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  1. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITYFaculty of Electrical&Electronics Engineering Electrical (Electric Power) Engineering Department (ITU-EED) Electrical Engineering Program

  2. ITU-EED • Dr.Aydogan Ozdemir, Professor • Istanbul Technical University • Department of Electrical Engineering • Head of Power Systems Division • 34469 Maslak-Istanbul/TURKEY • Tel : +90 252 2220 , +90 285 6758 • Fax : +90 252 2220 • Email : •

  3. ITU-EED • Aydoğan Özdemir was born in Turkey, on January 1957. He received the B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey in 1980, 1982 and 1990, respectively. He is a professor at the same University. His current research interests are in the area of electric power system with emphasis on reliability analysis, for power system modeling, analysis and control and high-voltage engineering. He is currently head of Power Systems Division

  4. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Istanbul Technical University, ITU, was established in 1773 with its original name "Muhendishane-i Bahr-i Humayun - The Royal School of Naval Engineering ". • This public naval school was later extended by “the school of architecture” (1847) and by the School of Civil Engineering and the name was changed to Engineering Academy.

  5. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Gaining university status in 1928, the Engineering Academy continued to provide education in the fields of engineering and architecture until it was incorporated into ITU in 1944. • In 1944, ITU became an autonomous university which included the Faculties of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering.

  6. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • The programs of those initial four disciplines were mainly organized by the professors educated in Germany during 1938-1945 and by several German professors those immigrated to Turkey during the second world war. • Although those programs have been revised several times in the past, we do still sense the effects of Mid-European education system.

  7. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • ITU is a now state polytechnic university which defines and continues to update methods of engineering and architecture in Turkey. • Its vision is to become a national and international focal point of pioneering studies in the fields of science, technology, social sciences, and the arts.

  8. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Its mission is to educate the technological leaders and entrepreneurs of the future in a rich intellectual environment sensitive to both local and global issues. • After the last organization of the university in 1996, 40 undergraduate programs are conducted at 12 Faculties.

  9. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics • Faculty of Architecture • Faculty of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering • Faculty of Civil Engineering • Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering • Faculty of Management • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering • Faculty of Mines • Faculty of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering • Faculty of Science and Letters • Faculty of Textile Technologies and Design • Maritime Faculty

  10. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Institute of Energy • Institute of Science and Technology (Graduate School) • Institute of Social Science • Institute of Informatics • Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences • School Of Foreign Languages • Department of Fine Arts • Department of Physical Education and Sports • Turkish Music State Conservatory

  11. ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY • Of ITU's five campuses, the main campus is located at Ayazağa. Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is on this campus which extends over an area of 247 hectares.


  13. FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (FEEE) • In 1944 Faculty of Electrical Engineering was formed with two divisions: • High Current/Voltage Division (Electric Power Engineering) and • Low Current/Voltage Division (Electronics and Communication Engineering). • Following a five years of curriculum, MSc degree was being awarded to the students up to 1969. The curriculum was originated from Mid-Eurepean (German) system.

  14. FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (FEEE) • After 1969, the span of curriculum was changed to four+two years awarding BSE+MSE degrees. However, undergraduate curriculum was still Mid-European course-intensive style requiring ~ 240 credits for graduation. • The name of the faculty was later changed to Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in 1982. There are four departments in the faculty where four undergraduate ABET accreditated programs are held. Namely; • Computer Engineering Department/Program • Control and Automation Engineering/Program • Electrical (Electric Power) Engineering/Program • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering/Program

  15. FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (FEEE) • There is another undergraduate program named Information Systems Engineering which is offered jointly by ITU and State University of New York (SUNY). • Annual enrolments are; • 450+40 students at undergraduate level, • 150+20 students graduate (MSc) Level, and • 45+8 students at PhD level

  16. ELECTRICAL (ELECTRIC POWER) ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT(EED)/PROGRAM(EEP) • Electrical Engineering Program at the department covers; • Energy politics, manegement, development & power generation, • Power transmission&distribution networks, • Power system analysis, operation, measurement, protection, signalling and control, • Power Quality and reliability, • High Voltage Engineering, • Illumination and indoor installation, • Electrical machines & drives • Power electronics systems.

  17. EED-EEP Continued • Electrical engineering also forms a multi-disciplinary application platform with the intersection of mechanical, electronic, computer,control, signal processing and communications engineering. This platform leads to design, install, monitor, control, protect and manage the modern age electrical power systems. • In addition to conducting the Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program, the Electrical Engineering Department maintains the Electrical Engineering Graduate Programs (Master's and PhD), which are associated with the Institute of Science and Technology.

  18. EED-EEP ENROLLMENTS/ALUMNI • The Electrical Engineering Program has • 510 students and 4400 alumni at undergraduate level, • 100 students and 400 alumni at Master Level, and • 43 students and 44 alumni at PhD level. • Annual enrolments are; • 120+10 students at undergraduate level, • 50+5 students graduate (MSc) Level, and • 15+2 students at PhD level.

  19. EED-EEP FACULTY • Today, the Academic Staff, all full-time includes: • 7 Professors, • 4 Associate Professors, • 13 Assistance Professors, • 4 Lecturers and • 17 Research Assistants • In October 2005, the council of ABET found the electrical engineering undergraduate program to be "substantially equivalent" to accredited electrical engineering programs in the USA.

  20. EED-EEP Mission/Vision • The Mission Statement of Electrical Engineering is to: • provide a broad education in the fundamentals of electrical engineering and technology, while providing opportunities for emphasis in the specialized fields of electric power engineering, • pursue research to advance the state-of-art in electrical engineering and engineering education, • have graduates who accept responsibility as an engineer in state, private and world-wide industrial organizations, or to pursue advanced degrees after graduation.

  21. ELECTRICAL (ELECTRIC POWER) ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM • Program Educational Objectives • All graduates of electrical engineering program shall have an ability to think logically and creatively, and build continuous careers in the field of electrical engineering.

  22. EED-EEP Mission/Vision Continued • Program graduates • are able to effectively utilize science and engineering principles, and use these together with modern tools to design engineering systems, • continuously expand their knowledge and skills after graduation to conduct advanced research, and develop novel technologies in electrical engineering, • have essential interpersonal communication skills and necessary self confidence to build successful careers, and serve professionally in both national and international frame, • appreciate engineering as a profession, including ethical, societal local and global awareness.

  23. EED-EEP Mission/Vision Continued • Electrical Engineering program must demonstrate that their graduates have: • an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering, • an ability to design and conduct experiments in electrical engineering, as well as to analyze and interpret data to reach an appropriate conclusion, • an ability to design an electrical system, component, or process to meet desired needs, • an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams, • an ability to identify, formulate, and solve electrical engineering problems, • an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,

  24. EED-EEP Mission/Vision Continued • an ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written fashion, • the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context, • a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning, • a knowledge of contemporary issues and their impact on engineering profession, • an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for electrical engineering practice, • a knowledge of applied electronics, computer and information systems to design and analyze complex systems for electrical engineering applications.

  25. EED-EEP Program Criteria • Program Criteria • The graduates have: • Criteria 1: ability to use advanced mathematics including probability and statistics, differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables and discrete mathematics in electrical engineering, • Criteria 2: ability to use engineering sciences and engineering principles, • Criteria 3: ability to analyze and design complex electrical systems containing both hardware and software components, • Criteria 4: ability to use engineering principles and tools for managing large-scale engineering projects.

  26. EED-BSc PROGRAM • Students of Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program placed by the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM). The students are from the top 5 % out of 200000 annual enrolments to the universities. They are required to complete a 152.5-credit hour course work to graduate from the program. (See the Curriculum Below). These curriculum courses belong to any of the categories including • Basic Sciences (BS), • Basic Engineering (BE), • Humanity and Social Sciences (Non-Technical-NT) and • Engineering (Power) Design.

  27. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • The courses in the Basic Sciences category and Basic Engineering category are aimed at establishing a strong general engineering background in the fields of mathematics, physics, and chemistry, also at providing a broad vision of engineering profession as well. • The courses fall within Humanity and Social Sciences are carefully selected to make each student act as a productive member of the community with effective written and oral communication skills. • The courses that fall within Engineering Design category are prepared to introduce the fundamentals, basic principles and technologies of electrical (power) engineering, aiming at providing students the abilities to use them in designing engineering systems and developing advanced technologies.

  28. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Compulsory engineering design courses (CEDC) are aimed to introduce the fundamentals of electric power engineering to all graduates; whereas elective engineering design courses (EEDC) are aimed to specialize in one or more of the following areas: • Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, • Power System Control, Protection and Communication, • High Voltage Engineering, • Illumination and Indoor Installation, • Electrical Machines and Drives, • Power Electronic Systems,

  29. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Compulsory (Power) Engineering DesignCourses • Illumination Technique • Electrical Machines I • Electrical Machines II • Elektrical Machines Lab.I • Power Electronic Circuits • Power Electronics Lab. • Electric Power Generation • Power Transmission Systems • Electrical Power Distribution + Lab. • High Voltage Engineering • High Voltage Lab.

  30. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Electric Power Generation-Transmission and Distribution Elective Courses • Power Plant Machines • Introduction to Nuclear Engineering • Nuclear Enrgy & Nuclear Reactors • Electric Power Transmission Lines (Mechanical) • Safety in Electrical Installations • Electrical Installation Project • Direct Energy Conversion

  31. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Power System Operation, Control, Protection and Communucation Elective Courses • Measurement and Instrumentation • Microprocessor Systems • Digital Protection &Signalling • Power Syst Control & Communucation • Introduction to Power System Dynamics & Stability • Protection Techniques in Elec. Installations • Unbalanced Operation in Power Systems

  32. ELECTRICAL (ELECTRIC POWER) ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT/BSc PROGRAM • High Voltage Engineering Elective Courses • Overvoltages &Insulation Coordination • Discharge Phen. in High Voltage Technique • High Voltage Circuit Breakers • Insulation Materials in H.Voltage Technique • Very High Voltage Technique • High Voltage Measurement Lab.

  33. ELECTRICAL (ELECTRIC POWER) ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT/BSc PROGRAM • Illumination and Indoor Installation Elective Courses • Exterior Illumination • Illumination and Indoor Installation Project • Illumination and Indoor Installation Lab. • Interior Lighting • Lighting in Industrial Buildings • Intelligent Buildings

  34. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Electrical Machines and Drives Elective Courses • Design of Power Transformers • Small Electrical Machines and Their Appl. • Computer-Aided Design of DC Machines • Special Electrical Machines • Windings in Electrical Machines • Dynamics of Electrical Machines • Industrial Applications of Electrical Machines • Electric Drive Systems • Overstresses in Electrical Machines • Project: Adv. Tech. in Speed Control of Electrical Machines • Brushless Electric Motors • Electrical Machines Lab. II

  35. EED-BSc PROGRAM - Continued • Power Electronics Systems Elective Courses • Design of Power Electronic Circuits • Industrial Applications of Power Elctronics • Industrial Applications of Power Electronics II • Power Quality and Harmonics • Photovoltaic Systems

  36. EED Laboratories • The theoretical courses in electrical engineering undergraduate education are supported by modern simulation and test laboratories. The simulation laboratories are equipped with a network of PC computers with internet connection. Test laboratories are equipped with up-to-date test sets providing students a wide variety of opportunities to practice their knowledge. • Electrical Installation Laboratory • Electric Power Systems Laboratory • High Voltage Laboratory • Illumination and Indoor Lighting Laboratory • Electrical Machines and Drives Laboratory • Power Electronics Laboratory • Simulation Laboratory

  37. EED Laboratories • Electrical Installation Laboratory • There are several test setups for power system components (disconnector, ciruit breaker, relays etc.) used for undergraduate laboratory courses.

  38. EED Laboratories • Electric Power Systems Laboratory

  39. EED Laboratories • High Voltage Laboratory • There are several high voltage generation and measurement test setups used both for undergraduate courses and research activities as well as industrial tests.

  40. EED Laboratories • Illumination and Indoor Lighting Laboratory

  41. EED Laboratories • Electrical Machines and Drives Laboratory

  42. EED Laboratories • Power Electronics Laboratory • There are power electronic design and application test setups to serve 60 students at a session. In addition, some industrial tests are also performed.

  43. EED Group Projects • Electrical Car Project

  44. EED Group Projects • Hydro-Bee (Hydrogen Car) Project

  45. EED Group Projects • Electrical Boat Project

  46. EED-ELECTRIC POWERENGINEERING PROGRAM CURRICULUM • L : Lecture • A: Application • Lab: Laboratory • BS: Basic Science • BE: Basic Engineering • NT: Non-technical • ED:Engineering Design • C: Compulsory E: Elective