Provides an introductory graduate course in optics, presenting the engineering concepts necessary to understand and evaluate electro-optical systems. Covers fundamentals of probabilistic system modeling, building toward techniques that allow analyzing complex stochastic systems in a tractable fashion. 2020-21 Undergraduate PDF 2020-21 College of Professional … Covers a wide range of disciplines, from electronics to mechanics, material properties, microfabrication technology, electromagnetics, and optics. Through a mix of lectures and paper discussions, offers students an opportunity to learn how parallel computing systems work and review recent research related to scalability, energy efficiency, sustainability, resilience, and big data management. Lab hours are arranged. 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. 4 Hours. Topics covered include fundamentals of light propagation in biological tissues, light-matter interactions such as elastic and inelastic scattering; fluorescence and phosphorescence; diagnostic imaging techniques such as confocal fluorescence microscopy, diffuse optical tomography, and optical coherence tomography; and therapeutic interventional techniques, including photodynamic therapy, laser thermal therapies, and fluorescence-guided surgeries. 4 Hours. 2020-21 College of Professional Studies Undergraduate PDF Students are asked to carry out a term project and deliver a presentation about its outcome. Offers dissertation supervision by members of the department. Image Processing and Pattern Recognition. Requires concurrent registration in EECE 5580. EECE 9991. For course descriptions not found in the UC San Diego General Catalog 2019–20, please contact the department for more information. Northeastern ECE faculty and graduate students conduct world-class research at the forefront of electrical and computer engineering. Requires knowledge of basic probability. EECE 7200. Acoustics and Sensing. Introduces emerging energy-harvesting techniques for IC design. 4 Hours. Emphasizes presenting fundamental concepts, essential mathematical formulas and theorems, and engineering applications. 4 Hours. By reducing circuit complexity, critical path delay, and power dissipation at the expense of introducing processing errors in computation, inexact computing is one of the leading emerging paradigms in nanoscale computing. Various topics in linear and nonlinear optics are applied in such areas as birefringent filters, second-harmonic generators, optical parametric oscillators, and acousto-optical beam deflectors. Assistive Robotics. This is the list of courses that the department may offer in a given year. 4 Hours. Emphasizes modern engineering applications of computer vision, graphics, and pattern classification methodologies for data visualization. Covers theory and practice of modern signal processing techniques with emphasis on optimal filtering and multirate signal processing. 4 Hours. Focuses on specific topics in nanophotonics, including silicon photonics; photonic crystals; plasmonics and optical metamaterials, with their diverse applications in optical circuits; imaging; optical trapping; biomedical sensing; and energy harvesting. Arithmetic and Circuit Design for Inexact Computing with Nanoscaled CMOS. Focuses on the various building blocks of analog circuits, their operation, and the underlying principles and techniques, with analysis supplemented by CAD simulation. Big Data and Sparsity in Control, Machine Learning, and Optimization. Full-Time Day Programs. EECE 7213. Examines common types of power system faults. EECE 5686. Covers the structure and implementation of a modular compiler. With four NSF- and DHS-funded research centers and over 20 industrial partners, faculty and students are actively conducting cutting-edge research in areas such as computer vision; pattern recognition and machine learning; brain-computer interface; power systems and power electronics; underwater communication networks and signal processing; robotics; information theory; communications, control, and signal processing; RF, electromagnetics, optics, and magnetic materials; micro/nanomechanical structures and advanced nanomaterials; power-first system/computer architecture; internet-of-things; ultra-low power biomedical and neural circuits and systems. EECE 7245. ECE is one of the highest paid degrees. Thin Film Technologies. EECE 5115. Requires working knowledge of C/C++, algorithms, and data structures. Topics include modeling of information sources; entropy; rate distortion function; lossless and lossy source coding theorems; Huffman coding; Lempel-Ziv algorithm; scalar and vector quantization; digital modulation schemes and their spectral characterization including PAM, MPSK, QAM, OQPSK, MSK, pi/4-QPSK, CPFSK, CPM, and GMSK; and orthogonal, biortogonal, and simplex signaling. Administrative policies, academic curricula, and course descriptions. High-Level Design of Hardware-Software Systems. Introduces relevant topics and concepts in visualization, including computer graphics, visual data representation, physical and human vision models, numerical representation of knowledge and concept, animation techniques, pattern analysis, and computational methods. 4 Hours. This is a security measure to protect our users against spoofed malware messages. EECE 7399. See the current course offerings page for courses offered this semester. Classical Control Systems. Presents concepts with examples from modern optical systems such as LIDAR, fiber-optical sensors, range finders, infrared systems, and optical communication systems. Introduction to Multiferroics Materials and Systems. Emphasizes practical robot applications ranging from disaster response to healthcare to space exploration. Uses finite element and higher-order finite difference methods to solve problems in electrostatics and wave propagation. 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. 2003–2004 Catalog and Course Descriptions . 4 Hours. Students are expected to present their results and findings and submit a written report. Emphasizes the foundations to prepare students for research in machine learning. ECE's graduate program offers a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering Leadership, a Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering. Analog Integrated Circuit Design. Discusses efficient matrix methods, relaxation methods, the conjugate gradient technique, and multidimensional Newton’s method in the context of electromagnetic field simulation. Presents analytical techniques such as basic queuing theory, queuing networks, optimization, stochastic control, and distributed algorithms. Covers magnetism and magnetic materials, their applications in different industries, magnetic devices, and the frontiers of research activities on magnetism and magnetic materials. EECE 5666. 4 Hours. Find Faculty & Staff • Provide tools and techniques needed to analyze and design power conversion circuits that contain switches. The goal of computer vision is to make useful decisions about real physical objects and scenes based on sensed images. EECE 2160. Introduces different modulation techniques. 4 Hours. Culminates with both an individual design project and a team-based final project of considerable complexity. Using system-level design languages (e.g., SpecC, SystemC), offers students an opportunity to specify, simulate, analyze, model, and design hardware-software systems based on examples of typical embedded applications. 4 Hours. Offers a basic treatment of electronic materials from atomic, molecular, and application viewpoints. Siddhartha Ghosh joins the Electrical and Computer Engineering department in January 2021 as an Assistant Professor. Provides ample examples to ensure participants are given an opportunity to fully appreciate the power of the techniques described and to gain extensive experience in the area of high-frequency circuits, from theory formulation to novel engineering designs. This option results in an increase in total hours beyond that required for the master's degree only. We formulate this as a maximization problem … Requires a strong understanding of linear systems, transform techniques, and linear algebra. EECE 7202. Lauren Scornavacca / Northeastern University. ECE 4103. Develops all concepts in the context of concrete biological applications, such as gene regulation, chemical reaction networks and stoichiometry, drug models and PK/PD, receptor/ligand interactions, synthetic constructs, action potential generation, enzymatic reactions, population interactions, epidemiology, epigenetic phenomena including differentiation, and transport, chemotaxis, and diffusion. EECE 5626. ECE … 4 Hours. 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. Advanced Power Electronics. In addition, students have the opportunity to pursue the Gordon Engineering Leadership Program in combination with the Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Reviews phasor diagrams and three-phase circuits; the magnetic aspects including magnetic circuits and permanent magnets; transformers, their equivalent circuits, and performance; principles of electromechanical energy conversion; elementary concepts of rotating machines including rotating magnetic fields; and steady-state theory and performance of induction machines, synchronous machines, and direct current machines. (Course materials and/or program fees may apply.) Topics include modeling and layout of CMOS, bipolar, BiCMOS devices, and passive components; DC building blocks, including precision current and voltage references; performance analysis of signal gain, impedances, and frequency response and speed of basic/compound amplifier structures; architectures of operational amplifiers, including low-voltage, OTAs, and three-stage designs; feedback and performance merits, topologies, instability, and frequency compensation of feedback amplifiers; nonlinear and analog computation IC functions; noise in ICs, physical origins and device modeling , noise circuit analysis, SNR and NF, and techniques for the enhancement of system noise performance. Special topics include spatial frequency reuse; call blocking and cellular system capacity; power control and hand-off strategies; channel access and sharing; orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM—a modulation technique used in WLAN and the fourth-generation [4G] cellular systems) and spread spectrum modulation (third-generation WCDMA systems); diversity techniques and multi-input multi-output (MIMO) signal processing. May be repeated up to four times. ECE MAT Handbook; ECE Practicum II & Student Teaching Handbook ECE 6727. Covers fundamentals of operating systems (OS) design, including theoretical, OS-generic design considerations as well as the practical, implementation-specific challenges in the development of a real OS. Additional topics include the asymptotic behavior of probabilistic systems, including stochastic approximation/Robbins-Monro type algorithms, and ODE/fluid limits. Covers planar transmission lines and coupled lines and their application to important devices and microwave circuit functions and multiport networks using S-parameters, flow graphs, and Smith charts. It may be helpful to save a copy of your audit to reference during registration. Examines fundamental principles of wireless system design, focusing on modern techniques used in cellular systems and wireless local area networks. Topics include all aspects of the system including the microprocessor, memory, I/O, and networking. Starts with the formulation of typical forward problems in electromagnetic and acoustic wave field propagation and scattering, emphasizing biomedical and nondestructive testing applications, and continues with a survey of imaging methodologies including the so-called qualitative imaging methods. Introduces the fundamental techniques and protocols in first- and second-generation, and emerging third-generation, wireless systems. Labs incorporate real field sensors and platforms. Features a research-oriented project that serves as the experiential learning component of the course for gaining hands-on experience in solving real-world problems in parallel computing. 4 Hours. ECE Assistant Professor Xue “Shelley” Lin, in collaboration with Michigan State University Professors Xiaoming Liu and Sijia Liu, received $1M funding from DARPA for their project titled Intelligent Diagnosis for Machine and Human-Centric Adversaries. Course material includes state-of-the-art in the field, current research trends, and algorithms and their applications, with an emphasis on the mathematical methods used. Requires proficiency in the C programming language, the GNU tool set for C programming, and debugging in Unix operating systems. Power Management Integrated Circuits. Starts with a detailed description of three-phase modeling of basic power system elements such as transmission lines, transformers, and generators. Emphasizes performance analysis of adaptive filters under nonstationary conditions; triangular covariance factorization; geometric derivation of RLS adaptive algorithms; a factual knowledge of some basic concepts concerning fundamentals of regularized least squares and the Kalman filter interpretation of the RLS algorithm; IIR (Laguerre-based) lattice configuration; and nonlinear adaptive filtering. Discusses the fundamentals of electromagnetics (Maxwell’s equations, polarization, wave propagations, etc. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's (ECE) graduate program is a dynamic and thriving center of world-recognized research in a wide range of areas. PhD Candidacy Achieved. Covers biomedical optics and discusses the theory and practice of biological and medical applications of lasers. Our goal is to ensure that the education you receive at National University is among the most relevant and rewarding in higher learning. EECE 7204. EECE 9000. Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Sensing (4) The third part covers applications of sensor networks technology to many challenging problems of our times, including cyber- physical systems, smart cities, smart transportation systems, and underwater sensing systems. At Northeastern, the Master of Science, MS, degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering can be pursued full-time or part-time. The latter half of the course deals with an introduction to state-of-the-art electronic materials, including semiconductor nanoelectronics, magnetic semiconductors and Spintronics, molecular electronics, carbon nanotubes, conducting polymers, graphene and graphane, and other topics representing recent technological breakthroughs in the area of electronic materials. EECE 7201. Reviews methods for dealing with both large and high-dimensional data sets, emphasizing distributed implementations. Addresses novel applications of analytical and engineering techniques for RF/Microwave Circuits. Requires a working knowledge of C programming language. System Identification and Adaptive Control. 4 Hours. Computational Methods in Electromagnetics. Mobility of devices and end-users has behavioral implications at all layers of the Internet protocol stack, from the MAC layer up through the application layer. 617.373.7529 EECE 7336. Dissertation Term 1. Delves into the protocol stack following a top-down approach, covering the application layer (with Internet applications); the transport layer, with its functions and services (e.g., the TCP protocol); the network layer, with a discussion on forwarding and routing and the IP protocol; and the data link layer, with an emphasis on multiaccess. 4 Hours. Explores differential signal processing, operational amplifiers, operational transconductance amplifiers, and common-mode feedback circuits. EECE 5610. Offers analytical and/or experimental work conducted under the auspices of the department. Covers all aspects of VLSI design and engineering including VLSI design methodology; MOS transistors and circuits; CAD tools to create, extract, simulate, and evaluate physical layouts; CMOS fabrication process; evaluation and optimization of circuit area, power consumption, and propagation delay; CAD tools to design CMOS systems with standard cells; system clocking design and evaluation; the characteristics and limitations of CAD tools, such as simulation, placement, and routing; VLSI testing, fault models, test vector generation, and design for testability; design projects going through a complete VLSI design cycle; and a research project targeting a specific area of VLSI engineering. ECE 4209. Printed Copy of Catalogs: A bound, printed copy of the Northeastern University catalogs (undergraduate, graduate, and College of Professional Studies undergraduate) may be purchased from NU Reprographics. A large component of the class involves programming in both the ROS and LCM environments with real field robotics sensor data sets. Northeastern’s ECE department is the host or major partner in nine state-of-the-art research centers. Covers accelerating scientific and other applications on computer clusters, many-core processors, and graphical processing units (GPUs). Topics include Bayes decision theory, maximum likelihood parameter estimation, model selection, mixture density estimation, support vector machines, neural networks, probabilistic graphics models, and ensemble methods (boosting and bagging). NEU 310 | SEMINAR IN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY | 4 quarter hours (Undergraduate) Linear Systems Analysis. Introduces basics of radio propagation and studies their effect on communication signals. 4 Hours. Finishes with design and performance of microwave oscillators. Select a Catalog Jan 07, 2021 HELP. Cyber Security Practicum. EECE 7244. 409 Dana Research Center 617.373.7529 617.373.4431 (fax) . Examines the electronic properties of semiconductors, dielectric, magnetic, superconducting, and optical materials. 4 Hours. Introduces processing and analysis of digital images with the goal of recognition of simple pictorial patterns. The course is leading designed by Dave Malouf and Spell Yu. Topics covered include parallel computer architecture, parallel programming models, and theories of computation, as well as models for many-core processing. Reviews applications of complex variable theory drawn from optics and electromagnetic theory and from digital signal processing and digital communications. Fundamentals of Computer Engineering. Covers special topics in electrical and computer engineering. Introduction to Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition. A project is assigned that involves the creation of a trace-driven simulation model to study the performance of various hardware or software architectural features. Presents power management circuits with a focus on modern system on a chip (SoC). Special Problems in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Investigates the what (modeling), how (design), and why (analysis) of assistive robotics through the use of model-based design process. Search catalog Submit. Early Childhood Education (MA or MEd) Graduate Master's College of Education. Topics may include kinematics, dynamics, numerical methods, state estimation, control, perception, localization and mapping, and motion planning for mobile robots. Presents the theory and practice of modern signal processing techniques. May be repeated once. EECE 5612. 4 Hours. Designed to familiarize students with advanced power electronic circuits. Emphasizes linear quadratic optimization, H2 control, H-infinity control, and mu-synthesis. Statistical Inference: An Introduction for Engineers and Data Analysts. Topics include linear operators and their representations; matrices, algebraic equations, equivalence, and similarity transformations; introduction to the state-variable theory of continuous and discrete linear systems; standard canonical representations, the concept of state, and the representation of interconnected systems, linear spaces, the state equations, and their solution; stability; and introduction to the general control problem in terms of controllability and observability. Wireless Communication Systems. Analysis of Unbalanced Power Grids. Studies simulation and performance evaluation in computer systems. Covers fundamental algebraic concepts and algebraic structures. Covers advanced issues in designing high-performance computing and data storage systems. Please email nucopycenter@northeastern.edu for details. Discusses phase plane analysis for nonlinear systems. Examines the actual sensors and mathematical techniques for robotic sensing and navigation with a focus on sensors such as cameras, sonars, and laser scanners. Requires a Bachelor of science in engineering or physics. 4 Hours. Considers the efficient generation of optimal solutions, the development and evaluation of heuristics, and the computation of tight upper and lower bounds. EECE 7393. 4 Hours. Also addresses compensator design based on root-locus and frequency response, and modern control system design using state-variable feedback. 4 Hours. Offers an up-to-date account of the strategies utilized in state estimation of electric power systems. ); quantum mechanics; and typical nanofabrication and characterization techniques. Also introduces students to the problems and current research in the provision of quality of service (QoS) in wireless networks. EECE 7377. Course lectures will be available online for remote students. Designed for students with primary interests in power conditioning, control applications, and electronic circuits, but it could prove useful for designers of high-performance computers, robots, and other electronic and electromechanical (mechatronic) systems in which the dynamical properties of power supplies become important. ECE 4155. If time permits, covers three-phase ac-ac converters and soft switching techniques, as well. ECE Assistant Professor Yanzhi Wang received multiple funding and gift awards from industry, including DiDi USA, Kwai USA, Snap Inc., Perception Inc., and Tencent USA. Nanophotonics is one very important research area in nanotechnology. EECE 7370. Topics include random variables and their functions; PDF, PMF, and CDF notions; statistical averages; moments and characteristic functions; multiple random variables; joint and conditional PDF and PMF; multiple functions of random variables; correlation and covariance; mean squared estimation of random variables; Markov, Chebychev, and Chernov inequalities; various notions of convergence of random variable sequences; laws of large numbers; central limit theorem; and large deviation theory. Concludes with current topics including networks analysis/modeling, physical layer/cross-layer design, emerging technologies, and mobility. Introduces the analysis and design of classical control systems. 4 Hours. Computer Hardware Security. Wireless Sensor Networks and the Internet of Things. Covers topics from the course through various experiments. Examines how mobility affects networks, systems, and applications. 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115 • … Digital Communications. 0 Hours. Focuses on fundamental concepts of computer networks with a particular focus on the Internet. 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Scalable and Sustainable System Design. Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing. EECE 7312. So far he’s had a co-op at Starry, an internet startup, and Amazon Robotics as a firmware engineer, and feels this experience will give him a decent leg up. 4 Hours. Covers fundamentals of digital communications and coding and the basic structure of a communication system. EECE 5580. 4 Hours. Offers students an opportunity to obtain practical knowledge in computer vision and to develop skills for being a successful researcher in this field. 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. Begins with a brief but rigorous treatment of geometric optics, including matrix methods, aberrations, and pupils and windows, with practical examples of optical instruments and electro-optical systems. 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