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Mohamed Khabou, Ph.D. Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Mohamed Khabou, Ph.D. Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Dr. Michael Reynolds will join the faculty of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department in August 2015 at the rank of Associate Professor. Dr. Reynolds earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (ME) from Purdue University in 2004. Dr. Reynolds was hired to help establish the new ME program at UWF and will hold the title of Program Director.

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Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching Experience For A Computer And Nuclear Energy Course For Electrical And Computer Engineering Students

Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching Experience For A Computer And Nuclear Energy Course For Electrical And Computer Engineering Students

A new, interdisciplinary, team-taught course has been designed to educate students in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) so that they can respond to global and urgent issues concerning computer control systems in nuclear power plants. This paper discusses our experience and assessment of the interdisciplinary computer and nuclear energy course, which was developed and offered primarily to ECE students at Howard University. A unique team-teaching model utilized with ECE professors and nuclear field experts was applied to teach the two diverse subjects: computer safety and nuclear energy. The survey result from the first offering of the course showed a very positive response from the majority of the students about the team-teaching method and the knowledge acquired on the two subjects.
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ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN GREECE: A STUDY ON GENDER UNBALANCE

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN GREECE: A STUDY ON GENDER UNBALANCE

High School Graduates are admitted to the higher education system in Greece after very competitive entrance examinations held in the last two years of school. The departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE have been for decades amongst the most popular ones, a fact which renders the admission standards particularly high.

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Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Graduate Student Handbook

Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Graduate Student Handbook

There are two circumstances in which a student can enter the Ph.D. program in electrical engineering or computer engineering. In one circumstance, the student enters the Ph.D. program with a prior M.S. degree in the same major. (A prior M.S. degree in a closely related engineering major may be treated as equivalent to a prior M.S. degree in the major of the Ph.D. program if so determined by the Department at the time of admission into the Ph.D. program.) In the other circumstance, the student enters the Ph.D. program with only a prior B.S. degree in the same major. (Direct entry to the doctoral program from the baccalaureate is permitted only for students with an exceptionally strong academic record and exceptional potential for research as determined by the ECE faculty during evaluation of the student’s application.) The requirements listed in the next several pages apply to both circumstances except where otherwise specified .
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Policy Manual

Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Policy Manual

One of the goals of the Electrical and Computer Engineering program at York College is to train students on the standards and expected behavior of a professional engineer in the field. With this in mind, the Engineering faculty expect as a minimum the following from every student, consistent with the conduct of a practicing engineer:

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Choosing your career path in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a combination of matching your skills and interests in the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree. This four year degree is an internationally recognised qualification with the first year specifically designed to give you a taste of all three specialisations in electrical, computer and software engineering. As an undergraduate you will benefit from exposure to projects similar to those in industry. We build on our experience and the innovation of our researchers to provide the very best standards in research and learning.
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LAB MANUAL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING

LAB MANUAL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING

The next matter an end user will want to look for is the place where many goals the guide shows at any time and regardless of whether you will find further steps essential for user setting the guide up once placed in this course. Some Lab manual department of electrical computer engineering have to be set by what character an individual is using in order to set goals, other guides will detect which character has been used and automatically set up the correct goals for that character.

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Graduate Handbook. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduate Handbook. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Undergraduate degree not in Electrical or Computer Engineering: Applicants with an undergraduate degree in a discipline other than Electrical or Computer Engineering may have to take several undergraduate courses to prepare them for graduate work in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The specific courses required will depend on the undergraduate major and coursework as well as the specific area of Electrical or Computer Engineering of interest. Usually, only 3-4 pre-requisite courses are required. Following admission to the program, applicants in this situation should meet with the department graduate coordinator to determine the required pre-requisites that should be taken.
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Proposal for Transition Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Proposal for Transition Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering recently restructured all its undergraduate programs into a new curriculum for the classes of 2013 and later. These changes were approved by Senate in June, 2006. As well as shortening the programs from 10 academic to 8 academic terms, a major focus of the new curriculum of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering programs is the redesign of the stream of project courses associated with engineering design (a curriculum component defined by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) accreditation process). These project-oriented, design- heavy courses are mostly contained in the last 3 academic terms (terms 6 to 8) of the programs.
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ESE) Fall Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ESE) Fall Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

The intent of the accelerated five-year Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (or Computer Engineering) program is to prepare high-achieving and highly-motivated undergraduate electrical engineering students for either doctoral studies or a variety of advanced professional positions. Electrical engineering students interested in the accelerated program should apply through the undergraduate office of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The program is highly selective and is offered to the top 10 to 20 percent of the junior undergraduate class. Admission is based on academic performance (at least a major g.p.a. of 3.30) as well as undergraduate research and professional activities. The accelerated program is as rigorous as the current B.E. and M.S. programs taken separately. The requirements for the accelerated program are the same as the requirements for the B.E. and M.S. programs except that two 300-level electives in the B.E. program are substituted by two 500-level graduate courses. Therefore six graduate credits will be counted towards the undergraduate degree. Detailed guidelines and sample course sequences are provided by the Department.
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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Section 71.30

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Section 71.30

The Aerospace Engineering program is offered jointly with the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. It is concerned with the engineering science that governs the design and construction of aircraft and spacecraft. This includes the mechanisms behind flight and propulsion in the atmosphere and space, including aerodynamics, lift and draft, as well as the design and control of aircrafts. Aerospace systems rely significantly on electrical and computer engineering content, including topics such as avionic navigation systems, communication networks, and flight control systems. More details about the Aerospace Engineering program can be found in §71.55.
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BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering (BSECE) Program

BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering (BSECE) Program

• Both of the current specializations in ECE allow Outside Technical Electives, generally considered to be upper level courses in other engineering fields, math and physical sciences. This proposal replaces Outside Technical Electives with Directed Electives (up to 15 hr EES, 11 hr CES – described in section 7) which are intended to increase flexibility for students to take courses from a somewhat broader range than we have traditionally allowed. The flexibility will enable students to pursue an ECE degree while preparing for other professional tracks (e.g. pre-med), select courses in business or entrepreneurship (which many of our alumni cite as helpful in their careers), facilitate the transfer of students into ECE from other majors, regional campuses or other colleges, preserve flexibility for engineering undecided students, and allow students to take courses from other engineering departments to help prepare for Professional Engineer licensure exams.
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Calendar Proof ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Calendar Proof ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

ME 5653 Predictive Control and Intelligent  Sensors  ECE 4523 Communication Systems  Recommended   Program   The program allows completion of degree requirements in eight terms. However,[r]

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LABORATORY MANUAL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

LABORATORY MANUAL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Figure 8: Vout, the voltage across the capacitor C Vcapacitor, and the trigger input Pin 2 as a function of time for monostable oscillator circuit given in Figure 6.. Figure 10: An ex[r]

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Theses & Disssertations. Electrical & Computer Engineering. Summer

Electrical & Computer Engineering Theses & Disssertations. Electrical & Computer Engineering. Summer

oxidation reaction occurs at the anode, and the reduction reaction occurs at the cathode. When the fuel is oxidized due to the redox reaction, electrons are released in the electrolyte, which then travels through an external circuit to the cathode producing electricity. In traditional batteries, two or more solid reactants undergo a chemical reaction which converts chemical energy into electrical energy by consuming one of the reactants. When the disposable reactant is completely consumed, the battery cannot produce any more electrical energy. Once the battery is discharged i.e., the reactant is completely consumed, the battery either must be recharged in case of rechargeable batteries or replaced (traditional batteries). In the case of a glucose fuel cell, the electrical energy is produced due to the chemical reaction occurring between liquid and/or gaseous reactants as long as there is a continuous supply of glucose and the enzymes remain active, in the case of an enzymatic biofuel cell. Glucose is a simple sugar which is mainly produced by plants and algae using water and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the presence of sunlight. During this reaction, oxygen is produced as a byproduct and released in the atmosphere. Along with carbon dioxide and sunlight, the reaction also involves Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) and Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate (NADPH) [18]. Scientists have found that this produced glucose can be used as a fuel in glucose biofuel cells since one molecule of glucose upon complete oxidation to CO 2 , generates 24 electrons
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A Review on: Artificial intelligence techniques in electrical and  computer engineering

A Review on: Artificial intelligence techniques in electrical and computer engineering

In which autopilot with artificial intelligence are critical subsystems whose growth needs multidisciplinary move toward along with synchronized engineering to create a better, safer and reliable future? We have studied and implemented a miniature scale model with outcome of satisfactory results of supporting realistic vehicular mobility simulation using concepts of swarm technology discussed in this paper. Our Model must be equipped with a variety of instrumentation and controls depending upon the mission of the target vehicle. Mechatronics, Systems Engineering (SE), Control Systems (CS), Swarm Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Image Processing Cloud Computing, Virtualization with caching, Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks has a potential scope of design for the prototype needed to be developed that will navigate to a desired location with obstacle avoidance. In this design of autonomous vehicles have access to information about their surroundings gathered from its several sensors such as Radar, GPS including a very important component of this system Infrastructure Unit which is connected virtually with Vehicle's Operating System, mapping and direction system is discussed broadly. Here, Infrastructure Unit plays a major role in routing the traffic to maintain free flow and accident avoidance, by provides information such as Routes, Traffic, Time, Directions to Vehicles and maintains constant speed for all vehicles to achieve an efficient autonomous transportation reducing accidents to zero. To improve the response time and storage of V2I Communication a new approach of caching and virtualization are encapsulated with a better and faster hardware such as Solid State Technology. This study has various applications in Space Science, Oceanography, and Automation in Traffic control which can effortlessly meet the necessity, scalability of future Generation.
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Establishing and Sustaining a Preparing Future Faculty Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

Establishing and Sustaining a Preparing Future Faculty Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

Many Ph.D. students in our ECECS Department as well as in the other departments in the college spend their entire time at the university as research assistants and thus have little or no opportunity to learn teaching skills. With this heavy concentration on research, it is probably not surprising that few of our department's Ph.D. graduates opted for academic careers in the past. For example, between 1993/94 and 1998-99, 75 students graduated from the ECECS Department with a Ph.D., but only three chose to pursue an academic career. Not surprisingly, none of the ECECS Ph.D. students was active in the university-wide PFF programs. Thus there was considerable motivation to try a discipline-focused PFF3 program as a way of increasing the number of our graduates who did opt for academia. In addition, the PFF3 program was seen as one way to help fill the national need for more computer science faculty in the 1990’s.
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Assistant Professor Office: (780) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Assistant Professor Office: (780) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

“Asymptotic Optimality of Randomized Peer-to-Peer Broadcast with Network Coding,” in the Proceedings of IEEE INFOCOM 2011 Main Conference, Shanghai, China, April 10-15, 2011 (acceptance [r]

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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 2014 HONORS SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS APPLICATION Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 2014 HONORS SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS APPLICATION Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering

□ Raytheon Systems Company Award for Engineering Dual Degree Senior (Butler/IUPUI) Student Award □ Raytheon Systems Company Award for Outstanding Electrical and Computer[r]

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Program FALL 2019 ECEN : ELECTRICAL DESIGN LAB

Electrical and Computer Engineering Program FALL 2019 ECEN : ELECTRICAL DESIGN LAB

dioxide emissions. Since TAMUQ consists of several labs, lecture rooms, offices the amount of power needed is substantial. However, monitoring the amount of energy used through an application can result in using less electricity more efficiently. Finally, LabVIEW will be used to implement our design. LabVIEW is a system engineering software that is built to help create applications that require measurements, testing, and control with rapid access to hardware [2]. It also offers a graphical programming

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