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TIMTABLE & SYLLABUS

2011 2nd Semester
Time/Date Mon. Tue. Wed.

Thu.

09:30 - 10:45

ITCE543/EECE596
RFIC design
Bumman Kim

ITCE600
Applications of IT Convergence
J. Won-Ki Hong

ITCE543/EECE596
RFIC design
Bumman Kim

ITCE600
Applications of IT Convergence
J. Won-Ki Hong

11:00 -12:15  

ITCE605/EECE607
Network and Service Management
Raouf Boutaba

 

ITCE605/EECE607
Network and Service Management
Raouf Boutaba

12:00-13:45

 

 

 

 
14:00- 15:15

ITCE544/EECE569
Analog Integrated Circuits
Hongjune Park

ITCE710C/EECE601
Dependable Computing
Jong Kim

ITCE740C
Nanostructured Materials
Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Hector E. Roman

ITCE544/EECE569
Analog Integrated Circuits
Hongjune Park

ITCE710C/EECE601
Dependable Computing
Jong Kim

ITCE760D/MOLS622O
Organismal Development and Aging
Seungjae Lee
(14:00 ~ 16:30)

ITCE740C
Nanostructured Materials
Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Hector E. Roman

15:30  16:45

ITCE540
Introduction to Nanotechnology
Meyya Meyyappan

ITCE710B/EECE700N
Convergence Using
Smart Phones & Devices

J. Won-Ki Hong

ITCE565/MOLS508
Advanced Developmental Biology
Seungjae Lee

ITCE540
Introduction to Nanotechnology
Meyya Meyyappan

ITCE710B/EECE700N
Convergence Using
Smart Phones & Devices

J. Won-Ki Hong

ITCE565/MOLS508
Advanced Developmental Biology
Seungjae Lee 

 

SYLLABUS

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ITCE600
Course Title

Applications of IT Convergence

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Tue. & Thu. (09:30 ~ 10:45)

Lecturer

Prof. J. Won-Ki Hong

Lecture Room RIST4406 Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
RIST 4, 4417 Tel.

279-2244

e-mail

jwkhong@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
- In this course, students will learn how to perform research to support their projects which were defined and specified in ITCE500 Introduction to IT Convergence Engineering.

- The project will culminate in a submission of a conference or journal paper submission.

- The course will provide a set of 4 soft skills lecture on scientific databases, scientific publishing, project management

Prerequisite and Compulsory
ITCE500 Introduction to IT Convergence Engineering

Grading
TBD

Class Materials
NONE

References
NONE

Course Schedule
- The students will meet with the professor in charge every week to present the progress of their project

- Lecturing time will be used for working at the project due
* on the first week of December 2011: in the form of a 10 page conference paper
* on the second week of December 2011: in the form of a group presentation


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ITCE543/EECE596
Course Title

RFIC Design

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Mon. & Wed. (9:30 ~ 10:45)

Lecturer

Prof. Bumman Kim

Lecture Room

LG102

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

bmkim@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
- The basic design skill of RFIC chip for wireless communication will be studied. It includes transceiver architecture and the key circuit elements of the transceiver. For the circuit elements, we will study passive component, LNA, Mixer, Oscillator and Phase Noise, and Frequency Synthesizer.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Semiconductor device, Electronic circuit

Grading
 
Mid-term 2 times 20%*2=40%. Final exam 20%, homework 20%, circuit design 20%

Class Materials
RF Microelectronics by Behzad Razavi, Prentice Hall & Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design by John Rogers and Calvin Plett, Artech House

References
- The Design of CMOS Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits by Thomas Lee, Cambridge University Press

Course Schedule
1. Introduction to RF and Wireless Technology, 2. Basic Concept in RF Design, 3.Transceiver Architecture, 4. Passive R L C components, 5. Low Noise Amplifier, 6. Mixer Design, 7. Oscillator Design and Phase Noise, 8. Frequency Synthesizer



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ITCE605/EECE607
Course Title

Network and Service Management

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Tue. & Thu. (11:00 ~ 12:15)

Lecturer

Prof. Raouf Boutaba

Lecture Room RIST4406 Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

rboutaba@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
- To learn fundamental concepts, models, architectures and protocols in network and service management; to explore some of the challenging issues in managing current and emerging telecommunication, Internet, and service infrastructures; to understand the importance of autonomics in network and service management.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Undergraduate level network and distributed systems course(s)

Grading
None

Class Materials
Presentation slides

References
Integrated Management of Networked Systems: Concepts, Architectures and Their Operational Application, by Heinz-Gerd Hegering, SebastianAbeck, Berhard Neumair, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers 1999, ISBN:9781558605718Network Management Fundamentals, by Alex Clemm, Cisco Press 2006, ISBN1587201372Automated Network Management Systems, by Douglas E Comer, Prentice Hall2006, ISBN 0132393085+ Selected survey articles on network and service management, autonomics, and selected research papers on automated network and service management (TBA)

Course Schedule
  Network management fundamentals- Basic concepts, architectures and models of network management- Taxonomy of management approaches- Management information models and protocols- Management functions Autonomic Networking- Concept and framework- Managing complexity- Self-* properties- Applied theories Network as a service- Concept and applications- Service-oriented architectures- Service metrics and quality assurance Service management- Service lifecycle management- SLA management and policy- Trust and security- Knowledge framework



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ITCE544/EECE569
Course Title

Analog Integrated Circuits

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Mon. & Wed. (14:00 ~ 15:15)

Lecturer

Prof. Hongjune Park

Lecture Room

LG102

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

hjpark@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
- Learn and practice how to design CMOS analog integrated circuits including bias circuits, OP amp and switched capacitor filter using hand analysis and SPICE simulation (Focused learning of CMOS analog circuits rather than extensive coverage, Emphasis on homeworks.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Electronic Circuits 1 & 2

Grading
Exams 50%(midterm 25%, Final 25%), Attendance5%, Hoemworks 45% (may be adjusted)

Class Materials
박홍준 ,  "CMOS 아날로그 집적회로 설계 2 차판 (,)",  시그마 프레스 ,  2010

References
B.Razavi,  "Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits",  McGraw-Hill, 2001

Course Schedule
- Week 1: Introduction, Quick review of MOS I-V characteristic, small    signal equivalent circuitWeek 2: Review of CS CG CD amp and cascode amp(Ch4),Week 3: Review of differential pair(Ch5),HW1: Differential pair with active loadWeek 4: Review of feedback and noise analysis (Ch6),Week 5: Review of frequency response and stability (Ch7)Week 6, 7: Ch 8 Current source and bias circuits, HW2: Current source designMidterm exam:Week 8, 9; Ch9 CMOS OP ampWeek 10; Quick review of Common mode feedback and fully differential OP amp (Ch10) HW3: OP amp design, Week 12, 14, 15, 16: Switched capacitor filter circuits, HW3 SCF



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ITCE710C/EECE601
Course Title

Dependable Computing

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Mon. & Wed. (14:00 ~ 15:15)

Lecturer

Prof. Jong Kim

Lecture Room

PIRL
222

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

jkim@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
Students will understand principle of Dependable System and learn design technique and analysis technique of the Dependable System. They will research cases applied to existing systems and they could research the Dependable Computing area through the basic investigation for the new method. Students are encouraged to participate in discussion on various research theme and research direction of the Dependable System.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Computer Architecture, Operating Systems, Computer Network courses

Grading
Homework : 10%  Midterm : 20%  Project : 40%  Final Exam : 30%

Class Materials
  - Selected Papers

References
  - Jalote, "Fault-Tolerance in Distributed Systems"  - Barry W Johnson, "Designand Analysis of Fault-Tolerant Systems"

Course Schedule
1 week : Introduction & Overview  2 week : Fundamental Definitions  3 week : Design Technique  4 week : "  5 week : Evaluation Technique  6 week : "  7 week : Case Studies  8 week : Distributed Systems and Fault-Tolerance  9 week : "  10 week: Checkpoints and Rollback  11 week: " 12 week: Fault-Tolerance Process Resiliency  13 week: Fault-Tolerance Data Resiliency 14 week: Research Paper Study  15 week: "  16 week: Final Exam & Project Presentation

 



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ITCE540
Course Title

Introduction to Nano Technology

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Mon. & Wed. (15:30 ~ 16:45)

Lecturer

Prof. Meyya Meyyappan

Lecture Room

RIST 4406

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

mmnano@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
The objective is to introduce the topic of nanotechnology:why nanomaterials are different from bulk materials, various materialssuch as carbon nanotubes, nanowires, nanoparticles and theirapplications in electronics, optoelectronics, sensors, composites,instrumentation, biomedical and other areas.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Any one of the following: Undergraduate degree in Engineering(chemical. Electrical, mechanical), material science, chemistry or physics.

Grading
Based on project assignment which can be laboratory researchdemonstration and/or literature based research project.

Class Materials
None. Lecture notes only

References
None.

Course Schedule



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ITCE740C
Course Title

Nanostructured Materials

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Tue. & Thu. (14:00 ~ 15:15)

Lecturer

Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti,
Prof. H. Eduardo Roman

Lecture Room

RIST 4406

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

279-4431

e-mail

g.cuniberti@tu-dresden.de

Objectives
After successful attendance the students will acquire the instruments to describe peculiar quantum phenomena in nanoscale systems. In particular they will be introduced to the basic mechanisms of charge migration at the nanoscale ranging from (bio)chemical charge transfer processes till transport phenomena through molecular to mesoscopic devices.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Basic knowledge of mathematics and theoretical physics, programming skills

Grading
30-40% for assignments;
50-60% for term project;
5-10% for class participation (attendance, questions and answers)

Class Materials
Slides, Assignment sheets, Literature

References
Introduction to Nanoscience, by Stuart Lindsay
Oxford University Press, USA; Pap/Cdr edition (December 20, 2009)
ISBN-10: 0199544212, ISBN-13: 978-0199544219  



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ITCE710B/EECE700N
Course Title

Convergence Using Smart Phones & Devices

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Tue, Thu (15:30 ~ 16:45)

Lecturer Prof. James Won-Ki Hong Lecture Room

RIST
4406

Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
RIST 4417 Tel.

279-2244

e-mail

jwkhong@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
This course introduces the latest technologies of smart phones and devices. How these are used and impacting at work, education, entertainment, leisure, etc. will be investigated and discussed. We will discuss what roles these devices can play in convergence engineering. The latest as well as the future convergence applications and services using smart phones and devices will be examined. Various research topics using smart phones and devices will be investigated. Students will also experience a term project on convergence and software application development using smart phones and devices.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Grading
- Assignments: 30%
- Projects: 60%
- Class Participation: 10%
Note: the above evaluation scheme may change slightly during the course.

Class Materials
There will be no textbook for this course. Lecture materials in Power point and research papers will be provided during the course.

References
- Google, Google TV, http://www.google.com/tv/.
- Rory Lewis, iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners, 1st edition, Apress, Berkely, CA, USA, ISBN 1430227001, 2010.
- Robert Hawkins, “Ten Global Trends in ICT and Education,” MIT Learning International Networks Consortium, May 2010, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, http://eprints.knust.edu.gh/332/1/hawkins.pdf.
- Hossein Falaki, Ratul Mahajan, Srikanth Kandula, Dimitrios Lymberopoulos, Ramesh Govindan, and Deborah Estrin, “Diversity in Smartphone Usage,” Proc. of the 8th International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services (MobiSys'10), San Francisco, USA, June 2010, pp. 179-194.
- Moo-Ryong Ra, et. al., “Energy-Delay Tradeoffs in Smartphone Applications,” Proc. of the 8th international conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services (Mobisys’10), San Francisco, USA, June 2010, pp. 255-270.
- Ching-Su Chang, et. al., “Development of a Ubiquitous Emergency Medical Service System Based on Zigbee and 3.5G Wireless Communication Technologies,” D. Zhang and M. Sonka (Eds.): ICMB 2010, LNCS 6165, pp. 201–208, 2010.
- Mohammad Iftekhar Husain and Ramalingam Sridhar, “iForensics: Forensic Analysis of Instant Messaging on Smart Phones,” S. Goel (Ed.): ICDF2C 2009, LNICST 31, pp. 9–18, 2010.
- Soraya Kouadri Mostefaoui, Zakaria Maamar, George M. Giaglis, Advances in Ubiquitous Computing: Future Paradigms and Directions, IGI Publishing; ISBN-10: 159904840X, 2008.
- Mokhtari Mounir, Ismail Khalil, Jérémy Bauchet, Daqing Zhan, Chris D. Nugent, Ambient Assistive Health and Wellness Management in the Heart of the City, The 7th International Conference on Smart Homes and Health Telematics (ICOST 2009), Springer, ISBN-10: 3642028675, 2009.



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ITCE565/MOLS508
Course Title

Advanced Developmental Biology

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Tue, Thu (15:30 ~ 16:45)

Lecturer

Prof. Seungjae Lee, Jin Kwan Han

Lecture Room Chem 409 Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

seungjaelee@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
The main objective of this course to understand cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying animal development. Lectures will colsely follow chapters as shown in the lecture schedule below. Students are encouraged to participate discussions on recent issues of various area of modern developmental biology.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Cell Biology

Grading
Exam 60%, Presentation 40%

Class Materials
Developmental Biology, Scott Gilbert

References
Recent Review articles will be given

Course Schedule
Week Topics to be discussed
1 Basic concept, Experimental embryology
2 Cell signaling and development
3 Early development in selected model organisms
4 Fertilization, Activation of development
5 Axis specification I: Drosophila
6 Axis specification II: Vertebrate
7 Ectoderm differentiation: neural development, neural crest, epidermis
8 Mesoderm differentiation: somites, kidney, heart
9 Endoderm differentiation: liver, pancreas
10 Limb development
11 Genetic errors of human development
12 Cancer as a disease of development
13 Stem Cells: Biology
14 Stem Cells: Applications

15 Regeneration


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ITCE760D/MOLS6220
Course Title

Organismal Development and Aging

No. of Credits

3-0-3

Dept.

IT Convergence Engineering

Lecture Time

Wed. (14:00 ~ 16:30)

Lecturer

Seungjae Lee, Jin Kwan Han

Lecture Room   Type of Course Elective
Office
Location
  Tel.

 

e-mail

seungjaelee@postech.ac.kr

Objectives
This course will review the latest trend in the fields of biological research on organismal development and aging. The topics include early embryonic development, late organogenesis in the Xenopus, aging processes in C. elegans, and the implications of these studies in human. This course expands an in-depth analysis of the current literature in developmental biology and molecular genetics of aging.

Prerequisite and Compulsory
Developmental Biology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

Grading
70% presentation, 30% attendance.  

Course Schedule