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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) - From energy to IT

The mission of the EECS department in the graduate school is to:

  • 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.
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.

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

List of Research Groups