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Spring 2017 Class Schedule

School of Computing & Engineer

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Electrical & Computer Engr

Course Title of Course Credit Ref. No. Section Day Hour Bldg. Room Instructor Consent Required Seats Remaining Status
130 Engineering Graphics 3.0 14886 LEC 0001 M 5:30P - 8:15P FH 00460 Cline,James No -2 CLOSED
Regular Academic
216 Engineering Computation 4.0 14649 LEC 0001 MTWR 1:00P - 1:50P RH 00403 Doutt,Gerald L No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
217 Engr. Comp. 2.0 16053 LEC 0001 MTWR 1:00P - 1:50P RH 00403 Doutt,Gerald L No 28 OPEN
Regular Academic
226 Logic Design 3.0 11794 LEC 0001 MW 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00310 Lane,Ryan Patrick No 7 OPEN
Regular Academic
227 Logic Design Laboratory 1.0 13966 LAB 002L M 7:00P - 9:30P FH 00451 Israr,Muhammad Daniy No 3 OPEN
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 451. Regular Academic
227 Logic Design Laboratory 1.0 17502 LAB 003L F 08:30A - 11:00A FH 00451 Israr,Muhammad Daniy No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
228 Intro to Comp Design 3.0 14650 LEC 0001 MW 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00201 Jafari,Reza No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14651 LEC 0001 M 1:00P - 3:30P FH 00451 Durbhakula,Kalyan C No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14652 LEC 0002 T 7:00P - 9:30P FH 00451 Hartshorn,Caylin Aug No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14653 LEC 0003 T 2:30P - 5:00P FH 00451 Ramesh,Ranjitha No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14654 LEC 0004 W 1:00P - 3:30P FH 00451 Durbhakula,Kalyan C No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14876 LEC 0005 R 2:30P - 5:00P FH 00451 Ramesh,Ranjitha No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 14946 LEC 0006 W 7:00P - 9:30P FH 00451 Hartshorn,Caylin Aug No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
229 Intro Comp Design Lab 1.0 18523 LEC 0007 R 7:00P - 9:43P FH 00451 Alomair,Muath Hussai No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
241 Applied Engineering Anal 3.0 13846 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P RH 00305 Chaudhry,Huda No 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
250 Engr Mech/Thermodynamics 3.0 13847 LEC 0001 TR 1:00P - 2:15P HH 00201 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
276 Circuit Theory I 3.0 11795 LEC 0002 TR 5:30P - 6:45P KH 00209 Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17794 LAB 001L M 1:00P - 3:30P FH 00302 Zaman,Rafida No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17795 LAB 002L M 7:00P - 9:30P FH 00302 Lawson,Etiam Fessou No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17796 LAB 003L T 2:30P - 5:00P FH 00302 Alharthi,Yahya Zafi No 3 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17797 LAB 004L W 1:00P - 3:30P FH 00302 Zaman,Rafida No 3 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17798 LAB 005L W 7:00P - 9:30P FH 00302 Lawson,Etiam Fessou No 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 17799 LAB 006L R 2:30P - 5:00P FH 00302 Alharthi,Yahya Zafi No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
302 Electro Waves and Fields 4.0 11843 LEC 0001 TR 1:00P - 2:50P BLOCH 00008 Hassan,Ahmed M No -2 CLOSED
Regular Academic
330 Electronic Circuits 3.0 14878 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P HH 00201 Khan,Faisal No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
331 Electronic Circuit Lab 1.0 14879 LAB 003L T 08:30A - 11:00A FH 00302 Khan,Marouf Hossain No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
331 Electronic Circuit Lab 1.0 14880 LAB 005L T 5:30P - 8:00P FH 00302 Khan,Marouf Hossain No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
331 Electronic Circuit Lab 1.0 14881 LAB 006L W 10:00A - 12:30P FH 00302 Iqbal,Md Arif No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
331 Electronic Circuit Lab 1.0 14882 LAB 007L R 08:30A - 11:00A FH 00302 Kaja,Hasita No 3 OPEN
Regular Academic
331 Electronic Circuit Lab 1.0 15369 LAB 008L R 5:30P - 8:00P FH 00302 Kaja,Hasita No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
341R App Engr Analysis II 3.0 13866 LEC 0001 MW 4:00P - 5:15P KH 00209 Larsen,Whitney No 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 11793 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 20 OPEN
Prerequisite: Senior standing Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 17452 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Goli,Preetham No 19 OPEN
Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 17453 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Hassan,Ahmed M No 20 OPEN
Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 17454 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Khan,Faisal No 20 OPEN
Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 17455 IND 0005 ARR ARR ARR Li,Zhu No 20 OPEN
Regular Academic
400 Problems In Ece 1.0-4.0 17456 IND 0006 ARR ARR ARR Rahman,Mostafizur No 20 OPEN
Regular Academic
401 Topics Electrical Engr 3.0 16924 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P KH 00207 Li,Zhu No 2 OPEN
Course Description: Multimedia communication is dominating the mobile networks and the Internet, the popularity of applications like Youtube, Netflix, etc. is spurring rapid growth of online multimedia traffic, especially video traffic. This is presenting a huge challenge to the current mobile and Internet infrastructure. In this class, we will cover the basic video compression scheme, file format and end-to-end streaming solution technology like MPEG DASH, MMT, as well as the state of art in the topics of QoE metrics, error resilience, joint source-channel coding, rate-distortion optimized streaming, network congestion measure and modeling, and new next generation content centric networking framework. Prerequisite: ECE 480/5580 Digital Signal Processing, good Matlab and C programmin Regular Academic
Topics: Multimedia Communication
401 Topics Electrical Engr 3.0 17978 LEC 0003 MW 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00309 Li,Zhu No 34 OPEN
Course Description: Image is an essential form of information representation and communication in modern society. Nowadays billions of images are generated every minutes in a variety of applications ranging from photography, entertainment, education, defense to medical. A good understanding of the vast amount of image content at syntactic and semantic levels, would be essential to create new capability and enabling new applications. The course is project based, and the objective is to teach practical algorithm and system solutions for image formation/representation, analysis/understanding, and retrieval, as well as the latest topics like mobile visual search, augmented reality, large scale image tagging, and retrieval. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand th Regular Academic
Topics: Image Analysis and Retrieval
401 Topics Electrical Engr 3.0 18119 LEC 0004 TR 4:00P - 5:15P RH 00403 Hassan,Ahmed M No 9 OPEN
Course Description: The global nanotechnology market is expanding rapidly and is already a multiple-billions industry with hundreds of thousands of job opportunities. This course is an introductory course in nanoelectromagnetics and plasmonics designed for senior undergraduate and graduate students. The course will focus on studying the interaction of electromagnetic waves, from DC to optical frequencies, with Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene Sheets and Noble Metal nanostructures. Three main areas will be covered in the course: (i) Material properties of different nanostructures, (ii) Maxwell theory for studying nanostructures, (iii) Computational electromagnetic techniques for studying nanostructures (ZENO, COMSOL, SCUFF-EM, DDSCAT). Prerequisites: E&C-ENGR 302 or PHYS 460/PHYS 461 and MATLAB Regular Academic
Topics: Nanoelectromagnetics Plassmncs
401DE Special Topics ECE 3.0 14883 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P RH 00203 Knopp,Jerome No 8 OPEN
Course description: Introduction to advanced methods of circuit analysis and design using new and advanced methods of circuit analysis including symbolic computing methods in signal flow graph analysis, new methods of superposition with dependent sources, node splitting, improved methods in the application and interpretation of asymptotic Bode plotting and feedback theory and stability analysis. The course emphasizes the application of advanced simulation techniques using Spice and Matlab in practical circuit design. The methods are applied to a broad spectrum of examples in both digital and analog areas including basic and advanced amplifiers (e.g. the new Class D), current mirrors, differential amplifiers, oscillators, multivibrators, detectors and mixers.. The course emphasizes the Regular Academic
Topics: Adv Design/Elec Circuits
401NM Topics In Electrical Eng 3.0 15008 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P FH 00450A Khan,Mahrukh No 5 OPEN
Course description: This course will explore various techniques that are used in solving electromagnetic problems. Various commercially available electromagnetic field solvers (such as HFSS, FEKO, CST, IE3D etc.) gainfully utilize such techniques for handling various classes of problems. Furthermore, while the major thrust of this course will be geared towards numerical methods, the role of analytical techniques will be emphasized. Selection of electromagnetic/RF problems shall provide the background/context, while the methods utilized to solve these problems will be the central part of this course. Course Topics (Tentative): Roots of equations and applications to propagation constants in various guided wave systems; numerical calculation of scattering potentials & electromagnetic field Regular Academic
Topics: Numerical Methods in EM
401PQ Topics in Electrical Eng 3.0 15373 LEC 0001 MW 7:00P - 8:15P FH 00462 Kelly,Michael Willia No -2 CLOSED
Course Description: The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the cause of disturbances, modeling, analysis, and solutions related to power quality problems. Power quality (or lack thereof) is a problem that typically involves the end user of electrical energy operating sensitive equipment. Power quality problems will be visiting utilities now and in the future due to the development of power semiconductor technology and the result of fast switching devices. It is the susceptibility of the end-users’ equipment that defines the necessary level of Power Quality as listed in the standards and we will review these thresholds in detail. The outline of this course will include methods to measure and quantify Power Quality. A great deal of time will be spent on modeling the Regular Academic
Topics: Power Quality
401SC Topics in ECE 3.0 14885 LEC 0001 MWF 11:00A - 11:50A KH 00009 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K No 14 OPEN
Course description: The course presents an updated background of world energy production and consumption, some mathematical background for understanding energy supply and demand, a summary of the solar spectrum, how to locate the sun and how to optimize the capture of its energy, as well as the various components that are used in PV systems. Some section of the course has also been added to explain why certain photovoltaic (PV) designs are done in certain ways, as well as how the design process is implemented. Economic and environmental issues as PV design criteria are discussed along with the most recently available technology and design and installation practice. A brief review on solar cell science and technology has also been discussed. No prerequisites but fair knowledge of solar radi Regular Academic
Topics: Solar Photovoltaic Sys Engr
401VL Topics in Elec Engr 3.0 14884 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P F A 00208 Chowdhury,Masud Hasa No 10 OPEN
Note: Course Description: With a focus on CMOS Digital technology this course will cover the basic concepts of IC design, various methods of designing VLSI circuits, and techniques to analyze and optimize performance metrics, such as, speed, area, power and signal integrity. Clocking, interconnect and scaling issues of integrated circuit will also be discussed. It will also introduce students to fabrication technologies, and implementation approaches of integrated circuits. To familiarize students with the realities of design complexities and layout environment they will get exposure to VLSI CAD tools in the following levels – schematic, layout, extraction and circuit simulation through the labs and projects. Regular Academic
Topics: Introduction to VLSI Design
403 Senior Design II 1.0 17802 LEC 0001 M 2:00P - 2:50P FH 00304 Lowe,Jesse M No 2 OPEN
Regular Academic
403 Senior Design II 1.0 17803 LEC 0002 M 2:00P - 2:50P CH 00002D Kelly,Michael Willia No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
403WI Senior Design II 3.0 17976 LEC 0001 MWF 2:00P - 2:50P FH 00304 Lowe,Jesse M No 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
403WI Senior Design II 3.0 17977 LEC 0002 MWF 2:00P - 2:50P CH 00002D Kelly,Michael Willia No 0 CLOSED
Regular Academic
412 Prin of RF/Microwv Engin 3.0 14943 LEC 0001 TR 1:00P - 2:15P FH 00450A Chatterjee,Deb No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
420 Advanced Engr Computatio 2.0 16054 LAB 001L MW 3:00P - 3:50P EDUC 00033 Lowe,Jesse M No 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
424 Computer Design 3.0 17975 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00309 Rahman,Mostafizur No 17 OPEN
Regular Academic
428R Embedded Systems 3.0 14950 LEC 0002 MW 4:00P - 5:15P HH 00201 Mohler,Matthew Steph No 22 OPEN
Regular Academic
429 Embedded Systems Lab 1.0 11844 LAB 002L T 08:30A - 11:00A FH 00527 Coronado,Eli James No 2 OPEN
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 525. Regular Academic
429 Embedded Systems Lab 1.0 13848 LAB 003L T 5:30P - 8:00P FH 00527 Gilbreath,Gretchen No 3 OPEN
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 525. Regular Academic
429 Embedded Systems Lab 1.0 15371 LAB 005L R 08:30A - 11:30A FH 00527 Coronado,Eli James No 10 OPEN
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 525. Regular Academic
429 Embedded Systems Lab 1.0 15372 LAB 006L R 5:30P - 8:00P FH 00527 Gilbreath,Gretchen No 3 OPEN
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 525. Regular Academic
436 Power Electronics I 3.0 16067 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P HH 00310 Khan,Faisal No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
458 Automatic Control System 3.0 17804 LEC 0003 TR 1:00P - 2:15P RH 00111 Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. Yes 48 OPEN
Regular Academic
463 Adv Sust Energ Syst Engi 3.0 14655 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P HH 00201 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K No 4 OPEN
Regular Academic
466 Power Systems I 3.0 14887 LEC 0001 TR 4:00P - 5:15P CH 00104 Goli,Preetham No 13 OPEN
Regular Academic
468 Electric Power Dis Systm 3.0 13849 LEC 0001 MWF 12:00P - 12:50P RH 00214 Goli,Preetham No 14 OPEN
Regular Academic
477 Intro/Wireless Networkin 3.0 14657 LEC 0001 TR 10:00A - 11:15A RH 00104 Beard,Cory C No 58 OPEN
Regular Academic
480 Digital Signal Processng 3.0 15406 LEC 0001 MWF 3:00P - 3:50P EDUC 00117 Bleha,Saleh Ali No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
484 Digital Image Processing 3.0 17023 LEC 0001 MWF 1:00P - 1:50P BLOCH 00014 Knopp,Jerome No 27 OPEN
Regular Academic
486 Pattern Recognition 3.0 14656 LEC 0001 TR 7:00P - 8:15P RH 00402 Knopp,Jerome No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
491 Internship 0-6.0 11796 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 18 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 17457 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Goli,Preetham No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 17458 LEC 0002 ARR ARR ARR Hassan,Ahmed M No 29 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 17459 LEC 0003 ARR ARR ARR Khan,Faisal No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 17460 LEC 0004 ARR ARR ARR Li,Zhu No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 17461 LEC 0005 ARR ARR ARR Rahman,Mostafizur No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
5513 Adv Principles/Microwave 3.0 14889 LEC 0001 TR 1:00P - 2:15P FH 00450A Chatterjee,Deb No 47 OPEN
Regular Academic
5528 Advanced Embedded System 3.0 17392 LEC 0002 MW 5:30P - 6:45P BLOCH 00003 Bleha,Saleh Ali No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
5534 Computer Arithmetic 3.0 15622 LEC 0001 MW 4:00P - 5:15P FH 00560L Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5537 Mixed-Signal Intgrtd Cir 3.0 15409 LEC 0001 MW 7:00P - 8:15P HH 00109 Hossain,Munem No 27 OPEN
Regular Academic
5542 Introduction to VLSI Des 3.0 15370 LEC 0001 TR 11:30A - 12:45P F A 00208 Chowdhury,Masud Hasa No 72 OPEN
Regular Academic
5556 Instrumentation and Cont 3.0 15408 LEC 0001 MWF 2:00P - 2:50P HH 00201 Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. No 32 OPEN
Regular Academic
5558 Auto Control System Desi 3.0 17805 LEC 0002 TR 1:00P - 2:15P RH 00111 Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. No 17 OPEN
Regular Academic
5560 Electric Power Dist. Sys 3.0 14660 LEC 0001 MWF 12:00P - 12:50P RH 00214 Goli,Preetham No 49 OPEN
Regular Academic
5577 Wireless Communications 3.0 14890 LEC 0001 TR 4:00P - 5:15P FH 00310 Tekinay,Mustafa No 6 OPEN
Regular Academic
5580 Digital Signal Proce 3.0 15407 LEC 0001 MWF 3:00P - 3:50P EDUC 00117 Bleha,Saleh Ali No 26 OPEN
Regular Academic
5586 Pattern Recognition 3.0 14658 LEC 0001 TR 7:00P - 8:15P RH 00402 Knopp,Jerome No 12 OPEN
Regular Academic
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 16930 LEC 0004 TR 2:30P - 3:45P BLOCH 00003 Rahman,Mostafizur No 10 OPEN
Course Description: This course is continuation of Nanoscale Devices and circuits course offered in Fall 2015. In this course students will learn theory about semiconductor processing, and their applications. Limitations of existing process techniques will be discussed, and advances in both physical implementation and circuit/integration techniques will be introduced. Some example topics that will be covered are: optical lithogrpahy, EUV lithography, nanoimprint, implantation, manufacturing aware circuit design, etc. The laboratory work will include modeling and simulation with state-of-the-art semiconductor processing and device simulation tools such as: SRIM, Sentaurus TCAD Process, Sentaurus TCAD Device, etc. This is a research intensive course; substantial research outcomes are expect Regular Academic
Topics: Nanoscale Manufacturing
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 16935 LEC 0005 TR 11:30A - 12:45P KH 00207 Li,Zhu No 7 OPEN
Course Description: Multimedia communication is dominating the mobile networks and the Internet, the popularity of applications like Youtube, Netflix, etc. is spurring rapid growth of online multimedia traffic, especially video traffic. This is presenting a huge challenge to the current mobile and Internet infrastructure. In this class, we will cover the basic video compression scheme, file format and end-to-end streaming solution technology like MPEG DASH, MMT, as well as the state of art in the topics of QoE metrics, error resilience, joint source-channel coding, rate-distortion optimized streaming, network congestion measure and modeling, and new next generation content centric networking framework. Prerequisite: ECE 480/5580 Digital Signal Processing, good Matlab and C programmin Regular Academic
Topics: Multimedia Communication
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 17342 LEC 0006 MW 5:30P - 6:45P RH 00211 Rattani,Ajita No 22 OPEN
This course is intended for Masters and PhD students in electrical engineering, computer science, and bioinformatics, as well as other interested advanced graduate students from other engineering disciplines, mathematics, and physics. This course covers the applications of machine learning techniques to the modern biomedical and biometric problems. In order to do so, the course will be presented in two parts. For the first part, a quick coverage of the most important pattern recognition and machine learning topics will be given. The second part will consist of select case studies and will be project-based. Students will be presented with a number of biomedical and biometric research problems and will be guided to find solutions to the assignments using the knowledge and the skills garner Regular Academic
Topics: Supervised Learning
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 17979 LEC 0008 MW 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00309 Li,Zhu No 36 OPEN
Course Description: Image is an essential form of information representation and communication in modern society. Nowadays billions of images are generated every minutes in a variety of applications ranging from photography, entertainment, education, defense to medical. A good understanding of the vast amount of image content at syntactic and semantic levels, would be essential to create new capability and enabling new applications. The course is project based, and the objective is to teach practical algorithm and system solutions for image formation/representation, analysis/understanding, and retrieval, as well as the latest topics like mobile visual search, augmented reality, large scale image tagging, and retrieval. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand th Regular Academic
Topics: Image Analysis and Retrieval
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 18120 LEC 0009 TR 4:00P - 5:15P RH 00403 Hassan,Ahmed M No 10 OPEN
Course Description: The global nanotechnology market is expanding rapidly and is already a multiple-billions industry with hundreds of thousands of job opportunities. This course is an introductory course in nanoelectromagnetics and plasmonics designed for senior undergraduate and graduate students. The course will focus on studying the interaction of electromagnetic waves, from DC to optical frequencies, with Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene Sheets and Noble Metal nanostructures. Three main areas will be covered in the course: (i) Material properties of different nanostructures, (ii) Maxwell theory for studying nanostructures, (iii) Computational electromagnetic techniques for studying nanostructures (ZENO, COMSOL, SCUFF-EM, DDSCAT). Prerequisites: E&C-ENGR 302 or PHYS 460/PHYS 461 and MATLAB Regular Academic
Topics: Nanoelectromagnetics Plassmncs
5590AE Special Topics In Ece 3.0 15375 LEC 0001 MW 5:30P - 6:45P HH 00109 Goli,Preetham No 1 OPEN
Course Description: The following topics will be discussed in depth: Electric System Reliability, Load and Fault Studies, Introduction to Electric system Stability, Voltage Regulation, Per Unit and Symmetrical Calculations, Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Currents, Fallacy of the X/R Ratio, Application of Electrical Equipment Boundary Conditions for Generators, Transformers, Switchgear, Motor Control Centers, and Panel boards. Further, this course will discuss Zero Sequence Applications in Power Plants and the impact on Plant Availability and Cost Impact of Electric Equipment Selection. Prerequisites: ECE 466 or introductory power engineering equivalent background or Instructor’s consent. Regular Academic
Topics: Auxiliary Electric Sys Design
5590DE Special Topics/ECE 3.0 15648 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P RH 00203 Knopp,Jerome No 27 OPEN
Course description: Introduction to advanced methods of circuit analysis and design using new and advanced methods of circuit analysis including symbolic computing methods in signal flow graph analysis, new methods of superposition with dependent sources, node splitting, improved methods in the application and interpretation of asymptotic Bode plotting and feedback theory and stability analysis. The course emphasizes the application of advanced simulation techniques using Spice and Matlab in practical circuit design. The methods are applied to a broad spectrum of examples in both digital and analog areas including basic and advanced amplifiers (e.g. the new Class D), current mirrors, differential amplifiers, oscillators, multivibrators, detectors and mixers.. The course emphasizes the Regular Academic
Topics: Adv Design/Elec Circuits
5590EN Special Topics in ECE 3.0 14948 LEC 0001 TR 2:30P - 3:45P HH 00201 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K No 0 CLOSED
Topic: Sustainable Energy Systems for Engineering Course description: This course will provide understanding of conventional and sustainable energy production and utilization which will serve as a foundation for the Energy Systems Engineering. It will provide an overview of the major energy flows and the issues associated with production and end-use. Major current sources of energy include fossil fuel, hydroelectric, nuclear power, and wind energy. Major end-use categories include industrial uses, transportation and buildings. The range of innovative technologies in the context of the current energy infrastructure. In this course Alternative Energy Resources will be examined. Then analyzes the various alternative energy sources available, including renewable energy (hydroelectric, solar, Regular Academic
Topics: Energy Systems for Engineering
5590IP Special Topics In Ece 3.0 17024 LEC 0001 MWF 1:00P - 1:50P BLOCH 00014 Knopp,Jerome No 20 OPEN
Regular Academic
Topics: Image Processing
5590NM Special Topics in ECE 3.0 15009 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P FH 00450A Khan,Mahrukh No 15 OPEN
Course description: This course will explore various techniques that are used in solving electromagnetic problems. Various commercially available electromagnetic field solvers (such as HFSS, FEKO, CST, IE3D etc.) gainfully utilize such techniques for handling various classes of problems. Furthermore, while the major thrust of this course will be geared towards numerical methods, the role of analytical techniques will be emphasized. Selection of electromagnetic/RF problems shall provide the background/context, while the methods utilized to solve these problems will be the central part of this course. Course Topics (Tentative): Roots of equations and applications to propagation constants in various guided wave systems; numerical calculation of scattering potentials & electromagnetic field Regular Academic
Topics: Numerical Methods in EM
5590PQ Special Topics in ECE 3.0 15374 LEC 0001 MW 7:00P - 8:15P FH 00462 Kelly,Michael Willia No 0 CLOSED
Course Description: The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the cause of disturbances, modeling, analysis, and solutions related to power quality problems. Power quality (or lack thereof) is a problem that typically involves the end user of electrical energy operating sensitive equipment. Power quality problems will be visiting utilities now and in the future due to the development of power semiconductor technology and the result of fast switching devices. It is the susceptibility of the end-users’ equipment that defines the necessary level of Power Quality as listed in the standards and we will review these thresholds in detail. The outline of this course will include methods to measure and quantify Power Quality. A great deal of time will be spent on modeling the Regular Academic
Topics: Power Quality
5590SC Special Topics in ECE 3.0 14892 LEC 0001 MWF 11:00A - 11:50A KH 00009 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K No 47 OPEN
Course description: The course presents an updated background of world energy production and consumption, some mathematical background for understanding energy supply and demand, a summary of the solar spectrum, how to locate the sun and how to optimize the capture of its energy, as well as the various components that are used in PV systems. Some section of the course has also been added to explain why certain photovoltaic (PV) designs are done in certain ways, as well as how the design process is implemented. Economic and environmental issues as PV design criteria are discussed along with the most recently available technology and design and installation practice. A brief review on solar cell science and technology has also been discussed. No prerequisites but fair knowledge of solar radi Regular Academic
Topics: Solar Photovoltaic Sys Engr
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 13925 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 14268 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Chatterjee,Deb Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 14547 IND 0005 ARR ARR ARR Beard,Cory C Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 14767 IND 0006 ARR ARR ARR Chowdhury,Masud Hasa Yes 7 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 14769 IND 0007 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 15130 IND 0008 ARR ARR ARR Sankar,Soundrapandia Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 15171 IND 0009 ARR ARR ARR Zheng,Yongjie Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 17347 IND 0010 ARR ARR ARR Hassan,Ahmed M Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 17363 IND 0011 ARR ARR ARR Rahman,Mostafizur Yes 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 18491 IND 0012 ARR ARR ARR Goli,Preetham Yes 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 18526 IND 0013 ARR ARR ARR Kelly,Michael Willia Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 18591 IND 0014 ARR ARR ARR Li,Zhu Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 18652 IND 0015 ARR ARR ARR Siddiki,MD Mahbube K Yes 7 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 13904 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Beard,Cory C Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 14480 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 14487 IND 0005 ARR ARR ARR Chatterjee,Deb Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 14536 IND 0006 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 14768 IND 0007 ARR ARR ARR Chowdhury,Masud Hasa Yes 8 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 15150 IND 0009 ARR ARR ARR Rahman,Mostafizur Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 17425 IND 0010 ARR ARR ARR Hassan,Ahmed M Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5599 Research 1.0-6.0 17505 IND 0011 ARR ARR ARR Li,Zhu Yes 8 OPEN
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5642 Advanced VLSI Design 3.0 14982 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 6:45P RH 00213 Chowdhury,Masud Hasa No 12 OPEN
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5664 Light&Swtch Surges Pwr 3.0 17806 LEC 0001 T 5:30P - 8:15P FH 00460 Kelly,Michael Willia No 3 OPEN
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5690 Adv Topic In Ece 3.0 17510 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chatterjee,Deb Yes 18 OPEN
Topic: Perturbation and Var Tech in Applied EM Course Description: Equivalence principle, reaction concepts, cavity and waveguide perturbations, stationary formulas for cavities and waveguides, impedance, scattering etc., Rayleigh-Ritz procedure, Galerkin’s method, Electric Field Integral Equation for conducting bodies; characteristic mode concepts etc. Pre-requisites and other restrictions: (a) ECE 5513 or its equivalent (b) Only PhD students are admissible (c) Instructor’s permission strictly required for enrollment Regular Academic
Topics: Cylindrical Wave Func Appl EM
5697 Adv Directed Readings 1.0-5.0 13981 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 9 OPEN
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5699 Dissertation Research 1.0-9.0 13903 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 7 OPEN
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5699 Dissertation Research 1.0-9.0 15165 IND 0009 ARR ARR ARR Yi,Yang Yes 10 OPEN
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