Curriculum

  • This course will cover advanced device physics of MOSFETs and their ultimate scaling. Recent trends such as a new device structure and a new material will be introduced, and various types of memory devices as an example of detailed applications are also covered. Through a depth of study in quantum effects, reliability issues, and modeling, this course can provide core knowledge of next device technologies and a chance to explore new applications. (Prerequisite: EE362, EE561)

  • In this course, basic principles, applications, and recent issues in front-edge nanoelectronic devices such as RTD, FinFETs, nanowire MOSFETs, Carbon nanotubes, Graphene nano-ribbons, quantum dot, and spin-based devices will be covered. This course consists of theoretical consideration of the subjects and practical on-line simulation sessions using existing tools. (Prerequisite: EE565)

  • In this course, the basic concept and principle of plasma electronics will be studied. In particular, the basic phenomena of electronics in gas phase and the fundamental theory of plasmonics will be studied. The application of plasma electronics for plasma process and high-efficiency electronic displays and energy devices will be also discussed.

  • In this course, a new technology trend in electronics, flexible electronics, will be discussed and studied. The fundamental concept of flexible devices and materials including fabrication process will be introduced, and the applications of flexible electronics to TFTs, Display, Solar cell, and Sensors are also discussed.

  • This course will teach students fundamental concepts and technologies for energy harvesting systems and their related circuits, as well as power management IC technologies that can minimize power usage.

  • This course covers broad aspects of electrical engineering including fundamental concepts, history, and various application areas. Roles and futures of electrical engineering are also addressed in this course.

  • This course deals with system identification to know the unknown system parameters for controlling the system. There are two schemes for the control of the unknown system: one is direct adaptive control and the other is indirect adaptive control. Robust adaptive control and adaptive control for nonlinear systems are dealt with.
    (Prerequisite: EE581)

  • This course introduces variable structure control (VSC) theory which is one of the robust control theories. Various basic theorems of VSC will be analyzed in the sliding mode. Expanding the target plant from a second order plant to the n-th order plant, it will be studied how to determine switching conditions and switching vectors. Stability will be analyzed by designing a feedback control loop. By integrating multi-variable structure with optimal control theory and adaptive control theory, the problem of system optimization and the problem of determining coefficients of switching vector in sliding mode will be resolved. Based on those theories, discrete variable structure control (DVSC) will be introduced. Finally, it will be studied how to apply those theories to the control system in robot systems, space aerial planes, satellites, chemical plants, power plants and motors.

  • This course introduces variable structure control (VSC) theory which is one of the robust control theories. By integrating multi-variable structure with optimal control theory and adaptive control theory, the problem of system optimization and the problem of determining coefficients of switching vector in sliding mode will be resolved. Based on those theories, discrete variable structure control (DVSC) will be introduced. Finally, it will be studied how to apply those theories to the control system in robot systems, space aerial planes, satellites, chemical plants, power plants, and motors. (Prerequisite: EE581, EE681)

    Recommended
  • This course deals with sensor fusion, decision making and information procession on real time for intelligent robots. To have a higher level of cognition, advanced level of problem-solving methods are presented for task planning, scheduling and navigation planning.
    (Prerequisite: EE682, EE683)

Pages

메뉴닫기