The Department of Electrical Engineering was originally established in 2004, under the name of the graduate school of Applied Electronics Technology (AET). There are three research areas of this department, including System-on-Chip (SOC), Multimedia and Communication, and Intelligent Control and Robotics. To meet the evolving demand of the industry, the department strives to develop innovative technologies as well as practical applications through integration of various disciplines of electrical, electronics, information, and control engineering. Currently, the department has 16 full-time faculty members, and around 190 undergraduate students and 60 mater students. PhD program will be opened for admission in 2018.