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Summer 2015 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
276 Circuit Theory I 3.0 32228 LEC 0001 MW 5:30P - 8:15P FH 00305 Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 32445 LEC 0001 TR 5:30P - 8:00P FH 00372 Shaik,Fayaz Basha No 5 OPEN
Regular Academic
277 Circuit Theory I Lab 1.0 32446 LEC 0002 TR 2:00P - 4:30P FH 00372 Shaik,Fayaz Basha No 1 OPEN
Regular Academic
341R App Engr Analysis II 3.0 32721 LEC 0001 MW 2:00P - 4:45P FH 00261 Sherwood,Jesse No 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
401 Topics Electrical Engr 3.0 33773 LEC 0001 TF 6:00P - 8:45P HH 00109 Kelly,Michael Willia No 28 OPEN
Course Description: Smart Grid is the next evolutionary change in the electric system. At times called “holistic engineering” or “SCADA on steroids”, Smart Grid is a process intended to improve on the present electric system by morphing it into an energy system by connecting with all sources of information to force expansion, improvement, automation and reinforcement of the present electric system. This smart grid course studies all electric power system components and draws analogies from communication and networking to suggest improvements in each component to develop a smarter grid. Prerequisite: ECE 466 – Power Systems I or instructor approval. Regular Academic
Topics: Smart Grid
401 Topics Electrical Engr 3.0 33854 LEC 0002 MW 5:30P - 8:15P FH 00310 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K Yes 9 OPEN
Course Description: The course presents an updated background and professional understanding of photovoltaic (PV) system; some mathematical background for understanding desired system performance, various (PV) components e.g. main components and balance of system components that are used in residential, commercial and utility scale 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. Prerequisite: A fair knowledge of solar radiati Regular Academic
Topics: Adv. Photovoltaic System Engin
418 Intro to Radar Systems 3.0 33078 LEC 0001 TR 10:30A - 1:15P MNLC 00151 Sherwood,Jesse No 17 OPEN
Regular Academic
491 Internship 0-6.0 30906 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 17 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 32766 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
497 Directed Readings 1.0-4.0 33333 LEC 0002 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 30 OPEN
Regular Academic
5518 Adv Radar Systems/Techni 3.0 33079 LEC 0001 TR 10:30A - 1:15P MNLC 00151 Sherwood,Jesse Yes -124 CLOSED
Regular Academic
5535 Hdl-Based Dig Sys Design 3.0 33519 LEC 0001 MW 2:00P - 4:45P FH 00310 Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 48 OPEN
Regular Academic
5570 Prin/Digital Communicati 3.0 32832 LEC 0001 TR 2:00P - 4:45P MNLC 00151 Beard,Cory C No -85 CLOSED
Regular Academic
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 33772 LEC 0001 TF 6:00P - 8:45P HH 00109 Kelly,Michael Willia No 9 OPEN
Course Description: Smart Grid is the next evolutionary change in the electric system. At times called “holistic engineering” or “SCADA on steroids”, Smart Grid is a process intended to improve on the present electric system by morphing it into an energy system by connecting with all sources of information to force expansion, improvement, automation and reinforcement of the present electric system. This smart grid course studies all electric power system components and draws analogies from communication and networking to suggest improvements in each component to develop a smarter grid. Prerequisite: ECE 466 – Power Systems I or instructor approval. Regular Academic
Topics: Smart Grid
5590 Special Topics In Ece 3.0 33855 LEC 0002 MW 5:30P - 8:15P FH 00310 Siddiki,MD Mahbube K Yes -24 CLOSED
Course Description: The course presents an updated background and professional understanding of photovoltaic (PV) system; some mathematical background for understanding desired system performance, various (PV) components e.g. main components and balance of system components that are used in residential, commercial and utility scale 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. Prerequisite: A fair knowledge of solar radiati Regular Academic
Topics: Adv. Photovoltaic System Engin
5590PL Special Topics In Ece 3.0 32918 LEC 0001 ARR ARR ARR Kelly,Michael Willia Yes -8 CLOSED
Note: Class meets in Flarsheim Hall room 449. Course Description: Electric Power Laboratory course examines mathematically the laboratory assisted areas of power engineering of present interests to the consulting and manufacturing sectors. Topics covered will include phase shifts, neutral shifts, load imbalances, peaking order, asymmetrical parameters and their limitations, saturation, harmonic distortion, spring mass equivalents of the operating electric system, momentum and inertia and its place in the new renewable electric system, source impedances, Ferranti effects and Ferro resonance. Prerequisites are ECE 476 – Power Systems II, a good understanding of the per-unit and symmetrical component method of analyses or instructor approval. Regular Academic
Topics: Power Lab
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 30907 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 15 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 32692 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Beard,Cory C Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 32981 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Chatterjee,Deb Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 32985 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 33210 IND 0005 ARR ARR ARR Chowdhury,Masud Hasa Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5597 Directed Readings 1.0-3.0 33886 IND 0007 ARR ARR ARR Kirkpatrick,Kevin P. Yes 9 OPEN
Regular Academic
5697 Adv Directed Readings 1.0-5.0 32752 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5697 Adv Directed Readings 1.0-5.0 32767 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5697 Adv Directed Readings 1.0-5.0 33311 IND 0003 ARR ARR ARR Chatterjee,Deb Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5697 Adv Directed Readings 1.0-5.0 33835 IND 0004 ARR ARR ARR Beard,Cory C Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5699 Dissertation Research 1.0-9.0 30909 IND 0001 ARR ARR ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M No 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5699 Dissertation Research 1.0-9.0 32384 IND 0002 ARR ARR ARR Derakhshani,Reza Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic
5899 Required Grad Enrollment 1.0 32286 IND 0001 ARR Chaudhry,Ghulam M Yes 10 OPEN
Regular Academic