Our department’s professor Jaehyouk Choi has been awarded by the IEEE (Chariman Toshio Fukuda)- IEIE(Chairman Professor Hyesook Lim, Ewha Woman’s University) and Hoam Science Culture Foundation (Chief of Board Youngjae Kim) as ‘Young IT Engineer’ of 2020 on August 20th.
The certification ceremony was held on August 20th at the Jeju Lotte Hotel.
The ‘Young IT Engineer’ award is an international award presented by the IEEE and IEIE since 2006, making it the 15th award this year. Selected by domestic and international experts, it is awarded to scientists and researchers under the age of 40 that have attributed to the IT industry and academy.
Professor Jaehyouk Choi has been awarded for his contribution to high performance semiconductor circuit development designed for 5G communication and ultra-fast communication. Professor Jaehyouk Choi has published 64 papers in international SCI journals and conferences along with 25 domestic and international patents. He also has developed ‘ultra-low noise high frequency signal generation’ technology which is critical for wireless/non-wireless communications and memory systems.
Professor Jaehyouk Choi is currently a technical program committee of ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits), the most distinguished conference for semiconductor circuits, and ESSCIRC (European Solid-State Circuit Conference) and has also been selected as a ‘Distinguished Lecturer’ by the SSCS (IEEE Solid-State Circuit Society) this year.