Measurement & Control Technology and Instruments (Photoelectric Detection)
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This program aims at cultivating high-quality application-oriented professional engineers valuable and respectable in modern high-tech areas.
By taking this program, undergraduate students will master the basic principles and specialized knowledge concerning with measurement and control technology, optical engineering, electronics and computer science. They are expected to acquire practical skills and the ability to develop new specialized techniques or systems. The students also have opportunities to learn the latest advances in the areas of photoelectric detection technology and microelectronic information technology.
Graduates are able to start their own career in the fields of electronics, optics, electrical engineering, photoelectric instrumentation, photoelectric detection technology, precision measurement technology, automation, artificial intelligence and embedded computer science.
By taking this cultivation program, the students are able to acquire solid basis of specialized fundamental principles and competitive practical skills.
The professors have rich experiences in doing scientific research or investigating teaching skills at different agencies or universities in the US or European countries.
Sufficient assistive facilities and interactive teaching methods.
15 relevant and well-equipped laboratories, such as the Photoelectric Detection Tech Lab, Measurement and Control Tech Lab, Sensor Technique Lab, Circuit Principle Lab, Automotive Electronic Lab, DCS Lab, PLC Lab and so on.
Long history of international academic cooperation and intense collaboration with local enterprises.
Analog Electronic Technique
Digital Electronic Technique
Photoelectric Detection Technology
Signal and System
Sensors and Testing Technology
Single-Chip Microcomputer Principles and Applications
Design of Photoelectric Instruments
Virtual Instrument and LabVIEW Language
Principle of Automatic Control
Embedded System (DSP, ARM or EDA)
By completing the program, graduates will be flexible in their occupation prospect in many relevant areas including but not limited to: electronics, optics, electrical engineering, photoelectric instrumentation, photoelectric detection technology, precision measurement technology, automation, artificial intelligence and embedded computer science, depending on their interests and personal skills. They can conduct scientific and technological research and carry out application investigation in related high-tech enterprises such as BOSCH, BMW, SIEMENS, HUAWEI, PHILIPS, Midea, GREE, and so on, and in various research agencies or related higher educational institutions.