FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

The students of the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering can choose from 6 undergraduate (bachelor’s), 5 master’s and 2 doctoral study programs. The faculty educates and trains a wide spectrum of highly qualified engineers who specialise in diverse fields of high-tech engineering, including but not limited to electrical power, automation, robotics, electronics and telecommunications industry and research areas.

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Our mission is to provide research-based studies on international level, to create and to transfer knowledge and innovative technologies for sustainable development and innovative growth of the State, to provide an open creative environment that inspires leaders and talented individuals.

Our vision: a leading European university whose activities are based on knowledge and technology development and transfer.

The Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was founded on 2 January 2014 after the reorganisation of two faculties: the Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics and the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering. Our research community at the KTU Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has a proven track record of successful cooperation with local and international businesses in creating innovative and versatile solutions, conducting relevant research and providing ideas for improvement. Any theoretical knowledge obtained is instantly applied in practice not only during laboratory work but also through a variety of projects, studies or contracted activity. The Faculty highly appreciates student initiative and creativity, and aims to make studies not only useful but also highly compelling.

1947 – establishment of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Kaunas State University

1950 – Kaunas State University was renamed to Kaunas Polytechnic Institute

1964 – the Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics was established at Kaunas Polytechnic Institute

1967 – the Faculty of Automation was established at Kaunas Polytechnic Institute

1988 – the Faculty of Electrical Engineering was reorganised to Faculty of Energetics.

1993 – Faculties of Automation and Energetics of Kaunas University of Technology were merged and the new faculty was titled the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Automation

2005 – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Automation was renamed to Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering

2014 – Faculties of Telecommunications and Electronics and Electrical and Control Engineering were reorganised, and the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established

Dean‘s Office

Prof Dr Algimantas Valinevičius

Dean

Assoc Prof Dr Alma Dervinienė

Vice-Dean for Studies

Prof Dr Darius Andriukaitis

Vice-Dean for Research

Assoc Prof Dr Mindaugas Žilys

Head of Administration

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