Center of Industry-Academia-Research Cluster which Introduces Leading Engineering Tehcnology
Established in 1979, the College of Engineering Sciences has been developing superb technical manpower and providing education for industrial advances. A practical academic tradition focused on experiments, and excellent faculty members with the latest equipment are developing elite engineers to lead the high speed technology era. It has sixty laboratories and about seven-thousand pieces of the latest experimental equipment and materials for experimental practice. The College is equipped with seven-hundred personal computers and a high speed LAN network. Furthermore, through the industrial complex in the Ansan region and a collaborative system with industry, academia and research centers, including Technopark, IDE(Ic design Education Center), RRC(center for Electronic Materials & Components) and the Engineering Technology Research Center, the College of Engineering Sciences has produced a steady flow of research manpower in industrial technology.
By Gileun Lee, Graduate Student Editor
Photo by Dongjin Lee, Student Photographer
KyeHo Seo, Student Photographer
Division of Architecture & Architectural Engineering
The educational aim of the Department lies in the nurturing of global architectural professionals who will serve the community as well as the world. The department’s aim can be further described as training future architectural engineers with the knowledge of the latest technologies and theory, and architects with a good understanding of theory and engineering that becomes a solid base for the creative and innovative design and research.
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering is committed to providing its students the very best education and training to become leaders in their chosen areas of expertise through undergraduate and graduate programs. The Department tries to attract the finest faculty members, endeavors to maintain excellent laboratories and research facilities, and supports a number of co-curricular activities that enhance the student’s experience.
Department of Transportation Engineering
Transportation is an essential element for the economy and welfare of a nation. Its importance increases as a nation becomes more modernized and advanced. The Department of Transportation System Engineering of Hanyang University seeks to educate students to be global leaders in the transportation field by conducting comprehensive and scientific analyses of traffic engineering issues.
Department of Electronic & Communication Engineering
Future industries are expected to undergo a dramatic shortened cycle of technology reform and the gap between several technologies are expected to converge at a noticeable accelerated systematic and dynamic rate of change. In particular, the future offers advanced leading technologies for communication device oriented electronic industries and SW/HW related mobile communication/telematics, IT SoC/integration/components, home network.
Department of Electrical System Engineering
To realize fruitful, convenient and safe future world for human being, it is indispensable to have intelligent systems which are working in coordination of electronic, electrical, and mechanical systems through network. Intelligent robots are such examples. In order to realize intelligent systems, it is necessary to education engineers who are capable of understanding and designing systems that are composed of computer, electronic, and mechanical components as integrated systems.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering is an essential and core technology for the information age, that enables the designing and manufacturing of high-performance computers, as well as the software needed to operate and apply them in the industry and society. This technology will continue to be one of the key technologies that will shape our society in the 21st century.
Department of Materials Engineering
The field of Material Engineering involves studies of structure, properties, processing and performance of various materials in order to develop high-tech materials. The department of Material Engineering is committed to provide its students the best education and training to become leaders in their chosen areas of expertise through undergraduate and graduate programs.
Department of Chemical Engineering
The Department of Chemical Engineering of Hanyang University at Ansan is nationally recognized for its leadership in modern engineering research and education. Its goal is to provide students with tools, experience, and adaptability to prosper not just as new graduates but throughout their careers.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering is concerned with the engineering aspects of design and development, thermofluics analysis, machine design, manufacturing, automatic control, and the science of machine application. The broad areas to which mechanical engineers contribute are power generation, energy conversion, manufacturing, robotics, automated manufacturing systems, and other applications in the field of engineering.
Department of Industrial & Management Engineering
The department offers programs of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial and Management Engineering. To provide students with disciplines and skills needed in the era of globalization, competitive business, and service oriented environment, our undergraduate program is organized into the following six specialty tracks.
Department of Bionano Engineering
The Bionano Engineering Department provides an interdisciplinary education and research environment that focuses on fusion technology of Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Biomedical Engineering. It was established strategically in 2010 to make great contributions to the advanced industrial society. It purposes to nurture specialized global leaders with the knowledge of the latest technologies and theories. The faculty members of the department participate in research as bio-nano photonics, nano & bio sensor, bio-nano technology and functional bio-nano materials.
Lately, “Convergence” and “Collaboration” have been making headlines across the social, economic, and knowledge systems. When we look at the engineering study’s trend in the past 50 years, these keywords of fusion can be understood in the same context. For instance, the engineering study began from basic and applied research in the ’50s and ’60s, went through a challenging and innovative research period in the ’80s and ’90s, and has been changing into potentially transformative and multidisciplinary research with competence equipped with latent impact during the period from early 2000 to the present time.
From the past to the present, Hanyang University has been leading the changes and innovation coinciding with the historical flow. Thus, it is not too much to say that the College of Engineering will lead the future society in the center of the flow.
Hanyang University’s tradition of pursuing practical academics was continued in the Ansan Campus. For 40 years since 1973, Hanyang has been focusing on the core major areas, such as architecture, civil & environmental system, transportation, electronics & communication, computer science, mechanical engineering, industrial management, materials, and chemistry engineering, and producing various outstanding individuals. In 2009, the Ansan Campus was transformed into ERICA (Education Research Industry Cluster at Ansan) campus, which symbolizes the cooperation and linkage of the university, institute, and industry. ERICA attracted many national institutes and enterprises to the campus, including Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI), LG Innotek R&D Center, Korea Testing Laboratory (KTL), Gyeonggi Techno Park (GTP), and Business Incubator Center, and has been playing the leading role as the only industry-university-collaborating university in the metropolitan area by establishing a fruitful and promising cooperation system consisting of 1,000 internal and external researchers, including placement and technology research, which are part of the engineering curriculum, as the required subjects, and systematizing the education program.
In the future, the College of Engineering will realize the “New Hanyang 2020 Vision” by introducing a more systematic education system, including the establishment of an undergraduate/ graduate curriculum befitting the global standard and fostering the flagship-class research fields, opening the departments of bio-nano engineering, robotics, and intergrative engineering to foster practical talents suitable for the flow of convergence and for the complex era, and continuing the tradition and pride of practical academics that can secure the superiority of the future’s global technological competition.
On behalf of College of Engineering, I thank you for your interest and continuous support.
Dean. College of Engineering
Professor Chang-Soo Han
By Eunjeen Cho, Student Reporter
Photo by Kyeho Seo, Student Photographer
Q. Please elaborate on general tasks that the Administration Team manages.
A. As the College of Engineering Sciences is the largest college at ERICA Campus, we, as the Administration Team under it, feel the importance, too. The Administration Team is under the Responsibility Center, the RC, and divided into two parts with 22 teammates each. The offices are spread in the Second, Third, and Fifth Engineering Building. Our usual tasks are managing academic affairs, admission/transfer systems, and students supporting like graduate school scholarships, employment, budgetary control and events. We are in charge of efficient operation of the school administration and try to make all the process smoothly.
Q. What do you think that the students in the college need the most? Mostly, why they visit your office?
A. Generally, students come to RC office to ask about their own student records, majors, and graduate requirement or to get counseling on stop outs and returning to school. For the purpose of getting an available place for study group, they always come to office to rent spaces or classrooms. Recently, increased students visit office to get information on programs cooperated with the Illinois Institute of Technology and the UCR to apply for them. We are counseling students with all the information we have and try to find answers for all requires.
Q. There are relatively many depary control amajors under the College of Engineering Sciences compared to other colleges. What are the unique features of your team that can be differentiated from other offices?
A. In our team, we have three principles. First, to be not partial and be fair in working since there are students related to the items we deal with. Second principle is to listen once again and think more about it and then make it into action. Third is to always take notes. These principles help our teammates respond better to what students and members of HYU are asking for us. We are now preparing to make public relations of our RC administration team in order to let all of HYU students and members get the services they want from us. By this campaign, we are not only waiting for students in need to come to us but we are actively approaching for them to give hands. We will do our best to be a complaint-free administration team which is friendly to all visitors.
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