The Faculty of Electronics was established in 2003 after the division of the Faculty of Physics.

Now the faculty unites the departments of Optoelectronics and Information Technologies, Radioelectronic and Computer Systems, Radiophysics and Computer Technologies, Sensor and Semiconductor Electronics, System Design, and Physical and Biomedical Electronics.

The faculty trains specialists in the following educational programs: Software Engineering, High Performance Computing, Computer Science, Information Systems and Technologies, Electronics and Computer Systems, Sensor and Diagnostic Systems.

The faculty has the following main teaching and research laboratories: Intelligent Autonomous Systems, Optoelectronics and Applied Optics, Design of Information Systems, Radiophysics and Computer Technologies, Sensor Electronics, Electronic Systems, Interdepartmental Computing Laboratory, Interfaculty Laboratory of Dosimetry and Radioecological Monitoring, Research Laboratory NDL-19 of Optoelectronic Devices, Research Laboratory NDL-20 of Sensors.

The educational process is provided by almost 120 teachers, including 18 professors and 33 associate professors. Among them are four honored professors of the University. Leading experts from the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and other scientific and industrial institutions are directly involved in the educational process. Faculty students receive fundamental training in general and theoretical physics, higher mathematics, computer science and programming, radio electronics, foreign languages, economics, and humanities.

The course and diploma works of the students of the faculty cover various areas of modern electronics of fundamental and applied importance. Student scientific conferences and research competitions are held annually. The best students are awarded personalized scholarships. The faculty has postgraduate and doctoral programs. The Faculty of Electronics and Computer Technologies students are often the best in sports competitions, competitions of the cheerful and clever, and the organization of recreation evenings.

Scientists and teachers of the faculty maintain close ties with many universities and research institutes both in our country and abroad. These are the universities of Vienna, Wroclaw, Lyon, Gdansk, and other well-known universities. Our scientists are often invited to various international conferences. Some of them, dedicated to the problems of modern electronics, are held in Lviv. Thus, students, postgraduates, and young scientists have the opportunity to communicate with prominent scientists in the field of electronics and computer science, do internships, or study at prestigious educational institutions in Europe.

A thorough training in fundamental, humanitarian, and economic disciplines combined with knowledge of foreign languages gives graduates significant advantages in employment. Extensive international cooperation enables the faculty to continue their studies and work abroad.

Dean of the Faculty of Electronics and Computer Technologies

Associate Professor Yurii Furgala