As compared with the departments having a specialized program for electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science, the Department of Engineering Science offers the discipline underpinning all modern engineering practice. Students of our department develop a broad view of the subject to accomplish system integration, but can also choose from a very wide range of specialist options including computer engineering, control engineering, applied mechanics and so on.
Our department comprises of five research groups (and their research fields as listed below) that are responsible for undergraduate teaching, graduate student affairs, and research.
A.Electrical Control and Communication: electronic design automation, automatic control, and communication and signal processing.
B.Computer Science and Its Applications: software engineering, artificial intelligence, real-time computing, computer networking, and multimedia applications.
C.Quantum Computing: quantum technology, quantum informatics, quantum control, and quantum biology.
D.Applied Mechanics: system in package (SiP), thermo-fluid sciences, solid mechanics, and system simulation.
E.System Integration, Nano and Bio Technology: micro/nano-technology, semiconductor manufacturing, electronic packaging, microfluidics, nano-mot-motor (NMM), microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), biochip, and optoelctronics.