Research opportunities for Students of Electrical Engineering
DTU’s Telecommunications Engineering major is based on CDIO (Conceive - Design- Implement - Operate) , the universal standard for engineering education. Through a process of experiments, validation and evaluation, they acquire the “innovation skills” that are required of personnel who will play an important role in the global society.
In addition, the university always pays attention to investing in modern facilities, to provide students with the best study environment. The Faculty has five practice labs:
- Electronics Lab
- Logic Lab
- Electrical Machinery Lab
- The Advanced Telecommunications Lab
- Virtual Reality Lab
and two supporting centers including CEE and CIT.
Among these, the system of telecommunications practice labs with modern equipment contain spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, logic analyzers, and so on, imported from the US.
The modern research facilities for students of Electrical Engineering at DTU
Every year, lecturers from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering release research papers on prestigious domestic and international journals such as WPC, IET Communications, Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, IETE Journal of Research; and present at international conferences including VTC, ICCE, NICS, SigTelCom, ATC, I4CT, WSCES.
Significant achievements gained by students of Electrical Engineering
It is the experience and the results the staff and lecturers have in scientific research that instill a passion for research in the students. Thanks to the enthusiastic guidance from lecturers together with the modern facilities and their unceasing efforts, students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering have set down noteworthy research achievements, efficiently applicable to real life and enjoying the interest of agencies and businesses.
- Creative award in the 2015 National Festival for Creative Youth with project entitled "A Robot that Guides pedestrians across the street”, awarded by the HCM Communist Youth Union Central Committee,
- CDIO Basic 2nd prize in the CDIO Academy 2013 held at MIT & Harvard University in America with project entitled “Solar and Battery-Powered Alphabet Blocks”,
- Third prize in the 2014 National Robocon Contest,
- Consolation prize for Microcontroller Design awarded by Texas Instruments in 2013, - First prize at the 2014 Student Research Conference
- First prize for a paper at the Students’ Science Conference and one Impressive prize for the display of a research project in 2014.
Lecturers and students of Electrical Engineering with their project: “A Robot that Guides pedestrians across the street”,
These research achievements furthermore affirm the prestige and the educational quality of DTU, and they create attractive job opportunities for students. Always aiming to offer students training linked with scientific research, DTU - and in particular the Faculty of Electrical Engineering - will see many more students setting down impressive achievements for sure.