Our articulated Doctor of Philosophy programme provides students with an opportunity of being involved in in-depth studies and focused research in selected areas of electronic engineering. The programme is intended to foster high-quality and forward-looking research activities, so as to meet the society's demand for high-caliber engineers who are knowledgeable in the latest technologies.
The Department of Electronic Engineering has 4 research groups which are Biomedical Engineering, Multimedia & Signal Processing, Integrated Circuits & Systems, and Solid State Electronics & Photonics covering the following 7 research areas:
- Biomedical Engineering
- DSP & Speech Technology
- Image and Video Processing
- Microwave & Wireless Communications
- VLSI & ASIC
- Photonics & Optical Communications
- Solid-State Electronics
Primary Area of Study
A research Master degree from a recognized university in Applied Mathematics / Computer / Electrical / Electronic Engineering / Materials Science and Engineering / Physical Sciences, or related fields; OR
A Bachelor degree, normally with Second Class Honours in the upper division or above; OR
Registered as a Ph.D. student at a recognized university for at least one year, and have been approved for application by the affiliated Graduate School.