There are five departments at the Faculty – Automation, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Systems, Computer Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering. In 2002, the Faculty of Electronics moved to newly refurbished premises in Naugarduko street.
The Faculty offers three-degree study programs: Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctorial. There are five modern main study programmes with different specializations at the Faculty:
- Automation (specializations: Automatic Control of Technologies; Computer Control of Equipment, Electric Systems of Buildings)
- Electronics Engineering (specializations: Electronic Equipment and Computer Hardware; Computerized Electronic Systems
- Information Systems Engineering (specializations: Computerized Information Systems; E-Business Technologies
- Computer Engineering (specializations: Computer Technology; Computer-Aided Design Systems)
- Telecommunications Engineering (specializations: Telecommunications Technology; Telecommunications Management)
Anyone willing and capable to study in English language can choose Computer-Aided Design Systems as a specialization of Information Systems Engineering study programme.
VGTU scientist won a prize for the best scientific work in the field of technical sciences
Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (LAS) 2012 nominal prize contest winners were announced on 28 February, two of them represent Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU). The LAS young scientists’ prize for the best scientific work in the field of technical sciences was bestowed upon a young scientist from the Faculty of Electronics dr. Dalius Matuzevičius for his work on ” Two-dimensional Gel Electrophoresis Image Analysis Using Intelligent Methods”.