The Master of Science program in Electrical-Electronics Engineering is intended to train students who plan to pursue an engineering career in direct application or in teaching and research positions. Students can engage in study in the following fields.
Electrical machines, servo motors, electrical and hybrid electrical vehicles, industrial variable speed drives systems, solar and wind energy systems, sensorless control techniques, variable inductance measurements.
Model predictive control techniques, artificial neural networks, unmanned aerial vehicles.
Digital signal processing, digital image processing, digital filters, cellular neural networks.
Active network synthesis, signal flow graphs, mathematical modeling.
Electromagnetic fields and waves, microwave technology, biomedical technology.