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    Academic Cooperation and Exchange


    We have built strong cooperation with many famous academic organizations, e.g., University of California at Berkeley, University of California at Los Angeles, Stanford University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Oxford University, University of Edinburgh, Paris High Division, University of Tokyo, Waseda University.


    These cooperation cover most of our research directions: from electronic communication, optical communication, to quantum communication; from computer hardware, software, to network; from micro-electromechanical system to nano techniques; from machine perception to machine intelligence. 




      International Joint Laboratories



    We work closely with many famous industry organizations in the world, e.g., IBM, INTEL, BELL LAB., MOTOROLA, CADENCE, MENTOR, ADI. The joint laboratories we built together are helping us exploring the new frontiers of Information Technology.

    ■  Peking University-IBM Technology Center
    ■  Peking University-INTEL New Technology Laboratory
    ■  Peking University-BELL LABS. Software Technology Joint Laboratory
    ■   Peking University-MOTOROLA New Device Laboratory
    ■  Peking University-CADENCE Laboratory
    ■  Peking University-MENTOR EDA Software Training Center
    ■  Peking University-ADI Laboratory
    ■  Peking University-ANSYS-MEMS PRO Software Technology Supporting Center
    ■  Peking University-FUJITSU Information Science and Technology Joint Research Center
    ■  Peking University-IBM Solution Engineering Joint Laboratory



    Degree Programs



    The school of EECS offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of electronics engineering and computer science. Every year, the school awards Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Master of Science (M.S.), Doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees to hundreds of students.


    Undergraduate Program


    In the school of EECS, undergraduate students can pursue four Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees, which are offered by four departments, respectively. In each September, about 350 freshmen are enrolled to the school. According to the university policy, all students can select a field of study at the end of the freshman year. The normal length of the undergraduate program is four years.

    Students are organized in the following four departments, each offering the corresponding degree.
    Electronics Science and Engineering Computer Science and Technology 
    Microelectronics Intelligent Science and Technology


    M.S. Program

    The school admits about 300 excellent students to its M.S. program every year. Most of them are selected directly from senior undergraduate students who showed excellent tracking record during their first three years of undergraduate study, while the rest are admitted based on the graduate entrance examination organized by the Ministry of Education. The normal length of the M.S. program is three years.

    Currently, a total of eleven M.S. degrees are offered.
    Computer Architecture Computer Software and Theory
    Applied Computer Technology Physical Electronics
    Circuits and Systems Micro-electronics and Solid-State Electronics
    Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Technology Communication and Information System
    Signal and Information Processing Acoustics
    Radio physics   


    Ph.D. Program



    About 100 students join the Ph.D. program in the School of EECS every year. There are three ways for students to enter the Ph.D. program: (1) Take the entrance examination of the Ph.D program. (2) Transfer from the M.S. program to the Ph.D. program at the third semester. (3) Apply the Ph.D. program directly when they are senior undergraduate students. The normal length to pursue a Ph.D. degree is four years for students with a M.S. degree and six years for those entered with only a B.S. degree.

    The school offers Ph. D degrees in the following areas.
    Computer Architecture Computer Software and Theory
    Applied Computer Technology Physical Electronics
    Micro-electronics and Solid State electronics Communication and Information System
    Signal and Information Processing Radio physics


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