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Research Areas

The department consists of an undergraduate (BS in Electrical Engineering) program, a master degree (MS) program, an executive master degree program (MS), and a doctoral program (PhD). The syllabus covers six areas including communication and signal processing, control, power, solid state electronics, Electromagnetic waves, and information technology. The planning of each professional field are so designed to train students with solid theoretical foundation and practical ability.

Communication and Signal Processing Domain:

The aim is to cultivate talents that can meet the needs of the rapidly developing communications industry. The designed courses stress equal emphasis in experimental and theoretical aspects of the fundamental and cutting edge communication technology.

Control Domain:

The theory of automatic control is introduced as the basic foundation of the research discipline with the aim of integration with electronics, computer, sensing, mechanical engineering and other technologies to develop integrated technology of systems and engineering. We teach students on classical, modern, digital and other basic control theories as well as controller design and implementation of production techniques, so that students have the ability to carry out control system analysis, computer-aided design and able to design controller module.

Information Technology domain:

It aims to nurture the next generation of information science talents in the 21st century, such as emphasizing the integration of 3C and Internet processing technologies, and strengthening the ability to practice in line with the future development of the national IT industry.

Power Engineering Domain:

The aim is to train specialists proficient in the operation, maintenance, and design in electric power engineering. The core curriculum is based on power components and systems, including three key areas of electrical machinery, power system and power electronics. We emphasize both theory and experimentation in the basic and advanced power engineering. Internship in the relevant industries is also emphasized.

Solid State Electronics Domain:

Key focuses are on semiconductor components and processes, thin-film components, micro (optical) electromechanical and high-power integrated components. The professional experimental course focuses on the manufacture of simple components and develops relevant process modules to enable students to gain a first-hand knowledge experience of microelectronics engineering.

The aims are to cultivate manufacturing design talents such as VLSI, analog circuits, etc., and pays attention to theoretical verification and experimental implementation. The course design followed the trend of system-on-chip, VLSI design, analog circuit design, integrated circuit design, and component characteristic simulation, for the cultivation of electronic circuit design professionals to meet the demand of domestic computer industries, communication, solid-state electronics and consumer electronics industries.

Electromagnetic Waves Domain:

The undergraduate syllabus emphasized a comprehensive understanding of basic theories of electromagnetic waves propagation in different dielectric media and wave guiding structures. More advanced courses in high-frequency circuits, electromagnetic compatibility, antenna design, and microwave circuits are also offered with emphasis on practical design of the high frequency passive components.