Doctoral Program
time: 2015-12-15

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The PhD program caters for students who wish to pursue a career in advanced industrial research and development, or university research and teaching. It emphasizes training in original thinking and independent research. The Ph.D. degree program develops conceptual and methodological capabilities in a substantive area of electronics and information. The Ph.D. degree requires completion of a minimum of 30 post-master credits, general examinations, and a dissertation demonstrating an original scholarly contribution to the field. The doctoral program’s research concentrates on two broad areas: Information Engineering and Electronic Science and Technology. The Ph.D. degree requires a minimum of 30 credits of approved coursework and undertake research leading to a satisfactory doctoral research dissertation.

There are two level 1 subjects and 5level 2 subjects approved by the State Academic degree committee. All level 1 and level 2 subjects are authorized to confer Master Degree.

Level 1 Subject:

Information & Communication Engineering     Program code: 0810

Electronic Science & Technology                     Program Code: 0809

Level 2 Subject:

Communications and Information System  (key subject)  081001

Signal and Information Processing (key subject)               081002

Information Security    081023

Physical Electronics   080901

Circuits and System   080902

Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics     080903

Microelectronic Fields and Waves Technology   080904

Degree Awarded: Master of Engineering   Credit Requirement: 40

Core Courses:                                                                 Credits                 Instructor

Machine  Learning and its Application


Lianwen Jin

Modern Information Processing Theory


Gang Wei

Theory of Communication Network System


Suili Feng

Information Theory and It's Develop


Minghui Du

Semiconductor Theory


Bin Li

Computational Microelectronics


Ruohe Yao

Principle and Design of Analog integrated Circuits


Xueren Zheng

Complex Networks and Information processing


Jiuchao Feng

Theory of Advanced electromagnetic Field


Qingxin Chu

RF Circuit analysis and Design


Binjie Hu

Antennas for mobile Communication


Fengzhang xue

Mordern  theory of Adaptive Filtering


Yuli Fu

Semiconductor Sensor and MEMS


Bin Li