The department offers about 100 different courses in
four main areas: Control Systems, Electronics, Image
processing, and Telecommunications. Courses are
mainly given to students in the masters programs
of: Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering (Y),
Computer Science and Engineering (D), and Information
Technology (IT). Nevertheless a large number
of students in other programs, such as the Master of
Science in Engineering, the Bachelor of Science in
Engineering and other Master's Programs, are taking
our courses as well.
Our courses typically cover theory but they also put strong emphasis on engineering skills like problem solving, experimental laboratory work, and sometimes complete projects including construction.
Student OfficeYou can find the departments student office in the B-building close to Café Java, D-corridor, entrance 27.
During terms Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 12:30-13:15.
Questions regarding Master Thesis work -> firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last updated: 2015-05-25