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Department of Electronic Engineering


Graduate Program(Master and PHD Program)

 The Department offers a graduate program leading to the degree Ph.D. and the degree Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. The curriculum is structured to give the graduate students a balanced technical background in core areas of modern engineering and a significant experience in advanced design via a thesis.

 Students work closely with a faculty advisor in tailoring an overall program best suited to their background and interests. Course sequences, design projects, and research are available in power engineering, power electronics, energy, control theory and application, digital systems and computers, microprocessor applications, circuit and system, image and signal processing, optical and electrical engineering, communication, information engineering, and RF IC design. The Department has excellent computer and/or laboratory facilities to support advanced studies in these areas.

 The program trains students to become excellent R & D personnel with courses emphasizing integration and application of technology on semiconductor, information, and telecommunication engineering. Professional research facilities are available to upgrade students' ability in system operation and independent research.

Research Trend

  • Electronic division: electronic property of quantum devices, electric property and manufacturing of high-speed heterojunction-bipolar transistor (HBT), high electron mobility transistor (HEMT), surface acoustic-wave (SAW) filter, field-emission devices (FED), etc.
  • Telecommunication division: compression and rebuilding techniques of image signals,microstripantena, wireless communication, signal processing, optic communication, satellite communication.
  • Information division: software engineering; VLSI circuit design; VLSI computer-aided-design, natural language procession, electronic commercial system, etc.

Undergraduate Program

 The Department produces skillful technicians capable of assisting the design, production, operating and service of electronic system and equipment with an emphasis on the practical areas of communications and information. Students are encouraged to participate in contests and accreditation tests to become certified technicians.

Emphasis Areas & Specialization

  • Electronics engineering: microelectronics, basic circuit theory, electromagnetism, solid-state Physics, semiconductor physics, device physics, electro-optical devices, and VLSI technology, etc.
  • Telecommmunication engineering: compression and rebuilding techniques of image signals, microstrip antenna, wireless communication, etc.
  • Information engineering: to develop Fast Prototyping Lab, Advanced Image and Signal Processing Lab, and Embedded Miroprocessor and Embedded ICE Generator System (IC Design Center).

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