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Sophomore - 1st semester
Course No. Course Title Courcse Description Credit-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training
COE3051 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation (O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series and series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. 3.00-3.00-0.00
CSE2010 DATA STRUCTURES Provides a comprehensive introduction to the modern study of computer algorithms and data structure: formal specifications and representation of lists, arrays, trees, graphs, and multi-linked structures. Analysis of associated algorithms. Sorting and searching file structures and relational data models. 3.00-3.00-0.00
ECC1004 CIRCUIT THEORY 1 This course deals with the fundamental characteristics of linear circuits, emphasizing the analysis of simple electric circuits; resistive elements; response of RC, RL and RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current techniques; superposition theorem and Norton equivalents; sinusoidal steady state response and AC power. 4.00-3.00-2.00
ELE4077 THE PHYSICS OF SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS As a introduction of lecture about solid-state electronics, after learning the basis of the quantum theory about solid materials, explains device physics in detail.1. Crystal properties and growth of semiconductors: Semiconductor materials, crystal lattices, bulk crystal growth, epitaxial growth2. Atoms and electrons: The Bohr model, quantum mechanics, atomic structure and the periodic table3. Energy bands and charge carriers in semiconductors: Bonding forces and energy bands in solids, charge carriers in semiconductors, carrier concentrations, drift of carriers in electric and magnetic fields, invariance of the Fermi level at equilibrium4. Excess carriers in semiconductors: Optical absorption, luminescence, carrier lifetime and photoconductivity, diffusion of carriers5. Junctions Fabrication of p-n junctions, equilibrium conditions, forward- and reverse-biased junctions; steady state conditions, reverse-bias breakdown, transient and A-C conditions, metal-semiconductor junctions, heterojunctions 3.00-3.00-0.00
MAT2003 LINEAR ALGEBRA In this course, we will study the matrix theory which is indispensible to the whole engineering and science areas such as electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, econimics, psychology, etc. The subjects covered in this course include Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, Vector spaces, Fundamentals up spaces of matrix, Matrix arithmetic, Determinants, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Diagonalization, Similarity, Positive definite. 2.00-2.00-0.00
PHY2013 ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS This course covers the fundamentals of electromagnetics. The students are assumed to have completed the fundamental physics and calculus courses and, therefore, are expected to be competent at differentiation and integration. In the beginning, the basic vector analysis techniques are studied. The following subjects are covered: Coulomb’s law and electric field; Gauss’s law; electric potential and energy; Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations; dielectrics and conductor; capacitor; magnetostatics and Biot-Savart's law; magnetic vector potential; inductor 3.00-3.00-0.00
Sophomore - 2nd semester
Course No. Course Title Courcse Description Credit-Lecture Hr.-Prac. Training
COE3052 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2 In this subject, we learn ordinary differential equation (O.D.E.), linear differential equation(L.D.E.), series and series solution in differential equations and Laplace transformation systematically based on differential and integral calculus (fundamental prerequisite). Moreover, we improve ability to make these basic concepts and principles applicable. 3.00-3.00-0.00
CSE2011 MICROPROCESSOR Provides a comprehensive introduction to the modern study of computer algorithms and data structure: formal specifications and representation of lists, arrays, trees, graphs, and multi-linked structures. Analysis of associated algorithms. Sorting and searching file structures and relational data models. 4.00-3.00-2.00
ECC1006 CIRCUIT THEORY 2 This course deals with the fundamental characteristics of linear circuits, emphasizing the analysis of simple electric circuits; resistive elements; response of RC, RL and RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current techniques; superposition theorem and Norton equivalents; sinusoidal steady state response and AC power. 3.00-3.00-0.00
ECE3008 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS As a introduction of lecture about solid-state electronics, after learning the basis of the quantum theory about solid materials, explains device physics in detail.1. Crystal properties and growth of semiconductors: Semiconductor materials, crystal lattices, bulk crystal growth, epitaxial growth2. Atoms and electrons: The Bohr model, quantum mechanics, atomic structure and the periodic table3. Energy bands and charge carriers in semiconductors: Bonding forces and energy bands in solids, charge carriers in semiconductors, carrier concentrations, drift of carriers in electric and magnetic fields, invariance of the Fermi level at equilibrium4. Excess carriers in semiconductors: Optical absorption, luminescence, carrier lifetime and photoconductivity, diffusion of carriers5. Junctions Fabrication of p-n junctions, equilibrium conditions, forward- and reverse-biased junctions; steady state conditions, reverse-bias breakdown, transient and A-C conditions, metal-semiconductor junctions, heterojunctions 3.00-3.00-0.00
ECR2001 PROBABILITY &STATISTICS IN ENGINEERING In this course, we will study the matrix theory which is indispensible to the whole engineering and science areas such as electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, econimics, psychology, etc. The subjects covered in this course include Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, Vector spaces, Fundamentals up spaces of matrix, Matrix arithmetic, Determinants, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Diagonalization, Similarity, Positive definite. 3.00-3.00-0.00
ENE4029 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Study on the device physics and operation for p-n diode, field-effect transistor, bipolar transistor, and optoelectronic device as a semiconductor device1. Junction (1) Fabrication of p-n Junctions (2) Equilibrium Conditions (3) Forward- and Reverse-Biased Junctions (4) Reverse-Bias Breakdown (5) Transient and A-C Conditions (6) Metal-Semiconductor Junctions (7) Heterojunctions2. Field-effect transistor (1) Transistor Operation (2) The Junction FET (3) The Metal-Semiconductor FET (4) The Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor FET (5) The Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor FET3. Bipolar junction transistor (1) Fundamentals of BJT Operation (2) Amplication with BJTs (3) BJT Fabrication (4) Minority Carrier Distributions and Terminal Currents (5) Generalized Biasing (6) Switching (7) Frequency Limitations of Transistors4. Optoelectronic devices (1) Photodiodes (2) Light-emitting diodes (3) Lasers (4) Semiconductor lasers 3.00-3.00-0.00
PHY2014 FIELD &WAVE ELECTROMAGNETICS This course covers Faraday’s Law and displacement current; fundamental concepts of Maxwell’s Equations; basic transmission line theory; basic properties and phenomenon of wave propagation on transmission line; develop equations for wave propagation on a transmission line; investigate wave reflection from terminated transmission line; power transmission and loss characterization; wave reflection at discontinuities; graphical methods and transient analysis; wave propagation; Poynting’s theorem and wave power; skin effect; standing wave ratio theory; plane wave propagation and plane wave reflection; wave propagation and pulse broadening in dispersive media 3.00-3.00-0.00