Not many people commit to pursuing a DBA (doctor of business administration) after the age of 50, but for Lewis Rutherfurd there were two compelling...
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:
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.