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WCU Chemical Convergence for Energy and the Environment Major
The World Class University (WCU) is a project of the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology. Distinguished foreign scholars who have conducted important research are invited to Korea to teach and to revitalize research in order to encourage new growth toward future development. The OECD ranks Korea ninth worldwide in greenhouse gas (carbon dioxide) emissions and first in the rate at which emissions are increasing. In addition to pressures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beginning in 2013, the country is required to invest up to 2 trillion won over the next five years to reduce these gas emissions. The government has presented the new national vision of low-carbon green development, promoting it as an engine of the next generation of growth.
Chemical Convergence for Energy and the Environment (C2E2) Major Coursework in this major emphasizes the following points.
- Lectures and research on low-carbon green growth
- Nanomaterial production based on chemical fusion using composite processes for energy/environmental applications
- Development of environmentally friendly renewable energy sources, such as solar, fuel cell. and secondary batteries
- Development of technology for safety evaluation and control, highly sensitive environmental sensors, environment nanocatalysts, and nanomaterials
Graduate School Subjects in C2E2
|Second Semester Course||2009||2010||2011||First Semester Courses||2009||2010||2011|
|Solid High Molecular Weight Physics||○||○||○||Solid Physical Chemistry||○||○||○|
|Introduction to Surface Chemistry||○||○||○||Introduction to Energy and Environmental Chemistry Fusion||○||○||○|
|Organic Nanomaterial Synthesis||○||○||○||Functional Inorganic Nanomaterials||○||○||○|
|Nanomaterial Analysis||○||○||○||Functional High Molecular Weight Nanomaterials||○||○||○|
|Electrochemical Engineering||○||○||○||Energy Storage Materials and Systems||○||○||○|
|Environmental Processing Engineering (Yoon, Jae Yong)||○||○||○||Advanced Environmental Chemistry (Lee, Jong Hyup)||○||○||○|
|Energy and Environmental Chemistry Fusion, Lecture 2||○||○||Energy and Environmental Chemistry Fusion, Lecture 1||○||○||○|
|Magnetic Assembly Materials, Characteristics and Assessment||○||○|
|Energy and Environmental Chemistry Fusion and Structure||○|
|Energy and Environmental Chemistry Fusion Seminar||○||○|
|Energy Storage and Conversion and Nanocomposite Materials||○||○||○|
|High Molecular Weight Compounds Lecture||○||○||○|