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Department of Material-Component Convergence Engineering

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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
EAM2012 Introduction to Semiconductor 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Korean,Korean Yes
Various electronic materials, their microstructures, physical properties, and applications will be studied. First, theory of free electron model, electric properties of materials, energy band, energy gap, and Fermi energy, etc., will be understood. Second, theory and properties of semiconductors and their devices will be studied and electric property, crystal structure, and microstructures of various semiconductors and their practical applications will be introduced.
EAM2028 Ceramic Materials 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Materials Science and Engineering - No
The students must cultivate an understanding, at an approprate level, of the basic science of th origins of a wide range of physical properties including conductive, semiconductive, dielectic, magnetic, and piezoelectric, together with a sound knowledge of the ceramic science essential for their attainment. There must also be an understanding of how these properties are exploited in components such as capacitors, thermistors, microwave devices, transformers, inductors and actuators and how, in turn, these are used in electrical and electronic engineering.
EAM2062 Electroceramic Materials 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Korean Yes
This subject covers crystalline structure of conventional and newly investigated electroceramic materials, point defects (doponts), physical properties (semiconducting and transport phenomena) of electroceramic materials. This subject is intended to provide basic knowledge in the field of electroceramic materials.
EAM3003 Phase Transformation 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Korean Yes
Thermodynamics and kinetics of phase transformations, phase transformation mechanisms, phase change in metals and alloys, massive and order-disorder transformations, martensitic transformation, and precipitation hardening.
EAM4017 Metals 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Korean Yes
This field studies the properties of metals and alloys as affected by manufacturing, mechanical deformation and heat treatment which is concerned with the physical, mechanical and chemical characteristics of metals and alloys. This course includes phase transformation, welding metallurgy, fracture mechanics, and corrosion for alloy design.
EAM4020 Introduction to organic and polymeric materials 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master Advanced Materials Science and Engineering English Yes
This course introduces structures, properties, synthesis, and applications of various organic and polymeric materials.
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.
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
ECH2005 Chemical Engineering ThermodynamicsⅠ 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Chemical Engineering Korean,English Yes
The primary objective of this course is to teach the basic principle and laws of the thermodynamics. This course covers applications of thermodynamic law in chemical engineering such as thermo-characteristics of fluids, expansion, compression and refrigeration, thermodynamic analysis and basic design of chemical plant.
ECH2011 Instrumental Analysis for Chemical Engineering 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Chemical Engineering English Yes
Fundamental principles and characteristics in instrumental analysis will be lectured in this course. The qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques in measurement of temperatures and flow rate, chromatography, and UV/VIS and FTIR spectroscopy, and mass Spectroscopy, etc. for evaluating the organic or inorganic materials will be introduced.
ECH3015 Transport Phenomena 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Chemical Engineering - No
This principles of momentum, heat and mass transfer are discussed with vector and tensor analysis. Application of the basic principles to various chemical and physical processes are included. This course includes review on basic vector and tensor analysis.
ECH3053 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Chemical Engineering Korean,English Yes
The course of "Engineering of Chemical Reactions" is focused on developing fundamental reaction kinetics according to the types of ideal reactors such as CSTR and PFTR, which is essential for designing chemical processes. This course will also cover the characteristics of representative ideal reactors, analysis of application of reactors and effects of temperature and pressure to kinetic parameters and reaction rates and so on. In addition, the methods for optimization and design of reactors of single/multiple reactions and isothermal/adiabatic reaction will be also included in this lecture to enhance the student's abilities as a chemical engineer.
ECH3060 Electronic Materials for Chemical Engineers 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Chemical Engineering English,Korean Yes
This lecture will provide general view on the current status, general material properties, and future perspective of organic functional materials used in industries, specially in electronics and information industries. This lecture will provide the reason why a specific organic materials should be use to the particular electroins or information industries by discussing the subject on the structure-property-processing relationships viewpoint.
ECH3067 Process Control & Design 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Chemical Engineering Korean,English Yes
This course presents introductory concepts of process dynamics and control, dynamic modeling, transfer function models, system identification, feedback control concepts and design methods, their application to controller design, and advanced control strategies including feed-forward, and cascade designs. MATLAB/SIMULINK will be introduced and used to simulate and examine the process dynamics and effectiveness of various control strategies. This module is targeted at chemical engineering students who already have a basic knowledge of chemical engineering processes. After successful completion of the course, students will be able to: (1) Simplify a first-principles dynamic model by linearization and convert it to a transfer function model convenient for analysis and controller design (2) Classify the dynamic behavior of complex processes based on their time domain and transfer function representations and obtain empirical models using step response and regression methods (3) Analyze stability and performance of feedback control systems (4) Design PID controllers using conventional tuning rules (5) Implement enhanced control strategies including, feedforward control, and cascade control, to achieve improved performance compared to the conventional feedback system (6) Use computer-based tools (MATLAB) to simulate process dynamic and feedback control systems
ECH4017 Plasma Processing for Semiconductor Manufacturing 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master Chemical Engineering Korean Yes
This lecture discusses plasma technology that is a key technology in semiconductor processing. - Plasma physical and electrical characteristics of plasmas - Chemical characteristics of plasmas - Plasma etching and deposition processes - Plasma diagnostics and monitoring technology