History

    2019

     This demonstration shows a programmable neural network platform running on an FPGA board, which captures an image from the camera, processes it to detect objects, and then displays the detected objects on the LCD. The object detection is processed in the programmable neural network accelerator we have designed for automotive applications.

     

     This demonstration shows a simple neural network platform that recognizes hand-written characters. A hand-written character is captured by the camera, and then the recognized character is displayed on the 7-segment display.

     

    2017
  • Deep-learning specific instruction-set processor (DSIP) was developed.
    2016
  • Altera Design Contest
    -The Excellence Award
    -Injae Yoo, Jihyuck Jo, Youngjin Ju, and In-Cheol Park, "Fault-Tolerant Automotive Network Platform"
    2015

     This demonstration shows that a computational platform we have designed controls a toy car. The platform was designed by including an embedded processor and several peripheral devices. The processor has been designed to have instructions compatible with ARM9. The user on the remote host sends commands to the platform through a Bluetooth wireless channel, and the platform interprets the command to derive detailed operations necessary to control the toy car. The remote host is a cell phone, running an application to accept the direction the user wants to go.

     

     This demonstration shows that a computational platform we have designed controls a big toy car. The platform is designed by including an embedded processor and several peripheral devices. The processor called Core-A has proprietary instructions designed to take the merits of the previous state-of-the-art instruction sets. The user on the remote host sends commands to the platform through a Bluetooth wireless channel, and the platform interprets the command to derive detailed operations necessary to control the toy car.

     

  • Altera Design Contest
    -The 1st Place
    -Byeong Yong Kong and Jaehwan Jung, "An Iterative Detection and Decoding (IDD) Receiver for 5G Massive MIMO Systems"
    2014
  • Altera Design Contest
    -The 1st Place
    -Hoyoung Yoo, Jihyuck Jo, and In-Cheol Park, "Speech Recognition for Automobile Systems"
    2011
  • Multi-Core-A2G Processor was developed. (2011.8)
    2010
  • Core-A2G Processor was developed. (2010.8)
    2009
  • High-Performance UHF RFID Transceiver was developed. (2009.4)
  • High-Performance JPEG2000 Encoding System was developed. (2009.4)
    2008
  • High-Performance Parallel Turbo Decoder for WiMAX was developed. (2008.6)
  • Scalable and Programmable Sound Synthesizer was developed. (2008.6)
  • Core-A Processor & Core-B Lite On-Chip Bus were released. (2008.7)
    2007
  • Core-A Processor was developed. (2007.9)
    2006
  • 2048/1024/512/256-point FFT/IFFT Processor was developed. (2006.5)
  • Double-Binary Turbo Decoder for WiMAX was developed. (2006.10)
    2005
  • CABAC Decoding Processor for H.264 was developed. (2005.5)
  • Multi-thread Embedded Processor was developed. (2005.8)
  • Professor In-Cheol Park became a full professor. (2005.11)
    2004
  • The network sub-processor was developed with Samsung Electorinics and SAIT. (2004.3)
    2003
  • DSP for Digital multifunction was developed with Samsung Electronics. (2003.10)
  • 12~30ppm printer was developed with Samsung Electronics. (2003.12)
    2002
  • A baseband chip based on Bluetooth v1.0B specification was developed.
  • Single-chip Programmable SOC was developed.
  • Multi-Standard Turbo Decorder was developed. (2002.7)
  • ARM9/Cache Macro for RamP-4 was developed. (2002.9)
    2001
  • A Pentium compatible processor was developed.
  • An audio processor for MP3 decoding was developed. (2001.3)
  • 32bit Multithreaded RISC was developed. (2001.5)
  • A Synchronous SRAM compiler was developed. (2001.10)
    2000
  • Integrated Computer Systems Laboratory was founded.
  • An ARM7 compatible processor was developed.
    1997
  • An Intel-486 compatible processor was developed.
  • A Pentium compatible processor was developed.
    1996
  • Professor In-Cheol Park joined KAIST and started VLSI systems Laboratory with Professor Chong-Min Kyung.