1998 ~ 2002  SNU, Electrical and Computer Engineering (BS)

2002 ~ 2004  SNU, Electrical and Computer Engineering (MS) 

2005 ~ 2009  Harvard University, Electrical Engineering (PhD)

2009 ~ 2011  Keio University, Electrical Engineering (Research

                      professor)

2012 ~ 2013  KAIST, Electrical Engineering (Post-doc)

2014 ~           Korea University, Electronics and Imformation                             Engineering (Assistant professor)

Hayun Chung

RESEARCH INTEREST

High-speed mixed-signal CMOS circuits and digitally assisted analog circuits.

     - Variability-aware designs for CMOS high-speed I/O interface circuits

     - Low-power, high-speed, reconfigurable analog circuits assisted by digital backend

     - High-level modeling and optimization of analog/digital circuits

     - High-efficiency inductive-coupling power transceiver circuits/systems

 

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Harvard University                                                                                                                      Cambridge, MA

Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences, Nov. 2009.

Thesis: Design Considerations for High-Speed Backplane Transceivers with Digital Adaptive Equalizers

Advisor: Prof. Gu-Yeon Wei

 

Seoul National University                                                                                                            Seoul, Korea

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Feb. 2004.

Thesis: Design of a 128-phase PLL using interpolation technique for Gigabit Ethernet LSI

Advisors: Prof. Wonchan Kim and Prof. Deog-Kyoon Jeong

 

Seoul National University                                                                                                            Seoul, Korea

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Feb. 2002

 

 

 

AWARDS

  • Excellent Teaching Award, Korea University, Spring 2014

  • Harvard Graduate School of Art and Sciences Fellowship, Harvard University, 2005-2006.

  • IEEE SSCS/EDS Seoul Chapter English Paper Award, Nov. 2003.

  • School of Electrical Engineering Fellowship, Seoul National University, 2002.