I am an assistant professor at GIST AI Graduate School. In these days, I am interested in understanding and building a human-like AI with abstraction and reasoning. [Project descriptions]
Before joining GIST, I worked as a Young Scientist Fellow at Data Science Group, Institute for Basic Science (IBS). I worked on representation learning, predictive analytics, and democratizing AI for social goods (e.g., World Customs Organization).
From 2015 to 2019, I was a Ph.D. student at Data Mining Lab, KAIST. My thesis was about predicting offline customer behavior. I received my undergraduate and master degree from Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering at KAIST. During my studies, I interned at Microsoft Research Asia and Deloitte Consulting. I also spent beautiful semesters at National University Singapore and TU-Berlin.
- Join us: See this page and Fill this form if you are incoming MS/PhD students at GIST AI, or interested in joining our group as an undergraduate intern. We also have one postdoc opening.
Office: AI Graduate School (S7) Room 204 and 208, GIST
E-mail: sundong (at) gist.ac.kr
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|Mar 13, 2023||One postdoc position is available, please apply through this link.|
|Feb 28, 2023||New course: Data Engineering (AI5308/AI4005) is launched for Spring 2023.|
|Feb 27, 2023||Doyoon, Donghyun, Hyebin, Wonkyu, and Woochang joined our team.|
|Feb 16, 2023||Happy ARC Day 🧩|
|Feb 10, 2023||Invited to serve as a program committee of ICML 2023 and KDD 2023.|
|Jan 10, 2023||Our fair representation learning paper is accepted to The Web Conference 2023.|
|Jan 10, 2023||Our group will participate in the AI reasoning project to develop a human-like AI to tackle elementary school-level rich math problems, join our five year journey!|
|Jan 2, 2023||Jaehyun, Jaegyun, Sabina, Mintaek, Subin, Youngdo, and Sangwoo joined our team.|
|Dec 9, 2022||Invited to present our synthesized customs dataset at the 17th annual WCO PICARD conference [Photo]|
|Nov 20, 2022||Our probabilistic programming paper is published at Frontiers in Public Health.|