Electronic device and photonics engineering

Electronic device and  photonics engineering

Electronic device and  photonics engineering

 Students will learn about the fundamental matters associated with electronic device materials (such as semiconductors, magnets, superconductors, dielectrics, and liquid crystals) and electromagnetic/light waves; they will also master the advanced technologies in devices associated with semiconductor integrated circuits and optoelectronics, which represent one of the current major industries. In addition, the course will develop leading engineers who can succeed in the hardware and software fields, and have mastered the systematized technologies for the development of new functional elements and accompanying electronic devices.

Laboratories

  • Functional Semiconductor Engineering Laboratory
  • Solar Energy Device Laboratory
  • Applied Waveoptics Laboratory
  • Electromagnetic Wave Control Device Laboratory
  • Nano-Micro Sysytem Engineering Laboratory
  • Electroceramics Laboratory
  • Quantum Semiconductor Electronics Laboratory
  • Semiconductor Engineering Laboratory
  • Optical Property and Terahertz Engineering Laboratory
  • Liquid Crystal Device Laboratory
  • Metamaterials Laboratory
  • Extreme Energy-Density Research Institute