Kim Minje, PhD Candidate in Professor Choi Junil’s Research Lab at the Department of EE, Awarded the 15th ICT Paper Competition Grand Exhibition
<Professor Choi Junil and Ph.D. candidate Kim Minje>
Professor Choi Junil’s research lab at the Department of EE congratulates doctoral candidate Kim Minje for receiving an excellence award at the 15th ICT Paper Competition Grand Exhibition, hosted by the Electronic Newspaper, Web Keshi Group, and the Software Credit Union.
Over the past five years, professor Choi Junil’s research team has been recognized with outstanding awards, including the highest honors and excellence awards, in the ICT Paper Competition Grand Exhibition.
The research by PhD candidate Kim Minje, titled “Meta-Heuristic Fronthaul Bit Allocation for Cell-free Massive MIMO Systems,” proposes an algorithm to efficiently solve the problem of distributing front-haul link capacity in Cell-free multi-antenna systems.
This research suggests a technology that can effectively reduce the computational workload of central processing units (CPUs), which rapidly increases with the growing number of terminals and access points (APs).