The Electronics, Information and Media Engineering Major aims to foster creative researchers and practical development engineers who have expert knowledge and skills in both hardware and software technology covering three specialized fields: electronics technology, information and communication technology, and multimedia technology. These technologies have developed through incorporating the mutually interrelated fields of Electrical & Electronics Engineering combined with Computer & Information Engineering.
Through experiments and practice students will study next-generation devices and their integrated circuits. Students will construct and then evaluate carbon nanomaterials. Also, students will learn about how devices work using a state-of-the-art built-in CPU, as well as how peripheral devices work. Projectbased learning will broaden students' horizons in this field through learning basic to advanced concepts. For example, making carbon nanomaterials and observing their behavior, and advanced applied fields including peripherals.
Information Technology in the next-generation needs to be able to process enormous amounts of complicated and ambiguous data about people. Students will acquire the knowledge of software engineering and electrical engineering through developing artificial intelligence and soft computing programs, then implementing them onto an electronic circuit.
Students will acquire the latest knowledge of hardware and software technology in regards to both multimedia technology and network technology. Through project-based learning students will design and develop a number of multimedia products. Examples of projects could include: developing an application using wireless sensor networks, or developing interactive video teaching materials on the operating principles of computers.