Lecture


Graduate

  • Advanced Semiconductor Physics and Devices (Spring): In this ASPD lectures, graduate students will learn a deeper knowledge about semiconductor physics and devices, such as PN-junction diodes, BJTs, FETs, and so on. Since Prof. Sungsik LEE is a world-wide recognized expert in the semiconductor research field, this lecture will give students a special opportunity to have a very professional content and the world-class teaching from him.
  • Semiconductor Process (Fall): In the SP lectures, graduate students will learn a deeper knowledge about semiconductor process technologies, such as lithography, diffusion, implantation, deposition, oxidation, metalization, etching, etc. Besides, the connection between the process and layout would be covered regarding design of devices and circuits, and scaling-down for Moore’s law.

Undergraduate

  • Electromagnetics 1 (Spring): In the EM-1 lectures, while learning about why we need a vector analysis and where we apply it to, E-field and M-field in a static condition (i.e. conservative) is to be studied along with Gauss’s law and Ampere’s law. Since electric (E) and magnetic (M) fields are a vector quantity, respectively, we need a vector analysis to formulate them efficiently and mathematically, for example, divergence, gradient, curl, and so on. Eventually, Maxwell’s equations for static fields are deduced and derived.
  • Electromagnetics 2 (temporarily stopped): In the EM-2 lectures, we are now moving onto studies on Time-variant Maxwell’s equations which are more general forms than static versions learned in lectures of EM-1. This would make an interesting outcome where E-field can get a curl and non-conservative fields can be generated whereas EM1 was a static condition where almost every fields are conservative. Based on these, we will also learn about Transmission line theory and plane waves.
  • Semiconductor Engineering (Fall): In the SE lectures, students will learn semiconductor physics and electronic devices, such as PN-junction diodes, BJTs, FETs, and so on. Since Prof. Sungsik LEE is a world-wide recognized expert in the semiconductor research field, this lecture will give students a special opportunity to have a very professional content and the world-class teaching from him.
  • Display Engineering (temporarily stopped): In the DE lectures, students will learn thin film transistors (TFTs) in terms of device physics since the TFT is a fundamental component for display backplanes. Since Prof. Sungsik LEE is a world-wide recognized expert in the semiconductor research field including TFTs, this lecture will give students a special opportunity to have a very professional content and the world-class teaching from him.
  • Final Year Project (졸업과제): In the final year project, 4th year students will learn AI semiconductors and related device physics using the SILVACO-based T-CAD semiconductor simulation in conjunction with a neural network, e.g. CNN, along with the Python programming.

Online Lecture

  • For some emergent situations (e.g. COVID-19), we use the PNU’s online platform called the PLATO:

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