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Department of Electro-Optical Engineering,Taipei Tech
Welcome to Department of Electro-Optical Engineering

Introduction

 

The Department of Electro-Optics Technology in August 2001 with a 2-year department to cultivate electro-optics technology practical talents. The Department of Electro-Optics Technology was renamed as the Department of Electro-Optical Engineering in August 2003. The Institute of Electro-Optics Technology was renamed as the Master Program of Electro-Optical Engineering. In the same year, the Doctoral Program of Electro-Optical Engineering was inspected and established by the Ministry of Education to cultivate professional talents with practical and development capacity of electro-optics technology. Our faculties with a broad range of important specialty fields such as optical communications, flat panel display , optoelectronic material and devices , optical Engineering , Nano/bio optics and photonics , optical Information processing .

This department now has 19 full-time faculty members, including 8 Professors, 5 Associate Professors, 6 Assistant Professors. Each year the department admits about 40 undergraduates, 60 students to the master program and 8 students to the Doctoral program. Our department aims to equip students with adequate knowledge and skills required in this field to meet the local industrial needs.

Our goals

 

To enhance students’ basic electro-optics knowledge, and to develop researches and studies relevant to electro-optics application technologies

To cultivate high-skilled talents through theories, design, and experiment education.

To cultivate practical electro-optics technology talents to meet the needs of the industry field.

 

Education Goals

Educational Goals of the Department of Photonics and Optoelectronics

  1. Enrich students’ basic knowledge and skills in photoelectric theories.

 

  1. Develop students’ basic capacities for practical implementation as well as communication and coordination.

 

  1. Equip students with an international outlook, professional vision, and humanistic literacy.

 

  1. Cultivate students’ practical photoelectric technology skills that meet industry needs. 

Core Capacities of Students

Undergraduate Students

1-1  Possess the ability to describe the various aspects of  optoelectronics.

 

1-2  Possess the ability to implement basic theories and techniques to the fields of science, physics, mathematics, and optoelectronics.

2-1 Possess the ability to make good use of modern technology and

      information devices.

2-2 Possess the ability to make effective communication, execute

      teamwork, coordination, and integration.

3-1 Possess a broad international perspective and good foreign language skills.

3-2 Possess literacy in humanism and social responsibility.

3-3 Possess good stress-resilience capacity, professional ethics,

       professionalism, and moral integrity.

3-4 Become learner-autonomy.

4-1 Possess technical skills necessary for executing optoelectronic

engineering projects and using optoelectronic Devices.

4-2 Possess the ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze

       and interpret data, and solve problems.

4-3 Possess the ability to design optoelectronic engineering systems,

      components, and processes. 

4-4 Have updated knowledge for current optoelectronics industry and market demands.

Education Goals of the Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics

  1. Enrich students’ basic knowledge and skills in photoelectric theories.

 

  1. Develop students’ basic capacities for practical implementation as well as communication and coordination.

 

  1. Equip students with an international outlook, professional vision, and humanistic literacy.

 

  1. Cultivate students’ advanced photoelectric technology skills that can meet industry needs.   

Postgraduate Students

1-1 Possess the ability to describe the various aspects of  optoelectronics.


1-2 Possess the ability to implement theories and techniques to the fields

      of optoelectronics.
2-1 Possess the ability to make good use of modern technology and

      information devices.
2-2 Possess the ability to make effective communication,  execute

      teamwork, coordination, and integration.
3-1 Possess a broad international perspective and good foreign language skills.


3-2 Possess literacy in humanism and social responsibility.


3-3 Possess good stress-resilience capacity, professional ethics,

      professionalism, and moral integrity.
3-4 Become learner-autonomy.


4-1 Possess technical skills necessary for executing

      optoelectronic engineering projects and using optoelectronic Devices.
4-2 Possess the ability to design and implement specific researches,

      analyze and interpret data, and solve problems.
4-3 Possess the ability to write and present professional reports.


4-4 Have updated knowledge for current optoelectronics industry and market
      demands.

Admission Process of the Department of Electto-optical Engineering

 

Courses

 

Electro-optics is an integrated technology of optics, mechanics, electronics, electrics, and materials. Our department’s research and development plan is focused on the following 6 fields with emphasis on the technology research and development of products relevant:

Optical Communications

The Fiber Optical Communication Laboratory in National Taipei University of Technology was established in 2001. In the area of optical communications, we focus on optical access networks, semiconductor optoelectronic devices, and optical signal processing. Our research interest includes radio-on-fiber transport systems, wavelength-division-multiplexed passive optical networks, fiber optical CATV systems, fabrication of high-sensitivity and high-speed photon detection devices, applications of slow light for optical signal processing.

Flat Panel Display

 

This field studies flat panel display related technologies, especially in liquid crystal display (LCD) and organic light-emitting and semiconductor devices (OLED). The main research include the electro-optical(EO) and physical properties in LCD and OLED, non-linear EO properties in liquid crystal material, and novel display modes of LCD and OLED. Moreover, the trend of electro-optical industry and technology is analyzed to obtain newer and more valuable technologies and patents.

Optoelectronic Material And Devices

 

The recent growing research and rapid development in the electro-optical science and technology attribute to the eager demand for both high-efficiency optoelectronic materials and the environmental protection. The research and studies in the field on novel ternary and quaternary compound semiconductors, light emitting diodes (LEDs), photodetectors, solar cells, integrated-optics devices, optic thin-films materials and nanostructures. In addition , the research attention can also be on the studies a variety of doping, design, package, processes and applications.

Nano/bio optics and photonics

 

Many precision optical devices and system were produced since the developments of micro optics were enlarged. In the 20th century end, the studies of nano-technology broke limits of optical diffractions, and have the new directions in the measurement, optical storage and bio-optics. The study of the field includes: dielectric and metal nanorod arrays includes fabrication, measurement and application. Nano-scale optical thin films are fabricated using oblique angle technique. The behavior of light propagating in nanostructured films is simulated and analyzed by various electromagnetic theories. The design and application of Plasmonic nanostructured thin films are developed for novel optical devices. By using the near field optical technology to object on bio-sample, the electro-optical system are integrated in the bio applications, such as laser capture microdissections, laser Doppler Anemometry, and some devices of films and bio-chips.

Optical Information Processing

 

By taking the advantages of parallelism, non-interference, and diffraction phenomenon of light signal, we focus our researches on the study and simulations of scalar diffraction theories, the designs and implementations of micro diffractive elements, the study and development of optimization algorithms, the methods and realizations of optical information processing techniques and systems, the implementations and applications of digital holography, and the applications of diffractive optical elements.

 

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