A Letter From The Department Chairman
It’s my privilege to welcome you to the National Sun
Yat-sen University (NSYSU). According to the Times Higher Education, the NSYSU
takes the 62th place in the Asia University Rankings 2015, and the sixth among
the universities in Taiwan. IN QS Top 50 Under 50, for the world’s best
universities less than 50 years, the NSYSU is ranked among 51-60. Compared to
many top universities, the NSYSU is a young medium-sized university, but we are
full of energy and enthusiasm, in pursuit of higher education and knowledge.
Our department of Electrical Engineering was established in
1980, with 34 professors and 14 adjunct professors, is one of the biggest
departments in the NSYSU. We feature seven research areas, including
semiconductor electronics, control systems, computer engineering, power
engineering, EM waves, communication systems, and system-on-chip, and have been
engaged in a great breadth of research themes. From massive MIMO antenna systems
that can be used in the latest 5G smart phones to the innovative
self-injection-locked radar designed as a biomedical sensor to mobile health,
our cutting-edge research is acknowledged worldwide.
Beyond the campus, our department has collaborated with
companies from the Kaohsiung Software Park, Luchu Industrial Park, Tainan
Science Park and many more. Through mutual collaborative programs and technology
transfer, we have implemented our academic research results into practical
industrial products, and provided leading technology to solve tough issues faced
by enterprises. Successful enterprisers are introduced in our campus as
industrial mentors to teach the business savvy. We believe this collaboration
can not only strengthen these companies’ competitiveness and create more jobs,
but also have a prosperous impact on our communities.
International students are welcome in our department of EE.
In the past years, we have hosted the English courses of IMEPE. In the coming
years, more English EE courses will be available. I look forward to seeing you
in person in the new semester.
Chairman of Electrical Engineering Cheng, Chih-Chiang