### College Of Engineering Sciences Department Of Robot Engineering

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韓彰秀 / Emeritus Professor | 申奎植 / Professor |

Taejoon Park / Professor | Ji Yeong Lee / Associate Professor |

韓載權 / Assistant Professor | 李永文 / Assistant Professor |

文鮮 / Visiting Scholar Professor | Huh, Young / Collaboration Professor |

이원승 / Collaboration Professor | 南仁錫 / Collaboration Professor |

成夏慶 / Collaboration Professor | 金學民 / Collaboration Professor |

徐光垣 / Collaboration Professor | 盧美承 / Collaboration Professor |

尹宗完 / Adjunct Professor | 兪亨穆 / Adjunct Professor |

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 | 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 | GEN0068 | General Chemistry 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-3-0 | |

Language of chemistry, chemical calculations, gas, solution, chemical equilibrium, acid-base reaction are discussed in order to understand the basic principles explaining properties of substance, molecular structure, chemical change, rules of chemistry and related concepts. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN0070 | General Chemistry Lab. 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

Basic theoretical aspects of the general chemistry will be examined through observations and experiments. The basic laboratory techniques for the general chemistry will be practiced. Determination of physical and chemical properties of unknown samples, recrystallization, acid-base titration and determination of equilibrium constant will be handled. | ||||||

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 | 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 | 1 | ROB1001 | Basic introduction to robotics | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-2-2 | |

Basic Introduction to Robotics covers braod topics related to introductory robotics, including history of robots, basic mechanims and control, algorithms, kinematics, simulation, dynamics, CAD/CAE. It also provides students with hand-on experience with actual robot systems through experiments and visits to robot companies. | ||||||

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

His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CAR0005 | Understanding AI-Robots | Core Major | 2-2-0 | |

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 | 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 | GEN0068 | General Chemistry 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

Language of chemistry, chemical calculations, gas, solution, chemical equilibrium, acid-base reaction are discussed in order to understand the basic principles explaining properties of substance, molecular structure, chemical change, rules of chemistry and related concepts. | ||||||

1 | 1 | GEN0070 | General Chemistry Lab. 1 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

Basic theoretical aspects of the general chemistry will be examined through observations and experiments. The basic laboratory techniques for the general chemistry will be practiced. Determination of physical and chemical properties of unknown samples, recrystallization, acid-base titration and determination of equilibrium constant will be handled. | ||||||

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

1 | 1 | GEN9019 | Basic of PLC(Cluster) | Core Major | 2-0-2 | |

1 | 1 | GEN9030 | Understanding Robots and Drones(Cluster) | Core Major | 2-1-1 | |

1 | 1 | ROB1001 | Basic introduction to robotics | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-2-2 | |

Basic Introduction to Robotics covers braod topics related to introductory robotics, including history of robots, basic mechanims and control, algorithms, kinematics, simulation, dynamics, CAD/CAE. It also provides students with hand-on experience with actual robot systems through experiments and visits to robot companies. | ||||||

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

His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan. | ||||||

1 | 1 | CAR0005 | Understanding AI-Robots | Major Foundation Courses | 2-2-0 | |

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

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

This subject is designed to foster the writing skills needed for effective communication in college and social life. The first part of the lecture will cover general theory of writing such as requirements for good writing, topic writing, composition and overview, correct sentence writing and spelling, while the second part of the lecture will consist of a curriculum that will actually write essays that are necessary for college and social life, such as writing an introduction letter, writing an academic report, writing a SNS, writing a report, and writing a report, depending on the purpose of writing. | ||||||

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 | ROB1001 | Basic introduction to robotics | Major Foundation Courses | 3-2-2 | |

Basic Introduction to Robotics covers braod topics related to introductory robotics, including history of robots, basic mechanims and control, algorithms, kinematics, simulation, dynamics, CAD/CAE. It also provides students with hand-on experience with actual robot systems through experiments and visits to robot companies. | ||||||

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

His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan. | ||||||

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 | GEN0069 | General Chemistry 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 2-3-0 | |

Modern chemistry is the one of basic tools in uderstanding the natural sciences. Based on the contents treated in previous semester, various contents of chemistry associated with pure science and engineering are treated in this course. Topics including atomic structure, electronic configuration and periodic table, chemical bond, bondign theory, molecular structure, liquid, solid, molecular force, chemical reaction, thermochemisty, electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry are discussed to understand the nature of matter and their applications. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0071 | General Chemistry Lab. 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

The theoretical aspects of basic physical chemistry will be examined and practiced through observations and experiments. Calorimetric method, oxidation-reduction titration, synthesis of aspirin and the studies on Beer's law using an absorption spectroscopy will be handled. | ||||||

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

This course is a continuation of CALCULUS1, which aims at preparing the students for their study in their respective major subjects in natural sciences or engineering by equipping them with the knowledge of calculus and some basics of analytic geometry so that they may have the necessary mathematical background and the ability to take logical approaches when they confront the various problems in their study. The course presents the part of calculus and analytic geometry which include linear algebra, matrices and systems of linear equations, functions of several variables, partial differentiation, double integration and vector calculus, which are more advanced subjects then those of CALCULUS1. | ||||||

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

This course aims to 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 | ROB1002 | Basic Robotics Experiment | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

Robot Experiments offer student to test basic robot theory using actual physical systems. Mainly using Lego NTX kit and mobile robots, students have a chance to deepen their understanding of basic kinematics and control theory. Also, using sensors and actuators, students develop a simple algorithm that can perform a simple operation in an actual, physical environment. | ||||||

1 | 2 | CAR0001 | Adventure Design1 | Core Major | 1-0-2 | |

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 | 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 | GEN0069 | General Chemistry 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

Modern chemistry is the one of basic tools in uderstanding the natural sciences. Based on the contents treated in previous semester, various contents of chemistry associated with pure science and engineering are treated in this course. Topics including atomic structure, electronic configuration and periodic table, chemical bond, bondign theory, molecular structure, liquid, solid, molecular force, chemical reaction, thermochemisty, electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry are discussed to understand the nature of matter and their applications. | ||||||

1 | 2 | GEN0071 | General Chemistry Lab. 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 1-0-2 | |

The theoretical aspects of basic physical chemistry will be examined and practiced through observations and experiments. Calorimetric method, oxidation-reduction titration, synthesis of aspirin and the studies on Beer's law using an absorption spectroscopy will be handled. | ||||||

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 | ROB1002 | Basic Robotics Experiment | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

Robot Experiments offer student to test basic robot theory using actual physical systems. Mainly using Lego NTX kit and mobile robots, students have a chance to deepen their understanding of basic kinematics and control theory. Also, using sensors and actuators, students develop a simple algorithm that can perform a simple operation in an actual, physical environment. | ||||||

1 | 2 | CAR0001 | Adventure Design1 | Major Foundation Courses | 1-0-2 | |

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

In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. | ||||||

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

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. | ||||||

1 | 2 | ITE1009 | C PROGRAMING | Major Foundation Courses | 2-1-2 | |

1 | 2 | ROB1002 | Basic Robotics Experiment | Major Foundation Courses | 3-1-4 | |

Robot Experiments offer student to test basic robot theory using actual physical systems. Mainly using Lego NTX kit and mobile robots, students have a chance to deepen their understanding of basic kinematics and control theory. Also, using sensors and actuators, students develop a simple algorithm that can perform a simple operation in an actual, physical environment. | ||||||

2 | 1 | APA4010 | Mechanism Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Kinematics of Mechanisms Every machine is devised to produce the output desired through the mechanism or the combination of mechanisms transmitting motions and forces for the given input. This course deals first with what a mechanism is, what a mechanism can do, how it can be classified, and its limitations. Then, various methods of analyzing the motions of mechanisms are presented. This course also treats the engineering problems involving the selection, the specifications, the design, and the sizing of cam mechanisms to accomplish specific motion objectives. Finally, this course presents the methods and applications of static force analysis and dynamic force analysis. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE2003 | Statics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a number of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them. | ||||||

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

In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE3052 | Engineering Mathematics 2 | (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies | 3-3-0 | |

In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking. | ||||||

2 | 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 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the fundamental characteristics of linear circuits, emphasizing the analysis of simple electric circuits; resistive elements; response of RC, RL and RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current techniques; superposition theorem and Norton equivalents; sinusoidal steady state response and AC power. | ||||||

2 | 1 | MAT2020 | Discrete Mathematics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course gives an overview of computational science and engineering. Topics include the restricted models of computation: finite automata grammars and their relation to automata closure properties and pumping lemmas turing machines and the Church-Turing thesis limits of computation: incomputable functions and undecidable problems. | ||||||

2 | 1 | ROB2002 | Introduction to Robot Design | Core Major | 2-1-2 | |

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 | APA4010 | Mechanism Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Kinematics of Mechanisms Every machine is devised to produce the output desired through the mechanism or the combination of mechanisms transmitting motions and forces for the given input. This course deals first with what a mechanism is, what a mechanism can do, how it can be classified, and its limitations. Then, various methods of analyzing the motions of mechanisms are presented. This course also treats the engineering problems involving the selection, the specifications, the design, and the sizing of cam mechanisms to accomplish specific motion objectives. Finally, this course presents the methods and applications of static force analysis and dynamic force analysis. | ||||||

2 | 1 | CAR0006 | Adventure Design 2 | Core Major | 2-0-4 | |

2 | 1 | COE2003 | Statics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a number of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them. | ||||||

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

In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation(O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series, series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. | ||||||

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

This course deals with the fundamental characteristics of linear circuits, emphasizing the analysis of simple electric circuits; resistive elements; response of RC, RL and RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current techniques; superposition theorem and Norton equivalents; sinusoidal steady state response and AC power. | ||||||

2 | 1 | MAT2020 | Discrete Mathematics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course gives an overview of computational science and engineering. Topics include the restricted models of computation: finite automata grammars and their relation to automata closure properties and pumping lemmas turing machines and the Church-Turing thesis limits of computation: incomputable functions and undecidable problems. | ||||||

2 | 1 | ROB2002 | Introduction to Robot Design | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

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 | CAR0006 | Adventure Design 2 | Core Major | 2-1-2 | |

2 | 1 | COE2003 | Statics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a number of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them. | ||||||

2 | 1 | COE3052 | Engineering Mathematics 2 | Major Foundation Courses | 3-3-0 | |

In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking. | ||||||

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

English for Academic Purposes 1: Integrated Skills is tailored to benefit students’ English abilities related to their major and specific needs, and to connect to skills learned in EAP 2. This course involves discipline-specific and academic-level readings supported by discussion, presenting, or other activities. The aim of EAP 1 is to enhance reading and speaking abilities which will be necessary in other course work and in future workplaces. | ||||||

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

This course deals with the fundamental characteristics of linear circuits, emphasizing the analysis of simple electric circuits; resistive elements; response of RC, RL and RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current techniques; superposition theorem and Norton equivalents; sinusoidal steady state response and AC power. | ||||||

2 | 1 | MAT2020 | Discrete Mathematics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course gives an overview of computational science and engineering. Topics include the restricted models of computation: finite automata grammars and their relation to automata closure properties and pumping lemmas turing machines and the Church-Turing thesis limits of computation: incomputable functions and undecidable problems. | ||||||

2 | 1 | ROB2002 | Introduction to Robot Design | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

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 | CIN2003 | Electric Circuits Laboratory | Core Major | 3-0-3 | |

2 | 2 | COE3002 | Numerical Computation | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

COE302 Numerial Computation An introduction to numerical method applicable to digital computation and to programmimg. Solving non-linear equations. Solving sets of equations. Interpolating polynomials. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation.Boundary value problems.Curve fitting. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3053 | Engineering Mathematics 3 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Topics are vectors, tensors, partial differential equations and continuum mechanics. | ||||||

2 | 2 | CSE2010 | Data Structures | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

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

This course deals with complex frequency and frequency response; two port and magnetically coupled circuits; Fourier, Fourier transforms and their use in understanding modulation and sampling; Laplace transforms and application to circuit analysis; transfer functions and Bode plots. | ||||||

2 | 2 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course we study some basic concepts and skills in probability and statistics. Topics that will be covered are random variables, distribution functions, expectation, conditional expectation as well as estimation and testing. One of the main purposes of this course is to provide a strong background for theoretical statistics that will be used for applied statistics. | ||||||

2 | 2 | CIN2003 | Electric Circuits Laboratory | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

2 | 2 | CLU1077 | Practical 3D CAD modeling for Beginner | Core Major | 2-1-1 | |

2 | 2 | COE2004 | Dynamics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a nomber of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them . After each chapter, the student completes and submits homework. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3002 | Numerical Computation | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

COE302 Numerial Computation An introduction to numerical method applicable to digital computation and to programmimg. Solving non-linear equations. Solving sets of equations. Interpolating polynomials. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation.Boundary value problems.Curve fitting. | ||||||

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

In this subject, we learn complex functions, complex analysis fuctions, fundamental complex functions, Conformal mapping, linear fractional transformation, line integral in the complex plane, Cauchy's integral theorem and integral formula, derivatives in analysis function, power seriesm Taylor's series, Laurent's series, residue integration, ideal integration, matrix multiplication systematically. This subject is a prerequisite for understanding special subjects and helps us improve mathematical and scientific way of thinking. | ||||||

2 | 2 | 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 | EIS1009 | DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUIT 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 | 2 | ITE2026 | Data Structures & Algorithms | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this class ‘Data Structure and Algorithm’, students will acquire the basic knowledge on the basic problem solving techniques for algorithm development and design of data structure and some of the basic understanding of algorithms and related techniques. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE2004 | Dynamics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a nomber of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them . After each chapter, the student completes and submits homework. | ||||||

2 | 2 | COE3002 | Numerical Computation | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

COE302 Numerial Computation An introduction to numerical method applicable to digital computation and to programmimg. Solving non-linear equations. Solving sets of equations. Interpolating polynomials. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equation.Boundary value problems.Curve fitting. | ||||||

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

English for Academic Purposes 2: Writing is tailored to benefit students’ English abilities related to their major and specific needs, and to connect to skills learned EAP 1. Essential planning, writing, and editing skills will be developed and topics may also include digital literacy or business writing. The aim of EAP 2 is to enhance compositional abilities which will be necessary in other course work and in future workplaces. | ||||||

2 | 2 | EIS1009 | DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUIT DESIGN | Extended 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 | 2 | ROB2003 | Electrical and Electronic Circuits | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

2 | 2 | ROB4009 | Robot Programming | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course deals with basic hardware and system software framework that forms a typical computer system. It covers basic components of processor, assembly programming, basic components of operating systems and practices on linux development environment. | ||||||

3 | 1 | COE2004 | Dynamics | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

As one of the basic engineering courses, statics deals with the mechanics of particles and rigid bodies which are at rest or moving at a constant velocity. Equilibrium conditions for objects, which are subject to external forces, are studied and are applied to a nomber of engineering examples. The contents of this course include vector, force and moment, equilibrium conditions for particles and rigid bodies, center of gravity and centroid in 2 or 3 dimensions, moment of inertia, friction, virtual work and energy principles. Students also learn the concepts of statically determinate and indeterminate. For real world applicability, this course take structures such as trusses, beams and cables as examples, and applies the basic principles to them . After each chapter, the student completes and submits homework. | ||||||

3 | 1 | DME3003 | Design and Analysis of Dynamic Systems | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the mathematical modeling and analysis of the electrical, mechanical, and control systems by applying the circuit theory, electromagnetic theory, and dynamics; and programing and simulation of the systems using Matlab/SimuLink. This course also deals with the linear system analysis in the time domain and frequency domain and the introduction to feedback control systems. | ||||||

3 | 1 | DME3051 | Mechanical Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Students will learn how to design the mechanical parts which are the basic elements for designing and manufacuring the mechanical system. Students will have term project to accomplish the actual design ability from the conceptual design to anaysis and synthesis. Major mechanical parts such as shaft, key and bearing willbe studied based on the basic material properties, failure theories, safety analysis, and behaviors. | ||||||

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

This course cultivates the ability of analyzing the basic concepts and characteristics of signal, system and signal processing. The basic theory of continuous/discrete time signal and system, impulse response, characteristics of linear time invariant system and convolution are firstly dealt, the analysis technique in the domain of frequency using Fourier transform theory of continuous/discrete time function signal is covered later. The sampling theory to transform a continuous analog signal into discrete digital signal and system analysis using z-Transform are covered. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EIS1009 | DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUIT 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. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ELE3034 | Design & Analysis of Algorithms | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Design and analysis of algorithms is the core area in every aspects of computer science. When we are supposed to solve a problem using a computer, there are a series of questions that we would like to know in advance like "can we solve it?", "if we can, how efficient?", "if we can't, how hard is the problem?", and "if it turns out to be a hard problem, is there any way to cope with the problem?", etc. In this course, we will deal with the fundamentally orthodox answers for these kinds of questions in solving a problem, which are divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, greedy method, backtracking, branch-and-bound. Computational complexity and intractability will be taught as well. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ROB3001 | INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic theoretical materials related to robotics, including kinematics, dynamics, control and altorithms. Buidiling on the previous exposure of these topics, this topics focuses on the robotic application of these theories, including computer implemenation of basic theories. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ROB3006 | Methodology for Machine Learning | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Machine learning studies computational models of the learning systems by developing the architectures and algorithms that automatically build the models of the data from the past experience and use them to predict the future behavior of the systems. This course aims to provide the attendants with the basic concepts and principles of supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning methods and their model structures, algorithms, and mathematical backgrounds. Students learn the specific learning architectures and algorithms for pattern classification, probabilistic relational modeling, and sequential decision-making through mini projects on real-life application problems. | ||||||

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 | DME3003 | Design and Analysis of Dynamic Systems | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the mathematical modeling and analysis of the electrical, mechanical, and control systems by applying the circuit theory, electromagnetic theory, and dynamics; and programing and simulation of the systems using Matlab/SimuLink. This course also deals with the linear system analysis in the time domain and frequency domain and the introduction to feedback control systems. | ||||||

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

This course cultivates the ability of analyzing the basic concepts and characteristics of signal, system and signal processing. The basic theory of continuous/discrete time signal and system, impulse response, characteristics of linear time invariant system and convolution are firstly dealt, the analysis technique in the domain of frequency using Fourier transform theory of continuous/discrete time function signal is covered later. The sampling theory to transform a continuous analog signal into discrete digital signal and system analysis using z-Transform are covered. | ||||||

3 | 1 | EIS1001 | DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUIT LABORATORY | Core Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 1 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course we study some basic concepts and skills in probability and statistics. Topics that will be covered are random variables, distribution functions, expectation, conditional expectation as well as estimation and testing. One of the main purposes of this course is to provide a strong background for theoretical statistics that will be used for applied statistics. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ITE2031 | Computer Architecture | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Computer has been developed from Eniac which is called as a the first computer. In this course, the history of computer will be mentioned first and students will learn memory hierarchy, I/O structure and how to design the processor and the control unit. And they will learn some problems and solutions which is related with implementation and operation in structures and systems of a parallel processing like pipeline computer, array computer and multi-processor computer. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ROB3001 | INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic theoretical materials related to robotics, including kinematics, dynamics, control and altorithms. Buidiling on the previous exposure of these topics, this topics focuses on the robotic application of these theories, including computer implemenation of basic theories. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ROB3008 | Robotics Lab Practice 1 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 1 | APA4010 | Mechanism Design | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Kinematics of Mechanisms Every machine is devised to produce the output desired through the mechanism or the combination of mechanisms transmitting motions and forces for the given input. This course deals first with what a mechanism is, what a mechanism can do, how it can be classified, and its limitations. Then, various methods of analyzing the motions of mechanisms are presented. This course also treats the engineering problems involving the selection, the specifications, the design, and the sizing of cam mechanisms to accomplish specific motion objectives. Finally, this course presents the methods and applications of static force analysis and dynamic force analysis. | ||||||

3 | 1 | COE2052 | Solid Mechanics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Thiscourseis prepared for students tolearnthestress and strain in the robot links when they design the robots. This course covers calculationmethodsfordeformation,andstressesoflinks.Structuremodelingtechniques,thedefinitionofstressesandstrains,Hooke`slaw,themechanicsofaxialandtorsionmembers internalforcediagrams,etc.,arestudiedinthiscourse. | ||||||

3 | 1 | CSE4021 | Robotics | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

3 | 1 | DME3003 | Design and Analysis of Dynamic Systems | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course deals with the mathematical modeling and analysis of the electrical, mechanical, and control systems by applying the circuit theory, electromagnetic theory, and dynamics; and programing and simulation of the systems using Matlab/SimuLink. This course also deals with the linear system analysis in the time domain and frequency domain and the introduction to feedback control systems. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ELE3037 | Probability & Stochastic Processes | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

In this course we study some basic concepts and skills in probability and statistics. Topics that will be covered are random variables, distribution functions, expectation, conditional expectation as well as estimation and testing. One of the main purposes of this course is to provide a strong background for theoretical statistics that will be used for applied statistics. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ITE2031 | Computer Architecture | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Computer has been developed from Eniac which is called as a the first computer. In this course, the history of computer will be mentioned first and students will learn memory hierarchy, I/O structure and how to design the processor and the control unit. And they will learn some problems and solutions which is related with implementation and operation in structures and systems of a parallel processing like pipeline computer, array computer and multi-processor computer. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ITE3004 | Digital Signal Processing | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic and fundamental digital signal processing techniques in time and frequency domain; analog-to-digital signal conversion, symbolization of digital signal, digital signal filtering, analysis of discrete-time Fourier Transform and its difference, FIR/IIR filter design techniques, and derivation of FFT. Practical skills about the lectured theory are dealt through computer programming. | ||||||

3 | 1 | ROB3008 | Robotics Lab Practice 1 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 2 | CSE4007 | Artificial Intelligence | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course introduces the theory and practice of the artificial intelligence. Topics include basic problem-solving strategies, various heuristic search techniques, problem reduction and AND/OR graphs, knowledge representation methods, expert systems, generating explanations, uncertainty reasoning, game playing, planning, and machine learning. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ECC3004 | Theory of Random Variables | Extended 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 | 2 | EIS1001 | DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUIT LABORATORY | Core Major | 3-0-3 | |

3 | 2 | ENE4041 | Micro-Processor Applications | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

ENE441 Micro-processor Applications 마이크로 프로세서 응용 Covers microprocessor structures including ALU,memory,and I/O devices and their operations;applications software in assembly language and C for targethardware ; embeddd systems;term projects of microprocessor applications involved. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE4055 | Automatic Control 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

3 | 2 | ENE4056 | Automatic Control 2 | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

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

This course covers the basic and fundamental digital signal processing techniques in time and frequency domain; analog-to-digital signal conversion, symbolization of digital signal, digital signal filtering, analysis of discrete-time Fourier Transform and its difference, FIR/IIR filter design techniques, and derivation of FFT. Practical skills about the lectured theory are dealt through computer programming. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PME3002 | Mechanical Vibration | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

Mechanical Vibration Introduction to vibration and the free response: harmonic motion, viscous damping, energy method, stiffness. Response to harmonic excitation: harmonic excitation of undamped systems, base excitation, rotating unbalnace, Coulomb damping. General forced response: impulse response function, response to an arbitray input, response to arbitrary periodic input, transform method, response to random input. Multi-degree-of-freedom systems: eigen values and natural frequencies, modal analysis, modal analysis of the forced response. Distributed-parameter systems: vibration of a string, axial, torsional and bending vibration of rod, modal analysis and the forced response. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ROB3003 | MECHANICAL VIBRATION LAB | Core Major | 3-0-3 | |

This class offers students chances to implement the basic theory on vibration. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ROB3005 | ROBOT CAPSTONE DESIGN1 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 2 | CAR0003 | Co-Bot Design1 | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | CAR0004 | Intelligent Robot Crash Lab | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | COE2052 | Solid Mechanics | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Thiscourseis prepared for students tolearnthestress and strain in the robot links when they design the robots. This course covers calculationmethodsfordeformation,andstressesoflinks.Structuremodelingtechniques,thedefinitionofstressesandstrains,Hooke`slaw,themechanicsofaxialandtorsionmembers internalforcediagrams,etc.,arestudiedinthiscourse. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ENE4055 | Automatic Control 1 | Compulsory Major | 3-3-0 | |

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

This course covers the basic and fundamental digital signal processing techniques in time and frequency domain; analog-to-digital signal conversion, symbolization of digital signal, digital signal filtering, analysis of discrete-time Fourier Transform and its difference, FIR/IIR filter design techniques, and derivation of FFT. Practical skills about the lectured theory are dealt through computer programming. | ||||||

3 | 2 | PME3002 | Mechanical Vibration | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Mechanical Vibration Introduction to vibration and the free response: harmonic motion, viscous damping, energy method, stiffness. Response to harmonic excitation: harmonic excitation of undamped systems, base excitation, rotating unbalnace, Coulomb damping. General forced response: impulse response function, response to an arbitray input, response to arbitrary periodic input, transform method, response to random input. Multi-degree-of-freedom systems: eigen values and natural frequencies, modal analysis, modal analysis of the forced response. Distributed-parameter systems: vibration of a string, axial, torsional and bending vibration of rod, modal analysis and the forced response. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ROB3005 | ROBOT CAPSTONE DESIGN1 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 2 | ROB3006 | Methodology for Machine Learning | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Machine learning studies computational models of the learning systems by developing the architectures and algorithms that automatically build the models of the data from the past experience and use them to predict the future behavior of the systems. This course aims to provide the attendants with the basic concepts and principles of supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning methods and their model structures, algorithms, and mathematical backgrounds. Students learn the specific learning architectures and algorithms for pattern classification, probabilistic relational modeling, and sequential decision-making through mini projects on real-life application problems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ROB3007 | Industry-University&Convergence Capstone Design 1 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 2 | ROB3009 | Robotics Lab Practice 2 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

3 | 2 | ROB4009 | Robot Programming | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

This course deals with basic hardware and system software framework that forms a typical computer system. It covers basic components of processor, assembly programming, basic components of operating systems and practices on linux development environment. | ||||||

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 | CAR0003 | Co-Bot Design1 | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | CAR0004 | Intelligent Robot Crash Lab | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

3 | 2 | ELE3004 | Control Engineering | Core Major | 3-3-0 | |

3 | 2 | ROB3005 | ROBOT CAPSTONE DESIGN1 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 2 | ROB3006 | Methodology for Machine Learning | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

Machine learning studies computational models of the learning systems by developing the architectures and algorithms that automatically build the models of the data from the past experience and use them to predict the future behavior of the systems. This course aims to provide the attendants with the basic concepts and principles of supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning methods and their model structures, algorithms, and mathematical backgrounds. Students learn the specific learning architectures and algorithms for pattern classification, probabilistic relational modeling, and sequential decision-making through mini projects on real-life application problems. | ||||||

3 | 2 | ROB3007 | Industry-University&Convergence Capstone Design 1 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

3 | 2 | ROB3009 | Robotics Lab Practice 2 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

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 | ROB3004 | ROBOT CONTROL LAB | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course is an experiment course, with focus on the modelling, and the design of the control system for simple mechanical systems. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4002 | MANIPULATION | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Manipulation refers to a variety of physical changes made to the world around us. THis course addresses the problem of moving object and various process involved - grasping, carrying, pushing, etc. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4003 | ROBOT APPLICATION EXPERIMENTS 1 | Extended Major | 3-0-3 | |

This course gives students a chance to implement robot-related theories on actual robots, thus understand tha practical problems in implementing these theories. Students will program mobile and articulated robots to perform simple tasks in a given environment, using sensor-provided information. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4004 | DIGITAL CONTROL | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Oriented toward the students with basic understaning of control theory, this course covers the basic digital control system analysis and design. The topic include sampling theory, z-transformation, analsys in time and frequency domain, stability, digital control system design and state estimator. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4006 | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Objective: to understand the functions of various components of embeddes system, and their interactions; through implementation and testing of the imbedded system software, the students gain understaing of various design technics for embedded system. The topics include the CPU for embeddes systems, instruction sets, real-time OS, program design, optimization, system design. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4007 | Robot Vision System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic theory of robot vision. It covers basic mathematics related to robot vision, and the well-known algorthms for solving real-world robot vision problems. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4010 | Robot Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

4 | 1 | ROB4011 | Industry-University&Convergence Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

4 | 1 | CAR0007 | Cobot Design 2 | Core Major | 4-2-4 | |

4 | 1 | CSE4007 | Artificial Intelligence | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course introduces the theory and practice of the artificial intelligence. Topics include basic problem-solving strategies, various heuristic search techniques, problem reduction and AND/OR graphs, knowledge representation methods, expert systems, generating explanations, uncertainty reasoning, game playing, planning, and machine learning. | ||||||

4 | 1 | DME3051 | Mechanical Design | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Students will learn how to design the mechanical parts which are the basic elements for designing and manufacuring the mechanical system. Students will have term project to accomplish the actual design ability from the conceptual design to anaysis and synthesis. Major mechanical parts such as shaft, key and bearing willbe studied based on the basic material properties, failure theories, safety analysis, and behaviors. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB3004 | ROBOT CONTROL LAB | Core Major | 3-2-2 | |

This course is an experiment course, with focus on the modelling, and the design of the control system for simple mechanical systems. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4002 | MANIPULATION | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Manipulation refers to a variety of physical changes made to the world around us. THis course addresses the problem of moving object and various process involved - grasping, carrying, pushing, etc. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4004 | DIGITAL CONTROL | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Oriented toward the students with basic understaning of control theory, this course covers the basic digital control system analysis and design. The topic include sampling theory, z-transformation, analsys in time and frequency domain, stability, digital control system design and state estimator. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4006 | CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS | Extended Major | 4-2-4 | |

Objective: to understand the functions of various components of embeddes system, and their interactions; through implementation and testing of the imbedded system software, the students gain understaing of various design technics for embedded system. The topics include the CPU for embeddes systems, instruction sets, real-time OS, program design, optimization, system design. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4010 | Robot Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

This course is prepared for students in his/her junior year whose major is robot engineering. The students are asked to form teams to design robot related products based upon mechanical, electrical/electronics, computer science subjects which they already took. The students should make a plan, design, manufacture, test the supervision of the academic forms. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4011 | Industry-University&Convergence Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

4 | 1 | ROB4012 | Robotics Lab Practice 3 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 1 | CAR0007 | Cobot Design 2 | Core Major | 4-2-4 | |

4 | 1 | DME3051 | Mechanical Design | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

Students will learn how to design the mechanical parts which are the basic elements for designing and manufacuring the mechanical system. Students will have term project to accomplish the actual design ability from the conceptual design to anaysis and synthesis. Major mechanical parts such as shaft, key and bearing willbe studied based on the basic material properties, failure theories, safety analysis, and behaviors. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4006 | CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS | Core Major | 4-2-4 | |

Objective: to understand the functions of various components of embeddes system, and their interactions; through implementation and testing of the imbedded system software, the students gain understaing of various design technics for embedded system. The topics include the CPU for embeddes systems, instruction sets, real-time OS, program design, optimization, system design. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4007 | Robot Vision System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic theory of robot vision. It covers basic mathematics related to robot vision, and the well-known algorthms for solving real-world robot vision problems. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4010 | Robot Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

This course is prepared for students in his/her junior year whose major is robot engineering. The students are asked to form teams to design robot related products based upon mechanical, electrical/electronics, computer science subjects which they already took. The students should make a plan, design, manufacture, test the supervision of the academic forms. | ||||||

4 | 1 | ROB4011 | Industry-University&Convergence Capstone Design 2 | Extended Major | 3-1-4 | |

4 | 1 | ROB4012 | Robotics Lab Practice 3 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 1 | ROB4014 | Robotics Experiment | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |

4 | 2 | ENE4019 | Computer Networks | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course introduces the principles of internetwork architecture and communication protocols underlying interoperable systems. Topics include survey of the design and implementation of computer networks and inter-networks, universal interconnection, internet addressing and routing; address binding, control of internet congestion and flow, examples of internet protocol suites (TCP/IP and XNS), round trip time estimation, naming and name resolution, internet applications programs, the ISO/OSI model. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ROB4005 | ROBOT APPLICATION EXPERIMENTS 2 | Extended Major | 3-0-3 | |

This course gives students a chance to implement robot-related theories on actual robots, thus understand tha practical problems in implementing these theories. Students will program mobile and articulated robots to perform simple tasks in a given environment, using sensor-provided information. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ROB4008 | IMAGE DATA PROCESSING | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Image processing is a study on the processing of image signals to solve the given problems. This course presents the basic theory of image processing, and its application, including the improvement of image, image restoration, recognition. The students will deepen their understanding through the implementation of these ideas. | ||||||

4 | 2 | CAR0008 | The 4th Industrial Revolution and Business Startup Design | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

4 | 2 | ENE4019 | Computer Networks | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course introduces the principles of internetwork architecture and communication protocols underlying interoperable systems. Topics include survey of the design and implementation of computer networks and inter-networks, universal interconnection, internet addressing and routing; address binding, control of internet congestion and flow, examples of internet protocol suites (TCP/IP and XNS), round trip time estimation, naming and name resolution, internet applications programs, the ISO/OSI model. | ||||||

4 | 2 | INE5006 | Data Mining | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

Data mining is comprised techniques from statistics, AI, and computer science. It is applied not only to conventional engineering and science problems, but also to various business areas such as manufacturing, marketing and finance. This course introduces basic data mining problems (clustering, classification, and association analysis) and the respective algorithms and techniques. In addition, students will learn about actual business problems, goals, and the environment in which data mining is applied. Cases in various areas will be studied. Students are strongly encouraged to identify and solve real world business problems using data mining techniques so that they improve their relevance to human interface design. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ROB4007 | Robot Vision System | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

This course covers the basic theory of robot vision. It covers basic mathematics related to robot vision, and the well-known algorthms for solving real-world robot vision problems. | ||||||

4 | 2 | ROB4013 | Robotics Lab Practice 4 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 2 | CAR0008 | The 4th Industrial Revolution and Business Startup Design | Extended Major | 1-1-0 | |

4 | 2 | PME2001 | Manufacturing Processes | Extended Major | 3-3-0 | |

4 | 2 | ROB4013 | Robotics Lab Practice 4 | Extended Major | 1-0-1 | |

4 | 2 | ROB4015 | Robot Intelligence | Extended Major | 3-2-2 | |