新材料系统工学专业


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新材料系统工学专业

院系介绍

高分子工程学是研究高分子材料的工程学理论和实际的学科。本专业开设了高分子化学、高分子物理、有机化学、有机工业化学等基础课程,高分子材料、高分子加工、高分子机器分析等应用课程,及有机合成实验、高分子合成实验、高分子材料实验等实验实习课程,学生在这些课程的基础上学习院系基础理论和实际。同时通过现场参观学习和实习,培养现场实务能力,学生毕业后可直接到企业现场或研究所等地工作。

教授介绍

金亨重
Professor
Major in Polymer Science & Engineering
Polymer Materials, Structure-Property Relationships: Orientation and Fatigue Behavior under Stress, Modification of Polymers: Nano-fibers (via. Electro-spinning), Fabrication of Polymer Particles, Functional Polymers: Adhesives and Coatings, Water Dispersion PUs, Nano-composite Polymers: Polymer-Inorganic Composites, Process and Material Development of Conservation Agents for Weathered Stones
+82-41-821-9393
hyungjk@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/polynew/p-khj/html/main.php
方文殊
Professor
Polymer synthesis
+82-41-521-9394
msbang@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/polynew/p-bms/html/main.php
金淵喆
Associate Professor
Polymer Processing and Properties
+82-41-521-9395
younkim@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/polynew/p-yck/html/main.php
孫英坤
Assistant Professor
Melt instabilities in extrusion process, Polymer blends, Injection molding technology
+82-41-821-9396
sonug@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/polynew/p-syg/html/main.php
林珍亨
Associate Professor
High Performance Polymer Design and Synthesis, Preparation of Nano Structuring Orgnic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials, Preparation of Nanoporous Thin Film, Novel Polymeric Materials for Electronic, Display, and Energy Applications, Characterizations of Nano Structuring Thin Film
+82-41-850-8683
jhyim@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/poly_new/p-jhy/html/main.php
趙國泳
Assistant Professor
Energy, Environmental, and Electronic materials
+82-41-521-9398
kycho@kongju.ac.kr
http://ame.kongju.ac.kr/polynew/p-kyc/html/main.php


教科课程

Spring Semester

Calculus and Exercise (3 Credits)
General Chemistry Ⅰ (2 Credits)
General Chemistry Ⅰ (1 Credit)
General Physics and Lab Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Introduction of Computer Engineering (3 Credits)
Physical Chemistry Ⅰ (3 Credits)
This is a basic course for the student-majors of Polymer Engineering. This course is intended to understand the application of physics to the phenomena in chemical systems. Physical chemistry I focus on Equilibrium and Thermodynamics
Organic Chemistry Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Polymer Chemistry Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Polymer Physics (3 Credits)
Polymer Processing (3 Credits)
Polymer Materials (3 Credits)
Structure and Properties of Polymers (3 Credits)
Project design and practice Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Introduction to Engineering Materials Design (3 Credits)
Industrial Organic Chemistry I (3 Credits)
Applied Computer Analysis (3 Credits)
Literature and Patents Surveys (3 Credits)
This course is intended to develop understanding of Intellectual property especially, patents. Through the class activities, all the attendees will undergo creative thinking and Idea generation, patent surveys, presentation of prior technologies, and patent writing.
Polymer Synthesis (3 Credits)
Functional Polymers (3 Credits)
Instrumental Analysis and Lab of Polymers (3 Credits)

Fall Semester

Engineering Mathematics Ⅰ (3 Credits)
General Chemistry Ⅱ (2 Credits)
General Chemistry Ⅱ (1 Credit)
General Physics and Lab Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Physical Chemistry Ⅱ (3 Credits)
This is a basic course for the students-majors of Polymer Engineering. This course is intended to understand the application of physics to the phenomena in chemical systems. Physical chemistry II focus on kinetics of the reaction.
Organic Chemistry Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Polymer Chemistry Ⅰ (3 Credits)
Polymer Materials Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Project design and practice Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Industrial Organic Chemistry Ⅱ (3 Credits)
Polymer Thermodynamics (3 Credits)
Instrumental Analysis (3 Credits)
Lab of Polymer Materials (3 Credits)
Synthesis and Lab of Polymers (3 Credits)
Application and Design of Polymeric Materials (3 Credits)
Natural and Bio Polymers (3 Credits)
This course is intended to develop the understanding of polymer materials to biomedical applications. Also bio-polymers which originate from biomass is deeply discussed. This will provide basic information to those interested in the field of the polymers for cosmetics, biomedical application, and biodegradable plastics.
Rubbers and Polymer Fibers (3 Credits)
Polymer Reaction Engineering (3 Credits)
High Performance Polymers and Polymer Composites (3 Credits)
Organic Materials for Electronics (3 Credits)
Polymeric Nano Materials (3 Credits)