AiSLab visits U. C. Berkeley during the 2016 winter vacation (about 9 weeks) to exchange ideas about making a start-up company.
A new conference paper has been accepted from AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2017 (one of the top AI conferences, acceptance ratio=24.6%) [C27].
A new journal paper has been accepted from IEEE Trans. Mobile Computing (IF: 2.456) [J18].
AiSLab started a new research project on “Learning-Based Asynchronous Communications/Radar Combined Systems“, sponsored by the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning.
AiSLab starts a new research project on “Research on Core Technologies for Hyperloop” sponsored by UNIST.
AiSLab starts a new research project on “Development of Active Wearable Systems for Crime Detection” sponsored by UNIST.
AiSLab starts a new research project on “Development of Core Technologies of Wireless Communications for Real-Time Fog Computing” sponsored by ICT and Future Planning
AiSLab draws an MOU contract with G. Fettweis’ group (Vodafone Chair/5G Lab) at TU Dresden. They are a pioneer group who started the first research on GFDM.
AiSLab started a new research project on”Interference Management in LTE Pro Small Cells” sponsored by ETRI.
AiSLab attends the 50th annual Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers, held near San Francisco, Nov. 2016. Youjin and Jong Gyu presented their works [C25], [C26]