Hyung-Sin Kim

Hyung-Sin Kim is a Postdoctoral Scholar at EECS working under the guidance of Prof. David Culler. He is a member of the Building-Energy-Transportation Systems (BETS) group at the RISELab. His current research is on low-power system design for Internet of Things (IoT), including multithreading OS for 32-bit motes, Thread/OpenThread network protocol, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low power and lossy networks (RPL), and Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH).
https://sites.google.com/site/hskiminthebody

Publications

MARVEL: Enabling Mobile Augmented Reality with Low Energy and Low Latency

System Architecture Directions for Post-SoC/32-bit Networked Sensors

Do Not Lose Bandwidth: Adaptive Transmission Power and Multihop Topology Control

Challenging the IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low-Power and Lossy Networks (RPL): A Survey

SnapLink: Fast and Accurate Vision-Based Appliance Control in Large Commercial Buildings.

Blog Posts

ACM SenSys ’18 Best Paper Runner-up Award: System Architecture Directions for Post-SoC/32-bit Networked Sensors

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RISELab publication “System Architecture Directions for Post-SoC/32-bit Networked Sensors,” authored by Hyung-Sin Kim, Michael Andersen, Kaifei Chen, Sam Kumar, William Zhao, Kevin Ma, and Prof. David Culler, has won the best paper runner-up award at ACM SenSys 2018. This paper triggers paradigm shifts on low-power embedded networked system design, which was formed by a two-decade old paper from UC Berkeley.

Prof. Culler receives ACM SenSys Test of Time Award 2018!

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Prof. David Culler, one our affiliated faculty, has received ACM SenSys Test of Time Award 2018 for his paper “IP is Dead, Long Live IP for Wireless Sensor Networks,” published in ACM SenSys 2008. The Test of Time Award is to recognize papers that are at least 10 years old and have had long lasting impact on networked embedded sensing system science and engineering. Congratulations to Prof. Culler!