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									ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ESE) - COURSES                                                                                                    Spring 2012

                                                   3 credits                                          Kirchoff's Laws, Ohm's Law, nodal
ESE                                                ESE 211: Electronics Laboratory A
                                                                                                      and mesh analysis for electric circuits,
                                                                                                      capacitors, inductors, and steady-state AC;
Electrical Engineering                             Introduction to the measurement of electrical      transient analysis using Laplace Transform.
                                                   quantities; instrumentation; basic circuits, their Fundamentals of AC power, coupled inductors,
ESE 123: Introduction to Electrical and            operation and applications; electronic devices; and two-ports.
Computer Engineering                               amplifiers, oscillators, power supplies, wave-     Prerequisites: AMS 161 or MAT 127 or 132 or
Introduces basic electrical and computer           shaping circuits, and basic switching circuits.    142 or 171; PHY 127 or 132/134 or 142
engineering concepts in a dual approach            Prerequisite: ESE 271
that includes: laboratories for hands-on                                                              4 credits
                                                   Corequisite: ESE 372
wired and computer simulation experiments                                                             ESE 290: Transitional Study
in analog and logic circuits, and lectures         2 credits
providing concepts and theory relevant to the                                                         A vehicle used for transfer students to remedy
                                                   ESE 218: Digital Systems Design                    discrepancies between a Stony Brook course
laboratories. Emphasizes physical insight and
applications rather than theory.                   Develops methods of analysis and design of         and a course taken at another institution. For
                                                   both combinational and sequential systems          example, it allows the student to take the
Pre- or Corequisites: AMS 151 or MAT 125 or
                                                   regarding digital circuits as functional blocks. laboratory portion of a course for which he or
131 or 141; PHY 125 or 131 or 141                                                                     she has had the theoretical portion elsewhere.
                                                   Utilizes demonstrations and laboratory
4 credits                                          projects consisting of building hardware on        Open elective credit only.
                                                   breadboards and simulation of design using         Prerequisite: Permission of department
ESE 124: Computer Techniques for                   CAD tools. Topics include: number systems
Electronic Design I                                                                                   1-3 credits
                                                   and codes; switching algebra and switching
An extensive introduction to problem solving       functions; standard combinational modules          ESE 300: Technical Communication for
in electrical engineering using the ANSI C         and arithmetic circuits; realization of switching Electrical and Computer Engineers
language. Topics covered include data types,       functions; latches and flip-flops; standard
operations, control flow, functions, data files,                                                      Topics include how technical writing differ
                                                   sequential modules; memory, combinational,
numerical techniques, pointers, structures,                                                           from other forms of writing, the components
                                                   and sequential PLDs and their applications;
and bit operations. Students gain experience                                                          of technical writing, technical style, report
                                                   design of system controllers.
in applying the C language to the solution of                                                         writing, technical definitions, proposal writing,
                                                   Prerequisite or Corequisite: PHY 127 or            writing by group or team, instructions and
a variety of electrical engineering problems,      132/134 or 142 or ESE 124
based on concepts developed in ESE 123.                                                               manuals, transmittal letters, memoranda,
Knowledge of C at the level presented in this      4 credits                                          abstracts and summaries, proper methods of
course is expected of all electrical engineering                                                      documentation, presentations and briefings,
                                                   ESE 224: Computer Techniques for                   and analysis of published engineering writing.
students in subsequent courses in the major.
                                                   Electronic Design II                               Also covered are the writing of resumes and
Pre- or Corequisites: AMS 151 or MAT 125 or                                                           cover letters.
                                                   Introduces C++ programming language for
131 or 141; ESE 123 or equivalent
                                                   problem solving in electrical and computer         Prerequisite: WRT 102; ESE or ECE major,
3 credits                                          engineering. Topics include C++ structures,        U3 standing;
                                                   classes, abstract data types, and code reuse.      Pre- or Corequisite: ESE 314 or 324 or 380 or
ESE 201: Engineering and Technology                Basic object-oriented programming concepts         382
Entrepreneurship                                   as well as fundamental topics of discrete
The purpose of this course is to bridge the                                                           3 credits
                                                   mathematics and algorithms are introduced.
gap between technical competence and               Prerequisite: ESE 124                              ESE 301 - H: Engineering Ethics and
entrepreneurial proficiency. Students are                                                             Societal Impact
not expected to have any formal business           3 credits
background, but have some background                                                                  The study of ethical issues facing engineers
                                                   ESE 231: Introduction to                           and engineering related organizations and
in a technical field. These fields can range
                                                   Semiconductor Devices                              the societal impact of technology. Decisions
from the engineering disciplines to computer
science, and from biology and chemistry to         The principles of semiconductor devices.           involving moral conduct, character, ideals
medicine. Accordingly, the course will provide     Energy bands, transport properties and             and relationships of people and organizations
the necessary exposure to the fundamentals         generation recombination phenomena in bulk         involved in technology. the interaction of
of business, while minimizing the use of           semiconductors are covered first, followed by      engineers, their technology, the society and the
business school jargon. Entrepreneurship is        junctions between semiconductors and metal-        environment is examined using case studies.
considered as a manageable process built           semiconductor. The principles of operation of      Prerequisites: U3 or U4 standing, one D.E.C.
around innovativeness, risk-taking and             diodes, transistors, light detectors, and light    category E course
proactiveness. The course focuses on ventures      emitting devices based on an understanding
                                                                                                      3 credits
where the business concept is built around         of the character of physical phenomena in
either a significant technical advance in an       semiconductors. Provides background for    ESE 304: Applications of Operational
operational process, or in the application of      subsequent courses in electronics.         Amplifiers
technology to create a new product or service.     Prerequisites: AMS 361 or MAT 303; PHY 127 Design of electronic instrumentation: structure
Prerequisite: BME 100 or CME 101 or ESG            or 132/134 or 142                          of basic measurement systems, transducers,
100 or ESE 123 or MEC 101 or EST 192 or            3 credits                                  analysis and characteristics of operational
EST 194 or EST 202 or LSE 320                                                                 amplifiers, analog signal conditioning with
                                                   ESE 271: Electrical Circuit Analysis I
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operational amplifiers, sampling, multiplexing,   372. Emphasis is given to design solutions          pressure, position, flow, capacitive, magnetic,
A/D and D/A conversion; digital signal            more relevant to integrated rather than to          optical, and bioelectric sensors. Established as
conditioning, data input and display, and         discreet element electronics. Field effect          well as novel sensor technologies as well as
automated measurement systems. Application        transistors are given special attention due         problems of interfacing various sensors with
of measurement systems to pollution and           to their importance in contemporary analog          electronics are discussed.
to biomedical and industrial monitoring is        and digital IC. Frequency responses of              Prerequisite: ESE 372
considered.                                       the basic amplifiers and active filters are
                                                                                                      3 credits
Prerequisite: ESE 372                             analyzed. Internal structure and fundamental
                                                  performance limitations of digital inverter and     ESE 330: Integrated Electronics
3 credits
                                                  other gates are studied.
                                                                                                      An overview of the design and fabrication
ESE 305: Deterministic Signals and                Prerequisites: ESE 211 and 372                      of integrated circuits. Topics include gate-
Systems                                           3 credits                                           level and transistor-level design; fabrication
Introduction to signals and systems.                                                                  material and processes; layout of circuits;
Manipulation of simple analog and digital         ESE 315: Control System Design                      automated design tools. This material is
signals. Relationship between frequencies of      Analysis and design of linear control systems.      directly applicable to industrial IC design
analog signals and their sampled sequences.       Control components, development of block            and provides a strong background for more
Sampling theorem. Concepts of linearity, time-    diagrams. Computer simulation of control            advanced courses.
invariance, causality in systems. Convolution     systems and op-amp circuit implementation           Prerequisite: ESE 372
integral and summation; FIR and IIR digital       of compensators. Physical constraints in the
                                                                                                      3 credits
filters. Differential and difference equations.   design. Pole-placement and model matching
Laplace transform, Z-transform, Fourier series    design using linear algebraic method. Selection     ESE 333: Real-Time Operating Systems
and Fourier transform. Stability, frequency       of models using computer simulation and
                                                                                                      Introduces basic concepts and principles of
response and filtering. Provides general          quadratic optimal method. Root-locus method
                                                                                                      real-time operating systems. Topics include
background for subsequent courses in control,     and Bode plot method. Use of PID controllers
                                                                                                      structure, multiple processes, interprocess
communication, electronics, and digital signal    in practice.
                                                                                                      communication, real-time process scheduling,
processing.                                       Prerequisite: ESE 271                               memory management, virtual memory, file
Pre- or Corequisite: ESE 271                      3 credits                                           system design, security, protection, and
3 credits                                                                                             programming environments for real-time
                                                  ESE 319: Electromagnetics and                       systems.
ESE 306: Random Signals and Systems               Transmission Line Theory
                                                                                                      Prerequisites: ESE 124; CSE 214; ESE 380 or
Random experiments and events; random             Fundamental aspects of electromagnetics wave        CSE 220
variables, probability distribution and density   propagation and radiation, with application
                                                                                                      3 credits
functions, continuous and discrete random         to the design of high speed digital circuits
processes; Binomial, Bernoulli, Poisson,          and communications systems. Topics                  ESE 337: Digital Signal Processing:
and Gaussian processes; system reliability;       include: solutions of Maxwell's equations           Theory
Markov chains; elements of queuing theory;        for characterization of EM wave propagation
                                                                                                      Introduces digital signal processing theory
detection of signals in noise; estimation of      in unbounded and lossy media; radiation of
                                                                                                      sequences, discrete-time convolution,
signal parameters; properties and application     EM energy; guided wave propagation with
                                                                                                      difference equations, sampling and
of auto-correlation and cross-correlation         emphasis on transmission lines theory.
                                                                                                      reconstruction of signals, one- and two-
functions; power spectral density; response of    Prerequisite: ESE 271                               sided Z-transforms, transfer functions, and
linear systems to random inputs.
                                                  3 credits                                           frequency response. Design of FIR and IIR
Pre- or Corequisite: ESE 305                                                                          filters. Discrete and fast Fourier transforms and
4 credits                                         ESE 324: Electronics Laboratory C                   applications.
                                                  Illustrates and expands upon advanced               Prerequisite: ESE 305
ESE 311: Analog Integrated Circuits               concepts presented in ESE 372. Experiments
                                                                                                      3 credits
Engineering design concepts applied to            include analog circuits such as oscillators,
electronic circuits. Basic network concepts,      voltage regulators; mixed -signal circuits such     ESE 340: Basic Communication Theory
computational analysis and design techniques:     as data converters, phase - locked loops, and
                                                                                                      Basic concepts in both analog and digital
models of electronic devices; biasing and         several experiments emphasizing the analog
                                                                                                      data communications; signals, spectra, and
compensation methods; amplifiers and filters      design issues in digital circuits. Laboratory fee
                                                                                                      linear networks; Fourier transforms, energy
designed by conventional and computer-aided       required.
                                                                                                      and power spectra, and filtering; AM, FM,
techniques.                                       Prerequisites: ESE or ECE major; U3                 and PM; time and frequency multiplexing;
Prerequisite: ESE 372                             standing; ESE 211 and 372                           discussion of problems encountered in
3 credits                                         2 credits                                           practice; noise and bandwidth considerations;
                                                                                                      pulse modulation schemes.
ESE 314: Electronics Laboratory B                 ESE 325: Modern Sensors
                                                                                                      Prerequisites: ESE 305 and 306
Laboratory course on design and operation         The course focuses on the underlying
                                                                                                      3 credits
of basic building blocks of electronics. The      physics principles, design, and practical
course is coordinated with, and illustrates and   implementation of sensors and transducers           ESE 341: Introduction to Wireless and
expands upon, concepts presented in ESE           including piezoelectric, acoustic, inertial,        Cellular Communication

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Basic concepts of wireless cellular                Pre- or corequisite for ESE and ECE majors:        Introduces fundamental concepts, algorithms,
communications, radio frequency, spectrum          ESE 306                                            and computational techniques in visual
reuse, radio channel characterization, path loss   Pre- or corequisite for CSE majors: AMS 310        information processing. Covers image
and fading, multiple access techniques, spread     or 311                                             formation, image sensing, binary image
spectrum systems, channel coding, specific         3 credits                                          analysis, image segmentation, Fourier image
examples of cellular communication systems.                                                           analysis, edge detection, reflectance map,
Prerequisite: ESE 340                              ESE 347: Digital Signal Processing:                photometric stereo, basic photogrammetry,
                                                   Implementation                                     stereo, pattern classification, extended
3 credits
                                                   Fundamental techniques for implementing            Gaussian images, and the study of human
ESE 342: Digital Communications                    standard signal-processing algorithms on           visual system from an information processing
Systems                                            dedicated digital signal-processing chips.         point of view.
Pulse modulation and sampling. All-digital         Includes a review of discrete-time systems,        Prerequisites for ESE and ECE majors: ESE
networks. Pulse code modulation. Digital           sampling and reconstruction, FIR and IIR           305; ESE 224 or CSE 230
modulation techniques. Time-division               filter design, FFT, architecture and assembly      Prerequisites for CSE majors: CSE 214 and
muliplexing. Baseband signaling. Intersymbol       language of a basic signal processing chip, and    220
interference. Equalization. Basic error control    an introduction to adaptive filtering.             3 credits
coding. Exchange of reliability for rate. ARQ      Prerequisites: ESE 337, or ESE 305 and 380
schemes. Message and circuit switching.                                                               ESE 360: Network Security Engineering
                                                   4 credits
Prerequisite: ESE 340                                                                                 An introduction to computer network
                                                   ESE 350: Electrical Power Systems                  and telecommunication network security
3 credits
                                                   Fundamental engineering theory for the             engineering. Special emphasis on building
ESE 344: Software Techniques for                   design and operation of an electric power          security into hardware and hardware working
Engineers                                          system. Modern aspects of generation,              with software. Topics include encryption,
                                                   transmission, and distribution are considered      public key cryptography, authentication,
Trains students to use computer systems to
                                                   with appropriate inspection trips to examine       intrusion detection, digital rights management,
solve engineering problems. Includes C/C++
                                                   examples of these facilities. The relationship     firewalls, trusted computing, encrypted
programming languages, UNIX programming
                                                   between the facilities and their influence on      computing, intruders and viruses. Not for
environment, basic data structures and
                                                   our environment is reviewed. Topics include        credit in addition to CSE 408.
algorithms, and object oriented programming.
                                                   power system fundamentals, characteristics         Prerequisite: ESE/CSE 346 or CSE/ISE 310
Prerequisites: ESE 218; CSE 230 or ESE 224
                                                   of transmission lines, generalized circuit         3 credits
3 credits                                          constants, transformers, control of power flow
                                                   and of voltage, per unit system of computation,    ESE 363: Fiber Optic Communications
ESE 345: Computer Architecture                     system stability, and extra-high voltage AC        Design of single and multi-wavelength fiber
Starts with functional components at the           and DC transmission.                               optic communications systems. Topics include
level of registers, buses, arithmetic, and
                                                   Prerequisite: ESE 271                              analysis of optical fibers, optical transmitters
memory chips, and then uses a register
                                                   3 credits                                          and receiver design, optical link design, single-
transfer language to manipulate these in
                                                                                                      wavelength fiber optic networks with analysis
the design of hardware systems up to the
                                                   ESE 352: Electromechanical Energy                  of FDDI and SONET/SDH, and wavelength
level of complete computers. Specific topics
                                                   Converters                                         division multiplexing.
included are microprogrammed control, user-
level instruction sets, I/O systems and device     Basic principles of energy conversion; DC,         Prerequisite: ESE 372
interfaces, control of memory hierarchies, and     induction, and synchronous rotary converters;      4 credits
parallel processing organizations.                 the three-phase system and symmetrical
                                                   components; the relationships between              ESE 366: Design using Programmable
Prerequisites for CSE majors: CSE 220 and
                                                   voltage, current, flux, and m.m.f.; equivalent     Mixed-Signal Systems-on-Chip
ESE 218
                                                   circuits and operating characteristics of rotary   This course focuses on development of
Prerequisite for ESE and ECE majors: ESE
                                                   converters; and analysis of saturation effects.    mixed-signal embedded applications that
                                                   Prerequisite: ESE 372                              utilize systems on chip (SoC) technology.
3 credits
                                                   3 credits                                          The course discusses design issues such as:
ESE 346: Computer Communications                                                                      implementation of functionality; realizing
                                                   ESE 355: VLSI System Design                        new interfacing capabilities; and improving
Basic principles of computer communications.
                                                   Introduces techniques and tools for scalable       performance through programming the
Introduction to performance evaluation of
                                                   VLSI design and analysis. Emphasis is on           embedded microcontroller and customizing the
protocols. Protocols covered include those for
                                                   physical design and on performance analysis.       reconfigurable analog and digital hardware of
local, metropolitan, and wide area networks.
                                                   Includes extensive laboratory experiments and      SoC.
Introduction to routing, high speed packet
switching, circuit switching, and optical          hands-on use of CAD tools.                         Prerequisites: ESE 380 and ESE 372; ESE 224
data transport. Other topics include TCP/IP,       Prerequisite: ESE 218                              or CSE 230
Internet, web server design, network security,     4 credits                                          4 credits
and grid computing. Not for credit in addition
to CSE/ISE 310.This course is offered as both      ESE 358: Computer Vision                           ESE 372: Electronics
CSE 346 and ESE 346.

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The pertinent elements of solid-state physics       conversion, multi-module and multi-language        Students assist the faculty in teaching by
and circuit theory are reviewed and applied         systems. The interface between high-level          conducting recitation or laboratory sections
to the study of electronic devices and circuits,    language and assembly language is covered. A       that supplement a lecture course. The student
including junction diodes, transistors, and         complete system is designed and prototyped in      receives regularly scheduled supervision from
gate and electronic switches; large- and            the laboratory.                                    the faculty instructor. May be used as an open
small-signal analysis of amplifiers; amplifier      Prerequisites: ESE 271 and 380                     elective only and repeated once.
frequency response; and rectifiers and wave-                                                           Prerequisites: U4 standing; a minimum g.p.a.
                                                    4 credits
shaping circuits.                                                                                      of 3.00 in all Stony Brook courses, and a
Prerequisite: ESE 271                               ESE 382: Digital Design Using VHDL                 grade of B or better in the course in which the
Corequisite for ESE and ECE majors: ESE             and PLDs                                           student is to assist; permission of department.
211                                                 Digital system design using the hardware           3 credits
4 credits                                           description language VHDL and system
                                                    implementation using complex programmable          ESE 476: Instructional Laboratory
ESE 373: RF Electronics for Wireless                logic devices (CPLDs) and field programmable       Development Practicum
Communications                                      gate arrays (FPGAs). Topics include design         Students work closely with a faculty advisor
Introduces basic concepts and key circuits          methodology, VHDL syntax, entities,                and staff in developing new laboratory
of radio-frequency systems. Taught within           architectures, testbenches, subprograms,           experiments for scheduled laboratory courses
the design and construction of a transceiver        packages, and libraries. Architecture and          in electrical and computer engineering. A
for wireless communications, the course             characteristics of PLDs and FPGAs are              comprehensive technical report and the
covers fundamental principles which apply           studied. Laboratory work involves writing          instructional materials developed must be
to all radio devices. Essential theoretical         the VHDL descriptions and testbenches              submitted at the end of the course. May be
background, with additional emphasis on             for designs, compiling, and functionally           used as a technical elective for electrical and
practical implementation using commercially-        stimulating the designs, fitting and timing        computer engineering majors. May be repeated
available integrated circuits for double-           simulation of the fitted designs, and              as an open elective.
balanced mixers, oscillators, and audio power       programming the designs into a CPLD or             Prerequisites: U4 standing; minimum
amplifiers. Basic components and circuits; key      FPGA and bench testing.                            cumulative g.p.a. of 3.0 and minimum grade
elements of radio electronics, including filters,   Prerequisite: ESE 218                              of A- in the course for which the students will
matching networks, amplifiers, oscillators,                                                            develop material; permission of department
                                                    4 credits
mixers, modulators, detectors, and antennae.                                                           and instructor
Computer simulation via Pspice and Puff is          ESE 440: Engineering Design I                      3 credits
emphasized as an integral part of the design
                                                    Lectures by faculty and visitors on typical
process.                                                                                               ESE 488: Internship in Electrical/
                                                    design problems encountered in engineering
Prerequisite: ESE 372                               practice. During this semester each student will   Computer Engineering
3 credits                                           choose a senior design project for Engineering     An independent off-campus engineering
                                                    Design II. The project incorporates appropriate    project with faculty supervision. May be
ESE 380: Embedded Microprocessor                    engineering standards and multiple realistic       repeated but only three credits of internship
Systems Design I                                    constraints. A preliminary design report is        electives may be counted toward the non-ESE
Fundamental concepts and techniques for             required. Not counted as a technical elective.     technical elective requirement.
designing electronic systems that contain           Laboratory fee required.                           Prerequisites: ECE or ESE major; U3 or
a microprocessor or microcontroller as a            Prerequisites: ESE or ECE major, U4                U4 standing; 3.00 g.p.a. minimum in all
key component. Topics include system                standing; two ESE technical electives              engineering courses; permission of department
level architecture, microprocessors, ROM,           (excluding ESE 390 and 499); ESE 300.              3 credits
RAM, I/O subsystems, address decoding,              Students may need additional prerequisites
PLDs and programmable peripheral ICs,               depending on the design project undertaken.        ESE 499: Research in Electrical
assembly language programming and                                                                      Sciences
                                                    3 credits
debugging. Hardware-software trade-offs in
                                                                                                       An independent research project with faculty
implementation of functions are considered.         ESE 441: Engineering Design II                     supervision. Permission to register requires a
Hardware and software design are emphasized
                                                    Student groups carry out the detailed design       3.00 g.p.a. in all engineering courses and the
equally. Laboratory work involves design,
                                                    of the senior projects chosen during the first     agreement of a faculty member to supervise
implementation, and testing of microprocessor
                                                    semester. The project incorporates appropriate     the research. May be repeated but only three
controlled circuits.
                                                    engineering standards and multiple realistic       credits of research electives (AMS 487, BME
Prerequisite: ESE 218                               constraints. A comprehensive technical report      499, CSE 487, MEC 499, ESM 499, EST 499,
4 credits                                           of the project and an oral presentation are        ISE 487) may be counted toward non-ESE
                                                    required. Not counted as a technical elective.     technical elective requirements.
ESE 381: Embedded Microprocessor                    Laboratory fee required.                           Requirements: U4 standing, 3.00 g.p.a.
Systems Design II
                                                    Prerequisite: ESE 440                              minimum in all engineering courses,
A continuation of ESE 380. The entire system                                                           permission of department
                                                    3 credits
design cycle, including requirements definition
                                                                                                       0-3 credits
and system specifications, is covered.              ESE 475: Undergraduate Teaching
Topics include real-time requirements,              Practicum
timing, interrupt driven systems, analog data

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