Electronic engineering is a fast evolving interdisciplinary field. This course consists of the most up-to-date research topics presented by active researchers and experts in the field and strikes a balance between discussions of hardware and software development in electronic engineering. There will be 26 seminars in total, and each seminar contains a 45-minute presentation followed by a 25-minute discussion session. The students are required to attend at least 50% of the seminars and write one report on their learning from one or two specific seminars.
Seminars in the areas of image and video processing, digital signal processing and speech technology, microwave and wireless communications, robotics, perception and AI, photonics and optical communications, solid state electronics and VLSI, ASIC and energy conversion.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to
- Stay abreast of latest technological developments in the field of electronic engineering
- Acquire knowledge of research topics related to electronic engineering
- Acquire, enhance, and practice presentation skills
- Develop skills in analytical and reflective thinking