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

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

component will then be converted to CO2 emission. The translation of data to carbon footprint is done by following certain steps, starting with the calculations needed to translate the energy consumption in kWh to carbon emission in kgCO2e where it is done using the equations available by EPA (The Environmental Protection Agency) and multiplying the value in kWh by the carbon emission factors that are set by EPA [13]. After this, we would be able to know the carbon footprint in the TAMUQ building. But we will not stop here, as we are aiming to create a monitoring system to give us real-time data. This data will be updated continuously in this way we will have an indication of the area that has high carbon emissions, and then figure out the components that release more CO2 than others. this will help us know the reason and try to control it by doing simulations on the component to improve its energy consumption results and make it power efficient. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency a 5.4% power reduction can be made by adjusting the temperature by 1 degree Celsius [14]. LED are energy efficiency component and also solar bulbs are available, easy to implement and affordable. Lastly focus on reducing power consumption in computer labs and offices.
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College of Engineering and Computational Sciences FY16 Budget Strategies Presentation Kevin Moore, Dean February 2015

College of Engineering and Computational Sciences FY16 Budget Strategies Presentation Kevin Moore, Dean February 2015

 BS, MS, PhD in Electrical Engineering  BS, MS, PhD in Computer Science  Mechanical Engineering  BS, MS, PhD in Mechanical Engineering  Programs  EPICS.  BS in Engineering, with S[r]

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Computer Science, Technology and. Computer Game Design, Information Management. Summer Orientation 2014

Computer Science, Technology and. Computer Game Design, Information Management. Summer Orientation 2014

Computer Science (BA, BS, minor) Electrical Engineering (BS, minor) Network and Digital Technology (BA) Robotics Engineering (BS).. Technology and Information Management (BS, minor) [r]

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Policy Manual

Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Policy Manual

To this end the ECE program has developed a progression policy of academic requirements that students must satisfy in order to remain within their major. The requirements of this policy were developed based on historical performance of students who were ultimately unsuccessful in an engineering major. While it is our desire that everyone who enters into an engineering program be a successful graduate, the fact is that some will not be successful. Recognizing the financial impact of extended stays in college past the normal 4 years, we want to be good stewards of the finite financial resources that students and their families have to pay for college tuition. Consequently it is important to intervene early enough in the student’s college education and once it becomes clear that a student will with near certainty not be successful in an engineering major so that a student can select an alternative major and still graduate in four years.
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Writing While Designing: Combining ECE Senior Design with an Existing Technical Writing Course

Writing While Designing: Combining ECE Senior Design with an Existing Technical Writing Course

This paper describes a multiyear project to integrate a specialized writing course, required of all undergraduate engineers, with the writing component of a senior design course for electrical and computer engineering (ECE) students. Since 1999, the Shackouls Technical Communication Program (TCP) in Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering has offered an in-house technical writing course to satisfy the college’s junior-level writing requirement. This course is now required of every undergraduate engineering major. However, current with national trends [Bakos, 1; Hendricks and Pappas, 2; Newell, Ludlow, and Sternberg, 3], the Shackouls TCP also seeks to integrate more substantive writing experiences into the engineering curriculum itself rather than relying solely on one specialized writing course to improve students’ writing abilities. The Shackouls TCP and MSU’s ECE Department have therefore teamed to merge focused writing instruction with applied engineering design. This project was motivated in part by extensive feedback from students indicating a strong desire to couple the two writing experiences.
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Graduate Handbook. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduate Handbook. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

International Students: International students must normally register for at least 9 semester hours each fall and each winter semester to fulfill U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service requirements. When a student nears completion of his/her program and only has 1-2 classes or thesis work left to complete, it is possible to register for fewer than 9 credits and still be considered full-time. To do this, a petition must be filed by the department on behalf of the student and submitted to the International Services office. If you fall in this category, see the department graduate secretary to file the necessary petition. Other questions should be directed to International Services (1351 WSC, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602, telephone [801] 422-2695).
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AC : INDUSTRY-DRIVEN POWER ENGINEERING CURRICU- LUM DEVELOPMENT IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEER- ING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

AC : INDUSTRY-DRIVEN POWER ENGINEERING CURRICU- LUM DEVELOPMENT IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEER- ING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

Aleksandr Sergeyev is currently an Assistant Professor in the Electrical Engineering Technology program in the School of Technology at Michigan Technological University. Dr. Aleksandr Sergeyev is earned his bachelor degree in electrical engineering in Moscow University of Electronics and Automation in 1995. He obtained the Master degree in Physics from Michigan Technological University in 2004 and the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2007. Dr. Aleksandr Sergeyev research interests include high energy lasers propagation through the turbulent atmosphere, developing advanced control algorithms for wavefront sensing and mitigating effects of the turbulent at- mosphere, digital inline holography, digital signal processing, and laser spectroscopy. He is also involved in developing new eye-tracking experimental techniques for extracting 3-D shape of the object from the movement of human eyes. Dr. Sergeyev is he is a member of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and actively involved in promoting engineering education.
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Computer Engineering and Information Technology BSc Program Specifications

Computer Engineering and Information Technology BSc Program Specifications

Computer engineering (CE) is a discipline that embodies the science and technology of design, construction, implementation, and maintenance of software and hardware components of modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment. Computer engineering has traditionally been viewed as a combination of both computer science (CS) and electrical engineering (EE). Computer engineering is a field that experiences effects from rapid technological development in different real life applications. Computer engineering programs use basic sciences, mathematics, engineering and electronics, physical and human sciences to provide new computer technologies and systems that make human applications easier, productive, faster and enjoyable to use.
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Development of a Joint International Master Degree and Lifelong Learning Framework in Mechatronics - JIM2L -

Development of a Joint International Master Degree and Lifelong Learning Framework in Mechatronics - JIM2L -

The goal of the new project is the establishment of a MSc program in Mechatronics in combination with a lifelong learning strategy.. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sc[r]

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New Program Proposal Master of Science in Electrical Engineering The Citadel

New Program Proposal Master of Science in Electrical Engineering The Citadel

The new electrical engineering graduate program will closely resemble course offerings at Clemson University and USC to ensure ease of transfer for students desiring to transfer for a MS Thesis option or PhD. A comparison of the degree with those at Clemson University and the University of South Carolina is provided below in Table 1. The Citadel MSEE will require 30 credit hours where 18 credit hours will be technical while 12 credit hours can be non-technical (finance, accounting, leadership, program management, etc.). As shown in Table 1, there will be the opportunity to complete individual graduate certificates in three main focus areas to meet the needs of the local industry in South Carolina: Computer
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An Undergraduate Computer Engineering Option

An Undergraduate Computer Engineering Option

THE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM The Committee strongly believes that electrical engineer- ing departments must include an undergraduate computer engineering option that will provide the [r]

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

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

Due to increasing research and development in the field of biofuel cells, abiotic fuel cells can be seen as an alternative to sconventional fuel cells based on metal catalysts. These devices constitute a system that can directly transform chemical energy into electricity through reactions involving biochemical steps, or even a system in which the activity of the cell (or part of it) stems from the action of biocatalysts. The connection between biology and electricity and the concept of a biofuel cell have been known since 1911, when MC Potter noted that a culture of the bacterium E. coli produced electricity in half-cell studies employing platinum electrodes [61]. During the height of the Space race, the interest in this technology increased. The United States space program decided to use the biofuel cell in two entirely different ways. The first was to treat the waste originating from the spacecraft, and the second was to obtain electricity from the treated waste using the reactions involving the biofuel cell. Motivated by the possible in vivo application of this device, Yahiro et al. were the first to describe a biofuel cell that used isolated enzymes on the surface of an electrode and to show that it was possible to produce electricity using the enzyme glucose oxidase (GOx) [62]. The main advantages of the biological fuel cells are as follows:
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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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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. MASTER OF SCIENCE AND Ph.D. REQUIREMENTS OF THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE PROGRAM

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. MASTER OF SCIENCE AND Ph.D. REQUIREMENTS OF THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE PROGRAM

Graduate courses taken in other departments or universities that are equivalent in level and content to courses in a kernel may be counted towards that kernel. This is called "Equivalency" and is not a transfer of credit hours. It is recognition that course content has been covered previously. The decision to accept such courses is made by the EE Graduate Committee upon petition by the student. Students entering with a Master’s degree must submit such petitions as part of the planning and counseling process at the beginning of their first term in the graduate program. Courses taken as an undergraduate are eligible for Equivalency provided they can be taken for graduate credit at the host institution. Please see Section 10 for Equivalency requirements and a list of material to be submitted when applying for Equivalency. Equivalent courses do not count toward the doctoral coursework credit-hour requirement (Section 7.2).
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COALITION OF VOCATIONAL AND REGULAR AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN EDUCATION

COALITION OF VOCATIONAL AND REGULAR AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN EDUCATION

In the regular training, the semester system is utilized which consists of 18 weeks of teaching works per semester. For the lecture courses, each credit unit represents 1 hour of lecture per week in the whole semester, 18 weeks. It means 18 hours of lectures. But for the practice courses, each unit represents 1.5 or 2 hours, which depends on the degree of difficulty of that course, of practice per week in the 18 weeks of a semester. It means 27 or 36 hours of work per unit. But in the vocational training, the teaching hours are varied for each module, and are not divided equally in the basis of the 18 weeks as the semester system does. The total 1,358 training hours are arranged in a proper sequence for the 47 modules. Due to the different nature of the two training systems, only the similar courses with the similar contents and equivalent training hours can be converted between the two systems. At the time being, only the CAS graduates, who are holding the Associate BS degree, have
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Computer Science Division

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Computer Science Division

A: No. The CS major is not overcrowded these days, and we have no interest in weeding anyone out. The work in 61A is not designed to be especially hard, although it does require learning new ideas. Several years ago, the number of students seeking admission to the major was artificially swelled because people who cared only about getting rich thought that computer programming was the way to do it. These days, it is no longer possible for any idiot to get rich as a programmer, and so those students are now more likely to choose Business Administration, where they belong. The grading policy in 61A is not harsh and is not curved as it would be if we had weeding out in mind. However, you may take this course as an opportunity to weed yourself out; if you find that you don’t enjoy the work, perhaps you aren’t a computer scientist at heart.
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Foundations Of Analog And Digital Electronic Circuit[by Anant Agarwal and Jeffrey H  Lang] pdf

Foundations Of Analog And Digital Electronic Circuit[by Anant Agarwal and Jeffrey H Lang] pdf

Agarwal and Lang have been working together for the past eight years on a fresh approach to teaching circuits. For several decades, MIT had offered a traditional course in circuits designed as the first core undergraduate course in EE. But by the mid-‘90s, vast advances in semiconductor technology, coupled with dramatic changes in students’ backgrounds evolving from a ham radio to computer culture, had rendered this traditional course poorly motivated, and many parts of it were virtually obsolete. Agarwal and Lang decided to revamp and broaden this first course for EE, ECE or EECS by establishing a strong connection between the contemporary worlds of digital and analog systems, and by unifying the treatment of circuits and basic MOS electronics. As they developed the course, they solicited comments and received guidance from a large number of colleagues from MIT and other universities, students, and alumni, as well as industry leaders.
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering LED DISPLAY PROJECT

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering LED DISPLAY PROJECT

Now,  you  could  argue  (correctly)  that  the  exact  voltage  across  the  diode  will   depend  on  the  current,  which  we  don’t  know  yet.  We  can  make  a  good  guess  that  it   will  be  around  2V  because  we  already  found  that  the  current  should  be  above  10  mA   and  not  greater  than25  mA,  and  from  the  current-­‐voltage  characteristic,  repeated  in   Figure  16,  the  voltage  doesn’t  change  very  much  over  that  range.  The  value  of  “2  V”   is  an  “engineering  approximation.”  
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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Computing Policies

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Computing Policies

Users are expected to be reasonable and polite in their use of network facilities and to know and follow mail etiquette guidelines. They also must become familiar with the rules of the organizations that operate the computer networks to which EECS provides access. If any EECS resource is used as part of a violation of policy governing computing resources available by way of the network, it is considered abuse of EECS privileges.

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