Hello everyone! I am currently in the process of applying to U.S. graduate schools to start on a Ph.D. program in 2019.
I am working as a research associate in Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), a government-funded research institute in South Korea, as part of the mandatory military service. Prior to joining ETRI, I received my M.S. degree from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), under the supervision of Prof. Changho Suh. Also, I received B.S. degrees, Summa Cum Laude with honors, in Electrical Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (double-major) from KAIST in 2012.
I seek to gain insight into fundamental problems that are practically relevant. My research interests lie in the areas of information theory, optimization, statistics, and their applications in wireless communications and data science. With these disciplines, I desire to achieve two intertwined goals. One is to characterize the fundamental limits of estimation and learning from data; the other is to develop efficient algorithms that approach the limits.
1. S. Shin and C. Suh, "Capacity of a two-way function multicast channel,'' Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, Oct. 2017.
2. K. Min, M. Jung, S. Shin, S. Kim, and S. Choi, "System level simulation of mmWave based mobile Xhaul networks," IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), June 2017.
3. S. Shin and C. Suh, "Two-way function computation,'' Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, Oct. 2014.
1. S. Shin and C. Suh, "Two-way function computation," submitted to the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Oct. 2018.