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Freshman Design (Creative Engineering Designing Experiment)

  • Official Homepage of Creative Engineering Designing Experiment : http://rollie.knu.ac.kr
    - Introduction of Designing Experiment, laboratory, survey results, photo data
  • Building creative power, team spirit and technological mind towards 1st year students
  • Designing and producing creative robot that is suitable for given task, while working as a pair
  • Competition at the end of each semester (with 300 1st year all participating per semester, competition taking place at Room 101, Building 5 at School of Engineering)
  • Heightening of Students’ Desire to Participate with link to International Competitions: Competition for Creative Robots -> KBS Robocon Competition -> International Robocon Competition
  • Operation of Showcases and Exhibitions: Invention Hall at Courtyard of Building 5
  • Live Internet Broadcast of Competitions at http://onair.knu.ac.kr

Lab-based Design for 2nd and 3rd Year Students

This course directly deals with operational principle of the computer, which is considered as the fruitful result of electrical engineering. These days, everything’s being mentioned along the term, ‘digital age’ and, when observed its inside, the microprocessor is at the heart of it all. This class enables the students to directly confirm the operational principle of microprocessor through experimental equipments, while running each function using various programs and describing program methods that utilize the microprocessor. Finally, each student will have the opportunity to create the equipment of their own using the processor.

Graduation Project : Capstone Design

All students seeking to obtain the acknowledgement of engineering education must complete graduation project 1 and 2 for a period of 1 year during their senior year of classes. This is required in order to raise technical abilities and designing skills for students enrolled in our electrical engineering program. Each student will have a chance to review project proposals by adjunct professors from both school and industry before applying for applicable project, with the professor in charge forming the team with student applicants and carrying out the actual working project for a period of one year. Results of the projects will be presented during SEEK Square, a student work showcase taking place in either late November or early December, with numerous general audiences and industry professionals attending the event, while the best among the entries will be awarded for its outstanding achievement. Graduation working project was newly created during the 1st semester of 2005. Currently, 3rd and 4th year students of this university can apply to the proposal presented by their professor in charge. The professor, in return, will select 4-5 students to form a group and carry out the project. At this time, graduation working project is being offered only to those applying for the course. In 2005, 31 teams were created to carry out graduation working project with NURI Business Group within our School providing up to 600 million won (per year) for material cost and resulting projects being submitted at SEEK Square for exhibition.

Project Content
3rd and 4th year students will perform suggested tasks from the research lab at the graduate school and participating industries for the duration of two semesters, with the results being exhibited during SEEK Square, an exhibition of works from School of Electricity.Electrons.Computer Science at Kyungpook National University that takes place at the end of 2nd semester
Industry CEOs and managing researchers are appointed as adjunct professors to heighten and promote learning desires by providing the opportunity to obtain professional technology, chance to creative business enterprise and connecting theory and practical experiences
Total of 93 million won (approx. 90,000 USD) worth of assistance is provided for 22 cases of graduation projects in curriculum development and instruction materials for training purposes
Major Achievements
1st project was launched during the 1st semester of 2005, attracting 137 students in 31 tasks and 10 industry-professional adjunct professors were appointed for the course
Developed 22 class teaching materials for this graduate project of practical training
Current status of tasks and participating companies for projects conducted during 1st semester of 2005

Per Order-based Curriculum from the Industry (Samsung Track, Mando Track)

This curriculum will apply the necessary demands from the industry to class courses and provide prospective students who complete the task to the industry for incubation and employment of suitable individuals to companies.
Business Content
This per order-based curriculum was first to be installed nationwide at Kyungpook National University, with the participation from Mando, Inc.: 10 candidates from 3rd year class were selected during the 1st semester, who have completed 85 or more regular credit hours from our school. Candidates must complete 30 or more credit hours from the courses created directly by Mando, Inc. Each qualifying candidate (3rd and 4th year students maintaining B+ grades) will be provided with the tuition and monthly allowance of 500,000 won, along with guaranteed employment upon graduation.
New installment of per-order based curriculum with Samsung Electronics, Inc.: 20 candidates will be selected during the 1st semester of 3rd year. Each candidate must complete courses recommended by Samsung Electronics with 3 detailed tracks in mind (electrical engineering, IT engineering and computer engineering.) Each qualified student will receive annual scholarship ranging between 10 million won to 20 million won, along with guaranteed employment upon graduation
New installment of Mando Working Project: Two researchers in charge at Mando, Inc. are appointed as adjunct professors, offering students to obtain the knowledge demanded by the industry
Agreement for new industry-academic cooperation with LG Electronics, Inc. was made to newly create courses related to DTV/PDP
Major Achievements
10 candidates were selected in each of 2004 and 2005 Mando Track programs
20 candidates and 15 candidates were selected in 2004 and 2005 Samsung Track programs, respectively
Scholarships in the amount of 61.15 million won were given to 1st edition candidates of Mando Track program
Scholarships in the amount of 38.54 million won were given to 2nd edition candidates of Mando Track program
Scholarships in the amount of 80 million won were given to 1st edition candidates of Samsung Track program
Scholarships in the amount of 22.5 million won were given to 2nd edition candidates of Samsung Track program
A new research laboratory on DTV exclusively for LG Electronics use, along with applicable courses was created. LG Electronics has donated 10 LG PDP HDTV. DTV laboratory was established. A new course on experiments in designing of digital system was created, with lectures by the CEO and officials from LG Electronics, Inc.


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