The Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering (GIEE), established on August 1st, 2001. Aiming for a leading research organization in the new millennium, the GIEE consists of three research groups: Integrated Circuits and Systems (ICS), Nano-Electronics (NE), and Electronic Design Automation (EDA). The research activities at GIEE are highly related to the current and future needs of the global electronics industry. The faculty and students at GIEE continue to conduct innovative researches while maintaining close interaction with industrial partners. The ICS group focuses on the design of bio-medical, multimedia, and communication integrated circuits and systems, system-on-a-chip (SoC) integration, and high-performance analog, mixed-mode, and digital circuits . The NE group emphasizes on group IV and compound semiconductor devices, opto-electronic / organic components, device modeling, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and display devices. The EDA group is devoted to SoC design methodologies, physical designs, logic synthesis, verification, circuit testing, design for manufacturability/reliability.
Our objective is to give our students, not only the cutting-edge technological knowledge and applications, but also a multidisciplinary engineering background for various career directions. Developing lasting partnerships with prominent international research organizations and semiconductor corporations, GIEE produces more than 150 highly-motivated graduates each year, serving the country and the world with well-balanced, up-to-date technical knowledge. With the best research environment, we are confident and well prepared for the challenges in the highly-competitive electronics industries. The faculty and the students at GIEE will continue to work for more outstanding research results and contribution to our industry and society.http://www.giee.ntu.edu.tw/portal/