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|Course Title||Academic Number||Subject||Credit||academic
|Circuit theory foundation||ENA2002||Major||Major||3||2|
Solid State Physics
|Introduction to heat and
|Nano Device 1||ENA3004||Major||Major||3||3|
|Nano Device 2||ENA3005||Major||Major||3||4|
|Computer simulation of
nano physical properties
materials and devices
|Nano physical property
Nano Energy Materials
nano energy material
|Basic Nanotechnology laboratory 1||ENA2014||Major||Major||2||2|
|Basic Nanotechnology laboratory 2||ENA2015||Major||Major||2||3|
|Nano process laboratory||ENA3016||Major||Major||2||3|
|Nano device laboratory||ENA3017||Major||Major||2||4|
This course provides an introduction to nanotechnology and science. Basic knowledge of physics chemistry helps to understand the overall understanding of nanotechnology and builds the foundation for in-depth research. Core concepts, current nanotechnology, and future technologies that can be expected from nanotechnology. It provides fundamental ideas and innovative applications of nanotechnology to transform our world.
Through this lecture, it is possible to acquire the basic knowledge of understanding and designing the analysis capability of the electric circuit that constitutes the basis of current ICT device and system, the concept of RLC passive device and active device, and circuit composed of them . In addition, the course aims to acquire an approach to analyze various types and structures of electric circuits and a technical understanding to reach the optimization process.
Mechanics This course introduces various quantum phenomena such as Schroedinger theory, single particle Schroedinger equations, hydrogen atom, periodic table, perturbation theory, etc. for wave particle duality, bound state and scattering. The basic theory of quantum physics also introduces the solid band structure and basic properties of nanomaterials.
It deals with the structure, basic reaction, synthesis and properties of organic compounds, and covers aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatics, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, ketones, acids, amines and stereochemistry. You will also learn the principles of IR, NMR, UV, and MASS spectroscopy and their spectral analysis, which are widely used to identify the structure of organic compounds. They will practice structure checking and learn how to operate the unit.
This course introduces basic knowledge to understand the physical structure and structure of inorganic compounds, such as electronic structure, chemical bonding, and symmetry, and discusses crystal field theory, magnetic properties, synthesis and mechanism of inorganic chemical compounds and various reaction mechanisms for transition metal compounds. Lecture.
In this paper, we present a brief overview of the nano-biotechnology field, which is currently regarded as a high-tech convergence field, and examine the general characteristics, structure, and working principles of nano-bio materials and nanobio materials / devices. This course introduces major researches in the field, recent research achievements and trends, and discussions are conducted by selecting related papers by topic.
In the case of new functional nanomaterials, a theoretical approach to the design and manufacture of materials is needed to achieve the desired chemical-physical-optical properties. In this course, project-based lectures are given to learn the composition, microstructure and manufacturing method of nanomaterials to realize new properties.
This process provides a basic concept of the solid state to understand the basic properties of the solid. In this course, solid state crystal structures, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical and magnetic properties and semiconductors are studied. In addition, by introducing the quantum theory of solids, we learn band structure calculations, optical properties, phonons, neutron scattering, electron dynamics in single band theory, and properties of nanomaterials.
This process understands the physical phenomena occurring in electronic and optoelectronic device structures such as transistors, diodes, photodetectors, and solar cells. This course aims to understand the quantum mechanical phenomenon of the device, that is, the tunneling effect of electrons and the quantum charge transport considering the interaction with the important state environment in the nano device, and apply it to the new device function.
We teach quantum chemistry, which is the basis of physical chemistry, from basic concept to application. In particular, we will provide students with core terminology and concepts to help students study physics and chemistry, which are required in nanoscience. In particular, students will acquire basic knowledge of physical chemistry through thermodynamics, and teach basic principles of wave mechanics, quantum mechanics, and molecular models.
This course introduces the basic concepts of heat and mass transfer in various industrial processes. In this course, you will learn various analytical, empirical, and numerical techniques for solving heat and mass transfer problems. Throughout this course, students will learn basic theory and application techniques of heat and mass transfer, steady state and unsteady state diffusion phenomena, mass transfer coefficient, momentum and mass transfer system simultaneously, steady state and unsteady state heat transfer, heat transfer coefficient, , Condensation, boiling, and copying.
This course introduces the contents of biomaterials and nanostructures that exist in nature or are manufactured by synthesis. Lectures will be held in the order of physicochemical characteristics, synthesis and manufacturing process, application fields, and recent development trends of various organic / inorganic nano bio materials with nanoscale structure. Through this course, students will be able to understand the structure and physicochemical properties of various organic materials (polymer, lipid, dendrimer, etc.) and inorganic materials (metal nanoparticles, semiconductor nanoparticles, etc.) We can understand the process techniques for manufacturing nanomaterials, nanostructure manufacturing processes composed of biomaterials, and application technologies for nanobio-materials.
In this course, basic principles of electrical, optical, magnetic and chemical properties of nanoscale organic / inorganic nanomaterials and their characteristics are fused with bioscience to develop new analytical methods, We introduce examples that apply to development of disease treatment system and the like. Through this course, students will be able to learn about organic and inorganic nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal nanoparticles, quantum dot nanoparticles, magnetic nanoparticles, etc.) and biomaterials (proteins, ), The development of various analysis protocols, manufacturing and operation of disease diagnosis sensors, and drug delivery systems.
One of the goals of this lecture is to understand the key technologies involved in the fabrication process and integration of nanoscale electronic devices that are technically driven by the current ICT community. Through this lecture, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the unit process and the integrated process for fabricating nanoelectronic devices. In addition, we want to provide material properties of conductors, semiconductors, non-conductors, magnetic materials, etc., and their physical understanding that constitutes electronic devices.
Through this lecture, students will be able to acquire the professional knowledge related to the latest technological trends of nanoscale electronic / optical devices and the technical background and operation principle of future nanodevices that can lead future technology development, and future solutions. . Through this, we aim to train core personnel who will lead the academic / industrial fields of future electronic / optical devices.
Teaches the fundamentals of light-matter interaction analysis, which is the basis of spectroscopy for display, solar cell, and material properties. In particular, students will learn the basics of light-matter interactions in the nanoscale and learn how they can be applied in nanotechnology.
Fluid mechanics is a discipline that analyzes how fluids that are essential for the synthesis / manipulation of nanomaterials, such as air / water / blood / oil, behave when subjected to force. We will learn essential concepts for identifying these hydrodynamic phenomena in the nano-domain and how to apply them to nanotechnology.
In this course, various organic nanoelectronic materials such as organic field-effect transistor, organic light emitting diode, and organic photovoltaic using physical, chemical and electrical properties of organic materials, It is aimed to learn device application field.
The objective of this lecture is to understand the semiconductor related technology, one of the national key industries, and to train key personnel of the semiconductor industry in the future. Through this lecture, students will acquire basic knowledge in various fields ranging from the physical foundation of semiconductor materials and application technologies to advanced high-density devices. Through this lecture, you will be able to understand the main performance of MOS devices and understand how they affect the electrical characteristics of the transistor and the circuit / system level.
The classical mechanics approach is no longer to be applied to a variety of materials such as atomic structures, electronic structures, electrical properties, optical properties, mechanical properties, thermal properties, etc., for materials of size and dimension, The study of the physical principles of the individual measuring equipment to measure the physical properties and the advantages and disadvantages of the equipment.
The energy is used for conversion and storage include solar cells, fuel cells, secondary batteries, and energy harvesting. Understanding the basic reaction principle of materials that cause energy conversion and storage in these devices, and a basic understanding of the phenomenon and performance depending on the physical and chemical properties of nanomaterials.
The used for energy conversion and storage include solar cells, fuel cells, secondary batteries, and energy harvesting devices. These devices exhibit various characteristics and performance depending on the materials used. Based on an understanding of the core materials required in these devices, we will study nanomaterials to improve the performance of devices, and design and application of nanomaterials to enhance energy storage and conversion efficiency.
This course covers the convergence of nanoscience / nanotechnology and medical technology. In this lecture, we will design and manufacture nanomaterials for the development of innovative new therapeutic techniques that minimize the early diagnosis of diseases and minimized side effects through nanoscience / nanotechnology approach, analysis of interaction with cells, pharmacology of bioinjected nanomaterials Introduction to the basic theory of behavior. Throughout this course, students will be able to use molecular imaging nano-contrast agents, gene nanotransporters, nanotechnology to improve the delivery efficiency of intracellular functioning substances, nano-technology to improve the efficiency of chemotherapy, optical / Technology and nanotechnology to improve the efficiency of cell therapy.
Students learn basic concepts necessary for nano engineering experimentally. In particular, the various physico-chemical / biological phenomena that arise when the size of various semiconductor / metal materials are reduced to nano is theoretically learned and experimentally confirmed. At this time, quantum dots, metal nanoparticles and colloids are used as a model of nanomaterials, and nanoscale properties are measured using spectroscopy, atomic force microscope, and electron microscope.
Based on fundamental experimental techniques such as analysis and synthesis of nanomaterials, which are essential for nanoscience, the optical properties of nanomaterials, the physical properties of composite nanostructures, synthesis of nanobio materials, and electrochemical application experiments Systematically acquire skills.
We will design and manufacture products to which nanotechnology is applied through experiments on various nano devices such as nano electronic devices, nano bio devices, and nano energy devices. Based on this understanding and practice, we overcome limitations of existing theoretical education and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of nanodevices and discuss the future development of nanodevices.