Undergraduate

Courses

  • EE331

    Fundamentals of the 3rd Generation Semiconductors (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE331 Fundamentals of the 3rd Generation Semiconductors (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE203 or EE204. This course starts from the fundamental of the 3rd generation semiconductors. The concepts of typical SiC and GaN devices for solid-state lighting and displays, power electronics, laser diodes and sensors, and visible light communications/interconnections will be introduced. It then introduces the operation principle of wide-band semiconductor devices.

  • EE332

    Digital System Design (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    EE332 Digital System Design (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE202-17. The objective of this course is to introduce a hardware description language (HDL) for the specification, simulation, synthesis and implementation of digital logic systems. The students will have design practice sessions designing and implementing digital logic systems with commercial electronic design automation (EDA) tools.

  • EE401

    Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology III (1)

    Lecture

    1 credits

    1 hours per week

    EE401 Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology III (1)

    Lecture

    1 credits

    1 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course consists of nine lectures on frontiers in Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering. The lectures are given by leading scientists in the relevant fields. The objective of this course is to introduce to the students the new developments in the fields of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering, broadening the students’ knowledge and fostering the students’ innovative spirit.

  • EE402

    Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology IV (1)

    Lecture

    1 credit

    1 hour per week

    EE402 Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology IV (1)

    Lecture

    1 credit

    1 hour per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course consists of nine lectures on frontiers in Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering. The lectures are given by leading scientists in the relevant fields. The objective of this course is to introduce the students to new developments in the fields of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering, broadening the students’ knowledge and fostering the students’ innovative spirit.

  • EE403

    Introduction to Display and Lighting Technologies (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE403 Introduction to Display and Lighting Technologies (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE204. The purpose of this course is to introduce advanced display technologies including display optics, liquid-crystal displays, organic light-emitting displays, thin-film-transistor driving technologies, etc. Cutting-edge research on display will also be covered. And to introduce current lighting technologies with particular emphasis on LED and OLED lighting technologies, including GaN epitaxial growth, LED chip, LED packaging, LED application technologies, etc.

  • EE405

    Advanced Electronic Science Experiment III (1)

    Experiment

    1 credit

    2 hours per week

    EE405 Advanced Electronic Science Experiment III (1)

    Experiment

    1 credit

    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.

  • EE407

    Energy Harvesting Technologies (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE407 Energy Harvesting Technologies (3)

    Lecture

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Introduction to MEMS (EE306). This course introduces energy harvesting technology for wireless electronics. This course will introduce the energy conversion technologies such as piezoelectric, electrostatic and electromagnetic methods for vibration energy harvesting, thermoelectric materials for energy harvesting from heat flow, thin film solar cells and bio-materials for energy harvesting. In addition, this course will also cover the topics on the application of energy harvesting devices, such as the electronic system, RF ID and embedded sensor nodes with the energy harvesters.

  • EE409

    Ultrafast Photonics (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE409 Ultrafast Photonics (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course is the core course for students in Optoelectronics Science and Technology. Students will learn the basic principle of ultrafast short pulse, learn and cultivate the ability to analyze and solve the problems in the field of ultrafast photonics, and develop an in-depth understanding of their physical concepts.

  • EE411

    Information Theory and Coding (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    EE411 Information Theory and Coding (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    2 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: MA212. This course introduces probability review, entropy, relative entropy, mutual information, chain rules, inequalities, AEP, The Kraft inequality, optimal codes, Huffman codes, entropy rate, discrete channels, channel coding theorem, Gaussian channels, rate distortion theory, linear block codes, cyclic codes, BCH codes, Hamming codes, convolutional codes, Viterbi decoding algorithm.

  • EE415

    Advances in Micro Energy and Micro Systems (2)

    Lecture with experiments

    2 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE415 Advances in Micro Energy and Micro Systems (2)

    Lecture with experiments

    2 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course bases on the theory of energy transform and principle of sensors, focuses on the capability of self-study, and introduces the state-of-the-art of the micro energy and micro systems. With lab practice, students will learn the fabrication process of micro systems and sensors, hence better mastering the knowledge of micro systems.

  • EE417

    Communications System Design II (2)

    Experiment

    2 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE417 Communications System Design II (2)

    Experiment

    2 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE206, EE307, EE316. This course covers the design techniques of front-end devices in a communication system. It mainly includes antenna and antenna array design, filter theory and optimization techniques for microwave devices.

  • EE419

    Biosensors (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    EE419 Biosensors (3)

    Lecture and experiment

    3 credits

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Biosensors are devices that combine a biologically sensitive element with a physical or chemical transducer to detect the presence of specific biological compounds, and play a key role in advancing biotechnology and life science research. They are applied in medical research and clinical diagnosis, food and environmental testing, and biotechnology applications. Through this course, students will learn the basic sensing principles and sensing elements (chemical, biochemical, optical, semiconductor) through series of lectures and labs. Students will also learn various application examples associated with those sensing principles. This course will better prepare students for the up-and-coming biotechnology and nanotechnology era. No prior knowledge or experience in biology is required.

  • EE423-14

    Pattern Recognition (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    EE423-14 Pattern Recognition (3)

    Lectures and Labs

    3 credits ( including 1 lab credit )

    4 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE323, EE326. Course Learning Objectives: By the end of this class, students would:

    • Derive and implement Bayes Decision Theory.
    • Perform Parametric and Non Parametric Density Estimation.
    • Design Linear Classifiers for separable and non-separable patterns.
    • Implement classifiers using neural networks.

    Furthermore, students can apply pattern recognition theory to various topics.

  • EE427

    Principle of Remote Sensing (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    32 hours

    EE427 Principle of Remote Sensing (2)

    Lecture

    2 credits

    32 hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE323, EE326. Objective: The course introduces the principles of remote sensing: physical principles of the visible, infrared and microwave section of the electromagnetic spectrum, remote sensing platforms and sensors, data acquisition and processing, image processing and analysis, remote sensing applications such as environmental monitoring, security, biomedicine, robot sensing, sensing networks

    Prerequisites: Signal Processing, Calculus

  • EE429

    Image and Video Processing (3)

    Lecture and Laboratories

    3 credits

    4 hours pre week

    EE429 Image and Video Processing (3)

    Lecture and Laboratories

    3 credits

    4 hours pre week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: EE205, MA103A, MA212. This course emphasizes the concepts of image and video, the principles of image processing. The courses will include the basic concepts of image and video processing, the basic operations, morphological image processing, color image synthesis and processing, image segmentation and its applications in medical imaging, human vision system, image and video compression, video encoding and decoding, video structure and international standards of image and video compression such as JPEG2000, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-7, and H26x etc.

  • EE431

    BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip (3)

    Lecture class

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    EE431 BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip (3)

    Lecture class

    3 credits

    3 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    The field of BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip has seen tremendous growth in the past several years. The Lab-on-a-Chip concept and its advantages will be introduced.  Various microfabrication techniques that are commonly used in BioMEMS device fabrications will be taught.  Microfluidics, which is the foundation for most of the applications, will be covered flowed by the various chemical and biomedical applications such as separation, minimally invasive diagnosis tools, implantable devices, drug delivery, and microsystems for cellular studies and tissue engineering.  Students will gain a broad perspective in the area of miniaturized systems for biomedical and chemical applications.

  • EE470

    Industrial practice (2)

    Practice

    2 credits

    16-18 hours per week(3rd year)

    EE470 Industrial practice (2)

    Practice

    2 credits

    16-18 hours per week(3rd year)

    Curricula Introduction:

    It will last 4 to 6 weeks’ time, and takes 16-18 hours per week. That is to say, to accomplish this course, you must spend at least 64 hours on your working site. This course is co-supervised by tutors from the department, and the company, where you actually learn. In this course, you are expected to use what you learned at class, to meet the actual need you confront in the real life. Assessment of this course is based on attendance, operation and the report you fill.

  • EES101

    Brief Introduction of “Creative Electronic Design I” (1)

    Lecture and experiment

    1 credits

    6 hours per week

    EES101 Brief Introduction of “Creative Electronic Design I” (1)

    Lecture and experiment

    1 credits

    6 hours per week

    Curricula Introduction:

    Prerequisites: PHY105B. All kinds of dazzling little gadgets in the electronic market make our life more colorful, but how these products are made? The professors and engineers in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering will lead you to the magical and wonderful electronics world. This course is open to first-year students, lectures about the department introduction and research topics will be delivered by professors, students who take this course will enter teaching labs to do experiments and little projects under the direction of engineers.

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