About Tashkent Electrotechnical Institute of Communication
TEIC was founded in 1955, and is located in Tashkent. The basic direction of activity of the university is the preparation, retraining and improvement of professional skill of the highly skilled specialists. Today Tashkent Electrotechnical Institute of Communication is the largest higher educational institution in Central Asia in the branch of communication and information systems. The teaching staff consists of more than 460 specialists, 28 faculties, 47 educational laboratories and 10 research laboratories of institute and provides the students' training. More than 100 teachers have a scientific degrees (Ph.D. or Dr of Sciences).
Now at TEIC more than 3500 students are trained. The education will be carried out in departments on 13 directions of education for preparation of the bachelors and masters. The educational programs TEIC provide training on various specialisation's such as computer technologies, radio and automatic telecommunications, military communication, economy and management at the enterprises of communication. The large attention is given to training of foreign languages. Institute has scientific and business contacts to various universities of Europe, America and Asia. Global Information and Telecommunications Institute Waseda University, Industrial Hogeschool Antwerpen (Begium), University of Patpas (Grees), Technical University Hamburg Harburg (Germany), University of Nebraska - Lincoln (USA), The Moscow State University (Russia), Moscow Technical University Of Communication and Informatic. (Russia). The institute cooperates with conducting international firms in sphere of telecommunications by such as: NEC, Fujikura, Fujitsu, Micui (Japan), Siemens, Alcatel (Germany), Shanhay Bell (China), Daewoo (Southern Korea). And funds UN, TACIS, NATO, JICA, ITU (International Telecommunication Union), UPU (Universal Postal Union), RCC (Regional Commonwealth of Communications).
Research Programmes at Tashkent Electrotechnical Institute of Communication: Telecommunication Network and Switching Systems; Digital Methods for Signal Transmission and Processing; Radio Communication Systems, Broadcasting and Television; Transmission and Process ing of Information in Optical Frequencies Range; Electromagnetic Compatibility; Physical Problems in Telecommunications; Economics and Management in Telecommunication.
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