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Electrical Engineering

  • EE 1000 Introduction to Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course is designed to acquaint incoming Electrical Engineering and Engineering Physics students with the programs, expectations, goals and career paths. Outcome expectations are that the student will be more prepared in choosing an appropriate course of study and field of concentration.

  • EE 2000 Digital Design with HDL

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to combinational and synchronous sequential digital system design and optimization. Use of structural hardware description language (HDL) with CAD tools for design and simulation in a field programmable gate array (FPGA) based laboratory environment.

  • EE 2000L Digital Design with Hardware Description Language Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with CAD Tools, simulation of FPGA's and hardware description languages in a laboratory environment. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 1280 Minimum Grade of C or WSU Math Placement 05

  • EE 2010 Circuit Analysis I

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Basic elements and laws, circuit analysis techniques and concepts, energy storage elements, first and second order circuits, sinusoidal steady state analysis.

  • EE 2010L Circuit Analysis I Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Computer-assisted analysis, RLC circuits, operational amplifiers and circuits, Thevenin and Norton equivalents, maximum power transfer, and AC networks. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level ENG 1100 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level MTH 2310 Minimum Grade of C and U

  • EE 2020 Introduction to Mechatronics

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Learn to perform system level design integrated systems, program an embedded microcontroller, analyze and design basic sensor interface circuits, analyze and design driver circuits, and develop simple programs that control actuators.

  • EE 2020L Introduction to Mechatronics Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory that assists with the students abilities to perform level design of integrated systems, program an embedded microcontroller, analyze and design basic sensor interface circuits, analyze and design driver circuits, and to develop simple programs that control actuators.

  • EE 3000 Solid State Materials for Electronics, Photonics and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Essential physical parameters of solids: elastic and thin-film properties (i.e.

  • EE 3030 Circuit Analysis II

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Circuit review, alternating current concepts, computer-aided circuit analysis, two-port networks, power.

  • EE 3030L Circuit Analysis II Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Application of AC concepts, computer-aided circuit analysis, two-port networks, and power theory. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 2010 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 2010L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 3210 Linear Systems I

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Continuous-time signals and systems, time domain analysis, Laplace transform, Fourier series, Fourier transform, Bode analysis. Various approaches to system and signal modeling.

  • EE 3260 Random Signals and Noise

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Practical introduction to random events, characterization of stochastic signals, first and second order moment descriptions of random processes, and input/output descriptions of random signals and noise in linear systems.

  • EE 3310 Electronic Devices and Circuits

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to basic solid-state electronic devices for discrete and integrated circuits.

  • EE 3310L Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 3310 Electronic Devices and Circuits. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 2010 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level EE 2010L Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level MTH 2300 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 3320 Digital System Design

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Basics of digital computer hardware and design. Topics include switching algebra and switching functions, logic design of combinational and sequential circuits, storage elements, register-level design, and instrumentation.

  • EE 3320L Digital System Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    0
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for CEG 3320.

  • EE 3450 Introduction to Electromagnetics

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Electrostatics and magnetics; induced electro-motive force; Maxwell's equations and their physical interpretation and applications to transmission lines and antennas.

  • EE 3450L Electromagnetics Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with electromagnetic devices, field measurements, and device characterization in a laboratory environment. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 2010 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level EE 2010L Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level MTH 2320

  • EE 3510 Continuous and Discrete Linear Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Students will learn the ability to develop models of physical systems, to classify systems, to apply Laplace transforms, z transforms, and Fourier transforms, understand sampling theory, Nyquist, and signal reconstruction, quantization, and analyze continuous and discrete-time linear systems.

  • EE 3520 Digital and Feedback Control Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Develop analog and digital models of physical systems, perform transform domain analysis of signals and systems, analyze system stability, apply Bode plots and root locus method, and to analyze and design PIP controllers.

  • EE 3520L Digital and Feedback Control Systems Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory to assist the students in the ability to develop analog and digital models of physical systems, perform transform domain analysis of signals and systems, analyze systems stability, apply Bode plots and root locus method, and to analyze and design PID Controllers.

  • EE 3810 Professional Skills for Electrical Engineers

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    2
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Development of professional skills for electrical engineering: multidisciplinary teamwork, professional and ethical responsibilities, oral and written communication, life-long learning, and understanding of contemporary issues and the impact of engineering solutions.

  • EE 4000 Linear Systems II

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Discrete time signals and systems theory, the z-transform theory, input/output relationships, discrete Fourier transform, IIR and FIR filter design, and sampling.

  • EE 4100 Nano-Fabrication of Integrated Solid State Devices

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    History, design, and fabrication of CMOS and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). CMOS front-end-of-line (FEOL), back-end-of-line (BEOL), surface micromachining and bulk micromachining. Typical VLSI devices and selected RF MEMS.

  • EE 4120 Industrial Controls and Automation

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Wiring diagram creation, hardware selection, and programmable logic controller design and operation.

  • EE 4120L Industrial Controls and Automation Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience in Industrial Controls, Automated Controls systems, plant modeling and control system performance. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 3210 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level CEG 2170 Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level ME 3210 Minimu

  • EE 4130 Continuous Control Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to continuous control systems. Block diagrams and signal-flow graphs, electromechanical modeling, time response, root locus, and design of PID controllers.

  • EE 4130L Continuous Control Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Application and testing of control systems theory with electromechanical systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 3210 Minimum Grade of C or Undergraduate level ME 3210 Minimum Grade of C) and Undergraduate level MTH 2310 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4170 Digital Control Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Samples spectra and aliasing, analysis and design of digital control systems using root locus and transform techniques; discrete equivalents of continuous controller and quantization effects.

  • EE 4170L Digital Control Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Application and testing of control systems theory with electromechanical systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4130 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4130L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4190 Introduction to Intelligent Control Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Foundations of fuzzy set theory, system modeling using fuzzy rules, structure of fuzzy controllers and PID fuzzy controller design. Neural network founndations, single layered/multi-layered perceptions, learning rules, basics of adaptive controls and adaptive neural control.

  • EE 4190L Introduction to Intelligent Control Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Intelligent control strategies for systems and subsystems in industrial and engineering applications. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4130 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4130L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4210 Digital Communication

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to digital commuications: analog communication vs digital communication, source coding, pulse shaping, digital modulation/demodulation, signal detection and optimal receiver.

  • EE 4210L Digital Communication Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with modulation/demodulation modules and experimentation with representative communication system. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4000 Minimum Grade of C

  • EE 4360 Digital Signal Processing: Theory, Application and Implementation

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Principles and applications of digital signal processing (DSP) from the design and implementation perspective. Introduction to advanced digital signal processing design concepts. Focus on time and frequency domain algorithms.

  • EE 4420 Microwave Engineering I - Passive Components

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Transmission line theory and application, wave propagation in rectangular waveguides, microwave network analysis, matching network, design of microwave filter and resonator, and introduction of electromagnetic compatibility.

  • EE 4420L Microwave Engineering I - Passive Components Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with microwave devices, microwave testing equipment and representative microwave systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 3450 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 3450L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4440 Electronic Integrated Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Theory and applications of integrated circuits. Bipolar and field effect transistor amplifier analysis and design, multi-stage and feed back amplifiers, ideal and real operational amplifiers, frequency response and compensation, active filters, comparators, and waveform generators.

  • EE 4440L Electronic Integrated Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with Electronic Integrated components, subsystems and systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 3210 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 3310 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 3310L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4460 Microwave Engineering II - Active Components and Circuits

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Fundamental of RF active components: modeling of RF active components; design impedance matching network; microwave transistor amplifier design; microwave transistor oscillator and mixer design; introduction to microwave system.

  • EE 4460L Microwave Engineering II - Active Components and Circuits Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience with active component microwave devices, subsystems, and systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4420 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4420L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4470 Antenna Theory and Design

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Linear dipole antennas, antenna arrays, thin-wire antennas, moment method analysis examples (vee dipole, folded dipole, etc.), and broadband and frequency-independent antennas. Computer-aided design and analysis of wire antennas, feed networks, and antenna arrays using antenna CAD software.

  • EE 4470L Antenna Theory and Design Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Hands-on experience and fabrication of antenna elements with evaluation of antenna performance. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4420 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4420L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4480 Remote Sensing Detectors and Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture
    Lab

    Learn to analyze and design electro-optic (EO), infrared (IR), and microwave (radar) detection systems commonly used in remote sensing.

  • EE 4540 Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to VLSI system and subsystem design: CMOS devices and circuit design techniques, basic building blocks for CMOS design, fabrication processing and design rules, chip planning and layout, basic system subcomponents (adders, subtractors, ALUs, and others), system timing and power dissi

  • EE 4540L Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Work-station-based experience designing asic devices for evaluation and testing. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 2000 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 2000L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4560 Introduction to Robotics

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduces the mathematics of robots with emphasis on coordinate systems and transformations, manipulator kinematics and inverse kinematics, Jacobian, trajectory planning, dynamics and control.

  • EE 4560L Introduction to Robotics Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory introducing plant moduling and controller design.

  • EE 4600 Autonomous UAV Flight Control

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introductory course of UAV autopilot design. Major topics include quadrotor dynamics and modeling, UAV sensors, stabilization and control of altitude, pitch/roll, and yaw, position navigation using orientation angles, waypoint navigation, integration and practical issues

  • EE 4600L Autonomous UAV Flight Control Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 4600/6600. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 4620 Digital Integrated Circuit Design with PLDs and FPGAs

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Digital design with behavioral level VHDL; application of VHDL to the design, analysis, and synthesis of digital integrated circuits; field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and design and application of digital integrated circuits using FPGA's.

  • EE 4620L Digital Integrated Circuit Design with PLDs & FPGAs Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Realizations, testing and evaluation of digital integrated ciricuts with particular emphasis on programmable logic devices. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 2000 Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level EE 2000L Minimum Grade of C and Undergraduate level EE 3210 Mi

  • EE 4700 Introduction to MEMS

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Overview of basic sensor technology including operating principles, electronics and measurement principles.

  • EE 4700L Introduction to MEMS Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Experimental design, realization and testing of MEMS devices with emphasis on sensing applications. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 4100 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level PHY 3150 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4730 Wireless Communication

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Overview of wireless communication: cellular network concept, wireless communication channel and multi-path fading, digital modulation/demodulation techniques for wireless communication, performance analysis, equalization, diversity and RAKE receiver, spreading spectrum technology and CDMA, cogni

  • EE 4730L Wireless Communication Laboratory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Application-rich environment that realizes the important modulation, demodulation and decision schemes that are the foundation of wireless communication. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 3260 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4210 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 4750 Introduction to Radar Systems

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Study of the radar equation, antenna patterns, target cross sections and system losses, radar measurements, pulse Doppler and coherent techniques, detection probability and signal-to-noise ratio, side lobe clutter, synthetic arrays, and pulse compression techniques.

  • EE 4780 Coding Theory

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Essentials of error-correcting codes, including methods for efficient and accurate transfer of information. Perfect and related codes, linear and cyclic codes, BCH codes, Reed-Muller codes, Reed-Solomon cods, Self-dual codes, weight enumerators and bounds.

  • EE 4800 Undergraduate Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Undergraduate special topics in electrical engineering. Topics vary.

  • EE 4800L Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Lab

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Special topics in electrical engineering lab.

  • EE 4810 Full-Time Curricular Practical Training in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Internship

    Practical work experience in undergraduate level electrical engineering.

  • EE 4820 Part-Time Curricular Practical Training in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Internship

    Practical work experience in undergraduate level electrical engineering.

  • EE 4830 Internship in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Internship

    Practical work experience in undergraduate level electrical engineering.

  • EE 4840 Introduction to Machine Learning

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to the field of probabilistic machine learning. Examples are drawn from sensor signal exploitation, biology, text processing, computer vision, and robotics. Key techniques are demonstrated and implemented in MATLAB.

  • EE 4910 Electrical Engineering Senior Design Project I

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    A project-oriented design course integrating design methodology with the principles of major electrical engineering disciplines. Students from working groups, define design projects and select faculty advisors according to their interests, needs and knowledge bases. Integrated Writing course.

  • EE 4920 Electrical Engineering Senior Design Project II

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    A project-oriented design course integrating design methodology with the principles of major electrical engineering disciplines: project planning and management, design specifications, implementation, testing and evaluations, electronic documentation, written and oral reports.

  • EE 4990 Special Problems in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Undergraduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 3
    Schedule Type: 
    Independent Study

    Special problems in advanced engineering. Topics vary.

  • EE 5000 Solid State Materials for Electronics, Photonics and MEMS

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Focuses on the essential physical parameters of solids that make devices so important: elastic and thin-film properties (i.e.

  • EE 5010 Circuit Analysis I

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The student will have the ability to apply Kirchhoff's laws, an understanding and ability to apply Thevenin and Norton's theorems, analyze and design circuits with operational amplifiers, analyze 1st and 2nd order circuits, apply linear differential equation techniques, and have an understanding

  • EE 5010L Circuit Analysis I Lab

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    To assist students with learning to apply Kirchhoff's laws, to have an understanding of and an ability to apply Thevenin and Norton's theorems, to analyze and design circuits, to analyze 1st and 2nd order circuits, to apply linear differential equation techniques, and to have an understanding of

  • EE 5030 Circuit Analysis II

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Circuit review, alternating current concepts, computer-aided circuit analysis, two-port networks, power.

  • EE 5030L Circuit Analysis II Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Application of AC concepts, computer-aided circuit analysis, two-port networks, and power theory.

  • EE 5210 Linear Systems I

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Continuous-time signals and systems, time domain analysis, Laplace transform, Fourier series, Fourier transform, Bode analysis. Various approaches to system and signal modeling are also discussed.

  • EE 5260 Random Signals and Noise

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Provides a practical introduction to the concepts of random events, characterization of stochastic signals, first and second order moment descriptions of random processes, and input/output descriptions of random signals and noise in linear systems.

  • EE 5310 Electronic Devices and Circuits

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to, theory of and application of basic solid-state electron devices for discrete and integrated circuits. Fundamentals necessary for comprehension and further study of modern engineering electronics.

  • EE 5310L Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Applications of diodes and transistors in analog circuits, design of bias circuits transistors.

  • EE 5320 Digital System Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Basics of Digital Computer Hardware and Design. Topics include switching algebra and switching functions, logic design of combinational and sequential circuits, storage elements, register-level design, and instrumentation.

  • EE 5320L Digital System Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    0
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for CEG 5320.

  • EE 5450 Introduction to Electromagnetics

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Electrostatics and magnetics; induced electro-motive force; Maxwell equations and their physical interpretation; Transmission lines; Radiation and antennas

  • EE 5450L Electromagnetics Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 5450. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6000 Linear Systems II

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Covers discrete time signals and systems, the z-Transform, input/output theory and discrete Fourier transform, IIR and FIR filter design, relationships, and sampling.

  • EE 6100 Nano-Fabrication of Integrated Solid State Devices

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course covers the history, design, and fabrication of CMOS and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). Typical fabrication methods cover CMOS, front-end-of-line (FEOL), back-end-of-line (BEOL), surface and bulk micromachining. Typical VLSI devices and selected RF MEMS are covered.

  • EE 6120 Industrial Controls and Automation

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    For each student to gain a working knowledge of industrial controls and automation. Focus is on developing an understanding of wiring diagram creation, hardware selection, and programmable logic controller design and operation.

  • EE 6120L Industrial Controls and Automation Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6120. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6130 Continuous Control Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introductory course providing students with a general control background. Major topics include block diagrams and signal-flow graphs, electromechanical modeling, time response, root locus, and design of PID controllers.

  • EE 6130L Continuous Control Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6130. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment. Application and testing of control systems theory with electromechanical systems.

  • EE 6170 Digital Control Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Samples spectra and aliasing, analysis and design of digital control systems using root locus and transform techniques, discrete equivalents of continuous controller and quantization effects.

  • EE 6170L Digital Control Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6170. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment. Application and testing of control systems theory with electromechanical systems.

  • EE 6190 Introduction to Intelligent Control Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Foundations of fuzzy set theory, system modeling using fuzzy rules, structure of fuzzy controllers and PID fuzzy controller design. Also included are neural network foundations, single layered/multi-layered perceptions, learning rules, basics of adaptive controls and adaptive neural control.

  • EE 6190L Introduction to Intelligent Control Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6190. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6210 Digital Communication

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course provides an introduction to digital communications.

  • EE 6210L Digital Communication Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6210. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6360 Digital Signal Processing: Theory, Application and Implementation

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduces principles and applications of digital signal processing (DSP) from the design and implementation perspective. Introduction to advanced digital signal processing design concepts. Focus on time and frequency domain algorithms. Methods include multirate signal processing.

  • EE 6400 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture
    Lab

    Introduction to nanoengineering, nanoscience and nanotechnology. Topics include introduction to quantum mechanics, fabrication, characterization, materials, electronic properties, optical properties, magnetic properties, devices, MEMS, NEMS.

  • EE 6420 Microwave Engineering I - Passive Components

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Transmission line theory and application wave propagation in rectangular waveguides, microwave network analysis, matching network, design of microwave filter and resonator, and introduction of electromagnetic compatibility.

  • EE 6420L Microwave Engineering I Passive Components Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6420. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6440 Electronic Integrated Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Theory and applications of linear integrated circuits. Topics include bipolar and field effect transistor analysis and design, multi-stage and feedback amplifiers, ideal and real operational amplifiers, frequency response and compensation, active filters, comparators, and waveform generators.

  • EE 6440L Electronic Integrated Systems Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6440. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6460 Microwave Engineering II - Active Components and Circuits

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Fundamental of RF active components; Design impedance matching network; microwave transistor amplifier design; Microwave transistor oscillator and mixer design; Introduction to microwave systems.

  • EE 6460L Microwave Engineering II - Active Components and Circuits Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 6460.

  • EE 6470 Antenna Theory and Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Linear dipole antennas, antenna arrays, thin-wire antennas, moment method analysis examples (vee dipole, folded dipole, etc.), and broadband and frequency-independent antennas. Computer-aided design and analysis of wire antennas, feed networks, and antenna arrays using antenna CAD software.

  • EE 6470L Antenna Theory and Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 6470.

  • EE 6480 Remote Sensing Detectors and Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture
    Lab

    Learn to analyze and design electro-optic (EO), infrared (IR), and microwave (radar) detection systems commonly used in remote sensing.

  • EE 6540 Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    (Also listed as CEG 654.) Introduction to VLSI system design.

  • EE 6540L Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Work station based experience designing asic devices for evaluation and testing.

  • EE 6560 Introduction to Robotics

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    An introduction to the mathematics of robots. Topics covered include coordinate systems and transformations, manipulator kinematics and inverse kinematics, Jacobians, dynamic and trajectory planning.

  • EE 6560L Introduction to Robotics Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 6560. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6600 Autonomous UAV Flight Control

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introductory course of UAV autopilot design.

  • EE 6600L Autonomous UAV Flight Control Lab

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory supporting EE 4600/6600. Students will experience hands on learning in lab environment.

  • EE 6620 Digital Integrated Circuit Design with PLDs and FPGAs

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Digital design with behavioral level VHDL; application of VHDL to the design, analysis, and synthesis of digital integrated circuits; field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs); and design and application of digital integrated circuits using FPGAs.

  • EE 6620L Digital Integrated Circuit Design with PLDs and FPGAs Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Realizations, testing and evaluation of digital integrated circuits with particular emphasis on programmable logic devices.

  • EE 6700 Introduction to MEMS

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course offers an overview of basic sensor technology to provide the engineering student with practical working knowledge of sensors. Course will include basic operating principles, basic electronics and measurement principles.

  • EE 6700L Introduction to MEMS Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Experimental design, realization and testing of MEMS devices with emphasis on sensing applications.

  • EE 6730 Wireless Communication

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course provides an overview on various topics of wireless communication.

  • EE 6730L Wireless Communication Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 6730.

  • EE 6750 Introduction to Radar Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introductory study of the radar equation, antenna patterns, target cross sections and system losses, radar measurements, pulse doppler and coherent techniques, detection probability and signal-to-noise ratio, sidelobe clutter, synthetic arrays, and pulse compression techniques.

  • EE 6800 Graduate Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Graduate special topics in electrical engineering. Topics vary.

  • EE 6800L Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory for EE 6800.

  • EE 6840 Introduction to Machine Learning

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course offers an introduction to the field of probabilistic machine learning. Examples are drawn from sensor signal exploitation, biology, text processing, computer vision, and robotics. Key techniques are demonstrated and implemented in MATLAB.

  • EE 7010 Linear Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Graduate level linear engineering methods in finite and infinite dimensions.

  • EE 7020 Modern Control I

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    State variable representations of continuous and discrete systems.

  • EE 7080 Advanced Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Classical and advanced micro-sensing and actulation methods. Analytical and finite element methods utilized in investigating MEMS with computed results compared to published experimental data findings.

  • EE 7150 Digital Image Processing

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Image representation, sampling/quantization, spatial/frequency concepts, image enhancement, color image theory, unitary image transforms, image data compression, image models, image coding, image restoration, feature extraction and description, and computer implementation of concepts and algorith

  • EE 7160 Multisensor and Information Fusion

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Sensor characteristics, sensor information processing, management, modeling, and coordination. Statistical, Bayesian and Fisher, weighted least-square, dynamic distributed and centralized, rule-based and adaptive sensor fusion. Demptster-Shafer technique. Fusion by Markov random fields.

  • EE 7170 Target Tracking and Data Association

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Multitarget tracking and data association. Linear and nonlinear state estimation. Maneuvering targets. Single target and multitarget tracking in clutter. Joint probabilistic data association filter. Multiple hypothesis and distributed multitarget tracking.

  • EE 7200 Modern Control II

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Analysis and design of digital control systems using the state approach, multirate digital control systems, and digital state observer and microprocessor control. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level EE 7020 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 7260 Autonomous Unmanned Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture
    Lab

    Understand quadrotor dynamics and construct state space models, conduct system identification using least squares, understand LQR theory and apply it for designing state feedback control laws for quadrotor attitude and position control, and understand extended Kalman filter theory and apply it to

  • EE 7270 Adaptive Control

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The goal of this course is to provide a rigorous introduction to the exciting world of adaptive/self-tuning systems and the application of adaptive techniques to control of dynamic systems with parametric uncertainty.

  • EE 7280 Intelligent Control

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The course focuses on providing an introduction to the emerging area of intelligent control methods and their applications to the control and health monitoring of uncertain, complex dynamical systems.

  • EE 7330 Modern Radar Theory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Application of probability and random process to the performance characterization of range/doppler radar. Development of the concepts of resolution, S/N, ambiguity function, and pulse compression, and their applications to radar systems design.

  • EE 7350 Wireless Communication Techniques

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The goal of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the frontier of modern wireless communication technologies.

  • EE 7360 Advanced Wireless Communication Techniques

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Fading Counteraction including ISI mitigation and Adaptive Equaliztion, Diversity, Coding and Interleaving for error correction, Speech Coding, Multiplexing and Multiple Access techniques including TDMA, FDMA, and CDMA; OFDM, CDMA, Wireless Networking, Packet Radio, Wireless LAN's including Bluet

  • EE 7370 Advanced Electronic Warfare

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Understand electronic warfare system architecture, understand and evaluate electronic warfare processing, understand and analyze low probability of intercept signals, perform second order cyclostationary analysis on RF signals, and simulate electronic warfare systems and operations.

  • EE 7400 Information Theory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Development of communication channel model and use of information theory as means of quantifying that model. Investigation of various error correcting and detecting codes.

  • EE 7410 Power Electronics I

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Silicon and silicon carbide power devices; Fast-recovery, ultra-fast-recovery, and p-n junctions and Schottky power diodes; performance parameters; Power MOSFETs and IGBTs; static and dynamice characteristics; voltage and current stress; Pulse-width modulated (PWM) DC-DC power converts: topologi

  • EE 7410L Power Electronics I Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Silicon and silicon-carbide p-n-junction and Schottky power diodes, power MOSFETs, maximum current and breakdown voltage, power stages of PWM converters Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level EE 5310 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 7420 Power Electronics II

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Modeling, linearization, and control of open-loop power stages of PWM DC-DC power converters, voltage-mode and current mode control techniques of PWM power converters, DC and AC, steady-state, and transient performance of open-loop and closed-loop power converters. Department Managed Prerequis

  • EE 7420L Power Electronics II Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Simulation of models of power stages of DC-DC PWM power converts, open-loop performance of power converters, closed loop power converters. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level EE 5310 Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 7430 High Frequency Magnetic Components

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course will cover topics in the area of high-frequency power magnetic components, such as inductors and transformers.

  • EE 7430L High Frequency Magnetic Components Lab

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory exercises related to the fundamental concepts of high-frequency power magnetic components will be covered in this course. Computer simulations of magnetic field, current density, and power loss density distributions due to skin and proximity effects in inductor and

  • EE 7440 RF Power Amplifiers

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The course covers the fundamental theory of radio frequency (RF) power amplifiers and their applications in wireless communications, radars, and radio and TV broadcasting. RF power passive and active devices are discussed.

  • EE 7440L RF Power Amplifiers Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required lab for EE 7440

  • EE 7460 Advanced Electromagnetics Engineering

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Understand the physical and engineering principles of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation and scattering; understand electro-dynamic forms of Maxwell's equations and the associated mathematical models and analysis methods; understand application of Maxwell's equations to engineering probl

  • EE 7470 Electromagnetic Simulation Methods

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Direct solution of Maxwell's differential equations in the time domain using the finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method. Absorbing boundary conditions and waveguide or plane wave excitation methods.

  • EE 7480 Advanced Microwave Engineering

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Concepts and fundamental principles of advanced high speed electronic devices operating at frequencies greater than 1 GHz, including MESFET, HEMT, RF MOSFET, HBT, and carbon electronics.

  • EE 7490 Antenna Theory and Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The course introduces the fundamental principles of antenna theory, covering radiation integrals, auxiliary potential functions, fundamental parameters of antennas, linear wire antennas, loop antennas, antenna arrays, microstrip antennas, and traveling wave antennas.

  • EE 7490L Antenna Theory and Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    0
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 7490.

  • EE 7510 Digital Wideband Receiver Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    The course material is designed at an undergraduate senior or the first year graduate level. In this course digital design techniques applicable to wideband signal detection are discussed. Several digital wideband receiver designs are studied.

  • EE 7510L Digital Wideband Receiver Design Lab

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    New labooratory components using Matlab/Simulink, Xilinx System Generator, Xilinx ISE and FPGA will be developed to engage students in the learning process and give them hands-on examples to connect with the theory aspects.

  • EE 7520 Low Power VLSI System Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    CMOS VLSI subsystems and low-power subsystems design.

  • EE 7520L Low Power VLSI System Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required lab for EE 7520. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 4540 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4540L Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level EE 6540 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 6540L Minimum Grade of D)

  • EE 7530 VLSI Design Synthesis and Optimization

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    VLSI Synthesis and optimization including data path synthesis, glue logic synthesis control-unit synthesis, and resource sharing.

  • EE 7530L VLSI Design Synthesis and Optimization Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 7530. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 4620 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4620L Minimum Grade of D) or (Graduate level EE 6620 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level EE 6620L Minimum Grade of D)

  • EE 7540 VLSI Testing and Design for Testability

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Design for testability of VLSI circuits.

  • EE 7540L VLSI Testing and Design for Testability Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 7540. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 4540 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4540L Minimum Grade of D) or (Graduate level EE 6540 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level EE 6540L Minimum Grade of D)

  • EE 7550 Trust in Integrated Circuit Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    This course will cover topics in "Trust for Integrated Circuit Design." We will explore the problem of Trust at each level of the Integrated Circuit design process, from high level simulation all the way to layout, fabrication, and packaging. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level

  • EE 7560 Advanced Robotics

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Detailed study of the dynamics and control of robotic systems and robot programming languages and systems. Material covered includes rigid-body dynamics; linear, nonlinear, adaptive, and force control of manipulators; and robot programming languages.

  • EE 7560L Advanced Robotics Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required laboratory for EE 7560. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level EE 6560 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level EE 6560L Minimum Grade of D) or (Undergraduate level EE 4560 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4560L Minimum Grade of D)

  • EE 7580 CMOS Mixed Signal IC Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to the techniques, limitations, and problems in the design of CMOS analog integrated circuits.

  • EE 7580L CMOS Mixed Signal IC Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required lab for EE 7580. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level EE 4540 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level EE 4540L Minimum Grade of D) or (Graduate level EE 6540 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level EE 6540L Minimum Grade of D)

  • EE 7590 CMOS Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Introduction to the design of Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits using CMOS technology.

  • EE 7590L CMOS Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Required lab for EE 7590. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level EE 7580 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level EE 7580L Minimum Grade of D

  • EE 7610 Random Processes

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Probability and random variable, distributions and density functions, random processes, strict-sense and wide-sense stationarity, auto-correlation and power spectral density, ergodicity, response of linear systems with stochastic inputs, discrete linear models, and Gaussian processes.

  • EE 7620 Detection, Estimation, and Optimal Filter Theory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Binary detection with single/multiple observations, linear minimum mean-square error filtering: Wiener and Kalman filters, MLE and MAP estimators, histogram, tests of hypotheses, regression analysis, model-free and model-based parameter estimation of random processes. Department Managed Prereq

  • EE 7630 Stochastic Signal Processing

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Processing, techniques for stochastic signals. Parametric and nonparametric spectral estimation.

  • EE 7810 Embedded Systems

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Study special-purpose computing systems. Topics include system architecture, embedded processors, field programmable gate arrays, hardware software co-design, real-time scheduling, and real-time operating systems.

  • EE 7820 Pattern Recognition

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Supervised and unsupervised classification are covered, including feature extraction, feature selection, distance measures, sequential clustering, hierarchical clustering, Bayesian decision theory, parameter estimation, and applications of pattern recognition.

  • EE 7830 Machine Learning

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Reviews the development of machine learning paradigms. Introductory topics include parameter adjustment methods, signature tables, and the application of genetic algorithms to artificial intelligence problems domains.

  • EE 7840 Computer Vision

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    3
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Algorithms for low- and mid-level vision, including noise filtering, edge detection, image segmentation, texture analysis, feature extraction, stereo depth perception, camera calibration, 3-D reconstruction, shape from shading.

  • EE 7900 Independent Study in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 12
    Schedule Type: 
    Independent Study

    Individual studies in advanced engineering topics. Titles vary.

  • EE 7910 Full-Time CPT in EE

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Internship

    Practical work experience in graduate level electrical engineering.

  • EE 7920 Part-Time CPT in EE

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Internship

    Practical work experience in graduate level electrical engineering.

  • EE 7990 Thesis

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 12
    Schedule Type: 
    Independent Study

    Graded pass/unsatisfactory.

  • EE 8000 Selected Topics in Electrical Engineering

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 4
    Schedule Type: 
    Lecture

    Recent developments in Electrical Engineering and related fields. Titles vary.

  • EE 8000L Select Topics in Electrical Engineering Laboratory

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1
    Schedule Type: 
    Lab

    Laboratory for EE 8000.

  • EE 8990 PhD Dissertation

    Level: 
    Graduate
    Credit Hours: 
    1 to 12
    Schedule Type: 
    Independent Study

    Research on the Ph.D. dissertation topic. Graded pass/unsatisfactory.