Education

2019

(EE404)Fundamentals of Power Electronics (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is an optional lecture for student choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits and term project using simulation software. It is designed to give students both the basic principles and fundamental knowledge of power electronics and hands-on experience of designing and building power hardware and its control circuits.
  • Textbooks
- Power Electronics –A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic –Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N.Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion –Circuits,-Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(EE560)Power Systems (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
 Power Systems is a graduate level course where you will learn the basics of the electric power grid and present-day research challenges in power systems. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course and there will also be a number of problem sets to solidify the concepts covered in the class and two exam to evaluate students’ understanding of major concepts. The primary goal of the course is for students to gain a clear understanding of how the power grid and power systems functions. It is designed to give students both the basic principles and fundamental knowledge of power systems and hands-on experience of designing and building power hardware in the power systems and their control algorithms.
  • Textbooks
- Electric Power Systems – A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley
- Power Systems Analysis and Design, 4th Edition, J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, T. Overbye, Wiley.
- Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG)

2018

(EE320) Digital System Laboratory (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
The aim of this course is to give students hands-on experience in designing and building digital systems through practical experiments. This experimental course, related to basic circuit theory and digital systems, is focused on both hands-on experience and design practice with the following experiments: 1. Utilization of experimental equipment such as oscilloscope, power supply, and function generator, 2. Basic electric circuit theory with R, L, and C circuit networks, 3. Various digital circuits and systems, 4. Design specific digital system for given functionality as a term project.
  • Textbooks
- Handouts for EE320, ECE, UNIST
- Experiments in Digital Fundamentals 10th edition, David M. Buchla, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- Digital Design, 5th edition, M. Mano and M. Ciletti, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials
 

(EE759) Intelligent Power Interface (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students, especially in Ph.D. course, who are choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course and its contents are divided into two parts: Advanced Power Conversion and Practical Design Methodology. It is designed to give graduate students (Ph.D. or M.S. graduate students who already took prerequisite lectures of Power Electronics) both the advanced principles and practical knowledge of power electronics, especially, various power conversion of DC-AC inverters, resonant converters, and multi-level converters, and practical design considerations of power converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Power Electronics, 3rd ed., Eui-Chul Nho, Moonundang.
- Power Electronics, Daniel W. Hart, McGRAW-HILL.
- Practical Design of Power Supplies, Ron Lenk, IEEE Press, Wiley.

 

(EE201) Basic Circuit Theory (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for undergraduate students (sophomore) who are choosing a track in the school of ECE. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires anlysis activities of basic circuits using simulation software, which will be homework. It is designed to give undergraduate students both the basic principles and practical knowledge of circuit theory including electrical circuitry such as resistors, inductors, and capacitors. Time and frequency domain analysis of circuit operation will be conducted.
  • Textbooks
- Electric Circuit, 10th ed., James W.Nilsson and Susan A. Riedel, Pearson
- Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 6th ed., Christopher K. Alexander and Matthew N.O. Sadiku, McGRAW-HILL
- PSPICE(OrCAD) User Manuals&Tutorials

2017

(EE320) Digital System Laboratory (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
The aim of this course is to give students hands-on experience in designing and building digital systems through practical experiments. This experimental course, related to basic circuit theory and digital systems, is focused on both hands-on experience and design practice with the following experiments: 1. Utilization of experimental equipment such as oscilloscope, power supply, and function generator, 2. Basic electric circuit theory with R, L, and C circuit networks, 3. Various digital circuits and systems, 4. Design specific digital system for given functionality as a term project.
  • Textbooks
- Handouts for EE320, ECE, UNIST
- Experiments in Digital Fundamentals 10th edition, David M. Buchla, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- Digital Design, 5th edition, M. Mano and M. Ciletti, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials
 

(EE201) Basic Circuit Theory (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for undergraduate students (sophomore) who are choosing a track in the school of ECE. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires anlysis activities of basic circuits using simulation software, which will be homework. It is designed to give undergraduate students both the basic principles and practical knowledge of circuit theory including electrical circuitry such as resistors, inductors, and capacitors. Time and frequency domain analysis of circuit operation will be conducted.
  • Textbooks
- Electric Circuit, 10thed., James W.Nilsson and Susan A. Riedel, Pearson
- Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 6th ed., Christopher K. Alexander and Matthew N.O. Sadiku, McGRAW-HILL
- PSPICE(OrCAD) User Manuals&Tutorials

 

(EE555) Advanced Power Electronics (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students who are choosing a track in the shcool of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however,m this course requires design activities of power circuits as a term project using simulation software. It is designed to give graduate students (or senior undergraduate students) both the advanced principles and practical knowledge of power electronics, especially, modelling and control of power converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-toDC Power Conversion – Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- Power Electronics – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N.Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- Power Electronics – A First Course, N.Mohan, Wiley.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

2016

(EE320) Digital System Laboratory (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
The aim of this course is to give students hands-on experience in designing and building digital systems through practical experiments. This experimental course, related to basic circuit theory and digital systems, is focused on both hands-on experience and design practice with the following experiments: 1. Utilization of experimental equipment such as oscilloscope, power supply, and function generator, 2. Basic electric circuit theory with R, L, and C circuit networks, 3. Various digital circuits and systems, 4. Design specific digital system for given functionality as a term project.
  • Textbooks
- Handouts for EE320, ECE, UNIST
- Experiments in Digital Fundamentals 10th edition, David M. Buchla, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- Digital Design, 5th edition, M. Mano and M. Ciletti, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(ECE638) Intelligent Power Interface (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students, especially in Ph.D. course, who are choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires partially organized student seminars for specific topics of Intelligent Power Interface such as resonant converters. It is designed to give graduate students (Ph.D. or M.S. graduate students who already took prerequisite lectures of Power Electronics) both the advanced principles and practical knowledge of power electronics, especially, practical design considerations of power converters and resonant converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Practical Design of Power Supplies, Ron Lenk, IEEE Press, Wiley
- Power Electronics, Daniel W. Hart, Mc Graw Hill
- Power Electronic – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- Fundamentals of Power Electronics 3rd edition, Robert W. Erickson, Springer
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(ECE555) Advanced Power Electronics (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students who are choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits as a term project using simulation software. It is designed to give graduate students( or senior undergraduate students) both the advanced priciples and practical knowledge of power electronics, especiallym, modeling and control of power converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion – Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- Power Electronics – A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

2015

(EE404)Fundamentals of Power Electronics (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is an optional lecture for student choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits and term project using simulation software. It is designed to give students both the basic principles and fundamental knowledge of power electronics and hands-on experience of designing and building power hardware and its control circuits.
  • Textbooks
- Power Electronics –A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic –Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N.Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion –Circuits,-Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(ECE555) Advanced Power Electronics (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students who are choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits as a term project using simulation software and will be partially organized student seminars for detail topics of Advanced Power Electronics such as resonant converters. It is designed to give graduate students (or senior undergraduate students) both the advanced principles and practical knowledge of power electronics, especially, modeling and control of power converters and resonant converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion – Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- Power Electronics – A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(ITP1170) Engineering programming II (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
Engineers are using various software and hardware for their works and research frequently. So, it is important to have good understanding on programming and on the conceptual relationship between hardware and software. In this course, students will experience this real world situation using simplified tools – RobotC(software) and LEGO Mindstorms(hardware). Students will have an opportunity of learning basic skills on C programming(RobotC) and LEGO Mindstorms(hardware). This course will emphasize software part much more than hardware. This course will also help students to perform any engineering jobs using any software/hardware.
  • Textbooks

2014

(EE404) Fundamentals of Power Electronics (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview

This course is an optional lecture for student choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits and term project using simulation software. It is designed to give students both the basic principles and fundamental knowledge of power electronics and hands-on experience of designing and building power hardware and its control circuits.

  • Textbooks
- Power Electronics – A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion – Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(CSE201) Digital System Laboratory (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
The aim of this course is to give students both the basic principles of digital logic design and hands-on experience of designing and building digital systems.
  • Textbooks
- Digital Design, 5th edition, M. Mano and M. Ciletti, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- Experiments in Digital Fundamentals 10th edition, David M. Buchla, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(EE555) Advanced Power Electronics (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is a lecture for graduate students who are choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits as a term project using simulation software and will be partially organized student seminars for detail topics of Advanced Power Electronics such as resonant converters. It is designed to give graduate students (or senior undergraduate students) both the advanced principles and practical knowledge of power electronics, especially, modeling and control of power converters and resonant converters for high power conversion efficiency.
  • Textbooks
- Pulsewidth Modulated DC-to-DC Power Conversion –Circuits, Dynamics, and Control Designs, Byungcho Choi, Wiley
- Power Electronics –A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley. Power Electronic –Converters, Applications, and Design3rdedition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

2013

(CSE201) Digital System Lab. (1st Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is required for every student choosing a track in the school of ECE. Combining three-hour lecture and three-hour laboratory into a single course, it is designed to give students both the basic principles of digital logic design and hands-on experience of designing and building digital systems.
  • Textbooks
- Digital Design, 5th edition, M. Mano and M. Ciletti, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- Experiments in Digital Fundamentals 10th edition, David M. Buchla, Pearson Prentice Hall.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials

 

(EE321) Electronics Experiment Lab. (2nd Semester)

  • Course Overview
Through the course, students are expected to comprehend how to design, measure, and evaluate electrical circuits.
  • Textbooks

 

(EE481) Special Topics in EE II – Fundamentals of Power Electronics (3rd Semester)

  • Course Overview
This course is an optional lecture for student choosing a track in the school of ECE, especially the EE track. It is composed of three-hour lecture as a single course; however, this course requires design activities of power circuits and term project using simulation software. It is designed to give students both the basic principles and fundamental knowledge of power electronics and hands-on experience of designing and building power hardware and its control circuits.
  • Textbooks
- Power Electronics – A First Course, N. Mohan, Wiley.
- Power Electronic – Converters, Applications, and Design 3rd edition, N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins, Wiley.
- PSIM User Manuals & Tutorials