### College Of Engineering Sciences Division Of Electrical Engineering

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權丙一 / Professor | 洪承鎬 / Professor |

林東進 / Professor | 梁聖一 / Professor |

林俊弘 / Professor | 申鉉哲 / Professor |

李贊吉 / Professor | 吳在應 / Professor |

李秉周 / Professor | 崔明烈 / Professor |

魚瀛善 / Professor | 柳京烈 / Professor |

朴珍奭 / Professor | 李東澔 / Professor |

李定勳 / Professor | 金東旴 / Professor |

李昉昱 / Professor | 盧正嗔 / Professor |

白相鉉 / Professor | 崔永振 / Professor |

金正鉉 / Professor | 南海雲 / Professor |

徐丞賢 / Professor | JIN HU / Associate Professor |

Minsik Lee / Associate Professor | Byoungho Kim / Associate Professor |

Lee, Sungon / Associate Professor | 吳새룬터 / Associate Professor |

Kim Sungmin / Assistant Professor | Joohyun Lee / Assistant Professor |

沈相完 / Assistant Professor | 高玄碩 / Assistant Professor |

文載元 / Adjunct Professor | 鄭宇相 / Adjunct Professor |

장석명 / Adjunct Professor | 张军 / Visiting Scholar Professor |

劉錫九 / Emeritus Professor | 李中根 / Emeritus Professor |

朴正淇 / Emeritus Professor | 梁海元 / Emeritus Professor |

具滋允 / Emeritus Professor | 宋澤烈 / Emeritus Professor |

金熙峻 / Emeritus Professor | 이호윤 / BK Post-Doc. |

学年 | 学期 | 学号 | 教学科目 | 科目分类 | 学分-课程-实习 | |
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1 | 1 | CUL0005 | Korean Speaking and Writing | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course is held twice a week, each for 1.5 hours. The course is mainly divided into two parts; one is Korean speaking and the other is Korean writing. Through the Korean speaking class, students will build the ability of excellent self-expression based on in-depth study about Korean language. In the Korean writing class, students will learn how to write different genres by understanding and analyzing various readers’ perspectives. Accordingly, at the end of the semester, the students will develop critical thinking ability as well as effective speaking and writing skills. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL1015 | English for Engineering | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

The objective of this course is to improve the English ability of engineering students. This course provides the fundamental background of English in terms of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension for the various subjects involved in the engineering fields. This also provides a fundamental guideline for the TOEIC exam. | ||||||

1 | 1 | EEN1001 | Introduction to Basic Engineering Design | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-1-2 | |

The purpose of this lecture is to teach the basic introduction to engineering design. The basic knowledge of engineering design will be discussed, then engineering system design will be performed. Image processing, semiconductors, circuit, computer, communication, control, electric energy, etc. are going to be the important examples of design topics for this course. | ||||||

1 | 1 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

We study basic concepts and skills in probability and statistics in this course. Topics that will be covered are random variables, distribution functions, expectation, conditional expectation as well as estimation and testing. And, basic backgrounds for theoretical statistics that can be used for applied statistics will be provided. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN0063 | General Physics 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-3-0 | |

First semester of a two-semester calculus-based introductory physics course for science and engineering majors.This course will cover physics related to Newtonian mechanics, oscillations and waves, heat and thermodynamics. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN0066 | General Physics Lab. 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

This course consists of experiments about the basic conecpts of mechanics, measurement of physical quantities, and some physical properties of materials. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN2052 | Calculus 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended for students from the colleges of engineering and sciences to understand basic concept of mathematics applicable to relevant fields. It covers several basic topics such as Inverse Trigono metric Functions, Differentiation and Differentiable Functions, Polar Coordinates, Parametric Equations, Proper and Improper Integrals, Infinite Series, and Taylor Series. | ||||||

1 | 1 | VCC1001 | Vision & Career in Campus life | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

Vision&CareerinCampusLifeisafreshmancompulsorycoursetohelpstudentsgetusedtonewuniversityenvironmentandplanfor4-yearstudythroughprofessor-studentdialogues. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL0101 | Korean Speaking and Culture | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course is designed to develop the students’ faculty of understanding complex issues and the ability to clearly express what they are thinking about. Students will be provided opportunities to practice the skills of presentation, discussion, debate, interview and to receive feedback on their performance during the class. Following this, students learn how to present their reasoned arguments and how to better understand and accept other people's opinions. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL0106 | UNDERSTANDING SOFTWARE | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

1 | 1 | CUL1015 | English for Engineering | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

The objective of this course is to improve the English ability of engineering students. This course provides the fundamental background of English in terms of grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension for the various subjects involved in the engineering fields. This also provides a fundamental guideline for the TOEIC exam. | ||||||

1 | 1 | EEN1001 | Introduction to Basic Engineering Design | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-1-2 | |

The purpose of this lecture is to teach the basic introduction to engineering design. The basic knowledge of engineering design will be discussed, then engineering system design will be performed. Image processing, semiconductors, circuit, computer, communication, control, electric energy, etc. are going to be the important examples of design topics for this course. | ||||||

1 | 1 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

We study basic concepts and skills in probability and statistics in this course. Topics that will be covered are random variables, distribution functions, expectation, conditional expectation as well as estimation and testing. And, basic backgrounds for theoretical statistics that can be used for applied statistics will be provided. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN0063 | General Physics 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 1 | GEN0066 | General Physics Lab. 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

1 | 1 | GEN2052 | Calculus 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 1 | VCC1001 | IC-PBL and Visioning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

Vision&CareerinCampusLifeisafreshmancompulsorycoursetohelpstudentsgetusedtonewuniversityenvironmentandplanfor4-yearstudythroughprofessor-studentdialogues. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CUL0106 | UNDERSTANDING SOFTWARE | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

1 | 1 | CUL2100 | Korean Academic Writing | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

1 | 1 | CUL2101 | Artificial Intelligence and Future Society | Compulsory General Studies | 2-1-2 | |

1 | 1 | GEN0063 | General Physics 1 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 1 | GEN0066 | General Physics Lab. 1 | Major Foundation Courses | 1-0-2 | |

1 | 1 | GEN2052 | Calculus 1 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 1 | VCC1001 | IC-PBL and Visioning | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

Vision&CareerinCampusLifeisafreshmancompulsorycoursetohelpstudentsgetusedtonewuniversityenvironmentandplanfor4-yearstudythroughprofessor-studentdialogues. | ||||||

1 | 2 | EEN1002 | Introduction to Fusion Engineering Design | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-1-2 | |

The purpose of this lecture is to teach engineering design methodology, which combines both engineering knowledge and humanitarian knowledge. The basic study from the engineering design course will be utilized during this course. The vision system to recognize the walking person, Robotics, 3D image processing are some of the design examples that students will design. These design examples will allow the students to understand the fusion design knowledge and increase the design capability. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0064 | General Physics 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-3-0 | |

Second semester of a two-semester calculus-based introductory physics course for science and engineering majors. This course will cover physics related to electricity, magnetism, geometrical and physical optics, relativity and quantum mechanics. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0067 | General Physics Lab. 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

This course consists of experiments about the basic conecpts of electromagnetism, waves, and modern physics. | ||||||

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 | GEN3041 | Elementary Chinese 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This is the beginning course of Mandarin Chinese for the students of any major, It is not necessary to have seperate classes depending on the students majors because the basic expressions are the same regardless fields of studies. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN4091 | Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

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 | GEN8000 | Creative English Reading-Beginning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN8001 | Creative English Reading-Intermediate | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN8002 | Creative English Reading-Advanced | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills. | ||||||

1 | 2 | ITE1009 | C PROGRAMING | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-2 | |

C 프로그래밍 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 | CUL0102 | Korean Writing and Living | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course is designed to develop the students’ faculty of understanding complex issues and the ability to clearly express their thoughts in writing. Students will be trained to write correct sentences and to format texts of various genre, and then receive feedback on their performance during the class. Following this, students will learn how to present their reasoned thoughts effectively. | ||||||

1 | 2 | EEN1002 | Introduction to Fusion Engineering Design | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-1-2 | |

The purpose of this lecture is to teach engineering design methodology, which combines both engineering knowledge and humanitarian knowledge. The basic study from the engineering design course will be utilized during this course. The vision system to recognize the walking person, Robotics, 3D image processing are some of the design examples that students will design. These design examples will allow the students to understand the fusion design knowledge and increase the design capability. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0064 | General Physics 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 2 | GEN0067 | General Physics Lab. 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

1 | 2 | GEN1042 | Elementary Mandarin Chinese | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Read the first time the Chinese rudimentary lexical representation based learning for students to learn Chinese pronunciation and tones the target language to be practical to equip the basic Chinese conversation skills-oriented daily life. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN2053 | Calculus 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended for students from the colleges of engineering and sciences to understand basic concept of mathematics applicable to relevant fields. It covers several basic topics such as Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Differentiation and Differentiable Functions, PolarCoordinates ,ParametricEquations, ProperandImproperIntegrals, InfiniteSeries, and TaylorSeries. | ||||||

1 | 2 | ITE1009 | C PROGRAMING | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-1-2 | |

This course learns the C language to used the most widely. We are aimed to solve real-world problems to learn the basic syntax and the various features. - Learn basic grammar - Analyze and design the problem - Create a C program and check the result of the problem | ||||||

1 | 2 | MAT2003 | Linear Algebra | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course, we will study the matrix theory which is indispensible to the whole engineering and science areas such as electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, econimics, psychology, etc. The subjects covered in this course include Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, Vector spaces, Fundamental supspaces of matrix, Matrix arithmetic, Determinants, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Diagonalization, Similarity, Positive definite. | ||||||

1 | 2 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

This is a basic course to learn the concepts of probability and statistics for electronic engineering. In this course, we study the fundamental concept of probability and stochastic processes. We also learn the probability distribution and estimation. Through this course, we can develop the ability to use the probability and stochastic processes for the computer/electric/electronic/communication application. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0064 | General Physics 2 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

1 | 2 | GEN0067 | General Physics Lab. 2 | Major Foundation Courses | 1-0-2 | |

1 | 2 | GEN1042 | Elementary Mandarin Chinese | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

Read the first time the Chinese rudimentary lexical representation based learning for students to learn Chinese pronunciation and tones the target language to be practical to equip the basic Chinese conversation skills-oriented daily life. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN2053 | Calculus 2 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended for students from the colleges of engineering and sciences to understand basic concept of mathematics applicable to relevant fields. It covers several basic topics such as Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Differentiation and Differentiable Functions, PolarCoordinates ,ParametricEquations, ProperandImproperIntegrals, InfiniteSeries, and TaylorSeries. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE3051 | Engineering Mathematics 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. Specifically, solution methods for the first-order and second-order differential equations are treated. Also solution methods for systems that consists of several coupled differential equations are introduced. Lastly, Laplace transform is studied as an alternative method to solve for the differential equations. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. | ||||||

2 | 1 | CSE3003 | Digital Logic Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the fundamentals of digital logic circuits. Concepts of digital circuits, Boolean algebra, logic functions, and simplification methods are first introduced for the design and analysis of combinational logic circuits. Then, concept of states, state diagrams, various types of flip-flops and analysis and design of synchronous sequential logic circuits are discussed. | ||||||

2 | 1 | DEE2037 | English Communication1-Beginning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability. | ||||||

2 | 1 | DEE2038 | English Communication1-Intermediate | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability. | ||||||

2 | 1 | DEE2039 | English Communication1-Advanced | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability. | ||||||

2 | 1 | ECC1004 | CIRCUIT THEORY 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Circuit Element: Active and Passive elements, KCL, KVL, Node Voltage Analysis, Mesh Current Analysis, Superposition Principle, Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem, Natural and forced response of RL, RC, RLC Circuits, Sinusoidal steady-state Analysis, Phasor-domain Analysis | ||||||

2 | 1 | ECC2004 | Programming Laboratory | Core Major | 1-0-3 | |

The goal of this laboratory course is to enhance the student's programming skill through several programming projects, using a high-level programming lagnuage and Unix or some similar programming environment. | ||||||

2 | 1 | EEN2001 | Undergraduate research project 1 | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

This course is undergraduate research course centered on conducting field-oriented project. Before starting the semester, students should contact professor for possible supervision and will belong to professor’s laboratory for undertaking project. Students also can be supervised by mento from company or research laboratory with field-centered topic. | ||||||

2 | 1 | MAT2003 | Linear Algebra | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course, we will study the matrix theory which is indispensible to the whole engineering and science areas such as electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, econimics, psychology, etc. The subjects covered in this course include Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, Vector spaces, Fundamental supspaces of matrix, Matrix arithmetic, Determinants, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Diagonalization, Similarity, Positive definite. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3005 | Electromagnetism 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course intends to present the fundamental laws and applications of electrostatics and magnetostatics. Main contents provided are coordinate systems and vector calculus, electrostatic field theory(Coulomb's law, Gauss's law, electric field intensity, electric flux density, divergence theorem, electric potential, etc.) in free and other media, conductors, dielectrics and capacitance, boundary-value problems, Poisson's equation, steady electric current, and static magnetic field theory. A basic understanding of physics on electromagnetism as well as mathematics on vector calculus, differential calculus, and integral calculus are prerequisite for this course. | ||||||

2 | 1 | VCC2001 | Career exploration for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

This course provides lower grade students who want to get jobs the chance to prepare their advance into society. Students can learn how to understand the world of careers and think about their future plan by exploring career. Students will have online-class where they take test related to career-psychology and make their own career-roadmap in order to analyze themselves and explore their careers. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE3051 | Engineering Mathematics 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. Specifically, solution methods for the first-order and second-order differential equations are treated. Also solution methods for systems that consists of several coupled differential equations are introduced. Lastly, Laplace transform is studied as an alternative method to solve for the differential equations. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. | ||||||

2 | 1 | CSE3003 | Digital Logic Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the fundamentals of digital logic circuits. Concepts of digital circuits, Boolean algebra, logic functions, and simplification methods are first introduced for the design and analysis of combinational logic circuits. Then, concept of states, state diagrams, various types of flip-flops and analysis and design of synchronous sequential logic circuits are discussed. | ||||||

2 | 1 | DEE2037 | English Communication1-Beginning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 1 | DEE2038 | English Communication1-Intermediate | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 1 | DEE2039 | English Communication1-Advanced | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 1 | DEE2051 | English for Academic Purpose 1:Integrated Skills | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 1 | ECC1004 | CIRCUIT THEORY 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Circuit Element: Active and Passive elements, KCL, KVL, Node Voltage Analysis, Mesh Current Analysis, Superposition Principle, Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem, Natural and forced response of RL, RC, RLC Circuits, Sinusoidal steady-state Analysis, Phasor-domain Analysis | ||||||

2 | 1 | ECC2004 | Programming Laboratory | Core Major | 1-0-2 | |

The goal of this laboratory course is to enhance the student's programming skill through several programming projects, using a high-level programming lagnuage and Unix or some similar programming environment. | ||||||

2 | 1 | EEN2001 | Undergraduate research project 1 | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

This course is undergraduate research course centered on conducting field-oriented project. Before starting the semester, students should contact professor for possible supervision and will belong to professor’s laboratory for undertaking project. Students also can be supervised by mento from company or research laboratory with field-centered topic. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3005 | Electromagnetism 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course intends to present the fundamental laws and applications of electrostatics and magnetostatics. Main contents provided are coordinate systems and vector calculus, electrostatic field theory(Coulomb's law, Gauss's law, electric field intensity, electric flux density, divergence theorem, electric potential, etc.) in free and other media, conductors, dielectrics and capacitance, boundary-value problems, Poisson's equation, steady electric current, and static magnetic field theory. A basic understanding of physics on electromagnetism as well as mathematics on vector calculus, differential calculus, and integral calculus are prerequisite for this course. | ||||||

2 | 1 | VCC2001 | IC-PBL & Career exploration for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

This course provides lower grade students who want to get jobs the chance to prepare their advance into society. Students can learn how to understand the world of careers and think about their future plan by exploring career. Students will have online-class where they take test related to career-psychology and make their own career-roadmap in order to analyze themselves and explore their careers. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE3051 | Engineering Mathematics 1 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. Specifically, solution methods for the first-order and second-order differential equations are treated. Also solution methods for systems that consists of several coupled differential equations are introduced. Lastly, Laplace transform is studied as an alternative method to solve for the differential equations. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. | ||||||

2 | 1 | DEE2051 | English for Academic Purpose 1:Integrated Skills | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 1 | EEN2003 | Logic Design and Lab | Core Major | 4-3-2 | |

2 | 1 | EEN2004 | Computer Programming | Major Foundation Courses | 3-2-2 | |

2 | 1 | ELE2003 | Circuit Theory | Core Major | 4-4-0 | |

This course covers the basic concepts of electrical circuits and how to interpret them. Students will become familiar with the various basic circuit elements such as voltage/current sources, resistor (R), inductor (L), and capacitor (C). This course will cover the basic principles for analyzing electrical circuits: Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, node voltage analysis, mesh current analysis, superposition principle, source transformation, Thevenin equivalent circuit. Students will learn how to properly analyze the voltage/current response of simple RC, RL, and RLC circuits in the time and frequency domain. Furthermore, sinusoidal steady state response of electrical circuits that utilizes the concept of phasor and impedance will be explained. In addition, three-phase circuits, the concept of AC power, and magnetic coupled inductors will be covered. | ||||||

2 | 1 | PHY3005 | Electromagnetism 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Electromagnetism is the most fundamental theory that can generally explain the electrical phenomena presented in the natural world. All areas covered by electrical engineering, such as electrical/electronic circuits as well as electric energy and radio waves, can be understood through electromagnetism. Electromagnetism include the basic law for the electric/magnetic field, how to interpret the electromagnet in space, the understanding of energy through the electric/magnetic field, the meaning of capacitance, inductance, etc. In this department, Electromagnetism is operated in two subjects: Electromagnetism 1 and Electromagnetism 2. The preceding subject, Electromagnetism 1 covers Static Electric Field and Electromagnetism 2 deals with Static Magnetic Fields and Dynamic Electric/Magnetic Field. This subject, Electromagnetism 1 explains coordinate system theory and vector calculus to interpret electric/magnetic field. And, the basic law of static electric field is provided. Students will learn how to interpret static electric field in vacuum, dielectric and conductor and study energy, potential and capacitance in electrostatic system. | ||||||

2 | 1 | VCC2001 | IC-PBL & Career exploration for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

This course provides lower grade students who want to get jobs the chance to prepare their advance into society. Students can learn how to understand the world of careers and think about their future plan by exploring career. Students will have online-class where they take test related to career-psychology and make their own career-roadmap in order to analyze themselves and explore their careers. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3052 | Engineering Mathematics 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. Specifically, Fourier series and complex function will be mainly treated in this course. In the first part, several periodic functions and their related Fourier analysis will be studied. In the second part, complex number and complex function are introduced along with several related mathematical analysis methods. | ||||||

2 | 2 | DEE2040 | English Communication2-Beginning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson. | ||||||

2 | 2 | DEE2041 | English Communication2-Intermediate | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson. | ||||||

2 | 2 | DEE2042 | English Communication2-Advanced | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC1005 | PHYSICAL ELECTRONICS | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course provides undergraduate students with a sound understanding of fundamental physics of semiconductor materials and devices. This course covers semiconductor structures, carrier modeling, carrier actions(diffusion, drift, generation and recombination, etc.), basic semiconductor equations, PN junction diodes(electrostatics, current-voltage characteristics of ideal PN diodes, nonideal phenomena, etc.), MS junctions(Schottky and Ohmic contacts, thermionic emission current, capacitance-voltage characteristics, etc.), and basic device fabrication. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC1006 | CIRCUIT THEORY 2 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

Sinusoidal steady-state Analysis, Phasor-domain Analysis, Power Analysis, Laplace Transform, Convolution Theorem, Frequency-domain Analysis, Frequency response, Magnetically coupled circuit, two-port network. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC1008 | LOGIC DESIGN LAB | Core Major | 1-0-3 | |

The objective of this course is to allow students to understand the fundamentals of digital logic elements, and design digital logic circuits using experimental equipment and digital ICs. Main topics considered are introduction to digital IC, experimentation of logic gates, design of adders, decoders and multiplexers, design and implementation of counter and arithmetic operators. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC2005 | Basic Electric Circuit Laboratory | Core Major | 1-0-3 | |

Fundamental experiments on electric circuits and electrical characteristics of semiconductor devices ; analysis and synthesis of basic circuits, understanding of the circuit devices and electric energy, understanding of the electrical characteristics of diode and BJTs. Topics included are characteristics of capacitor and inductor, frequency response of RL and RC circuits, circuit configuration and frequency response of RLC circuits, understanding of ac circuits and peak power transfer principle, measurement of diode current and voltage, transistor characteristics, OP amp. characteristics. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC2006 | Digital System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with digital module, design and system design based on the digital logic design course. This includes adders, multipliers, floating-point processor, arithmetic logic unit, digital signal processor, memory controller, basic deigital i/o logics, communication protocol logics, and so on. VHDL and FPGA are used for design of digital applications such as digital image processing, display, IT applications and so on. | ||||||

2 | 2 | EEN2002 | Undergraduate Research Course2 | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

This course is the second course of undergraduate project 1. Basically, students will complete undergraduate research activity under supervision of the same professor of undergraduate project 1.. | ||||||

2 | 2 | EIS2001 | System Modeling and Design | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

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. | ||||||

2 | 2 | INE2011 | Data Structures | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

Fundamental data structures and algorithms from a variety of application areas covered and several basic mathematical topics discussed. Includes: array, stack, queue, list, tree, graph, sorting, hashing, heap, and search structures. Prerequisite: an understanding of the basic principles of computer science and computer architectures, significant programming experience with a working knowledge of C and UNIX(or some similar programming environment). | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3006 | Electromagnetism 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course consists of time-variant Maxwells Equations, transmission-line theory, etc. The main topics of this course are as follow; Faradays Law, Maxwells Equation, wave equation, the propagation of plane-waves in various mediums, reflection/transmission of normal/oblique incident plane-waves, derivation of transmission-line equation, propagation characteristics in transmission-lines. Students attending this course are required to have previously taken the course of Electromagnetic Theory. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3052 | Engineering Mathematics 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. Specifically, Fourier series and complex function will be mainly treated in this course. In the first part, several periodic functions and their related Fourier analysis will be studied. In the second part, complex number and complex function are introduced along with several related mathematical analysis methods. | ||||||

2 | 2 | DEE2040 | English Communication2-Beginning | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 2 | DEE2041 | English Communication2-Intermediate | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 2 | DEE2042 | English Communication2-Advanced | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 2 | DEE2052 | English for Academic Purpose 2:Writing | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 2 | ECC1005 | PHYSICAL ELECTRONICS | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course provides undergraduate students with a sound understanding of fundamental physics of semiconductor materials and devices. This course covers semiconductor structures, carrier modeling, carrier actions(diffusion, drift, generation and recombination, etc.), basic semiconductor equations, PN junction diodes(electrostatics, current-voltage characteristics of ideal PN diodes, nonideal phenomena, etc.), MS junctions(Schottky and Ohmic contacts, thermionic emission current, capacitance-voltage characteristics, etc.), and basic device fabrication. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC1006 | CIRCUIT THEORY 2 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

Sinusoidal steady-state Analysis, Phasor-domain Analysis, Power Analysis, Laplace Transform, Convolution Theorem, Frequency-domain Analysis, Frequency response, Magnetically coupled circuit, two-port network. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC1008 | LOGIC DESIGN LAB | Core Major | 1-0-2 | |

The objective of this course is to allow students to understand the fundamentals of digital logic elements, and design digital logic circuits using experimental equipment and digital ICs. Main topics considered are introduction to digital IC, experimentation of logic gates, design of adders, decoders and multiplexers, design and implementation of counter and arithmetic operators. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC2005 | Basic Electric Circuit Laboratory | Core Major | 1-0-2 | |

Fundamental experiments on electric circuits and electrical characteristics of semiconductor devices ; analysis and synthesis of basic circuits, understanding of the circuit devices and electric energy, understanding of the electrical characteristics of diode and BJTs. Topics included are characteristics of capacitor and inductor, frequency response of RL and RC circuits, circuit configuration and frequency response of RLC circuits, understanding of ac circuits and peak power transfer principle, measurement of diode current and voltage, transistor characteristics, OP amp. characteristics. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ECC2006 | Digital System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with digital module, design and system design based on the digital logic design course. This includes adders, multipliers, floating-point processor, arithmetic logic unit, digital signal processor, memory controller, basic deigital i/o logics, communication protocol logics, and so on. VHDL and FPGA are used for design of digital applications such as digital image processing, display, IT applications and so on. | ||||||

2 | 2 | EEN2002 | Undergraduate Research Course2 | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

This course is the second course of undergraduate project 1. Basically, students will complete undergraduate research activity under supervision of the same professor of undergraduate project 1.. | ||||||

2 | 2 | EIS2001 | System Modeling and Design | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

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. | ||||||

2 | 2 | INE2011 | Data Structures | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

Fundamental data structures and algorithms from a variety of application areas covered and several basic mathematical topics discussed. Includes: array, stack, queue, list, tree, graph, sorting, hashing, heap, and search structures. Prerequisite: an understanding of the basic principles of computer science and computer architectures, significant programming experience with a working knowledge of C and UNIX(or some similar programming environment). | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3006 | Electromagnetism 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course consists of time-variant Maxwells Equations, transmission-line theory, etc. The main topics of this course are as follow; Faradays Law, Maxwells Equation, wave equation, the propagation of plane-waves in various mediums, reflection/transmission of normal/oblique incident plane-waves, derivation of transmission-line equation, propagation characteristics in transmission-lines. Students attending this course are required to have previously taken the course of Electromagnetic Theory. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3052 | Engineering Mathematics 2 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with modeling of engineering phenomena, and studies fundamental mathematical methods to analyze and understand the mathematical models. The students are taught to apply these concepts to real applications. Specifically, Fourier series and complex function will be mainly treated in this course. In the first part, several periodic functions and their related Fourier analysis will be studied. In the second part, complex number and complex function are introduced along with several related mathematical analysis methods. | ||||||

2 | 2 | DEE2052 | English for Academic Purpose 2:Writing | Compulsory General Studies | 2-2-0 | |

2 | 2 | EEN2005 | Circuit Theory and Laboratory | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

2 | 2 | INE2011 | Data Structures | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

Data structure is a method of storing data in a memory space so that an algorithm or program can use the data efficiently when solving a problem. When designing algorithms or programs, it is important to consider which data structure to choose first. This lecture focuses on various methods of expressing data and basic operations. This course covers basic concepts of arrays and linked lists, and how to use them to represent stacks, queues, trees, and graphs, and how to solve various application problems. It also explains the inseparable relation between data structures and algorithms, focusing on sorting problems, search problems, and graph problems, and deals with various basic algorithms so that they can be directly applied to other application programming. | ||||||

2 | 2 | MAT2003 | Linear Algebra | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the matrix theory which is indispensable to the whole engineering and science areas such as electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, economics, psychology, etc. The subjects covered in this course include systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, vector spaces, fundamental subspaces of the matrix, matrix arithmetic, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, diagonalization, similarity, positive definite. | ||||||

2 | 2 | PHY3006 | Electromagnetism 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Electromagnetism is the most fundamental theory that can generally explain the electrical phenomena presented in the natural world. All areas covered by electrical engineering, such as electrical/electronic circuits as well as electric energy and radio waves, can be understood through electromagnetism. Electromagnetism include the basic law for the electric/magnetic field, how to interpret the electromagnet in space, the understanding of energy through the electric/magnetic field, the meaning of capacitance, inductance, etc. In this department, Electromagnetism is operated in two subjects: Electromagnetism 1 and Electromagnetism 2. The preceding subject, Electromagnetism 1 covers Static Electric Field and Electromagnetism 2 deals with Static Magnetic Fields and Dynamic Electric/Magnetic Field. In this subject, Electromagnetism 2, students will understand the basic laws of static magnetic field. based on Electromagnetism 1. And, Dynamic Electromagnetism will be provided and Maxwell’s Equation will be understood by learning electric and magnetic fields in dynamic state. Through dynamic electromagnetism, students will understand Transmission lines, Wave equation, Reflection, propagation and so on. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC1010 | ELECTRONIC CITCUITS 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

The purpose of this course is to provide the basic concepts of linear modeling, analyzing capability of electronic circuits, and the physical characteristics of Diodes, BJT, and MOSFETs. Also the concept of bias and amplification for semiconductor devices, design capability of electronic circuits, analyzing capability of electronic circuits using SPICE program, and the basic concept on IC design are covered. Topics covered include introduction to electronics, diodes, BJTs, MOSFETs, differential amplifiers & integrated circuit design. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3003 | Electric Power Engineering | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Eletric power engineering, also called power systems engineering deals with the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power as well as the electrical devices connected to such systems. Recently, conventional power systems based on centralized, long-distance, large-scale power supply methods are rapidly changing into dispersed, short-distance, small-scale power supply methods by means of renewable energy sources. And a introduction of smart grid requires students to have fundamental knowledges about electric power device and system. Through this lecture, based on three phase ac power systems, large-scale transmission and distribution line, electric power equipments will be introduced. In addition, high voltage dc power systems and smart grid will be dealt with in this lecture. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3004 | Theory of Random Variables | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to understand probability and random process theory needed in analyzing noisy systems and noise filtering. Topics covered include set theory, probability axioms, random variables, stochastic processes, modeling and simulation of probabilistic phenomena, and maximum likelihood estimators for system parameter estimation. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3005 | Advanced Electro-Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Aim,Contents :TointroducefundamentaltheoremofSolidstatedevice :TounderstandgeneralphysicsofsemiconductorandextendintoPNjunction :Theprecedingcourseforfullunderstandingofcommercialsemiconductordevices, thatIs,BJT,FET :To understand high-field effect of CMOS transistor | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC4011 | Invited Special Topics | Extended Major | 1-2-0 | |

This subject is to provide students with general understanding of Electronic Engineering and help students decide what to do after graduation. Every week seminar will be held with different topic. Experts in diverse area will be invited. Students should submit weekly report by summarizing the content of weekly seminar and prepare final report by focussing on a special topic of their interest. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECE3008 | Signals and Systems | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

Continuous and discrete-time transform analysis techniques with illustrative applications. Linear and time-invariant systems, transfer functions. Fourier series, Fourier transform, Laplace and Z-transforms. Sampling and reconstruction. Solution of differential equations using transforms. Frequency response, Bode plots, stability analysis. illustrated by analysis of communication systems and feedback control systems. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EIS1003 | CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is organized to study basic concepts of control systems, controller design, system analysis methods, and computer softwares used for such purposes. The topics include the followings: 1. Transfer functions and signal-flow graph 2. Mathematical modeling of physical systems 3. Stability of linear control systems 4. Time-domain analysis and root-locus techniques | ||||||

3 | 1 | EIS1018 | Computer Architecture | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objectives of this course is to teach knowledge necessary to understand the operating principles of computer hardwares and operating systems. First, for the understanding of the computer architecture, the topics for the components of computers and their functions are presented. The other topics included are CPU instruction cycle, memory interface circuits, cache organizations, I/O interfaces. Based on the hardware knowledge, the basic concepts and functions of operating systems are covered. Especially, topics concerning process management, scheduling, and memery management are included. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ENE4041 | Micro-Processor Applications | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course covers the basic architecture of microcomputer systems including CPUs (8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microprocessors), memory systems, and IO systems. Topics include assembly language, memory organization techniques, IO interface schemes between CPU and IO devices. Prerequisite: Digital Logic Design. | ||||||

3 | 1 | VCC3001 | Career Competency development for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-2-0 | |

This course supports Junior students to plan their specific career which is in accordance with student's future plan. This course also supports self-improvement and managing career in order to actualize their future plan. The class will be presented in large-scale divided by the major. It will provide the information about getting the jobs and the kind of skills to get a job sice the class will mainly focus on the characteristic of the major and major-related jobs. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC1010 | ELECTRONIC CITCUITS 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

The purpose of this course is to provide the basic concepts of linear modeling, analyzing capability of electronic circuits, and the physical characteristics of Diodes, BJT, and MOSFETs. Also the concept of bias and amplification for semiconductor devices, design capability of electronic circuits, analyzing capability of electronic circuits using SPICE program, and the basic concept on IC design are covered. Topics covered include introduction to electronics, diodes, BJTs, MOSFETs, differential amplifiers & integrated circuit design. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3003 | Electric Power Engineering | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Eletric power engineering, also called power systems engineering deals with the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power as well as the electrical devices connected to such systems. Recently, conventional power systems based on centralized, long-distance, large-scale power supply methods are rapidly changing into dispersed, short-distance, small-scale power supply methods by means of renewable energy sources. And a introduction of smart grid requires students to have fundamental knowledges about electric power device and system. Through this lecture, based on three phase ac power systems, large-scale transmission and distribution line, electric power equipments will be introduced. In addition, high voltage dc power systems and smart grid will be dealt with in this lecture. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3004 | Theory of Random Variables | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to understand probability and random process theory needed in analyzing noisy systems and noise filtering. Topics covered include set theory, probability axioms, random variables, stochastic processes, modeling and simulation of probabilistic phenomena, and maximum likelihood estimators for system parameter estimation. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3005 | Advanced Electro-Physics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Aim,Contents :TointroducefundamentaltheoremofSolidstatedevice :TounderstandgeneralphysicsofsemiconductorandextendintoPNjunction :Theprecedingcourseforfullunderstandingofcommercialsemiconductordevices, thatIs,BJT,FET :To understand high-field effect of CMOS transistor | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECE3008 | Signals and Systems | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

Continuous and discrete-time transform analysis techniques with illustrative applications. Linear and time-invariant systems, transfer functions. Fourier series, Fourier transform, Laplace and Z-transforms. Sampling and reconstruction. Solution of differential equations using transforms. Frequency response, Bode plots, stability analysis. illustrated by analysis of communication systems and feedback control systems. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EEN3002 | Convergence Design of Advanced Electronic Engineering | Extended Major | 2-1-2 | |

This course consists of the theory and the experiments for the seven research areas, such as semiconductor, computer, circuit design, signal processing, control, electrical energy, and communications. Students can have the chance to be encouraged for each research area, resulting in better understanding of the major. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EEN3003 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 1 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 1 | EIS1003 | CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 1 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is organized to study basic concepts of control systems, controller design, system analysis methods, and computer softwares used for such purposes. The topics include the followings: 1. Transfer functions and signal-flow graph 2. Mathematical modeling of physical systems 3. Stability of linear control systems 4. Time-domain analysis and root-locus techniques | ||||||

3 | 1 | EIS1018 | Computer Architecture | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objectives of this course is to teach knowledge necessary to understand the operating principles of computer hardwares and operating systems. First, for the understanding of the computer architecture, the topics for the components of computers and their functions are presented. The other topics included are CPU instruction cycle, memory interface circuits, cache organizations, I/O interfaces. Based on the hardware knowledge, the basic concepts and functions of operating systems are covered. Especially, topics concerning process management, scheduling, and memery management are included. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ENE4041 | Micro-Processor Applications | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course covers the basic architecture of microcomputer systems including CPUs (8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit microprocessors), memory systems, and IO systems. Topics include assembly language, memory organization techniques, IO interface schemes between CPU and IO devices. Prerequisite: Digital Logic Design. | ||||||

3 | 1 | CSE3027 | Computer Networks | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course treats various architectures used in computer networks, including physical, medium access, network and transmission layers. During the course, many practical network architectures used in constituting BAN, PAN, LAN, MAN and WAN are introduced and discussed. Our main focus is especially on interactions between protocol elements and network performances. And we try to understand why so many network architectures exist in the history and what the success factors are. Especially, 3G, 4G, and 5G architectures of mobile networks are investigated and the development of future computer networks is looked for. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC1005 | Semiconductor Physics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal is to provide basic understanding of the semiconductor physics and principles of semiconductor devices. This will later serve as the foundation for advanced semiconductor device courses and integrated circuits courses. This course will provide essential knowledge on semiconductor physics, and the basic building blocks of semiconductor devices: the pn junction diode, which will later help students learn and understand more advanced devices such as BJTs and MOSFETs. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECC3004 | Theory of Random Variables | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to understand probability and random process theory needed in analyzing noisy systems and noise filtering. Topics covered include random variables, stochastic processes, modeling and simulation of probabilistic phenomena, and estimators for system parameter estimation (e.g., maximum likelihood estimators). | ||||||

3 | 1 | ECE3008 | Signals and Systems | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

The primary goal of this course is to make the students catch the basic concepts and characteristics of signal, system and signal processing. It first introduces the basic theory of the continuous/discrete time signals and systems, impulse response, the characteristics of linear time invariant systems and the convolution. Then, the analysis technique in the frequency domain using the Fourier transform theory of continuous/discrete time signal is introduced. The sampling theory to transform a continuous analog signal into discrete digital signal and the analysis of the system using the Z-transform are also covered. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EEN3003 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 1 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 1 | EEN3005 | Control System Modeling | Extended Major | 4-4-0 | |

3 | 1 | EEN3006 | Electrical Energy Engineering | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

3 | 1 | ENE3011 | Microelectronic Circuits | Core Major | 4-4-0 | |

This course provides the analysis and design of basic electronic circuits using semiconductor devices. Moreover, this course lectures on equivalent circuit models of BJT and MOSFET devices, including diodes, and basic analysis of amplification circuits, and design process. It also analyzes biasing circuits and sub-circuits (differential amplifiers, op-amps, current-sources, etc.) used in integrated circuits and develops basic electronic circuit design capabilities. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ENE4041 | Micro-Processor Applications | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

The system architecture is discussed with respect to micro-processor as well as micro-controller. The architecture is extended to further investigate controlling methods in micro-controller based systems. The control mechanisms are discussed in both theory and real practices. The practices will be performed using micro-controller based hardware system. The topics include architectures of micro-processor and micro-controller, register and memory structures, instructions and their addressing modes, and peripherals and communications. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC1015 | COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles in the analysis and design of communication system. Students taking this course have a basic understanding of analysis of signals and noise, modulation and demodulation methods of baseband signals, analysis and processing of bandpass signals, and AM/FM/PM modulation system. Main topics covered in this course are a review of basic material on signals and systems in time and frequency domain, a review of probability and random processes to the extent that is necessary for a first course in communications, and modulation and demodulation techniques. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC3006 | INTRODUCTION OF IMAGE PROCESSING | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal is to learn about basic image processing for the nature of an image in order to improve its pictorial information for human interpretation or/and render it mor suitable for autonomous machine perception. Applications of Digital image processing will be investigated. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECE4065 | Computer Network1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course teaches architecture of the computer networks, and communication services and protocols at each layer. For applicaiton layer, Web, email and file transfer services and protocols are introduced. Transport services and TCP/UDP protocols are discussed in the transport layer. Routing, congestion control and IP protocol are introduced in the network layer. This course also covers security in computer networks. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EEN3001 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design1 | Extended Major | 3-1-2 | |

In this course, students are expected to work alone or with his/her team members to select the topic and do the project for the duration of a semester. Students can choose the topic on their own or the supervising instructor may help them to choose one. Through this course, students are able to go through the whole process of the project, and have the opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge to the actual systems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EIS1011 | CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objectives of this course are to study computer-based modelling, design and implementation of a control system, analysis of the control system in the frequency domain and understanding the characteristics of system performance with respect to the change of the control system. The topics consist of frequency response of a closed loop system, Nyquist diagram and stability analysis, Bode plot and stability analysis, design of PD, PI and PID controllers using MATLAB. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EIS1020 | Devices and Process | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This lecture deals with fundamentals of transistors and processing technologies. The state-of-the-art technologies of the nano scale device application are introduced in this course. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ELE3033 | Transmission Line Engineering | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended to serve as an introductory course in the general area of electric signal and energy propagation. It is assumed that the student has a reasonably through background in circuit analysis and static field theory and also some familiarity with differential equations and vector analysis, both of which are indispensable in wave theory. Some of the contents are transmission-line theory, lossy and lossless lines, wave theory, graphical aids (Smith chart), impedance matching techniques, etc. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ELE4004 | Energy Conversion Engineering | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objectives of this course are to study the mathematical methods involved in energy conversion, electromagnetics for energy conversion, magnetic circuits related to electric circuits, characteristics of transforners as an energy conversion system, and the principle of the energy conversion system using mathematical methods. The main topics of this course are review of phasor diagrams, three phase source voltages and phase sequence, review of electromagnetic field theory, magnetic circuits, transformer theory and performance, and principles of electromechanical energy conversion. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE2002 | Electronic Circuits Lab. | Core Major | 1-0-3 | |

This class will teach how to design and analyze the microelectronic circuits. Basic circuits such as common-source amplifier and differential amplifiers will be the main topics. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE3002 | Electronic Circuits 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The purpose of this course is to provide the basic concepts of nonlinear electronic circuits, nonlinear characteristics of semiconductor devices. Also digital electronic circuits and their design are covered. Topics covered include diode ,BJT, and CMOS switching circuits, IC switching circuits, ramp, pulse, and function generating circuits, logic circuit design, memory circuits, and A/D, D/A conversion circuits. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE3016 | Microprocessor Design | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The class covers designing a microprocessor where students are required to perform hardware modeling using HDL, system configuration through bus usage, and software integration with a memory system. Experiments consisting of diverse exercises are done in conjunction to acquiring microprocessor design techniques. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ITE3004 | Digital Signal Processing | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Discrete time signals and systems: Fourier and Z transforms, DFT, 2-dimensional versions. Digital signal processing topics: flow graphs, realizations, FFT, chirp-Z algorithms, Hilbert transform relations, quantization effects, linear prediction. Digital filter design methods: windowing, frequency sampling, S-to-Z methods, frequency-transformation methods, optimization methods, 2-dimensional filter design. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3070 | High Voltage Engineering and Application | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

For the better human life, electric power energy becomes more and more important tool since we are pursuing well-living under comfortable and clean environment. In this regards, the demand of electric power energy is rapidly increasing with high growth ratio in most developing and under developing countries among them is Korea. The key power equipments of power grid are Gas Insulated power breaker, High voltage transformer and High voltage underground power cables. But their service life should be more than 30 years at power grid, which is the vitally required issue to be solved for achieving better reliability of the apparatus. In this respect, the various technologies are under developing in order to estimate their remained service life by investigating their insulation state through different techniques. One of them is the “Partial discharge measurement” which was invented in Germany in 1972 and then employed into the energy market of G7 by global industries since 1980. And since the end of 1990s, it is world-widely accepted and now considered to be more powerful tool than others. However, its related advanced techniques have not been rigidly established due to following two parts which are still remained as one of the hot issues in this field: - Relevant measuring method with reliable system applicable into the power grids - The pattern recognition of the detected signals and related S/W | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC1015 | COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles in the analysis and design of communication system. Students taking this course have a basic understanding of analysis of signals and noise, modulation and demodulation methods of baseband signals, analysis and processing of bandpass signals, and AM/FM/PM modulation system. Main topics covered in this course are a review of basic material on signals and systems in time and frequency domain, a review of probability and random processes to the extent that is necessary for a first course in communications, and modulation and demodulation techniques. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC3006 | INTRODUCTION OF IMAGE PROCESSING | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The goal is to learn about basic image processing for the nature of an image in order to improve its pictorial information for human interpretation or/and render it mor suitable for autonomous machine perception. Applications of Digital image processing will be investigated. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECE4065 | Computer Network1 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course teaches architecture of the computer networks, and communication services and protocols at each layer. For applicaiton layer, Web, email and file transfer services and protocols are introduced. Transport services and TCP/UDP protocols are discussed in the transport layer. Routing, congestion control and IP protocol are introduced in the network layer. This course also covers security in computer networks. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EEN3001 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design1 | Extended Major | 3-1-2 | |

In this course, students are expected to work alone or with his/her team members to select the topic and do the project for the duration of a semester. Students can choose the topic on their own or the supervising instructor may help them to choose one. Through this course, students are able to go through the whole process of the project, and have the opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge to the actual systems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EEN3004 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 2 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 2 | EIS1011 | CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objectives of this course are to study computer-based modelling, design and implementation of a control system, analysis of the control system in the frequency domain and understanding the characteristics of system performance with respect to the change of the control system. The topics consist of frequency response of a closed loop system, Nyquist diagram and stability analysis, Bode plot and stability analysis, design of PD, PI and PID controllers using MATLAB. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EIS1020 | Devices and Process | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This lecture deals with fundamentals of transistors and processing technologies. The state-of-the-art technologies of the nano scale device application are introduced in this course. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ELE3033 | Transmission Line Engineering | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course is intended to serve as an introductory course in the general area of electric signal and energy propagation. It is assumed that the student has a reasonably through background in circuit analysis and static field theory and also some familiarity with differential equations and vector analysis, both of which are indispensable in wave theory. Some of the contents are transmission-line theory, lossy and lossless lines, wave theory, graphical aids (Smith chart), impedance matching techniques, etc. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ELE4004 | Energy Conversion Engineering | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objectives of this course are to study the mathematical methods involved in energy conversion, electromagnetics for energy conversion, magnetic circuits related to electric circuits, characteristics of transforners as an energy conversion system, and the principle of the energy conversion system using mathematical methods. The main topics of this course are review of phasor diagrams, three phase source voltages and phase sequence, review of electromagnetic field theory, magnetic circuits, transformer theory and performance, and principles of electromechanical energy conversion. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE2002 | Electronic Circuits Lab. | Core Major | 1-0-2 | |

This class will teach how to design and analyze the microelectronic circuits. Basic circuits such as common-source amplifier and differential amplifiers will be the main topics. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE3002 | Electronic Circuits 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The purpose of this course is to provide the basic concepts of nonlinear electronic circuits, nonlinear characteristics of semiconductor devices. Also digital electronic circuits and their design are covered. Topics covered include diode ,BJT, and CMOS switching circuits, IC switching circuits, ramp, pulse, and function generating circuits, logic circuit design, memory circuits, and A/D, D/A conversion circuits. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE3016 | Microprocessor Design | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The class covers designing a microprocessor where students are required to perform hardware modeling using HDL, system configuration through bus usage, and software integration with a memory system. Experiments consisting of diverse exercises are done in conjunction to acquiring microprocessor design techniques. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ITE3004 | Digital Signal Processing | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Discrete time signals and systems: Fourier and Z transforms, DFT, 2-dimensional versions. Digital signal processing topics: flow graphs, realizations, FFT, chirp-Z algorithms, Hilbert transform relations, quantization effects, linear prediction. Digital filter design methods: windowing, frequency sampling, S-to-Z methods, frequency-transformation methods, optimization methods, 2-dimensional filter design. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PHY3070 | High Voltage Engineering and Application | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

For the better human life, electric power energy becomes more and more important tool since we are pursuing well-living under comfortable and clean environment. In this regards, the demand of electric power energy is rapidly increasing with high growth ratio in most developing and under developing countries among them is Korea. The key power equipments of power grid are Gas Insulated power breaker, High voltage transformer and High voltage underground power cables. But their service life should be more than 30 years at power grid, which is the vitally required issue to be solved for achieving better reliability of the apparatus. In this respect, the various technologies are under developing in order to estimate their remained service life by investigating their insulation state through different techniques. One of them is the “Partial discharge measurement” which was invented in Germany in 1972 and then employed into the energy market of G7 by global industries since 1980. And since the end of 1990s, it is world-widely accepted and now considered to be more powerful tool than others. However, its related advanced techniques have not been rigidly established due to following two parts which are still remained as one of the hot issues in this field: - Relevant measuring method with reliable system applicable into the power grids - The pattern recognition of the detected signals and related S/W | ||||||

3 | 2 | VCC3003 | IC-PBL & Competency development | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-1-0 | |

학생들의 사회진출 및 취업경쟁력 향상을 지원하는 수업으로, 온라인 강의와 더불어 전공교수와의 지속적인 상담 및 교내외 타 경력개발관련 프로그램과의 유기적인 연계활동을 통해 사회진출 역량을 배가시키는 수업임. 진로 및 취업상담 및 각종 역량진단 테스트와 기본적인 취업준비 스킬에 대한 대규모 비정규 교과 강의를 병행하여 진행함. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC3003 | Electric Power Engineering | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Eletric power engineering, also called power systems engineering deals with the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power as well as the electrical devices connected to such systems. Recently, conventional power systems based on centralized, long-distance, large-scale power supply methods are rapidly changing into dispersed, short-distance, small-scale power supply methods by means of renewable energy sources. And a introduction of smart grid requires students to have fundamental knowledges about electric power device and system. Through this lecture, based on three phase ac power systems, large-scale transmission and distribution line, electric power equipments will be introduced. In addition, high voltage dc power systems and smart grid will be dealt with in this lecture. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EEN3001 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design1 | Extended Major | 2-1-2 | |

In this course, students are expected to work alone or with his/her team members to select the topic and do the project for the duration of a semester. Students can choose the topic on their own or the supervising instructor may help them to choose one. Through this course, students are able to go through the whole process of the project, and have the opportunity to apply their classroom knowledge to the actual systems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | EEN3004 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 2 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 2 | EEN3007 | Advanced Electronic Circuit and Laboratory | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | EEN3008 | System Integrated Circuit | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | ELE3033 | Transmission Line Engineering | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course is intended to serve as an introductory course in the general area of electric signal and energy propagation. It is assumed that the student has a reasonably through background in circuit analysis and static field theory and also some familiarity with differential equations and vector analysis, both of which are indispensable in wave theory. Some of the contents are transmission-line theory, lossy and lossless lines, wave theory, graphical aids (Smith chart), impedance matching techniques, and so on. In addition, the students carry out design projects and develop understanding and application of the transmission engineering theory through this course. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ELE3035 | Introduction to Communication Systems | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles in the analysis and design of communication systems, in particular, in terms of the generation ,transmission, and reception of the communication signals. Main topics covered in this course are a review of basic material on signals and systems in time and frequency domain, method of analyzing and processing of baseband/bandpass signals, and modulation and demodulation techniques for the both analog and digital signals such as AM, FM, BPSK, QAM, etc., and the effect of noise in the communication systems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE4029 | Semiconductor Devices | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Using basic semiconductor physics covered in previous courses, this course introduces fundamental principles of solid-state devices. Aim is to understand the physics and operation of pn junction diode, MS contact, MOSFET, and BJT devices. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ITE3004 | Digital Signal Processing | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course, students will learn how to analyze digital signals and systems in time-domain and frequency-domain. During the course, students will learn about various subjects such as discrete LTI systems, the concept of z-transform and its applications, various structures of digital systems and how to manipulate them, discrete Fourier transform (DFT), fast Fourier transform (FFT), spectrum analysis, and digital filter dessign. The goal of this course is to help students understand and design various digital filters. Signals and Systems is the prerequisite for this course. | ||||||

3 | 2 | MEE4034 | Design of Control System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with control theory and design methodologies for electronics, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer engineering. In the related class, ‘Control System Modeling’, students learn time domain modeling and analysis, S domain modeling and feedback control. In this advanced class, students study various modern control theories. In particular, we study frequency response analysis, state-space analysis, controllability, observability, controller design, digital control, and nonlinear system analysis. | ||||||

3 | 2 | VCC3003 | IC-PBL & Competency development | Compulsory General Studies | 1-1-0 | |

This class is to teach students to advance their social skills and improve their careee competitiveness. Also this lecture is linked to ongoing counseling with professors of students' Major, on-line program and related to other career development programs. This lesson is conducted with a series of lectures on courses and skills related to career advancement, job counseling, and basic skills for basic job preparation skills. | ||||||

4 | 1 | CHE2055 | Technical Writing and Presentation | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

This subject is to raise ability of writing engineering reports, papers, paper works related to patents, curriculum vitae, and self intoduction as well as presenting skills in front of audiences. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ECE3061 | COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the basic principles in the analysis and design of communication system. Students taking this course have a basic understanding of analysis of signals and noise, modulation and demodulation methods of baseband signals, analysis and processing of bandpass signals, and AM/FM/PM modulation system. Main topics covered in this course are a review of basic material on signals and systems in time and frequency domain, a review of probability and random processes to the extent that is necessary for a first course in communications, and modulation and demodulation techniques. | ||||||

4 | 1 | EEN4001 | Computer Network2 | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4005 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design2 | Core Major | 3-1-2 | |

4 | 1 | EIS1015 | EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objective of this course is to teach how to develop embedded system software. Students will learn how to develop software for embedded Linux operating system using conventional programming and model-driven method. They also learn how to develop software for ARM Cortex-M processors. | ||||||

4 | 1 | EIS4002 | Analog Integrated Circuits | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The first step is to understand how a semiconductor can be applied and designed to a practical circuit. For this purpose, semiconductor integration technologies are introduced, accompanied by the associated practical analog and digital integrated circuits based on the CMOS. Further step is to expand the knowledge into high speed semiconductor circuit applications. The transmission line theory is first introduced, containing the RF (Radio Frequency) network analysis and the impedance matching theory. Eventually, the class introduces theories and design techniques of the several practical circuits using a high speed semiconductor; a resonator, a coupler, and a filter as passive elements, and an amplifier, a mixer, and an oscillator as active elements. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE3013 | Electric Machines | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Electric machines are energy conversion systems from electric energy to mechanical energy. Electric energy can be divided into electric field energy and magnetic field energy. The electric machine converts the magnetic field energy to mechanical energy. The electric machine is convenient and eco-friendly that it is applicable to automobile, computer, communication device and medical device. Therefore, the knowledge for electric machine is necessary to electrical engineers and mechanical engineers. In this subject, DC(Direct Current) machines, synchronous machines and induction machines are explained in order to understand their structure and operating principles. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE4038 | ICT Fusion Robotics | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objective of this study is to introduce a fundamental methodology of system modeling and analysis, specially focussed on Robotic systems. The main contents cover coordinate transformation, kinematic and dynamic modeling, mechanism design and analysis, and control theory of robotic systems. Besides the theory, experimental class will be accompanied. This is a English-spoken class. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE4098 | Engineering of Light Emitting Diodes | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended to serve as an introductory course in the general area of electric signal and energy propagation. It is assumed that the student has a reasonably through background in circuit analysis and static field theory and also some familiarity with differential equations and vector analysis, both of which are indispensable in wave theory. Some of the contents are transmission-line theory, lossy and lossless lines, wave theory, graphical aids (Smith chart), impedance matching techniques, etc. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ENE4003 | Integrated Circuits | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this class, integrated circuit architectures and design methods will be lectured to develop design techniques and problem solving capabilities. Basic knowledge on MOS device characteristics and hierarchical design techniques of subsystems, architectures, and system on chips (SoC) will be studied. Students can also learn practical design techniques by performing simple projects. | ||||||

4 | 1 | CHE2055 | Technical Writing and Presentation | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

This subject is to raise ability of writing engineering reports, papers, paper works related to patents, curriculum vitae, and self intoduction as well as presenting skills in front of audiences. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ECC4015 | Artificial Intelligence and BlockChain | Extended Major | 3-1-2 | |

Artificial intelligence and blockchain are attracting attention as core technologies that will lead the fourth industrial revolution and are being applied to various industries such as IT and telecommunications, finance. In this PBL course, we will study blockchain mechanism and machine learning algorithms for artificial intelligence such as deep learning or reinforcement learning, which has been widely used in electrical and computer engineering, and implement these algorithms for practical problems. Basic blockchain mechanism and machine learning models/algorithms will be covered, and students will tackle real-world AI problems, so that they can develop AI algorithms for industry in the future. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ECE3061 | COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4001 | Computer Network2 | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4005 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design2 | Core Major | 3-1-2 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4006 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 3 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 1 | EIS1015 | EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objective of this course is to teach how to develop embedded system software. Students will learn how to develop software for embedded Linux operating system using conventional programming and model-driven method. They also learn how to develop software for ARM Cortex-M processors. | ||||||

4 | 1 | EIS4002 | Analog Integrated Circuits | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The first step is to understand how a semiconductor can be applied and designed to a practical circuit. For this purpose, semiconductor integration technologies are introduced, accompanied by the associated practical analog and digital integrated circuits based on the CMOS. Further step is to expand the knowledge into high speed semiconductor circuit applications. The transmission line theory is first introduced, containing the RF (Radio Frequency) network analysis and the impedance matching theory. Eventually, the class introduces theories and design techniques of the several practical circuits using a high speed semiconductor; a resonator, a coupler, and a filter as passive elements, and an amplifier, a mixer, and an oscillator as active elements. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE3013 | Electric Machines | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Electric machines are energy conversion systems from electric energy to mechanical energy. Electric energy can be divided into electric field energy and magnetic field energy. The electric machine converts the magnetic field energy to mechanical energy. The electric machine is convenient and eco-friendly that it is applicable to automobile, computer, communication device and medical device. Therefore, the knowledge for electric machine is necessary to electrical engineers and mechanical engineers. In this subject, DC(Direct Current) machines, synchronous machines and induction machines are explained in order to understand their structure and operating principles. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE4038 | ICT Fusion Robotics | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objective of this study is to introduce a fundamental methodology of system modeling and analysis, specially focussed on Robotic systems. The main contents cover coordinate transformation, kinematic and dynamic modeling, mechanism design and analysis, and control theory of robotic systems. Besides the theory, experimental class will be accompanied. This is a English-spoken class. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ELE4098 | Engineering of Light Emitting Diodes | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 1 | ENE4003 | Integrated Circuits | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this class, integrated circuit architectures and design methods will be lectured to develop design techniques and problem solving capabilities. Basic knowledge on MOS device characteristics and hierarchical design techniques of subsystems, architectures, and system on chips (SoC) will be studied. Students can also learn practical design techniques by performing simple projects. | ||||||

4 | 1 | CSE4021 | Robotics | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

The objective of this study is to introduce a fundamental methodology of system modeling and analysis, specially focussed on Robotic systems. The main contents cover coordinate transformation, kinematic and dynamic modeling, mechanism design and analysis, and ㄹfundamental control theory of robotic systems. Besides the theory, experimental class will be accompanied. This is a English-spoken class. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ECC4015 | Artificial Intelligence and BlockChain | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Artificial intelligence and blockchain are attracting attention as core technologies that will lead the fourth industrial revolution and are being applied to various industries such as IT and telecommunications, finance. In this PBL course, we will study blockchain mechanism and machine learning algorithms for artificial intelligence such as deep learning or reinforcement learning, which has been widely used in electrical and computer engineering, and implement these algorithms for practical problems. Basic blockchain mechanism and machine learning models/algorithms will be covered, and students will tackle real-world AI problems, so that they can develop AI algorithms for industry in the future. | ||||||

4 | 1 | EEN4005 | Electronic Engineering Capstone Design2 | Extended Major | 2-1-2 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4006 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 3 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4008 | IC Fabrication Process & Applications | Extended Major | 4-3-2 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4009 | Digital Communication Systems | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4010 | Analog Circuit Applications | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

4 | 1 | EEN4011 | Computer Architecture and Operating System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 1 | ELE3013 | Electric Machines | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Electric machines are energy conversion systems from electric energy to mechanical energy. Electric energy can be divided into electric field energy and magnetic field energy. The electric machine converts the magnetic field energy to mechanical energy. The electric machine is convenient and eco-friendly that it is applicable to automobile, computer, communication device and medical device. Therefore, the knowledge for electric machine is necessary to electrical engineers and mechanical engineers. In this subject, DC(Direct Current) machines, synchronous machines and induction machines are explained in order to understand their structure and operating principles. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ENE4003 | Integrated Circuits | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Semiconductor integrated circuits are important essential parts in many appliance, in our daily lives, such as electronic systems, information communication (cell phones), computers, medical equipments, automobiles, and airplanes. In this class, integrated circuit architectures and design methods will be lectured to develop design techniques and problem solving capabilities. Basic knowledge on MOS device characteristics and hierarchical design techniques of subsystems, architectures, and system on chips (SoC) will be studied. Students can also learn practical design techniques by performing simple projects. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4002 | Automation Programming | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course, students will learn how to design and implement digital and automatic control systems using Linux operating system. For this purpose, developing driver and application software on Linux computer will be taught along with digital control algorithms. In the lab, digital controllers will be designed and implemented for an analog dynamic simulator, DC motors, and a magnetic levitation system. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4003 | Creative thinking and Business Mind | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

This subject consists of two themes ; one is practicing how to think creatively. The other is having business mind as an engineer. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ELE3030 | Smart Circuit Application Design | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended for juniors or senior students in electrical engineering, and it is assumed that students have had a junior-year course in electromagnetics and transmission line engineering. Some of the contents are introduction to the field of microwave engineering, overview of electromagnetic theory, coaxial and stripline component, waveguide components, multiport junctions, scattering matrix. etc. One of the primary goals of this course is to show that many problems in microwave engineering can be simplified by reducing a field analysis solution to an equivalent circuit. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ELE4099 | Algorithm and Application | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Step-by-step problem solving capability is important for many complicated electronic systems which include hardware and software parts. Various information can effectively be represented/searched by using lists, trees and graphs, and can be used for cost minimization and performance optimization. Basic theories on random numbers, combinatorial optimization, and matching (max flow min cut) will be taught, with effective experimental data analysis methods. Especially, algorithm applications for vehicle/robot navigation, vision/recognition, 3D multimedia, and intelligent systems will be introduced. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4002 | Automation Programming | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

In this course, students will learn how to design and implement digital and automatic control systems using Linux operating system. For this purpose, developing driver and application software on Linux computer will be taught along with digital control algorithms. In the lab, digital controllers will be designed and implemented for an analog dynamic simulator, DC motors, and a magnetic levitation system. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4003 | Creative thinking and Business Mind | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

This subject consists of two themes ; one is practicing how to think creatively. The other is having business mind as an engineer. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4007 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 4 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 2 | ELE3030 | Smart Circuit Application Design | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course is intended for juniors or senior students in electrical engineering, and it is assumed that students have had a junior-year course in electromagnetics and transmission line engineering. Some of the contents are introduction to the field of microwave engineering, overview of electromagnetic theory, coaxial and stripline component, waveguide components, multiport junctions, scattering matrix. etc. One of the primary goals of this course is to show that many problems in microwave engineering can be simplified by reducing a field analysis solution to an equivalent circuit. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ELE4099 | Algorithm and Application | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Step-by-step problem solving capability is important for many complicated electronic systems which include hardware and software parts. Various information can effectively be represented/searched by using lists, trees and graphs, and can be used for cost minimization and performance optimization. Basic theories on random numbers, combinatorial optimization, and matching (max flow min cut) will be taught, with effective experimental data analysis methods. Especially, algorithm applications for vehicle/robot navigation, vision/recognition, 3D multimedia, and intelligent systems will be introduced. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ECC3006 | INTRODUCTION OF IMAGE PROCESSING | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

In this course, students will learn how to understand and analyze images as digital signals. Image processing is a mature area and its main subjects include; image restoration/enhancement, image compression, high-level information retrieval from images, and so on. Image processing is recently applied in various fields such as computer vision, machine learning, 3D imagery, robot vision, autonomous vehicles, to name a few. Students will learn various fundamental techniques of image processing. | ||||||

4 | 2 | EEN4007 | Electrical Engineering Lab Practice 4 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 2 | EEN4012 | DC Power Conversion Engineering | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 2 | EEN4013 | Robot Vision and Artificial Intelligence | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 2 | EEN4014 | Applications of IoT: Networked Life | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 2 | EEN4015 | Fundamentals of Machine Learning | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

4 | 2 | ELE4099 | Algorithm Application | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Efficient computer algorithm design is essential to systematically solve various problems in the design and application of electronic systems including hardware and software. In this course, students learn the basic concepts of algorithms, analysis methods, and basic design methods of algorithms such as divide-and-conquer, dynamic-programming paradigm, greedy paradigm, etc. Sorting and searching algorithms, graph algorithms, and application algorithms used in various fields such as intelligent systems and robots, communication systems, and security is also introduced. This course covers NP theory, including P and NP problems, and NP-complete problems, and discusses various ways of solving NP-complete problems, including backtracking, branch-and-bound, and approximation algorithms. |