Welcome to Concurrency and Parallelism Laboratory at KAIST School of Computing. We are designing and verifying concurrent and parallel systems, from microarchitectures to programming languages to algorithms, that greatly improve performance and significantly reduce power consumption, thereby serving as the basis for the upcoming era of massive data processing.
We are actively recruiting motivated students of all levels interested in designing and verifying concurrent and parallel systems. If interested, please send an email to Jeehoon Kang.
- June, 2019: Kyeongmin Cho joined as a master student, and Jaehwang Jung , Jiseung Hong , Adi Yerembessov joined as undergraduate students. Welcome!
- February, 2019: Concurrency and Parallelism Laboratory was born.
We are designing concurrent and parallel systems that greatly improve performance and significantly reduce power consumption, thereby serving as the basis for the upcoming era of massive data processing. Our general strategy in attacking this goal is (1) to holistically understand computer systems from microarchitectures to programming languages algorithms, and (2) to develop abstraction layers that realize the intrinsic parallelism of the workloads while providing easy programming environment at the same time.
See the Research page for more details.
See the publications page.
- CS500: Design and Analysis of Algorithm (2019 Spring)
- CS492: Design and Analysis of Concurrent Programs (2019 Fall)
Rm. 4433 (Jeehoon) and Rm. 4441 (students), Bldg. E3-1
School of Computing, KAIST
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu
Daejeon 34141, Korea
- +82-42-350-3578 (Jeehoon)
- +82-42-350-7878 (Students)