Greetings

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Welcome to the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

Recent developments in the world of science and technology has brought about vast changes inhow we live. Smartphones have been at the center of these changes. We carry our smartphones as an integral part of our body, panicking if we don’t have it in sight. We do practically everything with it; find friends, look up restaurants, use it as a travel guide and translator, navigate our cars, and so on. Through the Internet we seem to be connected to everything and everyone at all timeswherever we may be. The future looks to have more in store for us; we will soon be talking to our appliances and our cars will be driving on their own, making our lives safer and more pleasant.

The field of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is at the core of these developments. This is the field that deals with the theories and technologies that make the smartphones, appliances,gadgets, smart cars, the Internet, big data, cloud computing, and all the things that are changing our lives. And the School of ECE at UNIST is in the midst of the cutting-edge developments that are happening in this field! With our advanced educational infrastructure and facilities, you will get firsthand experience with the most up-to-date technology that is out there today. Our world renowned faculty members will be there to guide you through the myriad of technological knowledge that you will need to acquire to be a success in this field. As of March 2016, our school has 37 young and vibrant faculty members who are actively involved in research and development. They come with PhDs from major institutions worldwide with solid research and industry experience that will help guide future ECE engineers, entrepreneurs, researchers, and educators such as yourselves.

Come take a look at our website and explore the vast world out there that you can be a part of. ECE is an exciting and expanding field with no relent in sight. Come be a part of this exciting world, come join us at ECE UNIST!

Sam H. Noh, Ph.D.
Head of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering