School of Integrative Engineering, Chung-Ang University

Educating Global Leaders in the Emerging Field
of Integrative Engineering

Courses

Courses

Courses
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Integrative Applied MathematicsⅠ Haesun Park 3 2-1 This course aims to learn the engineering mathematics needed to solve various engineering problems. In this course, you will learn linear algebra, 1st/2nd order differential equations, and Laplace/Fourier transformations.
Physical ChemistryⅠ Byungil Hwang 3 2-1 Physical Chemistry provides knowledge on basic thermodynamics, main principles about single and multiple phases, chemical and physical properties of matter, equilibrium and changes of chemical states and basic electrochemistry.
Physical ChemistryⅡ Haesun Park 3 2-2 This course aims to understand the rate of chemical reactions by studying theories (perfect gas theory, molecular motion in gas and liquid, rate law, transition state theory) and applying them to various reaction mechanisms.
Introduction to Integrative Materials Science and Engineering Sung-Gyu Pyo 3 2-1 This course aims to introduce the basic theory of material science and to understand crystal structure, nucleation/growth, mechanical properties of materials, thermodynamics/phase balance/status, and the basics of properties of metal/ceramic/polymer.
Design and Properties of Nano Materials Don-Hyung Ha 3 2-2 This course aims to understand the properties of nanomaterials and study nanomaterials that utilize their unique properties. In particular, this course focuses on electrical, magnetic, and optical properties to understand the unique properties of nanomaterials that are applied to various devises.
Introduction to Interface&Material Transformation Sung-Gyu Pyo 3 3-2 Understand diffusional phenomena and phase transformation based on thermodynamics in metals, alloys, energy materials and electronic materials Obtain NOT theoretical mathematics But Practical knowledge for designing materials and systems using phase transition kinetics. We will discuss basics of semiconducting process
Major Inorganic Chemistry Taejong Paik 3 2-1 This course studies basics on inorganic chemistry, including atomic structure, molecular structure, group theory, and complex compoiunds.
Introduction to Nano EngineeringⅠ Dong-Hwan Wang 3 2-2 This course aims to obtain extensive knowledge on nano engineering and its applications. This course is focused on the theory and technology of micro/nano fabrication. This class has the goal of understanding of nano process and nanotechnology based on the organic/inorganic nanomaterial science and process integration.
Introduction to basic Design in Nanoengineering Hyung-Bin Son 3 2-2 This course aims to increase interest in engineering through project engagement, away from traditional lectures focusing on delivery of knowledge. Through this course, you will learn how to solve engineering problems and this coruse is prerequisite of design lectures in senior level
Applied Circuits and Electronics Hyung-Bin Son 3 3-1 This introductory course to applied circuits focuses on basic circuit theory and selected circuit elements. Lab sections are designed to provide students with real world circuit design, assembly, and analysis experience.
Introduction to Nano EngineeringⅡ Taejong Paik 3 3-1 This course studies principles of electrical properties of materials as well as the structure and underlying principles of basic materials.
Smart Electrochemical System Engineering Soo-Kil Kim 3 3-1 Electrochemistry deals with chemical reactions and phenomena involving electron transfer through the phase boundary. It has broad applications such as biochemistry, corrosion, deposition, synthesis, catalysis, energy devices, and analytical chemistry. In this course, fundamentals of electrochemistry and electrochemical techniques will be introduced, followed by some case studies on the electrochemical systems for application of electrochemistry to the industrial fields.
Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Don-Hyung Ha 3 3-1 We will study the basic principles of quantum mechanics to understand the properties of nanomaterials. After comparing and learning the differences between quantum physics and classical physics, the structure of atoms and molecules will be studied in terms of quantum mechanics, and then the spectroscopic properties of materials and the characteristics of solid materials will be explained.
Componential Design of Environment-Energy Convergence Dong-Hwan Wang 3 3-1 Students will learn the trends in environment-energy convergence technologies such as green house gas conversion, hydrogen energy, fuel cell, secondary battery, Solar Cell, Carbon materials by studying the fabrication and evaluation methods for the related materials and devices. The course also includes designing methodologies for the technology components of environment and energy.
Introduction to Energy-Environmental Catalyst Soo-Kil Kim 3 3-2 In this class, students will learn about various chemical reactions for environmental hazardous materials and new&renewable energies. They also will study the roles of catalysts in those reactions and methodologies for designing and analyzing the catalysts. After finishing the class, students will have insight to the heterogeneous catalysts including the fundamental theories and industrial applications.
Organic and Inorganic Functional Materials Component Design Don-Hyung Ha 3 3-2 Students will learn about the principles, types, manufacturing methods, and application of organic-inorganic functional materials. Students select organic-inorganic functional nanomaterials of interest, plan the procedures, conduct experiments and obtain results according to engineering certification procedures. In particular, students will perform experiments in the laboratory to maximize the effectiveness of design education.
Carbon Material Engineering Songhun Yoon 3 3-2 Carbon Engineering provides knowledge on physicochemical and electrochemical properties of carbon materials and their applications into electrochemical energy conversion and storage systems; covers 1) basic physical properties 2) chemical and surface properties, 3) basic electrochemical behaviors 4) carbon preparation, 5) application into such as lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors.
Crystal Structure and X-Ray Diffraction Don-Hyung Ha 3 3-2 This course introduces the basic crystallography, structure of materials and X-ray diffraction with theory and applications.
Design for nano Integrative Engineering Sung-Gyu Pyo 3 4-1 This course is designed to guide the undergraduate students on their thesis work.
Display Materials and Engineering Dong-Hwan Wang 3 4-1 Students will be learn and study on the display technology based on the materials science, engineering, and recent researches. Especially, LCD, LED, OLED, and flexible display will be introduced and focused on the operation mechanisms and device structures.
Introduction to 3-Dimensional Process Integration Sung-Gyu Pyo 3 4-1 This course is focused on three-dimensional(3D) integration technology and process for dense vertical interconnection. This class is one of convergence process and technology and based on the material science, semiconductor processing and process integration including wafer bonding characteristics, thinning, patterning and supercontact filling process
Energy Nano Materials Engineering Songhun Yoon 3 4-1 Energy Nanomaterials Engineering provides knowledge on the crystal/electronic structures of inorganic nanomaterials, chemical and physical properties of inorganic nanomaerials, covers 1) solid state chemistry of inorganic nanomaterials, 2) crystal/electronic structure of inorganic nanomaterials, 3) application of inorganic nanomaterials into cathode materials in lithium batteries.
Structure and Physical Properties of Mterial Byungil Hwang 3 4-2 This course will give introduction of physical/mechanical properties of nano/bulk materials, and practical knowledge of mechanical behavior of nano/bulk materials used in electronics and heavy industry.
Organo Material Properties and ICT integrative Devices Dong-Hwan Wang 3 4-2 This lecture will be focused on the study of materials, process, fabrication, evaluation in Organic solar cells, OLED, OTFT, and Perovskite solar cells for the next generation energy system and nanotechnology.
Instrumental Analysis and Materials characterization Taejong Paik 3 4-2 This course studies the principles of the analysis method used to characterize the physical and structural properties of materials.