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  1. reshaping the reality for a better future Electrical engineeringInstitutteknologibandung

  2. “A nation which depends upon others for its new basic scientific knowledge will be slow in its industrial progress and weak in its competitive position in world trade.” Vannevar Bush Science, The Endless Frontier, 1944

  3. “Scientist Discover the world that exists; Engineers create the world that never was” Theodore van Karman Aerospace Engineer Engineering is not science. Engineers generally don't "do" science. Science is about discovering the natural. Engineering is creating the artificial.

  4. Engineers apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to research and develop economical solutions to technical problems. Engineering

  5. Electrical Engineering is among the most significant engineering field which drives the evolution of human civilization in the last centuries. It is expected will continue to be the one in the foreseeable future. A new frontier of human endeavor is opened every moment which are only possible by the technology delivered by electrical engineering Electrical Engineering

  6. Computer engineers analyze, design, and evaluate computer systems, both hardware and software. Computer engineers often find themselves focusing on problems or challenges which result in new "state of the art" products, which integrate computer capabilities. They work on the design, planning, development, testing, and even the supervision of manufacturing of computer hardware -- including everything from chips to device controllers.  They also focus on computer networks for the transmission of data and multimedia. Computer engineers

  7. Telecommunications • Telecommunications is a prime growth area for electrical and electronics engineers. • Local-area networks, both radio and wired within buildings and campuses • Wire and optical links to homes and businesses • Satellite communications in unwired Third World countries • Satellite communications for mobile telephone users everywhere • Satellite, microwave, and fiber-optic trunks for intercity traffic • Databases ranging from internet sites to collections of specialized technical information Industry Sectors

  8. Energy and Electric Power • Power engineers deal with energy generation by a variety of methods -- turbine, hydro, fuel cell, solar, geothermal, and wind, for example. They also deal with electrical power distribution from source to consumer and within factories, offices, hospitals, laboratories, and they design electric motors and batteries. In industry, power engineers are employed wherever electrical energy is used to manufacture or produce an end product Industry Sectors

  9. Computers • The computer industry serves many industry sectors, including aerospace, transportation, construction, telecommunications, power, medicine, and automated manufacturing. Industry Sectors

  10. Semiconductors • The chief enabling technology at the heart of the electronic components booming computer industry is semiconductor technology, in particular the development and manufacture of integrated circuits Industry Sectors

  11. Aerospace • Electrical and electronics engineers in the aerospace field design and develop electronics and power equipment for aircraft, helicopters, and spacecraft. • Displays, controls, communications, and navigation are important aspects of the field, as are simulators for training and development. • Military systems for land, sea, and air also come under the aerospace category Industry Sectors

  12. Bioengineering • This wide-ranging field, alternatively referred to as biomedical engineering, was created some 30 years ago by the merging interests of engineering and the biological /medical sciences. • Some of the representative bioengineering activities include the design of diagnostic and therapeutic devices for clinical use, the design of prosthetic devices, the development of biologically compatible materials, and the application of state-of-the-art technology to biological research. Industry Sectors

  13. Manufacturing • Manufacturing technology has become more important in recent years as global economic reality has forced companies to reevaluate basic manufacturing techniques in order to remain competitive. • In pursuit of increased productivity, companies have introduced such innovations as just-in-time parts supply, six-sigma quality goals, statistical process control, and robotic assembly cells. Industry Sectors

  14. Services and Other Professions • Many electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists find that their technical background makes them well suited for a variety of work in other industries. • For example, the service industry has become a major employer of engineers and computer professionals. Some find work that directly corresponds to their professional training. • The entertainment industry hires engineers for a variety of projects; Disney, for example, recruits imagineers to develop amusement parks, while Pixar hires computer scientists/engineers to help create animated films. • The banking and finance industry has many computer-related positions that need engineers to manage rapid-trading activities. Industry Sectors

  15. Education and Research • Many electrical engineers, computer engineers, and computer scientists interact with educational and research institutions or industrial labs. Some go straight into college and university teaching and research after completing their PhD degrees. • Still others teach for corporate universities instituted by companies such as Motorola, Intel, and Bellcore. Industry Sectors

  16. Transportation and Automotive • This industry spans many areas. Transportation can include railroads, shipbuilding, and traffic management. • What these disparate areas have in common is that employers rely on increased use of electronics merged with other engineering disciplines. • It includes electronics for internal and external communication, navigation, failure detection, and displays of many types. • Many vehicles are directed and accelerated by fault-tolerant electronics Industry Sectors

  17. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, electrical and electronics engineers hold about 291,000 jobs in the U.S. This represents 19.4% of the 1.5 million jobs held by engineers in the U.S.  Almost every industry has a need to employ electrical engineers. Employment

  18. According the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for electrical engineers is $75,930. In terms of starting salaries, the average starting salary for electrical engineers who have earned a Bachelor's degree is $55,292, while those with a Master's were offered $66,309. Ph.D. electrical engineers received average starting salaries of $75,982. Salary data

  19. ABET, Inc • IEEE • ACM • CSAB • CDIO • Kurikulum INTI (DikNas) • Hasilpembicaraandengankonstituen • Advisory Board • Alumni Reference

  20. Program Objective (1) • Technical Knowledge: Provide a basic knowledge of electrical engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals. • Laboratory and Design Skills: Develop the basic skills needed to perform and design experimental projects. Develop the ability to formulate problems and projects and to plan a process for solutions taking advantage of diverse technical knowledge and skills.

  21. Program Objective (2) • Communications Skills: Develop the ability to organize and present information, and to write and speak effective Indonesian and English. • Preparation for the Profession: Provide an appreciation for the broad spectrum of issues arising in professional practice, including teamwork, leadership, safety, ethics, service, economics, environmental awareness, and professional organizations.

  22. Program Objective (3) • Preparation for Further Study: Provide sufficient breadth and depth for successful subsequent graduate study, post-graduate study, or lifelong learning programs. • Preparation for national industrial development: Provide sufficient basics to have active roles in developing electrical engineering and other related industries in Indonesia.

  23. Curricula Overview

  24. EE Core : • Math, Electronics, Programming, Digital System, Signal and System, Electromagnetic, Industrial Practices, & Final Project • EE Breadth: • Materials, Biomedical, Computer, Control, Electronics, Signal Processing, Microprocessor, Telecommunication, and Power System • Depth: • Computer, Biomedical, Electronics, Control Our program

  25. Electrical Engineering Curricula

  26. Courses from Electronics Concentration Area and its Pre-req

  27. Courses from Control Concentration Area and its Pre-req

  28. Courses from Biomedical Concentration Area and its Pre-req

  29. Courses from Computer Concentration Area and its Pre-req

  30. Electrical Engineering Program

  31. Electrical Engineering Program

  32. READ!!!! Schedule Discipline Make time to relax Preparation for study

  33. A world without Electrical Engineer Terimakasih We can do it together…..