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Agriculture and Life Sciences
A birthplace of educating eco-friendly professionals who can connect human life with nature

Agriculture & life sciences is an area of study that seeks for infinite possibilities of biological resources through the investigating the ways of its preservation and applicability for the human race while allowing the human race and natural environment to coexist in a balanced way. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences aims to foster the future professionals who will lead the fields of agriculture and life sciences. To this end, the college provides students with comprehensive and interdisciplinary educational environment in which students are exposed to the many different academic disciplines in the field such as biological engineering, environment, energy, agricultural economics & management.

Tel+82-42-821-5712 Homepagehttp://cals.cnu.ac.kr/smain.html
Crop Science

Crop science provides nationwide leadership in teaching, research, and extension in crop and range sciences. Weed science, crop breeding, molecular breeding, genetics, molecular physiology and crop ecology are also important components of the departmental mission. The department has a rich tradition of discovering and disseminating information needed by the public to make informed decisions about agricultural and environmental issues. We have an outstanding scientific community of faculty and staff who are creative in solving problems and developing effective educational programs to a diverse clientele and who are adaptive to a changing society and industry in Korea. The department currently has 6 faculty members conducting teaching, research, extension, and international programs. There are several staffs and assistant scientists who provide clerical, field, laboratory, and greenhouse assistance for our programs. About 40 graduate students and 130 undergraduate students majoring in crop science study in the department. We are committed to developing novel and sound approaches and providing relevant information to solve problems and enhance productivity to improve the quality of life and ensure agricultural and environmental sustainability worldwide.

Career Opportunities

Careers in crop science provide rewarding challenges in a national spectrum of activities. A variety of positions are available with governmental agencies, such as Rural Development Admistration and industry positions immediately upon graduation. Examples of those positions include: district sales manager for seed companies, crop consultants for independent and large companies, environmental consultants, fertilizer and chemical salespersons, production specialists, research technicians, and large farm managers. A number of agronomy graduates continue their education with a Ph.D. and pursue careers in research and teaching with universities or national agencies.

Horticultural Science

Horticulture as an applied science deals with theories and technologies on cultivar development, mass propagation, production and postharvestof vegetables, fruits, flowers, and some useful plant resources. New horticultural areas encompass landscape gardening for beautiful living environment, living horticulture or horticultural theraphy for healing physical or mental sufferings, and applications of ICT (information and communications technology) for higher yield performance. In connection with 6th industry in agriculture, green care farming or tourism agriculture mainly targets horticultural products or horticultural practices. Ultimately horticulture pursuits harmonious relationship among human being, plant, and surrounding environment. Students majoring the horticultural science will be educated with basic subjects including agronomy, plant physiology, chemistry, genetics, environmental biology, and other optional subjects including plant nutrition, plant disease, plant breeding, tissue culture, landscape design.

Career Opportunities

For the purpose of professional educator or researcher, student can further extend his/her studying in more details on horticultural crops (vegetable, fruits, and flowers), crop physiology, environment or protected horticulture, biotechnology and genomics at graduate school. They can serve as a government employee in such positions of agricultural ministry, rural development administrator, or agricultural research and extension service. They can also find jobs in public or industrial institutes of life science, educational sectors such as colleges or high schools, and companies related to seed improvement, landscape architecture, or agricultural chemicals. Some certificates provides promising job positions in horticultural areas, which include teacher’s, agricultural products quality manager’s, or auctioneer’s qualifications. Many other engineer licences can be also acquired in the areas of landscape architecture, horticultural seedling, protected cultivation, organic agriculture, seeds, floral design, horticultural therapist, and plant protection. At present, many graduates working on ranges of horticultural sectors are contributing to fields related to plant resources domestically or globally.

Environment & Forest Recourses
Educational Purposes

The department of environment & Forest Resources uses perspectives from multiple disciplines to train experts capable of solving complex and pervasive problems in forest. We promote rigorous study and analysis of natural environment. Our students are equipped to meet the environmental challenges of tomorrow with the experiences and knowledge they develop in our programme.

About the Department

The department offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding and responding to environmental and forest problems. From the natural sciences, students learn experimental techniques and methods of analysis needed to make accurate observations, to document changes, and to understand the dynamics of healthy forest landscapes and ecosystem function. From the social sciences, students gain insights into human behaviour and the workings of our social, political, and governmental institutions. This major is grounded in dendrology, silviculture, soil and is then combines with socio-environmental studies that focus on forest management and environmental conservations. Major subjects for education are as follows.

Career Opportunities

Goverment officer (Korea Forest Service, local officers for forests, National Institute of Forest Science, National Arboretum, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Ministry of Environment)

public corporation (forestry association, Korea National Park Service, The Korea Water Resources, Korea Expressway Corporation, Korea Land Corporation, Korea Housing Corporation, etc.)

research institutes (graduate schools, KEI, National Institute of Forest Science, local offices of Forest Environment ConservationInstitute, etc.)

private sectors (Everland, Eagon Industrial Co.,Ltd., Yuhan Kimberly, Ltd., gardening companies, etc.)

Relative Licenses(Forest Engineer, Engineer Landscape Architecture, Natural Ecology Restoration Engineer, etc.

Faculty
[Se-Bin Kim]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Forest Management & Policy
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5748
  • E-mail : sbkim@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1114
[Joon-Woo Lee]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Forest Engineering
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5749
  • E-mail : jwlee@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1120
[Gwansoo Park]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Forest Soil
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5743
  • E-mail : gspark@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1121
[Jaeyong Choi]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Planning
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5750
  • E-mail : jaychoi@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1122
[Bum Jin Park]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Forest Environment & Human Health
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5746
  • E-mail : bjpark@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1118
[Byung Bae Park]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : ecological silvicultural
  • Phone : 82-42-821-5747
  • E-mail : bbpark@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-1, 1115
Biobased Materials

The program of Biobased Materials offers the basic science and technology in biomass-related products, and consists of two sub-programs, which are Wood science and Paper science & Biomass utilization.

In wood or eco-friendly material science, the courses of wood anatomy, physics, wood preservation technology, wood drying, engineered wood, wood-based structural materials, wooden house construction, furniture design, and wood protection against fungi and fire are offered.

In Paper science & Biomass utilization, the courses of wood chemistry, biomass utilization, pulping, paper-making, bio-refinery, paper physics, bioenergy and mill operation practice are offered.

After successful completion of the program, most of the graduates get their jobs in the area of their major, and enjoy their outstanding career.

Career Opportunities

- Researcher : KFRI(Korea Forest Research Institute), KOFPT(Korea Forestry Promotion Institute), KOREACP(Korea Institute of Culture Properties), KOMSCO(Korea Minting, Security Printing & ID Card Operating Corporation), KRICT(Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), KIGAM(Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources), Forestry Officials, National archives of Korea, The National Library of Korea etc.

- Lumber Manufacturer : LG Hausys, Eagon Corp., Dongwha Enterprise Co.. LTD., Taegeon. LTD., Younglim Timber, Daelim Wood, Dongyang Timber Co., Unid, Sunchang co., LTD., Livart Corp., LG Chem., Hansolhomedeco etc.

- Paper Company : Hansol Paper, Moorim P&P, KT&G, Kleannara, Yuhan-Kimberly, Dongil Paper, Paper Corea CO., LTD., Samwha Paper, Albany International Corp., Jeonju Paper Corp., Hankuk Paper MFG CO., LTD. etc.

- Biomass Utilization Company : Korindo, SK Innovation CO., LTD., Aekyung CO., LTD. CJ Corp., GS Caltex Corp., Samsung Fine Chemicals CO., LTD. etc.

Faculty
[Sang-Sik Jang]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Wood Mechanics & Timber Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5756
  • E-mail : ssjang@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3413
[Ho-Yang Kang]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Wood Drying & Furniture Design and Manufacturing
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5758
  • E-mail : hykang@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3412
[Jong-Shin Lee]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Wood Preservation
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5757
  • E-mail : lee_js@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3411
[Yung-Bum Seo]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Pulp and Paper Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5759
  • E-mail : ybseo@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3410
[Yong Joo Sung]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Environmental Resource Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5755
  • E-mail : yosung17@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3414
[Seog-Goo Kang]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Wood based Bio-Composite
  • Phone : +82 42 821 5752
  • E-mail : lachesis@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : E10-2, 3416
Animal Science & Biotechnology

Recently, animal and dairy sciences have been extended from traditional farm animal like cattle, pigs, chickens, etc. to wild birds, fish, experimental animals and pets so that animal and dairy sciences now takes in every animal that humans use as objects of resource. Overcoming the limitation of the early industry, animal and dairy sciences have changed as a comprehensive industry that now embraces the industry of processing and distribution. The area of animal and dairy sciences studies has been enlarged and specialized through improving production and inventing new functional materials by the automation of equipment, and bioengineering technique. The purpose of these studies is to accept the change of the new era, to develop studies of animal and dairy sciences and animal industry, and to encourage excellent individuals to work in the practical industrial sites.

Career Opportunities

are in animal science-related administrations and research institute, meat processing companies, various animal resources-related companies, pharmaceutical companies, medical and biotechnology-related companies, pet animal industries, intensive animal production enterprises, feed-related companies, and the press in relation to agriculture and animal science.

Faculty
[Lee, Soo Kee]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Ruminant nutrition, Grassland Science
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5775
  • E-mail : leesk@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2309
[Nam, Myoung Soo]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Milk Processing and Milk Food Biochemistry
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5782
  • E-mail : namsoo@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2412
[JIN, Dong-il]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Animal Molecular Biology
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5876
  • E-mail : dijin@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2310
[Lee, Jun Heon]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Animal Molecular Genetics
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5779
  • E-mail : junheon@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E8, Room 215
[Do, Changhee]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Animal Genetics and Breeding
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5784
  • E-mail : ivando@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2418
[KIM, Min-kyu]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Animal Reproduction & Physiology
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5773
  • E-mail : kminkyu@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E8, Room 203
[Seo, Seongwon]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Systems Nutrition
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5787
  • E-mail : swseo@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2411
[Ahn, Heekwon]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Livestock Environmental
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5785
  • E-mail : hkahn@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2410
[Song, Minho]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Non-ruminant Animal Nutrition
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5776
  • E-mail : mhsong@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2315
[Choi, Inchul]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Early mammalian Development
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5788
  • E-mail : icchoi@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2 , Room 2416
[Heo, Jung Min]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Feeds and Feeding system
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5777
  • E-mail : jmheo@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E8, Room 107
[Jung, Samooel]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Meat Science
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5774
  • E-mail : samooel@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2312
[Cho, Jaesung]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Livestock Economics and Management
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5789
  • E-mail : kor0025cho@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E10-2, Room 2414
[Lee, Seung Hwan]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Animal Genomic Breeding
  • Phone : +82-42-821-5772
  • E-mail : slee46@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Building E8, Room 210
Animal Biosystems Science

Recently, animal science has been extended from traditional farm animal like cattle, pigs, chickens, etc. to wild birds, fish, experimental animals and pets so that animal science now takes in every animal that humans use as objects of resource. Overcoming the limitation of the early industry, animal science has changed as a comprehensive industry that now embraces the industry of processing and distribution. The area of animal science studies has been enlarged and specialized through improving production and inventing new functional materials by the automation of equipment, and bioengineering technique. The purpose of these studies is to accept the change of the new era, to develop studies of animal science and its industry, and to encourage excellent individuals to work in the practical industrial sites.

Career Opportunities

are in animal sciense-related administrations and research institute, meat processing companies, various animal resources-related companies, pharmaceutical companies, medical and biotechnology-related companies, pet animal industries, intensive animal production enterprises, feed-related companies, and the press in relation to agriculture and animal science.

[Changhee Do]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Animal Statistical Genetics
  • Phone : 042-821-5781
  • E-mail : ivando@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 2418 College of Agriculture and Life Science
  • Virginia Tech Ph. D.
  • Research Interest
  • Variance component and genetic parameter estimation ??Linear models ??Estimation of QTL and Genomic Association Studies
Agricultural & Rural Engineering

This program pursues learning on wealthier and pleasant rural construction by the expansion of the agricultural production and the improvement of the living environment in rural areas, and the agricultural machinery-engineering major pursues the development of engineering technology of agricultural and livestock production, processing, storage-applying engineering technology such as machine, electronic, and information. Agricultural and Rural Engineering teaches the arrangement of the rural environment and the creation of a rich and comfortable agricultural and rural infrastructure through applying the theory of engineering. Agricultural and Rural Engineering is largely divided into 6 parts: the field of Environmental Engineering & Agricultural Hydraulics, Agricultural Civil Structure Engineering, Farmland Reclamation, Agricultural Structures and Environment, Agricultural Hydraulics, Rural Planning and GIS application. Students can apply for the first-grade engineers qualifying examinations such as for a first grade civil engineer, construction materials engineer, and geodetic engineer technician. After graduation, students are qualified to enter many state-run trade associations connected with construction such as the Korea Agricultural & Rural Infrastructure Corporation and other Construction Departments. Students may also work as public servants in construction fields such as in the Ministry of Agriculture, Provincial Offices, and City Halls.

Career Opportunities

Graduates work in the construction departments of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Ministry of Construction and Transportation, and for local governments. They also find jobs in other government-supported organizations such as the Korea Agricultural and Rural Infrastructure Corporation, the Korea Water Resources Corporation, the Korea Highway Corporation, the Korea Land Corporation, and for private construction and design service companies.

Faculty
[Sung Chan-Yong]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Civil Engineering Construction
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5798
  • E-mail : cysung@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3104, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas : Structural Analysis/ Eco-Concrete/ Polymer Concrete
[Lee Dal-Won]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Farm Land Reclamation Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5793
  • E-mail : dwlee@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3107, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas : Geotechnical Engineering/ Consolidation Behavior of Soft Clay/ Slope Stability
[Nam Sang-Woon]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Structures and Environment
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5794
  • E-mail : swnam@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3108, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas : Environment Control for Animals and Plants/ Protected Horticulture and Plant Factory
[Noh Jae-Kyoung]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Soil and Water Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5796
  • E-mail : jknoh@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3109, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas : Modeling of Natural Streamflow/ Development of System for Operating Agricultural Water Use/ Analysis for Soil Moisture Behaviour in Vadose Zone
[Kim Dae-Sik]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Rural Planning and GIS
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5795
  • E-mail : drkds19@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3106, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas :
[An Hyun-uk]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Urban Environmental Engineering
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5797
  • E-mail : hyunuk@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Room No. 3110, Agricultural and Life Science Building #3
  • Research Areas : Debris Flow Modeling/ Flood Inundation Modeling/ Soil moisture-Slope Stability Coupling model
Biosystems Machinery Engineering

Bio-industry machinery engineering is the application of engineering technology, such as mechanics, electronics, computer & information technology,and bioengineering to agriculture, food systems, natural resources the environment, and related biological systems. The objective of this program is to produce engineers with biological and engineering knowledge and contribute to the development of agricultural & biological production and processing industry. The curriculum offers great breadth. Subject areas include computer-aided engineering, robotic technology, sensors and process control engineering, manufacturing processes, off-road machine-system engineering, hydraulic machine, properties of biological materials, and horticultural and livestock structure, etc. Careers for graduates include design, development, and research engineering positions involving machinery development, food processing, materials handing, biological product development, and structural systems for animals and plants.

Career Opportunities

Graduates could work for a major machine-related company, a government agency, or an educational institutes.Agricultural Machinery Company: Dae-dong, Kook-jae, LS, Dong-yang, etc.; Food -related company:Nongshim, Lotte, Haitai, Pulmuwon, Crown, etc.; Government agency: Rural Development Administration, National institute of Agricultural Engineering, Korea Food Research Institute, Korea Food & Drug Administration,Ministry of Health & Welfare, etc.; Educational Institute: High-school teacher, etc.

Faculty
[Yun-Kun Huh]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Farming Mechanization
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6717
  • E-mail : ykhuh@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2214
  • 1980.03 ~ 1987.08 Chungbuk National University, Ph.D
[Byoung-Kwan Cho]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Non-destructive Biosensing Engineering
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6715
  • E-mail : chobk@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2213
  • Homepage : www.cnu.ac.kr/~chobk
  • 1998~2003, The Pennsylvania State University Ph.D
  • Paper
  • 1. Cho, B. K., M.S. Kim, K. Chao, K. Lawrence, B. Park, K. Kim. 2009. Detection of Fecal Residue on Poultry Carcasses by Laser-Induced Fluorescence Imaging. Journal of Food Science 74(3):E154-E159.
  • 2. Cho, B. K., M. S. Kim. 2008. Study on Fluorescence Excitation and Emission Bands for Detection of Fecal Residue on Poultry Carcasses. Journal of Biosystems Engineering 33(2): 136-141.
  • Book
  • "NondestructiveEvaluationofFoodQuality:TheoryandPractice", Springer, 2011
[Sun-Ok Chung]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Bio-production machinery and Precision agriculture
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6712
  • E-mail : sochung@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2210
  • Homepage : www.cnu.ac.kr/~sochung
  • 2000. 08. ~ 2004. 05. Missouri State University , Ph.D
  • Paper
  • 1.Chung, S.O., K.A. Sudduth, and J.W. Hummel. 2006. Design and validation of an on-the-go soil strength profile sensor. Transactions of the ASAE 49(1): 5-14.
  • 2.Chung, S.O., and K.A. Sudduth. 2006. Soil failure models for vertically operating and horizontally operating strength sensors. Transactions of the ASAE 49(4): 851-863.
  • 3.Chung, S.O., B.H. Chong, S. Kang, G. Kim. 2006. Application of sensors to assess soil conditions in a Korean paddy field. Key Engineering Materials 321-323: 1213-1216.
  • Book
  • "Bio-production machinery engineering". CIR. 2008
[Wang-Hee Lee]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Bio-systems modeling and analysis
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6720
  • E-mail : wanghee@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2211
  • 2006. 08. ~ 2011. 08. Purdue University, Ph.D
  • Paper
  • 1. Lee, W.H., McCabe, G.P., Martin, B.R., Weaver, C.M. 2011. Validation of a simple isotope method for estimating true calcium fractional absorption in adolescents. Osteoporo Int 22: 159-166
  • 2. Lee, W.H., Wastney, M.E., Jackson. G.S., Martin, B.R., Weaver, C.M. 2011. Interpretation of 41Ca Data Using Compartmental Modeling in Post-menopausal Women. Anal Bioanal Chem 399:1613-1622
  • 3. Lee, W.H., McCabe, G.P., Martin, B.R., Weaver, C.M. 2011 Simple Isotopic Method using Oral Stable or Radioactive Tracers for Estimating Fractional Calcium Absorption in Adult Women. Osteoporo Int 22: 1829-1834
[Yong-Joo Kim]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Agricultural power and tractors
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6716
  • E-mail : babina@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2209
  • 2003~2008, Sungkyunkwan University, Ph.D
  • Paper
  • 1. Y. J. Kim, S. O. Chung, and C. H. Choi. 2013. Effects of gear selection of an agricultural tractor on transmission and PTO load during rotary tillage. Soil & tillage research Vol 134:90-96.
  • 2. Y. J. Kim, B. S. Song, and J. h. Kim. 2013. Load Torque Estimation for a Parallel Hybrid Agricultural Tractor in Field Operations. International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing Vol. 14 (10):1865-1868.
  • 3. Y. J. Kim and C. H. Choi. 2013. The Analysis of Paddy Soils in Korea using Visible-NIR Infrared Spectroscopy for Development of Real-Time Soil Measurement System. Journal of the Korean Society for Applied Biological Chemistry Vol. 56(5):559-565.
  • Book
  • "Agricultural Machinery Engineering Dictionary“. CIR. 2013
[Seung-Hyun Lee]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Agricultural and Food Processing Machinery Engineering
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6718
  • E-mail : seunglee2@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : Buliding E10-2, Room 2216
  • 2010. 08. ~ 2014. 08. The University of Hawaii, Ph.D
  • Paper
  • 1. Lee, S. H., and Jun, S. 2011. Enhancement of sugar release from taro waste using ohmic heating and microwave heating techniques. Transactions of the ASABE, 54(3), 1041-1047.
  • 2. Lee, S. H., Yamada, K., and Jun, S. 2013. Ultraviolet radiation assisted with ohmic current for microbial inactivation in apple juice. Transactions of the ASABE, 56(3), 1085-1091.
  • 3. Lee, S. H., Choi, W., Kim, C. T., and Jun, S. 2015. Development of a dual cylindrical microwave and ohmic combination heater for minimization of thermal lags in the processing of particulate foods. LWT-Food Science and Technology.
Applied Biology

Applied biology is the basic study of life phenomenon of various crop resources and organisms such as insect, fungi, bacteria, virus and the search for the efficient use of resources and demonstration of the relationship between the environment and organisms. This is designed to study environment-friendly biotechnology and is a field of applied science that stabilizes the harvest of crops and maximizes the production of crop resources by establishing the integrated pest management(IPM) to prevent or heal the damage of harmful insects and plant pathogen. The curricula consist of basic programs and applied courses. In the former programs, students learn physiology and the pathologic phenomena of plants, insects, and microorganism, and taxonomy, ecology, physiology, heredity, pathology of the harmful organisms that damage crops, based on which students do practical research by the high tech biotechnology of biochemistry and molecular biology. The applied courses provide the science to prevent plant diseases, manage the control of vermin, the efficient resources of bacteria and insects, studies of beneficial bacillus, insects and resourceful plants. By introducing beneficial resource plants and genetic engineering with biotechnological techniques, this program teaches how to prevent vermin, to preserve the environment and to improve it.

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work as researchers in applied biology-related fields or have jobs in the research institutes of agricultural firms. In addition, they may take charge of technological development and distribution at general agriculture-related conglomerates or small and medium-sized companies. They may also continue studying at graduate schools.

Faculty
[Kim, Hong Gi]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Plant pathology
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5768
  • E-mail : hgkim@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1413 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (E10-1)
[Youn, Young Nam]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Insect Physiology, Insect Behavior, Insect Chemical Control
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5769
  • E-mail : youngnam@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1422 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (E10-1)
[Yu, Yong Man]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Insect Pathology
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5763
  • E-mail : ymyu@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1420 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (E10-1)
[Lim, Hyoun Sub]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Plant Virology
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5766
  • E-mail : hyounlim@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 308 Agriculture and Life Science Building (E8)
  • Homepage : http://cnu-plantvirus.com
[Jung, Sung Hoon]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Insect Taxonomy
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5767
  • E-mail : jung@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1418 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (E10-1)
  • Homepage : http://taxonomy.woobi.co.kr/xe/
[Oh, Sang-Keun]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Molecular Plant Pathology & Plant Disease Resistance
  • Phone : +82 42-821-5762
  • E-mail : sangkeun@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1417 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building (E10-1)
  • Homepage : http://www.cnu.ac.kr/~sangkeun
Food Science & Technology

In step with the increase of the national income and improved quality of life, a high quality of food and variety is required and the demand of the processed food is increased so that food engineering, as an important industry is responsible for the health and nutrition of people requiring the security of raw materials, the stability of food, the quality of processed food, enhancement of productivity, and the development of new food products. This program teaches students how to improve expediency, function, preference, nutrition, circulation and storage of food and enhance the value added to them by treating the raw materials of agriculture, livestock, and seafood physically and chemically. This program has three specific studies such as food science, food engineering, food microbiology whose subdivided programs are biochemistry, analytic chemistry, organic chemistry, food chemistry, food processing science, food engineering, food microbiology, food storage science, fermentation science and biotechnology.

Career Opportunities

Government Organizations: Korea Food & Drug Administration, Rural Development Administration, Institute of Health & Environment, Korea Food Research Institute, Ministry of Health & Welfare, etc. Food-related Corporations: Daesang, Nonshim, LG, Lotte, Haitai Confectionery & Foods, Samwon Foods, Bumyang Foods, Paris Croissant, Jinmi Foods, Crown Bakery, etc. Research Institutes: KT & G Research Institute, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, etc. Teaching food processing in classes (in graduate schools, and so on) if graduates have certificates.

Faculty
[Kyung-Bin Song]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Food PreservationㆍProtein Engineering
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6723
  • E-mail : kbsong@cnu.ac.kr
[Chang-Keun Sung]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Molecular Biology
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6722
  • E-mail : kchsung@cnu.ac.kr
[Soon-Taek Hong]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Food TechnologyㆍFood Emulsion
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6727
  • E-mail : hongst@cnu.ac.kr
[Ki-Taek Lee]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Food ChemistryㆍLipid Chemistry
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6729
  • E-mail : ktlee@cnu.ac.kr
[Jong-Tae Park]
  • Title : Associate Professor
  • Major : Food ProcessingㆍFood Enzymology
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6728
  • E-mail : jtpark@cnu.ac.kr
[Hee-Gon Jeong]
  • Title : Assistant Professor
  • Major : Food Microbiology
  • Phone : +82-42-821-6726
  • E-mail : jeonghg@cnu.ac.kr
Bio Environmental Chemistry

The education programs of Bio-Environmental Chemistry provide students with practical laboratory experiences in coorperation with the substantial academic studies and field training related to ecosystem and agricultural environment. Also, the department of Bio-Environmental Chemistry provides a knowledge about social science, mathematics, and chemistry that are fundamental to bio-environmentalist.
The major fields offered in this program are Agricultural environmental chemistry, Soil physics, Natural Products Pesticide Chemistry, Agricultural Soil Microbiology, Plant Environment Physiology, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Based on these background the students may pursue their professional career in the private company or government agencies in the areas of pesticides, fertilizer, food, fine chemicals, microbiology, environment, and zymotechnics, etc

Career Opportunities

Researchers at Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology (Safety Research Institute), Biotech Institute, Rural Development Administration, Korea Food & Drug Administration, National Agricultural Products Quality Management Service, Plant Quarantine Office, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, National Research Foundation of Korea, Korea Meadow Research Institute, food companies, microorganism product company, pesticides or fertilizer companies, pharmaceutical and environmental industries, breeding and seed companies, and various biological and chemical industries including Nonghyup, Korea Agro-Fisheries&Food Trade Corp, Korea Instituete for Animal Products Quality Evaluation, Korea Rural Community Corporation
Chemical Analysis Engineer, Water Quality Environment Engineer, Waste Disposal Engineer, Natural Ecology Restoration Engineer, Bio Engineer, Agricultural Soil Quality Manager, Soil Environment Engineer, Organic Agriculture Engineer, Breeding Engineer, Plants Protection Engineer and Agricultural Chemistry Engineer

[Chi-Hwan Lim]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Natural Products Pesticide Chemistry
  • Phone : 82-042-6734
  • E-mail : chlim@cnu.ac.kr
[Doug-Young Chung]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Soil physics
  • Phone : 82-042-6739
  • E-mail : dychung@cnu.ac.kr
[Kim sun ju]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Plant Enviromental Physiology
  • Phone : 82-042-6738
  • E-mail : kimsunju@cnu.ac.kr
[Kim Sung-Chul]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
  • Phone : 82-042-6737
  • E-mail : sckim@cnu.ac.kr
[Min-Ho Yoon]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Soil Microbiology
  • Phone : 82-042-6733
  • E-mail : mhyoon@cnu.ac.kr
[Oh Taek-Keun]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Environmental Chemistryy
  • Phone : 82-042-6735
  • E-mail : ok5382@cnu.ac.kr
Agricultural Economics

This department has a unique academic value that can effectively solve problems of agriculture, rural area, farmers, agricultural resources, environment and local development, from the point of economy and policy. Its educational subjects are mainly about human society such as general economy, business management and sociology, while those theories are modified and revised to fit the property of agriculture so that they could make right determinations on agricultural economy and policies.

Career Opportunities

Public institution related agriculture(Korea Rural Economic Institute, Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corp, Korea Rural Community Corporation, Rural Development Administration), Nonghyup, Public officer, Agricultural products distribution enterprise and business related agriculture(Pulmuone, DongwonF&B, Woosungfeed), Food industry and general enterprise, Bank and financial world, etc.

Faculty
[Kim, Jai – hong]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Farm Management
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6747
  • E-mail : jaihong@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1307 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
[Kwon, Yong-dae]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Policy, Rural Development planning, Agricultural Technology Economics
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6748
  • E-mail : ydkwon@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1308 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
[Koo, Seung-mo]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Resource and Environmental Economics
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6749
  • E-mail : koosm@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1310 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
[Gim, Uhn-soon]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Information and Mathematical Economics
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6750
  • E-mail : ugim@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1310-1 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
[Hong, Seungjee]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural Economics
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6745
  • E-mail : hseungj@cnu.ac.kr
  • Room : 1305 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
[Kim, Sounghun]
  • Title : Professor
  • Major : Agricultural marketing, Food industry, Food exportation
  • Phone : +82 42-821-6746
  • E-mail : sounghunkim@hotmail.com
  • Room : 1306 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building