Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering
|Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering
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|Dean||Professor Ariel Orda|
|Location||Technion City, Israel|
The Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering is a division of the Technion founded in 1947 which focuses on the training of electrical engineers and computer engineers in various disciplines including CAD, VLSI, Image processing, Signal processing, Solid-state electronics, communication systems, integrated circuits, Parallel computing and systems, and embedded systems. The current Dean of Faculty is Professor Ariel Orda.
In 1938 Franz Ollendorff, an Israeli physicist, established the department of Electrical Engineering under the Faculty of Technology. Franz became its first dean the following year. In 1947 the Faculty of Electrical Engineering was established after it split from the Faculty of Technology.
Today, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is the largest faculty in the Technion with over 2,000 undergraduate students and over 400 master and doctorate students. The faculty consistently ranks among the top 10 Electrical and Computer Engineering faculties in the world.
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