posted Aug 10, 2017, 2:05 AM by SeongHwan Cho
  • John Kang's work accepted to IEEE Sensors John's work on fully integrated pressure sensor has been accepted to IEEE Sensors Journal
    Posted Aug 10, 2017, 4:20 AM by SeongHwan Cho
  • Dongin's work accepted to VLSI 2017 Dongin's work on supply noise insensitive PLL with a Rail-to-Rail Swing Ring Oscillator and a Wideband Noise Suppression Loop is accepted to symposium on VLSI circuits 2017.
    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 9:30 PM by CCSLab Kaist
  • Myungjun's work accepted to VLSI 2017 Myungjun's work on an ultra-low power sub-bandgap reference is accepted to symposium on VLSI circuits 2017.
    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 11:04 PM by CCSLab Kaist
  • Jinseok's work accepted to CICC 2017 Jinseok's work on a high input impedance analog front-end for low-power biopotential acquisition is accepted to CICC2017.
    Posted Mar 15, 2017, 2:19 AM by CCSLab Kaist
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