History of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department:
Department of electrical and electronics engineering founded in 1964 by Dr. Rafie Mavadat, a professor at the faculty of engineering. In 1965, with the purchase of laboratory equipments, three laboratories were established:
- Electronics laboratory
- Microwave laboratory
- Precision measuring laboratory
Dr. Rafie Mavadat, head of electrical and electronics engineering department
In the years 1966, with the construction of new engineering building, several laboratories with total area of 1,200 square meters, and an electronic equipment repair workshop were created. The number of professors in this department was 6 in that year, and in the same year, the MSc degree in electrical engineering was prepared in accordance with the curriculum of the world's leading universities and was approved by the Central Council of Universities. By expanding laboratories and research facilities and increasing the number of teaching staffs, the number of accepted students also increased and new majors were created.
With the expansion of electrical and computer departments, according to the decision of the Board of Directors of the University in 1999, it became the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, which included following departments:
Department of communication and electronics engineering
Department of power and control engineering
Department of computer science & engineering and information technology
Currently, with well-known professors and well-equipped laboratories and research centers, including the APA Center (awareness, support and computer aid), the largest trustee in charge of responding to cyber security events in the south of the country, is among the leading faculty of electrical engineering and computer in the country.
|The old building of the School of Engineering (No. 1) in 1964|