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School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
CES2004 Semiconductor manufacturing process and materials 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Semiconductor Convergence Track Korean Yes
This course covers the principles and applications of various unit processes used for the fabrication of semiconductor devices: materials, lithography & etching, oxidation, diffusion, ion implantation, and thin film deposition. Lastly, based on the in-depth understanding of unit processes, integration processes such as metallization will also be studied. Through this, students will learn in detail about the eight major processes and materials related to semiconductor manufacturing, allowing students to quickly acquire basic knowledge related to semiconductor manufacturing.
CES2007 Basics of semiconductor materials analysis 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Semiconductor Convergence Track Korean Yes
This course is designed to help undergraduate students understand and follow various experimental techniques that are useful in the field of basic semiconductor materials analysis. Therefore, this course consists of an introduction to the operating principles and practical characteristics of microscopy and spectroscopy techniques that are widely used in research and industrial fields. This course will be operated in a kind of semi-flipped learning manner, where pre-recorded lecture videos will be provided and real-time lectures will be conducted with reviews, questions and answers, and discussion classes.
CES3001 Semiconductor process material properties 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Semiconductor Convergence Track Korean Yes
In this lecture, we learn about electronic materials and their bonding, which are the basis for understanding and application of electronic device driving principles, and study the synthesis, characteristics, and application cases of various nanoelectronic materials. In the first half of the lecture, we study electronic materials and bonding theory based on quantum mechanics and solid-state chemistry, and in the second half of the lecture, we introduce the synthesis and application of various nanoelectronic materials such as organic, inorganic, and organic-inorganic composite materials. In particular, we study examples of electronic materials that have recently been attracting attention in the industrial world and how what we studied theoretically can be applied to the actual implementation of electronic devices.
CES3006 System and memory semiconductor design 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Advanced Semiconductor Convergence Track Korean Yes
First ever lecture on each covering introduction of memory systems that is the first part of the computer architecture and all kinds of semiconductor memory products. I am going to give you a strong base to work as a semiconductor memory developer as well as computer architect or memory architect. Through this course, you will learn in detail about system and memory design to acquire professional knowledge in the field of semiconductor memory and system-related design.
CHS2012 IoT Project 2 4 Major Bachelor 1-4 Challenge Semester - No
It is a course for students who are not familiar with software and hardware, but who are interested in Internet of Things area. It aims to provide easy and convenient steps of the area, including education of C language basics and various digital/analog sensor control conducted with a toolkit such as Arduino. Communication skills and cooperative spirit can be obtained by carrying out IoT projects through group activities.
COV3002 Ubiquitous Society and Communication Competency 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 SKKU Institute for Convergence - No
This course generally focuses on understanding the characteristics of ubiquitous society and also it focuses on developing a new communication skill which is demanded by society. Media revolution called 'Media2.0' brought about at large reform of the society, it has a significant influence on society. Eventually the course examines those changes and evolutions in our society and also what they really are. The course deals with understanding the digital technology and the ethical issues behind the digital technology as well. A discussion on media ecosystem will suggest a new level of social meaning of Communication.
DES4001 Convergence Capstone Design 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master Design Korean Yes
Various students from different majors, Design, Art, IT, Business, Engineering, and etc., are gathered to study the development of future new technology, services and creative design products. Also, they are processing the prototype of the study and supporting the application of effective ideas. The purposes of this study are to overcome the present level of studies' approaches and create new and innovative values and to acquire creativeness, Problem Based Learning skill, and ability to conduct Team Project.
ECE4223 Semiconductor Process Technology 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering English Yes
This course helps to understand the overall semiconductor processes by introducing the theory and the application of unit processes; photolithography, photo-mask, dry-etch, cleaning, chemical-mechanical polishing(CMP), diffusion and thin film, and module processes; transistor, isolation, capacitor, interconnection. This also suggests the direction of process technologies for the future generations.
ECE4233 Simulation Engineering of Electric Power Systems 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering - No
The objective of this lecture is to present methods of power system simulation, particularly with the aid of a personal computer, in sufficient depth to give the student the basic technique at the graduate level. Main subjects are steady-state & transient power system simulation, fault modeling technique, FACT(flexible alternating current transmission) simulation and the usage of EMTP, ATP, PSCAD/EMTDC.
ECE4237 Robotics 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering - No
This course discusses the kinematics and the dynamics of manipulators. The path planning of each joint and some control algorithms of manipulators are also discussed.
ECE4238 Linear Systems 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering English Yes
Methods of analysis for continuous and discrete-time linear systems. Convolution, classical solution of dynamic equations, transforms and matrices are reviewed. Emphasis is on the concept of state space. Linear spaces, concept of state, modes, controllability, observability, state transition matrix, state variable feedback, compensation, decoupling are treated.
ECE4245 Automation and Design of Electric Power System 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering Korean Yes
In many coutries, the electric supply industry is undergoing a significant restructuring that has only just begun. Fully competitive markets of electric energy are fairly recent phenomena, and the existing competitive markets have not experienced significant of resource shortages yet. This course deals with the basic principles of power system automation from the point view of the central control facilities under competitive environment. And it discusses central computers used to process power system economic operating data, present vital data to an operator, and allow the operator to implement commands to equipment field. Also it contains the economic load dispatch, the Gauss-Seidel, Newton-Raphson, and decoupled method to iteratively calculate network power flow.
ECE4246 Digital Control 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering - No
Many industrial control systems include digital computers as an integral part of their operation. Recent trends toward digital control of dynamic systems, rather than analog control, is mainly due to the recent revolutionary advances in digital computers and to advantages found in working with digital signals rather than continuous-time signals. Also, the availability of low-cost microprocessors and microcomputers established a new trend for even small-scale control systems to include digital computers to obtain optimal performance. The main purpose of this course is to present a comprehensive treatment of the analysis and design of discrete-time control systems. In particular, this course provides clear and easy-to-understand explanations for concepts involved in the study of discre-time control systems.
ECE4247 Power Electronics System Analysis 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering - No
Inverters and converters play an important role to operate fuel cell systems, hybrid electric vehicles, and etc. In this subject, design and control of various power conversion circuits according to the application conditions. Completing this subject, one can handle hardwares and softwares for power conversion circuits and can utilize the theory and technique for industry applications
ECE4248 Networked Control System 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Electrical and Computer Engineering - No
The characteristics of the networked control system(NCS) are explained and the design requirement of the NCS are suggested. We treat the topics of the stability of the NCS, robust controller design for the NCS and the scheduling techniques for performance improvement. The NCS implemented by CAN(Controller Area Network) is presented as an application case.