The mission of the EECS department in the graduate school is to:
The Department of EECS is composed of four divisions: Division of Electrical Engineering, Division of Electronic Materials and Devices, Division of Circuits and Systems Engineering, and Division of Computer Engineering.
- Foster future researchers and technical experts, through a curriculum of theory and application that develops the ability to solve problems in the areas of EECS.
- Create knowledge of fundamental principles and innovative technologies through research within the areas of EECS.
- Serve the communities in which we live, at local and international levels, by transferring the "technological seeds" born in this department.
- Division of Electrical Engineering
Research and education on power generation/transmission, electrical insulation systems, and advanced functional materials such as conductive polymers and fullerenes
- Division of Electronic Materials and Devices
Research and education on electronic physics of semiconductors, dielectrics, ferroelectrics and magnetic materials; development of electronic devices; and property evaluation
- Division of Circuits and Systems Engineering
Research and education on microwave/millimeter-wave/optical waveguide circuits, optical devices, semiconductor circuits, integrated circuits, micro devices fabricated using MIMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) technology, optimal communication systems, and radio wave absorbing/insulating materials
- Division of Computer Engineering
Research and education in the theories of computing, artificial intelligence, advanced networking, medical engineering, multimedia and signal processing