The department offers a stimulating environment for its students to execute their project work, to identify and seek solutions to the problems of industries. A student graduating from the department will have the ability to build, motivate, lead project teams effectively, competent to solve complex technical problems and organizational issues. The department has qualified, experienced and committed teaching and non-teaching faculty.
See Article History Electrical and electronics engineering, the branch of engineering Electrical and electronics engineering with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of the field of electronics. Electronics engineering is that branch of electrical engineering concerned with the uses of the electromagnetic spectrum and with the application of such electronic devices as integrated circuits and transistors.
In engineering practice, the distinction between electrical engineering and electronics is usually based on the comparative strength of the electric currents used.
The distinction between the fields has become less sharp with technical progress. For example, in the high-voltage transmission of electric powerlarge arrays of electronic devices are used to convert transmission-line current at power levels in the tens of megawatts.
Moreover, in the regulation and control of interconnected power systems, electronic computers are used to compute requirements much more rapidly and accurately than is possible by manual methods.
Fink History Electrical phenomena attracted the attention of European thinkers as early as the 17th century. Electrical engineering may be said to have emerged as a Electrical and electronics engineering in when the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell summarized the basic laws of electricity in mathematical form and showed that radiation of electromagnetic energy travels through space at the speed of light.
Thus, light itself was shown to be an electromagnetic waveand Maxwell predicted that such waves could be artificially produced.
The first practical application of electricity was the telegraph, invented by Samuel F. The need for electrical engineers was not felt until some 40 years later, upon the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell and of the incandescent lamp by Thomas A.
Bell, Alexander GrahamAlexander Graham Bell, inventor who patented the telephone inlecturing at Salem, Massachusetts topwhile friends in his study at Boston listen to his lecture via telephone, February 12, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz of the Netherlands postulated the electron theory of electrical charge inand in J.
Thomson of England showed that thermionic emission was indeed caused by negatively charged particles electrons. This led to the work of Guglielmo Marconi of Italy, Lee de Forest of the United States, and many others, which laid the foundations of radio engineering. In the term electronics was introduced to embrace radio and the industrial applications of electron tubes.
Sincewhen the transistor was invented by John BardeenWalter H. Brattainand William B. Shockleyelectronics engineering has been dominated by the applications of such solid-state electronic devices as the transistor, the semiconductor diodeand the integrated circuit.
Electrical and electronics engineering functions Research The functions performed by electrical and electronics engineers include 1 basic research in physicsother sciences, and applied mathematics in order to extend knowledge applicable to the field of electronics2 applied research based on the findings of basic research and directed at discovering new applications and principles of operation, 3 development of new materials, devices, assemblies, and systems suitable for existing or proposed product lines, 4 design of devices, equipment, and systems for manufacture, 5 field-testing of equipment and systems, 6 establishment of quality control standards to be observed in manufacture, 7 supervision of manufacture and production testing, 8 postproduction assessment of performance, maintenance, and repair, and 9 engineering management, or the direction of research, development, engineering, manufacture, and marketing and sales.
Consulting The rapid proliferation of new discoveries, products, and markets in the electrical and electronics industries has made it difficult for workers in the field to maintain the range of skills required to manage their activities. Consulting engineers, specializing in new fields, are employed to study and recommend courses of action.
The educational background required for these functions tends to be highest in basic and applied research.
In most major laboratories a doctorate in science or engineering is required to fill leadership roles.
Branches of electrical and electronics engineering The largest of the specialized branches of electrical engineering, the branch concerned with the electronic computerwas introduced during World War II. The field of computer science and engineering has attracted members of several disciplines outside electronics, notably logicianslinguistsand applied mathematicians.
Another very large field is that concerned with electric light and power and their applications. Specialities within the field include the design, manufacture, and use of turbinesgenerators, transmission lines, transformersmotorslighting systems, and appliances. The communication of digital data among computers connected by wire, microwaveand satellite circuits is now a major enterprise that has built a strong bond between computer and communications specialists.
The applications of electricity and electronics to other fields of science have expanded since World War II. Among the sciences represented are medicinebiologyoceanographygeosciencenuclear science, laser physics, sonics and ultrasonicsand acoustics.
Theoretical specialties within electronics include circuit theory, information theoryradio-wave propagationand microwave theory. Displayed by permission of The Regents of the University of California.
Another important speciality concerns improvements in materials and components used in electrical and electronics engineering, such as conductive, magnetic, and insulating materials and the semiconductors used in solid-state devices. One of the most active areas is the development of new electronic devices, particularly the integrated circuits used in computers and other digital systems.
The development of electronic systems—equipment for consumers, such as radiostelevision sets, stereo equipment, video gamesand home computers—occupies a large number of engineers.
Another field is the application of computers and radio systems to automobilesshipsand other vehicles. The field of aerospace electronic systems includes navigation aids for aircraftautomatic pilots, altimetersand radar for traffic controlblind landing, and collision prevention.
Many of these devices are also widely used in shipping.The Department is looked upon as a centre of excellence in the Institute.
The department offers a stimulating environment for its students to execute their project work, to identify and seek solutions to the problems of industries. VISION.
The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering strives to be a Center of Excellence in education, training and research, producing high quality engineers and researchers. ΕΕΕlectronics & Electronics Engineering Syllabus 3 B.
PRACTICAL: Contacts periods Per week CODE PRACTICAL L T P Total Credit EEE ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II LAB 0 0 3 3 2 EEE ELECTRIC DRIVES LAB 0 0 3 3 2. Our faculty lead teams of researchers who work in a wide array of fields, from information to quantum lasers to organic electronics.
(Illustration by Jing Wang and Xin Lin). *Some lab experiments must be performed using any circuit simulation software e.g. PSPICE. BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (Electrical & Electronics Engineering). Scientific Federation is pleased to announce International Conference on Electronics & Electrical Engineering during July , at Barcelona, tranceformingnlp.comonics & Electrical Engineering is broad term, mainly it work on components, devices and systems that use electricity and magnetism.