Embedded Electronics Engineering
Experiences and know-how in embedded electronics engineering are widely applicable and are (most of the time) the key enabler to emerging applications.
The core of the programme is applied studies in digital IC design, analogue/RF IC design and mixed signal/data conversion IC design. Besides the compulsory courses in electronics, the Embedded Electronics Engineering programme provides a wide range of elective courses in machine learning, AI, wireless communication, computer science, signal processing, et cetera. Students can include four of these courses in their degree.
There are two tracks in the programme (the digital track and the analogue track), with good interactions between the two tracks.
Full time studies is 30 credits per semester. Each semester is divided into two study periods. We advise students not to take more than 3 courses of 7.5 credits in each study period.
The links below will direct you to Course website LTH and the course syllabus.
- Digital IC design, 7.5 credits
- Introduction to structured VLSI Design, 7.5 credits
- Analogue IC-design, 7.5 credits
- Integrated A/D and D/A Converters, 7.5 credits
- IC-project 1, 7.5 credits
- Patent and Intellectual property rights, 7.5 credits
- Design of embedded system, 7.5 credits
- Elective course, 7.5 credits
- IC project 2, 7.5 credits
- Elective courses, 22.5 credits
- Artificial intelligence, 7.5 credits
- Applied Machine Learning, 7.5 credits*
- Advanced Applied Machine Learning, 7.5 credits*
- Memory Technology for Machine Learning, 7.5 credits
*Preliminary course syllabus, will be updated in Spring 2022.
What is a study period?
The academic year is divided into two semesters, Autumn and Spring. The semesters are then divided into study periods.
Autumn: Study period 1 and 2
Spring: Study period 3 and 4
Some courses may span over 2 or more study periods.