Optics for Engineers. Investigates the science and engineering of mobile robots. Topics may include humanoid designs, software and hardware architectures, sensing and perception, motion planning and control, high-level task planning and control, grasping and manipulation, benchmarking, and experimental methods. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. The course makes extensive use of the SPICE simulation tool for assignments and projects. Specific topics include HW/SW codesign, buses and interfacing, C as a hardware description language, high-level synthesis, pipelining, hardware memory hierarchies, and computer arithmetic. Also covers IC design methodologies and performance, scaling of MOS circuits, design and layout of subsystems such as PLA and memory, and system timing. Concentrates on silicon IC technology but also includes examples from other materials and device systems including microelectromechanical (MEMS) technologies that are used to build devices such as accelerometers, pressure sensors, and switches for telecommunications and other current examples provided from nanofabrication and nanotechnology. Examines all subsystems that comprise an electric drive including electric machines, power electronic converters, mechanical system requirements, feedback controller design, and interactions with utility systems. 4 Hours. Students who do not meet course prerequisites may seek permission of instructor. Biomedical Imaging. Requires knowledge of undergraduate advanced calculus. Department of Chemical Engineering. 4 Hours. May be repeated up to two times. Requires students to select a project requiring design and implementation of an electrical, electronic, and/or software system, including evaluation of multiple constraints and use of appropriate engineering standards in the design; formation of a team to carry out the project; and submission and presentation of a detailed proposal for the work. Covers a structured digital CMOS design focusing on designing, verifying, and fabricating CMOS VLSI-integrated circuits and modules. Offers elective credit for courses taken at other academic institutions. EECE 5682. Emphasizes the connection between architecture and the underlying software that drives it. Studies several classes of devices including inertial measurement devices, pressure sensors, rf components, and optical MEMS. EECE 7284. myNortheastern • Reviews frequency domain signal analysis through treatment of noiseless analog communication. Adaptive control, then, is the means by which a system that is poorly modeled is controlled adequately. Presents applications of nonlinear optics, such as second- and third-harmonic generation, optical mixing, optical parametric oscillation, multiple photon interaction, and linear and nonlinear scattering. Discusses fundamental issues of adaptive identification and control, such as stability of adaptive systems, convergence, persistent excitation, and robustness. Introduces the vector potentials and the theorems that are needed for the derivation of the radiation integrals from Maxwell’s equations. EECE 5638. 2020-21 Course Descriptions PDF, Electrical and Computer Engineering with Concentration in Communications, Control, and Signal Processing, MSECE. EECE 7311. Covers parallel and distributed processing concepts including concurrency and its management, models of parallel computation, and synchronous and asynchronous parallelism. Arithmetic and Circuit Design for Inexact Computing with Nanoscaled CMOS. EECE 1990. 1. Uses PSpice software to simulate circuits and large-signal models and transient simulations to characterize the behavior of transistors in amplifiers and switching circuits. Research Highlight. This thread is archived. EECE 5161. 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Note: Depth courses cannot be taken for breadth. Topics include discrete signals and systems in 2D, digital images and their properties, image digitization, image enhancement, image restoration, image segmentation, feature extraction, object recognition, and pattern classification principles (Bayes rules, class boundaries) and pattern recognition methods. 4 Hours. At the national American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) virtual conference in November, the Northeastern student chapter took part in the ChemE Car competition by developing a car that runs on a chemical reaction that must carry a certain weight, and travel a specific distance. Reviews basic circuit analysis techniques. Explores state-space, time-domain techniques for analyzing and designing optimal and robust linear control systems. Focuses on data center scale system design issues. 4 Hours. Master's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a Concentration in Communications, Control, and Signal Processing with Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership. save hide report. Emphasizes practical robot applications ranging from disaster response to healthcare to space exploration. Introduces analog integrated circuits (ICs) concepts with bipolar and field effect transistor devices. Also introduces students to the problems and current research in the provision of quality of service (QoS) in wireless networks. Addresses concepts such as hypothesis testing, Bayesian principles, likelihood functions, sufficient statistics, optimal estimation, and prediction. Presents solutions to problems in electromagnetics using a wide variety of numerical and computational methods. 72% Upvoted. Topics covered include line-search and trust-region strategies, gradient descent and Newton methods and their variations, linear and quadratic programming, penalty-augmented Lagrangian methods, sequential quadratic programming, and interior point methods. Emergency Information • Offers theoretical or experimental work under individual faculty supervision. Topics include the linear and nonlinear acoustic wave equation; sources of sound; reflection, refraction, transmission, and absorption; bearing and range estimation by sensor array processing, beam forming, matched filtering, and focusing; diffraction, bandwidth, ambient noise, and reverberation limitations; scattering from objects, surfaces, and volumes by Green’s theorem; forward scatter, shadows, Babinet’s principle, extinction, and attenuation; ray tracing and waveguides in remote sensing; and applications to acoustic, radar, seismic, thermal, and optical sensing and exploration. Parallel and Distributed Processing. Has anyone taken it before that would recommend it? Considers special functions of mathematical physics using generating functions, Taylor and Laurent expansions, and various integral representations. EECE 4622. Presents state-of-the-art methods, tools, and techniques for system-level design and modeling of complete multiprocessor systems from specification down to implementation across hardware-software boundaries. Digital Communications. AND. 3 comments. Covers the architecture of modern processors, including datapath/control design, caching, memory management, pipelining, and superscalar. EECE 3324. The Capstone Design Courses are taken as follows: (EECE4790 - Summer 1 and EECE4792 - Spring) OR (EECE4790 - Summer 2 and EECE4792 - Fall) * ENGW3315. Examines the actual sensors and mathematical techniques for robotic sensing and navigation with a focus on sensors such as cameras, sonars, and laser scanners. Emphasizes the foundations to prepare students for research in machine learning. Presents the foundations for understanding the new and evolving area of hardware security and trust, which have become major concerns for national security over the past decade. Introduction to Multiferroics Materials and Systems. Experiential learning is the heart of a Northeastern education, combining rigorous coursework with hands-on experience in the classroom, in the lab, and in the field—locally and abroad. Everything offered this semester is either way out of my interest zone or I've already taken it. Presents basic topics (radio spectrum and its utilization, antennae, and information processing by modulation and demodulation). Covers Cauchy’s integral and related theorems, Taylor and Laurent series, analytic continuation, and multivalued functions. Comprises the theory of functions of a complex variable. 4 Hours. Topics include equivalence, reciprocity, uniqueness, Huygen’s principle, antenna impedance, and diffraction; linear, loop, array, and aperture antennas including horns, reflectors, lenses, and microstrip; transmitting and receiving antennas and transmission formulas; and numerical antenna analysis methods. Extraction of useful information from noisy observations and informed decision making are at the core of multiple disciplines, ranging from traditional communications and sensor array processing to biomedical data analysis, pattern recognition, and machine learning; security and defense; and financial engineering. Technical electives (6 hours) selected from: EECE 3403 - Electromagnetic Fields; EECE 3713 - Introduction to Power System Analysis; EECE 395V - Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering; EECE 4233 - Semiconductor Electronics II; EECE 4273 - Embedded Networks; EECE 4523 - Mechatronic Systems; EECE 4833 - Communication Systems ; EECE 4843 - Image Processing; ENGR 3513 - … Bioinspired Robots. Continues with a discussion on the physical origins of noise and models of where it is encountered in electronic devices, signal processing, and communications. EECE 5645. Includes an individual project where each student is expected to implement an application, port that application to several different styles of parallelism, and compare the results. Digital Signal Processing. Here are 10 of the easiest classes at McGill University. May be repeated once. EECE 3468: 4: ECE Tech Elective: 4 EECE 4792 (EI, CE, WI) 4: Music in Context: 4 Music Tech Elective: 4: Music Elective: 4 Music Theory Course: 4: Music Theory Course: 4 16 16 Total Hours: 136: Northeastern University. Requires working knowledge of C/C++, algorithms, and data structures. EECE 5644. 4 Hours. The integrated 48-semester-hour degree and certificate will require 32 semester hours of advisor-approved communications, control, and signal processing technical courses. 4 Hours. Emphasis is on the interaction of electromagnetic waves and the crystal lattice. 2 from EECE Technical Elective Level 1 Courses 2 from EECE Technical Elective Level 2 Courses *EECE Tech Elect *EECE Tech Elective Revised 5/24/10 *2 EECE technical electives can be from ECE Fundamentals, Level 1 or Level 2 offerings DRAFT ECE Tech. EECE 2150. 4 Hours. Advanced Magnetic Materials—Magnetic Devices. Applies these principles and techniques to practical antenna systems. Focuses on fundamental concepts of computer networks with a particular focus on the Internet. Lectures are supported by illustrative examples and hands-on exercises that rely on the use of MATLAB and are grounded in practical problems. Requires a strong understanding of linear systems, transform techniques, and linear algebra. Offers an opportunity to conduct research under faculty supervision. Programming is done in variants of the C programming language. Elective: Complete 8 additional semester hours from either the depth or breadth course lists below. Addresses topics of hypothesis testing, Bayesian principles, multiple hypotheses and composite hypothesis testing, test power and uniformly powerful tests, likelihood functions, sufficient statistics, optimal estimation, bounds on the estimator variance, minimum variance linear estimation, prediction and regression, interval estimation, and confidence. The master's degree program in electrical and computer engineering offers in-depth course work within the concentration-choice-related areas. Offers students an opportunity to learn how the security of systems can be violated and how such attacks can be detected and prevented. Dissertation Term 2. Introduces fundamentals of statistical inference and data analysis through concepts of detection, estimation, and related signal processing algorithms. Introduces basic computational and mathematical techniques for modeling, simulating, and analyzing the performance by using simulation, including models, random-number generation, statistics, and discrete event-driven simulation. Provides a broad overview of power system operation and the role of state estimation in overall energy management. Electricity and Magnetism. 4 Hours. Identification is the process of mathematically modeling a system based on measurement data that may be limited or uncertain. Discusses synchronization systems, analysis of PLL in the presence of noise, methods of timing recovery, channel capacity, and Shannon’s noisy channel coding theorem.