Students enrolled in the Program of Automobile, Environment and Energy learn automotive technology with due consideration to the environment and energy issues. Wide-ranging topics are covered during the program, including the development of high-performance automotive engines, light-weight automotive architectures based on new materials, zero-pollution automobiles, environmentally-conscious technology, vehicle dynamics, automotive electronic control, automotive NVH, high-efficiency power generation and motor systems, air-pollution engineering, environmental machine systems, development of alternative energy source, energy conversion engineering, among others.
KOREATECH Program of Information Applied Systems provides courses in the designing of mechanical systems using IT and the Internet, computer-aided design and manufacturing systems (CAD/CAM), dynamics and control system CIM, fracture mechanics and material behavior, computer integrated manufacturing systems, micro-machine design and precision processing, manufacturing automation, acoustics and vibrations, development and application of smart materials, among others.
The IT Applications track offers research and training opportunities in the fields of intelligent systems that combine mechanical engineering with information technology, web-based technologies and HCI (Human-Computer-Interaction). In the field of intelligent systems, topics such as robots, intelligent automobiles, artificial intelligence, and smart structures are covered. Web-based Technologies dealing with web-enabled engineering, parallel and distributed computing and Product Data Management (PDM), among others are also covered. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) courses deal with biomedical engineering, virtual engineering and application software, among others.