Hanoi University of Science and Technology

School of Electronics and Telecommunications

Viện Điện tử - Viễn thông

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Department

Bộ môn Điện tử Hàng Không Vũ Trụ

Books

Pham Cong Hung, Nguyen Hoang Hai, Ta Vu Hang, Vu Minh Tu, Do Trong Tuan, Vu Duc Tho, Nguyen Van Duc: “Mobile Communication” (in Vietnamese) Publishing House of Science and Technology, 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam

- Pham Van Tuan,  Han Trong Thanh, Do Quang Ngoc, Pham Van Bien, "Automatic Measurement and Control Technique "(in Vietnamese), Bach Khoa Publishing House, 2008.

- Do Trong Tuan, Han Trong Thanh, Ha Duyen Trung, Phuong Xuan Quang, Pham Van Tuan, "Radar and Satellite based Positioning Technique"(in Vietnamese), Bach Khoa Publishing House, 2012, ISBN: 9786049111341

Contact Us

Office: C9-410, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, No 1, Dai Co Viet Road, Hai Ba Trung  District, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Telephone: (+84.4)3869 2242
 E-mail:
set-dae (at) hust.edu.vn

Facilities

Experiment areas:

- Electronic Positioning and Navigation

- Automatic Measurement Controller

Research Area

Research areas of Department of Aerospace Electronics focuses on research and teaching on the areas of aeronautic electronics and communications, positioning and navigation, remote sensing, robotics and satellite technologies.

Overview

Department of Aerospace Electronics

Office: C9-410, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, No 1, Dai Co Viet Road, Hai Ba Trung  District, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Telephone: (+84.4)3869 2242
 E-mail:
set-dae (at) hust.edu.vn

 Department of Aerospace Electronics (D.A.E) is established by the decision No. 3229/QĐ-ĐHBK-TCCB signed on 25th December 2012 by President of Hanoi University of Science and Technology. The aerospace electronics major which constructed and taught since 1987 at SET-HUST has provided hundred of good engineers, carried out research projects and effective collaborated with domestic and international partners in the fields of aerospace electronics and communications.  The department of aerospace electronics has 7 staff members, including 3 PhDs and 4 MSc. It focuses on research and teaching on the areas of aeronautic electronics and communications, positioning and navigation, remote sensing, robotics and satellite technologies.  

The department has collaboration in researching and training with institutions in domestic as well as other countries, such as the National Space Committee, Vietnam National Satellite Center, National Remote Sensing Center, Vietnam Air Traffic Management Center, Politecnico di Torino (Italy), University of Trento (Italy), Institute of Smart-System Technologies, Klagenfurt University (Austria), Sakata-Komuro Lab at Chiba University (Japan), Aerospace Robitics Lab at Tohoku University, AIT (ThaiLan), Anna University (India).

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