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Release date:2015-06-26

Undergraduate Level

The philosophy of education in the School of Automation is to provide students with a life-long learning capability. The curricular for different programs, although emphasis has been placed on different aspects of automation and electrical engineering, do have a common thread in providing students with a fundamental understanding as well as an up-to-date grasp of cutting edge advanced technologies of this important field. For the undergraduate level, the School of Automation offers the following bachelor degree programs:


The annual undergraduate enrollment in Automation is about 180. Core courses in this program include Control Theory, Circuits and Systems, Computer Technology, Electrical and Fluid Power Transmission, Sensors, Mechatronic Systems, and Automation Equipment.

2.Electrical Engineering and Automation

The annual undergraduate enrollment in Electrical Engineering and Automation is about 60. Core courses include Control Theory, Power Electronics, Energy Conversion, Testing and Measurement, Electrical Engineering,   and Automation Systems.

3.International Class

The international class is established by the School of Automation in 2010. The annual undergraduate enrollment is about 30. Core courses include Control Theory, Power Electronics, Energy Conversion, Testing and Measurement, Electrical Engineering,   and Automation Systems. All courses of the international class are taught in English.


Postgraduate Level (Msc and PhD in Automation)

A characteristic of the School of Automation is that it covers electrical, electronic, computer and information engineering all under one roof, which provides tremendous opportunities for cross interaction both in terms of teaching and research. The Department offers two main subjects: Automation and Electrical Engineering & Automation for postgraduate programs. Automation has a wide range of research activities, grouped under five areas, namely Control Theory and Control Engineering; Navigation, Guidance and Control; Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems; Test Technology and Automation Equipment; and Systems Engineering. In subject of Automation, Master of Science (Msc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program are offered based on the following detailed areas:

1.Control Theory and Control Engineering

(1)Modeling, simulation, control, optimization, decision of complex systems
(2)Robust control and nonlinear control
(3)Synthesis of engineering systems
(4)Design and analysis of motion control systems
(5)Advanced control theory and methodologies

2.Navigation, Guidance and Control

(1)Inertial navigation
(2)Integral navigation and intelligent navigation
(3)Guidance, control and simulation of flying vehicle
(4)Testing of inertial components and systems

3.Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems

(1)Intelligent control and decision-making
(2)Target detection and identification
(3)Consensus of multi-agents and intelligent robots
(4)Pattern classification and recognition
(5)Information fusion of sensors

4.Systems Engineering

(1)Modeling, optimization and synthesis of systems
(2)Analysis and control of complex systems
(3)Network information processing
(4)Networked control

5.Test Technology and Automation Equipment

(1)Advanced technology for sensors and testing
(2)New type of actuators and automation equipment
(3)Intelligent instruments and controllers
(4)Fault diagnosis and tolerance control of systems

The subject of Electrical Engineering and Automation offers Master of Science (Msc) program in the following study areas, which cover a wide range of modern technologies that are critical to the growth of our electrical-based society and open up vast career opportunities.

Postgraduate Level (Msc in Electrical Engineering and Automation)

(1)Electrical Machines and Appliances
(2)Electrical Power Systems and Automation
(3)Power Electronics and Electrical Drive
(4)Theory and New Technology of Electrical Engineering
(5)High Voltage and Insulation Technology