Welcome


The NCLab investigates new types of semantics, services, and technologies to overcome these challenges and realize future ubiquitous services. More specifically, We newly introduce to the research communities the notion of large-scale wide-area ubiquitous services and are leading the research activities developing core infrastructures and technologies to realize them. While the proposed researches are academically novel and challenging, they are also highly practical and commercially valuable in diverse industries including telematics, ITS, LBS, entertainment, media and broadcasting, education, logistics, security, and most importantly ubiquitous city. The technologies will offer great chances to renovate many existing businesses and services, and further initiate many new ones.

Contact Information

Address
NCLab.(#4441) Department of Computer Science at KAIST, Gusung-dong, Yusung-gu, Daejeon, 305-701, Republic of Korea
Phone Number
+82-42-350-3546 (Professor)
+82-42-350-7746 (Laboratory)
+82-42-350-7846 (FAX)
Network Computing Lab
Posted in Notice | Leave a comment

Paper accepted to MobiCom 2017

Our paper entitled “RAVEN : Perception-aware Optimization of Power Consumption for Mobile Games” was accepted to MobiCom 2017.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Our research “Card-stunt as a Service” has been introduced in NewScientist!

NewScientist magazine has reported on our work, “Card-stunt as a Service (CaaS)”.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to MobiSys 2017

Our paper entitled “Card-stunt as a service: Empowering a massively packed crowd for instant collective expressiveness” was accepted to MobiSys 2017.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to CSCW 2017

Our paper entitled “Zaturi: We Put Together the 25th Hour for You. Create a Book for Your Baby” was accepted to ACM CSCW 2017.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to UbiComp 2016

Our paper entitled “PADA: Power-aware Development Assistant for Mobile Sensing Applications” was accepted to ACM UbiComp 2016.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to SenSys 2015

Our paper entitled “PowerForecaster: Predicting Smartphone Power Impact of Continuous Sensing Applications at Pre-installation Time” was accepted to ACM SenSys 2015.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to UbiComp 2015

Our paper entitled “Sandra Helps You Learn: the More You Walk, the More Battery Your Phone Drains” was accepted to UbiComp 2015.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to ISWC 2015

Our paper entitled “Exploring Current Practices for Battery Use and Management of Smartwatches” was accepted to ISWC 2015.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to ICWSM 2013

Our paper entitled “Agenda Diversity in Social Media Discourse: A Study of the 2012 Korean General Election” was accepted to ICWSM 2013.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off

Paper accepted to Web Science 2013

Our paper entitled “Challenges and Opportunities of Local Journalism: A Case Study of the 2012 Korean General Election” was accepted to Web Science 2013.

Posted in Notice | Comments Off