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Department of Electronics and Information Engineering

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The Department of Electronics and Information Engineering

Global leaders creating future values!The Department of Electronics and Information Engineering

  • Location
    Science and Technology Building No.329

  • Tel
    044-860-1350

  • Fax
    044-860-1585

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Introduction

Contemporary electronic engineering, developed with the ground-breaking advancement of semi-conductors, is changing society in diverse areas of information and communication and multi-media and semi-conductor medical appliances, and acts as the driving force to lead the future industries. In particular, the prominent development of computer communication network hardware and software has enabled diverse information exchanges to be applied to broadband comprehensive information communication networks, which also enables practical application of information.

Therefore, improvement in productivity using computers, and value creation of information for qualitative improvement of human life are much more important, making the development of human resources to lead these areas a priority.

In response to such changes, the Department of Information Engineering was integrated with the Department of Applied Electronics Engineering resulting in the opening of the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering in 1996. The Department of Electronic and Information Engineering is where faculty with research experience from prominent domestic and overseas universities and research agencies teach in the areas of electronic and information. More specifically, information engineering, signal processing, medical electronics, new functional devices, super high-frequency communication, computer hardware, system software, communication and computer networks.

There are laboratories exclusively used by the department and equipped with contemporary measuring equipment. Also, a 64 bit RISC-applied WORKSTATION is in use as a server while network laboratories exclusively used by students are connected with each professor's room via LAN, securing the optimum education and research system. Students can open their own websites using this advanced system and freely benefit from the changing environment by receiving assignments, submitting products and engage in discussions through the internet.

Required Student Skills and Qualities

1. Knowledge of major
Talented individuals who keep learning for their whole life based on knowledge of electronics and information engineering, have a deep technological understanding, and have the design ability to not only consider major-related finance, market, legal, and institutional problems, but also production.

2. Global capability
Talented individuals who are familiar with interdisciplinary technology, and have a high level of engineering ethics and insight about global advancement of technology and various social and cultural issues.

3. Convergence and creative capability
Talented individuals who have the capability to apply advanced convergent technologies such as medical science, biotechnology, mathematics, physics, and chemistry to electronics and information engineering, and are able to suggest solutions to problems through creative ideas.

Faculty

전Faculty
Name Position Phone Number Email Field of Research Career
Yoon KyungSik Emeritus
Professor
- ksyoon@korea.ac.kr Electronics Engineering Ph.D. University of Utah
Yang YunMo Professor 044-860-1422 ymyang@korea.ac.kr Pattern Recognition Ph.D. Tohoku University
Yi Yun Professor 044-860-1351 yunyi@korea.ac.kr Medical Imaging Ph.D. Polytechnic University
Kim MinGi Professor 044-860-1352 mgkim@korea.ac.kr Signal Processing Ph.D. Polytechnic University
Moon Jongsub Professor 044-860-1423 jsmoon@korea.ac.kr Pattern Recognition Ph.D. Illinois Institute of Technology
Oh ChangHyun Professor 044-860-1425 ohch@korea.ac.kr Electric Engineering / Medical Imaging Ph.D. KAIST
Kahng HyunKook Professor 044-860-1424 kahng@korea.ac.kr Computer Network Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology
Oh HyeongCheol Professor 044-860-1425 ohyeong@korea.ac.kr Parallel Computation, Computer Architecture Ph.D. University of Maryland at College Park
Lee HyongWoo Emeritus
Professor
- hwlee@korea.ac.kr Electrical and Computer Engineering Ph.D. University of Waterloo
Ahn SangSik Professor 044-860-1356 sahn@korea.ac.kr Signal Processing Ph.D. Polytechnic University
Choi SeongJin Professor 044-860-1357 choisj@korea.ac.kr Biosystem Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh
Kim TaeKon Professor 044-860-1358 taekonkim@korea.ac.kr Signal Processing & Communications Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
Yang JiWoon Professor 044-860-1426 jyang@korea.ac.kr Compact Modeling of Semiconductor Devices Ph.D. University of Florida
Seo Sungkyu Associate
Professor
044-860-1427 sseo@korea.ac.kr Nano Bio Photonics Ph.D. Texas A&M University
Kim Hwi Associate
Professor
044-860-1428 hwikim@korea.ac.kr Photonics Ph.D. Seoul National University
Hayun Cecillia Chung Assistant
Professor
044-860-1429 hcchung@korea.ac.kr Integrated Circuits and Systems Design Ph.D. Harvard University
Lee JaeWoo Assistant
Professor
044-860-1421 orion627@korea.ac.kr Nanoelectronics Device Ph.D. Grenoble University, Korea University
Kang HoChul Assistant
Professor
044-860-1834 wannabmc@korea.ac.kr Medical Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision Ph.D. Seoul National University
김상곤 Assistant
Professor
044-860-1835 paulka@korea.ac.kr Computer Networks and Security Ph.D. Seoul National University
Cheol E. Han Assistant
Professor
044-860-1355 cheolhan@korea.ac.kr Computational Neuroscience and Brain-like Artificial Intelligence Ph.D. University of Southern California

Career Paths after Graduation

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