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What is Electrical Engineering?

Electrical Engineering is a branch of Engineering that deals with the invention, design, development and commercial applications of electrical and electronics systems, components and devices. There is a wide variety of domains to which it applies. They go from the very small, as in the development of the one-elecron transistor in nanotechnology to the very large power engineering generators and transmission lines and beyond, as in the satellite communication systems that allow for the GPS in your automovil, which, by the way, belong to the domain of astronomical dimensions!

There are several branches in Electrical Engineering. And, as the discipline is in continuous progress and evolution, new branches or sub-branches appear every year or so. Among the most well-known fields of Electrical Engineering we find, for example, Electrical Power Generation and Transmission, Control Systems, Communications, Robotics, Electronics and Nanotechnology, just to name a few.

 

The department is currently engaged in research in many areas of Electrical Engineering including Power Systems, Energy Studies, Robotic, Power Electronics, Electrical Drives, High Voltage engineering, Signal Processing, Image Processing and Multimedia, Biomedical Imaging etc.

 

Electrical and electronics engineers specialize in different areas such as power generation, transmission, and distribution; communications; and electrical equipment manufacturing, or a specialty within one of these areas—industrial robot control systems or aviation electronics, for example. Electrical and electronics engineers design new products, write performance requirements, and develop maintenance schedules. They also test equipment, solve operating problems, and estimate the time and cost of engineering projects.

 

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