Hands-on Experiment Training for Undergraduates

Basic Mechanical Practice: Modeling & Realization (ME200)

1.Laboratory Engineers

CAD/ Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
Machining/ Chang, Hyon-Boo (chb@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places

CAD/Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3332
Machining/Practice B/D (N9) #4110
3.Main Equipment

CAD/Computation Machine
Machining/Manufacturing Machine
4.Outline

This course concentrates on the basis in modeling and realization of mechanicalcomponents
This can be divided into the tasks of CAD and manufacturing.
We will cover the former by pursuing a sequence of design examples and the latter by manufacturing the design example.

Mechatronics System Design (ME203)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Practice B/D (N9) #3328 #3331
3.Main Equipment
Computational Equipment
4.Outline
This course introduces methods and techniques to design and control mechatronic systems. Specifically, students will learn how to interface mechatronic systems using Arduino and practice prototyping of practical mechatronic systems through a term project.
Overview of mechatronics parts design and printing method using three-dimensional modeling software
Examples of mechatronic systems will be provided throughout the course.

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory (ME303)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Chang, Hyon-Boo (chb@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Practice B/D (N9) #4130
3.Main Equipment
Measuring Equipment
4.Outline
Various equipments will be applied to explain the essential experiments in mechanical engineering.
Measurement and processing of data will be carried out using PC.
It will be trained; systematic way to select the measurement parameter, to collect and process the data, and to report and present the experimental results.

Applied Electronics (ME207)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3329
3.Main Equipment
Measuring Equipment
4.Outline
This course covers the fundamental principles of the electrical engineering and electronics.
The course provides design and experimental experience for the students to develop the capability to apply the principles to engineering practices.
The course includes passive and active circuit elements, analog and digital systems, and electronic instrumentation

Engineering Design (ME340)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3336
3.Main Equipment
Tools and equipments for Design and Production
4.Outline
This course offers a systematic design methodology encompassing all the design processes from the conceptual design to the embodiment of products.
The whole process of product design starting from the problem definition, creation and synthesis of ideas, evaluation of the ideas, and combination of the generated ideas are included.
The course is highlighted by the group project in which students can have practical experiences through the actual product design, manufacturing, operation, and presentation of the results, which requires the synthesis of all the knowledges and techniques acquired through their undergraduate courses.

Modeling and Control of Engineering Systems (ME360)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3337
3.Main Equipment
Control Equipments
4.Outline
This course deals with modeling and control of engineering systems including mechanical systems and electrical systems.
In this course, differently from conventional approach, some practical systems are introduced first for control experience, and then the basic principles are presented for mathematical modeling and feedback control.

Capstone Design I (ME400)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun (yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3333
3.Main Equipment
Tools and equipments for Design and Production
4.Outline
This course helps to provide the students who already have taken engineering design course the ability to apply the design knowledge to practical industrial problems and the creative problem solving ability based on the design methodology and techniques.
The design team starts to solve the problem by defining the problem and further tries to think out a new creative design followed by detailed design. The design team then makes a design prototype and evaluate the result.

Capstone Design II (ME401)

1.Laboratory Engineers
Yeo, Sang-Eun(yse97@kaist.ac.kr)
2.Places
Nare Practice B/D (N8) #3333
3.Main Equipment
Tools and equipments for Design and Production
4.Outline
This course is a continuation of Capstone Design I and based on the designed item the design is further refined to meet the industrial requirements of the industry.
The opinions from the industrial side is fed back to design for completion of the design objective.
The evaluation is performed in the public presentation.