Welcome! If you’re interested in working with me, please read below.

As a faculty in GIST AI, I have a few MS/PhD slots from Spring 2023. You have to get admission from the department first in order to be eligible to join our lab. Check the below websites for your consideration.

Call For International MS/PhD Applicants: [Link]

Call For Korean MS/PhD Applicants: [Link]

I also welcome full-time interns and visiting researchers from other institutions and, as long as (1) the period is at least 6 months long, and (2) there’s a good research fit. Especially, I enjoy working with motivated undergraduate students. There are a few undergrad interns in the lab at any given time. I strongly prefer working with students who are committed to interning for at least 6 months (e.g., a winter/summer vacation + following academic semester).

Fill this form if you are incoming MS/PhD students at GIST AI, or intern/postdoc applicants who are willing to join my group.

Listed below are some projects and events I did with undergraduate interns.

KAIST Students who are willing to work with me can also apply a position through IBS/KAIST Data Science Group when available.

For Incoming MS/PhD Students (2023 Spring, Fall)

If you are an incoming GIST AI MS/PhD student interested in joining our lab starting in Spring 2023, please fill in this form first and email me by answer below questions.

  • Could you send your CV, transcript, and application package? If the courses you are currently taking are not shown on the transcript, please include a list of courses you are taking this semester.

  • What’s your career plan after getting your MS/PhD degree?

  • Why are you interested in doing AI research and what is the potential research idea you’d like to explore? (Align your idea with our ongoing projects)

For those who respond these questions, I ask for a 1-on-1 meeting with the applicant to better understand their motivation, background, and interests. Successful candidates will be asked for a 15-min presentation with the current members invited. The applicant introduces themselves and presents potential research ideas they’d like to explore.