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Information Technology

The College of Information Technology is playing a leadership role in shaping the electrical and computer engineering education and research by providing a state-of-the-art education with an integrated core curriculum, hands-on and computer-intense laboratories, development of communications and leadership skills, teamwork and practical experience.
The College comprises of 5 department in the Division of Electric & Electronic Engineering and the Division of Computer Science & Engineering as follows:

* Division of Electric & Electronic Engineering
   - Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
   - Department of Electronics Engineering
   - Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering
* Division of Computer Science & Engineering
   - Department of Computer and Communications Engineering
   - Department of Computer Science

Currently, the college of IT has 47 faculty members and about 1,200 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students enrolled in programs leading to the degrees: Bachelor of Science(B.S.), Master of Science(M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).

    Division of Electric & Electronic Engineering

  • Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
    • Electrical and electronics program provides the fundamentals and technology about the key subject in industrial and information society such as electric energy transformation, digital & analog systems, communication system, automation & intelligent system and signal processing. Our students can have the best ability to apply to a variety of field through the well rounded curriculum of hardware and software.

      Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Kim Nam-Ho, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Single Phase Induction Motor
      nhk@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Chong-Yeun, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Kyungbuk National University)
      Signal Processing and Communication
      cypark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Chan Won, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea University)
      Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
      cwpark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim Hoon, Professor, Ph.D
      (Seoul National University)
      lIluminating Engineering, Electrical Installations
      hoonkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Chul-Heui, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Signal Processing and Control
      chlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Kwang-Ho, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Power Electronics, Signal Processing, Digital System
      khokim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Sang-Hoon, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Power Electronics, Motor Control
      kshoon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hwang, Hee-Yong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Sogang University)
      Antenna, Microwave & millilimterwave
      hyhwang@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hwang In-Chul, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea University )
      RFIC, Analog IC design, Integrated circuits
      ihwang@kangwon.ac.kr

  • Department of Electronics Engineering

    Description


    The department’s overarching objective is to lead in the development of intellectual and human resources in electronics engineering and to provide high quality education for essential technologies in the fields of electronics such as digital signal processing, communication systems, semiconductor, digital & analog systems and hardware & software for embedded systems. We provide well-organized education programs which cover theoretical and practical subjects required in the electronics industry. Through the education programs, the department produces graduates who are well-prepared to play leadership roles in the profession.


    Career after graduation 

    The graduates enter industries related to electronics and information technology. Representative corporations where the graduates begin their careers include Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, KT, SK Telecom, SK Hynix, IT venture companies, research institutes and so on.

    • Department of Electronics Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Lee, Sang-Hee, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Nancy University, France)
      Speech Signal Processing, Neural Networks
      slee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Kyung, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Numerical Analysis of Electronic Machines, Microwave
      kyunchoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Eom, Jin-Seob, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Texas A&M University, USA)
      Optical Fiber Communication, Optical Measurements
      jeom@kangwon.ac.kr
      Chung, Ik-Joo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Digital Signal Processing Theory, Speech&Image Signal Processing
      ijchung@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Jeong Beom, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Pohang University of Science & Technology)
      VLSI Design, CAD
      kimjb@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Seung-Joon, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Wireless Communications
      s.j.lee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Cho, Hyun-chong, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Florida, USA)
      Image processing
      hyuncho@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kwon, Kuduck, Assistant Professor, Ph. D.
      (KAIST)
      RF/analog integrated circuits and RF system design for wireless communications
      kdkwon@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Electronic and Communication
    • The Program of Electronic and Communication Engineering is dedicated to the education of high quality engineers in the fields of new generation communication technology; digital system design; digital signal and image processing; control automation & intelligence; mobile communication; networking; internet application; multimedia communication; ubiquitous sensor network; medical electronic and medical image technology; and embedded software. We focus on development of engineering capabilities through theoretical and practical education that enable the technology innovation in the field of electronic, communication and computer engineering.
      [Career development]
      The graduates begin their careers in electronic and communication corporation like KT, SKT, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, ETRI, venture business, research laboratory, government employees, patent attorney and so on. Being an economy leading industry in Korea, the demand of engineers is expected to increase continuously in domestic as well as overseas industry.

      Department of Electronic and Communication
      Name Subject, Email
      Kim Gi-Taek, Professor, Ph.D
      (Seoul National University)
      Power Electronics, Signal Processing, Digital System
      gikim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim Il-Hwan, Professor, Ph.D
      (Tohoku University)
      Robotics, Mechatronics, Control System
      ihkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Nam, Boo Hee, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Iowa State University)
      Image Processing, Automatic Control
      boonam@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Hong Seong, Professor, Ph.D
      (Seoul National University)
      Real-Time Communication, Mobile Communication, Performance Analysis of Comm. Networks, ROBOT Middleware
      hspark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Jung Moon, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Intelligent System, Image Processing
      jmlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jang, Tae-Jeong, Professor, Ph.D
      (Seoul National University)
      Control Theory and Application, Computer Control, Neural Network
      jangtj@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Myoung Hwan, Professor, Ph.D
      (Seoul National University)
      Robotics, Medical Imaging
      mhchoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Yang-Ho, Professor, Ph.D
      (KAIST)
      Wireless/Mobile Communications, Array Signal Processing
      yhochoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Dong Hoi, Associate Professor, Ph.D
      (Korea University)
      Mobile Communication , Wireless Communication
      donghk@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, Seung-young, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea University)
      Mobile Communication, Wireless Communication
      s.young.park@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Division of Computer Science & Engineering

  • Department of Computer and Communications Engineering
    • Department of Computer and Communications Engineering
      Name Subject, Email
      Seo, Ju-Ha, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Nantes University, France)
      Multimedia Communications, Computer Networks.
      jhseo@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Hwa-Jong, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Data Communications, Computer Networks
      hjkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kwon, Ho-Yeol, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Digital Communications, Mobile Networks.
      hykwon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Hwang-Kyu, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Database Systems, Multimedia Systems.
      hkchoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Whang, Whan-Kyu, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Florida University, U.S.A)
      DBMS, Multimedia Data Processing
      wkwhang@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Young-Seok, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Operating Systems, Real Time Systems.
      yskim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jeong, Choong-Kyo, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Communication Protocol, Performance Analysis of Communication Networks
      ckjeong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Goo-Yeon, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Computer Network, ATM Switch Structure, BISDN
      leegyeon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Heon-Guil, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Distribute Process, Information Security
      hglee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Ha, Jin-Young, Professor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Pattern Recognition, HCI
      jyha@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Man-Bae, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Washington University, U.S.A)
      Visual Data Processing, Visual Communication, Computer Vision
      manbae@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Chang-Yeol,Professor, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University)
      Computer Architecture, Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
      cychoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jung, Inbum, Progessor, Ph.D.
      (KAIST)
      Parallel Processing, Embedded Systems
      ibjung@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Yoon, Assiociate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea University)
      Digital Image Processing, Multimedia Communication
      yooni@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Hark-Soo,Assiociate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Sogang University)
      Digital Image Processing, Multimedia Communication
      nlpdrkim@kangwon.ac.kr
  • Department of Computer Science
    • The main purpose of our department is to provide the well-trained and highly-qualified students leading the modern IT era. this end, we study the core technologies essential for developing many software applications. We also educate diverse subjects required to understand computers and information technologies. Representative subjects for freshmen and sophomores include basic mathematical courses, programming languages, data structures, computer logics, web programming, data communication, and software engineering; and those for junior senior students include operating systems, algorithms, computer architectures, database, computer networks, graphics, and artificial intelligence.

      Department of Computer Science
      Name Subject, Email
      Roh, Hi-Young, Professor, Diploma
      (Dortmund University, Germany)
      Compiler
      rohhy@kangwon.ac.kr
      Rhee, Sang-Min, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Kyungbook National University)
      Computer Architecture
      smrhee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Jin-Ho, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology)
      Datebase
      jhkim@kangwon.ac.kr
      Chung.Young-Jun, Professor, Ph.D.
      (University of Kansas, U.S.A)
      Computer Communication and Networks
      ychung@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Hyung-jin, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
      Artificial Intelligence
      choihj@kangwon.ac.kr
      Moon, Yang-Sae, Associate Professor, Ph.D.
      (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology)
      Datebase and Data Mining
      ysmoon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Mi-Jung, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
      (Pohang University of Science and Technology)
      Network and Service Management
      mjchoi@kangwon.ac.kr