Taking responsibility for the infrastructure of an information-oriented society, the Department of Computer Engineering pursues human-centered thinking and provides education and research for computer-related studies and technologies, which are in turn applied to actual life.
The Department of Information Industry (electronic computer major) was established in 1991, and the Department of Electronic Computer was newly founded in 1994. The name of the department was changed to computer engineering in 2002, and research and teaching are carried out by 13 full-time professors.
The purpose is to efficiently use computers and information resources, which are the core of the advanced information industry, to conduct profound academic research and to foster skills that fulfill social needs. The goals of this department are to allow students to acquire professional knowledge in relation to computer hardware and software, foster creative leaders in the field of computer engineering that can lead the future IT industry, and cultivate advanced personnel that can work in various fields related with computer systems, such as the operation, maintenance and management of computer systems.
Education and Research Area
- Smart service/ IT convergence
App development, smart service, cloud computing, voice recognition/natural language processing, web database system, calculation intelligence, artificial intelligence
- Applied software
Software engineering, algorithm, information engineering methods, mobile uncertainty information theory, digital forensic, password theory and information security, object-oriented language
Object-oriented database, multimedia database, dispersed database, data ware housing & mining
- Data communications
Data communications, dispersed computing, computer network/design, ubiquitous computing, telecommunications, mobile programming
Multimedia information system, computer graphics, 3D game engine development, visual programming, contents development, pattern recognition, web system
- Information economy and policy
Info-technology management, information management theory, SW business management
- System software
Dispersed operation system, operation system, compiler composition, programming language, formal language, fuzzy system
- Computer system structure
Microprocessor application, parallel processing, computer structure, embedded system
Applications and Related Industrial Area
- Smart service S/W, IT convergence S/W, wearable computing, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data analysis/forecasting
- Fields related with applied software and system software, ERP, e-commerce, cyber education company, information consulting
- Database company, web-related design/programming, multimedia contents, internet broadcasting system, XML
- Info-communications, wired/wireless communications, wireless game, wireless contents management, remote management system, ubiquitous
- Game, image animation, 3D, e-publishing, graphic work, various recognitions (image, fingerprint, voice, surveillance)
- Mid·large-sized computer system management, data center, E-Business, security firm, virus, MS, UNIX, Linux
- Microprocessor production, computer-related memory · non-memory production fields, robotics
Feature of Department and Development Prospect
This department researches and provides education on the infrastructure and processing of all matters that originate from high-tech IT devices represented by an information-oriented smart digital society. This department pursues human-centered thinking and supports smart communication between computers and humans. Upon graduation, students may advance in all fields and professions, such as graduate schools, various research centers, professor, elementary/middle/high school teacher, various government and public organizations, large/mid-sized/small companies, finance industry, airline industry, transport industry, computer-related companies, electronic/info-communication companies, internet-related companies, computer graphics companies, wired/wireless communications, robotics, home electronics companies, game companies and e-publishers. Graduates are increasingly expanding their domains to have key roles in an information-oriented society.