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Institute of Electronics Engineering

Institute of Electronics Engineering 

 

Brief Introduction

 

Situated in the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the Institute offers a complete degree program including the masters  and doctorate degree. International students  interested in  applying for  to our degree program, please visit the following website: http://oga.nthu.edu.tw/index.php?lang=en

 

Special Features

 

Research Area

VLSI Devices and Processes

Nanoelectronic Materials and Devices

Optoelectronic Devices and IC’s

Semiconductor Power Devices

Bioelectronic Devices and IC’s

MEMS Devices and IC’s

High-speed/High-f Devices and IC’s

Soft Electronics

 

Faculty and Staff

 

CHIU, Po-Wen Professor, Technical University of Munich (Germany) Carbon nanotubes, Nanoelectronics, Low-dimensional physics, Spintronics
CHANG, Meng-Fan Associate Professor  Ph.D., National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; M.S., Penn State University(U.S.A.), Memory circuit design, Low-power & low-voltage circuit designs, Nano-scale circuit designs, Design for manufacturing
CHANG, Mi-Chang Professor  Ph.D., University of Illinois ( U.S.A.), Electronic Circuit Design, Integrated Circuit and System, Computer Aided Design
CHEN, Hsin Associate Professor  Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, U.K. (2004), Analog VLSI design, Probabilistic neural computation in VLSI, Neuromorphic engineering, biomedical chips
CHENG Keh-Yung  Professor  Ph.D., Standford University,  Semiconductor material and device
HORNG, Sheng-Fu Professor  Ph.D., Princeton University (U.S.A.) Ultra-fast Opto-electrical Measurement, MBE, E-beam Lithography, 2-D Semiconductor Devices and Physics, Sub-minimeter Spectroscopy.
HSIEH, Kuang-Chien Professor  Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign(UIUC) Compound Semiconductor materials and optoelectronics materials growth and device processing material/Device characterization
HSU, Shuo-Hung Professor  Ph.D., Department of EECS, University of Michigan (2003) MMIC/RFIC; High-speed Device Characterization and Modeling; Low-frequency Noise Measurement and Analysis; High Power, High Temperature Devices and Circuits
HSU, Yung-Jane Professor  Ph.D., National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C. (1989) Advanced Silicon Devices and Materials, High Frequency IC, Signal Conditioning IC
HUANG, Chih-Fang  Associate Professor  Ph.D., School of ECE, Purdue University) High Power Devices and ICs, High Power RF Devices and ICs, Wide Bandgap Semiconductors
KING, Ya-Chin Professor  Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley( U.S.A.) Non-Volatile Memory, CMOS Image Sensor
LIEN, Chen-Hsin Professor  Ph.D. in Physics, Ohio State University(U.S.A.) (1982) Non-Volatile Memory, CMOS Power Devices, Semiconductor Devices
LIN, Chrong-Jung Professor  Ph.D., National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Memory、Power Devices、CMOS Devices
LIU, Yi-Chun Assistant Professor  Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, Analog IC design, RF/THz devices, Circuits and systems, Ultra low power wireless circuits and systems, Reconfigurable radio
LU, shiang-cheng Professor  Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University (U.S.A.) CMOS microsensors, Microelectromechanical systems, Control systems
TSENG, Shiao-Ming  Associate Professor  Ph.D. in E.E., Purdue University, U.S.A.(1990) Optic Fiber Applications, Microelectronics
WU, Meng-Chyi Professor  Ph.D. in E.E., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, R.O.C. (1986) III-V Compound Semiconductors, Epitaxy, Optoelectronic Devices
WU, Yu-Shu Professor  Ph.D. California Institute of Technology,U.S.A. (1987) Theory of graphene or semiconductor based nanostructures/nanodevices, quantum computing/communications
YANG, Ya-Tang Assistant Professor  Ph.D., California Institute of Technology) Bio-MEMS, Nano Optical Manipulation
YEH, Jer-Liang Professor  Ph.D., Cornell University (U.S.A.) Solar energy, Optofluids, Ambient Sensors
 

 

Curriculum

 

Courses offered in this Institute

Seminar (Graduate, 1 credit hour, every semester)

Solid State Physics I(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Quantum Mechanics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Integrated Optics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Light-Emitting Diodes(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Physics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Lasers(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Theory of many-electron systems(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Device Electronics for I.C. (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Design of Semiconductor Devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

High Speed Semiconductor Devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Solar Cells(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Compound semiconductors and devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Microwave Devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Power Devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Measurement and Characterizations(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Semiconductor Memories(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Microelectronic Engineering (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Microelectronic Engineering Laboratory(Graduate, 2 credit hours, once a year)

Thin Film Process(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Introduction to Organic Semiconductor(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Analog Circuit Design (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Digital Integrated Circuits(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Analysis and Design of Microwave Circuits(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

CMOS Image Sensor(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

System Microfluidics for biochips(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Design(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year)

Solid State Physics (II) (Graduate, 3 credit hours, subject to the course opened or not)

Nanoelectronics and Quantum Transport (Graduate, 3 credit hours, subject to the course opened or not)

Advanced Semiconductor Physics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, subject to the course opened or not)

Low-Dimensional Semiconductor Physics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, subject to the course opened or not)

Physics of Nanoscale CMOS Devices(Graduate, 3 credit hours, subject to the course opened or not)

     Flash Memories(Graduate, 3 credit hours )

 

Graduate Requirements

 

For Master degree students, 26credit hours and a thesis

For Ph.D. degree students, 18 credit hours and a dissertation 

 

Financial Aids

 

For school scholarship information, please kindly link to http://oga.nthu.edu.tw/cont.php?id=93&m=m26&mm=mm41&tc=5&lang=en

 

Contact Information

For information specifically related to the Institute of Electronics Engineering, please contact

Director: CHIU, po-wen  E-mail: pwchiu@ee.nthu.edu.tw

Secretary: LEE, wei-chi  E-mail: eneoffice@ee.nthu.edu.tw

Secretary: LIAO, jui-chu  E-mail: noney@ee.nthu.edu.tw

 

For further information on the Institute, you can also link to http://ene.web.nthu.edu.tw/files/11-1238-10451.php?Lang=zh-tw

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