# Lecture

Engineering Mathematics (공학수학)

Undergraduate course, 2023 Fall

The course covers elementary knowledge of mathematics commonly used in engineering sciences. The subjects include ordinary differential equations (ODEs), linear algebra, and vector calculus. If time permits, Fourier analysis and/or partial differential equations (PDEs) shall also be covered. These topics form essential basis for describing and interpreting natural physical processes, including but not limited to solid and fluid motions, heat transfer, and chemical reactions.

Engineering Mathematics Practicals (공학수학연습)

Undergraduate course, 2023 Fall

Engineering Mathematics Practicals is a sister course of Engineering Mathematics, where students practice solving mathematical engineering problems based on the basic mathematical skills and knowledge acquired in Engineering Mathematics.

Electrochemistry for Environmental Engineering (전기화학환경공학)

Graduate course, 2023 Fall

This course covers examples of how electrochemistry is applied in environmental engineering. The students will first learn the basic principles of electrochemistry, followed by discussions on various electrochemical environmental engineering technologies, including electro-oxidation, microbial fuel cells, electrodialysis, and electrochemical separation processes.

Water Pollution (수질오염학)

Undergraduate course, 2023 Spring

This lecture covers basic knowledge about physical, chemical, and biological reactions occurring in the aquatic environment, the causes of water pollution, and their effects on the ecosystem. In addition, students will understand the principles of analyzing various indicators of water pollution and cultivate basic abilities to establish measures for water pollution management and water environment protection.

Separation Processes for Environmental Engineering (환경공학분리공정)

graduate course, 2023 Spring

This course provides the principles and applications of separation processes for environmental engineering including as air, soil, water, and waste treatments. In the first half, fundamentals of thermodynamics will be covered. The second half of the lecture covers various separation technologies, such as distillation, extraction, absorption, adsorption, ion exchange, and membrane separation, and how these technologies are used in actual environmental applications.