ABOUT PROGRAMME

Adana Science and Technology University (Adana STU) Deparment of Electrical-Electronics Engineering (EEE)  established in 2012, started its education in 2013-2014 academic year with a total of 22 students 21 of which are Turkish.  Joint Master’s Degree program with Çukurova University EEE Department has been started at the same term.
Both undergraduate and gradute education languages are English in order for students to graduate with excellent knowledge of English language. After fundamental mathematics, physics, computer and fundamental engineering courses on first year of education, with compulsory and elective courses, students are given the oppurtunity to specialize on subjects depending on their interest in the  following years.

Education curriculum is intended for our students to obtain skills to be successful in companies operating national and international platforms. Graduates of the EEE Department work for public and private corporations operating in areas like defence industry, communications, energy production-transmission, cable manufacturing, information technologies, and power electronics.

GOALS

Adana Science and Technology University Electrical-Electronics Engineering Department aims to educate students with international standards, graduate them with fluent English and strong infrastructure in basic sciences, make them competent in their areas and entrepreneurial and innovative engineers, who can make analysis and synthesis, cooperate with other disciplines, accommodate to technologic development with competence knowledge and experiences. Our department also aims to work in cooperation with industry to meet our country’s requirements.

OBJECTIVES

Our department aims to be one of the internationally accredited Electrical and Electronics Engineering Departments by carrying out research projects, training the scientists who can continue their professional career in national and international fields successfully, publishing scientific articles together with industry-oriented studies.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Electrical Plants
  • Eliminating power quality problems
  • Reactive and harmonic compensation
  • Analysis and simulation of power systems
  • Feasibility and  capacity selection of gas engine cogeneration and trigeneration systems
  • Efficiency analysis of generator systems
  • Renewable Energy Technologies
Electronics
  • Microelectromechanical systems
  • Uncooled infrared detectors
  • Analog and digital circuit design
  • Semiconductor material development
Electromagnetics
  • Electromagnetic field theory
  • Wave propagation
  • Antennas
  • Microwave theory
Control and Automation
  • System modelling and simulation
  • Improving the control and remote control application for robotic and mechatronic systems
  • Improving the software of automation
  • PLC and microcontroller design
Computer’s hardware and software
  • Embedded systems
  • PHP Programming
  • VHDL and FPGA applications
  • Digital design