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Advanced Materials Science (AMS)

AMS202 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering [재료공학개론]
The need for new materials is now increasing as both the mechanical and (opto-)electronic devices become small, light, and integrated. The understanding of basic structures and properties of materials in the areas of metals, semiconductors, ceramics, and polymers is essential to develop new materials. The main background of this course is educating the fundamental sciences and techniques associated with various structures, properties, and engineering process. This lecture is to help students understand the relationship between microstructures of materials and physical (mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical) and chemical properties.
AMS203 Thermodynamics of Materials [재료열역학]
This course is one of the fundamental courses in Materials Science and Engineering as a topic in the field of Applied Physical Chemistry, and is focused on the understanding of material properties and fundamental phenomena related to material processes. Specific topics will include gas state properties and structures, thermodynamic laws, and equilibrium state.
AMS210 Defects in Crystals [결정결함론]
As well known in the materials science field, the properties of materials are strongly influenced by the population of intrinsic and extrinsic defects in crystals. This course contains three main sections: point defects (zero-dimensional defects), dislocations (one-dimensional defects), and planar defects (two-dimensional defects). The properties, characteristics, kinetics, energetics and thermodynamics of those defects in crystals will be discussed.
AMS230 Introduction to Crystallography [결정학개론]
This course covers the derivation of symmetry theory; lattices, point groups, space groups, and isotropic and anisotropic properties of crystals. This course also covers the principles and applications of x-ray diffraction and electron diffraction to identify cystal structure.
AMS300 Materials Lab [재료실험]
This course provides an experimental introduction to key concepts in materials such as metals, ceramics, and semiconductors and the relationships among structure, properties and performance will be examined.
AMS311 Introduction to Metallic Materials [금속재료개론]
This course aims to basically understand the microstructure and mechanical properties of metallic materials, which include ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys. Dislocation, phase transformation, and strengthening mechanisms will be covered in this course. The relationship between microstructure and mechanical properties in metallic materials will also be discussed.
AMS312 Phase Transformations in Materials [재료상변태]
The state of matter is dependent upon temperature, thermal history, and other variables. In this course the science of structural transitions is treated, with the purpose in mind of utilizing them for producing materials with superior properties. The subjects covered include the methods of structural analysis, solidification, solid state transformation, and order-disorder transition.
AMS350 Solid State Physics of Materials I [재료고체물리 I]
This course will provide fundamental knowledges of physics of solids on the basis of quantum and statistical mechanics. Topics include crystal structures, reciprocal lattice, x-ray diffraction, lattice dynamics, solid state thermodynamics, free and nearly free electron models, kinetic theory and transport, energy band theory, metal/semiconductor/insulator, and semiconductor physics and devices.
AMS351 Thin Film Technology [박막공학]
The need for thin films is now increasing as the electronic devices become small, light and integrated. In addition, fabrication of thin films from bulk materials is necessary to maximize their performance. Therefore, in this course we study the basic principles and techniques for the fabrication of thin films, the characterization methods and the applications of thin films.
ASM352 Solid State Physics of Materials II [재료고체물리 II]
This course covers beyond the solid state physics I with a focus on the cooperative phenomena of electrons. Topics include plasmon/polariton/polaron, optical processes in solids, dielectrics and ferroelectrics, magnetism and magnetic order, superconductivity, and physics in low dimensional system.
AMS353 Surface Science of Materials [재료표면과학]
In low dimensional materials, the surfaces plays an important role in governing the material's whole property. The physical and chemical properties of the surface is different from that of bulk materials, and these novel properties of the surface can be used to develop new functional materials. This course covers the structure of the surface, the physical, chemical, and electronic properties of the surface, the physics and chemistry behind surface phenomena.
AMS360 Bio-inspired Materials Science [바이오소재과학]
The objectives of the course are to offer an overview of bio-inspired materials, bio-inspired intelligent structures, and bio-inspired morphing structures through advanced understanding of material properties, design and structural behavior at different levels (material, element, structural and system levels). We will discuss emerging applications for bio-inspired structures and the impact of bio-inspired and bio-derived ideas on nano- and related technologies.
AMS390 Introduction to Computational Materials Science [전산재료과학개론]
This course will focus on introducing computational methods, numerical techniques, theories and algorithms in describing the equilibrium, kinetics, diffusion and evolution of materials. During the course, students will be exposed to first-hands-on experience in various numerical treatments and computational methods for various topics such as linear algebra, fast fourier transformation, differential equation, Monte Carlo Potts model, phase field model, finite difference/elements, and etc. The main objective of this course is let students understand the advantages, disadvantages and pitfalls of various methods, and therefore grab the idea that the computational materials science can play a fundamental role in designing structures of materials, processes and devices for better performance.
AMS400 Materials Lab1 [재료실험1]
This course provides an experimental introduction to key concepts in materials such as metals, ceramics, and semiconductors and the relationships among structure, properties and performance will be examined.
AMS401 Transmission Electron Microscopy [전자현미경학]
Theoretical and practical aspects of conventional and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy and related techniques will be covered; Imaging theory, electron diffraction theory and spectroscopy such as energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and electron energy loss spectroscopy.
AMS402 Materials Lab12 [재료실험2]
This course provides an experimental introduction to key concepts in materials such as metals, ceramics, and semiconductors and the relationships among structure, properties and performance will be examined.
AMS410 Principles of Corrosion Engineering and Prevention [재료 부식과 방식]
The focus of this course is on the fundamentals of corrosion engineering and corrosion prevention of metallic and alloy structures as well as on non-metallic composites and hybrid materials. Recent challenges in corrosion of advanced materials used in the automotive, aerospace, and marine industries as well as for underground structures for oil, gas, geothermal and tidal wave technologies will included. This course also covers most traditional and non-traditional tests for corrosion studies, including characterization techniques and analysis of corrosion phenomenon and corrosion monitoring principles.
AMS411 Extreme Environment Materials [극한환경소재)]
This course covers the design, synthesis and applications of materials that can reliably withstand the extreme thermal, pressure and highly corrosive environments for long periods of time without failure. Understanding how these extreme environments affect the physical and chemical processes that occur in the bulk material and at its surface would open the door to employing these conditions to make entirely new classes of materials with greatly enhanced performance for future technologies.
AMS431 Magnetic Properties of Materials [재료의 자기적 성질]
Magnetism is one of the most actively studied research area in modern science and technology. It is a collective phenomenon, involving the mutual cooperation of enormous numbers of particles. This course introduces elementary magnetostatics and atomic origins of magnetism. Students will learn properties of ferro-, para- dia- and antiferro-magnetics and the theories that describe them. In addtion, magnetic phenomena and magnetic materials in technological applications will be introduced.
AMS432 Piezoelectric Materials [압전 재료]
Piezoelectricity that is one of the most interesting physical phenomena in solid-state physics will be introduced and discussed in this course. Given that the most widely used piezoelectric materials are ferroelectric materials, our discussion will cover a range of material classes, i.e., from dielectrics to ferroelectrics from fundamentals to applications. This lecture aims primarily at providing an extensive overview on the state-of-the-art in piezoelectrics and related materials from fundamentals to applications, followed by in-depth discussion on the remaining challenges and future directions for the researchers of next generation.
AMS433 Introduction to Ceramics [세라믹 물성학]
This course is designed to provide students with the core understanding necessary to pursue the subject of ceramics as it now exists and to be prepared for any surprises likely to emerge. Key concepts will be developed in a sequence which builds on firm foundations, using the materials learned so that their significance is continuously reinforced. The nature of defects which intrudes upon the perfect geometry of ideal crystal structures, migration of matter and charge, chemical and phase equilibria are among the subjects discussed.
AMS497~8 Special Topics in Advanced Materials Science I ~ II [신소재과학 특론 I ~ II]
This course covers cutting-edge technologies with applications in advanced materials science and engineering, especially on advanced structural materials, characterization, multifunctional metallic composites, polymer materials, spintronic materials, bio-inspired materials, electronic materials, graphene, low-dimensional crystals, optoelectronic materials, and nano devices. This content is changeable depending on instructor.

Nano Materials Engineering (NME)

NME202 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering [재료공학개론]
The need for new materials is now increasing as both the mechanical and (opto-)electronic devices become small, light, and integrated. The understanding of basic structures and properties of materials in the areas of metals, semiconductors, ceramics, and polymers is essential to develop new materials. The main background of this course is educating the fundamental sciences and techniques associated with various structures, properties, and engineering process. This lecture is to help students understand the relationship between microstructures of materials and physical (mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical) and chemical properties.
NME203 Thermodynamics of Materials [재료열역학]
This course is one of the fundamental courses in Materials Science and Engineering as a topic in the field of Applied Physical Chemistry, and is focused on the understanding of material properties and fundamental phenomena related to material processes. Specific topics will include gas state properties and structures, thermodynamic laws, and equilibrium state.
NME251 Introduction to Nanomaterials [나노재료개론]
Low-dimensional materials such as nanodot, nanotube, graphene, is considered as a promising future materials for nanotechnology, due to its unique size-dependent properties (mechanical, thermal, chemical, electronic, optical, and magnetic). This course will cover an interdisciplinary introduction to processing, structure, and properties of materials at the nanometer scale.
NME270 Introduction to Polymer Materials [고분자재료개론]
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the basic concept of polymer and various kinds of polymer materials. Students will learn basic chemical synthesis and polymer properties such as thermal, chemical, physical, mechanical, and electro-optic characteristics.
NME313 Mechanical Behavior of Materials [재료의 기계적거동]
This course explores the phenomenology of mechanical behavior of materials at the macroscopic level and the relationship of mechanical behavior to material structure and mechanisms of deformation and failure. Topics covered include elasticity, viscoelasticity, plasticity, creep, fracture, and fatigue. Case studies and examples are drawn from structural and functional applications that include a variety of material classes: metals, ceramics, polymers, thin films, composites, and cellular materials.
NME315 Physical Metallurgy [물리금속학]
The objective of this course is to reinforce fundamental concepts and introduce advanced topics inphysical metallurgy with emphasis on microstructural evolution and structure-properties relations. Topics will include equilibrium phase diagrams, thermodynamics, diffusional and martensitic transformation kinetics, recrystallization, and grain growth etc.
NME330 Nano-Electroceramics [나노 전자세라믹스]
A ceramic is an inorganic, non-metallic solid. Modern state-of-the-art electronics and displays are based on ceramic semiconducting materials such as silicon (Si) and gallium arsenide (GaAs). This course will present the principles and concepts of electronic device operation and fabrication (e.g. how transistors work and how they are made) using ceramic nanomaterials, mainly focusing on Si and GaAs. It begins with the electrical and structural properties of ceramic nanomaterials and the operation of the ceramic-based p-n junctions and transistors.
NME350 Modern Physics of Materials [재료현대물리]
The course is directed at the development of a background in the basic physics required to understand the behavior of electrons in atoms, molecules and solids. Examples to illustrate the application of these techniques will be centered in the free and nearly free electron theory of solids. The application of modern physics to many state-of-the-art materials analysis techniques will be demonstrated throughout the course.
NME353 Physical Chemsistry of Materials : Reaction Engineering [재료물리화학 : 반응공학]
This course is designed to extend the concepts and knowledge learned from subject NME203 Thermodynamics of materials and provide fundamental knowledge of thermodynamics for materials scientists and engineers. It covers phase equilibrium, calculation of heat capacitance, and the relation between free energy and phase diagram.
NME354 Introduction to Semiconductor [반도체개론]
Concerning present and projected needs, this course provides a strong intuitive and analytical foundation for dealing with solid state devices. Emphasis is placed on developing a fundamental understanding of the internal working of the most basic solid state device structures, such as silicon based, metal-semiconductor contact, PN junction, MOS capacitor, bipolar transistor, and MOSFET.
NME355 Introduction to Nano-Energy Materials [나노에너지재료]
This course deals with basic nano-energy materials such as metal, semiconductor, oxide, and carbon based materials to realize electronic, photovoltaic, electrochemical, piezoeletric, and thermoelectric devices. In addition, students will learn fundamental principles of the charge carrier transport of nano-scale materials in devices and their characterization tools.
NME356 Introduction to Nanophotonics [나노포토닉스개론]
Nanophotonics is the study of the behavior of light on the nanometer scale. In this course, the basic concept of nanophotonics and its applications will be covered. Students learn the novel properties of light at the nanometer scale as well as highly power efficient and new functional devices for engineering applications including optics, or the interaction of light with particles or substances, at deeply subwavelength length scales, and measurement technologies such as near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM), photoassisted scanning tunnelling microscopy, and surface plasmon optics.
NME371 Introduction to Flexible Electronics [유연 전자소자 개론]
Flexible electronics is a technology for fabricating opto-electronic devices with mechanically flexible and stretchable forms using rigid and soft materials, including plastic substrates. This course provides an introduction to recent trends in flexible and wearable electronic devices, and the physics and chemistry of soft, elastic materials for the flexible electronics.
NME372 Polymer Physics [고분자물리]
This course presents the various physical properties (e.g. mechanical, optical, and transport) of polymers with respect to the underlying physical chemistry of polymers in melt, solution, and solid state. Topics include conformation and molecular dimensions of polymer chains; an examination of the structure and thermodynamics of glassy, crystalline, and rubbery elastic states of polymers; liquid crystallinity, microphase separation, multi-component polymer system.
NME401 Nanomaterials Lab1 [나노재료실험1]
This course is a selective senior subject in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering for Organic, Semiconducting and Metalic Materials. The laboratory subject combines experiments illustrating electrical/optical/magnetic properties of materials and structure-property relationships through practical materials.
NME402 Nanomaterials Lab2 [나노재료실험2]
This course is a selective senior subject in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering for Organic, Semiconducting and Metalic Materials. The laboratory subject combines experiments illustrating electrical/optical/magnetic properties of materials and structure-property relationships through practical materials.
NME452 Nano-Semiconducting Devices [나노반도체소자]
Concerning present and projected needs, this course provides a strong intuitive and analytical foundation for dealing with solid state devices. Emphasis is placed on developing a fundamental understanding of the basic process used in integrated- circuit(IC), such as vacuum, thin films, etching, lithography, diffusion, thermal process, ion implantation etc.
NME454 Nano-Materials Reliability [나노소재 신뢰성]
This course covers mechanical behavior of zero through three dimensional nanstrucutre materials. Since nano-materials generally has high surface-to-volume ratio and are generally attached to other materials such as substrates, it is important and interesting to understand their mechanical behavior. This course provides ideas to resolve reliability issues in nano devices such as delamination, crack propagation, and degradation failure during design and manufacturing.
NME455 Display Engineering [디스플레이공학]
This course will provide the basic concept of display devices such as organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), liquid crystal display (LCD), and so on. The basic principle of devices such as how to operate, how to calculate and increase the device efficiency and which kinds of materials used will be studied.
NME471 Polymer Composites [고분자 복합재료]
The demand for composite materials is ever increasing with regard to both mechanical and multi-functional properties (such as electrical and thermal conductivity). The understanding of basic structure and properties of materials that are currently being used for composite materials is essential to develop novel materials. In addition, nano-composites are of great interest due to their promising potential replacing with conventional composite materials. The main background of this course is introducing the fundamentals of science and technologies associated with composites. The lecture is to help undergraduate student understand the requirement of materials for composites and relationship between reinforcing material and matrix.
NME497~8 Special Topics in Nano Materials Engineering I~II [나노재료공학 특론 I~II]
This course covers cutting-edge technologies with applications in nano materials engineering, especially on nanostructured materials, multi-functional composites, hybrid polymer materials, spintronics materials, organic/inorganic optical materials, electronic materials, low-dimensional materials, optoelectronic materials, and nano-devices. This content is changeable depending on instructor.