Jihye Kwon


Jihye Kwon


Jihye Kwon

Room 463, Computer Science Building

500 West 120th Street

New York, NY 10027

Email: <first_name><last_name>@cs.columbia.edu

Brief Introduction

Jihye is a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Columbia University in the City of New York. Her research interest includes system-level design methodology enhanced via machine learning and interaction, high-level synthesis for designing hardware accelerators, real-time scheduling theory, and solving optimization problems. She has received Presidential Fellowship from Columbia University.


  • 2021 | PhD Candidate in Computer Science | Columbia University
    • Advisor: Prof. Luca P. Carloni
  • 2014 | MS in Computer Science and Engineering | Seoul National University, Korea
    • Advisor: Prof. Chang-Gun Lee
    • Thesis: Scheduling Algorithms for Parallel Real-Time Tasks with Multiple Parallelization Options on Multicore/GPGPU Systems
  • 2012 | BS in Mathematical Sciences & Minor in Computer Science and Engineering with Cum Laude | Seoul National University, Korea


Research Assistant at Columbia University

  • Design of specialized hardware accelerators for high-performance processors
  • Development of learning-based interactive system-level design methodologies

Research Intern at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (Summer 2015, 2016, and 2017)

  • Development of data mining and analysis algorithm predicting sub-optimal sets of design construction parameters for the synthesis of logic blocks for highperformance processors based on the prior design data collected at IBM


Columbia University

  • Fall 2016 System-on-Chip Platforms (CSEE E4868)
  • Fall 2015 System-on-Chip Platforms (CSEE E6868)
  • Fall 2015 Introduction to Computational Learning Theory (COMS W4252)
Seoul National University
  • Spring 2013 Logic Design Lab (4190.202A)
  • Spring 2013 Logic Design (4190.201)
  • Spring 2012 Logic Design (4190.201)