Electricity and Materials Engineering Course Doctoral Programs

Electricity and Materials Engineering course
Integrating the energy, information, and materials that form the basis for science and technology with the aim of developing composite technologies and high-performance materials
Modern science and technology has become increasingly complex—with better performance, more functionality, and higher intelligence—as it develops to support ever-improving standards of human welfare. Fundamentally, these advances are built on energy, electronics, devices, information communications, materials, and other elements that represent the integration of electrical and electronics engineering with materials engineering to develop innovative technologies.
The Electricity and Materials Engineering doctoral course is designed to train professionals who will be involved in research and development of the sophisticated composite technologies and high-performance materials that will form the core technologies of the future through the integration of these basic elements. For this reason, the four key areas of study in this program are Electric and Electronic Systems Engineering, Information and Communications Systems Engineering, Material Process and Device Engineering, and High-performance Material Development Technologies.
Our program gives students full access to state-of-the-art research and testing facilities where they can work under faculty teams active in frontline research activities. This seamless one-on-one educational style effectively develops sophisticated expert knowledge, problem-solving ability, presentation skills, and communication skills in electricity and materials, allowing us to turn out advanced specialist engineers and researchers able to independently carry out cutting-edge research and development in electric and materials engineering.

Key coursework

Electric and Electronic Systems Engineering
Students in this area study and research innovative systems that integrate electronics technologies into the essential core technologies for generating, transmitting, converting, controlling, and using electric power as well as other applied technologies
like instrumentation technology, control engineering, ultrasonics, microwave engineering, laser engineering, radiation technology, and medical electronics. More specifically, Electric and Electronic Systems Engineering coursework consists of Electric Power Engineering (covering technologies related to electric and natural power), Electric and Electronic Systems Engineering (covering the electric and electronic device systems, applied systems for static electricity, and others among the various systems that utilize electrical energy), Electric and Electrical Instrumentation Engineering (covering applied measurement systems that make use of signals—like ultrasonic waves, microwaves, light waves, and radiation—through the combination of electric and electronic measurement fundamentals with other computer devices), and Applied Electronics (covering the application of control technologies from an industrial perspective as well as the application of ultrasonic waves, radio waves, microwaves, light waves, radiation, and so on as processing technologies and in medical applications).
Information and Communications Systems Engineering
In this area, students study and research information and communication systems that include the ability to transmit, convert, process, store, and search data, voice, images, and other forms of information as well as artificial intelligence technologies. Specifically, Information and Communications Systems Engineering coursework consists primarily of Computer Engineering (covering computational hardware and software), Information Transmission Technology (covering new media communication methods such as optical, mobile, and satellite communications), and Communication Systems Engineering (covering signal conversion, exchange, processing, and other communication processing technologies as well as technologies that allow us to build and operate LAN, VAN, and other communication systems of various sizes).
Material Process and Device Engineering
In this area, students study and research the properties of electric and electronic materials and their associated processing technologies, utilization technologies, and material testing methods. Specifically, Material Process and Device Engineering coursework consists primarily of Electric and Electronic Materials Science (covering the basic properties and process technologies associated with electric and electronic materials—conductors, semiconductors, dielectrics, magnetic materials, superconductors—as well as the usage technologies that include their composites), and Electronic Device Engineering (covering the properties and functions of the various electronic devices—including new devices—that use optical electronics, bioelectronics, superconductors, and so on as well as their composites).
High-performance Material Development Technologies
In this area, students study and research the basic chemistry involved in the development of high-tech materials as well as the development of high-performance, highly functional inorganic, organic, and composite materials and biofunctional materials. High-performance Material Development Technologies coursework also covers the manufacturing methods, structural properties, and processing technologies associated with these materials.