Graduate

2018 Curriculum

    • Track Introduction

      Electrical Engineering (EE) is the field of study that deals with everything from solid-state devices and designing integrated circuits to developing information, communication and control systems. Over 22 faculty members are committed to the EE program while actively contributing in various research groups – Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Group, Information & Networks Research Group, Semiconductor Device &Circuit Design Research Group, EM &Wireless Power Transfer Research Group. The EE program is firmly committed to sustaining excellence in traditional areas of strength while venturing into areas of opportunity. Research and education in the EE program includes the area of Communication, Control, Signal Processing; Analog, Digital, RF and Power Circuit Design; Power Electronics and Systems; Electronic Devices and Materials; and Photonics.

      Communication, Control, & Signal Processing

      The Communication, Control, and Signal Processing area focuses on research and development of IT convergence systems that are capable of enriching the future human society with pleasant, secure, convenient, and socially connected living environments. The broad range of IT technologies covered by this track is cohesively merged together to reap the new benefits in the ubiquitous information society driven by the digital convergence. The research areas in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing include cutting-edge future IT technologies and convergence systems such as wireless communications, channel coding for communication systems, wireless and mobile networking, human-friendly intelligent robotic systems, decision and control system, image and video processing, computer vision, 3D visual processing, machine learning, medical image processing, and future smart home systems.

      Analog, Digital, RF & Power Circuit Design

      The Analog, Digital, RF, & Power Circuit Design area focuses on a vital area of electrical engineering represented by the core technology needed in implementing consumer electronics, automotive IT, communication systems and biomedical systems. Research in analog and RF circuit design circuits includes high-speed analog-digital converters, RF and wireless communication ICs, sensor network devices, RFID, antenna design, automotive IT and e-health sensors. Research in VLSI digital circuits includes low-power and high-performance microprocessor and mixed signal circuits including CAD (computer-aided design), physical design, and design for testing and manufacturability, next generation semiconductor devices, packaging, and power/signal integrity. Research in power circuit design includes power converters, power interface systems, and power conditioning for various applications such as renewable energy, EVs, and smart grid.

      Electronic & Photonic Devices

      The Electronic & Photonic Devices area focuses on research and development of next-generation semiconductor electronic devices and photonic/plasmonic devices covering most of the electromagnetic wave spectrum including microwave, THz, mid-/near-infrared and visible light. Research in electronic devices focuses on nanoscale non-planar CMOS devices, multi-level logic/memory devices, flexible devices, neuromorphic devices, and high-performance THz detectors/emitters, which is a part of the cooperative research effort aiming at developing electronic brain and THz sensing systems for security, safety, and medical applications. Research in photonic/plasmonic devices focuses on photonic waveguide devices which constitute photonic integrated-circuits used for optical interconnects and optical sensors, plasmonics in which a variety of peculiar optical phenomena related to light-matter interaction in metal or metal/dielectric interfaces are studied, and metamaterials with novel properties which cannot be observed from materials existing in nature.

Credit Requirement

Credit Requirement
Program Total Credits required Course Credit Research Credit
Master’s Program at least 28 credits at least 21 credits at least 7 credits
Doctoral Program at least 60 credits at least 18 credits at least 42 credits
Combined Master’s-Doctoral Program at least 60 credits at least 36 credits at least 24 credits

Curriculum

Electrical Engineering Curriculum
Course is Classification Course No. Course Title Cred.- Lect.- Exp. Prerequisite Convergence
Required Research ECE590 ECE Graduate Seminar 1-1-0 EE211, EE311 X
ECE690 Master’s Research 가변학점
ECE890 Doctoral Research 가변학점
Elective Lecture EE506 Introduction to Optimization 3-3-0 EE533 O
CSE512 Graph Theory 3-3-0 O
EE530 Image Processing 3-3-0 EE211, EE311
EE531 Intelligent Systems 3-3-0 EE211, EE311
EE532 Linear System Theory 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE313
EE533 Advanced Linear Algebra 3-3-0 EE211, EE311
EE534 Modern Digital Communication Theory 3-3-0 EE412
EE535 Robotics 3-1-4 EE211, EE311, EE313
EE536 3D Visual Processing 3-3-0 EE211, EE311 O
EE537 Audio Engineering 3-3-0 EE411
EE538 Data Communication Networks 3-3-0 EE211 O
EE539 Advanced Control Techniques 3-3-0 EE313
EE540 Stochastic Optimization 3-3-0 EE211
EE541 Modern Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes 3-3-0 EE211, EE311
EE542 Introduction to Medical Image Processing 3-3-0 EE311 O
EE543 Computer Vision 3-3-0 EE211, EE311 O
EE550 Electric Machines and Drives 3-3-0 EE231
EE551 Analog Filters 3-3-0 EE301
EE552 Operational Amplifier Design 3-3-0 EE301
EE553 Digital Integrated Circuits 3-3-0 EE301 O
EE554 Electronic Packaging Design 3-3-0 EE231
EE555 Advanced Power Electronics 3-3-0 EE231, EE301, EE404
EE556 Antenna Engineering 3-3-0 EE231, EE204
EE557 Data Converter Circuits 3-3-0 EE301
EE558 Advanced Analog IC Design 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE559 Wireless IC Design 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE560 Power Systems 3-3-0 EE301, EE313
EE571 Advanced Electromagnetics 3-3-0 EE231, PHY204
EE572 Numerical methods in Electromagnetics 3-3-0 EE231, PHY204 O
EE575 Modern RF Engineering 3-3-0 EE231, PHY204 O
EE576 Advanced Photonics 3-3-0 EE231, EE204
EE577 Microelectronics Lab 3-1-4 EE331
EE578 Advanced Semiconductor Device Engineering 3-3-0
EE580 Automotive Elective System Design 3-3-0 EE404
EE581 Automotive Electronics I 3-3-0 EE404
EE582 Automotive Electronics II 3-3-0 EE404
EE630 Special Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing I 3-3-0
EE631 Special Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing II 3-3-0
EE632 Special Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing III 3-3-0
EE633 Special Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing Ⅳ 3-3-0
EE634 Special Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing Ⅴ 3-3-0
EE635 Special Topics in Electronic Design and Applications I 3-3-0
EE636 Special Topics in Electronic Design and Applications II 3-3-0
EE637 Special Topics in Electronic Design and Applications III 3-3-0
EE638 Special Topics in Electronic Design and Applications Ⅳ 3-3-0
EE639 Special Topics in Electronic Design and Applications Ⅴ 3-3-0
EE640 Special Topics in Device Physics I 3-3-0
EE641 Special Topics in Device Physics II 3-3-0
EE731 Information Theory 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE312, ECE541
EE732 Advance Digital Signal Processing 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE411, ECE541
EE733 Optimal Control Theory 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE532
EE734 Estimation & Decision Theory 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE411, ECE541
EE735 Pattern Recognition 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, ECE541 O
EE736 Channel Coding Theory 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, EE312, ECE541
EE737 Data Compression 3-3-0 EE211, EE311, ECE541
EE738 Advanced Wireless Communication Theory 3-3-0 EE412, ECE534
EE752 Advanced Integrated System Design 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE753 Advanced Digital IC Design 3-3-0 EE201, EE301 O
EE754 Low Noise Electronic System Design 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE755 Frequency Synthesizers 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE756 Electronic Oscillators 3-3-0 EE301, EE302
EE759 Intelligent Power Interface 3-3-0 EE404, EE555
EE772 Nanoscale Electronic Devices 3-3-0 PHY315 O
EE773 Compound Semiconductor Devices 3-3-0 PHY315 O
EE774 Plasma in Device Manufacturing 3-3-0 EE231, PHY204 O
EE775 Electromagnetic compatibility 3-3-0 O
EE778 Electronic Carrier Transport Physics 3-3-0 O
EE782 Nanophotonics 3-3-0 O
EE830 Advanced Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing I 3-3-0
EE831 Advanced Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing II 3-3-0
EE832 Advanced Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing III 3-3-0
EE833 Advanced Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing Ⅳ 3-3-0
EE834 Advanced Topics in Communication, Control, and Signal Processing Ⅴ 3-3-0
EE835 Advanced Topics in Electronic Design and Applications I 3-3-0
EE836 Advanced Topics in Electronic Design and Applications II 3-3-0
EE837 Advanced Topics in Electronic Design and Applications III 3-3-0
EE838 Advanced Topics in Electronic Design and Applications Ⅳ 3-3-0
EE839 Advanced Topics in Electronic Design and Applications Ⅴ 3-3-0
EE840 Advanced Topics in Device Physics I 3-3-0
EE841 Advanced Topics in Device Physics II 3-3-0
PHY503 Electrodynamics I 3-3-0
PHY505 Quantum Mechanics I 3-3-0
PHY561 Plasma Physics 3-3-0 EE231, PHY203, PHY204
PHY723 Interface Physics of Electronic Devices 3-3-0 EE331 O
PHY761 Physics of Vacuum Electron Devices 3-3-0 O
PHY763 Laser-Plasma Physics 3-3-0 PHY427
PHY765 Nuclear Fusion Engineering 3-3-0 O
ECS527 Organic Electronics 3-3-0