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About Us

Educational Objectives

 

The department aims to cultivate students in both the theory and practice of electronic engineering. We offer courses in computer engineering, communication and signal processing, electromagnetic engineering and integrated circuits and systems. We emphasize the integration and applications of the four areas. In order to strengthen the ability of students of the professional skills and creative thinking, the curriculum design focuses on practical training for high-level electronic engineering professionals. Collaborations with the industry are strongly encouraged. Furthermore, the department emphasizes the importance of cultivating professional ethics as well as the attitude and ability for cross-field teamwork. Graduates from this department are expected to apply their professional skills in research and development. 

 

History

 

The school was founded in the first year of the Republic of China, i.e., the year 1912. Since the department established in 1948, more than 5,000 alumni have graduated. Their solid working attitude and dedication in the industry have won praise from all walks of life. 

 

Alumni

 

Graduates from this department have excelled in various fields of the industry and academia. Their superb performance in the professional world is an embodiment of our school motto: Honesty, Sincerity, Proficiency, Dedication. Our students benefit from the resources provided by the alumni, including the scholarship, the chances of the internship, and the establishment of the teaching lab and meeting room

 

Outstanding Alumni

 

Name

Company

Title

Year

Raymond Soong

Lite-On Group

President

1988

Kent Hsu

Clevo CO.

President

1990

Thomas Lin

Sunlight Electronics Lab.

President

1994

Mao-Kweng Lin

Chicony Electronics CO.

Vice Chairman and President

1995

Tzyy-Shyan Tung

Pegatron corp.

President

1996

Robert Yeh

Everlight Electronics Corp.

President

2000

Hsueh-Fu Liao

Lite-On Group.

CEO

2004

Kuo-Hua Lin

Minchali Copper Industry

President

2005

Yong-Shun Chuang

AAEON Technology Inc.

President

2006

Chin-Nan Hsieh

NCC

Ex-Commissioner

2008

Ming-Ji 

James Lin

National Central University

Professor

2010

Sun-Tui

Chang

 San-King Investment Co., Ltd.

President

2012

 

Chairmen

 

Over the years, the chairmen of the department have been carefully crafted to cultivate high-level electronic technology professionals. The chairmen of the department have been listed as follows:

Trong-Yen Lee       (2016/8/1 ~ )

Yuh-Shyan Hwang (2011/8/1 ~ 2016/7/31)

Jwo-Shiun Sun       (2010/8/1 ~ 2011/7/31 )

Po-Chou Lai          (2004/8/1 ~ 2010/7/31)

Chia-Chun Tsai      (2001/8/1 ~ 2004/7/31)

Cheng-Cheh Yu     (1998/8/1 ~ 2001/7/31)

Chin-Yun Hsieh     (1995/8/1 ~ 1998/7/31)

Woei-Kae Chen    (1991/8/1 ~ 1995/7/31)

Wen-Nan Chien    (1988/8/1 ~ 1991/7/31)

Hi-Shuei Lee         (1986/8/1 ~ 1988/7/31)

Wen-Fang Yen      (1984/8/1 ~ 1986/7/31)

Ruey-Tsair Wang  (1978/8/1 ~ 1984/7/31)

Su Wang                (1972/9/13 ~ 1978/7/31)

Yun-Tchiao Chen  (1969/8/1 ~ 1972/9/12)

Hong-Da Shi          (1963/8/1 ~ 1969/7/31)

 

Evolution of Department of Electronic Engineering

 

 

2014/08  Change the Institute name to be “Graduate Institute of Electronic Engineering”

 

2005/08  Change the Institute name to be “Graduate Institute of Computer and Communication Engineering”

 

2003/08  Found “Ph.D. Program” in Graduate Institute of Computer, Communication, and Control Engineering

 

2003/08  Found “MS Program for Part-Time Participants” in Graduate Institute of Computer, Communication, and Control Engineering

 

2003/08  End the Five-Year Program

 

2000/08  Found “Two-Year Program” in Affiliated College of Continuing Education

 

1997/08  Found “MS Program” in “Graduate Institute of Computer, Communication, and Control Engineering”

 

1997/08  Promote the Institute name to be “National Taipei University of Technology”

 

1994/08  Found “Two-Year Program” and “Four-Year Program” in “Department of Electronic Engineering”

 

1994/08  Upgrade the College name to be “National Taipei Institute of Technology”

 

1981/08  Upgrade the School name to be “National Taipei Institute of Technology”

 

1977/08  Found “First Two-Year Program” in “Division of Electronic Engineering” of the Extension Education

 

1954/08  Found “First Three-Year Program” in “Division of Electronic Engineering” of the Extension Education

 

1961/08  Found “First Two-Year Program” in “Division of Electronic Engineering”

 

1953/08  Found “First Three-Year Program” in “Division of Electronic Engineering”

 

1948/08  Found “Five-Year Program” in “Division of Electronic Engineering”

 

1948/08  Upgrade the School name to be “Taiwan Provincial Taipei Institute of Technology”

 

1945/08  Taiwan was liberated from the Japanese Empire, and State Taipei School of Industry was renamed Provincial Taipei Vocational School of Industry.

 

1937/08  The Department of Mining and Metallurgy was established. There were totally six departments then: Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Applied Chemistry, Electricity, Architecture, and Mining Departments.

 

1929/08   The three-year program of State Taipei School of Industry was converted into a two-year program.

 

1923/08   Taipei First School of Industry and Taipei Second School of Industry combine to form State Taipei School of Industry. An electricity department was added to the school, which was divided into five-year and three-year programs.

 

1921/08   The Industrial School of the Viceroy's Office in Taiwan was renamed State First School of Industry in Taipei, still admitting Japanese students. The Public Taipei School of Industry was renamed State Second School of Industry in Taipei, admitting Taiwanese students. Students from both schools still received their education on the same campus.

 

1922/08   State First School of Industry in Taipei was renamed Taipei First School of Industry, a five-year school, admitting Japanese as well as Taiwanese students.

 

1919/08   The Institute of Industrial Instruction, the Viceroy's Office in Taiwan, was renamed the Public Taipei School of Industry.

 

1918/08  The Industrial School of the Japanese Viceroy's Office in Taiwan was added, admitting Japanese students to study in mechanics, applied chemistry, and civil engineering.

 

1912/08  The School of Industrial Instruction was established at the current address of National Taipei University of Technology, instructing courses in civil engineering, metalwork, and electrical engineering.