1,2학년생들을 위한

- 학과 입문(신소재공학과):1학년 2학기
- · 신소재와 미래 과학 기술
- - 제 4차산업혁명의 도래와 미래의 신소재들

- · 신소재와 미래 과학 기술
- STC (Science&Tech Core): 2학년 1학기
- · 신소재 과학
- - 다양한 신소재 분야의 소개와 소재 과학의 기본적 이해

- · 소재 디자인
- - 실험과 프로젝트를 통한 소재의 합성과 소자 제조

- · 소재구조론(2021학번~)
- - 결정 구조와 계산, 대칭과 관련한 기본원리

- · 나노 과학과 기술(~2020학번)
- - 나노 소재의 합성 및 물성에 대한 이해와 응용
- - 신소재 분야의 도전과 이슈

- · 신소재 과학

교과과정

교과과정

생체융합 기술 교과과정

정보 기술 교과과정

교과과정

2학년

- 1. 소재과학이란? (1
^{st}) - 2. 원자들로 구성된 고체의 구조 : 원자들이 적층되는 방법에 따라 달라지는 고체의 구조 (2
^{nd}) - 3. 고체내 결함들의 종류와 생성 원인: 원자들의 불규칙 적층으로 생성되는 결함의 종류에 대한 이해 (3
^{rd}) - 4. 점결함의 이동 원리: 점결함의 생성, 이동에 대한 이해와 확산으로의 응용 (
^{4th}) - 5. 선결함이 기계적 성질에 미치는 영향 (5
^{th}) - 6. 상의 의미와 상 사이의 평형 상태 도표 (6
^{th}) - 7. 상의 형성 원리와 상 변화 (7
^{th}) - 8. 중간고사 (8
^{th}) - 9. 바이오, 첨단구조, 에너지, 반도체, 광학 소재를 통해 알아보는 소재의 분류와 물성에 대한 이해 (9
^{th}) - 10. 의료용 센서를 통해 알아보는 바이오 소재의 종류와 물성, 반응기구에 대한 이해 (10
^{th}) - 11. 항공기, 배의 부식을 통해 알아보는 소재의 부식과 퇴화 메커니즘 이해 (11
^{th}) - 12. 배터리의 구동을 통해 알아보는 소재의 전기적 특성 변화에 대한 이해 (12
^{th}) - 13. 열전소자의 구동을 통해 알아보는 소재의 열적 특성 변화에 대한 이해 (13
^{th}) - 14. 다양한 메모리의 구동을 통해 알아보는 소재의 유전적, 자기적 특성 변화에 대한 이해 (14
^{th}) - 15. LED의 구동을 통해 알아보는 소재의 발광 메커니즘 이해 (15
^{th}) - 16. 기말고사 (16
^{th})

2학년

- 1. Crystal Lattices (1
^{st}, 2^{nd})- - Space Lattice
- - Crystal Systems
- - Bravais Lattices
- - Convolution of Crystal Structure
- - Distance between Two Points
- - Lattice Planes
- - Rhombohedral-centered Hexagonal

- 2. Reciprocal Space (3
^{rd})- - The Reciprocal Basis Vectors
- - Reciprocal Space and Lattice Planes
- - Reciprocal Metric Tensor
- - Non-primitive Lattices
- - Reciprocal Lattice: Fourier Transform of a Crystal Lattice
- - Brillouin Zone

- 3. Coordinate Transformation (4
^{th}, 5^{th})- - Vector Cross Product
- - Relation between Direct and Reciprocal Spaces
- - Coordinate Transformations
- - Stereographic Projection

- 4. Crystal Symmetry (6
^{th}, 7^{th})- - Symmetry of a Hexagon - Symmetry Operations
- - Combinations of Symmetry Operations
- - Point Symmetry

- 5. Point Groups (8
^{th}~10^{th})- - What is a group?
- - 3-D Crystallographic Point Symmetries
- - General Remarks
- - 2-D Point Groups

2학년

- 1. Atoms and Elemental Materials Chemistry (1
^{st}~3^{rd})- - Periodic table trends
- - Quantum chemistry: Structures of hydrogenic atoms/many-electron atoms

- 2. Molecules and Chemical Bonds (4
^{th}~8^{th})- - Valence bond theory/Molecular orbital theory
- - Properties of chemical bonds
- - Molecular symmetry and polarity/chirality/vibrations

- 3. Simple Solids (9
^{th}, 10^{th})- Metals and alloys
- Ionic solids
- Nonstoichiometric solids
- Electronic solids

- 4. Acid-base and redox chemistry and reactions (11
^{th}, 12^{th})- Bronsted and Lewis acids/bases
- Acid-base reactions and properties
- Redox potentials and stability for energy generation and storage

- 5. Chemistry and reactions in coordination compounds and complexes (13
^{th}, 14^{th})- Constitution and geometry
- Electronic, optic, and magnetic properties

- 6. Frontiers (15
^{th})- Nanomaterials, catalyst, biomaterials

2학년

- 1. Introduction (Basic Concept) (1
^{st}) - 2. First Law of Thermodynamics (2
^{nd}) - 3. Second Law of Thermodynamics (3
^{rd}) - 4. Gibbs Free Energy, Thermodynamic Functions and Relations (4
^{th}) - 5. Heat Capacity, Enthalpy, Entropy and Third Law(5
^{th}, 6^{th}) - 6. Statistical Thermodynamics : Concept (7
^{th}) - 7. Statistical Thermodynamics : Applications (8
^{th}) - 8. One-Component Heterogeneous System (9
^{th}) - 9. Behavior of Gases (10
^{th}) - 10. Multicomponent Homogeneous System (11
^{th}) - 11. Multicomponent Heterogeneous System (12
^{th}) - 12. Phase Diagrams (13
^{th}) - 13. Introduction of electrochemistry (Additional part) (14
^{th})

3학년

- 1. Review of classical thermodynamics (1
^{st}~ 2^{nd})- 1) Equilibrium
- 2) Single component systems
- 3) Binary solutions and phase diagrams
- 4) The influence of interfaces on equilibrium

- 2.Defects and Diffusion (3rd ~ 5
^{th})- 1) Atomic mechanisms of diffusion
- 2) Interstitial and substitutional diffusion
- 3) Atomic mobility
- 4) High-Diffusivity Path

- 3.Surfaces and Interfaces (6
^{th}~ 8^{th})- 1) Interfacial free energy
- 2) Solid/Vapor interfaces
- 3) Boundaries in single-phase solids
- 4) Interphase interfaces in solids

- 4.Solidification (9
^{th}~ 11^{th})- 1) Homogeneous nucleation in pure solids
- 2) Heterogeneous nucleation in pure solids
- 3) Growth of a pure solids
- 4) Alloy solidification

- 5.Diffusional transformations in solids (12
^{th}~ 14^{th})- 1) Homogeneous nucleation in solids
- 2) Heterogeneous nucleation in solids
- 3) Precipitate growth
- 4) TTT diagrams
- 5) Spinodal Decomposition

- 6.Diffusionless transformations (15
^{th})

3학년

- 1. Periodic Structures of Materials (1
^{st}~ 3^{rd})- - Crystals Structures
- - Symmetry and Periodic Functions in Reciprocal lattice (1
^{st}) - - Bloch Theorem (2
^{nd}) - - Boundary conditions and Brillouine zones in One Dimensional Solids (2
^{nd}) - - Lattice waves (3
^{rd})

- 2. Chemical Bonding in Solids (4
^{th})- - Ionic/Covalent/Metallic Bonds
- - Hydrogen Bonds
- - van der Waals interactions

- 3. Lattice Vibrations in Solids (5
^{th}~ 7^{th})- - Lattice Vibrations
- - Specific Heat of Solids (Boltzmann’s, Einstein’s and Debye’s Solids)
- - Phonons in One-Dimensional Solids
- - Electronic Heat Capacity

- 4. Electrons in Solids (9
^{th}~ 13^{th})- - Electrons in Periodic Potentials
- - Free Electrons and Diffractions
- - The Nearly-Free-Electron Model
- - Drude Models and Ohmic Law

- 5. Metals, Insulators and Semiconductors (14
^{th}~15^{th})- - Electronic Band Structures
- - Band Electrons and Holes
- - Optical Responses of Metal, Insulators and Semiconductors

3학년

- 1. Introduction: Lab. Safety (1 week)
- 2. Microstructure of Steels: Metallography (OM) – Steel (0.2%C, 0.8%C), Vickers Hardness, SEM, Structural (EBSD), Compositional (EDS/WDS) (3 weeks)
- 3. Mechanical Properties of Steels: Tensile Test, Fractography (SEM) (2 weeks)
- 4. Nanofabrications: Optical Lithography (1.5 weeks)
- 5. Photonic Glasses: Optical Conversion (1.5 weeks)
- 6. Soft Matters: Characterization of Smart Poly(N-isopropyl Acrylamide), PNIPAAm (1.5 weeks)
- 7. Organic Solar Cells: Solar Cell Characteristics (Solar Simulator) (3.5 weeks)

3학년

- 1
^{st}week: Introduction to numerical methods for materials scientist - 2
^{nd}week: Basic mathematics and error analysis (오차 해석) - 3
^{rd}week: One Variable equations (1변수 방정식) - 4
^{th}week: System of linear equations (선형 연립방정식) - 5
^{th}week: System of nonlinear equations (비선형 연립방정식) - 6
^{th}week: Interpolation (보간법) - 7
^{th}week: Regression (회귀분석) - 8
^{th}week: Mid-Term Report 발표 - 9
^{th}week: Numerical quadrature (수치적분) - 10
^{th}week: Numerical differential (수치미분) - 11
^{th}week: Ordinary differential equation (상미분 방정식) - 12
^{th}week: Partial differential equation (편미분 방정식) - 13
^{th}week: Introduction to computational materials science I (전산재료과학 입문 I) - 14
^{th}week: Introduction to computational materials science II (전산재료과학 입문 II) - 15
^{th}~16^{th}week: Final-Term Report 발표

4학년

**1.Introduction:**Overview of materials characterization (1^{st})**2. Diffraction**- - Powder Diffraction (2
^{nd}) - - X-ray Diffraction, Neutron Diffraction (3
^{rd}) - - Reciprocal Space Map (RSM) (4
^{th}) - - Electron Diffraction (5
^{th})

- - Powder Diffraction (2
**3. Spectrum**- - X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES) (6
^{th}) - - Raman Spectroscopy*, FTIR (7
^{th}) - - Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) (8
^{th})

- - X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS), Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES) (6
**4. Imaging/Morphology**- - Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), EBSD/Focused Ion Beam (FIB) (10
^{th}) - - TEM* / STEM (11
^{th}, 12^{th}) - - Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) (13
^{th}) - - Atomic Probe Tomography (APT)* (14
^{th})

- - Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), EBSD/Focused Ion Beam (FIB) (10

대학원

At the beginning, the course starts with the theory of the electron wave in terms of the atomic structural analysis. It covers the topic of transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and diffraction used for quantitative structural studies, especially at the atomic level (electron crystallography). Specially, the course provides the opportunities to operate TEM and to learn how to analyze TEM data for graduate school students. The main aim of the course is to make the graduate school students utilize the TEM technique for their research.

대학원

This course covers the theory and application of electronic structure calculation method to understand and predict the physical and chemical properties of materials. Diverse quantum-mechanical first-principles calculation methods will be covered in this course. The basic theoretical background behind these computational methods will be discussed, but the course will also provide opportunities to obtain extensive hands-on experience on several powerful modern materials modeling codes for calculating diverse properties of materials.

대학원

To be able to utilize atomistic simulation (molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo) methods in Materials Researches.Basic theory and computation/simulation techniques will be introduced and practiced with relevant computer softwares.

3학년

- 1.Introduction: Overview of ceramics (
^{1st}) - 2.Bonding and structure of ceramics
- - Ionic versus covalent bonding (2
^{nd}, 3^{rd}) - - Structure of binary ionic compounds (4
^{th}) - - Structure of covalent ceramics (5
^{th})

- - Ionic versus covalent bonding (2
- 3. Thermodynamics and kinetic consideration in the formation of ceramics
- - Phase Equilibria (6
^{th}) - - Formation and structure of glass (7
^{th})

- - Phase Equilibria (6
- 4. Defect in ceramics
- - Point, linear, planar defects in ceramics (9
^{th}, 10^{th}) - - Diffusion (11
^{th})

- - Point, linear, planar defects in ceramics (9
- 5. Sintering and grain growth
- - Solid state sintering (12
^{h}, 13^{th}) - - Liquid-phase sintering (14
^{th})

- - Solid state sintering (12
- 6. Creep, subcritical crack formation, and Fatigue (15
^{th})

4학년

- 1.Introduction: Electro-ceramics (1
^{st}) - 2. Review: structure of ceramics (2
^{nd}) - 3. Defects of ceramics: defects in ionic crystal and types of defects (3
^{rd}, 4^{th}) - 4. Compensation of defects in ionic crystals (5
^{th}) - 5. Brower diagram and defect equilibria (6
^{th}) - 6. Electronic and ionic conduction in electroceramics (7
^{th}) - 7. Applications :Sensors (9
^{th}) - 8. Applications :Transparent conducting oxides (10
^{th}) - 9. Applications: Dielectrics (charge displacement and polarization) (11
^{th}) - 10. Applications: actuators (12
^{th}) - 11. Applications: Ferroelectrics (13
^{th}) - 12. Applications: Varistor and NTC behaviors (14
^{th}) - 13. Electro-optic applications in ceramics (15
^{th})

4학년

- Review of Thermodynamics
- 1. The First and The Second Law of Thermodynamics (1
^{st}) - 2. Enthalpy, Entropy, and The Gibbs Free Energy (2
^{nd}) - 3. Phase Equilibria (3
^{rd})

- 1. The First and The Second Law of Thermodynamics (1
- Introduction to Electrochemistry
- 4. Introduction to Electrode Processes (4
^{th}) - 5. Potentials and Thermodynamics of Electrochemical Cell (5
^{th}) - 6. Kinetics of Electrode Reactions (6
^{th}) - 7. Mass Transfer by Migration and Diffusion (7
^{th})

- 4. Introduction to Electrode Processes (4
- Applications
- 8. Galvanic Cell - Battery I (Principle of Energy Storage in Battery)(9
^{th}) - 9. Galvanic Cell - Battery II (Materials for Battery) (10
^{th}) - 10. Galvanic Cell - Fuel Cell I (Principle of Energy Conversion in Fuel Cell) (11
^{th}) - 11. Galvanic Cell - Fuel Cell II (Materials for Fuel Cell) (12
^{th}) - 12. Electrolytic Cell - Water Electrolyzer I (Principle of Energy Conversion in Water Electrolyzer) (12
^{th}) - 13. Electrolytic Cell - Water Electrolyzer II (Materials for Water Electrolyzer) (14
^{th}) - 14. Electrolytic Cell - Various P2G (Power to Gas) Systems (15
^{th})

- 8. Galvanic Cell - Battery I (Principle of Energy Storage in Battery)(9

4학년

Students will obtain hand-on experiences on the various aspects of ceramic materials and glasses

- Lab 1. Introduction (1 week)
- - Overview of the course

- Lab 2. Oxide semiconductor materials and devices (3.5 week)
- - Synthesis of transparent oxide semiconductors
- - Structural and electrical characterization of transparent oxide semiconductors

- Lab 3. Solid-state battery (3.5 week)
- - Synthesis of solid-state electrolytes
- - Structural and electrochemical characterization of solid-state electrolytes

- Lab 4. Glass with quantum dots (3.5 week)
- - Synthesis of germanosilicate glasses containing PbSe quantum dots
- - Optical characterization germanosilicate glasses containing PbSe quantum dots for mid-infrared luminescence

- Lab 5. Transmission electron microscopy (3.5 week)
- - Characterization with TEM
- - Atomic scale analysis with TEM

대학원

This course aims to deliver underlying principles and properties of metal oxides, which are emerging materials for today’s electronics and energy technologies, in terms of orbitals and chemical bonding. In particular, students will understand fundamental electronic structure and chemistry of oxides, relate electronic structure to electronic properties, and describe the principle of the unique properties (e.g., ferroelectrics, oxide semiconductors, magnetism, phase transition,…) in oxide films and interfaces. Upon completion of this course, the students will be familiar with basic principles and unique properties of metal oxides.

대학원

This course will introduce the fundamentals such as electrode reactions and electrode kinetics of the electrochemical reactions and experimental techniques such as CV and EIS. These fundamentals also apply to electrochemical applications in energy fields such as batteries, fuel cells, sensors, solar conversion system such as photo-electrochemistry. Upon completion of this course, the students will be familiar with fundamentals of electrochemical reactions and their applications.

대학원

This course provides a solid knowledge based on in-depth electrochemistry to understand a fundamental phenomena in the energy conversion systems such as batteries, fuel cells, water electrolyzers, and in the materials processing techniques, such as corrosion/anti-corrosion, electroplating, electrowinning, electrorefining. In particular, various electrochemical methods are like intensively covered for students to directly apply the knowledge to their practical research.

3학년

- 1. Introduction (1
^{st})- - Course introduction
- - Introduction to Polymer Science

- 2. Chain Structures and Conformation (2
^{nd})- - Molar Mass and Molar Mass Distribution
- - Stereochemistry of Repeating Units
- - Configurations and Conformation
- - Common Types of Copolymers

- 3. Dilute Solution Thermodynamics, Molecular Weights, and Sizes (3
^{rd})- - The Solubility Parameter
- - Molecular Weight Averages
- - Thermodynamics of Mixing
- - Intrinsic Viscosity

- 4. Polymer Chain Characterization (4
^{th})- - Polymer chain dimensions
- - Excluded volume

- 5. Friction Properties of Dilute Polymer Solution (5
^{th})- - Solution viscosity
- - Molecular weight and size

- 6. Measurements of Molecular weights (6
^{th})- Number-Average Molar Mass (Osmotic pressure)
- Molar Mass Distribution (Chromatography)
- - Weight average molar mass (Light scattering)

- 7. Phase separation of Polymers (7
^{th})- - Phase diagram of polymer blend
- - Block copolymer
- - Phase separation of polymers

- 8. Polymers in Amorphous State (9
^{th})- - Non-crystalline polymer
- - Melt state of crystalline polymers

- 9. Polymer Crystals (10
^{th})- - Structure of single crystals
- - Growth kinetics of semicrystals
- - Structure of semicrystals
- - Molar Mass Distribution (Chromatography)

- 10. Types of Polymerization (11
^{th})- - Step-Growth Polymerization
- - Living Radical Polymerization
- - Chain-Growth Polymerization
- - Ionic Chain-Growth Polymerization

- 11. Living Radical Polymerization (12
^{th}, 13^{th})- - Ionic Chain-Growth Polymerization
- - RAFT polymerization
- - ATRP polymerization

- 12. Spectroscopy (14
^{th}, 15^{th})- - IR Spectroscopy
- - UV-Vis Spectroscopy
- - NMR Spectroscopy

4학년

- 1.Course Introduction (1
^{st})- - How to understand (make models) the properties of solutions, amorphous, crystalline, blends, composites of polymers?
- - What are the properties of polymers? Mechanical, viscoelastic, electrical, optical…

- 2.Properties of Bulk Polymers (2
^{nd}, 3^{rd})- - Tensor Analysis
- - Elastic deformation & Stress-Strain Relationship
- - Mechanical deformation

- 3.Viscoelastic Properties (4
^{th}, 5^{th})- - Shear-strain rate expression
- - Dynamic mechanical tests
- - Viscoelastic mechanical models
- - Time-temperature superposition

- 4. Polymer elastomers (6
^{th}, 7^{th})- - Mechanical behavior of elastomer deformation
- - Thermodynamics of elastomer deformation
- - Statistical theory of elastomer deformation
- - Stress-strain behavior of elastomers (Network deformation)

- 5. Yield and Crazing (9
^{th}, 10^{th})- - Yielding in polymers
- - Yield criteria upon shear stress
- - Craze and Craze criteria
- - Necking
- - Yield mechanism

- 6. Fracture and Toughening (11
^{th})- - Fundamentals of Fracture
- - Polymer Toughening
- - Mechanics of Fracture

- 7. Polymer Composites (12
^{th}, 13^{th})- - Materials for composites
- - Types of reinforcement: Elastic, Inelastic Stress transfer
- - Analytical models

- 8. Electrical Properties (14
^{th}, 15^{th})- - Polymer dielectric properties
- - Conduction in polymers
- - Polymer-based electronics
- - Dielectric measurement and models
- - Polymer electrolytes

대학원

- 1. Introduction to biomaterials science - Course syllabus, Research trend in biomaterials science (1
^{st}) - 2. History of biomaterials science - Biomaterials, Drug delivery system, Tissue engineering (2
^{nd}) - 3. Biochemistry for biomaterials science I - Fundamentals on cells, protein and peptide (3
^{rd}) - 4. Biochemistry for biomaterials science II – Nucleic acid : DNA and RNA, oligonucleotide drugs (4
^{th}) - 5. Polymeric biomaterials - Biodegradable polymers, Synthesis of biodegradable polymers, Biodegradation of polymers (5
^{th}) - 6. Hydrogel biomaterials - Hydrogels in biomaterials science, Structures of various hydrogels, Polyelectrolyte complex (6
^{th}) - 7. Soft electronic materials – Conjugated materials, Stretchable materials, Self-healing materials(7
^{th}) - 8. Photonic biomaterials – 1 Dimensional (D), 2D, and 3D photonic materials (9
^{th}) - 9. Inorganic biomaterials - Permanent devices/implants, Biomimesis of bone, Organic templating of inorganic biomaterials (10
^{th}) - 10. Biological recognition of biomaterials - Interactions of biomaterials with cells, Engineering biological recognition (11
^{th}) - 11. Blood-biomaterials interactions - Basic concepts, Blood compatibility (12
^{th}) - 12. Biomaterials for drug delivery - Drug-polymer conjugates, Nano- and micro-drug carriers, Drug delivery devices (13
^{th}) - 13. Biomaterials for tissue engineering - Stem cells, Cell therapy, Tissue scaffolds and growth factor, Tissue engineering applications (14
^{th}) - 14. Biomaterials for smart healthcare - Healthcare materials, Nanomachines, Molecular devices, Theranostic applications (15
^{th})

4학년

- Week 1: Prof. Seung Soo Oh (오승수 교수)
- - Introduction to polymer design and laboratory

- Week 2-4: Prof. Youn Soo Kim (김연수 교수)
- - Preparation of functional copolymers
- - Preparation of functional hydrogels
- - Preparation of hydrogels

- Week 5-7: Prof. Seung Soo Oh (오승수 교수)
- - Sequence-controlled biopolymer synthesis and their characterization
- - Block copolymer-induced micelle formation and characterization
- - Preparation of biopolymer double network complex as adhesives

- Week 8: Mid-term exam
- Week 9-11: Prof. Unyong Jeong (정운룡 교수)
- - Measurement of Basic Properties of Polymer - Dielectrical Properties and Mechanical Properties
- - Fabrication Strain Sensor – Block copolymer Conductive Polymer Composites for Stretchable Electrode
- - Performance Test of Strain Sensor - Measurement and Evaluation of Stretchability, Sensitivity, and Reliability

- Week 12-14: Prof. Sei Kwang Hahn (한세광 교수)
- - Synthesis and analysis of hyaluronate derivatives
- - Preparation and characterization of PLGA particles
- - Synthesis and analysis of PLGA

- Week 15-16: Experimental Reports and Final exam

대학원

대학원

This class deals with the fundamentals of the static and dynamic properties of polymer networks and gels. And it covers the synthesis and characterization of novel polymeric networks and gels such as hydrogels, ion gels, and gels of amphiphilic block copolymers. Also, the applications of gels such as the use of the gel medium for controlled drug delivery, encapsulation of proteins and enzymes, and biomimetic soft actuators will be introduced.

대학원

This course will provide in-depth fundamental concepts for materials science and engineering in medicine focusing on recent advances in biosensors, bioimaging systems, drug delivery systems, regenerative medicines, and theranostic systems.

대학원

This course provides an introduction to nucleic acid biopolymers (e.g., DNA and RNA) and their connection with cutting-edge nanobiotechnologies. The course covers: discovery, basic chemistry, structure, synthesis, instrumental analysis and manipulation of nucleic acids. General topics include recent advances in nucleic acids for molecular diagnostics and therapeutics, genome engineering, and even nonbiological applications.

3학년

- 1. Introduction
- - Crystal properties, atoms and electrons, crystal growth, etc. (1st week)

- 2. Energy bands and charge carriers in semiconductor (2nd week ~ 4th week)
- - Bonding Forces and Energy Bands in Solids
- - Carrier Concentrations. The Fermi Level
- - Conductivity and Mobility
- - Charge Carriers in Semiconductors
- - Drift of Carriers in Electric and Magnetic Fields
- - Invariance of the Fermi Level at Equilibrium.

- 3. Excess carriers in semiconductors (5th week ~ 7th week)
- - Optical Absorption. Luminescence
- - Diffusion and Drift of Carriers
- - Carrier Lifetime and Photoconductivity
- - Diffusion and Recombination

- 4. PN Junction (9th week ~ 13th week)
- - PN diode fabrication
- - I-V characteristics (ideal diode)
- - Junction capacitance
- - junction breakdown
- - Energy diagram (PN electrostatics)
- - Minority & Majority currents
- - Junction model
- - generation / recombination current

- 5. Metal-Semiconductor Contact (14th week ~ 15th week)
- - Ideal MS contacts
- - Current / voltage characteristics
- - Energy diagram

4학년

- 1. MOS Capacitor (1
^{st}week ~ 3^{rd}week) - 2. MOSFET device Physics (4
^{th}week ~ 6^{th}week) - 3. Scaling issues & Reliability issues (7
^{th}week ~ 9^{th}week) - 4. Memory Devices (DRAM, FLASH, New memory) (10
^{th}week) - 5. Junction formation (Implantation & RTP) (12
^{th}week) - 6. Thin film deposition (CVD, PVD, ALD) (13
^{th}week) - 7. Patterning (Lithography & Etching) (14
^{th}week) - 8. Metallization (Interconnect and Contact) (15
^{th}week) - 9. Process Integration (15
^{th}week)

4학년

4학년

- Lab 1. Introduction (1 week)
- - Overview of the course

- Lab 2. Si Wafer preparation (1 week)
- - Observation of Si device by microscopy
- - Si wafer: wafer cleaning (RCA)
- - SiO2 wafer: wet etching and color chart

- Lab 3. Vacuum depositions I: Thermal Evaporation of Au thin films (1 week)
- Lab 4. Vacuum depositions II: Atomic layer deposition of Al thin films (1 week)
- Lab 5. Synthesis of one-dimensional semiconductors: (2 weeks)
- - Preparation of Au nano-catalyst
- - Growth of single-crystalline Si nanowires by chemical vapor deposition

- Lab 6. Materials characterizations of one-dimensional semiconductors (2 weeks)
- -Crystallinity of Si nanowires by X-ray diffraction.
- - Microstructures of Si nanowires by electron microscopy

- Lab 7. Pattern transfer (2 1/2 weeks)
- - Spin coating and baking.
- - Photolithography and E-beam lithography
- - Metal liftoff

- Lab 8. Transistor fabrications and electrical characterizations (3 1/2 weeks)
- - Current-Voltage characteristics of Si nanowire transistors

4학년

- 1. Introduction and Admin/ Semiconductor Device Trend (1st week)
- 2. From Devices to Systems: Electric Circuits (2nd week)
- 3. Voltage and Current Laws (3rd week)
- 4. Capacitors and Inductors (4th week)
- 5. Basic Circuit Analysis (5th week)
- 6. Introduction to Semiconductor Devices (6th week)
- 7. Transistor and a Resistor: Amplifiers (7th week)
- 8. Transistors for Logic Computation: Inverter and Logic Gates (9th week)
- 9. Semiconductor Memory System: SRAM and DRAM (10th week)
- 10. System Example: Neuromorphic Computing System (11th week)
- 11. Introduction to Optoelectronic Devices (12th week)
- 12. Light Emission System: LEDs and Display System (13th week)
- 13. Light Detection System: CCDs and Image Sensor System (14th week)
- 14. Light Harvesting System: Solar Cells and Energy System (15th week)

대학원

This course will cover device physics on conventional semiconductor memory devices (DRAM and FLASH) and emerging memory device (ReRAM, PRAM, & MRAM). In addition, neuromorphic synapse device for hardware neural network and patent map on memory devices will be covered.

대학원

The objective of this course is to provide fundamental understanding on nanoelectronic materials and devices. This course will focus on both top-down and bottom-up nanotechnologies. Emphasis will be placed on comparing the two approaches in terms of real electronic device applications. Impact of nanotechnology on semiconductor devices will be discussed in detail.

대학원

The main objective of this course is to obtain understanding on the fascinating optical properties of nanomaterials and its applications for photonic/optoelectronic devices. The course will focus on novel mechanisms, which can dramatically enhance light absorption, emission, modulation in nanomaterials, and new functionalities, which can provide completely new functionalities to nano-optoelectronic devices.

2학년

- 1. Introduction (1st)
- 2. Elastic Behavior of Materials (2nd)
- 3. Theory of Plasticity (3rd, 4th)
- 4. Dislocation Theory (4th, 5th, 6th)
- 5. Strengthening Mechanisms (6th, 7th)
- 6. Midterm exam. (8th)
- 7. Strengthening Mechanisms (9th)
- 8. Fracture, Fatigue, Creep (10th)
- 9. Mechanical testing (11th)
- 10. Finite element method: general (12th)
- 11. Finite element method: preprocessing (12th, 13th)
- 12. Finite element method: elastic (13th)
- 13. Finite element method: plastic and nonlinearlity (14th)
- 14. Finite element method: contact (14th)
- 15. Finite element method: composite. Rea; problem (15th)
- 16. Final exam. (16th)

3학년

- 1. Chapter 1 Introduction (1st)
- 2. Chapter 2 Atomic bonding (2nd)
- 3. Chapter 3 Crystals (2nd, 3rd)
- 4. Chapter 4 Disorder in solids (3rd, 4th)
- 5. Chapter 5 Phase equilibria (4th, 5th)
- 6. Chapter 6 Reaction rate (5th, 6th)
- 7. Chapter 7 Microstructures (6th, 7th, 8th)
- 8. Midterm exam. (9th)
- 9. Chapter 8 Deformation (10th)
- 10. Chapter 9 Strengthening (10th , 11th)
- 11. Chapter 14 Performance (11th, 12th)
- 12. Chapter 2 Phase equilibria and structure (Solidification) (12th , 13th)
- 13. Chapter 4 Characterization and analysis (13th)
- 14. Chapter 5 Physical properties (Diffusion, Ordering) (14th)
- 15. Chapter 8 Advanced alloys (14th , 15th)
- 16. Chapter 11 Non-metallics II – Composites (15th)
- 17. Final exam. (16th)

4학년

- 1. Chapter 1. Introduction to Materials Processing (1st)
- 2. Chapter 2. Starting Materials (2nd)
- 3. Chapter 3. Melt Processes (3rd, 4th)
- 4. Chapter 4. Solid Processes (5th, 6th, 7th)
- 5. Chapter 5. Powder Processes (8th, 9th, 10th)
- 6. Chapter 6. Dispersion and Solution Processes (11th, 12th)
- 7. Chapter 7. Vapor Processes (13th, 14th)
- 8. Metal Additive Manufacturing (Metal 3D Printing) (15th)
- 9. Digital Twin and Smart Manufacturing (16th)

4학년

- Lab #1
- 1. Understanding of Mg (HCP) and Cu (FCC) Alloys (1st)
- 2. Mg, Cu Tensile Test (Strain Control) (video), Pre-Report submission (2nd)
- 3. Specimen Prep. (Mounting, Polishing, Hardness) (3rd, 4th)
- 4. Specimen Prep. (Polishing & Micro-Polishing) Etching, OM, SEM (4th, 5th, 6th)
- 5. Extra work (optional) and final reporting (HCP vs. FCC tensile behavior comparison) (7th)

- Lab #2
- 7. HEA Specimen Fabrication (Weighing) (8th)
- 8. Specimen Fabrication (VIM Casting) Cold Rolling (Cross Rolling) (9th)
- 9. Specimen Prep. (Annealing, Cutting, Polishing, Etching), Simple Quiz (10th, 11th)
- 10. Tensile Test (RT, CT), Specimen Prep. (Electro-Polishing) (12th , 13th, 14th)
- 11. SEM & EBSD (Before & After Deformation)(15th, 16th)

대학원

Metallurgy has always had a strong presence at POSTECH, focusing on researching and exploring the possibilities inherent in ALLOY DESIGN of high entropy alloy to meet society’s needs. Though the materials research is now in many areas and disciplines, metals and metal alloys remain integral to the development of new materials. To emphasize the continued importance of alloy design in modern materials science, we foster an environment of metallurgical discussion, and provide an perspective. Students who are interested in metals will have opportunities to come and listen to this course.

대학원

Manufacturing involves turning raw materials into products for sale to businesses or individuals. People typically mean industrial manufacturing, but in reality, manufacturing can mean anything from simple handicrafts we buy online to large-scale industrial products. Manufacturing is the lifeblood of any economy because products are needed to make other products. Manufacturing could be a wise career choice because of its connection to so many other pieces of the economy. The complexity of our devices also requires multi-step manufacturing models, and with new products coming out every day, it's a great time to learn about the supply chain.

대학원

Fracture mechanics is the field of mechanics concerned with the study of the propagation of cracks in materials. It uses methods of analytical solid mechanics to calculate the driving force on a crack and those of experimental solid mechanics to characterize the material's resistance to fracture.