School of Information and Communication Engineering
The history of School of Information and Communication Engineering (SICE) at Dalian University of Technology can be traced back to 1949, when its precursor, Department of Communication, was founded. The founding head of the department was Professor Bi De-xian, an academician in the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 1981, the department was divided into the Department of Electronics and the Department of Computer Science. In 1997, the School of Electronic and Information Engineering was founded based on the Department of Electronics, the Department of Computer Science, and the Department of Automation. In 2009, SICE was founded based on Department of Electronics. Currently, SICE is under the Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering faculty of Dalian University of Technology. Through decades of development, SICE has become an important center in Northeast China for personnel training and scientific research in electronics, communication, and information science.
SICE aims to cultivate advanced talents in information science and communication. Through continued optimization of the teaching staff, SICE has achieved significant progress in teaching and discipline construction. Currently, SICE has 40 faculty members engaged in teaching and scientific research, including 13 Full Professors, 9 Associate Professors, 3 Senior Engineers, and 10 Lecturers. Among them, one professor has been awarded the title of National Outstanding Senior Expert, and one professor has been supported by the Trans-Century Training Program Foundation for the Talents by the Ministry of Education. The information and communication discipline is authorized by the Academic Degree Committee of the State Council to grant Ph.D degrees as a first class academic discipline, as well as a provincial key discipline. Two second-class disciplines are covered by Ph.D. programs: signal and information processing, and communication and information sy...