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Department of Electric Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering fosters
professional technical talents related to electrical engineering

Overview

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The Department of Electrical Engineering, which creates better electrical and power technology for people and nature, was reborn as a department under the College of IT Engineering in 2010 to produce excellent synergies in the growth of technology, industry, and students.

Electrical energy is the heart of all forms of energy. Most natural energies, such as fossil fuels, hydropower, nuclear energy, wind power, solar energy, and tidal power, are converted into electrical energy, which is then converted into other types of energy, such as light, heat, and driving power, adding convenience in life.

Electrical engineering is an academic discipline that studies methods of converting and controlling electrical energy into other forms of energy and studies the generation, transport, and effective utilization of electricity. The academic fields of electrical engineering include renewable energy fields, such as photovoltaics and wind power generation, robotics, electric vehicles, KTX, magnetic levitation trains, energy storage by superconductivity, power line communication, and the development of new electrical materials.

The Department of Electrical Engineering operates curriculums for the power IT field, which integrated power generation and power transmission and distribution with IT, renewable energy field, such as photovoltaics, wind power generation, and fuel cells, discharge/high-voltage field, which studies discharges, electrostatic phenomenon, and high electric field by high-voltage, motor control field for high-speed trains, factory automation, robots, etc., bio-electromagnetism application field, such as magnetic stimulators and MRI, design and development field of high efficiency, ultra-small electronic and electrical devices, microsensor field that studies various semiconductor sensors and microprocessor systems, and system control field for effective control of power systems.

Many of the graduates of the Department of Electrical Engineering are involved in research, design, and production work at public organizations such as the Korea Electric Power Corporation, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, Korea Land & Housing Corporation, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, and metro rail corporations, and various companies related to heavy industry, electric power business, electrical automation, electronics & electricals, semiconductors, computers, construction, electrical equipment, and manufacturing.