Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics
The Electrical Engineering and Electronics Department was established in 1994. The Department offers undergraduate education to about 150 students, and graduate programs to about 15 master and Ph.D. students.
The education programs in Electrical Engineering and Electronics are designed with the purpose of preparing students both for a career in the Electrical Engineering profession and for further studies in applied and theoretical research. The first six semesters of the undergraduate program are common to all electrical engineering and electronics students with the aim of preparing the student to choose an appropriate specialization option. The selection of the specialization field at the beginning of the seventh semester is made under the supervision of the department advisors.
In the undergraduate program the following specialization options are available to the students:
- Electronics and Communication Systems
- Power Systems and Control
In the graduate programs, students are offered courses and research opportunities in the following specialization areas:
- Electric Machinery, Control and Power Electronics
- Digital and Fiber-Optic Communications
- Image Processing
- Biomedical Signal Processing
The department at present has 11 full-time faculty members. The full-time faculty members are 3 professors, 1 associate professors, 5 assistant professors, 2 lecturers. All of the faculty members are involved both in teaching and in research through funded projects as well as in supervising of students undergraduate, master and Ph.D. thesis.
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