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    About Us

  • The Department of Electronics Engineering was founded in 1997 and the graduate program began in 1999.

  • The research and course work of our department focuses on basic academic training and problem-solving skills in the fields of silicon & III-V semiconductors, wireless communications, medical electronics, and electro-optics.

  • Our department has collaborated with Nan Ya Technology Company, Nan Ya Circuit Board Company, and the electronics division of Formosa Plastics Company. These companies provide opportunities for practical training for senior students. Graduate students are able to join their research projects. Specialists in companies also give lectures to graduate students.

  • In addition, we have joint research projects with Industrial Technology Research Institute, Chung Hua Telecommunications Research Institute, and National Nano Device Laboratory.


  • With "Tapping The Current Development Trend of The International Academic and Engineering World" and "Creating Cutting-edge Academic Domains" as our educational goals, we aim to increase our research and teaching quality through macroscopic and long-term curriculum arrangement and laboratory construction projects.

  • We aggressively inspire students with the idea of "Learning by Doing".

  • Aside from practical courses directly linked to modern engineering technology such as Compound Semiconductors, Optoelectronics Materials, High-Speed Microwave Devices, and Biomedical Electronics, our curriculum also focuses on the training of fundamental subjects such as Contemporary Physics, Biology, Mathematical Methods for Physics, Introduction to Solid State Physics and Quantum Physics, to meet the needs for advanced compounds, optoelectronics, and semiconductor science in the future.

  • This is in the hope that our students will develop their ability to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the properties of compound semiconductor materials and design compound semiconductor devices and systems.

  • We have set our goals to cultivate intellectual young people who are physically and mentally healthy and who will have global prospects, executive capability, cost-conscious minds, and compassionate hearts.


  • To cultivate Electronic engineers who are industrious, humble, and master the theory and the practice.

  • To continue developing the professional capability in electronic engineering and the ability to do research.


  • In addition to pursuing further studies at our school or other domestic and overseas universities, most of our students work for high-tech corporations in Technology Parks upon graduation, such as Hwa-Ya Technology Park or Hsinchu Technology Park.

  • Encourage integrated teams to carry out continued experiments, promote "Topical Studies" and "Case Study" achievements, and encourage participation in off-campus competitions to raise the school's reputation.