Classes

  • EE 420: Power Electronics

Principles of designing power electronic circuits. The course covers electric power conversion and offers a practical perspective including the selection of components.

  • EE 413: Digital Communications

Basic topics in digital communication systems: analog-to-digital conversion, encoding analog signals, pulse code modulation (PCM), line coding, and information theory.

  • EE 307: Computer Architecture

The architecture of digital systems, with emphasis on structural principles common to a wide range of computer technologies, and multilevel implementation strategies.

  • EE 304: Microelectronics

Analog circuit analysis and design, including an introduction to the tools and methods necessary for the creative design of practical circuits using active devices.

  • EE 303: Introduction to Electronics

Fundamentals of electronic circuits, including diode characteristics and diode circuits, transistors and applications, switches and MOS transistors, and amplifiers.

  • EE 209: Applied Electromagnetics

Electrostatics, magnetostatics, electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic waves. Also, this course covers Maxwell’s equations and Faradays Laws.

  • EE 207: Foundations of Electrical Engineering

Fundamental concepts of electrical circuits. The composition of components into systems and networks, and limits imposed by energy and noise.

  • EE 440 L: Machine Learning Lab
  • EE 420 L: Power Electronics Lab
  • EE 413 L: Digital Communication Lab
  • EE 307 L: Computer Architecture Lab
  • EE 305 L: Computer Networks Lab
  • EE 304 L: Microelectronics Lab
  • EE 303 L: Introduction to Electronics Lab
  • EE 302 L: Communication Theory Lab
  • EE 210 L: Digital Logic Lab