ELEC 7190/7196. Advanced RFIC Design for Wireless Communication Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 5190 or ELEC 6190.
Wireless standards and multi-standard transceiver architectures, SiGe and CMOS RFIC designs for wireless transceivers, digital phase locked loops, software defined radios, phase array radars, and MIMO wireless transceivers.

ELEC 7250/7256. VLSI Testing Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6770.
Exponential nature of the test problem, fault models, test generation algorithms, test generation for sequential circuits, fault simulation, testability measures, fault coverage, yield and defect levels, design-for-testability approaches, scan and boundary scan, IDDQ testing, mixed signal testing.

ELEC 7310/7316. Advanced Electrodynamics I Link Icon (3) LEC. 3. Pr., Departmental approval.
Review of Basic Electromagnetics. Electromagnetic wave propagation in infinite and bounded media. Equivalence Principle, Uniqueness Theorem, Reciprocity, Green's functions and Plane wave functions.

ELEC 7320/7326. Advanced Electrodynamics II Link Icon (3) lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 7310.
Cylindrical wave functions. Spherical wave functions. Scattering by cylinders and spheres. Perturbational and variational techniques.

ELEC 7340/7346. Computational Electromagnetics I Link Icon (3) LEC. 3. Pr., ELEC 7310.
Solution of electromagnetic scattering, radiation, and coupling problems using method of moments, finite-difference, finite-element, transmission-line matrix and other advanced computational methods.

ELEC 7350/7356. Computational Electromagnetics II Link Icon (3) LEC. 3. Pr., ELEC 7310.
Solutions of electromagnetic scattering, radiation, and coupling problems using a variety of common asymptotic techniques including geometrical and physical optics (GO/PO), physical theory of diffraction (PTD), geometric theory of diffraction (GTD), and other variations.

ELEC 7410/7416. Stochastic Signal and System Analysis Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., Departmental approval.
Applications of probability, random variables and stochastic processes in electrical engineering.

ELEC 7420/7426. Adaptive Signal Processing Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Coreq., ELEC 7410.
Least mean square and recursive least square algorithms; adaptive FIR and IIR filters, lattice filters, Kalman filters; adaptive system identification and its application in communications and control.

ELEC 7430/7436. Advanced Communication Theory Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 3400.
Principles of modern communication systems. Elements of information theory, source encoding, efficient signaling with coded waveforms, convolutional codes; carrier recovery and synchronization under AGN channel; adaptive equalization; maximum likelihood estimation, Viterbi algorithm.

ELEC 7440/7447. Wireless Communication Theory Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 7410 and ELEC 3400.
The basics of design, analysis and performance limits of wireless communication systems.

ELEC 7450/7457. Digital Image Processing Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., Departmental approval.
Digital image processing principles and applications such as enhancement, restoration and compression.

ELEC 7500/7506. State-Variable Analysis of Systems Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., Departmental approval.
Matrices and linear spaces; state variables for linear continuous and discrete systems; applications in analysis and design of control systems.

ELEC 7520/7526. Advanced Discrete Control Systems Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., Departmental Approval.
Discrete state modeling. Pole assignment and estimation. Multi-rate sampled systems. Non-synchronous sampled systems. MIMO.

ELEC 7560/7566. Nonlinear Systems & Control Link Icon (3) LEC. 3. Pr., ELEC 6500 or departmental approval.
Principles of nonlinear system modeling and analysis: phase-plane analysis, describing functions, Lyapunov stability, Luré regulator problem. Nonlinear control systems design: Lyapunov design, differential geometric methods, variable structure control, integrator backstepping. Nonlinear system state estimation.

ELEC 7610/7616. Power System Dynamics and Stability Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6620, ELEC 6650.
Dynamic models of power systems and analysis of power system stability.

ELEC 7620/7626. Power System Operations Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6620 or departmental approval.
Unit commitment, power system security, state estimation, power system control centers and real-time applications.

ELEC 7630/7636. Advanced Electric Machines Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6630.
Advanced machine modeling, including KronÆs generalized machine theory, ParkÆs transformation, and generalized coordinate tranformations. Derivation of traditional machine models. Machine nonlinearities, including finite element analysis.

ELEC 7640/7646. Power System Transients Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6630.
Transients in electric power systems, including lightning and switching phenonmena. Travelling waves on power transmission lines. Surge arresters, BIL, BSL, line insulation. System modeling.

ELEC 7710/7716. The Field-Effect Transistor Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6710.
Advanced treatment of the modern field-effect transistor: the state-of-the-art, the MOS capacitor, the 4-terminal MOSFET, short and narrow-channel effects, dynamic operation, reliability, scaling theory, modeling, silicon-on-insulator technology, heterostructure devices.

ELEC 7720/7726. The Bipolar Transistor Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6710.
Advanced treatment of the modern bipolar junction transistor: the state-of-the-art, terminal currents, solutions for arbitrary doping profiles, the polysilicon emitter contact, high-injection effects, dynamic operation, device models, heterojunction bipolar transistors.

ELEC 7730/7736. Advanced Plasma Processing for Microelectronic Fabrication Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6750 or departmental approval.
Plasma reactor design and process optimization, plasma assisted etching and deposition processes, plasma assisted oxidation and surface modification processes, plasma polymerization, plasma induced damages to semiconductor devices.

ELEC 7740/7746. Electronics Packaging Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6740 or departmental approval.
Design issues in the packaging of electronics. Emphasis is placed on physical design, electrical performance, thermal characteristics and mechanical stress induced failures.

ELEC 7750/7756. Low-Temperature Electronics Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6710.
Advanced treatment of electronic devices operating at reduced temperatures: the case for cryogenic computers, semiconductor physics at low temperatures, carrier freeze-out, cooled CMOS technology, cooled bipolar technology, superconductors, packaging.

ELEC 7760/7766. Silicon-Based Heterostructure Devices and Circuits Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 5700/6700 or consent of instructor.
Bandgap engineering, strained SiGe and Si, SiGe BiCMOS technology, noise, linearity, circuits applications.

ELEC 7770/7776. Advanced VLSI Design Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr. ELEC 6770 or departmental approval.
Review of CMOS logic circuits; impact of fabrication issues on design; high speed switching circuits; high performance memory structures; advanced clocking strategies and clock distribution; performance optimization; deep submicron design issues; ASIC design flow: logic synthesis, placement and routing; design verification; low power design.

ELEC 7780/7786. RF Microelectronics Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr., ELEC 6780 or departmental approval.
Techniques used in the design of monolithic integrated circuits for RF applications.

ELEC 7800/7806. Advanced Computational Techniques for Electrical Engineering Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr. ELEC 2120, ELEC 3320.
Introduction to high level programming techniques in electrical engineering applications; topics include linear systems analysis, system identification, nonlinear dynamic systems, and electromagnetic applications.

ELEC 7830/7836. Photovoltaics Link Icon (3) Lec. 3. Pr. Departmental approval.
Theory, technology, design and application of photovoltaic devices and systems.

ELEC 7900/7906. Independent Study in Electrical Engineering Link Icon (Credit To Be Arranged, 1 to 3). Pr., departmental approval.
May be taken more than one semester.

ELEC 7950/7956. Electrical Engineering Seminar Link Icon (Credit To Be Arranged, 1 to 3). Pr., departmental approval.
May be taken more than one semester.

ELEC 7970/7976. Special Topics in Electrical Engineering Link Icon (Credit To Be Arranged, 1 to 5). Pr., departmental approval.
May be taken more than one semester.

ELEC 7990. Research and Thesis Link Icon (Credit To Be Arranged).
May be taken more than one semester.




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