Undergraduate

Courses

  • EE308

    Fiber Communication Principles and Techniques (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE308 Fiber Communication Principles and Techniques (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course is suitable for optoelectronics, communications undergraduate year 3 undergraduate. Through this course, students will master the basic principles and techniques of optical fiber communication, understanding the various components related to optical fiber communication. They will learn about fiber structure, light source, optical power transmission and coupling, optical detector receives, WDM, optical amplifiers, and nonlinear effects of such knowledge .

  • EE309

    Introduction to Semiconductor Optics (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE309 Introduction to Semiconductor Optics (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course is one of the core courses for students with a major in Optoelectronic Information Science and Technology. It is a prerequisite for Optoelectronic Technology, Display and Lighting Technology. This course is also suitable for students of physics and Materials Science. The aim of this course is to introduce the optical properties of semiconductors, e.g., the spectra of transmission, reflection and luminescence, or of the complex dielectric function in the infrared, visible and near-ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum. We want to evoke in the reader a clear and intuitive understanding of the physical concepts and foundations of semiconductor optics and of some of their numerous applications. To this end, we try to keep the mathematical apparatus as simple and as limited as possible in order to not conceal the physics behind mathematics.

  • EE310

    Principles and Technologies of Lasers (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE310 Principles and Technologies of Lasers (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course should be taken by everyone in Optoelectronics Science and Technology, as it includes the basic principles of lasers, mechanisms and applications. After the completion of this course, students should know the following items: (1) The basic knowledge, characteristics, and the components of lasers, (2) The ray and wave propagation theory for cavities (3) Line broadening mechanisms, the analysis method of the rate equation, and the characteristics of gain coefficient for various kinds of materials, (4) The oscillation characteristics of a laser, the relaxation oscillation frequency and linewidth of lasers etc.

  • EE311

    Optical Design (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE311 Optical Design (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This is a core course for the Major of Optical Information Science and Engineering. This course mainly introduces the introduction of optical design, optical designs for LED chip and package, algorithms of freeform optics, freeform optical design for solid state lighting, LED illumination design, primary aberration theory and aberration correction, image evaluation, tolerance analysis, design for visual optical system, design of photographic lens, and design of projector optical system.

  • EE313

    Wireless Communications (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE313 Wireless Communications (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE206. The purpose of this course is to introduce fundamental principles and technical challenges underlying wireless communications, including wireless channel characteristics, wireless channel capacity, digital modulation/detection and coding over wireless channels, diversity, multiple antennas and space-time communications, multicarrier modulation, adaptive modulation and coding, spread spectrum, cellular systems, Ad Hoc wireless networks, etc.

  • EE314

    Communications System Design I (2)

    Experiment

    2 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE314 Communications System Design I (2)

    Experiment

    2 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE313. The purpose of this course is to introduce fundamental principles and concepts for the design of communication systems and networks, including digital filters (FIR filters and IIR filters), spread spectrum, cellular communication systems, Bluetooth BLE networks, Zigbee networks, etc.

  • EE316

    Microwave Engineering (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE316 Microwave Engineering (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE104, EE201-17, EE208. This course covers the fundamental theory of microwave transmission line and network. It also introduces the basic components in a communication system, including resonator, power divider, directional coupler, filter, amplifier, mixers and so on.

  • EE317

    Advanced Electronic Science Experiment I (1)

    Experiment

    1 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE317 Advanced Electronic Science Experiment I (1)

    Experiment

    1 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Students who take this elective course first need to select a professor of from EE department as his/her supervisor, and conduct scientific research under that professor’s supervision. This course aims to improve students’ scientific literacies and innovation abilities by taking part in scientific research, guided by the professors. Meanwhile, through this course, students are expected to lay a good foundation for their future development by learning cutting-edge scientific knowledge and working on advanced scientific instruments.

  • EE318

    Advanced Electronic Science Experiment II (1)

    Experiment

    1 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE318 Advanced Electronic Science Experiment II (1)

    Experiment

    1 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Students who take this elective course first need to select a professor of from EE department as his/her supervisor, and conduct scientific research under that professor’s supervision. This course aims to improve students’ scientific literacies and innovation abilities by taking part in scientific research, guided by the professors. Meanwhile, through this course, students are expected to lay a good foundation for their future development by learning cutting-edge scientific knowledge and working on advanced scientific instruments.

  • EE320-15

    Integrated Circuit Fabrication Laboratory (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4.5 hours per week

    EE320-15 Integrated Circuit Fabrication Laboratory (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4.5 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE204. This lecture focuses on the basic features of silicon integrated circuits manufacturing, including their distinctions and common underlying principles, such as: CMOS Technology, lithography, etching, various deposition techniques, vacuum technology, evaporation, ion implantation, epitaxy, chemical vapor deposition, plasma, film analysis.

  • EE321

    Spectral Technology and Application (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE321 Spectral Technology and Application (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course introduces the basic theory, methods and application of spectral technology and covers a wide range of branches in spectral technology. The main areas of the course are: introduction, light absorption and distribution, spectrograph, laser light sources, nonlinear laser spectroscopy, laser Raman spectroscopy, optical pumping and double resonance technology, time-resolved spectra, coherent spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy in collision, new developments in laser spectroscopy, applications of laser spectroscopy, etc.

  • EE322

    Optoelectronics Devices Fabrication Laboratory (2)

    Lecture and experiment

    2 credits

    3 hours per week.

    EE322 Optoelectronics Devices Fabrication Laboratory (2)

    Lecture and experiment

    2 credits

    3 hours per week.

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE204. The purpose of this course is to introduce the working mechanisms, fabrication and characterization technologies of various optoelectronics devices like light-emitting diodes, solar cells, thin-film transistors, etc. Laboratory course requiring hands-on work in fabricating LEDs, OPVs and TFTs. Process modules including photolithography, etching, spin-coating, sputtering, evaporation, plasma enhanced chemical-vapor deposition will be covered. Student will also learn to characterize fabricated devices.

  • EE323

    Digital Signal Processing (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE323 Digital Signal Processing (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE205.The purpose of this course is to introduce fundamental principles and concepts in the area of digital signal processing, including z-transformation, fast Fourier transformation, digital filters (FIR filters and IIR filters), classical and parametric power spectrum estimation, Wiener filtering, adaptive filtering, etc.

  • EE324

    Laser Microfabrication (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE324 Laser Microfabrication (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course introduces the process control in laser material processing for the micro and nanometer scale. The main contents include the following parts: the theory of laser ablation; laser devices and optical systems for laser precision microfabrication; fundamentals of laser-material interaction and application to multiscale surface modification; temporal pulse tailoring in ultrafast laser manufacturing technologies; laser nanosurgery, manipulation, and transportation of cells and tissues; laser synthesis of nanomaterials; ultrafast laser micro- and nanostructuring; micromachining and patterning; hybrid laser processing of transparent materials; drilling, cutting, welding, marking and microforming.

  • EE325

    Nonlinear Optimization Techniques for Electrical Engineering (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits (including 1 lab credit)

    4 hours per week

    EE325 Nonlinear Optimization Techniques for Electrical Engineering (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits (including 1 lab credit)

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: MA102B, MA103A.This course addresses concepts in nonlinear optimization with illustrations and examples in electrical applications. We introduce classical optimization methods. We include topics in unconstrained/constrained and gradient-based/non-gradient optimization approaches. The course also addresses recent advances in modeling and optimization of research relevant to electrical engineering. These include knowledge based methods such as surrogate and Space Mapping (SM) optimization and global optimization approaches such as particle swarm optimization (PSO). The examples and projects mainly focus on applications relevant to electrical engineering.

  • EE326

    Digital Image Processing (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    EE326 Digital Image Processing (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE205.

    • Develop an overview of the field of image processing.
    • Understand the fundamental algorithms and how to implement them.
    • Prepare to read the current image processing research literature.
    • Gain experience in applying image processing algorithms to real problems.

  • EE327

    Fundamentals of Information Optics (3)

    Lecture with experiments

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE327 Fundamentals of Information Optics (3)

    Lecture with experiments

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE205. The course starts from two-dimensional Fourier transform and the Fourier analysis of a 2D linear system.  The basic concept of optics will then be re-introduced from the wave-optics point of view, which covers the basic law of wave diffraction in free space. Emphasis will be on the computer simulation of wave propagation and wave modulation. As the mathematical tool, Fourier transform will be heavily used throughout the course, and a systematic method will be established for the analysis of a general imaging system in both spatial and spectral domain for either coherent or incoherent light illumination. Several important techniques such as holography, phase contrast imaging, will be discussed in length. The trend and the latest progress in the field of the unconventional imaging will be highlighted in the end.

  • EE329

    Liquid Crystal Optoelectronics (2)

    Lecture with experiments

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE329 Liquid Crystal Optoelectronics (2)

    Lecture with experiments

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE303. This course starts from the polarization of optical waves, and then introduces the fundamentals of liquid crystals, light propagation and scattering in anisotropic materials, theory of elastic deformation of liquid crystals, etc. With lab practice, students will learn the fabrication process, optoelectronic properties characterization and performance testing, hence better mastering the knowledge of liquid crystals.

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