Department of Electrical and Information Technology
Nankai college was founded in August 1971 and established the Electrical Engineering Division.
Nankai Institute of Technology in 2001
Recruiting university students in 2002
Recruited university night students in 2003
Nankai University of Science and Technology in 2008
Department of Electrical and Information Technology in 2012

About the Department
Teaching objectives
The Department concentrates on two core areas of teaching and research: electrical energy technology and signal control, aiming at the advancement of both practical and theoretical perspectives in order to implement the education goal of the Department. These two fields are a critical component not only of electrical technologies, but also manufacturing and service industries.

First, to comply with the energy strategy of the government, the Department employs experienced faculty members and installs state-of-the-art equipment to fulfill green technology programs, including solar energy, wind energy and other green energy, power monitoring, air-condition energy saving, energy conversion and saving technologies. The Department also exerts effort in the research and development in technology, industry-academy cooperation and curriculum planning, hoping to increase the investment in equipment and accomplish in-depth and effective research and development of related technologies.
Second, focusing on of Gerontechnology which is the main direction of future development of Nan Kai University of Technology, the Department also encourages faculty members to apply their expertise, such as programmable control, motor control, graphical monitoring, motor design, power electronics, intelligent control, to the innovation of technology and products for medical purposes.
The Department has 21 full-time professional teachers, including two professors, five associate professors, five assistant professor, and nine lecturers. Eight of them are granted doctorate degrees. All teachers have expertise in electrical engineering, including energy technology, information technology, control, optoelectronics, among others. Most of the teachers in the Department have practical experience, holding nearly two professional certificates on average.
The Department has nine teaching laboratories, each occupying an area about 150-210 square meters. Each laboratory is managed by a teacher, who is responsible for maintenance of the equipment.
 ※ Electronics Laboratory
 ※ Indoor Wiring Laboratory
 ※ Industrial Wiring Laboratory
 ※ Green Energy and Energy Conversion Laboratory
 ※ Power Electronics Laboratory
 ※ Digital Systems Laboratory
 ※ Automatic Control Laboratory
 ※ Mechatronics Laboratory
 ※ Computer Aided Design Laboratory

The Department has seven research laboratories to support the research projects for teachers and students. They are:
※ Medical Electronic Control Laboratory (Feature Laboratory)
※ Solar Energy Generation-and-Monitoring Laboratory (Green Energy)
※ Air Conditioning Energy Laboratory (Energy-Saving Technologies)
※ Power Monitoring Laboratory (Energy-Saving Technologies)
※ Motor Design Laboratory (Energy Conversion and Drive Technology)
※ Sophisticated Control Laboratory (Micro Computer Control)
※ Audio Processing Laboratory (Signal Processing)
The main directions of the teaching program of the Department are Energy Conversion and Driver Technology, and Micro-Computer and Control. To assist the students to acquire appropriate knowledge and skills in related areas, the Department provides three curriculum modules accordingly:
(1) Energy Technology;
(2) Control Technology;
(3) Information Technology.

The Department stresses the importance of teachers' research, which can enhance the quality of teaching and help students gain practical experience as well as problem-solving abilities. Teachers’ research activities are sponsored by industry and the government; the former mainly focuses on solving practical problems, while the latter on in-depth study of theoretical issues of technology.
Further Study:
The graduates of the Department who fulfill four-year program or two-year program are granted bachelor degree and therefore are eligible to enter graduate school to pursue master degree or higher. The graduates of two-year associate program are granted associate degree and therefore can enter two-year bachelor degree or transfer to other undergraduate programs. In addition, the graduates of all kinds of programs of the Department are able to obtain employment opportunities immediately after graduation as they have gained practical skills and professional certificates in the working process of research projects with industry.


Research Planning

Learning Process Planning



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