06
APR
2014

04/15 4pm: Seminar – Prof. Taekyoung Kwon from SNU

Title: Unveiling Group Characteristics in Online Social Games: A Socio-Economic Analysis Abstract: Understanding the group characteristics in MMORPGs is important in user behavior studies since people tend to gather together and form groups due to their inherent nature. We analyze the
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29
MAR
2014

Invited to serve as a TPC member at INFOCOM’15

Conference dates: 26 Apr – 01 May 2015 Location: SHERATON HONG KONG HOTEL, Hong Kong Abstract submission deadline: 11 Jul 2014 Final submission deadline: 23 Jan 2015 Notification of acceptance date: 21 Nov 2014
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17
MAR
2014

03/21 4pm: Seminar – Prof. Young-june Choi from Ajou Univ.

It is on 3/21 (though the picture shows as 3/20) Place: 511 @EB2 Title: Multi-Interface Rendezvous for Self-Organizing Cognitive Radio Networks Abstract: In this seminar, I present overview to cognitive radio (CR) technology, especially focusing on the rendezvousing issue for self-org
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05
MAR
2014

Welcome Minho and Seung Hyun

From March 1, 2014, Minho Kim and Seung Hyun Lee, who have already been with us for months, (formally) join our lab as a master student.
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13
JAN
2014

A paper accepted at IEEE ICC’14

The paper titled “Impact of Traffic Splitting on the Delay Performance of MPTCP” (Se-yong Park, C. Joo, Y. S. Park, and S. Bahk) has been accepted for presentation at IEEE ICC, June 2014. (Acceptance ratio: 990/2608 ~ 38%)
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05
JAN
2014

01/02 Se-Yong Park from SNU has joined for collaboration (~02/28)

Se-Yong is a Ph.D student at Seoul National University, and studying on Multi-Path TCP that can exploit multiple access networks such as Wi-Fi and LTE.  
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27
MAY
2013

Elevated to a Senior Member of IEEE.

According to the IEEE, only 8% of the IEEE members hold the senior or higher membership.
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22
MAR
2013

04/03 4pm: Seminar – Prof. Jang-Won Lee from Yonsei Univ.

Title: Bidirectional Energy Trading and Residential Load Scheduling with EVs in the Smart Grid Abstract: Electric vehicles (EVs) will play an important role in the future smart grid because of their capabilities of storing electrical energy in their batteries during off-peak hours and
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13
MAR
2013

03/27 4pm: Seminar – Prof. Hyogon Kim from Korea Univ.

Title: Trends and Issues in Vehicular Communication for Safe Driving Abstract: Competition for developing smart cars and even self-driving cars is heating up. Major automakers and governments are putting in significant efforts to realize their vision to bring cars of the future that a
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