The Department of Electronics and Telecommunications is divided in two important sectors:
- Electrical engineering
- Industrial electronics
- Power electronics
- Energy technology
- Audio and video technology
- Signal processing
The specialized fields of power electronics and industrial electronics form the technical foundation for the Industrial Electronics master's degree program. These fields and audio-video technology are emphasized in the Electronic Engineering and Electronics and Business bachelor's degree programs. In addition, the institute's employees supervise theses and bachelor's theses from fields of industrial electronics, including electrical power supplies, drive technology, automation engineering, image processing, audio technology and video technology.
Telecommunications and Internet technologies are part of the core education in several bachelor's and master's degree programs at UAS Technikum Wien. Furthermore, the department is assigned with the technical education of the Telecommunications and Internet Technologies Master’s degree program.
One of the main tasks of the Telecommunications sector is application-oriented research and development focusing on software development and product prototyping. The department is working on R&D projects in the field of Telecommunications and Internet Technologies together with the business community and industry as well as research institutions. It offers competencies in the fields of communication networks & Internet, mobile & wireless systems, telecommunications engineering & digital transmission systems, network security, Voice over IP, Fixed Mobile Convergence, IP Multimedia Subsystem, Next Generation Networks, IPTV, Unified Communications and development of telecommunication applications on Android and iPhone . It further offers knowledge needed to apply Telecommunications and Internet Technologies in cross-sectional IT solutions for Ambient Assisted Living, Home Automation, Energy Efficiency Systems, Smart Grids, Intelligent Transport and Logistic Systems.