This programme aims to produce highly-skilled professionals focused on productive research and development in the vast domain of electrical and electronics engineering. The postgraduate programme in electrical engineering at SEECS will allow motivated researchers to expend their knowledge base and acquire new skills in analysis and problem solving, creating challenging opportunities for a rewarding research career. The programme has been devised keeping in view the latest market demands and it encompasses a broad area covering advanced digital and analogue electronics, communication, signal processing, multimedia and computer vision, advanced controls of robotics and microelectronics / nanoelectronics. Currently, five areas of specialisation are being offered at the department. These include Digital System & Signal Processing, Telecommunication & Computer Networks, Power Electronics & Controls, RF & Microwaves and Electronic Material & Devices. The number of elective courses will be offered during the second and third semesters, depending upon the students’ interest and availability of specialist faculty.
By joining the Electrical Engineering programme at NUST-SEECS, you become part of a dynamic research community that is actively pursuing solutions for important contemporary problems in a variety of research areas. The postgraduate programme at the EE department of SEECS is especially prominent for the following reasons:
Vibrant research community that encourages and expects excellence
Increased options for SEECS graduates to participate/ engage in diverse research areas as active members of various SEECS research groups
Frequent seminars/workshops on various research topics
Opportunities for research commercialisation and expert entrepreneurial mentoring
Electrical Engineers contribute to the development of a wide range of technologies. They design, develop, test and supervise the deployment of electrical systems and electric devices. They may work on design of sub-micron Digital and Analogue Integrated Circuits, DSP and Computer Vision Algorithms, Telecommunication Systems, the operation of electric power stations or the electrical control of industrial machinery. Students can subsequently utilise their knowledge to either pursue an advanced research degree (MPhil or PhD) or seek employment in technology companies, both local and foreign.