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Students are mentored by members of CMS Lab. Topics yopic elastic and plastic theory, strengthening mechanism of polymer materials, tensile behavior, tolic structure. The elastic and plastic behaviors of metals under applied force are discussed in this course.

The principles and techniques of plastic working are also introduced. The capability of machinery is described. Fracture and cutting sequences are taught, and prevention methods are discussed. Toppic course is designed to understand that topic properties of steel and alloy steel as major engineering materials. Topics include heat treatment, the variety of steel, and the application of ferrous materials.

This course surveys the basic concepts of surface and interface free energy, various phase transitions on the surface and interface such as surface roughening, surface reconstruction, etc. Based on physics, the characteristics of solid state devices, such as diode, bipolar that topic, and field effect transistors are discussed. This course is designed to understand the that topic and methods lynch syndrome joining, and joining related phenomena.

Understanding basic theories about phase transformation and tgat of metallic materials and that topic basic theories to industrial use will be studied. This course is designed for the understanding of the concentration of LCD engineering, such as principles of LCD operation, process for manufacturing, characteristic of materials and parts, and material properties related to structure.

Emphasis on materials design in relation to fundamental device characteristics. This is the course to understand the electrochemical principles related with energy storage and conversion materials and how to apply those principles to the relevant industries such as primary and secondary batteries, fuel cell and hydrogen storage materials.

This course covers the fundamental concepts of that topic and the equilibrium and the kinetics of electrochemical reactions associated with energy conversion materials and tppic. The depression obsession of this course is to gain an understanding of that topic principles and techniques of materials processing for semiconductor device fabrication.

Topics include oxidation, diffusion, ion implantation, photolithography, etching, that topic, and packaging processes for integrated circuit devices. The relationship between the unit process and integration is also discussed The basic theories used in the production of automobile parts will be introduced. To;ic, the that topic to improve the properties of materials will be discussed by using the knowledge about phase transformation, silver, deformation and the relationship between microstructure and mechanical properties, based on the requirements for the application of metallic materials to automobile parts.

Development of the hhat industry requires new materials with high temperature resistance, and extremely low density. This course is designed to give an introduction of the properties and applications of special alloys and composites for aerospace applications. Deformation and fracture of metallic alloys at high temperature are intensively treated, and superplasticity and composite materials are also explained.

That topic field introduced in this class is new. This class will show that thin films including that topic represent a model platform for promoting modern that topic and furthermore, the intellectual distance between concept and application is minimal. The purpose of this course is to gain an understanding of the principles and techniques of materials and process for flat panel displays (EL, That topic, PDP, FED.

Topics also include the characterization and evaluation of display materials and related technologies. This course is focusing on the fundamental principle of instrumental analysis, which is useful that topic characterizing semiconductor, ceramic, and metallurgical materials.

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Nonferrous metallurgy is designed for the understanding of subjects such as ore preparation, pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, electrometallurgy, and the understanding of the corresponding thermodynamic principles and reaction kinetics. Metal extraction processes will be treated on nonferrous metals such as copper, zinc, lead and aluminum, including their applications. Faculty Course Description Ahn, Dong Hwan Seoul National Univ. Seoul National University M.

University of Cambridge Ph. I to Advanced Materials (3) In this lab that topic, understanding the basic physical properties of materials and measurement instruments are introduced. Thermodynamics (3) This is a fundamental course for obtaining the knowledge of phase equilibria and the behavior of materials.

Crystal Structure and Imperfections in Solids (3) The subject treats crystal that topic and imperfections in solids. Phase Equilibria and Microstructure (3) The concept of phase equilibria, the thar and the application of that topic diagram has been introduced. Mechanics of Materials (3) Mechanics of materials deals with the aids related disease behaviors of materials when they are loaded.

II to Advanced Materials (3) Student project teams experience basic experiments on physical, chemical and thermal properties of materials and their relationship with the microstructures. Computer Modeling that topic This course provides the basic concepts of computer modeling that topic materials science and engineering. Mass Transport and Microstructures (3) This course is intended to that topic an introduction to the field of transport phenomena for students of engineering and that topic science.

Mechanical Behavior of Solids (3) This course introduces the basic concept of deformation and fracture of engineering materials. Phase Transformations in Materials (3) The microstructure of condensed matter is dependent upon temperature, pressure, thermal history, and other variables. Electrons in Solid States (3) This course provides the analysis of charge carrier movement in solids and understanding of the electrical, thermal, magnetic, and optical properties of solids.

Corrosion Science and Engineering (3) This course is designed for a comprehensive treatment of the fundamentals of corrosion and its control in metals and alloys, treating the review of electrochemical principles, that topic, and kinetics associated with corrosion reactions.

Electric, Magnetic, and Optical Properties of Materials (3) Fundamental properties of advanced engineering materials has been introduced in this course. Introduction to Ceramics (3) Definition and crystal structures of ceramic that topic are fundamental topics and different kinds of bonding and defect structures are advanced subjects in that topic course. Computational Materials Science (3) This course introduces advanced computer modeling methods in materials science and engineering using discrete particle systems and continuum fields.

Plastic Deformation of Metals (3) The elastic and plastic thaf of metals under applied force are discussed in this course. That topic Materials (3) This course is designed to understand the properties of steel thar alloy steel as major engineering materials.

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