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Welcome to Photonics Systems Research Lab at KAIST

Our interests span a range of science and engineering topics related to photonic systems and subsystems. We have been working on high-capacity fiber-optic transmission systems, free-space optical communications, broadband optical access systems, and photonic sensor systems since 2014.


2020-03-14   Keunjae, Jaeyun and David have joined our lab.

2019-12-18   Zonglong's paper is selected one of the most downloaded articles in the area of optical communications published in Optics Express and Optics Letters. [ abstract ]

2019-12-05   Our lab won the Best Research lab Award in PC2019. [ more ]

2019-11-14   Daeseong has joined our lab.

2019-09-02   Jihoon and Mat have joined our lab.

2019-07-11   Dr. Tianwai Bo won the IEEE Photonics Technology Letters Outstanding Reviewer Award.

2019-06-21   Dr. Tianwai Bo received Outstanding Reviewer recognition from the Optical Society of America.

2019-06-04   Zonglong won the Best Student Paper Award in COOC2019.

2018-11-30   Myungryul won the Best Student Paper Award in PC2018.

2018-11-30   Our lab won the Best Research lab Award in PC2018. [ more ]

2018-10-31   Dr. Yukui has joined our lab.

2018-08-27   Gihong has joined our lab.

2018-07-04   Daeho won the SPIE Best Student Paper Award in OECC2018.

2018-05-31   Sunghyun received the Best Student Paper Award in COOC2018.

2018-04-13   Kyungmin received the KAIST Presidential Award for taking an exemplary action in response to chemical accident.

2018-03-14   Dr. Tianwai’s paper entitled “Kramers-Kronig receiver without digital upsampling” was selected to be ‘Top-scored’ in OFC2018.

2018-03-13   Prof. Kim gave an invited presentation at OFC2018.

2017-11-27   Prof. Kim delivered a tutorial lecture on the optical transmission technologies for datacenter at Photonics Conference 2017.

2017-06-13   Daeho's paper published in Optics Express is selected to be 'Editor's Pick'.

Join Us

We always have an eye out for highly motivated M.S. and Ph.D. program students with interests in the areas of photonic systems/subsystems and optical transmission systems. A postdoctoral position is available to study free-space optical communications and high-capacity transmission systems.
Please contact me directly at if you are interested in the position.

Contact Us

Building E3-2, Room 4204
School of Electrical Engineering
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
291 Daehak-ro Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
Korea 34141 [  map  ]