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EWHA WOMANS UNIVERSITY

Academics

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Location

Asan Engineering Building Room #432

Tel

82-2-3277-2391

Email

ewhaelec@ewha.ac.kr

Fax

82-2-3277-3494

Electronic and electrical engineering focuses on the development of key hardware and software technologies for the information society in the 21st century. This area of study also focuses on the technologies related with generation, processing, exchange, transmission and execution of various information and data in the form of audio and video signals, multimedia, biomedical, and other form of signals. Hardware and software required for such activities are studied. The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering provides intensive education in the fields of network and communication systems, image and signal processing, semiconductor devices and circuit design, bioelectronics, and smart grid to foster key female engineering professionals in the future information society.

History
History

1994

Founded as Electronics Major in the College of Natural Science

1996

The College of Engineering founded. Department transferred to the College of Engineering

1998

Established the Master's Degree Program

2000

Established the Ph.D. Program

2000

Department name changed to Information Electronics Engineering

2008

Department name changed to Electronics Engineering

2013

Seperated as the department of Electronics Engineering

2017

Department name changed to Electronic and Electrical Engineering

The Aim of Education

The aim of our education programs is to raise world-class professional female engineers who lead the next generation of information and communication society. The educational objectives are as follows :

  • to develop basic and specialized knowledge in the next generation of the field of electronicns engineering.
  • to promote creative problem-solving skills and design ability
  • to foster cooperative experts through teamwork
  • to develop sociality and morality as an expert
  • to nurture global-trotting engineers
Special Features
  • Affiliated Organizations
    • - Center for Convergence in Emerging Electronic Technology, Wireles s Multimedia Communication Laboratory, Image Processing Laboratory, Digit al Signal Processing Laboratory, Semiconductor Device Laboratory, SoC Design Laboratory, Analog Circuits & Systems Laboratory, Bioelectronic Systems Laboratory, Neuroelectronics Engineering Laboratory, Micro and Nano Systems Laboratory, Information Coding and Processing Laboratory
  • Department Ranking and Employment Rate
    • - Awarded ‘High’ grade in JoongAng Daily’s 2014 University Assessment (electronic engineering department in the science and engineering sector) along with seven other universities including Seoul National University.
    • - Ranked third place in the employment rate category among 38 universities (department of electronic engineering sector).
  • Mentoring Opportunities
    • - Opportunity to join mentoring programs organized and managed by the department. Guidance and consultations related to study, career paths, and college life will be provided by seniors and graduate students.
  • Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
    • - Opportunity to join research laboratories during summer and winter break as undergraduate intern and enjoy the real-world research experience
  • LGenius R&D Scholarship Program
    • - Selected students for the LGenius R&D Scholarship will be hired at LG Display R&D. Scholarship of 10 million won is awarded to those students as well as an opportunity to start a Master's degree program.
Careers and Graduate School Destination

Electronics and automobile companies (Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, SDI, LG Display, SK Hynix, Hyundai Motors), information and communication service providers (SKT, KT, LG U+, NHN), government-funded research institutes (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Agency for Defense Development), research centers operated by foreign corporations, and multimedia and ICT start-up companies, graduate schools (both in Korea and abroad), public officers, patent attorneys, or journalists.