Thank you for your interest in our AI, data science, and imaging science research at SKKU.
Prospective graduate students, post-docs, and visitors
To get a feeling about what are the current projects in my group, look at our recent publications. Reading the "future work" section of any recent paper is a reasonable way to see possible future directions. However, every member of my group is unique and I work with each person to find a project that suits their interests and strengths.
If you want to express interest in joining my group via email, please include one of the following keys in the subject line: [midas-ms], [midas-phd], [midas-postdoc], or [midas-visitor] as appropriate to your situation. Also, include your name in the subject line.
In your email, I suggest
describing your research interest (at least theory vs application),
highlighting your skills and strength based on your attached resume (if you are a Ph.D. or M.S. applicant, additionally with transcript(s) with GPA(s) higher than or equal to 3.7 (in the 4.5 scale), and
explaining why those are useful for doing research in your interest.
I prefer to work with students who think logically and really try to find an advisor whose interests match theirs (rather than sending mass emails).
If you are a Ph.D. or M.S.-Ph.D. applicant, then I will certainly consider you for financial aid decisions that are made in each semester. If you are a prospective post-doc or visitor, then please also create a Google scholar entry for yourself. It is helpful for prospective mentors/employers.
If you are a SKKU undergraduate student interested in performing undergraduate research experience with my group, use the subject line [midas-ugrad] along with your name, and attach a pdf of your transcript (unofficial is fine) so I can see what courses you have taken.