Established in 1928, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering has accomplished strong research and academic outcomes to become one of the country’s leading institution in this field. The Faculty is home of six departments, creating a vibrant environment with much to offer to undergraduate and graduate students.
With more than 60 faculty members, an annual average of more than 180 international papers, and more than 650 graduate students, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering is one of the university engines of research and innovation.
Center for Research and Technology (CReaTech)
The Center of Research and Technology is a place for cutting edge inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary scientific, technical, and technological activities and projects. The Center comprises of 21 research thrusts from different disciplines within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. It provides three separate office halls with the capacity of up to 45 seats for researchers, a lab space for the conduction of practical projects and experiments as well as technology development, a multi-purpose demo/expo hall, and a meeting room.
The research thrusts at the CREATECH center include: Assistive Robotic and Biomechatronic Systems, Brain–Computer Interface (BCI) Systems, Control of Cyber-Physical Systems, Electromagnetic Radiation and Compatibility (ELERC), Energy Smart Grids, Fractional Order Systems and Controllers, Functional Imaging and Human Brain Mapping, Information Theory and Communication Security, Micro- and Nanoelectronic Computation, Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Technology, Monitoring in Power Systems, Nanostructures, Optical Networking, Photonics and THz Devices, Power System Security, Radar System Design, and Time-Domain Electromagnetics (TEM).
Advanced Robotics and Automated Systems (ARAS)
ARAS Research group was originated in 1997 and is proud of its 20+ years of brilliant background, and its contributions to the advancement of academic education and research in the field of Robotics. ARAS outcomes are well represented by the industrial engineers, researchers, and scientific figures graduated from this group, and numerous industrial and R&D projects being conducted here. The current research themes include:
Advanced Process Automation and Control (APAC)
The APAC research group was established in 2007 with the vision of conducting researches on theory and application of advanced control and automation systems. APAC team succeeded on opening up new horizons on control theories as well as conducting several industrial projects. Some of these projects are as follows:
- Advanced process control
- Condition monitoring
- Mechatronics systems
- Robot Design
- Researches on control theories
- APAC Lab Complex
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering offers B.Sc, M.Sc and PhD programs in its diverse fields of study. The educational programs at the faculty aims to present the endless possibilities that an electrical engineering student can achieve to boost his/her career. Faculty of Electrical Engineering comprises of six academic departments and offers the following programs:
Electrical Power Systems
Systems and Control
Communications, (two majors)
Electrical Power Systems, (two majors)
Electronics, (two majors)
Systems and Control (two majors)
Electrical Power Systems
Systems and Control
Faculty of Electrical Engineering of K. N. Toosi University of Technology benefits from its extensive international academic collaborations. The Faculty experienced joint Ph.D. programs in Power Engineering with the Leibnitz University of Hannover (Germany), and Biomedical Engineering with Picardie University Jules Verne (France).
In the context of joint research at both Masters and Ph.D. levels, the Faculty has a long list of international collaborators namely: the University of Michigan, INRIA Research Institute (France), University of Picardie Jules Verne (France), École Poly technique de Montréal (Canada), University of Laval (Canada), ETS (Canada), University of Dublin (Ireland), Fraunhofer Research Institute (Germany), University of Bremen (Germany), ETH-Zurich, (Switzerland), and the University of Western Ontario (Canada).
Address: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology,
Seyed-Khandan, Shariati Ave., Tehran, Iran.
Postal Code: 16317-14191
P. O. Box:16315-1355