Bangladesh Army International University of Science and Technology

Cumilla, Bangladesh

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)

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Overview

The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is one of the pioneer departments of BAIUST, which started its journey with 70 students in February 2015. It was established to deliver undergraduate education in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), which is approved by the Ministry of Education and the UGC. BAIUST has established all the infrastructure, academic, and laboratory facilities required for the whole 4 years graduation program of EEE.

Recently, we have been preparing for the International Accreditation. The unprecedented mobility of knowledge, technology, information, and capital has redefined the field of EEE as it has emerged as one of the most influential players in modernizing and improving the quality of life of the people on the earth.

In this context, we have taken up the challenge of producing quality graduates who can become leaders in the global arena. We invite bright young students with the ambition to become industry leaders to join our program.

The department excels with a unique blend of the rich collection of strong dynamic faculty members, laboratory facilities, standard academic guidelines, enhancement of the syllabus to adapt to the dynamic nature of the prevalent technology, extracurricular activities and most importantly the personal care at all times. We are committed to placing our department as one of the top nationwide. We are certain that we have the potential to reach this goal sooner than later. The EEE laboratories are modernized to reflect the speedy advancement in technology. 

Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) program is oriented in three categories: Electrical Power, Electronics, and Communication. Students of the EEE program can be able to establish their career in any of three fields and also be able to grow themselves in various fields in higher studies. If you are analytical, creative, and detail-oriented with interests in electrical machines, electronic gadgets, and communication systems, then Electrical and Electronic Engineering could be the right branch for you. 

Highly qualified, committed & competent faculty members. The teaching learning process is very important at BAIUST. The faculty members complete the syllabus in an efficient manner. Regular tests are conducted to assess the academic performance of students and there is a thrust on continuous improvement.

Program Details

Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (B. Sc. in EEE)

Electrical engineering deals with power generation, storage and transmission. Electronic engineering is more focused on devices that encompass signal processing and control systems. Electronic communication engineers involve themselves in research, design, development and testing of the electronic equipment used in various communications systems. The department validated the first version of the syllabus for Bachelor of Science curriculum (EEE) on the date of December 6, 2015. It is required for the department to update the syllabus every four years and validate it through the University Grant Commission-UGC. On the other hand, to achieve the program specific accreditation from the Board of Accreditation for Engineering and Technical Education (BAETE), it is necessary to integrate the Outcome Based Education (OBE) into the new curriculum. For this, the new curriculum of Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (B.Sc. in EEE) of Bangladesh Army International University of Science & Technology (BAIUST) is prepared by the department and with the necessary approval from UGC, this curriculum will be applicable for all students admitted in Spring-2022 and onwards. As part of the OBE process, in future, further modifications shall be incorporated in the curriculum through Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI).

Program Educational Objectives:

Courses at a glance:

Curriculum:

Electrical Circuit Laboratory

The Electrical Circuits Laboratory is one of the introductory labs in our university that comprises of DC Circuit Laboratory and AC Circuit Laboratory. For DC Circuit Lab, we have sophisticated DC power supply, Digital Multi Meter, LCR Meter, Trainer Board. For the AC circuit Laboratory, students are introduced with rectifiers, voltage stabilization and various tuning circuits to comprehend and to visualize the real life scenarios. To do so, we provide the students with well-furnished lab consisting of Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators, and Function Generators etc. For the advanced level students we introduce them with more complex circuits like wave generators, resonance.

 

 

Electronics Laboratory

The Electronics lab is designed to give the students practical experience working with applications of operational amplifiers, diodes, and transistors (BJT, FETs, and MOSFETs). Each workstation in the lab has the necessary equipment:

  1. An Oscilloscope
  2. A Function (signal) generator
  3. A Digital multimeter
  4. An Experimental box.

The independent variable power supply includes a robust current limiting control for supplying power to the circuits.

 

 

Electrical Machines Laboratory

This laboratory is furnished with the most advanced Electrical Machine equipment incorporating mobile workstation from Italtech Technology to introduce students with modern cutting edge technology. The lab contains DC Generator to study the OCC/Saturation Curve, DC Motor to study the Torque-Speed Characteristics of both DC Series & Shunt motor. Among the AC Machines, it has Three Phase Synchronous Generator/Alternator to performing the test of Synchronization of Alternator to the electric power utility system with the aid of Synchronizing Module, starting of Three-Phase Synchronous Motor, Three-Phase Four-Pole Squirrel Cage & Wound Rotor Induction Motor to study No load and Full load characteristics, Single Phase Split Phase, Capacitor Start & Capacitor Run Motor to show the Starting & Operating Characteristics and the Single-Phase Transformer to perform the polarity test and voltage regulation on varying loads. It also has 415/240 Volt AC/DC (Fixed & Variable) Power Supply, Resistive Load, Inductive Load, Capacitive Load, DC & AC Voltmeter/Ammeter, Single & Three Phase Wattmeter/Varmeter, Rheostat, Electrodynamometer, Digital Tachometer, Timing Belt, etc.

 

Electro-mechanical Laboratory

Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest fields of engineering, yet it is constantly evolving through its applications in emerging areas. Nowadays, Electrical and Mechanical engineering is being integrated into many areas. Today, electrical engineers are not only trained in traditional fields such as power systems, machine design, and controls, but they also learn how to apply the fundamental principles from engineering, physics, chemistry, and mathematics to address complex problems in interdisciplinary areas such as energy engineering, automation engineering, and biomedical engineering. The Electro-Mechanical Laboratory is one of the introductory labs in our university.
The electro-Mechanical lab is designed to give the students with practical working knowledge of different tools like welding machines, drilling machines, cutting machines, IC engines, Heat pumps, Refrigeration compressors, etc. Students learn techniques for practical work with both traditional and modern instruments and demonstrate their proficiency on weekly lab exercises and final exams.

 

Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory

Measurement and Instrumentation lab largely concerned with the taking of measurements, and a major purpose of any laboratory course is the inculcation of skill in the use of measuring instruments. This lab is equipped with a Wheatstone bridge circuit, Current Transformer, Potential Transformer, Digital Energy meter, Digital Voltmeter, Digital Multi-meter, Digital ammeter and so on. Another purpose of this lab is to cultivate the elite students in developing interesting electrical and electronic projects for their final year thesis.

 

 

Digital Electronics Laboratory

This laboratory is featured with state-of-the-art equipment such as digital trainer board, logic probe, IC tester, digital meters, data switches, and wide ranges of digital ICs. Students do laboratory experiments on designing combinational and sequential circuits such as Adder, Subtractor, Multiplexer, Decoder, Code converter, Flip Flop, Register, Counter, etc. Students also build-up projects on digital control circuits which encompass real-life applications.

 

 

Power System Laboratory

The power system laboratory simulates different models of power systems comprising generators, transformers, distribution networks and a transmission network with relay equipment. Also, models of wind turbines and PV systems can be realized in the laboratory. For simulation MATLAB based programming and PS-CAD are approached. The laboratory includes

•           The simulation of Bus admittance matrix

•           Y – Bus matrix

•           Reduction of Y – Bus matrix

•           Analyzing Symmetrical in power system

•           Unsymmetrical faults in power system

•           Power flow solution using Gauss – Seidel method

•           Power flow solution using Newton – Raphson method. 

 

Communication Laboratory

The new Communication Lab of BAIUST provide state of the art facilities and equipment to students enabling them to perform experiments to verify different aspects of both analog and digital communications. To perform the experiments, six sets of Australia’s Emona Telecom trainer kit is there to facilitate more than 25 different modulation techniques. In order to introduce the students to the cutting age pc based oscilloscope, there are six PICOSCOPEs in the laboratory and these PICOSCOPEs are also able to work as spectrum analyzers through which students can fully acquaint themselves with the different aspects of a frequency spectrum of signals. Besides these, there are digital oscilloscopes, digital multimeters, signal generators, power supplies etc. The computers of the Communication Laboratory ensure that the students may record all their experimental work in PC and make their complete lab reports through Microsoft word, which is basically a firsthand training for them for preparing technical reports.

 

Digital Signal Processing Laboratory and VLSI

This course consists of two parts. In the first part, students will perform experiments to verify practically the theories and concepts learned. In the second part, students will design simple systems using the principles learned. MATLAB simulation software is used for design and simulation purposes of Digital Signal Processing sessional.

 

 

Control System Laboratory

Students use MATLAB and MATLAB Simulink for design and simulation purposes. Modeling of different systems in MATLAB and simulating the responses for different inputs are observed. Modeling of DC motor, block diagram reduction in MATLAB, Different systems and the responses based on different inputs, manipulating responses by changing different variables, the effect of poles and zeros on a system, PID controller, system stability using the root-locus technique, plotting of different graphs etc. are experimentally observed in this laboratory. Students also learn the hardware part and the communication between MATLAB and Arduino to control the hardware with MATLAB command.

 

Power Electronics Laboratory

In this sessional course, students will perform experiments with sophisticated devices based on the following theories- power semiconductor switches and triggering devices: BJT, MOSFET, SCR, IGBT, GTO, TRIAC, UJT and DIAC. Rectifiers: Uncontrolled and controlled single-phase and three-phase. Regulated power supplies: Linear-series and shunt, switching buck, buck-boost, boost and Cuk regulators. AC voltage controllers: single and three-phase. Choppers.DC motor control.Single-phase cycloconverter. Inverters: Single-phase and three-phase voltage and current source. AC motor control.Stepper motor control.Resonance inverters. Pulse width modulation control of static converters.

 

 

Biomedical Engineering Laboratory

Students will perform experiments related to the following:

Human body: Cells and physiological systems. Bioelectricity: genesis and characteristics. Measurement of bio-signals: Ethical issues, transducers, amplifiers and filters. Electrocardiogram: electrocardiography, phono cardiograph, vector cardiograph, analysis and interpretation of cardiac signals, cardiac pacemakers and defibrillator. Blood pressure: systolic, diastolic mean pressure, electronic manometer, detector circuits and practical problems in pressure monitoring. Blood flow measurement: Plethymography and electromagnetic flow meter. Measurement and interpretation: electroencephalogram, cerebral angiography and cronical X-ray. Brain scans. Electromyogram (EMG). Tomograph: Positron emission tomography and computer tomography. Magnetic resonance imaging.Ultrasonogram.Patient monitoring system and medical telemetry.Effect of electromagnetic fields on the human body.

 

Switchgear Protection Laboratory

This course consists of two parts. In the first part, students will perform experiments to verify practically the theories and concepts learned in EEE 477 (Power System Protection). In the second part, students will design simple systems using the principles learned in EEE 477 (Power System Protection).

 

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Faculty Members
100
Current Students
180
Graduated Students

Faculty Members

Md. Kamruzzaman

Associate Professor & Head of the Department

head.eee@baiust.ac.bd 
01625000022

Md. Niaz Morshedul Haque

Assistant Professor

niaz.eee@baiust.ac.bd
01717255769 

Md. Ashraful Islam

Assistant Professor 

ashraful.eee@baiust.ac.bd
 01670700261

Dr. Samee Azad

Lecturer

samee.eee@baiust.ac.bd

Md. Jahid Hasan

Lecturer

jahid.eee@baiust.ac.bd 
01753188959 

Md. Nahidul Alam

Lecturer

nahidul.eee@baiust.ac.bd 
01764177098

Ahmed Mujtaba Al Naser

Lecturer

naser.eee@baiust.ac.bd 

01766245666

Md. Shariful Alam Mozumder

Lecturer

shariful.eee@baiust.ac.bd

+8801521-210612

Md. Ahsanul Haque

Lecturer

ahsanul.eee@baiust.ac.bd

+8801738027601

Mohammed Hasibul Hasan Chowdhury

Lecturer

hasibul.eee@baiust.ac.bd

+8801575515930

Aninda Nandy

Lecturer(Adjunct)

aninda.eee@baiust.ac.bd

 

On Study Leave

A S M Monjurul Hasan
Assistant Professor
Mahfuz Ullah
Assistant Professor
Rakib Hossain
Lecturer
Md. Shakhawath Hossain
Lecturer
Shahrukh Hossain Rian
Lecturer
Md. Imran Khan
Assistant Professor

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EVENTS

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EEE OBE Curriculum Upgradation Meeting was held on 22nd January 2023

2024

Power Plant visit of EEE students.

2024

BAIUST Intra University ROBO SOCCER COMPETITION 2022

2024

Intra-departmental futsal football tournament

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Lunch-Party arranged by Final year students

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Devfest Hackathon 2023

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BAIUST EEE DAY23

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Your experience does not stop when you graduate.

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Lecturer
International Islamic University Chittagong, M.Sc. at University of north carolina (On going)
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Assistant General Manager
Bangladesh Rural Electrical Board