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Introduction

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Greetings from the Dean

   Today electrical engineering and computer science is a new science that draws from sources such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. In the past few decades this new science has created innumerable new technologies which have completely changed our everyday life ¬– from devices to chips, from computers to networks and cell phones, from education to entertainment to working environment, just to name a few.

     The College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) of National Taiwan University consists of the Division of Electrical Engineering (EE) and the Division of Computer Science (CS). Currently, it includes the Department of Electrical Engineering, the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, as well as the Graduate Institutes of Photonics and Optoelectronics,
Communication Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Networking and Multimedia, and Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics, covering almost all areas of EECS. Today the College boasts a total of more than 170 faculty members and more than 3900 undergraduate and graduate students. Many of our faculty members are very active in international academia community. As of 2010, we have 29 IEEE fellows – one-sixth of the faculty. Our students are the best of the best from all over Taiwan, and also include international students from all parts of the world.

     Taiwan’s largest and most important industry, the electronic and information industry, plays an important role all over the world. Via this industry, the College makes key contributions to the country and the world. The College is endowed with the vision to educate new generations of engineers and leaders, to continue to make major advances in the new science of EECS, to develop more cutting-edge technologies to improve human life, and to assist and promote successful industry, both domestic and worldwide.

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