College of Engineering

College of Engineering

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  Educational Objective

Develop advanced studies for the information-based society of the twenty-first century and explore creative technologies.

To nurture highly qualified individuals who can provide additional value for the industrial society of the future and contribute to the country’s development, and the prosperity of human society.

Produce the highly qualified individuals equipped with the professional knowledge and the leadership skills demanded by industries of the future.

To cultivate highly qualified individuals through interdisciplinary education programs that meet international standards and the needs of the future.
 

Facts & Figures

Programs and Enrollments (Fall 2009)

- Undergraduate Program: 850

- Graduate Programs Master's Course: 80 Ph. D. Course: 20
Faculty: 30 3) Alumni: 10,000

History

  • 2009

    College of Life and Science was renamed to the College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology

  • 2008

    College of Life Resources and Science was renamed to the College of Life and Science

  • 1994

    College of Agriculture & Forestry was renamed to the College of Life Resources and Science

  • 1958

    Graduate School Launched

  • 1953

    College of Agriculture & Forestry established

  • 1951

    Department of Forestry launched

  • 1906

    Dongguk University founded

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Department of Architectural Engineering

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Division of Architectural Engineering/
Major in Architecture and Major in Architectural Enginerring

Architectural Engineering in the College of Industry was formally established as the Department of Construction in 1966 and renamed into Architectural Engineering in 1968.

The degree program was divided into the Architectural Engineering major and the Architecture major in the Division of Architectural Engineering for Undergraduate students.

The division aims to educate qualified architects and environmental designers who are able to provide professional services, with wider understanding of architecture, building science, urban design, landscape architecture and etc in global business settings.

The study of Architectural Engineering and Architecture provides graduates with diverse career paths to industry, academia, institutes, design firms and other related fields.

Architecture Curriculum

Design Communications / Visual Perception and Art / Social Syntax and Configuration / Architectural Design III / History of Korean Architecture / Introduction to Architectural Design I: Architectural Space / Building Technology / City Design and Physical Planning / Introduction to the Architectural Profession / Architectural Design I / History of Western Architecture / Introduction to Architectural Design II: User Need and Space Programming / Technology and Society / Ecological Architecture / Modernism and Contemporary Architecture / Architectural Design III / Professional Practice / Multimedia Application to Architecture / Introduction to Architecture / Architectural Graphics / History of East Asian Architecture / Landscape Architecture / History of the Built Environment / Environmental Controls of Buildings / Architectural Design Ⅱ

Architectural Engineering Curriculum

Design Communications / Visual Perception and Art / Social Syntax and Configuration / Architectural Creative Engineering Design / Building Mechanical System / Integrated Construction Engineering Design 2 / Strength of Materials / Structural Engineering Laboratory / Architectural Lighting and Acoustic Environment Engineering / Building Structures / Utility Services in Buildings / Construction Execution and Methods Ⅱ / Design of Steel Structures / Construction Execution and Methods I / Architectural Thermal Environment Engineering/ Computer Methods in Architectural Engineering / Structural Mechanics in Buildings 1 / Construction Planning and Scheduling / Reinforced Concrete Design in Buildings1 / Construction Project Management 1 / Construction Project Management-2 / Construction Materials/ Structural Mechanics in Buildings 2 / Understanding Buildings / Construction Laws and Contracts/ / Reinforced Concrete Design in Buildings 2 / Structural Analysis of Building / Construction Documents and Estimation / Integrated Construction Engineering Design 1

Graduate Program

The graduate program of Architectural Engineering was established in 1977 with the objective of generating architects who can contribute to human welfare by achieving the best combination of cutting-edge technologies and art, and the program has produced 241 graduates. The graduate program of Architectural Engineering aims to nurture future architects and architectural engineers with international competitiveness by teaching them analytic thinking and expertise and by developing creativity and comprehensive abilities.

 

- Majors

MS programs: Architectural Planning / Architectural Structure / Architectural Building / Architectural Design PhD programs: Architectural Planning / Architectural Structure / Architectural Building

Website : http://archi.dongguk.edu

Curriculum

- 0 Fluid Mechanics -1 Introduction to Computer-Aided Design -2 Introduction to Engineering analysis

- 3 Applied Mechanics -4 Geotechnical Engineering Design -5 Civil and Environmental System Capstone Design

- 6 Strength of Materials -7 Creative Engineering Design -8 Introduction to Civil & Environmental System Engineering

- 9 Water and Environment -10 Application of Engineering Software -11 System Design for Aquatic Environment and Facility

- 12 Environmental Engineering -13 Rock and Tunnel Engineering -14 Contracts and Legal Issues in Construction

- 15 Civil Engineering Geology -16 Computational Analysis of Structures -17 Design of RC and PSC Structures

- 18 Design of Steel Structures -19 Hydraulic Analysis and Experiment -20 Materials and Testing for Civil Engineers

- 21 Surveying and Practice -22 Environmental Hydraulics Engineering -23 Construction Engineering Estimation & Methods

- 24 Structural Analysis -25 Reinforced Concrete -26 Water Quality Engineering and Experiment

- 27 Soil Mechanics II -28 Soil Mechanics and Testing -29 Introduction Construction Project Management

Graduate Program

The graduate program of Civil and Environmental System Engineering covers very diverse engineering fields ranging from planning, designing and constructing infrastructure systems to maintaining and operating those systems. Civil engineering infrastructure systems include a range of facilities, such as harbors, dams, reservoirs, roads and industrial facilities. The Civil and Environmental Engineering Program aims to nurture professional engineers with responsibility and creativity in the field of civil and environmental engineering. We also train future engineers who can respond to changes in advanced technology such as automation and development of civil and environmental structures' design and building, conduct high level of research and contribute to opening a more convenient future than ever before.

 

3. Majors
1. MS programs: Structural Engineering / Geographical Engineering / Water Resources Engineering / Construction Management
2. PhD programs: Structural Engineering / Geographical Engineering / Water Resources Engineering / Construction Management http://civil.dongguk.edu

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Bong-Yeon Cho 조봉연 Environmental Engineering
(water quality)
Tokyo Univ. bycho@dongguk.edu
Yeon-Su Jang 장연수 Soil and foundation U.C. Berkeley -
Sang-Il Lee 이상일 Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Stanford Univ. islee@dongguk.edu
Sung-Chul Lee 이성철 Structure Engineering Auburn Univ. sclee@dongguk.edu
Sang-Bum Kim 김상범 Construction Management and Information Systems Univ. of Texas at Austin kay95@dongguk.edu
Sang-Bum Kim 김상범 Construction Management Univ. of Texas at Austin kay95@dongguk.edu
Jee-Ho Lee 이지호 Structural Analysis U.C. Berkeley jeeholee@dgu.edu
Joo-Hyon Kang 강주현 Water environment Univ. of California
Los Angeles(UCLA)
20100123@dongguk.edu
Bum-Joo Kim 김범주 Soil and Foundation Engineering Purdue Univ. bkim1@dongguk.edu
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Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

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Introduction

The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering has provided an outstanding educational system since the department was established in 1966. Chemical and Biochemical Engineering has been essential in addressing the challenges of human society. It develops energy sources for power supplies, discovers methods for obtaining materials for our daily lives and produces medical supplies that eradicate human diseases.

The department trains future-oriented engineers so they can be leaders in the twenty-first century. Nowadays, a global perspective, ability to adjust to the rapidly changing information era, compassion and wisdom are of increasing importance. Graduates have opportunities to work in general management and process technology where professional expertise is needed.

Curriculum

- 0 Protein Biotechnology -1 Chemical Process Control -2 Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Lab-Fundamentals

- 3 Industrial Microbiology -4 Chemical Reaction Engineering -5 Basic Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

- 6 Introduction to Biotechnology -7 Biomaterial Engineering -8 Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Lab-Applications

- 9 Field Practice I -10 Introduction to Polymer Engineering -11 Fluid Mechanics in Chemical Engineering

- 12 Bioseparation Process -13 Colloid Science and Engineering -14 Applied Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

- 15 Chemical Process Analysis -16 Industrial Physical Chemistry -17 Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Capstone Design I

- 18 Biochemical Engineering -19 Industrial Organic Chemistry -20 Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Lab-Unit Operation

- 21 Heat Transfer -22 Chemical Process Calculation -23 Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Lab Research II

- 24 Field Practice II -25 Introduction to Environmental Engineering -26 Introduction to Chemical & Biochemical Process Design

- 27 Polymer Engineering -28 Electronic Information Display Materials -29 Chemical & Biochemical Engineering Capstone Design II

- 30 Mass Transfer -31 Molecular Biotechnology -32 Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Lab Research I

Graduate Program

2. Majors
3. MS programs: Chemical Engineering
3. PhD programs: Chemical Engineering

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Myung-Cheon Lee 이명천 Polymer Engineering Purdue Univ. leemc@dongguk.edu
Jong-Ju Lim 임종주 Chemical engineering Rice Univ. jongchoo@dongguk.edu
Sang-Jin Park 박상진 Chemical engineering Univ. of Illinois, Chicago sjpark@dongguk.edu
Sang-Kwon Park 박상권 Colloidal Nanomaterials Auburn Univ. parksk@dongguk.edu
Michael John Binns 마이클존빈스 Chemical Engineering –
Process Design and Modelling
Univ. of Manchester mbinns@dongguk.edu
Jeong-In Han 한정인 Electronic materials KAIST 20100121@dongguk.edu
Sung-Kyu Hong 홍성규 Electronic information and
nanomaterials
Kyushu Univ. hsk5457@dongguk.edu
Taek-Jin Kang 강택진 Chemical engineering -
Biochemical engineering
Seoul National Univ. taekkang@dongguk.edu
Kee-Hoon Won 원기훈 Biocatalyst Engineering Pohang Univ. of Science & Technology
(POSTECH)
keehoon@dongguk.edu
Kyo-Bum Kim 김교범 Cell & Tissue Engineering Univ. of Maryland kyobum.kim@dongguk.edu
Min-Jae Choi 최민재 Semiconductor Nanomaterials,
Optoelectronic Devices
KAIST minjae.choi@dongguk.edu
Jung-Hoon Park 박정훈 Clean Energy Process and
Separation Engineering
Korea Univ. pjhoon@dongguk.edu
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Department of Civil and Environmental System Engineering

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Introduction

The College of Industrial Studies was reorganized into the College of Engineering and Department of Urban System Engineering, which was renamed to Civil Engineering. The department of Civil Engineering was renamed the department of Civil and Environmental System Engineering in 1998.

The Department of Civil and Environmental System Engineering consists of a general program of Civil and Environmental System Engineering and a specialized program, the Engineering Education Accreditation Program.

It aims to nurture qualified professionals that satisfy industry demands. Many graduates are in variety of fields, such as educational and research institutes, design firms, the government sector, private construction industries, and many other related fields.

Curriculum

- 0 Fluid Mechanics -1 Introduction to Computer-Aided Design -2 Introduction to Engineering analysis

- 3 Applied Mechanics -4 Geotechnical Engineering Design -5 Civil and Environmental System Capstone Design

- 6 Strength of Materials -7 Creative Engineering Design -8 Introduction to Civil & Environmental System Engineering

- 9 Water and Environment -10 Application of Engineering Software -11 System Design for Aquatic Environment and Facility

- 12 Environmental Engineering -13 Rock and Tunnel Engineering -14 Contracts and Legal Issues in Construction

- 15 Civil Engineering Geology -16 Computational Analysis of Structures -17 Design of RC and PSC Structures

- 18 Design of Steel Structures -19 Hydraulic Analysis and Experiment -20 Materials and Testing for Civil Engineers

- 21 Surveying and Practice -22 Environmental Hydraulics Engineering -23 Construction Engineering Estimation & Methods

- 24 Structural Analysis -25 Reinforced Concrete -26 Water Quality Engineering and Experiment

- 27 Soil Mechanics II -28 Soil Mechanics and Testing -29 Introduction Construction Project Management

Graduate Program

The graduate program of Civil and Environmental System Engineering covers very diverse engineering fields ranging from planning, designing and constructing infrastructure systems to maintaining and operating those systems. Civil engineering infrastructure systems include a range of facilities, such as harbors, dams, reservoirs, roads and industrial facilities. The Civil and Environmental Engineering Program aims to nurture professional engineers with responsibility and creativity in the field of civil and environmental engineering. We also train future engineers who can respond to changes in advanced technology such as automation and development of civil and environmental structures' design and building, conduct high level of research and contribute to opening a more convenient future than ever before.

 

3. Majors
1. MS programs: Structural Engineering / Geographical Engineering / Water Resources Engineering / Construction Management
2. PhD programs: Structural Engineering / Geographical Engineering / Water Resources Engineering / Construction Management

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Bong-Yeon Cho 조봉연 Environmental Engineering
Water quality
Tokyo Univ. bycho@dongguk.edu
Yeon-Soo Jang 장연수 Soil and foundation U.C. Berkeley ysjang@dongguk.edu
Sang-Il Lee 이상일 Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Stanford Univ. islee@dongguk.edu
Seong-Cheol Lee 이성철 Structure Engineering Auburn Univ. sclee@dongguk.edu
Sang-Bum Kim 김상범 Construction Management Univ. of Texas, Austin kay95@dongguk.edu
Jee-Ho Lee 이지호 Structural Analysis U.C. Berkeley jeeholee@dgu.edu
Joo-Hyeon Kang 강주현 Water resource environment Univ. California -
Los Angeles(UCLA)
20100123@dongguk.edu
Bum-Joo Kim 김범주 Ground analysis Purdue University bkim1@dongguk.edu
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Department of Computer Engineering

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Introduction

Starting in 1971, Computer Science and Engineering has provided fundamental education on Computer Science and created an outstanding research program.

Over 350 students are enrolled in the undergraduate program under the guidance of 12 professors. The major program in Computer Science and Engineering, as a forerunner of computer education, aims to train IT specialists who will lead the knowledge and information society.

Alumni have been leading the development of information technology in Korea, working in industry, the financial sector, the educational sector and the public sector. Graduates are qualified for positions in industry, research institutes and academia.

Curriculum

- 0 Creative Engineering Design -1 Internship -2 Introduction to Data Communications

- 3 Capstone Design -4 Data Structures and Practice -5 Object-Oriented Windows Programming

- Computer Organization -7 System Programming and Practice -8 Object-Oriented Design and Pattern

- 9 Data Processing and Practice -10 Object-Oriented Language and Practice -11 Computer Security

- 12 Computer Algorithm and Practice -13 Computer Graphics and Practice -14 Enterprise Application Programming

- 15 Formal Language -16 Concepts of Programming Languages -17 Ubiquitous Computin

- 18 Operating Systems -19 Computer Architecture -20 Advanced System Programming

- 21 Compiler Construction -22 Artificial Intelligence -23 Embedded System Design

- 24 Database Systems -25 Database Programming -26 Introduction to Robotic

- 27 Software Engineering -28 Computer Networking

Graduate Program

Since 1978, the graduate program of Computer Science and Engineering has operated laboratories to study areas of computer algorithms, operating systems, computer structures, compilers, artificial intelligence, computer networks and robotics. The graduate program of Computer Science and Engineering aims to nurture future computer engineers and computer programmers in the fields of computer network, ubiquitous computing, computer use and design, database, artificial intelligent, computer graphics, software design, and robotics as well as traditional academic sectors such as computer hardware and software use.

 

1. Majors
2. MS programs : Computer Engineering / Information Security
3. PhD programs: Computer Engineering / Information Security

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Jong-Suk Ahn 안종석 Computer Networks Univ. of Southern California jahn@dgu.edu
Eun-Man Choi 최은만 Software engineering Illinois Institute of Technology emchoi@dgu.edu
Jun-Tae Kim 김준태 Artificial Intelligence Univ. of Southern California jkim@dgu.edu
Yong-Kyu Lee 이용규 atabase Syracuse University yklee@dgu.edu
Se-Man Oh 오세만 Programming Language KAIST smoh@dgu.edu
Bong-Kyo Moon 문봉교 Ubiquitous computing
Security
King’s College LONDON bkmoon@dgu.edu
Jin-Woo Jung 정진우 Robotics KAIST jwjung@dgu.edu
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Department of Information and Communication Engineering

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Introduction

Information Communication Engineering consists of 13 faculty members and over 300 undergraduate students are enrolled.

The program in Information Communication Engineering focuses on improving the discipline and the technology at the forefront of the twenty-first century information society and on developing creative technologies.

The ultimate purpose of education is to cultivate individuals who can contribute to the country’s development and the prosperity of human society. The research program covers various areas, including information processing, artificial intelligence, information systems and others. Our graduates are now in a variety of fields, such as finance institutions, public institutions related to information and communication.

Curriculum

- 0 Creative Engineering Design -1 Internship -2 Digital Communications

- 3 Capstone Design -4 Data Communications -5 Comprehension and Application of Microprocessor

- 6 Probability & Random Process -7 High Speed Network -8 Computer Algorithm and Experiments

- 9 Computer Organization -10 Wireless Communication -11 Communication Theory & Experiments

- 12 Object-Oriented Programming -13 Embedded System II -14 Continuous and Discrete Signal and Systems

- 15 Database Systems -16 Internetworking -17 Advanced Digital Communications

- 18 Operating Systems -19 Network Design -20 Advanced Digital Filter Design

- 21 Digital Signal Processing -22 Seminar on Telecommunications -23 Data Structures and Experiments

- 24 Computer Network -25 Internet Software -26 Software Design/Engineering

- 27 Embedded System I -28 Digital Image Processing -29 Special Issues on Computer & Telecommunications

Graduate Program

n the information era, computer and telecommunication technology play an important role. The aim of the graduate program of Information Communication Engineering is to nurture students who can lead society by providing them with high level of education and research programs in computer and telecommunication areas.

1. Majors
4. MS programs: Information Communication Engineering / Computer
5. PhD programs: Information Communication Engineering / Computer
http://ice.dongguk.edu

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Gi-Joo Yang 양기주 Data processing Univ. of Delaware gjyang@dongguk.edu
Byung-Seok Choi 최병석 Switch Polytechnic Univ. bchoe@dgu.edu
Chang-Hwan Lee 이창환 Artificial Intelligence Univ. of Connecticut chlee@dgu.edu
Yang-Woo Kim 김양우 Computer Architecture Syracuse Univ. ywkim@dgu.edu
Jae-Hwoon Lee 이재훈 Networks KAIST jaehwoon@dgu.edu
Chul Ryu 류철 Digital Signal Processing Polytechnic Inst. of NYU cryu@dgu.edu
Min-Joong Lim 임민중 Communication Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison minjoong@dgu.edu
Woong-Sup Kim 김웅섭 Software Engineering Michigan State Univ. woongsup@dgu.edu
Eun-Chan Park 박은찬 Wireless networks Seoul National Univ. ecpark@dongguk.edu
Ki-Song Lee 이기송 ICT convergence KAIST kslee851105@gmail.com
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Department of Electrical Engineering

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Introduction

The division consists of 23 (as of March, 2010) faculty members, more than 800 highly-motivated undergraduate students, with a general program and an advanced program offered through the Engineering Education Accreditation Program.

The advanced program of Electronics & Electrical Engineering aims to foster qualified electrical engineers and emphasizes developing well-rounded, decent members of society with appropriate ethics and a sense of responsibility, as well as collaboration and communication skills.

In doing so, it recognizes the importance of the social impact of the rapid development of electrical technologies and the responsibility of each member of society.

Furthermore, The division provides students with the fundamental knowledge, project management skills, and leadership skills that enable them to become managers and leaders.

Curriculum

- 0 Creative Engineering Design -1 Probability and Random Process -2 Digital Signal Processing and Design

- 3 Electric Circuit Laboratory -4 Digital Laboratory -5 Digital Communication and its Laboratory

- 6 Circuit Theory 1 -7 Circuit Theory 2 -8 Multimedia Contents Programming and its Laboratory

- 9 Physical Electronics 1 -10 Physical Electronics 2 -11 Application of Microprocessor and its Laboratory

- 12 Electromagnetics 1 -13 Electromagnetics 2 -14 Multimedia Contents Signal Processing and its Laboratory

- 15 Digital Engineering -16 Logic Design -17 Antenna and Electromagnetic Wave Propagation and its Laboratory

- 18 SOC Design -19 Solid State Electronic Devices -20 Engineering for Renewable Energy Generation

- 21 Electric Power Engineering1 -22 Electric Power Engineering 2 -23 C Language and Programming Tools

- 24 Electrical Machinery1 -25 Electrical Machinery 2 -26 Power System Modeling and Simulation

- 27 Signals and Systems -28 Capstone Design -29 Automatic Control System and Design

- 30 Analog IC Design -31 Computer Architecture and Design -32 Electric Measurement and Sensor Engineering

- 33 Electrical Application -34 Electromagnetic Energy Conversion -35 Electric Power Markets and Economics

- 36 Internship -37 Mobile Communication Engineering -38 Motorforce Control and Application

- 39 Robotics -40 Material Science -41 Semiconductor Device Process

- 42 High Voltage Engineering -43 Power Electronics -44 Electronic Circuits and its Laboratory 1

- 45 Optical Electronics -46 Electric Facilities and Design -47 Communication Theory and its Laboratory

- 48 Digital IC Design -49 Digital Control and its Laboratory -50 Electronic Circuits and its Laboratory 2

- 51 Microwave Circuit Design -52 Electronics Application

Graduate Program

By teaching basic principles about electrical engineering, the graduate program of Electronics and Electrical Engineering aims to nurture students who can respond to fast-changing academic trends and to meet the needs of society. Furthermore, we teach students to contribute to society and the country with a sense of responsibility and self-sacrifice by promoting cultural development and utilizing electrical technologies in an efficient and safe way. The Graduates of our graduate program have worked in various environments; some graduates work for large companies, such as Samsung Electronics, Hynix Semiconductors, LG Electronics and SK Telecom, IBM, etc., while others prefer small venture companies.

1. Majors
2. MS programs : Communication & Electromagnetic Wave / Digital System & Electronic Application Microelectronics / Multimedia Contents & Signal ProcessPower Conversion Systems / Power Systems & Renewable Energies
1. Ph.D programs: Communication & Electromagnetic Wave / Digital System & Electronic Application Microelectronics / Multimedia Contents & Signal Process Power Conversion Systems / Power Systems & Renewable Energies
http://ee.dongguk.edu

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Keon-Wook Kim 김건욱 Spatial signal processing system Univ. of Florida kwkim@dongguk.edu
Min-Seong Kim 김민성 Artificial Intelligent Control System Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology(POSTECH) mkim@dgu.ac.kr
Sam-Dong Kim 김삼동 Semiconductor devices and
process technology
Stanford Univ. samdong@dongguk.edu
Sung-Jun Kim Semiconductor device Seoul National Univ. sungjun@dongguk.edu
Yong Kim 김용 Power conversion system,
Electric power application and control
Dongguk Univ. sungjun@dongguk.edu
Hyun-Seok Kim 김현석 Nanoelectronics Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison hyunseokk@dongguk.edu
Kang-Ryoung Park 박강령 Multimedia video signal processing Yonsei Univ. parkgr@dgu.edu
Jeong-Dong Park 박정동 Ultra-high-frequency engineering and analog /
RF Integrated Circuit Design
University of California Berkeley jdpark@dongguk.edu
Hyun-Chang Park 박현창 Ultra-high frequency semiconductor devices and integrated circuits /
Antenna and radio wave application
Cornell Univ. hcpark@dongguk.edu
Byun Sang-Jin 변상진 Analog And
Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design
KAIST sjbyun@dongguk.edu
In-soo Son 손인수 Communication signal processing Southern Methodist Univ. isohn@dongguk.edu
Chee-Sun Won 원치선 Digital Image Processing Univ. of Massachusetts(Amherst) cswon@dongguk.edu
Dong-Wook Lee 이동욱 Digital communication and
signal processing
Georgia Tech dlee@dgu.edu
Byung-Hoon Jeon 전병훈 Electrical and electronic materials,
High Voltage Discharge Plasma
Keio Univ. bhjeon@dongguk.edu
Joon-Hyeon Jeon 전준현 Digital Filters and
Waveform Conversions
KAIST memory@dgu.edu
Jin-Woo Jung 정진우 Distributed power system,
Power conversion application
The Ohio State Univ. jinwjung@dongguk.edu
Hyun-Sam Jung 정현삼 Power electronics, Electric motor control,
Grid-tied converter
Seoul National Univ. junghyunsam@dongguk.edu
Han-Ho Choi 최한호 Control and Robotics KAIST yhong@dongguk.edu
Ki-Jin Han 한기진 Electric machines Georgia Institute of Technology kjhan@dongguk.edu
You-Pyo Hong 홍유표 SOC Design Univ. of Southern California yhong@dongguk.edu
Seung-Hoon Hwang 황승훈 Wireless and mobile communication Yonsei Univ. shwang@dongguk.edu
Batchuluun Ganbayar 간바야르 Image processing Dongguk Univ. ganabata87@dongguk.edu
Nguyen Tien Dat 판다무엔 Image Processing And
Artificial intelligence
Dongguk Univ. datdtbkhn.nguyen@gmail.com
Dhanasekaran Vikraman 다나 Semiconductor Physics Alagappa Univ. v.j.dhanasekaran@gmail.com
Bathula Chinna 바투라시나 Organic/Polymer Chemistry Karnatak Univ. cdbathula@gmail.com
K. Karuppasamy 카룹 Electronic Materials Anna Univ. karuppaswamys@gmail.com
Muhammad Arsalan 알사란 Deep learning, Image processing, Image recognition Dongguk Univ. arsal@dongguk.edu
Muhammd Ismail 이스마일 Semiconductor physics Bahauddin Zakariya Univ. ismailmalikbzu10@gmail.com
Chandreswar Mahata Semiconductor device fabrication and
characterizations
Jadavpur Univ. chandreswar@gmail.com
Pham Danh Tuyen 판다무엔 Image processing and Artificial intelligence Dongguk Univ. phamdanhtuyen@gmail.com
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Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Introduction

Starting in 1967, the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering has provided a strong education in management of production and logistics systems, management of quality and service systems, optimization and systems analysis, human engineering, and IT for effective planning and business management.

The ultimate goal of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering is to cultivate systems engineers and techno-managers who have global awareness and leadership skills and who can apply management skills and recent information technology to management problem- solving, using analytic and integral thinking. Graduates are qualified to work in the areas of production, manufacturing, design of products and processes, management and planning in manufacturing companies.

Curriculum

- 0 Creative Engineering Design -1 Technology Management -2 Special Topics in Information Systems Engineering

- 3 Safety Engineering -4 Database System Design and Practice -5 Senior Project in Industrial and Systems Engineering 1

- 6 Accounting for Engineers -7 Management Information System -8 Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engineering

- 9 Ergonomics -10 Product Development -11 Industrial Systems Programming and Practice

- 12 CAD and Laboratory Work -13 Advanced Manufacturing Processes -14 Information Systems Analysis, Design and Practice

- 15 Project Management -16 Logistics Quality Management -17 Production and Operations management

- 18 Management Science 2 -19 Applied Probability for Engineers -20 Technological Entrepreneurship and Feasibility Analysis

- 21 Marketing for Engineers -22 Advanced Manufacturing Processes -23 Senior Project in Industrial and Systems Engineering 2

- 24 Service Innovation -25 Sensibility Ergonomics and Design Engineering -26 Introduction to Service Science

- 27 Management Science 1 -28 Introduction to Financial Engineering -29 Applied Statistics for Engineers

- 30 Business Intelligence -31 Decision Analysis Simulation and Its Applications

Graduate Program

The Graduate program of Industrial and Systems Engineering covers the overall efficiency of systems. Students are prepared for system integration and system analysis by learning about theories and techniques used for integrating all components into a coherent system and analysis of completed system.

The graduate program aims to teach students to develop the ability to design, operate and assess elements which comprise production, service and information systems. We also nurture future professionals who are able to pioneer the new academic sector demanded for the 21century's information society.

1. Majors
6. MS programs: Industrial Engineering
7. PhD programs: Industrial Engineering (details differ according professor)
http://ise.dongguk.edu

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Jong-Tae Lee 이종태 Industrial engineering Univ. of California at Berkeley jtrhee@dgu.edu
Joon-Young Park 박준영 Industrial engineering(CAD/CAM) Univ. of Michigan jypark@dgu.edu
Sung-Jo Hong 홍성조 Industrial engineering
(Optimization, Probabilistic Model Theory)
Univ. of Tsukuba sjhong@dgu.edu
Byung-Un Yoon 윤병운 Industrial engineering Seoul National Univ. postman3@dgu.edu
Se-Kyoung Yeom 염세경 Industrial engineering Dongguk Univ. skyoum@dgu.edu
Young-Doo Son 손영두 Industrial engineering Seoul National Univ. postman3@dgu.edu
Joon-Ho Jang 장준호 Industrial engineering Penn State U. jchang@dongguk.edu
So-Jung Kim 김소정 Industrial Systems Engineering Univ. of Arizona sojungkim@dongguk.edu
Sung-Bum Jeon 전성범 Industrial engineering Purdue Univ. sbjun@dgu.ac.kr
Yong-Yoon Seo 서용윤 Industrial engineering Seoul National Univ. -
Saurabh Singh 사우랍싱 Industrial engineering Chonbuk National Univ. suarabh89@dongguk.edu
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Department of Mechanical, Robotics and Energy Engineering

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Introduction

The department offers a general program and a specialized program, the Engineering Education Accreditation Program. Mechanical, Robotics and Energy Engineering is closely connected with all types of engineering. It explores various theories, their application of the conversion and transfer of energy and the design and production of machinery. Mechanical, Robotics and Energy Engineering was established in 1992 as Mechanical Engineering and the department trains highly-qualified mechanical engineers in a range of skills, including systematic analysis, comprehensive design, and practical applications.

Curriculum

- 0 Mechanical Drawing -1 Mechanical Engineering Analysis -2 Control of Mechanical Systems and Lab

- 3 Kinematics -4 Dynamics -5 Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

- 6 Mechanics of Solids -7 Fluid Mechanics -8 Introduction to Robot Engineering

- 9 Engineering Thermodynamics -10 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and Practice -11 Applied Mechanical Design

- 12 CAE -13 Engineering Materials -14 Special Topics in Energy Problem

- 15 Mechatronics and Practice -16 Stress Analysis and Lab -17 Applied Thermodynamics and Lab

- 18 Heat Transfer -19 Design of Machine Elements -20 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

- 21 Manufacturing Engineering -22 Manufacturing Process Lab -23 Introduction to Automobile Engineering

- 24 Vibrations and Noise -25 Introduction to Robot Engineering -26 Vibration and Noise

- 27 CAD/CAM -28 Creative Engineering Design and Practice -29 Mechanical Measurement and Lab

30 Mechanical System Design II -31 Mechanical System Design I -32 Fluids Engineering and Lab

Graduate Program

The Graduate program of Industrial and Systems Engineering covers the overall efficiency of systems. Students are prepared for system integration and system analysis by learning about theories and techniques used for integrating all components into a coherent system and analysis of completed system. The graduate program aims to teach students to develop the ability to design, operate and assess elements which comprise production, service and information systems. We also nurture future professionals who are able to pioneer the new academic sector demanded for the 21century's information society.

1. Majors
6. MS programs: Industrial Engineering
7. PhD programs: Industrial Engineering (details differ according professor)
http://ise.dongguk.edu

Research Institutes

The Graduate program of Industrial and Systems Engineering covers the overall efficiency of systems. Students are prepared for system integration and system analysis by learning about theories and techniques used for integrating all components into a coherent system and analysis of completed system. The graduate program aims to teach students to develop the ability to design, operate and assess elements which comprise production, service and information systems. We also nurture future professionals who are able to pioneer the new academic sector demanded for the 21century's information society.

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· 3 Research Institute for Industrial Technology The Research Institute for Industrial Technology (RIFIT) at Dongguk University aims to develop industrial technology from research projects in the industrial technology sectors and contribute to the development of the university and society. Since its establishment in 1974, it has promoted the development of Korean industrial technology and accomplished large research projects by expanding cooperation between industry and the university.
http://rifit.dongguk.ac.kr

· 4 Institute for Information Convergence Technology (IICT) The Institute for Information Convergence Technology (IICT) was established in 2008 and consists of one chairman, one steering committee, a support team and 6 research departments. The Institute’s aim is to carry out advanced research and development information technologies, and extend societal, scientific, industrial and financial applications.

· 5 Millimeter-wave Innovation Technology Research Center The Millimeter-wave Innovation Technology (MINT) research center was established in 1999 under the sponsorship of Korean government. The purpose of MINT is to research and develop both active and passive devices in millimeter-waves.
http://mint.dongguk.ac.kr

· 6 Center for Advanced Colloidal Materials In 2004, the Center for Advanced Colloidal Materials (CACOM) in University was established in order to provide small and medium scale companies involved in functional colloidal materials with chemical analysis services and technical information with the support of the Ministry of Knowledge Economy of the Korean government.
http://cacom.dongguk. ac.kr

· 7 Ubiquitous Supply Chain Management Research Center The Ubiquitous Supply chain Management Research Center was founded in March 2005 to carry our dedicated research and development of ubiquitous technologies (RFID) and systems in the areas of supply chain management. It places emphasis on collaboration between industry and academia.
E-mail: jtrhee@dgu.edu, yonghan@dgu.edu

· 8 Center for Advanced Printing Technology The Center for Advanced Printing Technology at Dongguk University was established in 2007 to promote research and development of digital printing technology and eco-friendly printing materials. The important research field of the Center is to develop a photo-sensitizer, an eco-friendly ink which is used for printing materials, and CTP surface treatment and coating process research. The center also engages in research in RFID, print electronics and development of electronic materials with printing technology.
http://www.captris.or.kr/

Clean Energy Research Center
The Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) at Dongguk University was established in 2008 to promote research and development in environmentally clean energy resources. Its aim is to alleviate global warming and to provide stable energy sources. The center provides support and infrastructure for efficient execution of scientific research and technical development. E-mail:songm@dgu.edu
Hub University for Industrial Collaboration
This project has been promoted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in association with the Ministry of Knowledge Economy. It aims to build a win-win system between the University and industry by supporting R&D in accordance with company needs, developing technology and cultivating manpower. With the help of the project, Dongguk University is scheduled to receive financial support from the organizations for 5 years (July 2009~ December 2013) and this amounts to approximately 15 billion Won.

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Bong-Hwan Koh 고봉환 Control and Automation Dartmouth College bkoh@dgu.edu
Moon-Kyu Kwak 곽문규 Vibration and Contro Virginia Tech (VPI) kwakm@dgu.edu
Heung-Soo Kim 김흥수 Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Arizona State Univ. heungsoo@dongguk.edu
Se-Yoon Bang 방세윤 Precision Machining & Measurement Pennsylvania State Univ. sybang@donguuk.edu
Kwan-Jae Seong 성관제 Fluid Engineering Stanford Univ. seongkj@dgu.edu
Myung-Ho Song 송명호 Thermal engineering Purdue Univ. songm@dgu.edu
Sang-Yong Lee 이상용 statistical thermodynamics & reaction Engineering U.of Pittsburgh Sangyonglee@dgu.edu
Ho-Yong Lee 이호용 Plastic Working Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor hoyong@dgu.edu
Joong-Yeon Lim 임중연 Materials and design Univ. of California, Berkeley jylim@dgu.edu
Seung-Jun Lee 이승준 Nano/Micro Mechanics Univ. of Michigan sjunlee@dongguk.edu
Soo-Chul Lim 임수철 Robotics KAIST limsc@dongguk.edu
Min-Woo Han 한민우 Soft Robotics Seoul National Univ. mwhan@dongguk.edu
Jae-Hun Lee 한민우 Computational Mechanics & Design Seoul National Univ. jaehun@dongguk.edu
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Department of Multimedia Engineering

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Introduction

Multimedia has progressed from a technical curiosity to an essential feature of most computing systems. The multidisciplinary nature of multimedia goes beyond the cosmetic use of art in multimedia presentation. Recent leading-edge research in multimedia no longer is confined to dealing with processing or information-access bottlenecks.

Multimedia technology is changing and improving the social lives of human beings, interpersonal communication, community life, professional practice, and entertainment. Successful applications even to industries are more and more based on the meeting of science, technology and art.

In order to successfully apply to more complex domains, multimedia technology must undergo new developments and bring its components to a new maturity. To keep abreast of such dramatic changes, we established the major of Multimedia Engineering in 1999, and renamed it the Department of Game & Multimedia Engineering in 2007, and again the department of Multimedia Engineering.

We also aim to provide students with a thorough understanding of the principles, concepts and issues that are important in multimedia content areas such as game and multimedia engineering, and knowledge of what is done in practice in multimedia engineering. To offer a number of opportunities for advanced study and additional academic experience in multimedia area, we offer Master’s and Ph.D. programs for two majors: Multimedia Information Engineering and Game Engineering in the Graduate School of Department of Multimedia Engineering.

Multimedia Information Engineering major is designed for the students who would like to be an expert in developing and managing multimedia application systems. Game Engineering major focuses on quite specific subjects such as theories and technologies for game development, game AI and game engines.

Educational Objective

The mission of the Department of Multimedia Engineering is to offer higher education to those who would like to pursue studies and careers in the fields of multimedia technologies, and to produce highly qualified personnel with leadership for the digital contents and interactive computer industries to sustain their growth and productivity with creative capability.

Curriculum

Introduction to Programming in C, Multimedia Programming, Data Structures, Algorithm for Game Development, Mathematics for Game Programming, Fundamentals of Computer Graphics, Windows Programming, 2D/3D Game Programming, 2D/3D Graphic Design, Introduction to 3D Graphics, Artificial Intelligence for Games, Multimedia Database Processing, Multimedia Operational Systems, Multimedia System and Applications, Software Engineering for Game Development, Introduction to Digital Sound Processing, Application of Digital Sound Processing, Introduction to Digital Image Processing, Application of Digital Image Processing, Applications of Computer Graphics, Introduction to Multimedia Music, Network Game Programming, Integrated Project Design, Association Project with Industry and University, Mobile Programming, Virtual Reality, Next Generation Platform Programming.

Curriculum for Graduate Program

Master’s Program
Game Programming, Game Algorithm Design and Analysis, Game Artificial Intelligence, Game Server Development, Game Engine Development, Game Engine Analysis and Programming, Game System Development, Computer Game Production Management, Computer Game Interface Design, Networked Game Development, Game Development of bodily sensation style, Computer Animation Theory, Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality, Real-Time Rendering, Digital Image Processing, Digital Sound Processing, Special Topics 1, 2, 3 on Game Engineering, Reading and Research 1, Geometric Modeling, Numerical Computing and Its Applications, Special Topics 1, 2, 3 on Multimedia Engineering

Doctoral program

Advanced Topics of Game Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Topics of Game Algorithm, Advanced Topics of Game Server Development, Advanced Computer Game System Design, Advanced Topics of Game Engine Development, Advanced Computer Game Production Management, Advanced Computer Game Interface Design, Advanced Topics of Network Game Development, Advanced Topics in Computer Graphics, Advanced Topics in Virtual Reality, Advanced Computer Animation Theory, Computer Vision, Seminar 1, 2, 3, 4 on Game Engineering, Advanced Theory on Digital Sound Processing, Reading and Research 2, Seminar 1, 2, 3, 4 on Multimedia Engineering
Degrees for Graduate Program
Master of Engineering (M.E.), Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Contact us: http://mme.dongguk.edu , +82-2-2260-8760

Professors

Professors
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Kyung-Eun Cho 조경은 Game Engineering
Realistic media engineering
Dongguk Univ. cke@dongguk.edu
Seung-Hyun Yoon 윤승현 Computer Graphics Seoul National Univ. shyun@dongguk.edu
Young-Sik Jeong 정영식 Multimedia Colud Computing Korea Univ. ysjeong@mme.dongguk.edu
Gang-Man Lee 이강만 Multimedia Big data Texas A&M Univ. gangman@dongguk.edu
Yun-Sick Sung 성연식교수님 Artificial Intelligence Dongguk Univ. sung@mme.dongguk.edu
Chul Lee 이철교수님 Image Processing Korea Univ. chullee@dongguk.edu
Sung-In Cho 조성인교수님 Multimedia signal processing Pohang University of Science and Technology csi2267@dongguk.edu
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Department of Energy and Materials Engineering

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Introduction

Department of Energy and Materials Engineering at Dongguk University has started undergraduate and graduate degree programs under the College of Engineering since 2013. With the increasing demand for energy and electronics materials engineers, our department focuses on the research and education on materials science and engineering for next-generation energy and electronic devices. Now we pursuit to develop our department as one of the world’s best materials engineering department.

Students and faculty members in our department often attest to our vibrant environment for teaching and research with good infrastructure, state-of-the-art facilities and interactive training. Inter-disciplinary research is always emphasized, involving academics and researchers from world-class research institutions and universities. With an excellent history of Dongguk University, our department expects to receive international recognition and attraction in the materials science and engineering and relevant fields.

Apart from nurturing students with a passion for research and innovation, our department aims to provide an integrated science-driven and application-oriented engineering education in advanced material science for cutting-edge technologies.

Curriculum

Creative Materials Engineering Design / Introduction to Energy Engineering / Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering / Thermodynamics of Materials I / Thermodynamics of Materials II / Mechanical Properties of Materials / Chemistry of Organic Materials / Introduction to Crystallography of Materials / Experiment I for Materials Science / Physical Chemistry I / Physical Chemistry II / Electrical properties of materials

Graduate Program

Majors
MS programs: Department of Energy and Materials Engineering
PhD programs: Department of Energy and Materials Engineering
https://site.dongguk.edu/user/engme/index.html

Professors

교수소개
Name Picture Major Final degree school E-mail
Young-Kyu Han 한영규교수 Physics and chemistry KAIST ykenergy@dongguk.edu
Kyung-Wan Nam 남경완 Material chemistry,
Material electrochemical
Yonsei Univ. knam@dongguk.edu
Jae-Joon Lee 이재준 Electro Chemistry, Energy chemistry,
Nano chemistry
Case Western Reserve Univ. jjlee@dongguk.edu
Sae-Youn Lee 이세연 Organic Electronic Materials and Devices Kyushu Univ. saeyounlee@dongguk.edu
Jea-Woong Jo 조제웅 Energy material, Nano material Seoul National Univ. whwp78@dongguk.edu
Jae-Min Oh 오제민 Inorganic chemistry (Solid chemistry) Seoul National Univ. jaemin.oh@dongguk.edu
Chang-soon Choi Energy material Hanyang Univ. cschoi84@dongguk.edu
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