The College was founded in 1921. It covers 4 departments including electrical engineering, control science and engineering, electronics science and technology, instrumentation science and technology, and a Lab Center. We have over 180 faculty members, about 2000 undergraduate students and 1200 master students and PHD students.
We have two national key disciplines (control science and engineering, and electrical engineering), together with one national engineering technology research centre and one state key laboratory. Our doctoral programs cover a wide scope of modern technologies including: electric motor and appliances, automation of electric power systems, high voltage and insulation technology, power electronics and power transmission, theory and new technology of electrical engineering, control theory and control engineering, pattern recognition and intelligent systems, systems engineering, measurement technology and automatic equipment, navigation guidance and control, and circuit and system.