Energy Engineering (ENE)
The Energy Engineering track will cover the principles and application of the energy conversion (fuel cells, solar cells) and energy storage devices (rechargeable batteries, hydrogen storage). It is interdisciplinary program in which students can learn about the broad applications of electrochemistry, design of new energy-related materials, and understanding of energy conversion and storage devices. This track aims to produce creative scientific minds that are familiar with the principles of materials chemistry, electrochemistry, material engineering, and energy conversion and storage system.
Chemical Engineering (ACE)
The Chemical Engineering track is a discipline providing basic knowledge on the process design and control including thermodynamics, reaction engineering and transport phenomenon and producing the cutting-edge technology to diverse chemical engineering areas; energy and the environment, catalysis, reaction engineering, systems and process design, nanotechnology, polymers and colloids and biotechnology. Our UNIST has a multidisciplinary and integrated chemical engineering program in which students learn inventive design of new chemicals, materials, processes and systems from molecular level information on fundamental science, combining with engineering principles and creative ideas. We initiate new education with the cutting-edge equipments at the state-of-art facilities of UNIST and aim to train true future leaders in engineering and technology with a sense of social obligation, engineering qualification, communication skills and creative problem solving ability.