The Faculty of Electrical Engineering is proud of the depth and breadth of the research being conducted by its faculty members and researchers. Research at the faculty covers a wide spectrum of areas spreading from nanoelectronics and nanostructures to microscale electronic circuits, systems, and devices, in electronics, and to large scale systems such as power plants and smart power distribution networks in power engineering. Active research in the field of communications comprises electromagnetic fields and waves as well as communication circuits and systems realized using both regular and optical approaches. In control theory and engineering qua lity research is focused on linear and non-linear control of single- and multi-variable systems using classic and intelligent approaches, and areas such as industrial processes and robotics. Research in biomedical engineering includes biological signal processing, biomedical image processing, and biomedical instrumentation. Research in the field of mechatronics is actively pursued in fault diagnosis and biomechatronics.
Active research areas at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering can be categorized into 40+ “Core Research Areas”. Core research areas for each one of the six departments are accessible using the following links:
There are 30+ research laboratories at KNTU-EE, in which genuine and fruitful research is conducted.
Click here for a list of these laboratories and the associated research.