Department Aims



The undergraduate studies curriculum of the Department of Electronics Engineering, T.E.I. Piraeus,  covers the field of Electronics along with its applications in devices and systems of any kind that  contain electronic parts. Indicative application areas include electronic systems,  telecommunications, industrial electronics and automations, informatics and computer networks.  


Aims and Objectives  


•  The undergraduate and graduate programs of the Department offer up-to-date, high-level  knowledge in the field of Electronics and its applications, combining theoretical knowledge  with practical, laboratory experience. Beyond providing students with a solid background of  knowledge in the subject of Electronics and cultivating a methodology of thinking in order 

to approach and solve science and technology problems, the curriculum aims to a spherical  development of the student’s personality and professional conscience. 

•  In addition to the above, the Department systematically supports and develops research  activities in order to promote science and technology in the field of Electronics and its  applications and contribute to the development of knowledge in the field. The Department  closely monitors the international science and technology progress and innovation on its  subject and pursues cooperation with departments of educational institutions, in Greece or  abroad, as well as private or state institutions, on the basis of education, research and  development activities. 

•  Finally, the Department pursues the systematic interconnection and interaction with industry  or service provision institutions, units or plants, as well as professional organizations, to  help improve its curriculum, update its life-long  learning programs and secure the status of  its graduates in contemporary labor market. Within this framework, emphasis is placed on  the preparation of graduate students for a European professional career, by means of  exchange and mobility programs and co-operations, under the ECTS (European Credit  Transfer System).  


The Graduate Profile 


Upon completion of all undergraduate curriculum requirements, students obtain the “Technological  Education Electronics Engineer” degree. They have acquired knowledge and experience allowing  them to work independently or in cooperation with other scientists and technologists in the  following areas:  

1.  Analog/digital electronic components, devices, systems and measurement instruments, 

2.  Telecommunications (wired and wireless, microwave, mobile, satellite, optical) and digital data  communications, 

3.  Power electronics, Industrial electronics and automations, Automatic Control Systems, Mechatronic  systems, 

4.  Audiovisual systems and installations, Television and radio,  Sound and image processing /  Multimedia, 

5.  Computer technology, computer networks, Internet and information services, Telematics  applications,  

6.  Sensors, measurement and data collection systems, Digital data processing 7.  Microelectronics, Integrated circuits and Hardware structures, 

8.  Biomedical electronics, biomedical technology and biometric signal processing, 

9.  Safety and fire-protection systems, Electromagnetic compatibility, Quality assurance systems, 

10. Electronic technologies for the Environment, Electronic technologies for Renewable Energy Sources. 


In the above areas and associated fields, the graduate of the Department can reliably undertake  tasks such as the: 


i.  study, design, development, manufacture, implementation of systems, devices or  equipment, 

ii.  operation, control, supervision, maintenance, and repair of equipment, 

iii.  organization and supervision of production, assembly or manufacture, 

iv.  technical/ financial reports, feasibility and suitability studies as well as expert reports, 

v.  certification, quality assurance, and EMC tests/certification of equipment and installations, 

vi.  foundation, organization and management of business units, 

vii.  provision of technical and counseling services, 

viii.  design and implementation of technological research programs to promote science and  technology.  

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