The Department of Electrical Engineering was founded in 1968. The organization and the name had been changed for many times. The Institute of Electronic Engineering was established in 1991, and the name of the department was formally changed to the Department and Institute of Electrical Engineering since March, 1992. In 1999, the Ph.D. program was approved and started to enroll students. It thus became a complete department with BS study, MS study, and Ph.D. study, which can provide students consistent development of learning and research.

Goals

As industries develop in Taiwan, and the technological era evolves, the need for electrical and electronic talents as well as relevant technological research increases day after day. Accordingly, the Department of Electrical Engineering develops to foster professionals for general electrical engineering. The undergraduate teaching emphasizes theories, technologies, and practical experience. The curriculum planning aims to educate generalists in electrical engineering in hopes of successfully developing toward six electrical fields, respectively communications and signal processing, control engineering, electrical and electronic circuits, solid-state electronics, and electric waves and information technology. Meanwhile, the electrical fields of other departments/institutes are integrated. Undergraduate students have to earn at least 138 credits in order to graduate. Those credits include 28 credits for common education courses, 68 credits for department-stipulated compulsory courses, 12 credits for department-stipulated compulsorily elective courses and at least 30 credits for elective courses. In addition to compulsory courses, such as Seminar and Master’s Thesis, Master students should at least earn 24 credits, including 9 credits from the courses belonging to their own groups as well as 3 credits from the courses belonging to other groups. The maximum credits from taking relevant courses in other departments/institutes are 9 credits. Except compulsory courses, such as Seminar and Master’s Thesis, Ph.D. students should at least take 6 professional courses, totally 18 credits, which include 9 credits from the courses belonging to their own groups and 6 credits from the courses belonging to other groups.

Undergraduate:

Capability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and electrical engineering

Capability to not only design and execute experiments but also analyze and interpret data

Capability for techniques, skills, and tools necessary in the practice of electrical engineering

Capability to design electrical engineering systems, components, and processes

Capability for efficient communication and teamwork

Capability to discover, analyze, and deal with problems

Knowing current issues, understanding the influence of electrical technology on the environment, the society, and the world, and fostering habit and capability of continual learning.
Understanding professional ethics and social responsibility

Postgraduate:

Professional knowledge of particular electrical fields

Capability to plan and conduct thematic research

Capability to write professional theses

Capability for innovative thinking and independently solving problems

Capability to negotiate and cooperate with people from different fields

Excellent global vision

Capability for leadership, management, and planning

Capability for life-long self-learning and growth

Faculty

Position Name Education Academic Specialty
Professor  Tiong, Kwong-Kau Ph.D. in E. E., Polytechnic University, New York, U.S.A. Semiconductor Physics; Electromagnetic Waves
Professor Wu, Adam Y. Ph.D., Physics, Chicago University, U.S.A. Electric Light Engineering; Electric-Optic Engineering; Modern Optics; Integrated Optics
Professor & Dean of the College of EECS Chang, Chung-Cheng Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University Integrated Sensors; Electric-Optic Engineering; NMOEMS; Underwater Technology; Bio-Nanotechnology
Distinguished Professor  Jeng, Mu-Der Ph.D., Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, U.S.A. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems; Multimedia Systems; Distributed Object-oriented Technology
Professor Lour, Wen-Shiung Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University Semiconductors Components and Physics; Electric-Optic Engineering
Professor Wang, Jung-Hua Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Texas Tech University, U.S.A. Artificial Neural Network; Computers; Image Processing
Professor Yung, Chee-Fai Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University  Mathematical Control; Nonlinear Control; Control
Professor Hung, Hsien-Seng Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.  Statistical Signal Processing and Communication Systems; Image Processing; Communication Engineering
Professor Tseng, Ching-Hsiang Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A. Higher-order Statistical; Signal Processing; Digital Communication Systems
Professor Wu, Jenq-Lang Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Switching Control; Network Control Systems, Controllers
Professor Ho, Jyh-Jier, Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University  MOEMS Engineering; Microelectronic Sensors
Associate Professor Li, Jung-Chien Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University  Electronic Circuits; Power Electronics; Automatic Control
Associate Professor Leu, Shao-Wei  Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Florida Atlantic University, U.S.A. Computer Architecture; Parallel Processing
Professor and Chairman Huang, Pei-Hwa Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University Power Engineering, Control Engineering, Fuzzy Systems
Associate Professor Chang, Jiunn-Jye Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University Microwave Components and Circuits, Waveguide Theory and Application, Antennas
Associate Professor Cheng, Chih-Yung Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, U.S.A.  Robust Control, Nonlinear Control, Chaotic Systems
Associate Professor Yeh, Mei-Ling Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, U.S.A.  Analog Integrated Circuit Design; Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design
Assistant Professor Lin, Jun-Hwa Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Illinois University at Urbana-Champaign, U.S.A. Computational Electromagnetics; Forward and Inverse Scattering; Electromagnetic Compatibility
Assistant Professor Lu, Tai-Ken Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University Load Management; Power Systems
Assistant Professor Wu, Tzong-Dar Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Central University Wave Theory, Microwave Remote Sensing
Assistant Professor Lin, Chin-Feng Ph.D., Telecommunication Engineering, National Chiao Tung University Wireless Multimedia Communications, Mobile Communications
Assistant Professor Tan, Shih-Wei Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan Ocean University Solar Photovoltaics; Communication Components for Nano Semiconductors; Organic Optoelectronic Technology
Assistant Professor Lo, Hoang-Yang  Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Wireless Communications and Networks; Signal Processing; Soft Computing

Teaching Resources

In recent years, Electrical Buildings I and II are used to thoroughly plan and expand related teaching equipment. The established teaching and research laboratories are as follows:

8 Teaching Laboratories:

They include Chun-Hui Analogy Teaching Laboratory, ICP Electronic Digital Teaching Laboratory, Microprocessor Teaching Laboratory, Power Teaching Laboratory, Solid-state Electronics Teaching Laboratory, Electric Waves Teaching Laboratory, Communication Teaching Laboratory, Computer Room, and Control Teaching Laboratory.

27 Research Laboratories:

They include NSTIS Laboratory, Water Acoustics Laboratory, Yellow-light Laboratory, Embedded Systems and Automation Laboratory, Power Electronics Laboratory, Microwaves Laboratory, Nonlinear Control Laboratory, Software Engineering Laboratory, Statistical Signal Processing Laboratory, Electron Physics Laboratory, Electromagnetic Laboratory, Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Robust Control Laboratory, Optoelectronic Laboratory, Digital Communications Laboratory, Power Systems Laboratory, Semiconductor Laboratory, Parallel Processing Laboratory, Electricity Services Laboratory, MOEMS Technology Laboratory, Network Control Laboratory, Soft Computing Laboratory, Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory, Communication System Chip Laboratory, Analog Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory, Emerging Components and Systems Laboratory, and Wireless Communication Laboratory.