Introduction

After being proved by National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) on December 8, 2017. The College of EECS of NCHU was officially established on August 1, 2018. The EECS faculty includes Yushan scholars, and distinguished professors, full-time faculty, adjunct faculty members and lectures.

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Department of Electrical Engineering

The department focuses on cultivating student solid theoretical fundamentals and the hands-on experience to meet industry requirements and to foster industrial development

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Department of Computer Science and Engineering

The department focuses on cultivating versatile IT talents equipped with knowledge in information theory, hardware, software, internet multimedia, and information applications.

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Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering

On the basis of national technology policies and industrial demands, the training offered by the institute emphasizes on developing the ability to analyze and design hardware,etc.

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Graduate Institute of Optoelectronic Engineering

The goal of Graduate Institute of Optoelectronic Engineering is to develop advanced optoelectronic devices and relevant engineering techniques.

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Bachelor Program of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The goal of this Bachelor’s degree program is to cultivate interdisciplinary talents in electrical engineering, computer science, communications and networking technologies. The talents will be all-round as they are equipped with basic theories, practical operation skills, self-challenging inclinations, and lifelong learning abilities. The students in this program will be enrolled and graduated without institutional specialization. Official recruitment will begin in academic year 2020.

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TWISC@NCHU

The mission of TWISC@NCHU is to develop attack-resilient and privacy-preserving mechanisms for protecting critical information infrastructures. We first focus on advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and smart grid, and then gradually expand to the other sectors of critical information infrastructures such as water resources, finance, transportation, etc.

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