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Introduction

The Graduate Institute of Electrical Engineering was established in Fall 2006 based on the crucial demand of the national development plan "Two Trillions and Twin Stars", and its bachelor program was established in 2012. In association with the High‐Tech industries in the five northern science parks (Hsin‐Tien, Chung‐Ho, Tu‐Cheng, Tao‐Yuan, and Hsin‐Chu), skillful and professional engineers/researchers are developed in this department to meet the demands of industry. The department provides interdisciplinary research programs, such as System Chip Design (Digital, Analog, and RF), Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Multicore Computer Systems, Information and Communication Security Systems, Virtual Reality and Simulation, Global Positioning System (GPS), and Geometry Information System (GIS). In the near future, the department will have more than 20 professors (Ph. D) in the related fields.

Creativity, innovation, and training in multidisciplinary engineering are emphasized and developed in this department. Meanwhile, students are encouraged to join research projects to obtain valuable research experience. Furthermore, to combine theory and practice, all students will be appointed to an internship at CIC (Center of Integrated Circuits) or at other high‐tech corporations. Thus, all students will be educated to become well‐qualified electrical engineers able to meet the current and future needs of the global electronic industry.



Research

We carry out world leading research covering several overlapping areas:
  • VLSI Design、Parallel Computing or Parallel Processing、Electronic Design Automation, EDA, focuses on algorithms, tools, and applications for scalable high‐performance computer systems and the important issue of the scalability of parallel algorithms (or applications)

  • Mixed Signal IC Design、High Efficiency Power IC Design、RF IC Design、 Nanoscale Design focuses on power electronic devices and integrated circuits, and their uses in various applications.

  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Technology focuses on AI including such traits as reasoning, knowledge, planning, learning, communication, perception and the ability to move and manipulate objects.

  • Automotive electrical and electronics systems focus on electrical principles, circuits, and how to use a multi‐meter to check circuit continuity, current flow and voltage measurements in circuits and electrical components commonly used in modern vehicle systems.

  • FlexRay Drive‐by‐Wire Systems focus on the evolution of automotive networking technology that will help users with higher data rates, deterministic behavior and improved fault tolerance in real‐time applications.



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Fax: +886-2-2673-6500
Email: yhchang@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

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