This course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is based on two undergraduate courses offered by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering and the Department of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering. The EEE major covers a number of fields encompassing many diverse areas, including three principal fields: Energy Systems and Electrical Machinery; Electronic Devices and Optics; and System Control, Information, and Communication. Through courses and state-of-the-art research, graduate students can engage in interdisciplinary studies leading to Master's and Doctoral degrees in the following three major fields that address the indicated topics.
Energy Systems and Electrical Machinery
Solid oxide fuel cells; Applications of plasma and pulsed discharge; Smart grid systems; Power control; Power electronics; Electrical machinery; and Mechatronics.
Electronic Devices and Optics
Single-electron transistors; Nano and quantum structures; Biosensors; Semiconductor terahertz emitters; Mid-infrared emitters; Liquid Crystal Display; Laser optics; Fiber optics; Beam analysis; and Nanolithography,.
System Control, Information, and Communication
Signal processing; Robust and fuzzy control; Robotics; Software agents; Computational physics and graphics; Circuitry design; Mobile/wireless communication networks; Optical and satellite communications.