Undergraduate

EE104 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (2)
Theory course, 2 credits, 2 class hours/week; class hours beyond classroom, 4 class hours. Prerequisite course: Higher Mathematics (I) (GE101). This course explains basic concept, fundamental law and analytical methods of DC circuit, basic operational amplifying circuit, first order circuit, second order circuit, basic concept, fundamental law and analytical methods of AC circuit, sinusoidal steady-state circuit, AC power analysis, 3-phase AC circuit, magnetically coupled circuit, frequency response, Fourier series and Fourier transform.


EE106 Introduction to Optoelectronics (2)
Theory course, 2 credits, 2 class hours/week. This course is applicable to the first-year undergraduates. Through this course, students will arouse their interest in optoelectronic discipline and learn about basic knowledge of optoelectronics and the knowledge of laser, optical fiber communication, liquid crystal display technology, LED and holographic technology, etc.


EE201 Analog Circuit (4)
Theory course and experiment course, 4 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 5 class hours/week. This course mainly includes semiconductor device, basic amplifying circuit, multistage amplifying circuit, integrated operational amplifying circuit, frequency response of amplifying circuit, feedback of amplifying circuit, signal operation and processing, waveform generation and signal transformation, and power amplifying circuit, etc. 


EE202 Digital Circuit (4)
Theory course and experiment course, 4 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 5 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Analog Circuit (EE201). This course is a fundamental course for the majors in electronics department. It mainly includes numerical system and code system, logic algebra foundation and logic function, gate circuit, combinational logic circuit, trigger, sequential logic circuit, semiconductor memory, programmable logic device, impulse waveform generation and shaping, number/module and module/number conversion, etc.


EE203 Solid-state Electronics (3)
Theory course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. According to the teaching requirements of this course, students should master the basic knowledge of electronic material and electronic device, including basic concept of material science, molecular dynamics, crystal structure and defects, electric conductance and thermal conductance, fundamentals of quantum physics, fundamentals of modern physics theory, basic principle f p-n  junction, basic principle and structure of luminescent device.


EE204 Introduction to Semiconductor Device (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Explain the basic physics knowledge of semiconductor device, such as carrier transport, bipolar transmission, non-equilibrium excess carriers as well as various semiconductor devices, such as PN diode, light emitting diode, solar cell, MOS capacitance and field effect transistor.


EE205 Signal and System (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Higher Mathematics I, II (GE101, GE102). This course is one of the important specialty courses for microelectronics science and engineering, communication engineering, material science and engineering. Its task is to make students master basic concept and analytical methods of signal analysis and system analysis, master analytical methods of convolution, linear time invariant system, signal and system time domain and transform domain and understand basic content, nature and application of main transforms (Fourier series and Fourier transform), sampling principle and basic communication system. In particular, signal and system frequency-domain analysis and system function concept should be established to lay a foundation for students to further study and research communication theory, control theory and digital signal processing, etc.


EE206 Communication Principle (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Higher Mathematics (I) (II) (GE101, GE102), Linear Algebra I (GE103b), Probability and Mathematical Statistics (MA204b), Signal and System (EE205). This course explains basic analog and digital communication technology, including analog amplitude modulation, analog frequency modulation, analog phase modulation, baseband and band-pass digital signal transmission and basic SNR analysis, etc.


EE208 Electromagnetic Field Theory (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Higher Mathematics (I) (GE101), Higher Mathematics (II) (GE102), Linear Algebra I (GE103b) and Fundamentals of Circuit (EE104). This course explains vector analysis, Coulomb's law and electric field intensity, electric flux density and Gauss's law, energy and potential, conductor, dielectric medium and capacitance, constant magnetic field and magnetic materials, time-varying electromagnetic field and Maxwell’s equation, transmission line, plane electromagnetic wave and guided electromagnetic wave.


EE301 Cutting-edge Lecture for Modern Electronics Science and Technology I (1)
Theory course, 1 credit, 1 class hour/week. This course explains the cutting-edge progress in the fields of microelectronics science and engineering, optoelectronics science and engineering and communication engineering. It is divided into 9 special lectures. The lecturer should be an academic leader or backbone who has been engaged in scientific research of a certain field for a long time. This course is to expand students’ knowledge and vision, make them learn about the latest progress of relevant disciplines, cultivate innovation spirit, inspire scientific research ideas, deepen the understanding of the role of basic theory learning in scientific research, learn about the general law of scientific research and lay a foundation for the work in future.


EE302 Cutting-edge Lecture for Modern Electronics Science and Technology II (1)
Theory course, 1 credit, 1 class hour/week. This course explains the cutting-edge progress in the fields of microelectronics science and engineering, optoelectronics science and engineering and communication engineering. It is divided into 9 special lectures. The lecturer should be an academic leader or backbone who has been engaged in scientific research of a certain field for a long time. This course is to expand students’ knowledge and vision, make them learn about the latest progress of relevant disciplines, cultivate innovation spirit, inspire scientific research ideas, deepen the understanding of the role of basic theory learning in scientific research, learn about the general law of scientific research and lay a foundation for the work in future.


EE303 Fundamentals of Optoelectronic Technology (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course is applicable to the third-year undergraduates majoring in optoelectronics and microelectronics. It is very fundamental and important. Through this course, students will be able to learn about and master many aspects of optoelectronics, such as light propagation in medium, waveguide optics and optical fiber, light polarization and modulation, light emitting diode, laser, photodiode and detector, and make students have a systematical, comprehensive and deep understanding optical field.


EE304 Integrated Circuit Design (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 2 experiment credits), 5 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Digital Circuit (EE202) and Introduction to Semiconductor Device (EE204). This course explains basic concept and methods of modern CMOS super-large-scale integrated circuit design, CMOS device and model, CMOS process and design rules, static and dynamic logic gate, delay and power consumption analysis, layout design and design practice using industrial standard EDA design tool.


E305 Integrated Circuit Process Principle (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: University Physics (PHY101) and Introduction to Semiconductor Device (EE204).


EE306 Fundamentals of Micro Electro Mechanical System (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: University Physics (PHY101) and Integrated Circuit Process Principle (EE305).


EE307 Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course explains basic concept of antenna and radio wave propagation. In terms of antenna, it covers basic knowledge of antenna, antenna of single line, traveling wave antenna, frequency-independent antenna, slot antenna and microstrip antenna, mobile phone antenna, direction-finding antenna, surface antenna and new antenna. In terms of radio wave propagation, it covers basic knowledge of radio wave propagation, ground wave propagation, line-of-sight propagation, several common radio wave propagation models and fading channel model, mobile and wireless communication channel measurement and modeling method.


EE308 Optical Fiber Communication Principle and Technology (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course is applicable to the third-year undergraduates majoring in optoelectronics and communication. Through this course, students will be able to master the basic principle and technology of optical fiber communication, learn about various optical fiber communication devices and learn about the knowledge of optical fiber structure, light source, optical power transmission and coupling, optical detection and receiving, wavelength division multiplexing, optical amplifier and nonlinear effect.


EE309 Introduction to Semiconductor Optics (3)
Theory course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Solid-state Electronics (EE203). This course is the core course for optoelectronic information science and engineering specialty, and it is a prerequisite course for optoelectronic technology base, display and lighting technology. It is applicable to the students majoring optoelectronics, physics, material science and engineering. This course explains the optical property of semiconductor (such as transmitted spectrum, reflection spectrum, fluorescence spectrum and complex dielectric function in infrared, visible and near ultraviolet band, and make students clearly and fully understand the basic concept of semiconductor optics and basic physics.


EE310 Laser Principle and Technology (3)
Theory course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. This course is a compulsory course for optoelectronics specialty. It explains laser’s basic principle, theory and application. Through this course, students can (1) learn about  basic knowledge of laser principle, laser characteristics and laser composition; (2) learn about the wave theory in  optical cavity model; (3) master mechanism spectral 1ines broadening, analytical methods of rate equation theory and gain coefficient characteristics of homogeneous broadening and inhomogeneous broadening operation substances; (4) master the characteristics of laser oscillation and learn about the concept of relaxation oscillation and line width.


EE311 Optical Design (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course is the core course for optoelectronic information science and engineering specialty. Prerequisite course: Modern Optics (PHY206). This course explains overview of optical design, optical design of LED chips and packaging, design algorithm of freeform surface optics, application of freeform surface optics in the field of solid-state lighting, LED lighting design, primary aberration theory and aberration calibration, image quality assessment, tolerance analysis, visual optical system design, photographic lens design and optical design of projector, etc.


EE313 Wireless Communication (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course explains basic theory, technical problems, design idea and analytical methods of wireless communication system, including wireless channel model, wireless channel capacity, modulation code technology and diversity processing technology in wireless communication, multiaerial system, multi-carrier modulation, adaptive modulation and coding, spread spectrum communication, cellular system and wireless self-organizing network, etc.


EE314 Communication System Design I (2)
Experiment course, 2 credits (including 2 experiment credits), 4 class hours/week. This course explains basic theory and knowledge of communication system design and focally explains basic principle of digital filter, cellular communication system design, design, application and analysis of low power consumption Bluetooth network and Zigbee network. The specific knowledge points include non-recursive filters (FIR filters), recursive filters (IIR filters), spread spectrum communication, cellular communication system, Bluetooth BLE network and Zigbee network, etc.


EE315 Data Communication and Network (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Fundamentals of Computer Programming (GE105) and Communication Principle (EE206). This course explains the knowledge of physical layer, connection layer, network layer, transport layer, application, communication and network. In this course, students need to learn basic skills of computer network development, installation, setup, data analysis, programming and letter scoring.


EE316 Microwave Engineering (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course includes introduction to basic theory of microwave transmission line, microwave network, basic devices composing of communication system, such as resonator, power divider, coupler, filter, amplifier and mixer, etc.


EE317 Electronics Science Innovation Experiment I (1)
Experiment course, 1 credit (including 1 experiment credit), 2 class hours/week. Those students who select this course need to choose the professors of electronics department as their tutors and engage in scientific research under tutors’ guidance. This course is to cultivate students’ scientific attainment and innovative thinking by letting students participate in the professors’ scientific research, give them an access to world cutting-edge scientific knowledge and learn about advanced scientific research instruments to lay a good foundation for future development.


EE318 Electronics Science Innovation Experiment II (1)
Experiment course, 1 credit (including 1 experiment credit), 2 class hours/week. Those students who select this course need to choose the professors of electronics department as their tutors and engage in scientific research under tutors’ guidance. This course is to cultivate students’ scientific attainment and innovative thinking by letting students participate in the professors’ scientific research, give them an access to world cutting-edge scientific knowledge and learn about advanced scientific research instruments to lay a good foundation for future development.


EE319 Embedded System and Microcomputer Principle (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Fundamentals of Computer Programming (GE105) and Digital Circuit (EE202). This course explains basic organization and structure of computer related to digital system, digital logic, CPU, imported and exported peripheral devices. In this course, students need to learn basic skills of computer network development: assembly language, C Language, HDL language programming, logic circuit realization, embedded system integration and letter scoring.


EE320 Process Practice of Integrated Circuit (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1.5 experiment credits), 4.5 class hours/week. This course explains practical manufacturing process of silicon super-large-scale integrated circuit chips, physical image and measuring method of scientific processes, including CMOS process, photoetching, corrosion, thin film deposition, vacuum technology, ion injection, chemical and physical deposition, plasma technology and thin film analysis, etc.


EE321 Spectrum Technology and Application (3)
Theory course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. This course will systematically explain basic theory, methods and application of modern laser spectroscopy. Its contents are diversified and cover branches of laser spectroscopy. Its teaching content includes introduction, light absorption and divergence, spectrograph, laser spectrum, light source, laser-Raman spectrum, optical pump spectrum, double resonance technology, time-resolved laser spectrum, coherent spectrum, laser spectrum during collision, new progress of laser spectrum and application of laser spectrum, etc.


EE322 Process and Practice of Optoelectronic Device (2)
Theory course and experiment course, 2 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 3 class hours/week. This course explains operating principle, manufacturing process and testing characterization technology of various kinds of optoelectronic devices, such as light emitting diode, solar cell and thin film transistor. Students need to participate in experiments, prepare and characterize various optoelectronic devices.


EE323 Digital Signal Processing (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course explains basic theory and knowledge of digital signal processing, discrete-time signal, z-transform of the system, Fourier transform and quick realization, filter design and power spectrum estimation methods. The specific knowledge points include non-recursive filters (FIR filters), recursive filters (IIR filters), classical PSD estimation, power spectrum estimation of parametric model, wiener filter and adaptive filter, etc.


EE315 Data Communication and Network (3)


EE324 Laser Micro Processing (3)
Theory course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. This course will systematically explain machining process of micro-nano scale materials. It mainly includes the following parts: laser device and optical system with laser ablation theory, laser precision micro processing, basic principle of laser material interaction and its application in multiscale surface modification, time pulse clipping in ultrafast laser manufacturing technology, laser nanometer manipulation, cell and tissue transport, laser synthesis of nanometer materials, ultrafast laser micro-nano structure preparation, micromachining and imaging, mixing laser processed transparent materials, drilling, cutting, welding and marking, etc.


EE401 Cutting-edge Lecture for Modern Electronics Science and Technology III (1)
Theory course, 1 credit, 1 class hour/week. This course is a core course. It explains the cutting-edge progress in the fields of microelectronics science and engineering, optoelectronics science and engineering and communication engineering. It is divided into 9 special lectures. The lecturer should be an academic leader or backbone who has been engaged in scientific research of a certain field for a long time. This course is to expand students’ knowledge and vision, make them learn about the latest progress of relevant disciplines, cultivate innovation spirit, inspire scientific research ideas, deepen the understanding of the role of basic theory learning in scientific research, learn about the general law of scientific research and lay a foundation for the work in future.


EE402 Cutting-edge Lecture for Modern Electronics Science and Technology IV (1)
Theory course, 1 credit, 1 class hour/week. This course is an elective course. It explains the cutting-edge progress in the fields of microelectronics science and engineering, optoelectronics science and engineering and communication engineering. It is divided into 9 special lectures. The lecturer should be an academic leader or backbone who has been engaged in scientific research of a certain field for a long time. This course is to expand students’ knowledge and vision, make them learn about the latest progress of relevant disciplines, cultivate innovation spirit, inspire scientific research ideas, deepen the understanding of the role of basic theory learning in scientific research, learn about the general law of scientific research and lay a foundation for the work in future.


EE403 Introduction to Display and Lighting Technology (2)
Theory course, 2 credits, 2 class hours/week. This course explains advanced technology and current research front including display technology base, liquid crystal display, organic electroluminescence display, display driver, modern semiconductor lighting technology and current research front including GaN epitaxial growth, LED chip, LED packaging and LED application technology, etc.


EE405 Electronics Science Innovation Experiment III (1)
Experiment course, 1 credit, 2 class hours/week. Those students who select this elective course need to choose the professors of electronics department as their tutors and engage in scientific research under tutors’ guidance. This course is to cultivate students’ scientific attainment and innovative thinking by letting students participate in the professors’ scientific research, give them an access to world cutting-edge scientific knowledge and learn about advanced scientific research instruments to lay a good foundation for future development.


EE407 Energy Harvesting Technology (3)
Experiment course, 3 credits, 3 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: University Physics (PHY101), Integrated Circuit Process Principle (EE305) and Fundamentals of Micro Electro Mechanical System (EE306).


EE409 Ultrafast Photonics
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. This course is a key professional course for optical information science and technology specialty. Through this course, students will master the basic knowledge of ultrafast laser pulse, learn about ultrafast laser property and application and further understand the physical concept.


EE411 Informatics and Coding (2)
Theory course, 2 credits, 2 class hours/week. Prerequisite course: Higher Mathematics (I) (GE101), Higher Mathematics (II) (GE102), Linear Algebra I (GE103b) and Probability and Mathematical Statistics (MA204b).


EE417 Communication System Design II (2)
Experiment course, 2 credits, 4 class hours/week. This course explains design of front end device in communication system, including antenna and its array antenna, filter theory and design and optimization theory of microwave device.


EE419 Biosensor (3)
Theory course and experiment course, 3 credits (including 1 experiment credit), 4 class hours/week. Biosensor is a biological sensing element which contains physical or chemical sensor. It is used to detect the existence of biological compound, which plays a critical role in the research on high biotechnology and life science. It is widely applied in medical research, clinical diagnosis, food and environment detection and biotechnology. Through the course notes and experimental course, students can master the fundamental sensing principle and sensing element (chemistry, biochemistry, optics and semiconductor). Students can also learn about multiple application examples combining the sensing principle. This course does not request students to have a biological foundation. Biosensor course will make students better welcome the era of biotechnology and nanotechnology in the near future.