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School of electronics engineering and computer science

Publish:2013-08-14 15:00:04

Since its establishment, the school of EECS has become an internationally recognized, prestigious education and research organization. The school continuously boasts the best student recruitments, and produces more than 600 excellent graduates (half of them with M.S. and Ph.D. degrees) each year. The school has carried out numerous national key research and development projects. With average total funding of 100 million RMB every year, the school has become an important research driving force in the related fields. We have established numerous collaborations with many renowned universities and famous companies and industrial research labs, both domestically and internationally.
The school now covers four departments: Department of Computer Science and Technology, Department of Electronics, Department of Microelectronics, and Department of Machine Intelligence. Under these four departments are 12 research institutes, which are responsible for research activities and graduate students education. About 400 faculty and staff members work in the school. Among them are 83 full professors, including three members of Chinese Academy of Sciences (one is an adjunct faculty) and one member of Chinese Academy of Engineering. About 3000 students are enrolled in the school. Roughly half of them are enrolled in the undergraduate program, while the others are pursuing graduate degrees.
We have built strong cooperation with many famous academic organizations, e.g., University of California at Berkeley, University of California at Los Angeles, Stanford University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Oxford University, University of Edinburgh, Paris High Division, University of Tokyo, Waseda University.
These cooperation cover most of our research directions: from electronic communication, optical communication, to quantum communication; from computer hardware, software, to network; from micro-electromechanical system to Nano techniques; from machine perception to machine intelligence.
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