Sang-Gug Lee

Sang-Gug Lee

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Professor

School of Electrical Engineering

Research Area

  • #CMOS
  • #Electrical engineering
  • #Electronic engineering
  • #Engineering
  • #Optoelectronics
  • #Physics
  • #Materials science
  • #Terahertz radiation
  • #Transistor
  • #Inductor

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Related papers to
‘ CMOS ‘ : 15

  • A High-Sensitivity and Low-Walk Error LADAR Receiver for Military Application

    2014/09

    2.4 Impact Factor

    58 citations

    Hong-Soon Cho, Chung-Hwan Kim, Sang-Gug Lee

    DOI : 10.1109/TCSI.2014.2327282

    • #Engineering
    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Electronic engineering
    • #Bandwidth (signal processing)
    • #Pulse (signal processing)
    • #CMOS
    • #Lidar
    • #Dynamic range
    • #Operating temperature range
    • #Minimum detectable signal

All papers authored by
‘ Sang-Gug Lee ’ : 31

  • A Self-Powered and Optimal SSHI Circuit Integrated With an Active Rectifier for Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting

    2017/03
    IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I-REGULAR PAPERS

    2.8 Impact Factor

    86 citations

    Liao Wu, Xuan-Dien Do, Sang-Gug Lee, Dong Sam Ha

    DOI : 10.1109/TCSI.2016.2608999

    • #Engineering
    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Electronic engineering
    • #Energy harvesting
    • #Switching time
    • #Capacitor
    • #Inductor
    • #Rectifier
    • #RLC circuit
    • #Precision rectifier
    • #BiCMOS

Related papers to
‘ CMOS ‘ : 15

  • A High-Sensitivity and Low-Walk Error LADAR Receiver for Military Application

    2014/09
    IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I-REGULAR PAPERS

    2.4 Impact Factor

    58 citations

    Hong-Soon Cho, Chung-Hwan Kim, Sang-Gug Lee

    DOI : 10.1109/TCSI.2014.2327282

    • #Engineering
    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Electronic engineering
    • #Bandwidth (signal processing)
    • #Pulse (signal processing)
    • #CMOS
    • #Lidar
    • #Dynamic range
    • #Operating temperature range
    • #Minimum detectable signal
  • A Colpitts Oscillator-Based Self-Starting Boost Converter for Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting With 40-mV Startup Voltage and 75% Maximum Efficiency

    2018/08
    IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS

    5.2 Impact Factor

    9 citations

    Baek-Min Lim, Jeong-Il Seo, Sang-Gug Lee

    DOI : 10.1109/JSSC.2018.2863951

    • #Materials science
    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Voltage
    • #CMOS
    • #Inductor
    • #Boost converter
    • #Thermoelectric generator
    • #Internal resistance
    • #Voltage multiplier
    • #Colpitts oscillator

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All papers authored by
‘ Sang-Gug Lee ’ : 31

  • A Self-Powered and Optimal SSHI Circuit Integrated With an Active Rectifier for Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting

    2017/03
    IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I-REGULAR PAPERS

    2.8 Impact Factor

    86 citations

    Liao Wu, Xuan-Dien Do, Sang-Gug Lee, Dong Sam Ha

    DOI : 10.1109/TCSI.2016.2608999

    • #Engineering
    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Electronic engineering
    • #Energy harvesting
    • #Switching time
    • #Capacitor
    • #Inductor
    • #Rectifier
    • #RLC circuit
    • #Precision rectifier
    • #BiCMOS
  • Structural design of a flexible thermoelectric power generator for wearable applications

    2018/03
    APPLIED ENERGY

    8.4 Impact Factor

    75 citations

    Choong Sun Kim, Gyu Soup Lee, Hyeongdo Choi, Yongjun Kim, Hyeong Man Yang, Se Hwan Lim, Sang-Gug Lee, Byung Jin Cho

    DOI : 10.1016/J.APENERGY.2018.01.074

    • #Electrical engineering
    • #Electricity generation
    • #Energy source
    • #Wearable computer
    • #Power density
    • #Power management
    • #Ideal solution
    • #Seebeck coefficient
    • #Thermoelectric generator

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