Electronics and communication technologies have penetrated every walk of today’s lifestyle from home appliances to smart phones, from computers to artificial intelligent robots, and from electric cars to autonomous vehicles.
The graduate program is designed to strike a balance between theoretical and laboratory experience and to impart a fundamental and practical understanding of the principles required for a successful career in electronics and communications engineering.
The research interests of the faculty members encompass a wide area of applied and fundamental aspects of electronics and communication engineering including next generation communications,
wireless technologies, RF engineering, photonics, electronic circuits, and semiconductors.
The department offers Master and Ph.D. courses in electronics and communications engineering.
Areas of Specialty
- Marine Communication System and Radar Engineering
- Neural Network and Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Networks and Mobile Computing
- Microwave and Antenna
- Semiconductor Devices and Sensors
- Photonics and Optical Communication
- Next Generation Communication and Signal Processing