The School of Electrical Engineering
Welcome to the School of Electrical Engineering
The School of Electrical Engineering at Tel-Aviv University is the largest electrical engineering school in Israel, with a staff of over 50 faculty members, over 1000 undergraduate students and over 600 graduate students, including about 150 Ph.D students. The School is part of the Faculty of Engineering at Tel Aviv University, listed by the Times of London as one of the 100 best science universities in the world. The School's outstanding faculty includes many who rank among the leading researchers, in Israel and internationally, in their field. Over 30 of them have been recognized as Fellows of the IEEE and other prestigious professional societies, and many members serve on the editorial boards of prestigious academic journals. The School maintains extensive cooperative research ties with prominent institutions abroad and many faculty members collaborate or work closely with Israeli industry. The School's extensive collaborative endeavors with the high-tech industry have been highly instrumental in shaping its constantly evolving study and research tracks.
Our mission is to train excellent Israeli students to lead this country's high tech revolution and to advance the applied and theoretical scientific research that catalyzes this revolution.
Prominent, internationally recognized areas of research at the School include: micro and nano-technologies, optical communication systems and devices, electromagnetic systems, communication technology, systems and information theory, signal and image processing, computer systems and networking, control systems, power systems, and plasma science.
Cutting edge research is carried out in the School's two departments:
The school of electrical engineering is located at the Wolfson EE and the Wolfson computer engineering building. These building are located at the south east edge of the TAU campus.
- Arriving by Train: The Tel-Aviv University train station is only a short (yet steep) walk away from the campus; visitors can enter campus from gate 14. Train time table: http://www.israrail.org.il/
- Arriving by Bus: The campus is serviced by several bus lines. For specific details: http://www.dan.co.il/
- Arriving by Car: The Wolfson EE Wolfson computer engineering buildings are most easily accesses from gates 4, 14 provided an entry permit to the campus has been pre-arranged. Paid public parking is available from Dr. George Wise Street.
- Campus map: http://www2.tau.ac.il/map/unimaple1.asp