The College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) originated from the Department of Electrical Engineering which was founded in 1931. After 89 years of program development and producing more than 10,000 electrical and computer engineering alumni, the College was formally established in 2003.
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|Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering||40|
- Established in 2003
- Outstanding alumni :
◎ Founder of Delta Electronics
◎ Founder of Macronix International
◎ Co-Founder of TSMC
- 2000 graduate students and 1,000 undergraduates
- 300 SCI papers annually
- Graduates are ranked as the most favorable employees by industry
Department of Electrical Engineering
In the eighty-night years since its founding, the department has built an enviable reputation as a center of excellence for teaching and research in the Electrical Engineering field. With a history of outstanding achievement in the academic and industrial sectors, and a strategy of continuous investment in cutting-edge research in the Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering fields, the department is committed to becoming the institutional choice for leading academics, researchers and students not only from Taiwan, but also from all over the world.
NCKU EE Research Topics
Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
The Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE) at National Cheng Kung University is the first high-ranking academic institute in Southern Taiwan. The department began its operation with the establishment of Master’s Degree Program in 1987, followed by its Doctoral Program in 1992. The Undergraduate Program was inaugurated in 1997. The Institute of Medical Informatics (IMI) was founded in 2006. In 2011, the Institute of Manufacturing Information and Systems (IMIS) was integrated into the Department of CSIE. In 2019, the Master’s Degree Program on Artificial Intelligence was established. For a long time, the department has engaged in the research and development of state-of-the-art technologies of Computer Science. The teachers and students have also published a great deal of papers in international journals as well as obtaining many awards and honors in academic performance and tournaments. Moreover, the teachers and students have applied a number of patents and constructed a strong cooperation with the industries.
NCKU CSIE Research Topics
According to the teachers’ expertise and research interests, the research areas and topics of CSIE include Intelligent Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision/Graphics, Speech Recognition, Big Data, Data Mining, Cloud/Edge Computing, Quantum Information, Information Security, Software Technology, Computer and Internet Architecture, Embedded System, VLSI/CAD, Network and Communication, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Information System, E-Manufacturing and Integrated Manufacturing Information Systems. The faculty of CSIE family is composed of CSIE, IMI and IMIS, therefore the teachers can support each other in terms of education and multidisciplinary research. The CSIE focuses on conducting cutting-edge research of Computer Science. The IMI aims at integrating Information Technology with medical research. The IMIS combines Information Technology with Manufacturing Systems in order to meet the increasing demand for high-tech and manufacturing industries.
- MOST AI Biomedical Research Center
- Intelligent Manufacturing Research Center
- Advanced Optoelectronic Technology Center
- Artificial Intelligence for Digital Transformation Research Center
- Center for Research of E-life Digital Technology
- The Electrical and Information Technology and Humanities Research Center
- Green Energy Electronic Research Center
- Power Electronics Fundamental Technology Develop Center
- Center for Intelligent Robotics and Automation
- System-on-Chip Research Center
- Prospective Medical System Center
- BioInfoTronics Research Center
- E-Manufacturing Research Center
- Research Center of Energy Technology for Sustainability
- Heart Science and Medical Devices Research Center