The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is one of the five engineering Schools at the Technical University of Crete. The ECE School is the descendant of the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, which was founded in the late 1980s and admitted for the first time 30 students in 1990. Today the School employs 28 faculty members, from which more than half have completed the PhD studies in prestigious universities abroad and quite a few have worked abroad before joining. Moreover the School employs 24 scientific staff members and 2 administrative staff members and welcomes every year approximately 215 first-year students.
The studies at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) of the Technical University of Crete are aimed at the education and high-level technical training of engineers in modern technology subjects found in the fields of IT, electronics and computer architecture, telecommunications, electric energy systems, and automatic control systems. Its purpose is for the students to acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge which will allow them to understand in depth the fundamental principles of new technologies in all the above areas, so that they can adapt and follow easily any new developments in any sector.
The TUC Akrotiri Campus is on 700 acres of land, 7km NE of the town of Chania, near the village of Kounoupidiana. The School Registrar’s office, the School Administration building and the faculty and staff offices are at the School building clusters in the Akrotiri campus, where also the classes and laboratories are held.
The postal address of the School
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Technical University of Crete
73100 Chania, Crete
School Administration Office