Electronic components and systems
Electronic equipment and devices
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Julia Yamnenko, DrSc, Professor
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
ELECTRONICS is the area in which knowledge of the applied mathematical and natural sciences gained by higher education, practical experience, and competence developed in a specific field is devoted to application of engineering principles and the implementation of technological advances for the benefit of humanity through its focus on product improvement, manufacturing, and automation of technological processes and operational functions.
Electronics engineers create various types of electronic devices that are used in everyday life, from cell phones and mp3 players to sewing machines and dishwashers, from traditional power sources to distributed generation including alternative and renewable, from simple control devices to powerful decision-making system with artificial intelligence. A career in electronics engineering begins with a bachelor’s degree and may continue into a master’s or doctoral degree program.
- Maintain nationally and internationally recognized programs in Electronics;
- Focus on educating highly-qualified graduates with hands-on skills, providing them with experience in advanced integration of both conventional and emerging technologies, a unique understanding of technical management and business practices, and an entrepreneurial point of view;
- Provide interdisciplinary applied research, to include the development, and deployment of new technology, project development.
Careers in electronics is possible in the field of research, education, circuit design, programming and development of electronic products. Research and development for electronic engineers involves the development, design and prototyping of electronic devices, the creation of embedded systems and control algorithms by programming electronic devices.