Electrical & Information Sciences - Teaching
Electrical and Information Sciences covers a very broad area. Modules cover a wide range of electronic circuits and devices, digital representation and processing of signals, and the manipulation of data in computers. A student in this area will be seeking to gain a broad overview of systems from the signals that flow through them to the hardware platforms that implement them.
Students intending to qualify in this Engineering Area in the third year must include at least eight of the modules listed below:
|Number and title of module|
|3B1||Radio frequency electronics|
|3B2||Integrated digital electronics|
|3B4||Electric drive systems|
|3B7||Modern and future energy systems|
|3F1||Signals and systems|
|3F2||Systems and control|
|3F3||Signal and pattern processing|
|3F5||Computer and network systems|
|3F6||Software engineering and design|
|3G4||Medical imaging and 3D computer graphics|
Although many students will choose to do mostly B modules or mostly F modules depending on their inclination towards the electrical or information side, students who prefer to specialise exclusively in one or the other should consider one of the other relevant Engineering Areas (Electrical and Electronic or Information and Computer Engineering).
Area activity: Design of a CD player.
Students intending to qualify in this Engineering Area must include at least six of the modules listed below, in their fourth year: