Brief History of CSIE
Established in 2003, the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE) began with the undergraduate program. In 2012, the Master of Science program was founded. Each year the department admits about 40 undergraduates and 10 Master’s students. The department also offers a four-year evening undergraduate program for extension education.
The CSIE Department highlights educational programs that combine theory with practice. We emphasize the importance of a relevant engineering design experience that is integrated across the curriculum to develop in our students an understanding of the relationships between theory and practice. There is also a strong emphasis on the humanities, engineering ethics and the development of an appreciation for societal issues. Currently, we encompass two major disciplines: Mobile Networking and Communications (MNC), and Multimedia Technologies (MT). The mission is to educate students through a rigorous curriculum of theory and application that develops the ability to solve problems, individually and in teams; to provide our students with a solid foundation in the computer and information engineering field that prepares them for lifelong careers and professional growth.
Faculty and Facilities
The faculty consists of eleven outstanding members; five of them are Full Professors. The department has several well-equipped laboratories for teaching and researching purposes, including Digital System Lab, Advanced RISC Machine Lab, Internet Lab, Networks Management Lab, and Human-Machine Interface Lab. In addition, we have two computer classrooms equipped with more than 100 advanced desktop computers.
|Multimedia Systems Laboratory||
|Natural Language Processing and AI Systems Laboratory||
|Application of the Smart Data Sciences Laboratory||
|Wireless and Mobile Networks Laboratory||
Associated Professor Feng-Long Huang
Education: National United University Affiliated Kindergarten