Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department
The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was one of the first departments to be established in the University. It has its own site on the University campus, with modern buildings and well-equipped laboratories. The Department aims at providing contemporary training in various fields of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and it offers programs of study leading to degrees of Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Master of Science (M.S.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The undergraduate programs in the department are the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Program and Information Systems Engineering Program.
The undergraduate Electrical and Electronic Engineering Program is designed to train students in basic and engineering sciences, convey up-to-date professional knowledge, as well as to encourage individuals to develop confidence in engineering practice. Graduates of the program become a part of highly demanded class of professionals in their native countries. They may choose to continue their studies in the graduate programs of our department or other prominent international universities or pursue a broad range of careers in the field.
The Department offers a wide range of facilities for training and research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The University Library provides the most recent publications as well as the classical textbooks and reference books. It has a good collection of the major international periodicals in almost all fields of Electrical Engineering.
Research interests of the faculty include: mobile communications, indoor wireless local area networks, network and system theory; optimal and inverse optimal control, digital communications, digital signal processing, image processing, adaptive filtering; robotics and control systems, solar energy conversion; computer networks, wireless mobile multimedia systems, software engineering, distance learning; opto-electronics, laser theory, linear systems theory; circuits and systems; microwaves, antennas, numerical electromagnetics, satellite communication systems, modeling of physical systems, robotics and artificial intelligence.