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Research Overview


The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a newly established department resulting from the merger of two departments, namely the Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) and the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering (EIE).

To enhance its research vitality, the Department actively engages a diverse range of stakeholders, including industry collaborations, commercialization efforts, consultancy services, and interdisciplinary research. This approach is supported by a long-term sustainability strategy and dedicated policy mechanisms. The Department is committed to providing comprehensive support to all members of the research community, enabling them to undertake intellectually rigorous research that yields tangible societal benefits across various domains, such as the economy, health, public policy, and the environment. By embracing sustainability and inclusivity in research practices, the Department is well-prepared to address future challenges and make significant contributions to society.

The Department also closely aligns with the University's strategic direction, which emphasizes the promotion of impactful research. A key criterion for assessing research performance is the encouragement of staff members to publish their papers in top-tier research journals. Additionally, staff members are actively encouraged to participate in flagship research conferences relevant to their fields of study, allowing them to showcase their research achievements. Open competitions and exhibitions are also encouraged as platforms for highlighting the Department's work. These efforts have resulted in increased international recognition and visibility for the department's research, contributing to its growing reputation and impact.

Through its commitment to impactful research, publication in prestigious journals, participation in renowned conferences, and showcasing research through competitions and exhibitions, the Department continues to advance its research endeavours, further solidifying its position as a leading institution in the field of electrical and electronic engineering.

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