Welcome to the Electrical Engineering (EE) Track.
If you are reading this, it probably means you are at least interested in the modern IT technology: what are the engineering principles behind it, how it works, and how do we implement those and realize our imagination into real life!
You are definitely in the right place.
At Electrical Engineering Track in UNIST’s ECE, we have developed our undergraduate program around three major areas:
- (1) Communication, Control, and Signal Processing (CCS) area
- (2) Electronic Design and Applications (EDA) area
- (3) Device Physics (DPH) area
CCS area teaches disciplines required to implement system oriented problems such as communication theory, network theory, control theory for robotics, and signal processing. Students with love in Mathematics can have huge advantage in this area.
EDA area teaches disciplines required to implement hardware realization problems such as circuit theory, microelectronics, analog/digital circuit design, and power electronics. Students who like more tangible things and realize hardware can enjoy these subjects.
DPH area teaches disciplines required to understand deeper foundation in Electrical Engineering area such as device modeling, semiconductor processing, and optical communications. Students with passion in Physics will excel in this area.
For graduate school program, all CCS, EDA, and DPH area professors work together for more advanced research. We have formed four Research Groups for efficient collaborations, and they are:
- (1) Information and Networks Research Group
- (2) Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Group
- (3) Semiconductor Device and Circuit Design Research Group
- (4) EM & Wireless Power Transfer Research Group
Recently, we are gathering around a new research thrust around Smart Vehicle project. There are various funded projects from government, research institutes and industries from around the world.
No matter where your talents and interests stand, if you are intrigued by modern IT technology, Electrical Engineering track.
No matter where your talents and interests stand, if you are intrigued by modern IT technology, Electrical Engineering track will more than likely to have something definitely just for you.
For further information regarding Electrical Engineering, please do not hesitate to come and ask!
Looking forward to seeing you at EE!
Prof. Franklin Bien