Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 


Prof. Dr. Ulaş EMİNOĞLU

Head of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department 

 

Description of Electrical & Electronics Engineering:

The Electrical-Electronics Engineering is a branch of engineering covering the production, development, usage and controlling of systems related to the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, planning, construction and operation of all types of electronic, industrial and telecommunication systems.

 

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Target:

The aim of the Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department is to become an Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department, which has earned respectability with its high quality education, researches and applications in its geography and international environment.

 

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Undergraduate Program:

The undergraduate program of Electrical-Electronics Engineering is a 4-year program consisting of 8 semesters of 30 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) each and total of 240 ECTS. 20% of the courses in the department are basic science, 16% general culture, 44% basic electrical-electronics engineering and the remaining 20% ​​are specialized courses.

The Minor Program for Electrical-Electronics Engineering is applied between our department and different departments of our university, while the Double Major Program is applied between our Department and Mechatronics Engineering Department. In addition, our students benefit from student exchange programs in different universities abroad within the framework of “Socrates-Erasmus” and “Mevlana” programs and in our country within the framework of Farabi program.

 

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering:

The education and research activities are carried out by 6 Faculty Members and 4 Research Assistants in Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department. There are 7 departments in the Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department:

• The Circuits and Systems Department,

• The Electrical Machines Department,

• The Electrical Plants Department,

• The Electronics Department,

• The Electromagnetic Fields and Microwave Technique Department

• The Control and Command Department,

• The Telecommunications Department,

The department has 4 classrooms and 4 laboratories (Electronics and Measurement Laboratory, Electrical Machines and Power Electronics Laboratory, Industrial Automation and Robotics Laboratory, Computer Laboratory). Each year 60 new students are enrolled with the university entrance exam on the MF4 score. The number of our undergraduate students is 288 presently.

In addition to educational activities in the department, various activities are carried out within the clubs and communities operating throughout the department and university. In our department, The Ministry of Development, The Ministry of Industry, TUBITAK and The Scientific Research Projects supported projects are carried out.

 

Business Areas of Electrical & Electronics Engineering:

Graduates of the Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering have business opportunity in areas such as electrical energy production, transmission, distribution and management, electronic devices, nanotechnology - micromechanics, system modeling, information technologies, robots, control, telecommunications, lighting interior installation and project, optics, defense and security etc.

 

Mission of Electrical & Electronics Engineering:

The mission of the Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering is to raise the alumni who can be successful in internationally scale, to develop projects accordance with the needs of the country and to perform the scientific searches and to produce science and technologies that will contribute to the power of the state and nation.

 

Vision of Electrical & Electronics Engineering:

The vision of the Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering is to have the standards of education, training, research, student affairs, building infrastructure and working environment, organization structure and operation of international accredited institutions.