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Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering

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The Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering

Producing competitive talent who can refine and bring together key areas of electronic and mechanical engineering!The Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering

  • Location
    Science and Technology Building No.414A

  • Tel
    044-860-1440

  • Fax
    044-860-1587

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Introduction

The Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering is a convergence major that covers electronic and electrical engineering, computer engineering, and state-of-the-art sensors that can be applied to mechanical engineering, robotics, mechatronics, and bio systems, which are the cornerstone technologies of modern industry. Since its foundation in 1989, Korea University’s Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering has been leading education and research with highly-qualified faculty from various areas of electro-mechanical systems engineering, and is recognized as the cradle of competitive talent who can refine and converge key areas of electronic and mechanical engineering. Especially, with an employment rate upwards of 80% and a high rate of graduate school advancement, this department is considered to be our country's pioneer in both employment and the academic area of electro-mechanical systems engineering. The Korea University Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering has also been nominated to take part in the BK21 project, and continues to elevate its status with the cooperation of professors and students.

Required Student Skills and Qualities

1. Analytic thinking
A research-minded individual with an interest in mathematics and science (physics), and the ability to logically and rationally solve problems.

2. Convergent, practical thinking
Talented individuals possessing excellent capability in the field of physics (engineering), such as hardware manufacturing/software development and algorithm application

3. Creative thinking
Talented individuals who can think creatively when solving problems, and possess excellent capability in scientific invention.

Faculty

Faculty
Name Position Phone Number Email Field of Research Career
Kim WheeKuk Professor 044-860-1443 wheekuk@korea.ac.kr Robotics Mechanical Engineering (Ph.D. Uni- versity of Texas at Austin, 1990)
Park JooYoung Professor 044-860-1444 parkj@korea.ac.kr intelligent system and control Computational Intellig- ence and Control (Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, 1992)
Park KangBak Professor 044-860-1445 kbpark@korea.ac.kr Nonlinear system Nonlinear Control (Ph.D. KAIST, 1997)
Hong JungHwa Professor 044-860-1446 hongjh32@korea.ac.kr Bio-system control Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University
Kwon KwangHo Professor 044-860-1447 kwonkh@korea.ac.kr Plasma Application Semiconductor processing (Ph.D. Korea University, 1993)
Cheong Joono Professor 044-860-1449 jncheong@korea.ac.kr Robotics Mechanical Engineering(Ph.D., POSTECH, 2003)
Jeong Jaehwa Professor 044-860-1765 jaehwa@korea.ac.kr Precision system Precision Engineering (Ph.D. KAIST, 2005)
Park JinSung Associate
Professor
044-860-1441 shinedew@korea.ac.kr NanoBio Mechanics Nano-Bio Sensors (Ph.D., Korea University, 2013)
Hwang YongHa Associate
Professor
044-860-1442 hwangyongha@korea.ac.kr Miniaturized Devices & Technology University of California Los Angeles
Jeong HyunHwan Assistant
Professor
044-860-1448 hyunhwanjeong@korea.ac.kr Robotic System & Control Mechatronics (Ph.D., Korea university, 2014)
Heo Hoon Professor
Emeritus
010-9261-8988 heo257@korea.ac.kr Stochastic Dynamic and Control Ph.D. Texas Tech University,1985
Min NamKi Professor
Emeritus
010-9419-2320 nkmin@korea.ac.kr Micro Nano Sensor Ph.D. University of Cincinnati,1989

Career Paths after Graduation

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