Introduction to School of Communication and Electronic Engineering
The School of Communication and Electronic Engineering of East China Normal University originated from the Department of Electronic Science and Technology established in 1984. In 2001, the university established the School of Information Science and Technology, and the Department of Electronic Science and Technology belonged to the School of Information. In 2008, the Department of Electronic Engineering and the Department of Communication Engineering were established on the basis of the Department of Electronic Science and Technology. In July 2019, the university sorted out and integrated relevant subject resources, formed the Department of Information, and established the School of Communication and Electronic Engineering (referred to as the School of Communication). As an entity under the Department of Information, the School of Communications is committed to meeting major national strategic needs, cultivating outstanding talents in the field of communications and electronics, and promoting the construction of first-class information disciplines.
The School of Communication has two teaching and research units, the Department of Communication Engineering and the Department of Electronic Engineering, and two research platforms, the Shanghai Key Laboratory of Multi-Dimensional Information Processing, and the Shanghai University Engineering Research Center for Spatial Information and Positioning Navigation. There is a Shanghai Electronic Information Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center, and advanced experimental equipment provides good conditions for the cultivation of students' practical ability.
School has two first-level doctoral programs in Information and Communication Engineering and Electronic Science and Technology. In Communications Engineering and Microelectronics Science and Engineering recruit undergraduates. In Communication and Information systems, Signal and Information Processing, and Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics three secondary disciplines recruit PhD and Master students. Recruiting master's degree students of Electronic Information Engineering in the two majors of Electronic and Communication Engineering and Integrated Circuit Engineering. In the process of student educating, the school implements the new engineering training concept, strengthens the training of practical ability and innovation awareness, and sends a large number of engineering talents with solid professional foundations, good professional applications, innovative awareness and ability to communications, microelectronics and other industries and scientific research fields.
There are 85 teachers in the School of Communications, including 21 professors (including researchers and professor-level senior engineers) and 29 associate professors (including associate researchers, senior engineers, and senior experimenters). The college currently has more than 870 full-time students, including more than 400 master / PhD students.