EGCP-4410 Parallel Computing–Fa 3 hours Introduction to the exploitation of parallelism to solve computationally intensive problems; explores schemes for achieving parallelism, architectures required for parallel computing, performance analysis, and parallel algorithm design; uses common standards for message passing (e.g., MPI), local clusters and remote supercomputer systems. Crosslisted as CS and EGCP. Prerequisites: CS-3310 Operating Systems. Corequisite: CS-3410 Algorithms; permission of instructor. (Fee: $50) (even years) EGCP-4810 4 hours Computer Engineering Senior Design I–Fa Design and development of electronic products to meet specific requirements. Introduction to computer system design, power supply design, hardware-software co-design, software engineering, system performance trade-offs, electronic design tools, prototype methods, estimating and managing time and cost constraints, and project management. Student teams prepare a project proposal, design and prototype a microprocessor-based system or sub-system, use computerized design tools, submit weekly progress reports, and conduct design reviews. Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: EGEE-3210 Electronics I, CS-3410 Algorithms, CS-3310 Operating Systems, and Senior status in computer engineering Corequisite: EGCP-4210 Advanced Computer Architecture. (Fee: $100) EGCP-4820 4 hours Computer Engineering Senior Design II–Sp Continuation of EGCP-4810 Computer Engineering Senior Design I. Student teams will complete their capstone project, submit weekly progress reports, prepare a formal final report, and make a formal design review presentation. Prerequisite: EGCP4810 Computer Engineering Senior Design I. (Fee: $100) EGCP-4950 1–3 hours Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering Selected topics in computer engineering at the 4000-level that expand the depth of existing 3000- and 4000-level courses or expose the students to advanced concepts not taught in other courses. Topics may be proposed by the engineering faculty or students. Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission. Electrical Engineering (EGEE) EGEE-2010 Circuits–Sp 5 hours Introduction to basic circuit analysis using Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s laws, independent and dependent sources, Thévenin and Norton equivalency and source transformations, transient responses in RC, RL, and RLC circuits, phasor analysis of RLC circuits, power in AC circuits, introduction to 3-phase circuits, mutual inductance, frequency response, Transforms, Laplace circuit analysis, Fourier Series, and introduction to transfer functions. Computer simulations and bread-board circuits are constructed and evaluated in the laboratory. Four lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisites: PHYS-2120 General Physics II; MATH-2740 Differential Equations. (Fee: $100) EGEE-2050 Circuits and Instrumentation–Sp 4 hours Introduction to basic circuit analysis using Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s laws, independent and dependent sources, Thévenin and Norton equivalency and source transformations, transient responses in RC, RL, and RLC circuits, operational amplifiers, and introduction to polyphase AC circuits. Circuit applications for transducers such as resistance strain gages, piezoelectric load cells, piezoelectric accelerometers, and thermocouples are emphasized along with measurement uncertainty analysis and statistical methods. Circuits are designed, simulated, constructed, and tested in the laboratory. Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. This course does not satisfy the EGEE-2010 Circuits requirement for the Electrical or Computer Engineering majors. Prerequisites: PHYS-2120 General Physics II; MATH-2740 Differential Equations. (Fee: $100) EGEE-2110 Engineering Analysis–Sp 3 hours This course introduces students to mathematical tools used by electrical engineers. Topics include theory and engineering applications of complex variables, linear algebra, and probability and statistics as well as the numerical solution of basic differential equations. Students are introduced to the Matlab computing environment. Prerequisites: CS-1210 C++ Programming; MATH1720 Calculus II. Corequisites: MATH-2740 Differential Equations. EGEE-3110 Linear Systems–Fa 3 hours Introduction to linear time-invariant analysis of continuous and discrete-time systems, using both time and frequency domain methods that include convolution, Fourier Series, Fourier, Laplace, and Z transforms; classical and computer solution methods are utilized. Prerequisite: EGEE-2010 Circuits. EGEE-3150 Analog Filters–Sp 3 hours Introduction to theory, design, and implementing passive and active analog filters; basic filter structures, passive network synthesis, operational amplifier limitations, multiple-amplifier filters, and filter realization methods. Prerequisite: EGEE-3110 Linear Systems. (even years) EGEE-3210 Electronics I–Fa 3 hours Introduction to semiconductor electronic device theory and applications. Topics include ideal and nonideal operational amplifiers, diodes, field-effect transistors (FETs), and bipolarjunction transistors (BJTs). Two lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory or recitation per week. Prerequisite: EGEE-2010 Circuits. (Fee: $100) EGEE-3220 Electronics II–Sp 5 hours Continuation of EGEE-3210 Electronics I to include differential amplifiers, frequency response of amplifier circuits, multi-stage amplifiers, power amplifiers, feedback circuits, power supplies, filters, digital logic families, and oscillators. Four lecture hours and one two-hour lab per week. Prerequisite: EGEE-3210 Electronics I. (Fee: $100) EGEE-3310 Electromagnetics–Sp 3 hours Engineering applications of vector calculus, phasors, and Maxwell’s equations to electrostatic, magnetostatic and time varying fields, transmission lines, Smith Chart, propagation of uniform plane waves, and single-stub matching. Laboratory exercises introduce field-plotting, transmission line concepts using wave guides, single stub-tuning, introduction to the network analyzer, polarization, and radiation fields. Two lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory or recitation period per week. Prerequisites: MATH-2710 Calculus III; EGEE-2010 Circuits. (Fee: $100) EGEE-3330 Communications Theory–Sp 4 hours Introduction to analog and digital communications theory. Topics for random processes are introduced to facilitate noise analysis in modulation techniques. Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week; design project required. Prerequisite: EGEE3110 Linear Systems. (Fee: $100) 2023–24 Undergraduate Academic Catalog Page 251 Course Descriptions EGCP-4410 – EGEE-3330

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