The International Graduate Program of Electrical Engineering, which was set up in 2010, is part of the Department of Electrical Engineering at Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU). The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 1972 with an undergraduate program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science. Graduate programs in Electronic Engineering leading to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy were established later, in 1991 and 1999 respectively. So far, three sessions of classes have been offered each year. In order to strengthen in-service education, increase the overall educational standard, and provide an excellent learning environment, this department also set up an Executive Master Program in 1999.
At present, the department’s student body has more than 500 students in its undergraduate program, 100 students in its master`s program, 60 students in its executive master`s program, and 30 students in its Ph.D. program. Up to 2009, more than 3000 students had graduated from the department’s undergraduate program. From 2005 to 2008, 200 students graduated from its master`s program, and 5 students graduated from its Ph.D. program. Excellent graduates are working in every sector and carrying out substantial roles in the domestic and world-wide electrical and electronic industry.
The department currently has 17 full-time faculty (5 professors, 5 associate professors, 6 assistant professors, and 1 lecturer) and 10 adjunct professors, whose professions cover the following 4 major fields: (1) Power and energy; (2) Intelligent control system; (3) Communication and (3) Electronic circuits. The Department of Electrical Engineering at CYCU has a highly-praised atmosphere of academic study and outstanding research achievements. At present the department is active in the research and development of :
- Green Power
- Electric Machinery
- Power Electronics
- Microelectronic Circuits
- Digital Signal/Image Processing
- Biomedical Signal Processing
- Intelligent control
- Communication theory
- Multi-media signal processing
- Internet and wireless network applications
It not only achieves outstanding performance in these fields but also creates leading technology. The department receive funding of about NT$ 20,000,000 every year and has more than 20 laboratories as well as a Power Technology Research Center. The PTRC was established in 2000, and is supported by major research labs located in the Departments of Electrical Engineering. The mission of the center is to develop power technology for diverse applications by using related methodology.
The department aims at training students to be intellectually, ethically, and professionally capable in the field of electrical engineering, and also at devoting its resources to academic research with the aim of serving the nation and society, and promoting the welfare of human beings. In terms of teaching, the Department of Electrical Engineering strives to balance both theory and practice, to develop independent thinking, innovation, and problem solving ability in students, and to encourage team spirit and respect for the profession; and subsequently lay down the foundation for a lifetime of learning and the ability to face the challenges of the 21st Century. In terms of research and service, the Department of Electrical Engineering strives to devote itself to relevant research fields in electronic engineering, pursue new knowledge, and cooperate with the needs of the nation and society to promote economical development and people`s well-being.
Considering the mission and objectives of the Department, we will adopt the following education targets to implement the teaching of the professional courses so as to cultivate excellent talents in electrical engineering:
Teaching students in using principles in mathematics, science and engineering to solve the problems in electrical engineering.
- Graduates shall be able to analyze and design systems, be familiar with electrical systems, electrical machines, control theory and their applications, as well as the basic professional knowledge of communication systems.
- Graduates shall be familiar with computer application and data structure, electronic circuit courses and shall have ability in software design and application.
- Graduates shall master the knowledge of basic mathematics and physics required for electrical engineering and its application.
- Graduates shall have mathematical ability in linear algebra, numeric method and differential equation.
- Graduates shall have the ability to analyze data and derive results with applied probability and statistics.
- Graduates shall have the ability to design, analyze and integrate the electrical system, electrical machine, control theory and application, communication system and other areas in electrical engineering, and shall understand the social ecology and economic development.
Teaching students in giving full play to their professional skills and make successful career planning.
- Graduates shall have the ability to analyze engineering economics.
- Graduates shall have the ability to prepare plans, execute effective schedule management and implement the engineering plan.
- Graduates shall have communication skills in making oral and written reports.
- Graduates shall understand their responsibilities in professional and ethics.
- Graduates shall have ability in multi-discipline team cooperation.
- Graduates shall understand the importance of life-long learning and be willing to dedicate to learning.
Offering students with extensive education contents that meet the demands of globalization and society.
- Graduates shall recognize their engineering roles in the modern society.
- Graduates shall be able to appreciate culture and art, have basic law knowledge and have a humanistic quality.
- Graduates shall at least use English in areas relating to electrical engineering.
The International Graduate Program of Electrical Engineering is associated with the Electrical Engineering Department at CYCU.
It provides graduate studies at both MS and Ph.D. levels in:
- Power and Energy System
- Communication System
- Intelligent Control System
- Electric Circuits
The program is supported by a series of courses and research projects. These courses are taught by the selected faculty in various departments at CYCU, including Electronic Engineering (EL), Electrical Engineering (EE), Information and Computer Engineering (ICE), and Biomedical Engineering (BE).
Seminars (4 credits each for MS and Ph.D. programs),
Master`s Thesis (6),
Doctoral Dissertation (12)
|Course title (N)||Credits||Type(R/E)||Professor`s name||Offered semester|
|Thesis (M.S.)||3||R||EE Faculty||l||l||l||l|
|Dissertation (Ph.D.)||6||R||EE Faculty||l||l||l||l|
|Course title (N)||Credits||Type(R/E)||Professor`s name||Offered semester|
|Power Quality||3||E||Dr. Jin-Maun Ho||l||l|
|Railway Electro Mechanics||3||E||Dr. Shi-Lin Chen||l||l|
|VLSI Design and Layout Practice||3||E||Dr. Yu-Kuen Lai||l|
|Estimation & Tracking||3||E||Dr. Tan-Jan Ho||l||l|
|CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory (N)||3||E||Dr. Wen-Yaw Chung||l|
|Introduction to Digital ASIC Systems Design||3||E||Dr. Yu-Kuen Lai||l||l|
|Digital Signal Processing||3||E||Dr. Tsan-Ming Wu||l||l|
|Linear System Theory||3||E||Dr. Tan-Jan Ho||l||l|
|Advanced Power Electronics||3||E||Dr.Guan-Chyun Hsieh||l||l|
|Broadband Wireless Networking Architectures and Applications||3||E||Dr.Yao-Jen Chang||l||l|
|Web Service System Design||3||E||Dr.Yao-Jen Chang||l||l|
|Electronic Circuits Design||3||E||Dr. Guan-Chyun Hsieh||l|
|Random Process||3||E||Dr. Jia-Yin Wang||l|
|Applications of Nonlinear Control||3||E||Dr. Chian-Song Chiu||l||l|
|System Identification||3||E||Dr. Shih-Hsiung Twu||l|
|Green Power Project||3||E||Dr. Chun-Yao Lee||l|
|Digital Image Processing||3||E||Dr. Kang-Ping Lin||l||l|
|Digital Communication||3||E||Dr. Wen-Liang Hsue||l||l|
|Protective Relaying||3||E||Dr. Shi-Lin Chen||l|
|Genetic Algorithms & Optimization Principles||3||E||Dr. Ying-Yi Brady Hong||l|
|Fuzzy Neural Network||3||E||Dr. Cheng-Yuan Chang||l|
|Network Systems Design using Network Processor||3||E||Dr. Yu-Kuen Lai||l|
|Analog CMOS Integrated Circuit||3||E||Dr. Chun-Ming Chang||l|
|Power System Operation and Stability||3||E||Dr.Shi-Lin Chen||l||l|
|Liberalization of Electric Power||3||E||Dr.Ying-Yi Brady Hong||l||l|
MS Program-The normal duration for the M.S. program is from 2 year to 4 years. Students, who have successfully completed and passed 30 credits of courses
(including 4 credits of Seminar and 6 credits of Master Thesis) and oral defense for thesis within the stipulated time period, shall receive the M.S. Degree of
this program conferred by the Department of Electrical Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University. More details on this requirement will be available upon request.
Ph.D. Program-The normal duration for the Ph.D. program is 4 years. The general information is as follows:
D.Admission to Candidacy
(a) The dissertation topic must have been selected and approved;
(b) The satisfactory completion of graduate course work as deemed appropriate by the Graduate Committee;
(c) The qualifying examination must have been passed.
Following acceptance, the student will conduct an oral defense of the dissertation before a graduate faculty committee. In order to allow careful and thoughtful evaluation and time for clarification and discussion, it is required that the dissertation be given to the committee no less than 10 days prior to the final exam.
A student who fails the final examination cannot apply for another until a period of six months has elapsed from the date of the original examination. Two failures on the final examination will result in the student being dropped from further consideration as a doctoral candidate.
After a successful defense by the candidate, the dissertation will be endorsed with the signature of the major advisor, and members of the Committee.
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|CHANG, CHUN MING||Professor||
|HONG, YING YI||Professor||
|LIN, KANG PING||Professor||
|CHEN, TE SHING||Instructor||
|CHIU, CHIAN-SONG||Associate Professor||
|HO TAN-JAN||Associate Professor||
|TWU, SHIH HSIUNG||Associate Professor||
|WU, TSAN-MING||Associate Professor||
|HSU, SHIH CHE||Assistant Professor||
|HSUE, WEN-LIANG||Assistant Professor||
|LAI YU-KUEN||Assistant Professor||
|LEE, CHUN-YAO||Assistant Professor||
|WANG, JIA-YIN||Assistant Professor|
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