Master in Electronic Engineering
Hanbat National University
Daejeon, South Korea
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In the Department of Electronics Engineering, based on a basic understanding of natural sciences and a fundamental understanding of signals and systems, not only traditional engineering fields such as communication, semiconductor, analog, and digital circuits, power electronics, measurement, and control engineering, but also next-generation display, smart grid and You can study in a variety of fields including new and renewable energy, signal processing, robotics, biomedical engineering, telematics, green energy, and computer vision. In addition, the Department of Electronics and Control Engineering has a DSP laboratory equipped with the latest equipment, a capstone design room, a com-use integrated circuit design room, an embedded system laboratory, control, and system room, and a remote control laboratory, and all lecture rooms are constructed as state-of-the-art classrooms. Students can listen to lectures in a rich and comfortable environment and conduct hands-on and research using the latest equipment.
Entering large and mid-sized companies in the fields of electronics, telecommunications, semiconductors, displays, telecommunications, electricity, automobiles, robots, and performing tasks related to electronics, telecommunications, electricity, measurement, and control, and automation will work as a high-end engineer in the industry. I can. In addition, the Institute of Electronic Components, Electronics, and Telecommunications Research Institute, Research Institute of Standards and Science, Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Mechanical Research Institute, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, etc. are actively advancing into national research institutes and growing as a researcher. After graduating from the undergraduate program, students can enter graduate school master's and doctoral programs, and full-time graduate students can benefit from school-level scholarships, research, and teaching assistants.