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Brief Introduction School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Shanghai Institute of Technology (SIT) is composed by four specialties: Electrical Engineering and Automation, Automation, Electronics and Information engineering, and Sino-US cooperation subject-Electrical Engineering and Automation.
Brief Introduction School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering currently has a high-level academic, teaching and experienced staff. There're 62 members in the school, including 49 full-time teachers-8 professors, 14 associate professors, and 9 teachers with doctoral degrees. The school now has an enrollment of 1080 full- time degree candidates.
Brief Introduction The school efforts to train students to be spirit-innovative, ability-practical field-based high-level engineers with a global vision. Regional economic and social development services, based in Shanghai, the country, meet the social demands for talent production field engineers, achieved good results. In recent years, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the employment rate of graduates each year has remained at 98%, and professional counterparts in the employment rate of 90%.
Brief Introduction The school attaches great importance to scientific research, according to "Do something, Do certain things" approach, in basic research and applied technology research to applied technology research-based, taking into account basic research, especially for the major characteristics of the College support, commitment to a group of high-level scientific research projects and achieved good results. In recent years, research funding increased year by year, published in various publications, has a certain impact on the amount of research or teaching and research papers, EI, SCI included more than 50 papers, has won awards at provincial level or above than 10 items. In the school-enterprise cooperation, the school building on the positive in metallurgy, chemical industry, construction, electricity, environment, food, aerospace, electronics, transportation, marine and other fields take a number of research projects have a major impact, and establish a good reputation.
To develop supporting skills in critical thinking, problem solving, independent learning, and teamwork. This is achieved though the university writing requirement, the departmental oral presentation requirement, challenging courses with open-ended problems, the compulsory independent research project, and team projects to solve a difficult design problem. To acquire and apply core disciplinary knowledge. This is achieved through a rigorous set of courses within the Electrical Engineering Department, including an open-ended design course and a required independent research project. Goal of Undergraduate Program Background To acquire core background knowledge in science and mathematics. is a Design Digital Content & Contents mall developed by Guild Design Inc. Discipline Skills
Features Training in engineering fundamentals Exposure to modern applications and recent research results Participation in independent study /research Required completion of some courses from a wide range of elective courses in libraries BachelorofScienceBachelorofScience Our School offers a four-year degree program leading to Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. The program has some distinctive features which combines:
Program These features are designed to prepare our graduates to excel both in engineering innovation and in life-long learning. The program also offers outstanding preparation for professions in business, finance, government, law, and medicine. The Department draws students from across China and around the world. A key feature of the program is the opportunity to participate in research, either with a project of your own design or a project in a faculty member’s research laboratory. Students may enroll in independent research as early as the sophomore year. The Department provides space and has a dedicated fund to support student independent projects. The Department also has funds available to support students attending domestic engineering conferences, whether to present research results or simply to take advantage of valuable professional development opportunities.
Curriculum Freshman Sophomore Senior Junior The first year of the Electrical Engineering program begins with the foundational mathematics and science requirements for all engineering school students: mathematics courses (differential calculus, integral calculus, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, and an upper-level math elective); physics courses (mechanics, electricity); and course on computer programming. Students embark on a rigorous plan of study to acquire mastery of core knowledge in electrical engineering. The program begins with a set of unifying foundation courses (information, circuits, devices and digital logic). The intent of these courses is to provide essential knowledge for upper-level elective courses and to expose majors to the breadth of the discipline. Students build upon this foundation with two core preparatory and design courses, followed by a set of department electives in a concentration area of the student’s choice. Areas of possible concentration range from theoretical topics (such as information theory, signal/image processing and solid state physics) to more experimental and design topics (such as advanced biomedical circuits, computer architecture and opto-electronics). Students tailor their areas of concentration in consultation with their faculty advisors. Internship
Course Description SubjectCreditDescription of Course Fundamentals of Computer 3Through this course study, students can learn basic conceptions and operations of computer. This course covers the necessary theories of Information Science and Information Technology, including microelectronic technology, data communication, multimedia technology, network techniques. English Reading (1)6This course is designed for non-English major students to improve English reading ability, enlarge vocabulary, and master important grammars. English Speaking (1)2Through various and flexible teaching methods such as speech, dialogues, debates and group discussions, students have plenty of chance to practices spoken English, whereby increasing their confidence. English Listening A(I)3Through this course, students shall be able to comprehend listening materials, and retell them or answer relevant questions. Advanced Mathematics (1) 5.5This course is aimed to improve students’ problem-solving abilities by the application of math. The main content includes function and limit, derivative and differential, integrals and determinant. English Reading (2)6This course is designed for non-English major students to improve English reading ability, enlarge vocabulary, and master important grammars. English Speaking (2)2Through various and flexible teaching methods such as speech, dialogues, debates and group discussions, students have plenty of chance to practices spoken English, whereby increasing their confidence. English Listening A (II)3Through this course, students shall be able to comprehend listening materials, and retell them or answer relevant questions. University Physics A (I)3This is the core course of natural science. Equipped with vector analysis and calculus in Advanced Mathematics, students will learn about Mechanics, Mechanical Vibration, Mechanical Wave and Thermotics.
Course Description SubjectCreditDescription of Course Advanced Mathematics (2) 5.5This course is aimed to improve students’ problem-solving abilities by the application of math. The main content includes Space Analytic Geometry, Vector Algebra, Multivariate Function, Integral and Infinite Series. Experiment of University Physics 1.5This course is basic to scientific experimental training, and aimed at cultivating students’ creativity, practical skills. Fundamentals of Programming (C) 3Through this course, students get familiar with general methods of environment development and compiling, debugging. This puts an emphasis on hand-on abilities and problem-solving skills. English Speaking (3)2Through various and flexible teaching methods such as speech, dialogues, debates and group discussions, students have plenty of chance to practices spoken English, whereby increasing their confidence. Video Audio Speaking3This course enables students to have a flexible command of English, especially listening and speaking, through comprehensive scenario training. University Physics A (II) 3This is the core course of natural science. Equipped with vector analysis and calculus in Advanced Mathematics, students will learn about Electromagnetics, Optics, Special Relativity and Quantum Physics. Introduction of English-speaking Countries 2This course provides an introduction to the history, geography, culture, custom, economics, legislation, politics and religion of English-speaking countries. English and Chinese Translation 3On illustrating the translation techniques, students will be provided ample examples to practice translation. Morality Culture and Law basic 3This course is about values, laws and social focus. The content is very vast with strong reality.
Course Description SubjectCreditDescription of Course Basic German2In the principle of “focused explanation and adequate practicing”, this course mainly targets at improving the listening ability of German. Drafting Essentials (Including CAD) 3.5This course improves the skills of unarmed mapping, instrumental drawing and computer aided drawing. Students completing this course shall be proficient in engineering drawing by Auto CAD. Engineering Chemistry 2This course is necessary to get a general understanding of the basic theories of modern chemistry and its practical application. Linear Algebra (A)2The main content is about the application of Determinant, Matrix, Vector Group and Quadratic Form. This course is aimed to cultivate creativity, logical thinking and problem-solving ability. Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics 3This course mainly studies the regularity of random phenomenon in our nature and society. This is an important foundation course as it is widely applied in the fields of natural science, economics, management and engineering. Function of Complex Variable and Integral Transform 2The main content is Plural and Complex Functions, Analytic Function, Progression and Residue. Electric Circuit6This course studies all kinds of stable and dynamic circuit. Through this course, students understand the forms and features of these circuits, and learn the rules and calculation of circuits. Experiment of Electric Circuits 0.5Through this course, students can use the commonly used electrical measuring instruments, connection circuit according to the picture, and verify the circuit theories by experiments.
Course Description SubjectCreditDescription of Course Fundamentals of Electronic Technology 3.5This course is fundamental for power engineering majors. It studies performance, electrical circuits and application of semiconductor devices. Simulation Electronics (English) 2.5The textbook is Contemporary Logic Design Randy authored by H.Katz Gaetano Borriello. The main content includes Combinational Logic, Working with Combinational Logic, Combinational Logic Technologies, Case Studies in combinational Logic Design, Sequential Logic Design, Finite State Machines, Working with Finite State Machines, Sequential Logic Technologies, and Case Studies in Sequential Logic Design. (Taught by professor from Central Michigan University) Strength of Materials (English) 2.5The main content includes Stretch, Compression, Cut, Level Stress Application, Torsion Deformation and Statically Indeterminate Beam. (Taught by professor from Central Michigan University) Theory of Automatic Control 4Based on the classical control theory, this course also generalizes the basic knowledge about Theory of Modern Control-- State Space Analysis. Electrical Machinery and Towage 3Through this course, students master the basic knowledge about electro mechanics, motor drive and transformer, and preliminary engineering ability. Power Electronics Technology 3The content includes Power Electronic Devices, Rectification Circuit, Alternating Current, PWM and Soft Switch Technology. Measurement Technique 2.5The content includes Measurement Techniques and application of commonly used transducer. In addition, this course introduces signal processing in detection system, and the application of interference suppression and PS in measurement technique.
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