The College of Information Science and Technology has led the globalization of the IT industry through IT related technology and convergence research, and will work endlessly to create a new future for humanity.
The College of Information Science and Technology consists of 8 departments (Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Computer Science, Department of Information and Communications Engineering, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Department of Knowledge Service Engineering, Department of Industrial Design, Division of Web Science and Technology, Graduate School of Information Security) and looks to lead the global paradigm in IT science, and will foster global IT leaders by teaching information science theories, practical education, and research activities.
In particular, the College of Information Science and Technology will continue to pursue convergence research done by the IT industry, and offer advanced education and construct research systems, in order to contribute to our nation’s reputation as a leader in the field of IT Convergence. Additionally, with this foundation, will develop new knowledge services for the 21st century, and will lead the way in placing our nation at the forefront as a powerful nation of knowledge.
A research project led by Professor Change-Hee Lee of the Department of Electrical Engineering has been selected as one of the top 100 national research and development projects for 2014 out of about 50,000 projects reviewed. Chosen as the best project in the field of electricity and electronics, it has also won the Award of the Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning.
Distinguished Professor, Gyu-Young Hwang of the Department of Computer Science has won the ACM SIGMOD Lifetime Achievement Award for his lifetime leadership and contributions to the advancement of the database industry around the world and in particular, the Asia-Pacific region.
Research Team Led by Professor Sung-Ryool Choi of Department of Electrical Engineering...“Contributions to Device Miniaturization, etc.” A research team led by Professor Sung-Ryool Choi has developed the large-area fabrication process for the semiconductor material, molybdenum diselenide (MoSe2). This technology is expected to contribute to the miniaturization of electronic devices, the enhanced efficiency of solar batteries, and the realization of next-generation transparent flexible devices.
Professor Min-Hyuk Kim of the Department of Computer Science has been appointed as the associate editor of the Transactions on Graphics (TOG) Journal issued by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). As the associate editor, Professor Kim will be in charge of selecting reviewers of dissertations submitted to the ACM TOG Journal and deciding their publication. All the papers selected this way will be presented in the ACM SIGGRAPH Conference.
|Department/Major||Bachelor's Courses||Master's Courses||Doctoral Courses||Office of Academic Affairs||Website|
|Department of Electrical Engineering||●||●||●||042-350-3402~6(F.3410)|
|Department of Computer Science||●||●||●||042-350-3502~5(F.3510)|
|Department of Information & Communications Engineering||●||●||●||042-350-3407(F.3410)|
|Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering||●||●||●||042-350-3102~4(F.3110)|
|Department of Knowledge Service Engineering||●||●||042-350-1602(F.1610)|
|Department of Industrial Design||●||●||●||042-350-4502~3(F.4510)|
|Division of Web Science and Technology||●||●||042-350-4862~4(F.4860)|
|Graduate School of Information Security||●||●||042-350-8391,8393(F.8390)|
|Interdisciplinary Majors and Educational Programs||Bachelor's Courses||Master's Courses||Doctoral Courses||Department Office||Website|
|Interdisciplinary Program for Robotics Engineering||●||●||042-350-8356(F.8506)|
|Interdisciplinary Program for Semiconductor Engineering||●||●||042-350-8584(F.8506)|
|Graduate Program for Software Engineering||●||02-3498-7575(F.7574)|
|Interdisciplinary Program for Information and Communications Engineering||●||●||042-350-8541(F.8506)|
|Interdisciplinary Program for Future Vehicles||●||●||042-350-8461(F.1250)|
|Semiconductor Engineering Program||●||●||042-350-8585(F.8580)|
|Mobile Software Program||●||042-350-8441-2(F.8440)|
|Department of Electrical Engineering||Doyoon Kim, Seong Beom Park, Byeongwoo Jwon, Yujin Yang,
Seong Ho Yeon, Jong Chan Woo, Seokjin Yun, Gi Chan Jang, Ahmed Doghri,
Yue Ren, SeYeob Kim, Young Gi Song, Ju Hyoung Lee, Donghyeon Han
|Department of Computer Science||Stuart P Burmeister, Yiru Jeon, Hyun Seung Kim, Seonbeom Kim,
Jung Un Park, Chae Hwan Song, Tuan Manh Lai
|Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering||Sungjong Hwang, Ho Hyeon Lee, Tae Hyun Kim, Daejun Lee, Ik Jae Shin, Seung Jae Shin|
|Department of Industrial Design||Young-Ho Lee, Sung-Ho Park, Heasung Yang, Youchei Sung|
|2014||Tae Kyung Yoo, CEO/LUMENS (Electrical Engineering, MS '85, Ph.D. '89)|
|Fall 2014||Prof. Kenichi Iga
(Former President of Tokyo Institute of Technology)
|A Jewel Box of Optoelectronics|
|Prof. Thomas Kailath
(Emeritus at Stanford Univ.)
|Displacement Structure of Matrices and their Applications|
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