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Department of Electrical Engineering

The Department aims to enable students to make immediate contribution to industry and take responsibility of the development, design, construction, application and operation of devices and systems. It, also, furnishes students with the necessary tools to proceed to advanced degrees. The main objectives are:

  • to provide an understanding of scientific concepts and engineering laws and develop abilities to interpret and evaluate engineering problems.
  • to provide a broad based education in electrical and electronic engineering together with the relevant mathematics and support subjects.
  • to reinforce understanding of theory through laboratory application of logic and electrical circuits, transmission and modulation theory, electrical machines and transformers, three phase distribution techniques, robotic systems, electronics and microprocessors.
  • to provide the necessary knowledge to students enabling them to carry out consultation services. to furnish students with knowledge on specialized subjects based on the area of interest of individual students concerned.

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AEEE222_L - Circuit Analysis Lab (Stathis E.)This course requires an enrolment key
AEEE499 - Senior Project (Pavlos Mavromatidis)This course requires an enrolment key
AEEE505 Digital Signal ProcessingThis course requires an enrolment key
AEEE452 - Electrical Installation Design and Applications (Nicholas Christofides)
AEEE424 Digital Signal Processing - Komodromos Fall 2017This course requires an enrolment key
AEEE352 - Electrical Machines with Laboratory (Nicholas Christofides)
AEEE450 / 1 - IEE Wiring Regulations (Nicholas Christofides)This course requires an enrolment key
AEEE103/AUTO108 - Electrical Science I (Marios Neofytou)This course requires an enrolment key