Research Laboratory of 

Integrated Circuit Design

Supervised by Prof. Hyun-Sik Kim 

in School of Electrical Engineering, KAIST 

Our research group is focused on innovations in the CMOS integrated chip designs of analog-signal processing circuits, sensory readout circuits, power management circuits (PMICs), and display driving circuits (DDIs). And ultimately we plan to build a complete system-on-a-chip solution by incorporating our knowledge in those fields.

Latest News

 2020/04   Tae-Gyun's work on Touch ROIC has been accepted to Symp. VLSI Circuits (VLSIC) 2020

 2020/04   Ji-Hun's work on Class-D Audio Amp has been accepted to Symp. VLSI Circuits (VLSIC) 2020

 2020/03   Hyunki Han, Woojin Jang, Honghyun Bae, and Gyuwan Lim joined our lab for doctoral study

 2020/03   Heejun Lee and Chan-Hyu Jeon joined our lab for M.S. study

 2019/12   Prof. Kim gave an invited talk at OPTIC 2019, Taichung, Taiwan

 2019/10   Min-Woo's work on PMIC for Battery-Powered IoTs has been accepted to ISSCC 2020

 2019/09   Tae-Gyun received the Best Paper Award in the 19th Workshop on RF/Analog Circuit Technology

 2019/09   Seunghwa Shin and SuEon Park joined our lab for M.S. study

 2019/04   Dong-Kyu's work on High-PSR LDO Regulator has been accepted to Symp. VLSI Circuits (VLSIC) 2019


#4223, E3-2, School of Electrical Engineering 

KAIST, Daejeon 34141, Republic of Korea


T: +82-42-350-7457


hyunskim (at)