上海交通大学-电子信息与电气工程学院-English

History of SEIEE

1896    Sheng Xuanhuai established Nanyang Public School.

1908    The Specialized Faculty of Electric Machine was founded.

1913    The Specialized Faculty of Electric Machines was renamed the Faculty of Electrical Machinery.

1919    The Radio Laboratory was set up.

1921    The School was designated as Jiao Tong University. The Faculty of Electrical Machinery was then renamed the Faculty of Electric Machines, composed of such three branches as Electrical Engineering, Wired Telecom and Wireless Telecom.

1924    The branches of Wired Telecom and Wireless Telecom merged to form the Telecom Branch.

1928    The University was under the supervision of the Ministry of Railway. The Faculty of Electrical Machines was renamed the School of Electrical Engineering, with two branches of Telecom and Electric Power.

1937    The University became affiliated to the Ministry of Education with a set-up of the College of Science and the College of Engineering. The latter covered the Department of Electrical Engineering (including two branches of Telecom and Electric Power), the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Civil Engineering.

 

1943    The Telecom Research Institute was established and began its enrollment of graduate students majoring in telecom.

1945    The Department of Telecom Management, the Special Courses for Telecom Engineering and the Special Courses for Telecom Management were set up.

1950    The Department of Telecom Management merged into the Department of Electrical Engineering.

1951    The Department of Telecom Engineering was set up.

1952    The faculties or departments of Electric Machines in Tongji University, Tatung University, Aurora University, University of Shanghai and Shanghai Polytechnic College merged into Jiaotong University to form such three departments as the Department of Electrical Equipment Manufacturing, the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Telecom Engineering.

1957     Jiaotong University set its branch campuses in Shanghai and Xi’an.

1958    In the Shanghai branch of Jiaotong University, the Department of Electrical Engineering was established after the merger of the Department of Electrical Equipment Manufacturing and that of Electrical Engineering. The reestablishment of the Radio Department resulted in such majors as Computer Science, Automatic Control and Radio Technology; and the major of Precision Instrument was also set within the Department of Mechanical Engineering,.

1959    The Shanghai branch of Jiaotong University was designated Shanghai Jiaotong University (SJTU).

1962    The Department of Automatic Control was set up.

1975    The Department of Precision Instrument was set up.

1978    The Department of Electro-technical Engineering & Computer Science was set up.

1981    The Department of Radio was renamed the Department of Electronic Engineering.

1985    The School of Electronics & Electro-technical Engineering was set up, which covered four departments (i.e. the Departments of Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control, Computer Science & Engineering, and Electronic Engineering) and three institutes (i.e. the Institutes of Optical Fiber Technology, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, and Large Scale Integration).

1987    SJTU cooperated with the Ministry of Water Conservancy & Electric Power in the establishment of SJTU Electric Power School, which was composed of the Department of Electric Power Engineering, the Department of Energy Engineering, the Department of Electrical Engineering, the Department of Information & Control Engineering, and the Institute of Electric Power Technology.

1989    The School of Electronics & Electro-technical Engineering was renamed the School of Electronics & Information, including the Department of Automatic Control, the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, and the Department of Electronics Engineering. Its original Institutes remained.

1997    The Department of Precision Instrument merged into the School of Electronics & Information.

2001    The School of Electronics & Information and the School of Electric Power were combined to form the School of Electronic, Information & Electrical Engineering, which covered the Department of Electrical Engineering, the Department of Automation, the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, the Department of Electronic Engineering and the Department of Instrument Science & Engineering.

2003    The Electrical & Electronic Lab Center was set up, affiliated to the School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering.

 

 

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