Lecture

Prof. Park is teaching the following courses:

Undergraduate course

MST 3460     Fundamentals of Surfaces and Interfaces (계면및표면특성)

This course begins with reviewing the definitions of surfaces and interfaces. Next, we will study various types of interfaces and their chemical and physical properties. The measurement technology of the properties will be studied in detail. Finally, the increasing needs of interfacial engineering - controlling interface structure and properties - for new devices, advanced engineering systems, engineered materials will be discussed.

MST 3470     Mechanics of Materials (재료역학)

This coursework provides the fundamental understandings of the mechanical properties of materials based on solid mechanics. You will learn the basic concepts of force, displacement, stress and strain. Based on these concepts, you will study the elastic and plastic behaviors of materials due to the stresses and the effects of defects in materials such as pores and dislocations on the behaviors in various materials.

MST 3320     Design for Research (탐구설계)

In the class the small member (around 3 students) will do design the target topics and do some experimental work. Finally, the results will be presented at the end of the class for all engineering students. The topic will be chosen based on the student`s interest and then the preferred professor will be chosen. Under the supervisor`s instruction, all the schedule will be carried out.

MST 4310     Creative Capstone Design of Materials (창의종합설계)

In the class the small member (around 3 students) will do design the target topics and do some experimental work. Finally, the results will be presented at the end of the class for all engineering students. The topic will be chosen based on the student`s interest and then the preferred professor will be chosen. Under the supervisor`s instruction, all the schedule will be carried out.

MST 4320     Graduate Thesis (졸업논문)

This lecture will cover the main topics for writing a good graduate thesis based on individual research data supervised by the undergraduate thesis advisor and also the presentation techniques of research data. Academic achievement will be evaluated on the basis of mid-term presentation (10 %), final presentation (20 %), and final graduate thesis (70 %).

 

 

Graduate course

MSE 6320     Science and Technology of Joining (접합공학)

In this course, various joining technology, one of the oldest materials processing technologies in human history, and their important applications in modern manufacturing processes will be introduced. Fundamental physics on bond formation at the interface, heat transfer, thermodynamics in joining process will be reviewed related with their effects on the mechanical, electrical, and optical properties of joined systems.

MSE 8130     Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer (열및물질전달)

In this course, we will study the fundamentals of the principles of mathematical and physical modeling of transport phenomena in materials processings. The principles include continuum equation, equation of momentum, equation of energy, equation of mass, etc., as building blocks of mathematical models of complex processes. Use of similarity criteria, order of magnitude scaling, and dimensional analysis will be also introduced.

MSE 8240    Diffusion in materials

 

MSE 8180     Materials Science and Engineering

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