Electronic Engineering

The Department of Electronic Engineering has a history of more than 50 years, and its former specialties were semiconductor, radio wave and electronics. With the growing population of both undergraduate and postgraduate students, the department now has a rapid development and covers the disciplines of microelectronic, solid state electronics, optoelectronics, circuits & systems, sensors & actuators. The department looks forward to challenge ahead and becomes more competitive in the university system.

The faculty and research staffs are experts in the fields of electronics, and they provide our students with the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing information age. We make every effort to explore the potential of each student and develop his interests and aspirations. In parallel, our highly successful courses and continuing professional research work supply the need to keep pace with the latest technology.

The teaching programs have been carefully designed with constant revision and enhancement. The syllabus is continually under development and review, in line with the requirements of the latest technological needs of industry. Required courses in the system integrate technological skills with theoretical disciplines, and are designed to help students keep up with technical progresses and applications. As an extension, elective courses offer students with advanced ideas, flexibility and interdisciplinary communications.

With solid foundation and good training in the areas of electrical engineering, the graduates are eligible in the following fields: electronic material, solid state electronics, devices, optoelectronics, integrated circuit design, and sensor application.

Our research groups include Microelectronic and Solid State Electronics, Optoelectronics, Circuits & Systems, and Sensors & Applications. The group members engage in a wide range of research areas such as photonic materials, optoelectronics system, nano-electronics, silicon processing & manufacturing technologies, electronic circuit simulation, IC design, and sensor’s applications, etc. Our team of faculty offers strong support for the research postgraduates. The usual study period is 3 years for a MSc and 5 years for a PhD. Financial support is provided by the Ministry of Education, the National Science Foundation of China, and other research organizations. We also have close contact with the industry which ensures that our research will meet the current needs.

Undergraduate Program
Core Courses
Chinese I~IV
Advanced mathematics I, II, III
Basics and Applications of Computer

General Physics
General Experimental Physics
Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
Quantum Mechanics
Mathematical Methods in Physics
Electrodynamics
Circuit Analysis
Signal and System
Digital Logic Circuit
Analog Electronic Circuit
Experiments of Electronic Circuit
Theory of Microcomputer and Interface technology
Experiments of Microcomputer Interface technology
Engineering & Computer Graphics
High Frequency Electronic Circuit
Data Structure

Laser Theory and Technology
Optoelectronics
Solid State Physics
Semiconductor Physics
Semiconductor Devices
Electronic Materials
EDA Technology
Microelectronics
Theory and Design of Integrated Circuit

Credits Required
120-150

Length of Schooling
Four years

Degree Awarded
Bachelor of Engineering

Postgraduate Program
Core Courses
Quantum Electronics
Numerical Analysis
Semiconductor Physics II
Semiconductor Devices II
Random Processes
Electronic Materials
Microelectronic CAD Technology
Smart Sensor
Digital Image Processing
Advanced Quantum Mechanics
Solid State Physics

Length of Schooling
Two years (MS), Three years (MS)、Three years (Ph.D)

Degree Awarded
Master of Science、Doctor of Philosophy

Contact Information
Department of Electronic Engineering
School of Physics and Technology
Wuhan University
Wuhan 430072
P.R. China
Tel: +86-27-68752969
Fax: +86-27-68752569
Email: huangqj@whu.edu.cn, gjfang@whu.edu.cn