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Establishment of UST21 education system

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Strengthening the cooperation between UST-GFRIs-corporations
Strengthen the cooperation between GFRIs
Support business start-ups with GFRI-based technologies

Establish global status as a national research university

Improving brand value
Improving cooperation network

Establish creative knowledge management system

Providing creative educational environment by applying cutting-edge technology
Improving management effectiveness

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Environment & Energy Mechanical Engineering


Environment & Energy Mechenical Engineering is a multi-disciplinary branch of engineering based on mechanical engineering. it includes physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, bio mechanics and bio engineering. Since industrialization has resulted in global weather , acceleration of the fossil fuel shortage, and severe air pollution, clean environmental system engineering deals with ting-edge technologies of environmental plants, such as carbon dioxide reduction, ultimate utilization of natural resources via the technology of “waste to energy”, ultra clean air purification systems, and even fuel cell technologies. This branch of engineering not only covers basic academic analysis on the system level of practical analysis of environmentally friendly plant, but it also deals with the practical development of components and machinery aiming at high efficiency and ultimate performance. Students in this branch of engineering will be involved in research projects on environmental machinery. they will be able to figure out the right development procedures for environmental machinery, component modules and plant systems. Students will be more focused on practical engineering concerns such as seminars, research, and journal publication, even though academic credits will recognized as a very important portion of graduation.


Course Name (Kor/Eng)

플라즈마공정응용 (High Temperature Thermochemistry Plasma Process)

Course Details

Course Details
캠퍼스, 학위과정, 학점, 이수구분, 강의형태, 강의방법, 주관교수로 구분하여 안내합니다.
Campus Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials
Academic Curriculum Integrative program Credts 3
Completion Criteria Major Lecture Types Major
Lecture Methods Korean course Supervising Professors


강의목표, 교재 및 참고문헌, 수업운영방식, 과제물, 성적평가방식으로 구분하여 안내합니다.
Lecture Objectives To introduce and help understanding on concept of plasma generation and applications
Textbooks and References None
How a Lecture is Conducted Lecture
Assignments Homework & reports
Grading and Score Evaluatios Attendance (30%), Term project (30%), Reading assignment (30%), Quiz (10%)

Weekkly Syllabus

Weekkly Syllabus
Weekkly, 계획으로 구분하여 안내합니다.
1 Week Introduction from students / Introduction on Plasma 1
2 Week Introduction on Plasma 2
3 Week Introduction on Plasma 3 / Reading assignment #1
4 Week Introduction on Plasma application 1
5 Week Introduction on Plasma application 2 / Term project assignment
6 Week Presentation on reading assignment #1
7 Week Introduction on Plasma application 3 / Reading assignment #2
8 Week Basics of electromagnetics 1
9 Week Basics of electromagnetics 2
10 Week Basics of electromagnetics 3 / Quiz #1
11 Week Basics of electromagnetics 4 / Presentation on reading assignment #2
12 Week Basics of electromagnetics 5
13 Week Basics of electromagnetics 6 / Quiz #2
14 Week Term project presentation
15 Week Term project presentation
16 Week Course wrap up