The Department of Electronic Engineering at STUST has 32 full time faculty members (91% of faculty members have Ph.D. degree and 71% of them own industry working experience) in 4 research areas: IC Design, Networks and Communications, System Applications, and Micro-electronics. The present key research themes are on the development of.IC Design: Circuits design, PCB layout, IC chip design flow, and IC chips tape-out and testing.
Networks and Communications: Wireless Communications, RF circuit design, Antenna and Microwave Engineering, IoT (internet of thing), AIoT, RFID and Cognitive radio system (CR system). System Applications: Machine learning and network function design, Embedded system design and applications, Micro-controller application, Vehicular Electronics application, and Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) application.
Micro-electronics: Green electronics, Optical electronics, Display electronics, Electronic ceramics, and Thin films.
The Department of Electronic Engineering was accredited by The Taiwan Assessment and Evaluation Association in 2005 and 2009, respectively, and was rated Class One (the highest rating attainable) in both accreditations. Our department was also accredited by The Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan (IEET), the Taiwanese counterpart of ABET of the United States. IEET is also a Signatory of the Washington Accord.
In this department, we emphasize hands-on experiences and collaborations with the industry in addition to the conventional classroom learning. Constant reflections on the research contents and their meaning in terms of values of innovation, contributions to the industry and impacts to human serve as a main theme of our graduate programs.
In the Department of Electronic Engineering at STUT, we start to offer the English taught program for Ph.D. degree in 2019 Fall.