The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering primarily aims to provide a strong infrastructure in the fields of mathematics, basic sciences and basic engineering, to enable students to identify engineering problems in the field of electrical and electronics and to find solutions by thinking analytically in related disciplines. In addition, our students will be able to effectively use the necessary techniques, equipment and modern communication tools for daily engineering applications. The most obvious advantage of our program is that it can access the capacity to work in multidisciplinary fields by taking advantage of various departments in the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences.
The aim of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program is to educate electrical and electronics engineers who
• have sufficient breadth and depth of basic engineering and professional experience in the fields of electrical and electronics,
• have assimilated his knowledge enough to turn it into design and application,
• will be able to find the opportunity to work in important national and international institutions and companies, open their own workplace, do graduate education and do research and development work,
• can follow the developments in their respective fields and produce and apply innovative ideas.
What are the qualifications required by the program?
Candidates who will choose the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Atlas University should have the abilities of analytical thinking and problem solving, a strong sense of curiosity and they they need to be careful and patient research people who need to constantly renew themselves.
What kind of opportunities does the program offer to its students?
In the first year of their education, our students will be given basic science courses. Our students, who will start to take the basic courses of Electrical and Electronics Engineering as of the second year, will have the opportunity to use their knowledge and skills in solving real-world problems by taking elective courses related to the field they want to specialize in the last two years of their education.
Our students will benefit from the opportunities of our industry and non-university stakeholders through sectoral collaborations, as well as from the existing laboratories in our department. Thus, in addition to basic engineering concepts, we provide our students with advanced education and training opportunities in subjects such as design and analysis of electrical and electronic circuits and systems, communication systems, electrical energy systems and facilities, electrical machines, power electronics and hardware design. In addition, our students will be able to continuously improve themselves with exchange programs, double major, minor and certificate programs.
In which fields can graduates find the opportunity to work?
Our graduates can work in small and medium-sized enterprises, large-scale national and international companies operating in the fields of consumer electronics, communication systems, embedded systems, industrial control and automation applications, power generation and distribution, automotive industry, Internet service providers and defense industry. Depending on their individual interests and preferences, our graduates can hold various positions in these companies such as research and development, design, production, after-sales services, project development and management. Electrical and Electronics Engineers, in addition to the specified professions, can work as academicians at universities and in research centers. Some of the areas where our graduates of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering can find the opportunity to work are listed below.
• Computer systems and communication networks
• Mobile communication and wireless networks
• Optical and microwave communication
• Integrated circuit design and micro-electronic systems
• Advanced robots and intelligent machines
• Video and image processing systems
• Quantum devices and quantum computing
• Electromagnetic compatibility
• Renewable energy systems
• Space research and technologies
• Antennas and propagation
• Internet of things
• Artificial intelligence
• Deep learning
• Cloud computing
• Biomedical systems