OASIS Optimal Analysis & Solutions for Integrated Systems

Prof. Yong Sin Kim (김용신)

김용신 교수

Dr. Yong Sin Kim received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electronics engineering from the Korea University in 1999 and 2003, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of California at Santa Cruz, USA, in 2008.

From 2008 to 2012, he worked at University of California Advanced Solar Technologies Institute (UC Solar), Merced, where he researched on maximizing power harvest in distributed photovoltaic systems. From 2012 to 2014, he was with School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Chung-Ang University, Korea, where he was involved in developing sensors for human-machine interface. In 2014, he joined the faculty of the School of Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Korea.

Dr. Kim`s research interest is the integration of circuits and systems for energy harvesting, human-machine interface, and sensor applications. His laboratory, OASIS (Optimal Analysis and Solutions for Integrated Systems), draws upon a wide range of research experiences in areas such as renewable energy, power electronics, power management ICs, motion recognition ICs, and wireless sensor nodes. In order to obtain optimal solutions for integrated systems, his research team focus on not only high performance VLSI design but also the cross-disciplinary integration of various field including optics, mechanics, device, circuits, and algorithms.


2016.10 - present 기획위원, 한국산업기술평가관리원 웨어러블 스마트 디바이스 사업
2016.09 - present Associate professor, School of Electrical Engineering
2016.06 - present Associate professor, Department of Nano-Photonics Eningeering
2016.03 - present Associate professor, Department of Automotive Convergence
2016.01 - present 이사/평의원, 대한전자공학회
2016.01 - 2016.06 총무간사, 대한전자공학회
2014.03 - 2016.08 Assistant professor, School of Electrical Engineering


  • Our group is seeking highly motivated undergraduate/graudate students who are intersted in power management ICs, mixed-signal IC design, HMI, and energy harvesting ICs. Especially, digital circuit designes who can handle VHDL and work independetly are mostly welcome. If intereted, please contact Prof. Kim at shonkim@korea.ac.kr for inquiries regarding the graduate courses.


New engineering building #515
145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu,
Korea Univeristy, Seoul 02841, South Korea
Tel: 82-2-3290-4834
E-mail: shonkim@korea.ac.kr