Doctoral - Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Updated on March 1, 2016
Hardware and software engineers and researchers for a high information society
In recent years, Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been expanding due to rapid advancements in all engineering disciplines, covering an ever-widening range of academic and professional programs. The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers a balanced interdisciplinary program of core subjects and scientific and technological fields of physical science and electronics engineering; computer, information science and systems engineering; electric power/energy and power electronic systems engineering; and control systems engineering.
Structure and Divisions
The academic and professional core courses in this Department are categorized into two divisions: Physical Electronics and Computer and Information Engineering.
Division of Physical Electronics
This Division offers scientific and technological training as well as interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research projects, which are primarily concerned with the major education and research programs in electromagnetic fields and waves, solid-state physical engineering, quantum physics and electronics, electrical and electronic material science, semiconductor electronics, sensor devices, nanoelectronics, photonic devices, surface physics and electronics, superconducting physics and electronics, optics and optoelectronics, high-energy physics, plasma electronics, and bio-science and engineering. There is also training in the core subjects, including applied mathematics, physics, chemistry, and mechanics.
Division of Computer and Information Engineering
This Division offers education from a scientific and technological approach, combined with sophisticated hardware and software research projects. Our programs cover electric and electronic circuit theory, integrated circuit design and systems, computer and communication systems, wearable computing, ubiquitous and ad-hoc networks, information networks, information transmission, information theory, coding theory, data compression, digital broadcasting, information and network security, data structures and algorithms, graph theory, software design, image processing, control engineering, optimization theory, pattern recognition, fuzzy theory and neural networks, and intelligent machines.
Functional Thin-Film Engineering
This course includes cooperative education and research with Panasonic Corporation. We provide special materials, devices, circuits, and systems to establish green innovation products based on wide-bandgap semiconductor materials, carbon-based materials, power electronics, and energy harvesting technologies.
Our education goals (Doctoral Program)
This program builds on the master’s course to produce individuals with the ability to carry out specialized, pioneering research in new nanomaterials, devices, hardware, software, wearable computing technology, and system technology.
Doctor of Philosophy
Engineering, Electrical and Electronic
Total Intake (AY 2015)
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