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									Educational Administration —EAD


963      Leadership in Postsecondary Education           990     Independent Study                                   202     Circuits and Systems II
         Spring. 3(3-0)                                          Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-                Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 201)
Leadership as a complex social phenomenon in                     dent may earn a maximum of 15 credits in                    and (MTH 235 or concurrently or LBS 119
higher, adult, and lifelong educational settings.                all enrollments for this course.                            or concurrently or MTH 255H or concur-
Interdisciplinary theories of leadership as applied to   Advanced individual study in an area of K-12 ad-                    rently) SA: ECE 360
postsecondary education.                                 ministration or higher, adult, and lifelong education.      Sinusoidal steady-state response. Laplace trans-
                                                                                                                     forms. S-Domain circuit analysis. Frequency re-
965      Diversity and Equity in Postsecondary           991A    Special Topics in K-12 Administration               sponse. Fourier series. Mutual inductance. Power in
         Education                                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) A student may          sinusoidal steady state.
         Fall. 3(3-0)                                            earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enroll-
Promise, challenge, and management of diversity                  ments for this course.
and equity in higher education. Analysis of data and     Special topics in K-12 administration.                      230     Digital Logic Fundamentals
policy. Management responses and strategies.                                                                                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (CSE 131 or
                                                         991B    Special Topics in Higher, Adult, and                        CSE 231) SA: ECE 330
966      Students in Postsecondary Education                     Lifelong Education                                  Binary information. Switching algebra, combinational
         Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to doctoral stu-            Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) A student may          logic, minimization. Programmable logic devices.
         dents in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong                earn a maximum of 15 credits in all enroll-         Sequential system fundamentals and state ma-
         Education major.                                        ments for this course.                              chines. Arithmetic operations and circuits. Memory
Research and theoretical foundations concerning          Special topics in the field of higher, adult and lifelong   elements and systems. Design tools. Design prob-
traditional and non-traditional college students.        education.                                                  lems.
Literature from diverse fields such as higher educa-
tion, adult learning, and multicultural education.       994      Laboratory and Field Experience in
Psychosocial and cognitive development of college                 Educational Administration                         280     Electrical Engineering Analysis
students, learning and development across the life-               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu-               Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (MTH 234) and (ECE
span, experiences of diverse populations, impact of               dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all                201 or concurrently)
collegiate environments and structures on students.               enrollments for this course. R: Open only to       Application of linear algebra, complex numbers,
                                                                  doctoral students.                                 vectors, probability, and random processes to ele-
967     Policy Development and Analysis in               Supervised advanced graduate practica, observa-             mentary problems in electrical and computer engi-
        Postsecondary Education                          tions, internships, or externships in K-12 administra-      neering. Application to signals, systems, noise,
        Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to doctoral stu-       tion and in higher, adult, and lifelong education.          electromagnetics, and reliability. Modeling using
        dents in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong                                                                     standard software packages.
        Education major.                                 995     Research Practicum in Educational
Higher education policy issues, policy-related re-               Administration
search and development approaches.                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-        291     Circuits and Systems
                                                                 dent may earn a maximum of 3 credits in all                 Fall, Spring. 2(2-0) P: (MTH 235 or concur-
968     Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in                    enrollments for this course. R: Open only to                rently and LBS 119 or concurrently and
        Postsecondary Education                                  doctoral students in the College of Educa-                  MTH 255H or concurrently) R: Approval of
        Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to doctoral stu-             tion. Approval of department.                               department. SA: ECE 360
        dents in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong         Supervised research practicum. Design, execution,           Sinusoidal steady-state response. Laplace trans-
        Education major.                                 analysis, presentation, critique, and revision of           forms. S-Domain circuits analysis. Fourier series.
Theories and current issues about teaching, learn-       research projects.
ing, and curriculum in postsecondary education.
Topics include learning contexts, learners, teachers,    999    Doctoral Dissertation Research                       302     Electronic Circuits
the learning process, curriculum.                               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A                     Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 202) R: Open
                                                                student may earn a maximum of 100 credits                    only to students in the Department of Elec-
                                                                in all enrollments for this course. R: Open                  trical and Computer Engineering or Depart-
969     Pedagogical Issues in Postsecondary                     only to doctoral students in the Department                  ment of Computer Science and Engineering.
        Education                                               of Educational Administration.                               SA: EE 302
        Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to doctoral stu-       Doctoral dissertation research.                             Volt-ampere characteristics of diodes and transis-
        dents in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong                                                                     tors. Modeling using SPICE software. Differential,
        Education major.                                                                                             multistage, and integrated circuit amplifiers. High
Theories of learning for teaching adults in postsec-                                                                 frequency effects.
ondary contexts. Transformative pedagogy, socio-
cultural dimensions of teaching and learning,
teacher formation and development, learning within                                                                   303     Electronics Laboratory
technologically mediated environments. Authentic                                                                             Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) P: (ECE 202) and (ECE
approaches to assessing teaching and learning.                                                                               302 or concurrently) R: Open only to stu-
                                                         ELECTRICAL                                     ECE                  dents in the Department of Electrical and
                                                                                                                             Computer Engineering or Department of
970      Organization and Administration in              AND COMPUTER                                                        Computer Science and Engineering. SA: EE
         Postsecondary Education                                                                                             303
         Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to doctoral stu-      ENGINEERING                                                 Electronic test equipment and measurement funda-
         dents in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong                                                                    mentals.
         Education major. SA: EAD 970A
Principles and patterns of organization and govern-      Department of Electrical and
ance characteristic of colleges and universities.            Computer Engineering                                    305     Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I
Administrative, trustee, faculty, and student roles.     College of Engineering                                              Fall, Spring, Summer. 4(4-0) P: (MTH 235
                                                                                                                             or concurrently or LBS 119 or concurrently
                                                         201      Circuits and Systems I                                     or MTH 255H or concurrently) and (PHY
971      Planning, Evaluation, and Decision                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (CSE 131 or                184 or PHY 184B or PHY 234B) R: Open
         Making in Postsecondary Education                        concurrently or CSE 231 or concurrently)                   only to students in the Department of Elec-
         Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to              and (MTH 234 or concurrently or MTH 254H                   trical and Computer Engineering. SA: EE
         doctoral students in the Higher, Adult, and              or concurrently or LBS 119 or concurrently)                305
         Lifelong Education major. SA: EAD 971B                   SA: ECE 200                                        Transient and time-harmonic transmission lines.
Concepts, theories and models of planning, evalua-       Resistive circuits. Loop and modal analysis. Network        Smith charts. Two-port networks. Maxwell's equa-
tion, and decision making in the leadership and          theorems, dependent sources. Capacitor and induc-           tions. Force, energy, and power. Plane electromag-
management of postsecondary institutions. Applica-       tor circuits. Transient analysis. Introduction to com-      netic waves. Guided waves.
tion to and usefulness for addressing complex prob-      puter-aided design.
lems facing institutions of postsecondary education.




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313      Control Systems                                410       VLSI Design                                       458     Communication Systems Laboratory
         Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 202 or ECE                  Fall, Spring. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 302 and ECE                  Spring. 1(0-3) P: (ECE 303 and ECE 457 or
         345) R: Open only to juniors or seniors or               303 and ECE 230) R: Open only to juniors                  concurrently) SA: EE 458
         graduate students in the Department of                   or seniors or graduate students in the De-        A projects laboratory in communication systems.
         Electrical and Computer Engineering and                  partment of Electrical and Computer Engi-
         Department of Computer Science and Engi-                 neering or Department of Computer Science
         neering. SA: EE 413, ECE 413                             and Engineering. SA: EE 410                       466       Digital Signal Processing and Filter
Analysis and design of control systems using trans-     Digital integrated circuit design fundamentals. De-                   Design
fer functions and state variable methods.               sign specifications: functionality, performance, reli-                Fall. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 366) R: Open only to
                                                        ability, manufacturability, testability, cost. Standards,             seniors or graduate students in the Depart-
320    Energy Conversion and Power                      silicon compilers, foundries. Design layout rules, rule               ment of Electrical and Computer Engineer-
       Electronics                                      checking. Circuit extraction, simulation, verification.               ing. SA: EE 466
       Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 302 and ECE         Team-based design.                                          Discrete Fourier transforms, sampling theorem,
       303 and ECE 305) SA: EE 320                                                                                  circular convolution, Z-transforms. Design of infinite
Power and energy. Magnetics and transformers.           411     Electronic Design Automation                        impulse resistance filters using prototypes and
Elementary and induction machines. Power semi-                  Fall, Spring. 4(3-3) P: (CSE 320 or ECE             algorithmic methods. Design of finite impulse resis-
conductors. Controlled rectifiers and inverters.                331) R: Open only to juniors or seniors or          tance filters by windowing, frequency sampling.
Power supplies and motor drives.                                graduate students in the Department of
                                                                Electrical and Computer Engineering or De-
331      Microprocessors and Digital Systems                    partment of Computer Science and Engi-              474     Principles of Electronic Devices
         Fall, Spring. 4(3-3) P: (CSE 231 and ECE               neering. SA: EE 411                                         Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 302 and ECE
         230) R: Open only to juniors or seniors or     Electronic circuit design hierarchy and the role of                 305) SA: EE 474
         graduate students in the Department of         methodology. Application specific integrated circuits.      Energy levels in atoms. Crystal properties, energy
         Electrical and Computer Engineering. SA:       Hardware description languages. Behavioral and              bands and charge carriers, semiconductors, trans-
         EE 331                                         structural circuit modeling. Design algorithms and          port properties of bulk materials. P-n junction di-
Microcomputers. Microprocessor architecture. Ad-        design tools. Design projects.                              odes, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors.
dressing modes. Assembly language programming.
Parallel and serial input and output. Interfacing.      415     Computer Aided Manufacturing
Interrupts. Peripheral device controllers. Applica-             Fall. 3(2-3) P: (ECE 313 or ME 451) R:              476     Electro-Optics
tions, design.                                                  Open only to juniors or seniors in the Manu-                Fall, Summer. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 302 and ECE
                                                                facturing Engineering major. SA: EE 415                     303 and ECE 305) R: Open only to juniors
345      Electronic Instrumentation and Systems         CAD/CAM fundamentals, programmable controllers,                     or seniors or graduate students in the Elec-
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(2-3) P: (MTH 235       numerical control, NC part programming, sensors,                    trical Engineering major and juniors or sen-
         or MTH 255H or LBS 119) and (PHY 184 or        data acquisition systems.                                           iors in the Computer Engineering major. SA:
         PHY 184B or PHY 234B) and completion of                                                                            EE 476
         Tier I writing requirement. R: Open only to    418     Algorithms of Circuit Design                        Operational theory, characteristics and applications
         students in the College of Engineering with            Fall. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 302 and ECE 303 and            of optical components, light emitting diodes, lasers,
         the exception of students in the Department            ECE 366) R: Open only to juniors or seniors         laser diodes, photodetectors, photovoltaics, fiber
         of Electrical and Computer Engineering. SA:            or graduate students in the Department of           optics, optical modulators and non-linear optical
         EE 345                                                 Electrical and Computer Engineering. SA:            devices.
Electrical and electronic components, circuits and              EE 418
instruments. Circuit laws and applications, frequency   Design of analog electrical circuits, filter functions,
response, operational amplifiers, semi-conductor        ladder synthesis, inductor simulation. Vector New-          477     Microelectronic Fabrication
devices, digital logic, counting circuits.              ton-Raphson method. Lossy inductance and capaci-                    Fall. 3(2-3) P: (ECE 474 or concurrently) R:
                                                        tance. Statistical tolerance analysis. Optimization by              Open only to juniors or seniors in the De-
366      Introduction to Signal Processing              multi-dimensional search. Software algorithms.                      partment of Electrical and Computer Engi-
         Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 202) R:                                                                             neering. SA: ECE 483
         Open only to students in the Department of     420     Machines and Power Laboratory                       Microelectronic processing fundamentals and simu-
         Electrical and Computer Engineering. SA:               Spring. 1(3-0) P: (ECE 320 or concurrently          lations. Comparison of current microfabrication
         ECE 360                                                or ECE 423 or concurrently) R: Open only to         technologies and their limitations.
Continuous- and discrete-time signal analysis fun-              juniors or seniors in the Department of Elec-
damental to modern signal processing and commu-                 trical and Computer Engineering.
nications technologies. Fourier and spectral analysis   Experimental investigation of machines, power               480      Senior Design
of signals. Elementary modulation techniques. Filter-   electronics and power systems. Experimental verifi-                  Fall, Spring. 5(3-6) P: (ECE 303 and ECE
ing and channel models. The z-transform. Introduc-      cation of material found in introductory courses on                  313 and ECE 320 and ECE 331 and ECE
tion to random processes and noise in discrete time.    energy conversion with extension to power electron-                  366) or (CSE 410 and CSE 420) and com-
Application examples.                                   ics and power systems.                                               pletion of Tier I writing requirement. R: Open
                                                        423     Power System Analysis                                        only to seniors in the Department of Electri-
405     Electromagnetic Fields and Waves II                     Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 320) R: Open only to                  cal and Computer Engineering. SA: ECE
        Fall. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 305) R: Open only to               juniors or seniors in the Department of Elec-                481, ECE 482, ECE 483
        juniors or seniors or graduate students in              trical and Computer Engineering. SA: ECE            Electrical engineering and computer engineering
        the Electrical Engineering major and to jun-            421                                                 senior design experience involving contemporary
        iors or seniors in the Computer Engineering     Synchronous machines. Models and measurements               design tools and practices, engineering standards,
        major. SA: ECE 435                              of power components. Symmetrical components.                ethics, cross-functional teaming, oral and written
Microwave networks. Scattering parameters. Solu-        Short-circuit analysis and equipment protection.            technical communication, lifelong learning.
tions to Coulomb's law, Gauss' Law and the wave         Load flow. Voltage and frequency control. Operation
equation. Planar transmission lines. Antennas.          and planning of power systems.                              484     Applications of Analog Integrated
Waveguides and cavities. Measurement of the                                                                                 Circuits
properties of antennas and microwave networks.          457      Communication Systems                                      Spring. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 302 and ECE 303)
                                                                 Spring. 3(3-0) P: (ECE 302 and ECE 366)                    R: Open only to juniors or seniors or gradu-
407      Electromagnetic Compatibility                           R: Open only to juniors or seniors or gradu-               ate students in the Department of Electrical
         Spring. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 202 and ECE 305                  ate students in the Department of Electrical               and Computer Engineering. SA: EE 484
         and ECE 366) R: Open only to juniors or                 and Computer Engineering. SA: EE 457               Circuit design using analog integrated circuits.
         seniors or graduate students in the Electri-   Representation and processing of signals in the             SPICE macromodeling. Operational amplifiers,
         cal Engineering major and juniors or seniors   presence of noise. System performance. Modula-              comparators, timers, regulators, multipliers and
         in the Computer Engineering major.             tion, detection, and coding of information. System          converters. Design project with hardware and soft-
Electromagnetics for electrical systems. Signals and    design applications in radar, sonar, radio, television,     ware verification.
spectra. Regulations. Radiated and conducted            satellite communications, digital telephony, and
emissions. Conducted and radiated immunity. Miti-       wireless systems.
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485      Digital Control and Robotics                     809     Algorithms and Hardware                            823     Power System Stability and Control
         Spring. 4(3-3) P: (ECE 331 and ECE 313)                  Implementation                                             Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 826)
         R: Open only to juniors or seniors or gradu-             Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Com-                   SA: EE 823
         ate students in the Department of Electrical             puter Science and Engineering. SA: EE 809          Analysis and simulation of small and large distur-
         and Computer Engineering. SA: EE 485             Arithmetic, signal processing, and image processing        bance stability of power systems. Generator, exciter,
Robot classifications, kinematics, trajectory plan-       algorithms. Array structures: systolic architecture,       voltage regulator models. Design of excitation sys-
ning, digital controller design. Design and implemen-     data flow structure, neural network architecture.          tems and power system stabilizers.
tation of sensor-based robots.                            Performance analysis.
                                                                                                                     824     Power System Operation and Control
490      Independent Study                                813       Advanced VLSI Design                                     Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 421 and
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-               Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Com-               STT 351) SA: EE 824
         dent may earn a maximum of 3 credits in all                puter Science and Engineering. P:M: (ECE         Operation planning of power systems including
         enrollments for this course. R: Approval of                410) SA: EE 813                                  loadflow, unit commitment, production cost methods.
         department. SA: EE 490                           Advanced topics in digital integrated circuit design.      On line operation and control including automatic
Independent study of a topic in electrical engineer-      Design specifications: functionality, performance,         generation control, economic dispatch, security
ing or computer engineering.                              reliability, manufacturability, testability, cost. Stan-   assessment, state estimation.
                                                          dard cells. Design-rule checking. Circuit extraction,
491      Special Topics                                   simulation, verification. Team-based design.               825      Alternating Current Electrical Machines
         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu-                                                                         and Drives
         dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all      814      Embedded Wireless RF Transceivers                          Spring of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 320)
         enrollments for this course. R: Open only to              Fall of even years. 3(3-0)                                 SA: EE 825
         students in the Department of Electrical and     Transceiver architecture designs. Software compo-          Analysis, modeling and design of synchronous,
         Computer Engineering. SA: EE 491                 nents. Realtime computing and synchronization on           induction, and switched reluctance machines. De-
Investigation of special topics in electrical engineer-   digital signal processing platforms, embedded soft-        sign drives for motion control and power system
ing or computer engineering.                              ware transceivers, receiver hardware and software          applications.
                                                          considerations, signal structures and CDMA codes,
499     Undergraduate Research                            real-time acquisitions and tracking, synchronization,      826      Linear Control Systems
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-      software receivers.                                                 Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (MTH 314) SA: EE 826
        dent may earn a maximum of 4 credits in all                                                                  Vector spaces, representation, system description,
        enrollments for this course. R: Approval of       816     Cryptography and Network Security                  solution to the state equations, stability, controllabil-
        department. SA: EE 499                                    Fall. 3(3-0)                                       ity and observability. Adjoints of linear maps. Eigen-
Independent undergraduate research in contempo-           Major security techniques, including authenticity,         structure assignment. Partial and full order observ-
rary areas of electrical engineering or computer          confidentiality, message integrity, non-repudiation,       ers. Disturbance decoupling.
engineering.                                              and the mechanisms to achieve them. Network
                                                          security and system security practices, including          829    Optimal Multivariable Control
801       Independent Study                               authentication practice, e-mail security, IP security,            Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 826) SA: EE 829
          Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-    Web security, and firewalls.                               Performance and robustness. Minimum time, mini-
          dent may earn a maximum of 3 credits in all                                                                mum energy and regulator. Optimal control and
          enrollments for this course. R: Approval of     818     Robotics                                           minimum principle. LQG, Nyquist, and H-infinity
          department. SA: EE 801                                  Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 313 or ME 451) R:          design methods.
Independent investigation of a topic in electrical                Open only to graduate students in the Col-
engineering compatible with the student's prerequi-               lege of Engineering.                               831       Analog Circuit Theory
sites, interest, and ability.                             Robot modeling, kinematics, dynamics, trajectory                     Fall of even years. 3(3-0) SA: EE 831
                                                          planning, programming, sensors, controller design.         Positive real functions. Filter approximations. Pas-
802     Selected Topics                                                                                              sive and active network synthesis. Nullor network
        Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may       820      Advanced Computer Architecture                    analysis and synthesis. Active filters. Stability. Sen-
        earn a maximum of 21 credits in all enroll-                Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with       sitivity.
        ments for this course. SA: EE 802                          Computer Science and Engineering. Admin-
Investigation of special topics in electrical engineer-            istered by Department of Computer Science         832     Analog Integrated Circuit Design
ing.                                                               and Engineering. RB: (CPS 410 and CPS                     Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) SA: EE 832
                                                                   420) R: Open only to Computer Science or          Technology. Device modeling. Circuit simulation.
807     Computer System Performance and                            Electrical Engineering majors. SA: EE 820         Integrated circuit building blocks. Amplifiers, com-
        Measurement                                       Instruction set architecture. Pipelining, vector proc-     parators, converters. Switched-capacitor filters.
        Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmen-       essors, cache memory, high bandwidth memory                Analog signal processing circuits.
        tal with Computer Science and Engineer-           design, virtual memory, input and output. Bench-
        ing. Administered by Department of Com-           marking techniques. New developments related to            835     Advanced Electromagnetic Fields and
        puter Science and Engineering. RB: (CPS           single CPU systems.                                                Waves I
        410 and STT 441) R: Open only to Com-                                                                                Fall. 3(3-0) SA: EE 835
        puter Science or Electrical Engineering ma-       821      Advanced Power Electronics and                    Electrostatics, magnetostatics, electrodynamics and
        jors. SA: EE 807                                           Applications                                      Maxwell's equations. Potential functions. Eigenfunc-
Queueing network modelling, general analytic tech-                 Fall of odd years. 3(3-0)                         tion expansion. Green's functions. Radiation of EM
niques, workload characterization, representing           Power semiconductor devices, circuits, control, and        waves. EM boundary-value problems. TEM waves.
specific subsystems, parameterization. Software           applications. Converter and inverter analysis and          Maxwell's equations with magnetic sources.
and hardware monitors, performance measures.              design, DSP control and implementation. Automo-
Case studies, software packages.                          tive and utility applications.                             836      Advanced Electromagnetic Fields and
                                                                                                                              Waves II
808     Modelling and Discrete Simulation                 822     Parallel Processing Computer Systems                        Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 835) SA: EE 836
        Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental              Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Com-         Theory of guided transmission system. Microstrip
        with Computer Science and Engineering.                    puter Science and Engineering. Adminis-            lines, metallic and dielectric waveguides. EM cavi-
        Administered by Department of Computer                    tered by Department of Computer Science            ties. Excitation and discontinuities of waveguides.
        Science and Engineering. RB: (CPS 330                     and Engineering. RB: (CPS 820) R: Open             Surface wave and radiation modes. Integrated op-
        and STT 441) R: Open only to Computer                     only to Computer Science or Electrical En-         tics. Scattering of EM waves.
        Science or Electrical Engineering majors.                 gineering majors. SA: EE 822
        SA: EE 808                                        Massively parallel SIMD processors, multiprocessor         841      Fourier Optics
Simulation examples, and languages. Mathematical          architectures, interconnection networks, synchroni-                 Spring of odd years. 3(2-3) RB: (ECE 360)
models, petri nets, model validation, random variate      zation and communication. Memory and address                        and (ECE 435 or ECE 835) SA: EE 841
generation. Analysis of simulation data. Case stud-       space management, process management and                   Scalar diffraction theory. Fourier expansion of opti-
ies.                                                      scheduling. Parallel compilers, languages, perform-        cal fields. Spatial linear systems and information
                                                          ance evaluation.                                           processing. Lenses. Optical imaging systems. Hol-
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842     Quantum Electronics                              871     Micro-electro-mechanical Systems                921B     Embedded Architectures
        Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 835 and              Fabrication                                              Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-
        ECE 874) SA: EE 842                                      Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (ECE 870 or ECE 477)                 0) Interdepartmental with Computer Sci-
Quantum and electromagnetic theory of lasers.            Development of a complete integrated microsystem                 ence and Engineering. RB: (ECE 809 and
Optical resonators. Laser oscillation and amplifica-     from inception to final test. Design, fabrication and            ECE 813) SA: EE 921B
tion. Characterization of lasers. Specific laser exam-   testing of integrated microsystems. Development of      Embedded computers and architectures for real-
ples.                                                    a complete multichip microsystem containing sen-        time computation and/or robust control. ASICs. Bit-
                                                         sors, signal processing, and an output interface.       slice architectures. Systolic arrays. Neural networks.
850      Electrodynamics of Plasmas                      Basic MOS device and circuit processes, wafer           Genetic algorithms. Implementation technologies
         Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmen-     bonding and micromachining, low power portable          and design issues.
         tal with Astronomy and Astrophysics; Phys-      devices and diamond MEMS chips.
         ics. RB: (ECE 835 or PHY 488) SA: EE 850                                                                921C     Electronic Systems Packaging
Plasma kinetic and macroscopic plasma transport                                                                           Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-
theory. Electromagnetic wave propagation and             874      Physical Electronics                                    0) Interdepartmental with Computer Sci-
charged particle diffusion processes in plasma.                   Fall. 3(3-0) SA: EE 874                                 ence and Engineering. RB: A basic back-
Electromagnetic energy absorption via elastic and        Applications of quantum mechanics and statistical                ground in electronics and electromagnetics.
inelastic collisions. Dc, rf, and microwave dis-         mechanics in solids. Band theory of semiconductors.     VLSI packaging technology, thermal management,
charges.                                                 Electrical transport phenomena. Pn junctions.           electrical design, switching noise, multi-chip packag-
                                                                                                                 ing, materials, device assembly, RF device packag-
859      Nonlinear Control                                                                                       ing, and electrical testing.
         Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Me-       875     Electronic Devices
         chanical Engineering. RB: (ECE 826 and                  Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 874) SA: EE 875         925     Advanced Topics in Power
         ME 857) SA: ECE 827                             Operating properties of semiconductor devices                   Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a maxi-
Second-order systems. Fundamental properties of          including DC, AC, transient and noise models of                 mum of 9 credits in all enrollments for this
solutions. Lyapunov stability. Input-output stability.   FET, BJT, metal-semiconductor contact, het-                     course. SA: EE 925
Passivity. Absolute stability. Linearization. Integral   erostructure, microwave and photonic devices.           Topics vary each semester.
control. Feedback linearization. Sliding mode con-
trol. Lyapunov redesign. Passivity-based control.                                                                925C     Advanced Machine Drives
Recursive methods. Applications to electrical and        885      Artificial Neural Networks                              Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-
mechanical systems.                                               Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Com-                0) RB: (ECE 825 and ECE 829) SA: EE
                                                                  puter Science and Engineering. SA: EE 885               925C
863     Analysis of Stochastic Systems                   Overview of neuro-engineering technology. Basic         Nonlinear drives based on state reconstruction and
        Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (STT 441) SA: EE 863            neural network architectures. Feedforward and           nonlinear and adaptive control. Sensors, implemen-
Advanced topics in random variable theory. Sto-          feedback networks. Temporal modeling. Supervised        tation, special computer architectures.
chastic processes and stochastic calculus. Optimal       and unsupervised learning. Implementation. Basic
systems for filtering and detection.                     applications to pattern recognition.                    929     Advanced Topics in Electromagnetics
                                                                                                                         Fall, Spring. 3 to 4 credits. A student may
864      Detection and Estimation Theory                                                                                 earn a maximum of 10 credits in all enroll-
         Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 863) SA: EE 864         899     Master's Thesis Research                                ments for this course. SA: EE 929
Analysis and implementation of statistical estimation            Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 8 credits. A stu-    Topics vary each semester.
and detection methods used in signal processing,                 dent may earn a maximum of 24 credits in
communications, and control applications. Bayesian,              all enrollments for this course. SA: EE 899
Neyman-Pearson, and minimax detection schemes.           Master's thesis research.                               929A    Planar Waveguides and Circuits
Bayesian, mean-square-error, and maximum-                                                                                Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-
likelihood estimation methods.                                                                                           0) RB: (ECE 835) SA: EE 929A
                                                         920    Selected Topics in High Performance              Planar open-boundary waveguides and circuits.
865       Analog and Digital Communications                     Computer Systems                                 Surface and microstrip waveguides. Propagation-
          Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 457 and            Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) A student may        mode spectrum. Spectral analysis of layered media.
          ECE 863) SA: EE 865                                   earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enroll-       Sommerfeld analysis. Integral-operator description
Optimum signal design in noisy channels, matched                ments for this course. Interdepartmental         of open waveguides and planar circuits.
filters, quadrature sampling of band-pass signals in            with Computer Science and Engineering.
noise. Coherent and non-coherent binary modula-                 Administered by Department of Computer
tion such as PSK, FSK, DPSK, M-ary modulation,                  Science and Engineering. RB: (CPS 822) R:        929B    Antenna Theory
intersymbol interference, spread spectrum.                      Open only to Computer Science or Electrical              Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 4(4-
                                                                Engineering majors. SA: EE 920                           0) RB: (ECE 835) SA: EE 929B
867     Information Theory and Coding                    Design of high performance computer systems.            Antennas and EM scattering. Radiation by currents
        Spring. 3(3-0) P:M: (ECE 863)                    Seminar format.                                         and surface fields. Equivalence principle. Receiving
Shannon information measures. Uniqueness theo-                                                                   antennas. Arrays and synthesis. Integral equations.
rem and chain rules of the entropy measures. Kull-                                                               Current and impedance of wire antennas. Slot,
back-Leibler relative-entropy. The I-measure. As-        921     Advanced Topics in Digital Circuits and         aperture and reflector antennas. Singularity expan-
ymptotic Equipartition Property (AEP) for various                Systems                                         sion method.
sources. Channel capacity; discrete-memoryless                   Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a
and symmetric channels. The channel coding theo-                 maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for
rem. Rate-distortion theory. Applications of coding to           this course. Interdepartmental with Com-        929C     Geometrical Theory of Diffraction
modern communications and compression methods                    puter Science and Engineering. SA: EE 921                Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-
such as image, video, speech and watermarking.           Topics vary each semester.                                       0) RB: (ECE 835) SA: EE 929C
                                                                                                                 Fourier expansion and asymptotic evaluation of two-
870      Introduction to Micro-Electro-Mechanical                                                                dimensional electromagnetic fields. Scattering from
         Systems                                         921A     Testable and Fault-tolerant Digital            half-planes, wedges and cylinders. Geometrical
         Fall. 3(3-0) RB: (ECE 477 and ECE 474)                   Systems                                        optics and ray-tracing. Reflection and transmission
Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). Funda-                   Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-   matrices. Geometrical diffraction theory.
mentals of micromachining and microfabrication                    0) Interdepartmental with Computer Sci-
techniques. Design and analysis of devices and                    ence and Engineering. RB: (ECE 809 and
systems in mechanical, electrical, fluidic, and ther-             ECE 813) SA: EE 921A                           931     Advanced Topics in Electronic Devices
mal energy and signal domains. Sensing and trans-        Reliability evaluation. Fault models and test pattern           and Materials
duction mechanisms, including capacitive and pie-        generation. Design for testability. Fault-tolerant              Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may
zoresistive techniques. Design and analysis of           design techniques, self-checking circuits and sys-              earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-
miniature sensors and actuators. Examples of exist-      tems, system diagnosis and reconfiguration.                     ments for this course. SA: EE 931
ing devices and their applications.                                                                              Topics vary each semester.




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931A     VLSI Technology                                 966B    Multidimensional Signal Processing                160      Diversity and Engineering
         Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-            Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-               Fall, Spring. 2(2-0) P: (MTH 116 or concur-
         0) RB: (ECE 875) SA: EE 931A                            0) RB: (ECE 466 and ECE 864) SA: EE                        rently or MTH 132 or concurrently) R: Open
Oxidation, doping techniques, simulation tech-                   966B                                                       only to freshmen or sophomores in the Col-
niques, film deposition and etching, epitaxial growth,   Multidimensional signals and systems concepts.                     lege of Engineering.
lithography, passivation, and packaging.                 Two-dimensional sampling, windowing, filter design.       Diversity and engineering. Transitional problems.
                                                         Fast algorithms for convolution and transforms.           Career options. Communication skills.
                                                         Sensor array processing. Interpolation.
931B     Microdevices and Microstructures                                                                          192      Environmental Issues Seminar
         Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-    966C    Advanced Topics in Statistical Signal                      Fall, Spring. 1 credit. A student may earn a
         0) RB: (ECE 875) SA: EE 931B                            Processing                                                 maximum of 4 credits in all enrollments for
Technology, modeling and simulation of submicron                 Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-               this course. Interdepartmental with Natural
solid state devices. Microsensors and micromachin-               0) RB: (ECE 466 and ECE 863 and ECE                        Science; Agriculture and Natural Resources;
ing. Diamond and superconducting devices. Vac-                   864) SA: EE 966C                                           Social Science; Communication Arts and
uum microelectronic structures.                          Communication channels, noise models, hypothesis                   Sciences. Administered by College of Natu-
                                                         testing of signals by Bayesian minimax, and Ney-                   ral Science. R: Open only to students in the
                                                         man-Pearson criteria. Performance evaluation using                 College of Agriculture and Natural Re-
931C    Properties of Semiconductors                     ROC. Bayesian and maximum likelihood parameter                     sources or College of Engineering or Col-
        Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-     estimation. Kalman-Bucy filtering.                                 lege of Natural Science or College of Com-
        0) RB: (ECE 874) SA: EE 931C                                                                                        munication Arts and Sciences or College of
Carrier scattering, single particle and collective       989     Advanced Topics in Plasma                                  Social Science. Approval of college.
transport, quantum effects, hot electron effects,                Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-      Environmental issues and problems explored from a
electron-photon and electron-phonon interactions.                0) A student may earn a maximum of 6              variety of perspectives, including legal, scientific,
                                                                 credits in all enrollments for this course. SA:   historical, political, socio-economic, and technical
932     Advanced Topics in Analog Circuits                       EE 989                                            points of view.
        Spring of odd years. 3(3-0)                      Topics vary each semester.
Variable topics in advanced circuit analysis.                                                                      290    Independent Study
                                                         989A    Plasma Processing for IC Fabrication                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu-
960     Advanced Topics in Control                               Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-             dent may earn a maximum of 4 credits in all
        Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a                0) RB: (ECE 835 and ECE 850) SA: EE                      enrollments for this course. R: Open only to
        maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for              989A                                                     students in the College of Engineering, ap-
        this course. RB: (ECE 827 and ECE 829)           Process requirements. Plasma reactors. Etching                   proval of college.
        SA: EE 960                                       and deposition applications. Broad ion beam proc-         Independent undergraduate research in engineer-
Topics vary each semester.                               essing.                                                   ing.

                                                         999    Doctoral Dissertation Research
960A    Adaptive Control                                        Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A           291     Selected Topics
        Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-            student may earn a maximum of 72 credits                   Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu-
        0) RB: (ECE 827 and ECE 829) SA: EE                     in all enrollments for this course. SA: EE                 dent may earn a maximum of 4 credits in all
        960A                                                    999                                                        enrollments for this course. R: Open only to
Model reference adaptive control in continuous and       Doctoral dissertation research.                                   freshmen or sophomores.
discrete time. Lyapunov and hyperstability ap-                                                                     Experimental course development or special topics
proaches, adaptive observers, self-tuning regulators,                                                              appropriate for freshmen and sophomores.
design using pole-zero assignments. Minimum
variance and LQG control.

                                                                                                                   292     Applications in Environmental Studies
960B    Nonlinear Control                                ENGINEERING                               EGR                     Fall. 2(1-2) Interdepartmental with Natural
        Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-                                                                       Science; Agriculture and Natural Resources;
        0) RB: (ECE 827 and ECE 829) SA: EE                                                                                Communication Arts and Sciences; Social
        960B                                             College of Engineering                                            Science. Administered by College of Natural
Relay control, stabilizing controllers. Design via                                                                         Science. P: (NSC 192) R: Open only to stu-
variable structure, high gain, geometric, and            101     Preview of Science                                        dents in the Specialization in Environmental
Lyapunov-based methods. Feedback linearization                   Fall. 1 credit. Interdepartmental with Natu-              Studies.
and tracking controls.                                           ral Science; Agriculture and Natural Re-          Community engagement project.          Projects vary
                                                                 sources; Social Science. Administered by          depending on student's major and area of environ-
                                                                 College of Natural Science. R: Approval of        mental interest.
963     Advanced Topics in Systems                               college.
        Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a        Overview of natural sciences. Transitional problems.
        maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for      Communications and computer skills. Problem-              300     Technology, Society and Public Policy
        this course. SA: EE 963                          solving skills. Diversity and ethics problems in sci-             Fall. 2(2-0) P: Completion of Tier I writing
Topics vary each semester.                               ence. Science and society.                                        requirement. RB: Two courses in mathemat-
                                                                                                                           ics or engineering or science. SA: EGR 200,
                                                         124      Internet and Technology                                  MSM 300
966     Advanced Topics in Signal Processing                      Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0)                     Defining, describing and analyzing technology.
        Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) A student may earn a        The Internet from a user perspective and from a           Impact of technology on society. Public policy and
        maximum of 9 credits in all enrollments for      technical perspective. History and social impact of       technology. Short history of technology. Develop-
        this course. SA: EE 966                          the Internet. Internet tools.                             ment and use of assessment tools to measure im-
Topics vary each semester.                                                                                         pact and consequences of technology.
                                                         150      Engineers and the Engineering
                                                                  Profession                                       393     Engineering Cooperative Education
966A     Discrete Time Processing of Speech                       Spring. 2(2-0) P: (MTH 116 or concurrently               Fall, Spring, Summer. 1(1-0) A student may
         Signals                                                  or MTH 132 or concurrently) or (LBS 118 or               earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-
         Fall of odd years. Spring of odd years. 3(3-             concurrently) R: Open only to freshmen or                ments for this course. R: Open only to stu-
         0) RB: (ECE 466 and ECE 863 and ECE                      sophomores.                                              dents in the College of Engineering.
         864) SA: EE 966A                                Overview of the engineering profession. Historical        Pre-professional educational employment experi-
Digital speech models. Short term temporal process-      background. Engineering specialties. Engineers at         ences in industry and government related to stu-
ing. Linear predictive and spectral analysis. Speech     work. Professionalism and ethics. Communication           dent's major. Educational employment assignment
coding and synthesis, recognition, enhancement.          skills. Future trends and challenges.                     approved by College of Engineering.




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