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School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate EEE2013 Electronic Circuits I 3 English Yes
Topics include physical models of diodes and transistors, FET circuits, small- and large-signal operation, advanced treatment of active circuits, low frequency amplifiers, frequency response of amplifiers, and feedback amplifiers characteristics.
Undergraduate EEE2017 Electronic and Electrical Programming Laboratory 2 English Yes
The course offers practical C programming Experiences to the students who have basic knowledge of C language. The programs in this laboratory will be basic data structures, and circuit modeling.
Undergraduate EEE3012 Digital Communication 3 English Yes
This course covers the essential theories and principles of digital and data communication. The topics to be included are ; digital network configuration, circuit and packet switching system, digital representation of information, synchronous and asynchronouse time division multiplexing, network architecture modem, layered protocol, packet data network, local area network, and the concept of ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network).
Undergraduate EEE3022 Electronic Materials 3 English Yes
The lectures cover wide range of basic theories and properties on the most commonly used materials in electrical and electronic field such as semiconductor, dielectric, and electronic materials. Learning some properties of these materials such as physical, electrical, optical, magnetic characteristics, and temperature properties, the students will be exposed to the device applications of the afore mentioned materials. The basic operational principles of the various device applications, namely, semiconductor devices, optoelectronic components, superconducting elements, magnetic devices, and power control devices take an important portion of the lectures. Some of the specific application examples are semiconductor integrated circuits, laser, optical fiber communication, functional ceramics, high temperature ceramics, ferroelectric- capacitors, magnetic recording head and solar cells. The object of the offered lecture is to deliver a well established fundamental theories and applications of the material science and not to focus on only a specific field of material science. Recommended course works prior to take this course are Electric Field and Electromagnetic Theory, Electrophysics and Semiconductor Engineering
Undergraduate EEE3023 Electromagnetic Wave Engineering 3 English Yes
This course covers theory of electromagnetic wave and the application. This course assumes the student has basic understanding of electromagnetic theory and emphasizes on the practical application of wave trammission and propagation.Topics to be covered include: transmission lines, graphical aids to transmission line analysis(Smith chart), transmission line impedance matching, transmission line equations and representation, field equations, propagation of plane waves and guided waves, resonant cavities, waveguide as a circuit element,radiation of elecromagnetic waves, and general theory on antennas.
Undergraduate EEE3024 Introduction to Automatic Control 3 English Yes
This course provides an introduction to automatic control of linear dynamic systems. The topics include definition of input-output and state variables, mathematical modeling of control systems based on physical laws, block diagram representation of systems, transfer function and Laplace transform, state space representation of dynamic systems. Feedback control concept, stability of systems, transient and steady state responses of systems in the time domain, and basic controller formsare treated and computer simulations of dynamic control systems using control software toolbox are assigned as homework.
Undergraduate EEE3025 Control Engineering Design 3 English Yes
This course provides design methods for control of linear dynamic systems. The controllers introduced in this course include PID controllers, Lead-Lag compensators, state feedback controllers, etc., for which the design and analysis techniques are reviewed in both the time and frequency domains. Among the design methods are the root-locus technique which plots the root of transfer function in terms of controller gain parameter in the complex plane, the Bode plot and Nyquist diagram that make it possible to determine the stability of controller by using the gain and phase responses of transfer function with respect to the frequency change, the pole placement control design method based on the state equation and state feedback controller, etc.. Application of these techniques to various linear dynamic systems are explained and simulations using the control software toolbox are done to compare its result with the theoretic prediction. The topics enable us to get accustomed to the design and analysis of controllers which play a key role in controlling the systems and devices used for man's convenience sake in our modern life : from the home electronic commodities as electric fans, air conditioner, refrigerator, etc.; and the electronic facilities of computer, audio- and video-players, wired- and wireless communication systems, etc.; to the products of mechatronic systems as automobile, elevator, airplane, robot, space ship, etc.. A term project to design a controller for a g
Undergraduate EEE3032 Communication Systems 3 English Yes
This course covers diverse topics related to the communication, and the topics related to the application of the communication theory. The topics to be covered include communication channel model, fading phenomena, receiver struc- ture, basics of mobile communication, basics of satellite communication, wave propagation model, communication traffic model, and synchronization theory.
Undergraduate EEE3040 Electric Machines 3 English Yes
This course provides students with fundamental principles and applications of electrical machines that cover the topics including magnetic circuits, transformers, principles of electro-mechanical energy conversion and rotating machines, synchronous machine, induction machines, various D.C. machines, small power A.C. motors. It deals with various application of electric machines such as robot, MEMS, electric car.
Undergraduate EEE3049 Introduction to Computer Networks 3 English Yes
There are details about the upper layer, protocols, standards, and interfaces, based on the basic concept of data communication. This course is concerned with the mode of operation of the different types of data network that are used to interconnect a distributed community of computers and the various interface a standards and protocols associated with them. Also, describe the function and operation of the additional protocols that are needed to enable a set of aplication programs to communicate with one another to perform specific distributed application functions.
Undergraduate EEE3052 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 English Yes
Operating system is an essential part of a computer system. It provides an interface to the users and also manages system resources. There are three major goals of this course. One is to provide a firm foundation in the principles and concepts that underlie operating systems. The second is to study and discuss major issues of operating systems such as process management, storage management, file and I/O management, and security management. Finally, we study some design issues for the distributed operating systems and operating systems of parallel processing systems. Also, we study and discuss the characteristics of some standardized operating systems such as Unix and Linux.
Undergraduate EEE3055 Optoelectronics 3 English Yes
In this class, we will study optoelectronics and applications that are based on understanding of basic optics theory. The wave nature of light and electromagnetic analysis will be used to understand principles of optical transmission through waveguide and fiber, LED, laser, photodetectors, optical sensors, modulators, modern display devices, and many more applications useful in practice. The class is intended not just to provide a firm basis for optics and optoelectronics but also to build up background knowledge that can be creatively utilized for various interdisciplinary applications.
Undergraduate EEE3011 Digital Signal Processing 3 Korean Yes
The topics to be covered are : Analysis and process techniques used in computer processing of signals. Analog to digital conversion. Recursive digital filters, and matched filters. Time series analysis of waveforms, z-transforms, and Fast Fourier transforms (FFT) for digital signal analysis, complex demodulaion and data compression. Cepstrum tecnique and spectral estimation.
Undergraduate EEE3015 Semiconductor Integration Engineering 3 Korean Yes
The primary goal is to educate student as a semiconductor process engineer. Ultra Large Scale Integration (ULSI) technology will be covered in terms of microelectronic device fabrication process and electrical and electronic characterization of the fabricated devices. To understand micro- or nano-scale electronic devices, student will learn how unit device is operated and what kind of fabrication procedure has to be used. Unit process such as Lithography and Etching, Oxidation, Diffusion, Ion Implantation, Thin Film Deposition, PVD, CVD, Epitaxy, Interconnection, MOS Process Integration, MOS Capacitor, BJT Integration will be treated in this course.
Undergraduate EEE3019 Electrical Power System Engineering 3 Korean Yes
The electric utility industry is probably the largest and most complex system in the world. The electrical power system engineers are concerned with every steps in the process of generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy.The objective of this course is to study methods of power system analysis and design, particularly with the aid of a computer and information technology in sufficient depth to give the student the basic theory at the undergraduate level. The approach is designed to develop students' thinking process, enabling them to reach a sound understanding of a broad range of topics to power system engineering and application of computer technology, while motivating their interest in the electrical power industry
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