College Of Engineering Division Of Materials Science And Engineering

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Dept. location DIVISION OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Phone 02-2220-0389,0500 Fax
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Introduction

Materials have been around us for a long time and they have been the closest thing to our life. Even the names of prehistoric times have been named after the predominant material of the tool-making technologies of that time period, such as the Stone Age where stones were the main material, the Neolithic Age where stone technologies improved, the Bronze Age where the main material was bronze, and the Iron Age where the main material was iron.  Civilizations have advanced with the development of materials, and the study of materials science and engineering is a foundational discipline even in societies today.

The department of Materials Science and Engineering combined three previously existing departments: the department of metal, ceramic, and material engineering. In the department of metal engineering, students study metals that have been used as a main material for a long time and that are actively used in steel and building industry. In the department of ceramic engineering, students study ceramics which are the foundation of IT electronics and semiconductor industry that are recently attracted the most attention. The department of material engineering studies fundamental disciplines of various materials as well as metals and ceramics  and deeply researches and utilizes them. Our students will learn about the development of each material as well as the chemical, physical, electrical, and mechanical properties that they have and areas in which they can be used appropriately.

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info Division Of Materials Science And Engineering

Highlights

Engineering design course
There is a class called Undergraduate Research Innovation Program (URIP). In this class, one professor and 10 students have more advanced classes that are not taught in general subject classes in the other major. For example, students may learn how to deal with experimental devices that can measure how much force can destroy a particular material. It is a fun and insightful lesson to deepen students' knowledge of the subject because the lessons cover more detailed areas as they further their studies in specific areas.

Top-tier faculty
Our departments boasts some of the most influential faculty members in the nation. Professor Lee Chang-hee served as the president of the Korean Metal Materials Association in 2014, the largest society with 16,000 members. Professor Park Jin-sung, who was the youngest associate professor of the department in 2013, received the Merck Award Young Scientist Award in August 2014 for contributing to the research Oxide Thin Film Transistor and the initial industrialization.

Outlook

Outlook
Corporations Metal area- researcher in Steel, Architecture, Automotive/ electronics-researcher in  IT semiconductor, display
Research institutes Electronic materials (IT semiconductors, displays), metals (steel, construction, automobiles)
Public and government agencies Patent attornies
Educational institutions Entrance into graduate schools, professorships
Faculty info
Jongwan Park

Jongwan Park / Adjunct Professor

Seon Jin Kim

Seon Jin Kim / Professor

Choi, Sung Churl

Choi, Sung Churl / Professor

Duck-Kyun Choi

Duck-Kyun Choi / Professor

Changhee Lee

Changhee Lee / Professor

Young-Ho Kim

Young-Ho Kim / Professor

Kyung Jong Lee

Kyung Jong Lee / Professor

Shim, Kwang Bo

Shim, Kwang Bo / Professor

Hyeongtag Jeon

Hyeongtag Jeon / Professor

KIM, Young Do

KIM, Young Do / Professor

Jinho Ahn

Jinho Ahn / Professor

SHIN, DONG WOOK

SHIN, DONG WOOK / Professor

Yong-Chae Chung

Yong-Chae Chung / Professor

Yoon, Chong Seung

Yoon, Chong Seung / Professor

In-Sung Park

In-Sung Park / Research Associate Professor

Jae-il Jang

Jae-il Jang / Professor

Won Il Park

Won Il Park / Associate Professor

William Thomas Nichols

William Thomas Nichols / Assistant Professor

Changhwan Choi

Changhwan Choi / Associate Professor

Hyoun Woo Kim

Hyoun Woo Kim / Professor

Jin-Seong Park

Jin-Seong Park / Professor

Do Kyung Hwang

Do Kyung Hwang / 학연교수

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박용완

박용완 / Emeritus Professor

송진태

송진태 / Emeritus Professor

Sang Heul Choi

Sang Heul Choi / Emeritus Professor

김성만

김성만 / Emeritus Professor

Auh Keun Ho

Auh Keun Ho / Emeritus Professor

eui-pak, Yoon

eui-pak, Yoon / Emeritus Professor

Kyung Sub Lee

Kyung Sub Lee / Emeritus Professor

Sung-Goon, Kang

Sung-Goon, Kang / Emeritus Professor

College/Department curriculum
Year Term No. Curriculum Course Credits-lecture-experiential learning  
1 1 CHM1005 General Chemistry & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM105 General Chemistry and Lab 1 Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 1 CUL3011 General Physics & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CUL311 General Physics and Experiment 1 This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles.
1 1 GEN1093 Practical English Conversation 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
The objective of this program is to develop communicative competence and motivation to communicate in English both inside and outside of the classroom. The rationale for the program is basically to provide students with a sound opportunity to develop the 4 language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The proposed program combines spoken and reading components in a single class format with clear emphasis on spoken English; it utilizes a communicative approach, targeting spoken language skills in conjunction with reading skills, and reserving writing for homework (although minimal writing will b done in class). The 4 language skills will be integrated witin a well-conceived spoken English program which emphasizes speaking time in class.
1 1 GEN2052 Calculus 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 MAE1003 INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED MATERIALS 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course covers the concepts of new materials and the roles of materials engineering. The history of materials and metallurgical engineering is introduced and new advanced materials are discussed.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning". In "pride in Hanyang" students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society" students will study 6 core values and case study on the core values of global companys. In "life planning" students will reflect on their history and present and develop the vision and mission statement.
1 1 CHM1005 General Chemistry & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM105 General Chemistry and Lab 1 Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion
1 1 COE1031 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN 1 Core Major 2-2-0
To provide students with the use of problem-solving skills for solving realistic engineering problems using problem-based learning techniques, including definition of problem, creative problem solving, design of experiments, and optimization. To familiarize students with experience working as a member of an engineering work team, with experience using several modern tools and techniques to solve engineering problems. This course will help you develop the skills necessary to solve the real engineering problems facing engineers today. You will learn underlying principles and master techniques to solve engineering problems.
1 1 COE2022 Introduction to Engineering Design Core Major 3-3-0
To provide students with the use of problem-solving skills for solving realistic engineering problems using problem-based learning techniques, including definition of problem, creative problem solving, design of experiments, and optimization. To familiarize students with experience working as a member of an engineering work team, with experience using several modern tools and techniques to solve engineering problems. This course will help you develop the skills necessary to solve the real engineering problems facing engineers today. You will learn underlying principles an master techniques to solve engineering problems.
1 1 CTE2006 Introduction to Advanced Materials (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course covers the concepts of new materials and the roles of materials engineering in the past, present, and future. The history of materials including metals, cermaics, and semiconducting materials is introduced and newly developed materials pursued by many researchers are discussed. (Every freshmen in materials science should take this class)
1 1 CUL3011 General Physics & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CUL311 General Physics and Experiment 1 This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles.
1 1 GEN2052 Calculus 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 GEN6044 Hanyang Community Service (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-0-2
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Value Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning." In "pride in Hanyang", students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society", students will study 6 core values and cases on the core values of global companies. In "life planning", students will reflect on their past and present and develop their vision and mission statement.
1 1 CHM1005 General Chemistry & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM105 General Chemistry and Lab 1 Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 1 CUL3011 General Physics & Experiment 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles.
1 1 GEN1031 Computer Programming (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-2
이과목은컴퓨터언어로컴퓨트프로그램을작성하기위한강좌이다.즉,컴퓨터가이해할수있는언어로실생활에편리하게사용할수있는프로그램을만들기위한것이다.이강좌에서는C언어를사용하여진행하며,C언의개념및활용을목표로진행한다
1 1 GEN2052 Calculus 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 GEN6044 Hanyang Community Service (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-0-2
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Human Leadership(HELP1) is a course offered to freshmen students. It is focused on helping them establish characters and values. By enhancing their humanistic sensitivities and knowledge they learn core values and leadership. Students discover themselves through HELP1 and are able to decide what kind of person they want to be. HELP1 helps students establish their values and prepare them to be balanced leaders who can adjust to new environments.
1 1 CHM1005 General Chemistry & Experiment 1 Basic Major 3-2-2
Aim to understand the structures and the properties of matters in micro- and macroscopic view. Introduction, stoichiometry and the mole concept, the behavior of gases, liquids and solids, thermochemistry, electronic structure of atoms and chemical bonding, descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds, chemical equilibrium. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 1 CUL3011 General Physics & Experiment 1 Basic Major 3-2-2
This course is for the undergraduate students majoring in science- and engineering-fields. This course helps students to understand the basic concepts on mechanics, gravitation, periodic motion and waves, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics. It also makes them adept in solving the relevant problems. In each week the course is composed of 3-hour theory lecture and 2-hour lab experiments. Throughout the theory lectures, the students will learn how to understand various phenomena concerning forces and motions based on some fundamental principles and physical laws. The students can broaden their understanding of basic physical concepts by solving homework problems. In the lab experiments, the students get familiar with the scientific analysis methodology by performing the experiments that verify the proposed principles.
1 1 GEN1031 Creative Computing for Engineers Compulsory General Studies 3-2-2
Using the computers to solve real-world problems in this subject for learning and general principles and theories, effective and efficient Grow basic ability to develop the coding. To this end, learning the high-level programming language grammar and usage of conjunction and, similarly, program design and up to an intermediate level from the basics of computer programming Learning about implementation technique. The goal is the understanding of programming concepts and processes, problem solving method, data type, operator, controlling, sentence, and control structure, function, an array, pointer. - a lecture on basic grammar and learn through practice and the acquisition of knowledge for language you learn by relearning the contents.
1 1 GEN2052 Calculus 1 Basic Major 3-3-0
Calculus is an essential knowledge for natural sciences and engineering. This course present the part of calculus which include taking limits, differentiating and integrating functions including a few transcendental ones and also deals with polar coordinate system, sequences and series. The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concepts of mathematics and to train them so that they may be able to apply these basic concepts to various situations and may get used to scientific thinking.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ Compulsory General Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning". In "pride in Hanyang" students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society" students will study 6 core values and case study on the core values of global companys. In "life planning" students will reflect on their history and present and develop the vision and mission statement.
1 2 CHM1002 General Chemistry & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM102 General Chemistry and Lab 2 Aim to understand the structures of the molecules and their interaction in various state. Principles and application of chemical equilibrium, coordination chemistry, oxidation-reduction and electrochemistry, kinetics, nuclear chemistry, introduction to organic chemistry. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
Through kiscussion this course ask the following questions: (1) What is free associaton?; (2) How do you compose and make a text? How do you talk about a certain issue?; (3) What is rational and logical thought?; (4) How do you enhance originality and rationlity? The course help students acquire an understanding of text and composition.
1 2 CUL3012 General Physics & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CUL312 General Physics and Experiment 2 The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of mechanics, electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL312 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving.
1 2 GEN1031 Computer Programming (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-2
GEN131 Principles of Computer Programming This class teaches the basic principles and techniques for solving real word problems using computers. Students can develop the ability to design efficient programs by learning the syntax of high level languages, the concepts of and elementary methodology for program design, and implementation techniques. Topics to be covered include the concepts of computer programming, basic programming methodology, data types, operators, expressions, control flow, functions, program structure, pointers and arrays.
1 2 GEN2053 Calculus 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society.
1 2 MAE1002 INTRODUCTION ADVANCED MATERIALS 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course covers the concepts of new materials and the roles of materials engineering. The history of materials and metallurgical engineering is introduced and new advanced materials are discussed.
1 2 CHM1002 General Chemistry & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM102 General Chemistry and Lab 2 Aim to understand the structures of the molecules and their interaction in various state. Principles and application of chemical equilibrium, coordination chemistry, oxidation-reduction and electrochemistry, kinetics, nuclear chemistry, introduction to organic chemistry. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 2 COE1032 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN 2 Core Major 2-2-0
To provide students with the use of problem-solving skills for solving realistic engineering problems using problem-based learning techniques, including definition of problem, creative problem solving, design of experiments, and optimization. To familiarize students with experience working as a member of an engineering work team, with experience using several modern tools and techniques to solve engineering problems. This course will help you develop the skills necessary to solve the real engineering problems facing engineers today. You will learn underlying principles and master techniques to solve engineering problems.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
This class is opened in intention to express creative imagination though speech and writing. This class is divided by 2 parts explaining writing and thoughts, speech and culture. Writing and thoughts contains association training, structures of writing, description, compare and contrast and writing logical sentences. Speech and culture criticizes culture and literature. Both parts contains many programs that enables students to participate. That should make the class interesting and also valuable.
1 2 CUL3012 General Physics & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CUL312 General Physics and Experiment 2 The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of mechanics, electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL312 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving.
1 2 GEN1031 Computer Programming (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-2
In this class, students will learn how to solve real-world problems using computers. To do that, students will learn a high-level programming language and will do programming exercises from the basic level to the medium level. The class will cover topics, such as data types, strings, operators, expressions, statements, functions, arrays, pointers, and so on.
1 2 GEN2053 Calculus 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 2 CHM1002 General Chemistry & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
CHM102 General Chemistry and Lab 2 Aim to understand the structures of the molecules and their interaction in various state. Principles and application of chemical equilibrium, coordination chemistry, oxidation-reduction and electrochemistry, kinetics, nuclear chemistry, introduction to organic chemistry. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is to understand about the culture of the moderns, can be represented in the speaking and writing skills and a free imagination, and creative and critical reason for celebration. In addition, students can participate in lectures and presentations, a discussion of the end of class for free and a variety of writing and the correct writing of the progress and lessons will be conducted. Subjective reason ability and come in a variety of situations, each student through this class so that you can be a true and accurate communication, speaking and writing skills will be able to exert.
1 2 CUL3012 General Physics & Experiment 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-2
The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL3012 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving.
1 2 GEN2053 Calculus 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course aims to survey some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examine a number of concrete case studies studied by scholars from philosophy of science and technology, sociology of science and technology, and history of science and technology. The students taking the course shall learn various aspects of modern science and technology in the context of modern society. They shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of its unique features, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of differences for proper understanding of science and technology of our time. The course will also encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society. The target audience of the course is students studying natural sciences and/or engineering. The contents of the course will be stylized each term, considering the student';s needs and backgrounds.
1 2 CHM1002 General Chemistry & Experiment 2 Basic Major 3-2-2
Aim to understand the structures of the molecules and their interaction in various state. Principles and application of chemical equilibrium, coordination chemistry, oxidation-reduction and electrochemistry, kinetics, nuclear chemistry, introduction to organic chemistry. Lecture, lab, and discussion. Open to Freshmen.
1 2 COE2022 Introduction to Engineering Design Core Major 3-2-2
To provide students with the use of problem-solving skills for solving realistic engineering problems using problem-based learning techniques, including definition of problem, creative problem solving, design of experiments, and optimization. To familiarize students with experience working as a member of an engineering work team, with experience using several modern tools and techniques to solve engineering problems. This course will help you develop the skills necessary to solve the real engineering problems facing engineers today. You will learn underlying principles an master techniques to solve engineering problems.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
Through kiscussion this course ask the following questions: (1) What is free associaton?; (2) How do you compose and make a text? How do you talk about a certain issue?; (3) What is rational and logical thought?; (4) How do you enhance originality and rationlity? The course help students acquire an understanding of text and composition.
1 2 CUL3012 General Physics & Experiment 2 Basic Major 3-2-2
The goal of this course is to make you familiar, at the conceptual and basic problem-solving level, with the physics of electricity, magnetism, heat, and waves, optics and modern physics. The basic philosophy of CUL312 can be summarized as follows: The approaches used to achieve these goals involve 1) lectures to interactively discuss and demonstrate the principles, 2) laboratory experiments allowing you to actively explore these principles, and 3) interaction with instructors in discussion sections to provide one-on-one help with concepts and problem solving.
1 2 GEN2053 Calculus 2 Basic Major 3-3-0
This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1.
1 2 GEN3041 Elementary Chinese 1 Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
The objective is to communicate in Chinese in some concrete real-life situations using culturally appropriate language and etiquette, to read and write pinyin, and to begin to recognize and type Chinese characters.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society.
2 1 COE3051 Engineering Mathematics 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transportation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. The aim of this course is to allow students to interpret engineering phenomenon from their major field using mathematical knowledge. Engineering Mathematics course is mandatory course. Exams and grades are managed by the engineering mathematics committee, comprising all professors.
2 1 MAE2001 Materials Science 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course is an introduction to the field of materials science and engineering, which is concerned with the relation between the structure and properties of materials, factors that control the internal structure of solids, and processes for altering the structure and properties of solids. To obtain these goals, including structures from the atomic to microstructural levels, defects, atom mobility, mechanical properties and phase transformations are discussed in the context of controlling properties for various applications of materials. It brings together in a unified discipline the developments in physical metallurgy, ceramics, and the physics and chemistry of solids.
2 1 MAE2051 Materials Engineering Lab. 1 Core Major 1-0-2
Physical properties of metals and alloys metallographical experiments and electrical experiments;microstructure observation of metals and alloys by optical microscope resistivity measuring of alloys stainhardening recovery and recrystallization
2 1 MAT2017 Probability & Statistics Core Major 3-3-0
Basic probability distribution functions of probability density and cumulative distribution functions, binomial distribution, normal distribution, Poisson distribution, exponential distribution, gamma distribution, etc., and basic statistics including treatments of samples, maximum likelihood method, point estimate, interval estimate, hypothesis test, goodness-of-fit test, etc. are discussed.
2 1 MAT3008 Numerical Analysis Extended Major 3-3-0
Develop basic skills in numerical methods in order to tackle engineering and physical problems.
2 1 MSE2001 Creative Engineering design 1(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-2
In this course, students can participate in research projects of professors. Student who chose one projects among others proposed by teacher makes his/her own specified proposal for the study, then do the research during the term. Students will present his research result at the end of the term. The course stresses creative thinking and research experience. The course opens to sophomores to Juniors and can be taken no more than 4 terms.
2 1 PHY2008 Modern Physics Core Major 3-3-0
Relativity and quantum ideas are considered first to provide a framework for understanding the physics of atoms and nuclei. The theory of the atom is then developed with emphasis on quantum-mechanical notations. Next comes a discussion of the properties of aggregates of atoms, which includes a look at statistical mechanics. Finally atomic nuclei and elementary particles are examined. The balance in this course leans more toward ideas than toward experimental methods and practical applications.
2 1 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for Sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global soceity where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital Convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In a global soceity, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners, and Global Mindset. Hanyang university students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 1 COE3051 Engineering Mathematics 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable.
2 1 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class.
2 1 MAE2001 Materials Science 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course is an introduction to the field of materials science and engineering, which is concerned with the relation between the structure and properties of materials, factors that control the internal structure of solids, and processes for altering the structure and properties of solids. To obtain these goals, including structures from the atomic to microstructural levels, defects, atom mobility, mechanical properties and phase transformations are discussed in the context of controlling properties for various applications of materials. It brings together in a unified discipline the developments in physical metallurgy, ceramics, and the physics and chemistry of solids
2 1 MAE2008 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 1st semester of Sophomores, students will participate in their own research based on freshman studies. After learning basic experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
2 1 MAT2017 Probability & Statistics Core Major 3-3-0
Basic probability distribution functions of probability density and cumulative distribution functions, binomial distribution, normal distribution, Poisson distribution, exponential distribution, gamma distribution, etc., and basic statistics including treatments of samples, maximum likelihood method, point estimate, interval estimate, hypothesis test, goodness-of-fit test, etc. are discussed.
2 1 MAT3008 Numerical Analysis Extended Major 3-3-0
Develop basic skills in numerical methods in order to tackle engineering and physical problems.
2 1 MMS2006 Thermodynamics of Materials 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the laws of thermodynamics, statistical interpretation of entropy, phase equilibria in a one component system, behavior of gases, reaction involving gases and pure condensed phases, as well as the behavior of solutions. (Note: A student who want to take the class 'thermodynamics of materials 2' should take this course)
2 1 PHY2008 Modern Physics Extended Major 3-3-0
Relativity and quantum ideas are considered first to provide a framework for understanding the physics of atoms and nuclei. The theory of the atom is then developed with emphasis on quantum-mechanical notations. Next comes a discussion of the properties of aggregates of atoms, which includes a look at statistical mechanics. Finally atomic nuclei and elementary particles are examined. The balance in this course leans more toward ideas than toward experimental methods and practical applications.
2 1 COE3051 Engineering Mathematics 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable.
2 1 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class. Professional Academic English (PAE) is a required course for all HYU students that develops students’ academic presentation and writing skills using major-related content. Instruction will focus on the concepts and strategies needed in order to both organize and deliver a presentation, along with informal and formal opportunities to practice them. Students will also learn to improve their academic writing through assignments that require the dem
2 1 MAE2001 Materials Science 1 Core Major 3-3-0
Materials Science 1 provides the foundation from which all other materials science and engineering courses will build. In this semester the students will learn the theoretical basis of materials with particular emphases on the relationships between the structures and properties of materials. Furthermore, our objective will be to understand how improved mechanical, thermal, electrical and optical properties can be designed into materials by controlling their structures and compositions. The course will begin by examining interatomic bonding of materials and how this determines the crystal structures of metallic, ceramic and organic materials. Next, important influences defects and atomic diffusion have on materials will be discussed. Then the course will explore the mechanical properties of materials including strengthening mechanisms and failure modes. Finally students will learn how phase diagrams of materials correlates to their microstructure and mechanical properties.
2 1 MAE2008 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course, intended for the first semester sophomore year, students will learn to conduct their own scientific research based on what they have studied in their freshman year. The course is divided into two sections. During the first section of the semester, hands-on laboratory lectures will be provided on four areas of materials science in order to teach basic experimental skills, data analysis. For each hands-on laboratory lecture, students will write a report summarizing what they have learned. Then during the second section of the semester, students will chose one topic among those proposed by the professors. The students will then prepare his/her own research proposal for the study and then conduct the research, analyze the data and prepare a final report. Finally students will then present their research results at the end of the term.
2 1 MAT2017 Probability & Statistics Core Major 3-3-0
Basic probability distribution functions of probability density and cumulative distribution functions, binomial distribution, normal distribution, Poisson distribution, exponential distribution, gamma distribution, etc., and basic statistics including treatments of samples, maximum likelihood method, point estimate, interval estimate, hypothesis test, goodness-of-fit test, etc. are discussed.
2 1 MAT3008 Numerical Analysis Extended Major 3-3-0
Develop basic skills in numerical methods in order to tackle engineering and physical problems.
2 1 MMS2006 Thermodynamics of Materials 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the elements of chemical thermodynamics including thermodynamic laws, and discusses application of thermodynamics to materials science and engineering. In practice, the following thermodynamics concepts and definitions will be covered during the semester: 1) the first law of thermodynamics, including the concepts of internal energy, heat and work, basics of transport mechanisms and heat transfer, heat capacity, and enthalpy; 2) the second law of thermodynamics, including Carnot cycle, the concept of entropy, the statistical interpretation of entropy, thermal equilibrium and the Boltzmann equation; 3) the third law of thermodynamics, including Gibbs and Helmholtz free energies, and Maxwell relations; and 4) phase equilibrium in a one component system, reaction equilibria in gas mixtures, and the P-V-T relation of solids. Overall, this course is designed to introduce the concepts of thermodynamics applied to engineering materials.
2 1 PHY2008 Modern Physics Extended Major 3-3-0
Modern Physics is the foundation of modern materials science and technology. In this class we will learn about the fundamental wave-particle duality in nature and use this concept to develop an intuitive quantum theory. We will then show how the properties of atoms, molecules and solids can be understood from quantum principles. Relativity and quantum ideas are considered first to provide a framework for understanding the physics of atoms and nuclei. The theory of the atom is then developed with emphasis on quantum-mechanical notations. Next comes a discussion of the properties of aggregates of atoms, which includes a look at statistical mechanics. Finally atomic nuclei and elementary particles are examined. The balance in this course leans more toward ideas than toward experimental methods and practical applications.
2 1 COE3051 Engineering Mathematics 1 Basic Major 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable.
2 1 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class.
2 1 MAE2001 Materials Science 1 Core Major 3-3-0
Materials Science 1 provides the foundation from which all other materials science and engineering courses will build. In this semester the students will learn the theoretical basis of materials with particular emphases on the relationships between the structures and properties of materials. Furthermore, our objective will be to understand how improved mechanical, thermal, electrical and optical properties can be designed into materials by controlling their structures and compositions. The course will begin by examining interatomic bonding of materials and how this determines the crystal structures of metallic, ceramic and organic materials. Next, important influences defects and atomic diffusion have on materials will be discussed. Then the course will explore the mechanical properties of materials including strengthening mechanisms and failure modes. Finally students will learn how phase diagrams of materials correlates to their microstructure and mechanical properties.
2 1 MAE2008 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 1(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this course, intended for the first semester sophomore year, students will learn to conduct their own scientific research based on what they have studied in their freshman year. The course is divided into two sections. During the first section of the semester, hands-on laboratory lectures will be provided on four areas of materials science in order to teach basic experimental skills, data analysis. For each hands-on laboratory lecture, students will write a report summarizing what they have learned. Then during the second section of the semester, students will chose one topic among those proposed by the professors. The students will then prepare his/her own research proposal for the study and then conduct the research, analyze the data and prepare a final report. Finally students will then present their research results at the end of the term.
2 1 MAT3008 Numerical Analysis Basic Major 3-3-0
This is a beginner’s course for numerical methods. The main objective of the course is to develop basic skills in numerical methods to tackle various engineering problems starting from solving simple non-linear equation to second-order non-linear differential equations. During the course, students learn to convert abstract mathematical principles to algorithms that are implemental on a personal computer and become familiarized with a digital language. Previous experience with computer programming is desired but is not necessary.
2 1 MMS2006 Thermodynamics of Materials 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the elements of chemical thermodynamics including thermodynamic laws, and discusses application of thermodynamics to materials science and engineering. In practice, the following thermodynamics concepts and definitions will be covered during the semester: 1) the first law of thermodynamics, including the concepts of internal energy, heat and work, basics of transport mechanisms and heat transfer, heat capacity, and enthalpy; 2) the second law of thermodynamics, including Carnot cycle, the concept of entropy, the statistical interpretation of entropy, thermal equilibrium and the Boltzmann equation; 3) the third law of thermodynamics, including Gibbs and Helmholtz free energies, and Maxwell relations; and 4) phase equilibrium in a one component system, reaction equilibria in gas mixtures, and the P-V-T relation of solids. Overall, this course is designed to introduce the concepts of thermodynamics applied to engineering materials.
2 1 PHY2008 Modern Physics Extended Major 3-3-0
Modern Physics is the foundation of modern materials science and technology. In this class we will learn about the fundamental wave-particle duality in nature and use this concept to develop an intuitive quantum theory. We will then show how the properties of atoms, molecules and solids can be understood from quantum principles. Relativity and quantum ideas are considered first to provide a framework for understanding the physics of atoms and nuclei. The theory of the atom is then developed with emphasis on quantum-mechanical notations. Next comes a discussion of the properties of aggregates of atoms, which includes a look at statistical mechanics. Finally atomic nuclei and elementary particles are examined. The balance in this course leans more toward ideas than toward experimental methods and practical applications.
2 2 CHM2024 Physical Chemistry Core Major 3-3-0
CHM202 Physical Chemistry 2 Fundamental concepts of thermodynamics, their application to chemistry and basic statistical dynamics; electrochemistry, interfacial chemistry, kinetic theory of gases, chemical reaction kinetics in the gas phase, and chemical reaction kinetics in the liquid phase.
2 2 CHM4053 Crystal Chemistry Extended Major 3-3-0
Material Properties which include the physical, mechanical, chemical, electrical, magnetical and optical characteristics are dependent on the nature of atoms (or ions) as material components and crystal sturcture which the atoms or ions are arranged in theree dimensionally. Therefore, in order to develop the material and to investigate and understand the material properties, it is essencial to learn and understand the crystal structure.
2 2 COE3052 Engineering Mathematics 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy`s integral theorem and lformula,, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor`s series, Laurent`s series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subect is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking.
2 2 DME2053 Mechanics of Materials Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the stress, strain, dislocation, uniaxial load, strain distribution of diffection, plastic deformation and elastic deformation.
2 2 MAE2002 Materials Science 2 Core Major 3-3-0
General introduction to the field of materials science - provide basic skills and knowledge in materials science to enable students to continues onto advanced subjects- required to write a term paper
2 2 MAE2052 Materials Engineering Lab. 2 Core Major 1-0-2
Themodynamic characters and their applications representing basic and macroproperties in materials;thermodynamic analysis and corrosion and protection principles of sacrificial anodes age hardening thermal analysis and Ni plating
2 2 MSE2002 Creative Engineering design 2(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-2
In this course, students can participate in research projects of professors. Student who chose one projects among others proposed by teacher makes his/her own specified proposal for the study, then do the research during the term. Students will present his research result at the end of the term. The course stresses creative thinking and research experience. The course opens to sophomores to Juniors and can be taken no more than 4 terms.
2 2 PHY4060 QUANTUM OPTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Optics has a wide application from fundamental science to real life. The application continuously expanded with civilization and played a key role in development of science. The construction of Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory, Einstein’s special theory of relativity and quantum mechanics was based on conclusions obtained through studies of understanding light and its characteristics. In this course we examine the relationship between quantum mechanics and light focusing on the importance of optics in quantum mechanics.
2 2 COE3052 Engineering Mathematics 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking.
2 2 DME2053 Mechanics of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This course covers the stress, strain, dislocation, uniaxial load, strain distribution of diffection, plastic deformation and elastic deformation.
2 2 GEN3058 Engineering Economy Core Major 3-3-0
This subject is designed to introduce students to the concepts and methods necessary for estimating values of systems, products, and services in relation to the cost. This subject leads students both to understand importance of the economic point of view of engineering also to get proficient in valuating the economical efficiency of engineering proposal.
2 2 MAE2002 Materials Science 2 Core Major 3-3-0
General introduction to the field of materials science - provide basic skills and knowledge in materials science to enable students to continues onto advanced subjects- required to write a term paper
2 2 MAE2009 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 2nd semester of Sophomores, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning basic experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
2 2 MAE2010 STRUCTURE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Physical and chemical properties of the materials are determined by the constituent atoms (or ions) and how these atoms (or ions) are arranged in a three-dimensional space. This course provides fundamental concepts for understanding how a crystal structure is generated by introducing ideas of crystal lattice, reciprocal lattice, and crystal symmetry including symmetry operations and symmetry groups (various point, plane, and space groups) to the students. This course discusses the crystal structures and symmetry elements related to the material properties. Various experimental methods for determining the crystal structure are also introduced.
2 2 MAE2060 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE Extended Major 3-3-0
This course covers the contents of introductory level of computational materials science. In the course two most important methods of computational materials science, molecular dynamics method and ab initio method, will be introduced. The computer programming with C language and numerical analysis with MATLAB software will be utilized in the course.
2 2 MMS3015 Thermodynamics of Materials 2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover th phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells. (Note: This is the class only for the students who already took the class 'thermodynamics of materials 1')
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Global Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global society where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In the global society, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners and Global Mindset. Hanyang University students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 2 COE3052 Engineering Mathematics 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking.
2 2 DME2053 Mechanics of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This course covers the stress, strain, dislocation, uniaxial load, strain distribution of diffection, plastic deformation and elastic deformation.
2 2 GEN3058 Engineering Economy Core Major 3-3-0
This subject is designed to introduce students to the concepts and methods necessary for estimating values of systems, products, and services in relation to the cost. This subject leads students both to understand importance of the economic point of view of engineering also to get proficient in valuating the economical efficiency of engineering proposal.
2 2 MAE2002 Materials Science 2 Core Major 3-3-0
General introduction to the field of materials science - provide basic skills and knowledge in materials science to enable students to continues onto advanced subjects- required to write a term paper
2 2 MAE2009 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 2nd semester of Sophomores, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning basic experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
2 2 MAE2010 STRUCTURE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Physical and chemical properties of the materials are determined by the constituent atoms (or ions) and how these atoms (or ions) are arranged in a three-dimensional space. This course provides fundamental concepts for understanding how a crystal structure is generated by introducing ideas of crystal lattice, reciprocal lattice, and crystal symmetry including symmetry operations and symmetry groups (various point, plane, and space groups) to the students. This course discusses the crystal structures and symmetry elements related to the material properties. Various experimental methods for determining the crystal structure are also introduced.
2 2 MAE3059 CERAMIC MATERIALS Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, crystal structures and all the various (electrical, structural, optical...) properties of ceramic materials will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course gain some insights and knowledges in applying a proper material in engineering products.
2 2 MMS3015 Thermodynamics of Materials 2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, and reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells. This course aims to investigate the elements of chemical thermodynamics including thermodynamic laws, and discusses the applications of thermodynamics to materials science and engineering. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamental concepts related to the behavior of solutions, condensed phases, and gaseous phases. The objective of this course is to build on thermodynamic principles developed in undergraduate programs. Emphasis will be on the fundamental concepts related to various forms of energy, understanding of first, second, third law of thermodynamics, phase transformations and chemical reactions, and determination of the stability of materials.
2 2 PHY4007 Solid State Physics Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state physics is concerned with the properties, often astonishing and often of great utility, which includes the energy band of electrons and the elementary excitation of solid that result from the distribution of electrons in metals, semiconductors, and insulators. This course introduces how the excitations and imperfections of real solids can be understood with simple models whose power and scope are now firmly established. The aim of this course is to give students an extended knowledge of the principles and ways to understand solid state physics. Topics covered include the structure, thermal and electrical properties of metals, semiconductors, and insulators. The subject matter supports a profitable interplay of experiment, application, and theory.
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Global Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global society where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In the global society, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners and Global Mindset. Hanyang University students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 2 COE3052 Engineering Mathematics 2 Basic Major 3-3-0
In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking.
2 2 DME2053 Mechanics of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This course gives lectures on analysis and relationships of stress, strain, and dislocations when materials are under loading, and stress distribution, beam’s stress, beams’ deflection, elastic and plastic deformation under axial or torsional load. Also, through theoretical and mathematical analysis on stresses and strain phenomena applied to structure under diverse conditions, students establish concepts about mechanical behavior of materials.
2 2 MAE2002 Materials Science 2 Core Major 3-3-0
General introduction to the field of materials science - provide basic skills and knowledge in materials science to enable students to continues onto advanced subjects- required to write a term paper
2 2 MAE2009 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 2(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this course for the 2nd semester of Sophomores, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning basic experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
2 2 MAE2010 STRUCTURE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Physical and chemical properties of the materials are determined by the constituent atoms (or ions) and how these atoms (or ions) are arranged in a three-dimensional space. This course provides fundamental concepts for understanding how a crystal structure is generated by introducing ideas of crystal lattice, reciprocal lattice, and crystal symmetry including symmetry operations and symmetry groups (various point, plane, and space groups) to the students. This course discusses the crystal structures and symmetry elements related to the material properties. Various experimental methods for determining the crystal structure are also introduced.
2 2 MAE3059 CERAMIC MATERIALS Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, crystal structures and all the various (electrical, structural, optical...) properties of ceramic materials will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course gain some insights and knowledges in applying a proper material in engineering products.
2 2 MMS3015 Thermodynamics of Materials 2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, and reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells. This course aims to investigate the elements of chemical thermodynamics including thermodynamic laws, and discusses the applications of thermodynamics to materials science and engineering. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamental concepts related to the behavior of solutions, condensed phases, and gaseous phases. The objective of this course is to build on thermodynamic principles developed in undergraduate programs. Emphasis will be on the fundamental concepts related to various forms of energy, understanding of first, second, third law of thermodynamics, phase transformations and chemical reactions, and determination of the stability of materials.
2 2 PHY4007 Solid State Physics Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state physics is concerned with the properties, often astonishing and often of great utility, which includes the energy band of electrons and the elementary excitation of solid that result from the distribution of electrons in metals, semiconductors, and insulators. This course introduces how the excitations and imperfections of real solids can be understood with simple models whose power and scope are now firmly established. The aim of this course is to give students an extended knowledge of the principles and ways to understand solid state physics. Topics covered include the structure, thermal and electrical properties of metals, semiconductors, and insulators. The subject matter supports a profitable interplay of experiment, application, and theory.
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for Sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global soceity where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital Convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In a global soceity, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners, and Global Mindset. Hanyang university students will be global leaders through HELP2.
3 1 CTE3003 Ceramic Materials Processing Core Major 3-3-0
This course is to introduce a comprehensive understanding of the fabrication processes for ceramic materials. The curriculum will focus on the fundamental principle,available equipments and their management on the fabrication process of ceramic materials but it will also address new applications multifunctional ceramic materials
3 1 GEN3058 Engineering Economy Core Major 3-3-0
This subject is designed to introduce students to the concepts and methods necessary for estimating values of systems, products, and services in relation to the cost. This subject leads students both to understand importance of the economic point of view of engineering also to get proficient in valuating the economical efficiency of engineering proposal.
3 1 GEN5026 Techno-Business Administration (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
The Techno-Business Administration program basically educates sophomore of engineering in both managerial principles and technological issues in order to deal with the future management environment. The program offers rigorous academic and applied courses along with an extensive international exposure. The program is also committed to educating future business leaders to successfully compete in global markets. The tracks include: Marketing Venture Management eBusiness Accounting, Finance & Business Analysis Strategy & Organization etc.
3 1 MAE3019 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS1 Core Major 3-3-0
MAE319 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS 1 The purpose of this course is to understand the physics of semiconductors, their properties and devices, and the characteristics and operation mechanisms. It covers the concept of quantum mechanics, nonequilibrium transport phenomena, p-n junction, tunneling, surface characteristics of semiconductors, and practical examples of devices.
3 1 MAE3021 FUNDAMENTALS OF CERAMICS Core Major 3-3-0
This course presents students with a comprehensive introduction to ceramics which is widely used for semiconductor industry, aerospace engineering, nuclear power industry and so on. Also, it offers introductory coverage of ceramics, their structures and properties, with a distinct emphasis on solid state physics and chemistry. This course deals with considering bonding in ceramics and their resultant physical structures, and the electrical, thermal and other properties that are dependent on bonding type. Based on the relation between the structure and properties of materials, those factors determined by microstructure, such as fracture and fatigue, and thermal, dielectric, magnetic and optical properties are discussed in conjunction with microsturcture development, materials processing, and applications.
3 1 MAE3022 Pysical Metallurgy1 Core Major 3-3-0
Physical analysis of the materials were appreciated new materials with desired structure, physical and chemical properties by utilizing the principles of alloy design, phase transformation and mechanical metallurgy.
3 1 MAE3051 Materials Engineering Lab. 3 Core Major 1-0-2
Experiments in mechanical and chemical properties of materials;transrormation in carbon-steel impact test the evaluation of stress corrosion cracking susceptibility and Zn galvanizing prerequisites: Meterials Science 1,2(MAE201,202)and Materials Engineering Lab.1,2(MAE251,252)
3 1 MEE3012 Thermodynamics Core Major 3-3-0
MEE312 Thermodynamics Review of the laws of thermodynamics, statistical interpretation of entropy, phase equilibria in a one component system, behavior of gases, reaction involving gases and pure condensed phases, as well as the behavior of solutions.
3 1 MGE3003 Metallic Materials Core Major 3-3-0
Properties and engineering application of important ferrous and nonferrous alloys; the relationship of structure to properties; effects of phase transformation in heat treatment and alloying; principles of strengthening mechanism in alloys.
3 1 MSE3001 Creative Engineering design 3(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-2
In this course, students can participate in research projects of professors. Student who chose one projects among others proposed by teacher makes his/her own specified proposal for the study, then do the research during the term. Students will present his research result at the end of the term. The course stresses creative thinking and research experience. The course opens to sophomores to Juniors and can be taken no more than 4 terms.
3 1 COE3053 Engineering Mathematics 3 Core Major 3-3-0
This subject is designed to lead students to understand partial Differential Equations(PDEs) which are treated in all the engineering applications. This provides the understanding of the derivations of PDEs through vector analysis and coordinate transformation. PDEs such as Laplace, diffusion, and wave equations and their solutions through the separation of variables, Fourier transform, and Laplace transform.
3 1 CTE3003 Ceramic Materials Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, all the various properties of ceramic materials will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course have an insight in applying a proper material in engineering products.
3 1 GEN5026 Techno-Business Administration (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-2-2
The Techno-Business Administration program basically educates sophomore of engineering in both managerial principles and technological issues in order to deal with the future management environment. The program offers rigorous academic and applied courses along with an extensive international exposure. The program is also committed to educating future business leaders to successfully compete in global markets. The tracks include: Marketing Venture Management eBusiness Accounting, Finance & Business Analysis Strategy & Organization etc.
3 1 GEN6094 Fieldwork 1 Extended Major 3-0-3
New Materials Field Placement” is intended to train future oriented brains by practicing researches and developments in advance by taking part in real task at industries, research institutes, and internal laboratories. With this subject, students are more flexible to choose their future and are more concentrated on lectures in class.
3 1 MAE3019 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS1 Core Major 3-3-0
The purpose of this course is to understand the physics of semiconductors, their properties and devices, and the characteristics and operation mechanisms. It covers the concept of quantum mechanics, nonequilibrium transport phenomena, p-n junction, tunneling, surface characteristics of semiconductors, and practical examples of devices.
3 1 MAE3022 Pysical Metallurgy1 Core Major 3-3-0
Physical analysis of the materials were appreciated new materials with desired structure, physical and chemical properties by utilizing the principles of alloy design, phase transformation and mechanical metallurgy.
3 1 MAE3025 NANO MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Extended Major 3-3-0
General introduction to material analysis - Provides basic skills and knowledge in material analysis and enables students to understand the microstructure of various material.
3 1 MAE3027 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 3(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 1st semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 1 MAE3029 MATERIALS CHEMISTRY Core Major 3-3-0
This course will cover (1) chemical properties of the materials, (2) kinetics and thermodynamics for chemical reaction, (3) chemical process and synthesis of materials.
3 1 MGE3003 Metallic Materials Core Major 3-3-0
Properties and engineering application of important ferrous and nonferrous alloys; the relationship of structure to properties; effects of phase transformation in heat treatment and alloying; principles of strengthening mechanism in alloys.
3 1 TEA3008 Engineering Educational Theories on Subject Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
In this course typical issues and themes about the engineering education and engineering teaching system are investigated in order to maximize the educational effect of engineering courses in junior and senior high schools. Special emphases are given on concrete educational strategy highlighting the basic relationship between modern industry and engineering courses, development and performing technique of engineering themes and relevant experimental methods as well as development of educational strategy and systematic teaching materials to enhance engineering originality.
3 1 TEA5008 Engineering Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
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3 1 GEN5026 Techno-Business Administration(Startup Capstone Design) (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The Techno-Business Administration program basically educates sophomore of engineering in both managerial principles and technological issues in order to deal with the future management environment. The program offers rigorous academic and applied courses along with an extensive international exposure. The program is also committed to educating future business leaders to successfully compete in global markets. The tracks include: Marketing Venture Management eBusiness Accounting, Finance & Business Analysis Strategy & Organization etc.
3 1 GEN6094 Fieldwork 1 Extended Major 3-0-3
현장실습을 통해 학교에서 배운 전공지식이 신소재공학 관련 산업체에서 어떻게 연계되고 활용되는지를 배운다. 산업체 현장 근무자들과 커뮤니케이션하고 작업의 체계적인 진행방법을 습득할 수 있다.
3 1 IME3002 Phase Equilibria Core Major 3-3-0
MAE305 Equilibria in Metals Phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells.
3 1 MAE3019 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course is an introductory course for those who want to study electronic devices. During the course, students will learn physical, chemical, mechanical and electrical properties of electronic materials including semiconductor, conductor and insulators. The basic physics controlling the movement of changes in materials will be studied, and the basic operation mechanism of p-n junction will be discussed. Ultimately, course goal is to understand the atomic structure and material properties of electronics materials, fundamental quantum mechanics, conduction mechanism, optical properties and the basic operation theory of p-n junction and metal-semiconductor junction. This is a prerequisite course for the continuing course (Electronic Device Materials 2) for further study on the electronics device theory. Taking "Modern Physics" before taking this course is strongly recommend.
3 1 MAE3022 Pysical Metallurgy1 Core Major 3-3-0
The structure of materials is closely related to the property of engineering materials. The Physical Metallurgy 1 course investigates the relationship between structures and properties of materials and aim to interpret them physically. In class, students develop a theory and verify them in practical examples. Specifically, this course allows students to explore the crystallographic structure of metals and learn techniques to analyze them. The course deals with the theory and characteristics of the crystal defects, and especially, the vacancies and dislocations in particular. This course covers the grain boundaries and explore the theory of the plastic deformation. Throughout the course, students will be provided with opportunities to consider the change of the material due to cold working and annealing.
3 1 MAE3025 NANO MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Extended Major 3-3-0
General introduction to material analysis - Provides basic skills and knowledge in material analysis and enables students to understand the microstructure of various material.
3 1 MAE3026 SOLID STATE IONICS Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state ionics is concerned with the science and technology of ions in motion in the solid state. This course covers the following topics: fuel cells and membranes; batteries; sensors and electrochromics; fundamentals of ionic transport and defect chemistry; cation/anion/mixed ionic electronic conductors.
3 1 MAE3027 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 3(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 1st semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 1 MAE3029 MATERIALS CHEMISTRY Core Major 3-3-0
Our current technologically-advanced lifestyles are ever-dependent on advanced materials. In order to continue these developmental efforts to further improve our quality of life, a thorough knowledge of material structures, methods of synthesis, and characterization technique is essential. The Materials Chemistry course will appeal to junior or senior undergraduate students majoring in chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering by leading them a step wiser from the introductory level chemistry. Students taking this course will be able to sophisticate their understandings of materials chemistry through a discussion of different classes of materials, and through being introduced to descriptions of how materials are used in devices and general technology in class.
3 1 MAE3061 MATERIALS SELECTION Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will study the mechanical properties and fundamentals of an assortment of technologically important materials. The mechanical properties will be emphasized: e.g. Yield strength, fracture strength, fracture toughness, ductility, fatigue resistance, etc. The property changes with changing alloy compositions and/or heat treatments will be discussed as well. Additionally, cost and corrosion properties are also important in discussing the mechanical properties of various materials. The following material systems will be discussed: Steels, Cast irons, Aluminum alloys, Magnesium alloys, Copper alloys, Titanium alloys, Refractory alloys, Superalloys, Glasses, Ceramics, Thin films and Composites. (These materials we will sturdy are important commercial materials.)
3 1 MAE3062 Creative Business Engineering Extended Major 3-3-0
Engineers used to believe in themselves and they create beyond reasonable physical limits. When technological failures do occur, they naturally cause setbacks but usually do not force the abandonment of dreams, instead tend to develop ever grander and more ambitious projects. Recently the paradigm of technology development followed by business creation has dramatically changed. First of all, we should find out what majority of people want and what sort of activities and resources people might be interested in. Clearly, the designs of engineers must be more than just strong enough or fast enough; they must also be compatible with the people’s demand, cultural need, as well as political and social infrastructural change. In fact, business model based on the culture and human need should be established first. And then, technology should be converged and modified in accordance with the business model. In this course, general status of the current technology will be examined. General survey of business models including disruptive, platform based and commission based, connecting the dot business model will be discussed. Next big thing, so called, including 3D printing, mobile health, Internet of things, big data etc. will be discussed with commensurate business models.
3 1 MGE3003 Metallic Materials Core Major 3-3-0
Properties and engineering application of important ferrous and nonferrous alloys; the relationship of structure to properties; effects of phase transformation in heat treatment and alloying; principles of strengthening mechanism in alloys.
3 1 TEA5008 Engineering Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
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3 1 GEN5026 Techno-Business Administration(Startup Capstone Design) Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
Techno-business Administration is a practical and strategic course for producing techno-leaders of the New Millennium that the university pursues strategically. In this course, students will learn business process from the discovery of business items to sales through project based class. Through this, students develop entrepreneurship and collaboration ability and understand business process of enterprise through practice as well as theory.
3 1 MAE3019 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course is an introductory course for those who want to study electronic devices. During the course, students will learn physical, chemical, mechanical and electrical properties of electronic materials including semiconductor, conductor and insulators. The basic physics controlling the movement of changes in materials will be studied, and the basic operation mechanism of p-n junction will be discussed. Ultimately, course goal is to understand the atomic structure and material properties of electronics materials, fundamental quantum mechanics, conduction mechanism, optical properties and the basic operation theory of p-n junction and metal-semiconductor junction. This is a prerequisite course for the continuing course (Electronic Device Materials 2) for further study on the electronics device theory. Taking "Modern Physics" before taking this course is strongly recommend.
3 1 MAE3022 Pysical Metallurgy1 Core Major 3-3-0
The structure of materials is closely related to the property of engineering materials. The Physical Metallurgy 1 course investigates the relationship between structures and properties of materials and aim to interpret them physically. In class, students develop a theory and verify them in practical examples. Specifically, this course allows students to explore the crystallographic structure of metals and learn techniques to analyze them. The course deals with the theory and characteristics of the crystal defects, and especially, the vacancies and dislocations in particular. This course covers the grain boundaries and explore the theory of the plastic deformation. Throughout the course, students will be provided with opportunities to consider the change of the material due to cold working and annealing.
3 1 MAE3025 NANO MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Extended Major 3-3-0
Characterization of materials, especially at the nanometerscale, becomes increasingly important for understanding fundamental properties of materials and developing new material systems and related applications. This course is designed to provide students with the basic principles of materials characterization and, on the basis of the fundamental knowledge, to deal with diverse types of materials characterization and chemical analysis techniques. The topics include basic principles of characterization, instrumentation development and application platform to image and probe structural, chemical, electrical, and optical characterizations at nanometer scale.
3 1 MAE3026 SOLID STATE IONICS Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state ionics is concerned with the science and technology of ions in motion in the solid state. This course covers the following topics: fuel cells and membranes; batteries; sensors and electrochromics; fundamentals of ionic transport and defect chemistry; cation/anion/mixed ionic electronic conductors.
3 1 MAE3027 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 3(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this course for the 1st semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 1 MAE3029 MATERIALS CHEMISTRY Core Major 3-3-0
Our current technologically-advanced lifestyles are ever-dependent on advanced materials. In order to continue these developmental efforts to further improve our quality of life, a thorough knowledge of material structures, methods of synthesis, and characterization technique is essential. The Materials Chemistry course will appeal to junior or senior undergraduate students majoring in chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering by leading them a step wiser from the introductory level chemistry. Students taking this course will be able to sophisticate their understandings of materials chemistry through a discussion of different classes of materials, and through being introduced to descriptions of how materials are used in devices and general technology in class.
3 1 MAE3062 Creative Business Engineering Extended Major 3-3-0
Engineers used to believe in themselves and they create beyond reasonable physical limits. When technological failures do occur, they naturally cause setbacks but usually do not force the abandonment of dreams, instead tend to develop ever grander and more ambitious projects. Recently the paradigm of technology development followed by business creation has dramatically changed. First of all, we should find out what majority of people want and what sort of activities and resources people might be interested in. Clearly, the designs of engineers must be more than just strong enough or fast enough; they must also be compatible with the people’s demand, cultural need, as well as political and social infrastructural change. In fact, business model based on the culture and human need should be established first. And then, technology should be converged and modified in accordance with the business model. In this course, general status of the current technology will be examined. General survey of business models including disruptive, platform based and commission based, connecting the dot business model will be discussed. Next big thing, so called, including 3D printing, mobile health, Internet of things, big data etc. will be discussed with commensurate business models.
3 1 MGE3003 Metallic Materials Core Major 3-3-0
This lecture generally introduces materials in materials industry (Steel Materials, Copper, Aluminum, Magnesium, Titanium, Tin, Zinc, Bearing metals, Aero-metals). Through the course, students acquire knowledge of basic concept, structure, and properties of steel materials. It deals with various steel materials, covering from general carbon steels to stainless steels. Also, it includes types, microstructures, and properties of nonferrous metals (Ni-type, Co-type, or Cu-type).
3 2 IME3002 Phase Equilibria Core Major 3-3-0
MAE305 Equilibria in Metals Phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells.
3 2 IME4007 Magnetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This lecture will be opened as the 'Tailored Industry-Academic cooperation education program of Hanyang University and POSCO'. This lecture will progress through the invitation of the expert and about the manufacturing and application technique of steel which is the fundamental materials of key industries. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique of steel manufacturing and get the information about the various practical application technique.
3 2 MAE3020 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS2 Extended Major 3-3-0
MAE320 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS 2 This course is introduction to solid state electronic devices and optic devices for undergraduate students with a background in semiconductor physics. It provides students with understanding of the principles of operation, device structure and application for diodes, field-effect transistor, photo diode, light-emitting diode, laser, power devices such as p-n-p-n diode and insulated gate bipolar transistor, negative conductance microwave devices such as tunnel diode and gunn diode, and integrated circuit.
3 2 MAE3023 Physical Metallurgy2 Core Major 3-3-0
Discusses structure-property relationships in metallic alloys selected to illustrate some basic concepts of physical metallurgy and alloy design. Fundamentals of annealing, spinodal decomposition, nucleation, growth, and particle coarsening. Concentrates on structure, structure formation, and structure-properties relationships. Also considers structural features: grain size, interstitial and substitutional solutes, precipitates, second-phase particles, and eutectoids. Examples from advanced structural alloys and low-dimensional alloys for magnetic recording media and integrated circuits.
3 2 MAE3024 INTRODUCTION TO SPINTRONICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Spintronics is the synthetic word of spin and electron. By the usage of their physical phenomenon, we realize spin information device with spin's degree of freedom. In order to achieve super accumulation, ultra-high speed and superb conservation of electricity, controlling the physics of nano-sized materials is required. In this course we analyze the physics of spin electron for application to non-volatile magnetic memory devices.
3 2 MAE3025 NANO MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION Core Major 3-3-0
General introduction to material analysis - Provides basic skills and knowledge in material analysis and enables students to understand the microstructure of various material.
3 2 MAE3026 SOLID STATE IONICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Unified treatment of phenomenological and atomistic kinetic processes in materials. Provides the foundation for the advanced understanding of materials processing, microstructural evolution, and behavior for a broad spectrum of materials. Emphasis on analysis and development of rigorous comprehension of fundamentals. Topics include: Defect Chemistry, Solid State Diffusion, Nucleation and Growth, Electrochemistry.
3 2 MAE3052 Materials Engineering Lab. 4 Core Major 1-0-2
Experiments in construction of the Eh-Phdiagram crystal structure analysis by X-ray diffraction method electrical property in noncrystalline solids and thermal analysis the measurement of equilibrium and partial pressure
3 2 MAE3060 Inorganic Amorphous Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Materials can be classified into two categories; Crystalline and Amorphous materials. Not only crystalline materials, but also amorphous material is a type of material which is very important in engineering applications. Amorphous material includes inorganic amorphous materials, amorphous metal, and polymer materials. In this course, basic theories on the structure and properties of amorphous materials will be introduced. Various applications of amorphous materials, such as optical materials, display materials, mechanical components, chemical components, semiconductor, data storage, and electronic devices, also will be introduced. The fundamental theories on the strucuture and properties, the process technologies, and technical trends in advanced applications will be discussed. The various data for material design consideration will be offered. The theories on the cystalline-amorphous transition and structural relaxation are major issues in the first part of the class and the various properties such as mechanical, chemical, thermal, electrical, and optical properties are major issues of the second part.
3 2 MSE3002 Creative Engineering design 4(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-2
In this course, students can participate in research projects of professors. Student who chose one projects among others proposed by teacher makes his/her own specified proposal for the study, then do the research during the term. Students will present his research result at the end of the term. The course stresses creative thinking and research experience. The course opens to sophomores to Juniors and can be taken no more than 4 terms.
3 2 MTE3004 X-Ray Diffraction & Its Applications Core Major 3-3-0
Film based techniques for powder diffraction fell into relative obscurity while diffractometry with electronic detectors assumed the particle role. The Second Edition, however, followed the First Edition in treating x-ray diffraction first from the standpoint of photographic methods and second from that of diffractometry; this edition changes emphasis to diffractometry as the primary technique.
3 2 PHY4007 Solid State Physics Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state physics is concerned with the properties, often astonishing and often of great utility, which includes the energy band of electrons and the elementary excitation of solid, that result from the distribution of electrons in metals, semiconductors, and insulators. This course also introduces how the excitations and imperfections of real solids can be understand with simple models whose power and scope are now firmly established. The subject matter supports a profitable interplay of experiment, application, and theory.
3 2 GEN6095 Fieldwork 2 Extended Major 3-0-3
New Materials Field Placement” is intended to train future oriented brains by practicing researches and developments in advance by taking part in real task at industries, research institutes, and internal laboratories. With this subject, students are more flexible to choose their future and are more concentrated on lectures in class.
3 2 IME3002 Phase Equilibria Core Major 3-3-0
MAE305 Equilibria in Metals Phase equilibria in alloy systems, free energy composition and phase diagram of binary systems, reaction equilibria in systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells.
3 2 IME4007 Magnetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This lecture will be opened as the 'Tailored Industry-Academic cooperation education program of Hanyang University and POSCO'. This lecture will progress through the invitation of the expert and about the manufacturing and application technique of steel which is the fundamental materials of key industries. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique of steel manufacturing and get the information about the various practical application technique.
3 2 MAE3020 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course is introduction to solid state electronic devices and optic devices for undergraduate students with a background in semiconductor physics. It provides students with understanding of the principles of operation, device structure and application for diodes, field-effect transistor, photo diode, light-emitting diode, laser, power devices such as p-n-p-n diode and insulated gate bipolar transistor, negative conductance microwave devices such as tunnel diode and gunn diode, and integrated circuit.
3 2 MAE3023 Physical Metallurgy2 Core Major 3-3-0
Discusses structure-property relationships in metallic alloys selected to illustrate some basic concepts of physical metallurgy and alloy design. Fundamentals of annealing, spinodal decomposition, nucleation, growth, and particle coarsening. Concentrates on structure, structure formation, and structure-properties relationships. Also considers structural features: grain size, interstitial and substitutional solutes, precipitates, second-phase particles, and eutectoids. Examples from advanced structural alloys and low-dimensional alloys for magnetic recording media and integrated circuits.
3 2 MAE3026 SOLID STATE IONICS Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state ionics is concerned with the science and technology of ions in motion in the solid state. This course covers the following topics: fuel cells and membranes; batteries; sensors and electrochromics; fundamentals of ionic transport and defect chemistry; cation/anion/mixed ionic electronic conductors.
3 2 MAE3028 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 4(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 2nd semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 2 MAE3059 CERAMIC MATERIALS Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, crystal structures and all the various (electrical, structural, optical...) properties of ceramic materials will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course gain some insights and knowledges in applying a proper material in engineering products.
3 2 MAE3060 Inorganic Amorphous Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Materials can be classified into two categories; Crystalline and Amorphous materials. Not only crystalline materials, but also amorphous material is a type of material which is very important in engineering applications. Amorphous material includes inorganic amorphous materials, amorphous metal, and polymer materials. In this course, basic theories on the structure and properties of amorphous materials will be introduced. Various applications of amorphous materials, such as optical materials, display materials, mechanical components, chemical components, semiconductor, data storage, and electronic devices, also will be introduced. The fundamental theories on the strucuture and properties, the process technologies, and technical trends in advanced applications will be discussed. The various data for material design consideration will be offered. The theories on the cystalline-amorphous transition and structural relaxation are major issues in the first part of the class and the various properties such as mechanical, chemical, thermal, electrical, and optical properties are major issues of the second part.
3 2 MTE3004 X-Ray Diffraction & Its Applications Core Major 3-3-0
Film based techniques for powder diffraction fell into relative obscurity while diffractometry with electronic detectors assumed the particle role. The Second Edition, however, followed the First Edition in treating x-ray diffraction first from the standpoint of photographic methods and second from that of diffractometry; this edition changes emphasis to diffractometry as the primary technique.
3 2 PHY4007 Solid State Physics Core Major 3-3-0
Solid state physics is concerned with the properties, often astonishing and often of great utility, which includes the energy band of electrons and the elementary excitation of solid, that result from the distribution of electrons in metals, semiconductors, and insulators. This course also introduces how the excitations and imperfections of real solids can be understand with simple models whose power and scope are now firmly established. The subject matter supports a profitable interplay of experiment, application, and theory.
3 2 SYH0003 BUSINESS LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
3 2 TEA3028 ENGINEERING LOGIC AND ESSAY WRITING --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 2-2-0
In this course the necessity and philosophical aspects of engineering education are investigated, and methods of building up current viewpoints about engineering issues logically and presenting subjective criticism clearly are cultivated. The ability of persuasive presentation and documentation as well as logical organization about the approach and solution for various engineering problems is to be developed.
3 2 CTE3003 Ceramic Materials Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, all the various properties of ceramic materials will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course have an insight in applying a proper material in engineering products.
3 2 ENE4071 Semiconductor Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
The spectacular advances in the development and application of integrated circuit (IC) technology have led to the emergence of microelectronics process engineering as an independent discipline. Additionally, the pervasive use of integrated circuits requires a broad range of engineers in the electronics and allied industries to have a basic understanding of the behavior and limitations of ICs. This course presents an introduction to the basic processes common to most IC technologies and provides a base for understanding more advanced processing and design courses. In order to contain the scope of the material, we deal only with material related to silicon processing and packaging.
3 2 GEN5100 Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
This course is opened to the juniors. It will help students to evaluate the road-maps that students designed in Career I class, determine their competency in terms of making a career-decision, and set a concrete direction on how to prepare for jobs when they graduate. Students who are enrolled in the class will have to submit an individual portfolio at the end of the semester. The portfolio will have to be based on students’ counseling with their advisors and what they learn in class. Additionally, the course will maximize the efficiency of its offerings to the students with its strategic cooperation with HELP 3 (an on-line required course) and Career Development II, thereby it will set and develop the standard model for career development, while the course will feature as an advanced course for Career Development I offered for freshmen.
3 2 GEN6095 Fieldwork 2 Extended Major 3-0-3
현장실습을 통해 학교에서 배운 전공지식이 신소재공학 관련 산업체에서 어떻게 연계되고 활용되는지를 배운다. 산업체 현장 근무자들과 커뮤니케이션하고 작업의 체계적인 진행방법을 습득할 수 있다.
3 2 IME4007 Magnetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This lecture will be opened as the 'Tailored Industry-Academic cooperation education program of Hanyang University and POSCO'. This lecture will progress through the invitation of the expert and about the manufacturing and application technique of steel which is the fundamental materials of key industries. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique of steel manufacturing and get the information about the various practical application technique.
3 2 MAE3020 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course provides basic understanding of semiconductor device operation through electronic and materials science approach. Field effect transistor, bipolar-junction transistor and optoelectronic devices will be studied throughout the semester. Course goal is to understand the operation principles of existing semiconductor devices, and the characteristics of materials consisting those electronic device and to understand the recently developing devices, and to provide the ability to invent new electronics devices. In-depth study on the device structure, conduction mechanism and operation principles of metal- oxide-semiconductor capacitor (MOS capacitor) and metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) will allow students to understand the new electronic devices which have been evolved and also will be invented in the future. Taking “Modern Physics” and “Electronic Device Materials 1” before taking this course is strongly recommend.
3 2 MAE3023 Physical Metallurgy2 Core Major 3-3-0
To help students deepen their understandings on physical metallurgy, the Physical Metallurgy 2 course discusses the structure-property relationships in metallic alloys, which are selected to illustrate some basic concepts of physical metallurgy and alloy design. Main topics that will be covered during the courses are fundamentals of annealing, spindle decomposition, nucleation, growth, and particle coarsening. Throughout the semester, this course will concentrate on structure, structure formation, and structure-properties relationships. Issues on structural features, which are grain size, interstitial and substitution solutes, precipitates, second-phase particles, and eutectoids will also be considered. Examples from advanced structural alloys and low-dimensional alloys for magnetic recording media and integrated circuits will be covered in class.
3 2 MAE3028 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 4(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-6
In this course for the 2nd semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 2 MAE4028 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course provides an introductory treatment of the mechanical behavior of materials with a balanved mechanics-materials approach. The topics include (1) review of fundamental continuum mechanics. (2) microstructural defects, (3) theories of plastic deformation in single- and poly-crystalline materials, (4) strengthening mechanisms, (5) Mechanical testing, and (6) mechanical behavior of advanced materials such as amorphous alloys and nanocrystalline materials.
3 2 MAE4029 NANOMATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Nanoscale materials have an extremely broad range of potential applications in the emerging areas of nanoelectronics to biological systems. This course covers the general synthetic methods for diverse nanoscale materials (molecules, nanocrystals, nanotubes and nanowires) and their unique physical and chemical properties originating from the size reduction, together with potential applications in NT, IT, BT, and fusion technology.
3 2 MAE4034 ORGANIC MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course provides the mechanical, electrical (electron transport), and optical properties of organic materials with respect to the underlying physics and chemistry. Topics include their synthesis,molecular structure, various properties, and processing methods. Special emphasis is given to the organic and polymeric materials used in the emerging electronics, photonics, and energy conversion device applications.
3 2 MTE3002 Light Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Materials innovation and application are increasingly important to sustain advanced manufacturing and modern methods of construction in the world. All around the world, industry is demanding new, cost-effective, environmentally friendly materials and process technologies to meet with legislation and consumer demands. In recent years, lightweight metallic materials have received much attention since the ability of these materials to integrate several functions (such as high strength and high ductility) in a single component can reduce the overall cost and weight of a structure. In addition, higher costs can be offset if the manufacturing process is made radically simple. This class is to aid good practice in the selection of lightweight metallic materials including aluminum, magnesium, copper, nickel, titanium and etc. for product design.
3 2 MTE3004 X-Ray Diffraction & Its Applications Core Major 3-3-0
Film based techniques for powder diffraction fell into relative obscurity while diffractometry with electronic detectors assumed the particle role. The Second Edition, however, followed the First Edition in treating x-ray diffraction first from the standpoint of photographic methods and second from that of diffractometry; this edition changes emphasis to diffractometry as the primary technique.
3 2 SYH0003 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
3 2 TEA3028 ENGINEERING LOGIC AND ESSAY WRITING --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 2-2-0
In this course the necessity and philosophical aspects of engineering education are investigated, and methods of building up current viewpoints about engineering issues logically and presenting subjective criticism clearly are cultivated. The ability of persuasive presentation and documentation as well as logical organization about the approach and solution for various engineering problems is to be developed.
3 2 TEA6008 Engineering Research and Guidance in Subject Matters --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
In this course the contents and material of recent engineering textbooks are analyzed and the construction principle of engineering textbooks according to the 7th curriculum is investigated. The constitutional method of teaching materials is studied and the ability of application and variation of teaching materials is cultivated. Moreover, the purpose, contents, organization and strategies of the engineering education to be taught in junior and senior high schools are widely discussed.
3 2 CTE3003 Ceramic Materials Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, all the various properties of ceramic materials and ceramic processing will be introduced so that the students who have taken the course have an insight in applying a proper material in engineering products. In addition, for enhancement of understanding ceramic processing and acquirement of methods about impartment of advanced and complicated properties to ceramic products the field professionals of ceramic about raw materials, high temperature materials, hydraulic materials, structural materials, electronic materials and nanomaterials are invited. So, the students can acquire basic theory and field knowledge of ceramic materials and processing.
3 2 ENE4071 Semiconductor Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
The spectacular advances in the development and application of integrated circuit (IC) technology have led to the emergence of microelectronics process engineering as an independent discipline. Additionally, the pervasive use of integrated circuits requires a broad range of engineers in the electronics and allied industries to have a basic understanding of the behavior and limitations of ICs. This course presents an introduction to the basic processes common to most IC technologies and provides a base for understanding more advanced processing and design courses. In order to contain the scope of the material, we deal only with material related to silicon processing and packaging.
3 2 GEN5100 Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) Compulsory General Studies 1-1-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
3 2 IME3002 Phase Equilibria Core Major 3-3-0
In this lecture, students who finished thermodynamics of materials will deal with examples of how thermodynamics can be applied in metal and material field. We will study about phaseequilibriainalloysystems,freeenergycompositionandphasediagramofbinarysystems,reaction equilibriain systems containing components in condensed solutions and galvanic cells.
3 2 IME4007 Magnetic Materials Extended Major 3-2-2
This lecture will be opened as the 'Tailored Industry-Academic cooperation education program of Hanyang University and POSCO'. This lecture will progress through the invitation of the expert and about the manufacturing and application technique of steel which is the fundamental materials of key industries. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique of steel manufacturing and get the information about the various practical application technique.
3 2 MAE3020 ELECTRONIC DEVICE MATERIALS2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course provides basic understanding of semiconductor device operation through electronic and materials science approach. Field effect transistor, bipolar-junction transistor and optoelectronic devices will be studied throughout the semester. Course goal is to understand the operation principles of existing semiconductor devices, and the characteristics of materials consisting those electronic device and to understand the recently developing devices, and to provide the ability to invent new electronics devices. In-depth study on the device structure, conduction mechanism and operation principles of metal- oxide-semiconductor capacitor (MOS capacitor) and metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) will allow students to understand the new electronic devices which have been evolved and also will be invented in the future. Taking “Modern Physics” and “Electronic Device Materials 1” before taking this course is strongly recommend.
3 2 MAE3023 Physical Metallurgy2 Core Major 3-3-0
To help students deepen their understandings on physical metallurgy, the Physical Metallurgy 2 course discusses the structure-property relationships in metallic alloys, which are selected to illustrate some basic concepts of physical metallurgy and alloy design. Main topics that will be covered during the courses are fundamentals of annealing, spindle decomposition, nucleation, growth, and particle coarsening. Throughout the semester, this course will concentrate on structure, structure formation, and structure-properties relationships. Issues on structural features, which are grain size, interstitial and substitution solutes, precipitates, second-phase particles, and eutectoids will also be considered. Examples from advanced structural alloys and low-dimensional alloys for magnetic recording media and integrated circuits will be covered in class.
3 2 MAE3028 MATERIALS ENGINEERING DESIGN 4(URIP) Extended Major 2-0-4
In this course for the 2nd semester of Juniors, students will participate in their own research based on the knowledge they accumulated. After learning new experimental skills, students will chose one topic among others proposed by professors, make his/her own specified proposal for the study, and then do the research during the term. Students will present their research results at the end of the term.
3 2 MAE4028 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course provides an introductory treatment of the mechanical behavior of materials with a balanved mechanics-materials approach. The topics include (1) review of fundamental continuum mechanics. (2) microstructural defects, (3) theories of plastic deformation in single- and poly-crystalline materials, (4) strengthening mechanisms, (5) Mechanical testing, and (6) mechanical behavior of advanced materials such as amorphous alloys and nanocrystalline materials.
3 2 MTE3002 Light Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Materials innovation and application are increasingly important to sustain advanced manufacturing and modern methods of construction in the world. All around the world, industry is demanding new, cost-effective, environmentally friendly materials and process technologies to meet with legislation and consumer demands. In recent years, lightweight metallic materials have received much attention since the ability of these materials to integrate several functions (such as high strength and high ductility) in a single component can reduce the overall cost and weight of a structure. In addition, higher costs can be offset if the manufacturing process is made radically simple. This class is to aid good practice in the selection of lightweight metallic materials including aluminum, magnesium, copper, nickel, titanium and etc. for product design.
3 2 MTE3004 X-Ray Diffraction & Its Applications Core Major 3-3-0
Film based techniques for powder diffraction fell into relative obscurity while diffractometry with electronic detectors assumed the particle role. The Second Edition, however, followed the First Edition in treating x-ray diffraction first from the standpoint of photographic methods and second from that of diffractometry; this edition changes emphasis to diffractometry as the primary technique.
3 2 SYH0003 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
4 1 MAE2007 Computer Simulation in Material Science Extended Major 3-3-0
Atomistic and macroscopic computer modeling as a tool to solve problems in engineering related to materials. Deterministic and stochastic methods. Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics. Emphasis on solving relevant problems in a variety of materials classes using FDM and FEM. Topics include: Energy models (classical and quantum-mechanical). Free energy computation. Phase transformations. Metastability. Order-disorder transformations. Defect properties. Transport properties.
4 1 MAE4004 Mechanical Behavior of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This course covers theoretical and experimental approaches to the mechanism behaviors (fracture, fatigue, creep and stress rupture) of metalic materials. Further the understanding of basic test procedures (tension, hardness and impact tests) will also be covered.
4 1 MAE4021 ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL CERAMICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Through the 21C industrial demands related to ceramic materials which become more and more important, this course offers the experienced students the operation principles and processing techniques of the ceramic components and device systems. In particular, hte course is focused in the fusionally tecnical materials related to the nano-information and/or nano-bio technologies (NIT and/or NBT).
4 1 MAE4022 BATTERY AND CORROSION Extended Major 3-3-0
Principles of corrosion, eight forms of corrosion, corrosion testing, anti-corrosion materials corrosion prevention, corrosion kinetics, and high temperature metal-gas reactions.
4 1 MAE4023 FUNDAMENTALS OF NON VOLATILE MEMORIES AND DISPLAYS Extended Major 3-3-0
With the coming informational society of the 21th century, the data quantity dealt by an individual is expected to increase in tera byte unit through dramatic development of information and communication service system. Therefore technology for storing and rapidly accessing large amount of data is necessary. The curriculum introduces mass capacity storage media such as optic storage, holography and scanning probe data storage. In addition the course provides the theoretical background of optic-magnetic storage media and how a various sensors could be operated. We will study the working principle and manufacturing process of advanced flat-panel displays such as LCD, PDP, organic EL and FED.
4 1 MAE4025 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTONICS AND PHOTONIC MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
A regular lecture course for studying the basics of electromagnetics and the properties of light. The basic optical phenomena such as refraction, reflection, absorption, and dispersion is explained based on the electromagnetic theory. Various complex optical phenomena applied to various devices and intruments will be dealt. It is intented to learn various application of photonics and underlying physical principles.
4 1 MAE4059 Biomimetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Biomimetic Materials is one of the modern materials science and technology. In this class we will learn about how nature’s design solution and get inspiration for human technology which we struggle. We will then show how the man-made materials and technology can change better for not only nature but also human itself. Biological organisms have achieved many remarkable solutions to engineering challenges in nature ranging from ultra-strong fibers in spider webs to cell transport by molecular motors. Biomimetics is the study of nature’s design solutions as inspiration for human technology. This course will focus on how to identify key design elements in the natural world and ways to replicate them in man-made materials and technologies.
4 1 MAE4060 Materials for Future Technology 1 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 1 MGE4025 Phase Transformations Extended Major 3-3-0
The book is effectively in two parts. Chapters 1~3 contain the background material necessary for understanding phase transformations : thermodynamics kinetics, diffusion theory and the structure and propweties of interfaces. Chapter 4~6 deal with specific transformations : solidfication, diffusional transformations in solid and diffusionless transdormations. At the end of thr chapters on solidfication, diffusion-controlles transformations and martensite, we give a few selected case syudies of engineering alloys to illustrate some of the principles discussed eariler.
4 1 MGE4068 Solidification and Simulation Extended Major 3-3-0
This lecture is to introduce a theory and a method of an appearance of solidification, which would be occurred in metals. Besides in order to cultivate a solidification specializer in a filed of industry as well as make students understood, the lesson has a theory has a theory of simulation by using computer. Moreover there is a practice to interpret a process of solidification as using PROCAST program.
4 1 MGE4069 Steel Processes and Applications Extended Major 3-3-0
This lecture will be opened as the 'Tailored Industry-Academic cooperation education program of Hanyang University and POSCO'. This lecture will progress through the invitation of the expert and about the manufacturing and application technique of steel which is the fundamental materials of key industries. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique of steel manufacturing and get the information about the various practical application technique.
4 1 MSE4003 Capstone Design Course for Senior 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-2
In this course, students can develop skills for critical problem analysis, creative solutions and technical presentation for various topics that are applicable to industry, professional research institutions and graduate study based on four years of knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. Each student chooses one group among sixteen groups that will target a specific topic. During lecture sixteen groups will present and discuss their research findings.
4 1 MTE4004 Thin Film Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
Thin-film microelectronics and optoelectronics industries are among the strongest technological drivers of our economy, a fact manifested by the explosive growth in communications, and information processing, storage, and display applications. Common to this family of related thin-film applications are issues rooted in materials science and engineering. This course introduces vacuum science and technology, the remaining text is broadly organized into three sections, which deal primarily with the principles and practices of film deposition from the vapor phase by physical and chemical methods. Next comes a discussion of the increasing importance of plasmas and ion beams in recent years to deposit, etch, and modify films. Finally film structure is considered.
4 1 TEA4008 Engineering Research and Guidance in Subject Matters Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
The course is to evaluate recent engineering textbooks to be used in the most effective teaching materials and their applications to in-school-teaching as teachers.
4 1 ENE4071 Semiconductor Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
The spectacular advances in the development and application of integrated circuit (IC) technology have led to the emergence of microelectronics process engineering as an independent discipline. Additionally, the pervasive use of integrated circuits requires a broad range of engineers in the electronics and allied industries to have a basic understanding of the behavior and limitations of ICs. This course presents an introduction to the basic processes common to most IC technologies and provides a base for understanding more advanced processing and design courses. In order to contain the scope of the material, we deal only with material related to silicon processing and packaging.
4 1 MAE2007 Computer Simulation in Material Science Extended Major 3-3-0
Atomistic and macroscopic computer modeling as a tool to solve problems in engineering related to materials. Deterministic and stochastic methods. Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics. Emphasis on solving relevant problems in a variety of materials classes using FDM and FEM. Topics include: Energy models (classical and quantum-mechanical). Free energy computation. Phase transformations. Metastability. Order-disorder transformations. Defect properties. Transport properties.
4 1 MAE3024 INTRODUCTION TO SPINTRONICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Spintronics is the synthetic word of spin and electron. By the usage of their physical phenomenon, we realize spin information device with spin's degree of freedom. In order to achieve super accumulation, ultra-high speed and superb conservation of electricity, controlling the physics of nano-sized materials is required. In this course we analyze the physics of spin electron for application to non-volatile magnetic memory devices.
4 1 MAE4015 Surface Engineering Extended Major 3-3-0
Surface treatment and protection; surface structure and characteristics and electrochemical theory, surface phenomena; theories and methods for coating and testing; electroplating, vacuum evaporation, and non-metallic electroplating
4 1 MAE4025 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTONICS AND PHOTONIC MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
A regular lecture course for studying the basics of electromagnetics and the properties of light. The basic optical phenomena such as refraction, reflection, absorption, and dispersion is explained based on the electromagnetic theory. Various complex optical phenomena applied to various devices and intruments will be dealt. It is intented to learn various application of photonics and underlying physical principles.
4 1 MAE4028 MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course provides an introductory treatment of the mechanical behavior of materials with a balanved mechanics-materials approach. The topics include (1) review of fundamental continuum mechanics. (2) microstructural defects, (3) theories of plastic deformation in single- and poly-crystalline materials, (4) strengthening mechanisms, (5) Mechanical testing, and (6) mechanical behavior of advanced materials such as amorphous alloys and nanocrystalline materials.
4 1 MAE4029 NANOMATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Nanoscale materials have an extremely broad range of potential applications in the emerging areas of nanoelectronics to biological systems. This course covers the general synthetic methods for diverse nanoscale materials (molecules, nanocrystals, nanotubes and nanowires) and their unique physical and chemical properties originating from the size reduction, together with potential applications in NT, IT, BT, and fusion technology.
4 1 MAE4034 ORGANIC MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course provides the mechanical, electrical (electron transport), and optical properties of organic materials with respect to the underlying physics and chemistry. Topics include their synthesis,molecular structure, various properties, and processing methods. Special emphasis is given to the organic and polymeric materials used in the emerging electronics, photonics, and energy conversion device applications.
4 1 MAE4035 PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS OF STEELS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the properties, manufacturing processes, and applications of steels which are the fundamental materials of key industries in Korea. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique and knowledge of steels and get the information about the various practical application technique.
4 1 MAE4036 PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course effectively consists of two parts. It will cover during first half (chapters 1~3 in textbook) cover the background material necessary for understanding phase transformations : thermodynamics kinetics, diffusion theory and the structure and propweties of interfaces. During the second half (chapter 4~6 in textbook), this course will deal with specific transformations : solidfication, diffusional transformations in solid and diffusionless transdormations. At the end of the course, diffusion-controlles transformations and martensite, it will introduce selected case studies of engineering alloys to illustrate some of the principles discussed earlier.
4 1 MAE4059 Biomimetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Biomimetic Materials is one of the modern materials science and technology. In this class we will learn about how nature’s design solution and get inspiration for human technology which we struggle. We will then show how the man-made materials and technology can change better for not only nature but also human itself. Biological organisms have achieved many remarkable solutions to engineering challenges in nature ranging from ultra-strong fibers in spider webs to cell transport by molecular motors. Biomimetics is the study of nature’s design solutions as inspiration for human technology. This course will focus on how to identify key design elements in the natural world and ways to replicate them in man-made materials and technologies.
4 1 MAE4060 Materials for Future Technology 1 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 1 MAE4062 Properties of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Principle of Materials is essential study for Materials Science and Engineering students for connecting both the basic theory of Physics and Chemistry and the application for Materials engineering. Physical characteristics of various a materials is very important for materials student to study in depth. Physical and fundamental study to understand materials from atomic and electronic points of view is very important for students in Materials Science and Engineering.
4 1 MSE4003 Capstone Design Course for Senior 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-2
In this course, students can develop skills for critical problem analysis, creative solutions and technical presentation for various topics that are applicable to industry, professional research institutions and graduate study based on four years of knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. Each student chooses one group among sixteen groups that will target a specific topic. During lecture sixteen groups will present and discuss their research findings.
4 1 MTE3002 Light Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is to introduce a light materials which are used generally as industrial material as well as physics and chemistry of an alloy, mechanical property, microstructure, a solution and casting, industrial application, an influence of alloy element for improving material property, various heat treatment, complementary method of weakness property, a relation between composition and property of material, alloy designing, material choice by special uses.
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
HELP(Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is a key program of Hanyang University for educating students who want to be future CEOs. Self Leadership(HELP4) is a leadership development online program for seniors. This program aims to foster leaders based on an analysis of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and complete the Leadership Road Map. Learning contents of Self Leardership(HELP4) incluse Self-Assessment, Self-Management and Skills to apply in Social Practices. Learning objectives of each module are as follows; Self-Assessment: Grade value of the work to do and decide priority, understand importance and meaning of manners and improve manners in social life, and understand attitudes associated with success and put them into practice. Skills to Apply in Social Practice: Define followership, understand the principles of imagination and creativity. This 16 week length course had been developed by the high-tech teaching system and online course development methods.
4 1 TEA4008 Engineering Research and Guidance in Subject Matters Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
In this course the contents and material of recent engineering textbooks are analyzed and the construction principle of engineering textbooks according to the 7th curriculum is investigated. The constitutional method of teaching materials is studied and the ability of application and variation of teaching materials is cultivated. Moreover, the purpose, contents, organization and strategies of the engineering education to be taught in junior and senior high schools are widely discussed.
4 1 TEA6008 Engineering Research and Guidance in Subject Matters --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
In this course the contents and material of recent engineering textbooks are analyzed and the construction principle of engineering textbooks according to the 7th curriculum is investigated. The constitutional method of teaching materials is studied and the ability of application and variation of teaching materials is cultivated. Moreover, the purpose, contents, organization and strategies of the engineering education to be taught in junior and senior high schools are widely discussed.
4 1 MAE3024 INTRODUCTION TO SPINTRONICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Spintronics is the synthetic word of spin and electron. By the usage of their physical phenomenon, we realize spin information device with spin's degree of freedom. In order to achieve super accumulation, ultra-high speed and superb conservation of electricity, controlling the physics of nano-sized materials is required. In this course we analyze the physics of spin electron for application to non-volatile magnetic memory devices.
4 1 MAE4015 Surface Engineering Extended Major 3-3-0
Surface treatment and protection; surface structure and characteristics and electrochemical theory, surface phenomena; theories and methods for coating and testing; electroplating, vacuum evaporation, and non-metallic electroplating
4 1 MAE4025 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTONICS AND PHOTONIC MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
A regular lecture course for studying the basics of electromagnetics and the properties of light. The basic optical phenomena such as refraction, reflection, absorption, and dispersion is explained based on the electromagnetic theory. Various complex optical phenomena applied to various devices and intruments will be dealt. It is intented to learn various application of photonics and underlying physical principles.
4 1 MAE4026 NANO PARTICULATE ENGINEERING Extended Major 3-3-0
The synthesis and processing of ceramic nanoparticles require a new understanding that is completely different from previous related physico-chemistry and methodologies due to their unique surface properties and structures. This lecture deals with ceramic nanoparticle synthesis and evaluation, dispersion and forming technology as well as fundamentals about the nano surface properties and structure of ceramic nanoparticle. Additionally, this curriculum is intended to correlate the basic science of ceramic nanoparticle to real nanoparticle-based products including electronic devices, sensors, energy development and storage devices (fuel cells, solar cells, and secondary battery), and the next generation displays (PDP, LCD, OLED, LED, and FED).
4 1 MAE4033 FRACTURE AND DAMAGE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will explore the mechanics and mechanisms of fracture and damage which can occur during static/dynamic/repeated loading on various materials (e.g. metals, ceramics, glasses, semiconductors, nanostructured materials, and thin films). Recently-developed theories and interesting case studies on the topics will be also introduced.
4 1 MAE4035 PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS OF STEELS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the properties, manufacturing processes, and applications of steels which are the fundamental materials of key industries in Korea. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique and knowledge of steels and get the information about the various practical application technique.
4 1 MAE4036 PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course effectively consists of two parts. It will cover during first half (chapters 1~3 in textbook) cover the background material necessary for understanding phase transformations : thermodynamics kinetics, diffusion theory and the structure and propweties of interfaces. During the second half (chapter 4~6 in textbook), this course will deal with specific transformations : solidfication, diffusional transformations in solid and diffusionless transdormations. At the end of the course, diffusion-controlles transformations and martensite, it will introduce selected case studies of engineering alloys to illustrate some of the principles discussed earlier.
4 1 MAE4059 Biomimetic Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Biomimetics is the study of nature’s design solutions and its inspiration for human technology, and biomimetic materials is one of the modern materials science and technology. In this course, the key objectives will be to examine nature’s design solution and to get inspirations that can be applied for human technology. Also, the course will discuss on how the man-made materials and technology benefits both the nature and the humans, simultaneously. Biological organisms have achieved many remarkable solutions to engineering challenges in nature, ranging from ultra-strong fibers in spider webs to cell transport by molecular motors. Therefore, in this course, the study focus will be on identifying key design elements in the natural world and ways to replicate them in man-made materials and technologies.
4 1 MAE4060 Materials for Future Technology 1 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 1 MAE4062 Properties of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Principle of Materials is essential study for Materials Science and Engineering students for connecting both the basic theory of Physics and Chemistry and the application for Materials engineering. Physical characteristics of various a materials is very important for materials student to study in depth. Physical and fundamental study to understand materials from atomic and electronic points of view is very important for students in Materials Science and Engineering.
4 1 MSE4003 Capstone Design Course for Senior 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-3
In this course, students can develop the skills for critical problem analysis, creative solutions and technical presentations for various topics that are applicable to industry, professional research institutions and graduate study based on four years of knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. Each student chooses one group among fourteen groups that will target a specific topic. During lecture, students of each group will present and discuss about their research findings including what they have learned such as experimental skills and the technique to analyze the results. Since the main topics dealt in this class are related to the cutting-edge issues in materials science communities, there is no fixed textbook, and recent papers and news articles are adopted as references for this class.
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
SELP Leadership(HELP4) program will give students chances to look back on themselves before they enter society and to analyze their advantages and weak points to complete the road map for leadership development. This class trains prepared leaders based on analysis of personal strengths and weaknesses and helps them to complete the Leadership Road Map.
4 1 MAE3024 INTRODUCTION TO SPINTRONICS Extended Major 3-3-0
Spintronics is the synthetic word of spin and electron. By the usage of their physical phenomenon, we realize spin information device with spin's degree of freedom. In order to achieve super accumulation, ultra-high speed and superb conservation of electricity, controlling the physics of nano-sized materials is required. In this course we analyze the physics of spin electron for application to non-volatile magnetic memory devices.
4 1 MAE4026 NANO PARTICULATE ENGINEERING Extended Major 3-3-0
The synthesis and processing of ceramic nanoparticles require a new understanding that is completely different from previous related physico-chemistry and methodologies due to their unique surface properties and structures. This lecture deals with ceramic nanoparticle synthesis and evaluation, dispersion and forming technology as well as fundamentals about the nano surface properties and structure of ceramic nanoparticle. Additionally, this curriculum is intended to correlate the basic science of ceramic nanoparticle to real nanoparticle-based products including electronic devices, sensors, energy development and storage devices (fuel cells, solar cells, and secondary battery), and the next generation displays (PDP, LCD, OLED, LED, and FED).
4 1 MAE4033 FRACTURE AND DAMAGE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will explore the mechanics and mechanisms of fracture and damage which can occur during static/dynamic/repeated loading on various materials (e.g. metals, ceramics, glasses, semiconductors, nanostructured materials, and thin films). Recently-developed theories and interesting case studies on the topics will be also introduced.
4 1 MAE4035 PROCESS AND APPLICATIONS OF STEELS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will cover the properties, manufacturing processes, and applications of steels which are the fundamental materials of key industries in Korea. Through this lecture, students can learn about the general technique and knowledge of steels and get the information about the various practical application technique.
4 1 MAE4036 PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course effectively consists of two parts. It will cover during first half (chapters 1~3 in textbook) cover the background material necessary for understanding phase transformations : thermodynamics kinetics, diffusion theory and the structure and propweties of interfaces. During the second half (chapter 4~6 in textbook), this course will deal with specific transformations : solidfication, diffusional transformations in solid and diffusionless transdormations. At the end of the course, diffusion-controlles transformations and martensite, it will introduce selected case studies of engineering alloys to illustrate some of the principles discussed earlier.
4 1 MAE4060 Materials for Future Technology 1 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 1 MAE4062 Properties of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
Principle of Materials is essential study for Materials Science and Engineering students for connecting both the basic theory of Physics and Chemistry and the application for Materials engineering. Physical characteristics of various a materials is very important for materials student to study in depth. Physical and fundamental study to understand materials from atomic and electronic points of view is very important for students in Materials Science and Engineering.
4 1 MSE4003 Capstone Design Course for Senior 1(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-3
In this course, students can develop the skills for critical problem analysis, creative solutions and technical presentations for various topics that are applicable to industry, professional research institutions and graduate study based on four years of knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. Each student chooses one group among fourteen groups that will target a specific topic. During lecture, students of each group will present and discuss about their research findings including what they have learned such as experimental skills and the technique to analyze the results. Since the main topics dealt in this class are related to the cutting-edge issues in materials science communities, there is no fixed textbook, and recent papers and news articles are adopted as references for this class.
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
HELP(Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is a key program of Hanyang University for educating students who want to be future CEOs. Self Leadership(HELP4) is a leadership development online program for seniors. This program aims to foster leaders based on an analysis of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and complete the Leadership Road Map. Learning contents of Self Leardership(HELP4) incluse Self-Assessment, Self-Management and Skills to apply in Social Practices. Learning objectives of each module are as follows; Self-Assessment: Grade value of the work to do and decide priority, understand importance and meaning of manners and improve manners in social life, and understand attitudes associated with success and put them into practice. Skills to Apply in Social Practice: Define followership, understand the principles of imagination and creativity. This 16 week length course had been developed by the high-tech teaching system and online course development methods.
4 2 ENE4071 Semiconductor Processing Extended Major 3-3-0
The spectacular advances in the development and application of integrated circuit (IC) technology have led to the emergence of microelectronics process engineering as an independent discipline. Additionally, the pervasive use of integrated circuits requires a broad range of engineers in the electronics and allied industries to have a basic understanding of the behavior and limitations of ICs. This course presents an introduction to the basic processes common to most IC technologies and provides a base for understanding more advanced processing and design courses. In order to contain the scope of the material, we deal only with material related to silicon processing and packaging.
4 2 MAE4015 Surface Engineering Extended Major 3-3-0
Surface treatment and protection; surface structure and characteristics and electrochemical theory, surface phenomena; theories and methods for coating and testing; electroplating, vacuum evaporation, and non-metallic electroplating
4 2 MAE4020 Fracture Mechanics of Materials Extended Major 3-3-0
MAE 420 Fracture Mechanics of Materials The durability of materials highly depends on the nucleation and propagation behaviors of cracks within the materials. These cracks can have bad influences on the performance of maerials and structures, and lead to the fatal failures. The scope of this course covers the elucidation of overall and detailed fracture mechanism such as fracture, fatigue and creep and also the methodology to characterize the mechanical properties of materials.
4 2 MAE4024 Powder Matarials Extended Major 3-3-0
Introduction to production and testing of metal powder, compacting of powder, sintering, hot consolidation, properties of sinterings and their relation to processing conditions and industrial applications.
4 2 MAE4029 NANOMATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
Nanoscale materials have an extremely broad range of potential applications in the emerging areas of nanoelectronics to biological systems. This course covers the general synthetic methods for diverse nanoscale materials (molecules, nanocrystals, nanotubes and nanowires) and their unique physical and chemical properties originating from the size reduction, together with potential applications in NT, IT, BT, and fusion technology.
4 2 MAE4061 Materials for Future Technology 2 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 2 MMS4020 ENERGY MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will introduce the fundamentals and basic principles of energy harvesting/conversion devices, including inorganic/organic solar cells, hydrogen energy cells, fuel cells, and secondary battery. In particular, material aspects with regard to their energy conversion efficiency, such as mass and ionic transport through electrolytes, will be highlighted.
4 2 MSE4004 Capstone Design Course for Senior 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-2
Inthiscourse,seniorstudentscandevelopskillsforcriticalproblemanalysis,creativesolutionsandtechnicalpresentationforvarioustopics(whichareapplicabletoindustry,professionalresearchinstitutionsandgraduatestudy)basedonknowledgeaccumulatedfromhisorherundergraduatestudy.Eachstudentchoosesonegroupamongsixteengroupsthatwilltargetaspecifictopic.Duringlecturesixteengroupswillpresentanddiscusstheirresearchfindings.(Note:Beforegraduation,seniorstudentsshouldtakeatleastoneof'capstonedesigncourseforsenior')
4 2 MAE4022 BATTERY AND CORROSION Extended Major 3-3-0
Principles of corrosion, eight forms of corrosion, corrosion testing, anti-corrosion materials corrosion prevention, corrosion kinetics, and high temperature metal-gas reactions.
4 2 MAE4026 NANO PARTICULATE ENGINEERING Extended Major 3-3-0
The synthesis and processing of ceramic nanoparticles require a new understanding that is completely different from previous related physico-chemistry and methodologies due to their unique surface properties and structures. This lecture deals with ceramic nanoparticle synthesis and evaluation, dispersion and forming technology as well as fundamentals about the nano surface properties and structure of ceramic nanoparticle. Additionally, this curriculum is intended to correlate the basic science of ceramic nanoparticle to real nanoparticle-based products including electronic devices, sensors, energy development and storage devices (fuel cells, solar cells, and secondary battery), and the next generation displays (PDP, LCD, OLED, LED, and FED).
4 2 MAE4030 ADVANCED ELECTRONIC DEVICE ENGINEERING Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, the operating principle, current status and the state of the atr technologies involved in three major fields of electronic industry such as semiconductor, display and solar energy will be provided. The concept of the new ideas of multi-bit nonvolatile memories, OLED and transparent oxide thin film transistor display and the thin amorphous/poly Si solar battery will be coverd in the class. This course will give an insight in the promising electronic industries in Korea to the students facing graduation.
4 2 MAE4031 DISPLAY MATERIAL Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basic concepts of comprehensive display technology from CRT (cathode-ray tube) to digital paper. Especially, the principals of the core materials used in the display engineering are investigated. Their requirement and property are also intensively studied in the field of materials science andengineering.
4 2 MAE4032 BIOMATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This class provides an introduction to the interactions between cells and the surfaces of biomaterials. The course covers: surface chemistry and physics of selected metals, polymers, and ceramics; surface characterization methodology; modification of biomaterials surfaces; molecular and cellular interactions with biomaterials biosensors and microarrays; properties of implanted biomaterials. General topics include biosensors, drug delivery, and tissue engineering.
4 2 MAE4033 FRACTURE AND DAMAGE OF MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will explore the mechanics and mechanisms of fracture and damage which can occur during static/dynamic/repeated loading on various materials (e.g. metals, ceramics, glasses, semiconductors, nanostructured materials, and thin films). Recently-developed theories and interesting case studies on the topics will be also introduced.
4 2 MAE4061 Materials for Future Technology 2 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 2 MMS4020 ENERGY MATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will introduce the fundamentals and basic principles of energy harvesting/conversion devices, including inorganic/organic solar cells, hydrogen energy cells, fuel cells, and secondary battery. In particular, material aspects with regard to their energy conversion efficiency, such as mass and ionic transport through electrolytes, will be highlighted.
4 2 MSE4004 Capstone Design Course for Senior 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-2
In this course, senior students can develop skills for critical problem analysis, creative solutions and technical presentation for various topics (which are applicable to industry, professional research institutions and graduate study) based on knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. Each student chooses one group among sixteen groups that will target a specific topic. During lecture sixteen groups will present and discuss their research findings. (Note: Before graduation, senior students should take at least one of 'capstone design course for senior')
4 2 MTE4004 Thin Film Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
Thin-film microelectronics and optoelectronics industries are among the strongest technological drivers of our economy, a fact manifested by the explosive growth in communications, and information processing, storage, and display applications. Common to this family of related thin-film applications are issues rooted in materials science and engineering. This course introduces vacuum science and technology, the remaining text is broadly organized into three sections, which deal primarily with the principles and practices of film deposition from the vapor phase by physical and chemical methods. Next comes a discussion of the increasing importance of plasmas and ion beams in recent years to deposit, etch, and modify films. Finally film structure is considered.
4 2 MAE4022 BATTERY AND CORROSION Extended Major 3-3-0
Principles of corrosion, eight forms of corrosion, corrosion testing, anti-corrosion materials corrosion prevention, corrosion kinetics, and high temperature metal-gas reactions.
4 2 MAE4030 ADVANCED ELECTRONIC DEVICE ENGINEERING Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, the operating principle, current status and the state of the atr technologies involved in three major fields of electronic industry such as semiconductor, display and solar energy will be provided. The concept of the new ideas of multi-bit nonvolatile memories, OLED and transparent oxide thin film transistor display and the thin amorphous/poly Si solar battery will be coverd in the class. This course will give an insight in the promising electronic industries in Korea to the students facing graduation.
4 2 MAE4031 DISPLAY MATERIAL Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basic concepts of comprehensive display technology from CRT (cathode-ray tube) to digital paper. Especially, the principals of the core materials used in the display engineering are investigated. Their requirement and property are also intensively studied in the field of materials science andengineering.
4 2 MAE4032 BIOMATERIALS Extended Major 3-3-0
This class provides an introduction to the interactions between cells and the surfaces of biomaterials. The course covers: surface chemistry and physics of selected metals, polymers, and ceramics; surface characterization methodology; modification of biomaterials surfaces; molecular and cellular interactions with biomaterials biosensors and microarrays; properties of implanted biomaterials. General topics include biosensors, drug delivery, and tissue engineering.
4 2 MAE4061 Materials for Future Technology 2 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 2 MSE4004 Capstone Design Course for Senior 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-3
In this course, senior students will develop the skills necessary to conduct and present scientific research based on the knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. These include problem analysis, experimental design, specific experimental research techniques and critical thinking in order to reach creative solutions for a research problem. Each student will choose one of the sixteen research groups that target a specific research theme. These topics are designed to be applicable to careers in industry, professional research institutions and university graduate study. During the lecture all sixteen research groups will be required to make a technical presentation describing their research findings and be expected to answer questions about their research. (Note: Before graduation, senior students should take at least one of the two Capstone Design Course for Senior.)
4 2 MTE4004 Thin Film Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
Thin-film microelectronics and optoelectronics industries are among the strongest technological drivers of our economy, a fact manifested by the explosive growth in communications, and information processing, storage, and display applications. Common to this family of related thin-film applications are issues rooted in materials science and engineering. This course introduces vacuum science and technology, the remaining text is broadly organized into three sections, which deal primarily with the principles and practices of film deposition from the vapor phase by physical and chemical methods. Next comes a discussion of the increasing importance of plasmas and ion beams in recent years to deposit, etch, and modify films. Finally film structure is considered.
4 2 MAE4031 DISPLAY MATERIAL Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces the basic concepts of comprehensive display technology from CRT (cathode-ray tube) to digital paper. Especially, the principals of the core materials used in the display engineering are investigated. Their requirement and property are also intensively studied in the field of materials science andengineering.
4 2 MAE4061 Materials for Future Technology 2 Extended Major 2-2-0
- The department will invite researchers from various research fields such as Nano science and technologies, Energy/Environmental technologies, Bio technologies as well as materials for information technologies, mechanical systems, semiconductor materials and devices. - This course will offer students practical experience and methodologies to design their future careers as a materials engineer through the exploration of advanced and up-to-date trends and strategies in real world research and development.
4 2 MSE4004 Capstone Design Course for Senior 2(URIP) Extended Major 3-0-3
In this course, senior students will develop the skills necessary to conduct and present scientific research based on the knowledge accumulated from his or her undergraduate study. These include problem analysis, experimental design, specific experimental research techniques and critical thinking in order to reach creative solutions for a research problem. Each student will choose one of the sixteen research groups that target a specific research theme. These topics are designed to be applicable to careers in industry, professional research institutions and university graduate study. During the lecture all sixteen research groups will be required to make a technical presentation describing their research findings and be expected to answer questions about their research. (Note: Before graduation, senior students should take at least one of the two Capstone Design Course for Senior.)
4 2 MTE4004 Thin Film Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
Thin-film microelectronics and optoelectronics industries are among the strongest technological drivers of our economy, a fact manifested by the explosive growth in communications, and information processing, storage, and display applications. Common to this family of related thin-film applications are issues rooted in materials science and engineering. This course introduces vacuum science and technology, the remaining text is broadly organized into three sections, which deal primarily with the principles and practices of film deposition from the vapor phase by physical and chemical methods. Next comes a discussion of the increasing importance of plasmas and ion beams in recent years to deposit, etch, and modify films. Finally film structure is considered.