The Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation (FEEEA) trains about 1960 students and PhD students annually in the Bachelor and Master educational qualification degrees and in the educational and scientific degree "Doctor".

The education and training offered covers 6 Bachelor degree programmes, 9 Master degree programmes and 7 study programmes in the educational and scientific degree "Doctor" which are in the following Professional Fields - 5.2 Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation and 5.3 Communication and Computer Technology.

FEEEA has long-standing traditions in the field of research and abundant experience in using the research results in teaching, in involving students in the scientific problems that lecturers investigate, in selection and training of future teaching and research staff.

Major scientific fields are:

  • Electrical Power Engineering
  • Renewable and Alternative Energy Sources;
  • Energy Efficiency;
  • Product quality control through computer vision, spectral analysis and hyperspectral analysis
  • Industrial Automation
  • Control Theory
  • Electronification of industry and medicine
  • Micro- and Nanoelectronics
  • Distributed Data Processing Systems
  • Innovative Educational Technologies
  • Computer Telecommunications Systems
  • Virtual Reality and Multimodal Human-Machine Interfaces
  • Computer and Communication Network and Systems
  • Embedded Systems and robotized platforms
  • Signal processing
  • Monitoring and automation of processes
  • Modelling and simulation​

There are 5 departments that operate within the Faculty: