The Faculty maintained its links with Texas Instruments. Under this linkage programme, Texas continued to support three final year students of the faculty to do their final year first semester studies at the Texas A & M University and one faculty member was also supported to undertake a six week industrial attachment at Texas Instrument Inc (Dallas TX). Again this year, plans our under way for three students to be supported by Texas to do their first semester studies in Texas in their final year class and three students are doing their graduate programme at A & M University, Texas. With the support of Texas Instruments Inc (Dallas TX), the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering established a VLSI laboratory for both teaching and research.
VRA is to establish a high voltage laboratory for the Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering and also provide funding for conferences. ECG is to support the development of the retrofitting of a credit energy meter to a prepaid meter. Again ECG is to assist in the provision of laboratory equipment for Electrical Engineering department.
Service to the community
Members of staff at the Electrical/Electronic Engineering department continued to render services to the nation through consultancy services to the University/ Polytechnics and outsiders in areas of electrical and electronic engineering and the National Board of Professional and Technician Examinations (NABPTEX).
Opoku Transport Award of (GH¢500.00) to the best third year student of Electrical/Electronic Engineering continued.
Bamfo Kwakye Memorial Scholarship yearly award of (GH¢1500.00) for third year brilliant but needy students of the faculty continued.