ESP Biography

SUNGIL KIM, MIT PhD student studying Electrical Engineering

Major: EECS

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: G

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am a first year graduate student majoring Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at MIT. I conduct research on circuits and systems using emerging nanotechnologies such as carbon nanotube.

I have taught various courses in Engineering, Science, and Mathematics and like to learn and teach languages.

Past Classes

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E10652: Intro to Integrated Circuits Design: How tiny chips are made? in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
Chips are everywhere, from computer memory and processor to implantable bioelectronics. This course will briefly introduce the field of integrated circuits (IC) and systems, and how circuit designers design those chips. The class is organized as following: (1) What is the integrated circuits? (2) How and why circuit designers design those chips? (3) What do you need to known to be a circuit designer? (4) How can we improve the performance and realize unimagined applications? : overview of current research in the field of digital IC design

B10653: Conversational Korean in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2016)
According to research, Korean is one of the easiest language to learn to speak, but very difficult to get mastered in reading and writing. In less than one hour, this class is served to teach very essential conversational Korean: from pronunciation to useful vocabularies. This course will have fun interactive exercises with your peers to practice for learned expressions. At the end of the course, I will answer questions about Korean culture and language.