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Electrical Engineering

Introduction to Degree Program in Electrical Engineering

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. Brief Introduction to the Discipline

1. Orientation and Goal

History: In 1949, the discipline of electrical engineering (EE) was established by Academician Cao Jianyou of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1981, it was granted to confer PhD degrees (in the first batch) and in 1987 it was awarded the National Key Discipline. In 1999, it was awarded one of the Tier-1 Disciplines to confer PhD degrees and host postdoctoral researchers, under which the Tier-2 discipline Electrical Power Systems and Automation was a National Key Discipline and the Tier-2 discipline Power Electronics and Electric Drives was a National Key Discipline (Being fostered).

Orientation: To educate students, carry out research and serve the society in the areas of Electrification and Automation of Rail Transport and Renewable Energy.

Objectives: To lead the scientific advancement and personnel training of Electrification and Automation of Rail Transport, and to develop the discipline into a first-class discipline in the world.

2. Advantages and Features

2.1 Well-complemented and Prominent Faculty

The discipline of EE possesses a large pool of prominent scholars and professors, including two academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, three national 1000-plan talents, two Yangtze chair professors, four National Distinguished Youths, one national 1000-plan young talent, two candidates for the National Pacesetter Project, two winners of National Award for Distinguished Experts, six Provincial Hundred (Thousand) Talents, six leaders of Academic Technology in Sichuan, nine candidates for leaders of Academic Technology in Sichuan, three winners of Outstanding Youths, five experts who receive Special Allowance from the State Council, one winner of National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Awards, and three candidates for National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Awards, one winner of National Excellent Teacher Award and two winners of Sichuan Excellent Teacher Award.

2.2 First-class Wide-ranging Facilities and Platforms

With the support of the 211-project, 985-project, and the 2011 Collaborative Innovation Partnerships, the discipline is the home of six national and provincial platforms, including the National Engineering Research Center for Electrification and Automation of Rail Transportation and the Key Laboratory of the Department of Education for Maglev Trains. The discipline is also an important part of the National Key Laboratory of Traction Power Systems. Moreover, discipline is the home of the National Demonstration Center for Experiments in Electrical Engineering, the National Teaching Center of Simulations in Electrification and Automation of Rail Transportation, and the joint National Demonstration Center for Experiments in Physics Education.

2.3 Fruitful Achievements in Rail-Transport Education

Teaching-reform has been consecutively awarded the first prize of National Teaching Achievement once and second prize three times. Faculty members have received recognition for excellence in teaching with two Nation-wide Shared Courses, four National Elite Courses, one National Open Course, and seven Elite Courses in Sichuan. We have published seven textbooks under the 11th five-year plan, ten textbooks under the 12th five-year plan and seven textbooks under the plan of the Railway Ministry. One paper got National Outstanding Doctoral Dissertations Award and three papers were nominated for National Outstanding Doctoral Dissertations.

2.4 Advanced Scientific Researches

The EE discipline of SWJTU has been leading the advancement of rail-transport technologies. We established the Electric Transportation before the era of electrifying the railway to educate the talents required. We proposed the voltage scheme for electrified railways at the beginning of electrifying the railway. During the process of electrifying the railway, we developed the first remote-operated micro-computer-controlled traction power systems, the first automation system for sub-stations, and the first vehicle for detecting faults in overhead systems. During the development of high-speed trains, we developed the first monitoring system for the distribution system of high-speed trains, the first digital traction substation, the first 6C system for overhead systems, the world’s first co-phase traction power system, and the world’s first energy-saving traction transformer, etc. We have also developed the first maglev passenger train and the longest commercial medium-low speed maglev trains in Changsha.

2.5 Graduates with High Prestige

About 80% of the managers, both administrative and technological, in electrification and automation of rail transport graduated from this discipline. Graduates Ding Rongjun and Jiang Xianguo are the only academician and design master in the field.

2.6 Close Collaboration with Industry

The close collaboration with industry, e.g. the development of the first monitoring system for the distribution system of high-speed trains, has not only supported the development of the high-speed trains in China but also it has advanced the development of the discipline.

3. Set-ups of the Discipline

The discipline of Electrical Engineering consists of several sub-disciplines, including Traction Power System and Its Automation, Traction and Drive, Power System and Its Automation, Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, Motors and Electric Apparatus, New Technology of Electrical Theory, High Voltage and Insulation Technologies, Electrification and Automation of Rail Transport, Electromagnetic Suspension and Superconducting Engineering etc.

4. Impacts

4.1 Irreplaceable Role in Rail Transport and Significant Social Impact

The EE Team has provided important consultancies to the strategic planning and the standardization of the rail transport sector, and provided a large amount of technological consultancies and services to the companies in this sector, bringing significant social impact. We have developed and provided numerous key technologies and equipment to support the fast growth of China’s railway industry. For example, almost all the monitoring systems for the distribution systems of high-speed trains, 80% of monitoring systems for the key operational traction equipment, and 65% of the automation systems for traction substations are originated from the discipline. A troop of our excellent graduates worked in the field of rail transit and the textbooks we edited are widely used in related colleges and universities. Every year,   600-1000 administrative and technical backbones from the Railway Ministry (China Railway Engineering Corporation) participate in our training program.

2. Extensive Academic Exchanges with High Reputation Worldwide

The discipline of EE has established long-term collaborative partnerships with over 30 renowned companies and over 20 universities, including UIC, Cornell University and Tokyo Institute of Technology. We have set up joint laboratories with leading international companies, such as Rockwell, Schneider Electric, and Freescale, and a joint Engineering Research Center in Hong Kong with Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

More than 20 world-renowned scholars are appointed as part-time visiting professors or advisory professors, including Tongwen Chen (Academician of Canada Academy of Engineering, Canada), Steven A. Boggs (Toronto University, Canada), and Kinji Mori (Waseda University, Japan).

Faculty members of EE play important role in national and international professional organizations. For example, Academician Qian Qingquan is an advisor to several national and international journals. Professor Kemin Zhou is a Fellow of IEEE, IFAC and AAAS and an Associate Editor for six leading international journals including IEEE AC. Professors Wu Guangning, He Zhengyou and Chen Weirong are Fellows of IET. Zhang Gexiang is the Founder of the International Society of Membrane Computing and Feng Xiaoyun is a member of the Committee of the Electrical Engineering of the State Council.

. Program Objectives

PhD studentTo provide talents who can lead the development of the discipline, who can manage grand scientific and technological challenging projects, and who have the potential to compete with leading international players.

Master of academic degreeTo provide high-level all-round specialized talents in electrical engineering.

Master of professional degreeTo provide excellent engineers to support the development of technology and economic growth.

. Research Areas

1Railway Traction Power Supply System and Automation

2Train Traction Drive and Control

3.  Power System and Automation

4Power electronics and Electrical Drive

5Electrical Machinery and Apparatus

6.  Theory and New Technology of Electrical Engineering

7.  High Voltage and Insulation Technology

8.  Electrical Control and Information Technology

9.  Rail Transportation Electrification and Automation

10.  Maglev and Superconductor Engineering

. Curriculum

Level

Type

Code

Name

Credit/hours

Semester

Evaluation

Level 5

Intermediate

Course

Public Course

54311001

Theory and Practice of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

2/32



Test


First Foreign Language

3/48



Test

54311002

An Introduction to Nature Dialectics

1/16



Test

54311003

Marxism and Social Science Metho-dology

1/16



Test

50331001

Engineering Innovation Metho- dology

2/32



Test

Common Basic Course

54012001

Numerical Analysis

3/48



Test

54012002

Modern Mathematical Physics Equations

3/48



Test

54012003

Stochastic Process and Time Series Analysis

3/48



Test

54012006

Matrix Analysis

3/48



Test

Basic Professional Course

50333001

Electric Network Theory

2/32



Test

50333002

Linear System Theory

2/32



Test

50333003

Electromagnetic Compatibility Theory and Technology

2/32



Test

50333004

Traction Power System Analysis

2/32



Test

50333005

Modern Power Electronics

2/32



Test

50333006

Electric Traction AC Drives and Control Systems

2/32



Test

50333007

General Theory of Electric Machines

2/32



Report Writing

50333008

Modern High-voltage Electric Power Engineering

2/32



Test

50333009

Traction Power Supply System Automation

2/32



Test

50333010

Pantograph and Catenary Systems

2/32



Test

50333011

Magnetic Levitation Principle And  Engineering

2/32



Report Writing

50333012

Superconductor Technology

2/32



Report Writing

50333013

Optimization Theories and Methods

2/32



Report Writing

50333014

Modern Signal Processing and Applications

2/32



Report Writing

50333020

Applied Algebra

2/32



Test

50334024

Switching Converter Circuit Analysis and Design

2/32



Test

Professional Course

50334001

Power Quality Analysis and Control

2/32



Test

50334002

System Stability Principle

2/32

 



Test

50334003

Power Electronic Modulation and Control Technology

2/32

 



Test

50333015

Optimal Control Theory

2/32



Test

50333016

Pattern Recognition

2/32



Report Writing

50333018

Modern Sensor Technology

2/32



Test

50333019

System Detection and Fault Diagnosis

2/32



Test

50334009

Principle and Design of Embedded Systems

2/32



Test

50334010

Automatic Train Control Systems

2/32



Test

50334011

Nonlinear Circuit Analysis

2/32



Test

50334012

Special Electrical Machinery and Control

2/32



Test

50334013

Electrical Insulation and Online Monitoring

2/32



Test

50334014

Modern Power System Analysis

2/32



Test

50334015

Modern Power Electronic Modeling and Simulation

2/32



Report Writing

50334016

Digital Signals Processor Structure and Its Realization

2/32



Test

50334017

Renewable Energy Generation and Its Grid-connection Technology

2/32



Report Writing

50334018

Transient Analysis and Digital Simulation of Power system

2/32


 


Test

50334019

Microcomputer Protection in Power Systems

2/32



Test

50334020

Reactive Power Optimization and Control in Power Systems

2/32



Test

50334021

Compensation Theory and Application in Traction Power Supply Systems

2/32



Test

50334022

Power Distribution Network Theory and Application

2/32



Test

50334023

High-frequency Power Conversion Technology

2/32



Test

50334025

Numerical Methods in Engineering Electromagnetics

2/32



Test

50334026

Overvoltage Protection and Insulation Coordination

2/32



Test

50334027

Engineering Dielectric Theory andIts Application

2/32



Test

50334005

Introduction to Electrical Engineering Materials

2/32



Report Writing

50334006

Engineering Project Management

2/32



Report Writing

50334007

Electric Apparatus Principle and Applications

2/32



Test

50334008

Industrial Monitoring Technology

2/32



Test

Lab experiment

50325001

Power System and Automation Experiments

2/32



Report Writing

50325002

Power Electronics and Electric Drive Experiments

2/32



Report Writing

Level 6

Advanced

Courses

Common Basic Course

64012001

Applied Functional Analysis

3/48



Test















Basic Professional Course

60333001

Power System Operation and Control

2/32



Report Writing








Professional Course

60334001

Advanced Technology in Electrical and Control Engineering

3/48



Test

60333002

System Identification and Adaptive Control

2/32



Report Writing








Level 7

Frontier

Courses

Public Course

74311001

Maxim and Contemporary China

2/32



Test

74311002

Selected Readings of Marxist Classic Works

1/16



Test

70531001

Multivariate Analysis of Management System

2/32



Test

71321001

English Journal Paper Writing

2/32



Test

71321003

English (The Second Foreign Language)

2/32



Test

Common Basic Course

74012001

Modern Mathematics

3/48



Test

74012002

Mathematical Theory of Reliability

3/48



Test

74032001

The Rough Set Model and Its Application

2/32



Test

Professional Course

70314001

Advanced Electromagnetic Theory




Test

70314002

Traction Power Supply Theory and Power Quality Control




Test

70314003

Engineering Dielectric Theory and High Voltage Technology




Test

70314004

Dynamics and Control Technology of Modern Power Electronic




Test

70314005

The Basic Theory and Advanced Technology of Electric Drives




Test

70314006

Dynamics and Control of Maglev Train  Systems




Report Writing

70314007

High-speed Railway Pantograph-catenary Current Collection Theory




Test

70314008

Nonlinear Systems Theory




Test

70314009

Intelligence Information Processing




Report Writing

70314012

Non-stationary Signal Processing




Test

70314015

Fault Diagnostic and Tolerant Control




Test

注: 1. The courses taught in foreign language or with textbook are marked with‘’.

2. The courses classified as key professional courses are marked with ‘’.

Practice Training

Level

Type

Code

Name

Credit/hours

Semester

Evaluation

Level 5

Intermediate Level

Segments

54316100/1

Current Situation and Policy

0/16


Report Writing


Academic Lectures≥5 lectures

1/16



Report Writing


Frontier Technology Seminars≥5 lectures

1/16


Report Writing

Practice


Scientific Research Practice

1/16



Report Writing


Professional Practice

5/80



Report Writing

Level 7

Advanced

Level

Segments


Frontier Academic Seminars≥4 lectures, each lasting 410 hours

2/32



Report Writing


Academic Lectures(≥8 lectures, as a lecturer once

1/16



Report Writing





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