Professor of Electrical Engineering.

University of Ulsan

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Department of Electric Engineering

University of Ulsan
San 29, MuGeo-Dong, Nam-Gu
Ulsan City, 680-749, South Korea.


I received the Ph.D. and M.E. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York, USA, in 1996 and 1991, respectively. And I received B.E. in Electrical Engineering from New York Institute of Technology, New York in 1989.

From 1996 to 1998, I was with LG electronics Co., Ltd. as a member of the multimedia research lab developing PCS mobile phone systems firstly and then, I was promoted to LG chairmaní»s office planning future satellite communication systems in 1997.

Currently I am an professor in Electrical Engineering at University of Ulsan, Ulsan, Korea. I perform several projects supported by NRF(National Reserch foundation of Korea), Hyundai heavy industries Co.Ltd

My research area includes high data rate modulation, channel coding, detection and estimation, cooperative communications, sensor network, cognitive radio. I am a member of KICS, IEEK, KIPS, IEEE and IEICE.


1996.12  ~ 1998.2 The Team of LG President Strategy Project

1998.3 ~ present University of Ulsan


         iN-Q System(Venture). Technical Advisor

         Security System for WLANs(Wireless Internet)

2001.4 ~ 2002.6 The 5th ( & 6th)

         World Multi-Conference in Systemics

         Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI)


            Invited Researcher(ETRI)


         Thesis Reviewer/Session Organizer (CCCT2003)

2003 ~ 2006

         Technical Committee Member (IASTED)

         A board of Information Theory (KICS)  

2006 ~ Present

         Paper Reviewer (IEEE,IEICE, ETRI, IET,IWCMC2011-Cognitive,WPC)                 

         Member of deliberate committee (KARPA)

         Technical Committee Member(CCECE2011, VTC 2011)

Wireless Communication Lab

As the generation of Ubiquitous World comes nearer, Wireless Communication technique which is the core and essential technique to be researched and developed becomes highlighted.

We are interested in solving theoretical problems that find applications in real system in the field of wireless communication.

We are proud of what we study and we believe that we can contribute many good things to the future generation.

Our research areas are physical layer technology such as high speed modulation, coding, multiple access technique and application technology such as Wireless LAN, Wireless Sensor Network, Mobile phone and etc.

Our Lab is widely open to whoever wants to study and research very diligently.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask to the point contact.

Wireless Communication Lab, 7-522, University of Ulsan, Daehak-ro 102, Nam-gu, Ulsan, South Korea (82-52-259-1657)