Covers the fundamentals of vacuum technology, thin film deposition technologies, characterization technologies, their applications in different industries, and the frontiers of research activities on thin film deposition technologies. RF Circuit Design and Wireless Systems. Also addresses compensator design based on root-locus and frequency response, and modern control system design using state-variable feedback. EECE 5554. Uses moment methods to solve the integral equations related to currents and charges on wire structures. EECE 5698. ; and different thin film characterization technologies, in particular the magnetic thin film characterization technologies, including VSM, PPMS, FMR, MOKE, etc. 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. High-Level Design of Hardware-Software Systems. 4 Hours. 617.373.7529 Other topics include coding systems, linear block codes, soft and hard decision decoding, performance of linear block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes, Viterbi decoding, error probability bounds, concatenated codes, MAP decoding, Trellis code modulation, communication over band-limited channels, ISI, Nyquist conditions, raised cosine signaling, partial response signaling, equalization techniques, linear adaptive equalization, decision feedback equalizers, maximum likelihood sequence detection, and communication over fading channels. EECE 7352. EECE 5627. Concepts of electrical and computer engineering including: ciruit analysis, fundamental electromagnetics, electronic devices, sensors, communication, digital logic, programming, numerous practical applicaitons; laboratory. Recognizes that system complexities are growing exponentially, driven by ever-increasing application demands and technological advances that allow one to put complete multiprocessor systems on a chip (MPSoCs). Examples emphasize concepts introduced in EECE 5580, such as system response to stimuli, stability, and robustness. EECE 7346. 4 Hours. Provides a broad overview of power system operation and the role of state estimation in overall energy management. Handbooks & Materials for Candidates. Basic concepts include general definitions and network organization. May be repeated without limit. Website. Presents methods to calculate fault currents and postfault bus voltages. 4 Hours. Computer vision is an exciting but disorganized field that builds on very diverse disciplines such as image processing, statistics, pattern recognition, control theory, system identification, physics, geometry, computer graphics, and learning theory. Select a Catalog Jan 07, 2021 HELP. Data Visualization. EECE 5686. 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. Digital Communications. Throughout the General Catalog, and in every class offered at National University, you will see a consistent focus on quality and an ongoing commitment to incorporating current subject matter into our curricula. Uses linear mean square estimation concepts to explore some important areas of statistical and adaptive signal processing. Presents power management circuits with a focus on modern system on a chip (SoC). System models are essential to four key aspects of the assistive robot design process: derivation of executable specifications, hardware and software design based on simulations, implementation by code generation, and continuous testing and verification. Presents solutions to problems in electromagnetics using a wide variety of numerical and computational methods. Provides an introductory graduate course in optics, presenting the engineering concepts necessary to understand and evaluate electro-optical systems. ECE’s graduate program educates MS and PhD students with deep fundamental and practical knowledge in the various disciplines of electrical and computer engineering by offering a strong curriculum and providing opportunities for research in these disciplines. As time permits, discusses basic notions of estimation and properties of estimators, unbiased and minimum variance estimation, CRLB, sufficient statistics, consistency of estimators, basic notions of discrete and continuous-time random processes, mean and autocorrelation function, WSS and cyclo-stationary processes, ergodicity of random processes, and other topics. Covers the structure and implementation of a modular compiler. Introduces fundamental concepts and approaches for the analysis and design of data networks. EECE 2160. Optimization problems arise ubiquitously in all areas of engineering and science. EECE 7247. EECE 7297. [email protected]; 617.373.2300; 617.373.5351 (fax); Mailing Address Northeastern University ATTN: Office of the Registrar, 230-271 May be repeated without limit. EECE 7250. EECE 7337. Emphasizes presenting fundamental concepts, essential mathematical formulas and theorems, and engineering applications. Topics may include kinematics, dynamics, numerical methods, state estimation, control, perception, localization and mapping, and motion planning for mobile robots. Focuses on data center scale system design issues. Includes attendance at Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS). Wireless Communication Systems. Explores state-space, time-domain techniques for analyzing and designing optimal and robust linear control systems. Identification is the process of mathematically modeling a system based on measurement data that may be limited or uncertain. Modeling and Simulation of Power System Transients. Offers students an opportunity to conduct full-time research under faculty supervision. Accompanies EECE 5684. Topics include polarization, interference, diffraction, and optical properties of crystals, thin films, optical resonators, guided waves, modulators, and detectors. Studies machine learning (the study and design of algorithms that enable computers/machines to learn from experience/data). Covers common programming, configuration, and design mistakes and examines possible protection and detection techniques.Uses examples to highlight general error classes. 4 Hours. EECE 5638. EECE 7376. EECE 7345. Uses finite element and higher-order finite difference methods to solve problems in electrostatics and wave propagation. Introduction to Software Security. CS 7140 and EECE 7397 are cross-listed. 4 Hours. Statistical Inference: An Introduction for Engineers and Data Analysts. Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Communication. EECE 7228. Introduction to Multiferroics Materials and Systems. Site Menu DPU Shortcuts Programs; Undergraduate Core. Introduces basics of radio propagation and studies their effect on communication signals. Covers the practical aspects of control systems design through lab experiments. Comprises the theory of functions of a complex variable. 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. Covers topics from the course through various experiments. Introduces fundamental theoretical and algorithmic concepts behind numerical optimization theory for objective functions with finite numbers of parameters. May be repeated once. Our goal is to ensure that the education you receive at National University is among the most relevant and rewarding in higher learning. EECE 7364. Emergency Information • ECE 115. EECE 7202. Combinatorial Optimization. Addresses some advanced design techniques, such as linearity improvement methods, frequency compensation, and digitally assisted performance tuning. ECE 4265. Complex Variable Theory and Differential Equations. Offers students an opportunity to obtain a fundamental understanding of the property and manipulation of light at the nanoscale. Advanced Power Electronics. Mobile and Wireless Networking. 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. 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. EECE 7399. Topics include practical examples based on LLVM, a popular intermediate language specification and tool chain. 4 Hours. Covers fundamentals of probability and stochastic processes with applications to estimation and queuing theory. 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 common types of power system faults. Introduces different modulation techniques. 4 hours. Image Processing and Pattern Recognition. Assistive Robotics. The course relies on the use of Matlab in projects. Topics include signals, systems, and transforms in two dimensions; design and analysis of FIR and IIR filters; DFT and FFT algorithms; generation of digital image from the source; image digitizers and display devices; image transforms; techniques for point-wise, local, and global image enhancement; statistical image restoration techniques including recursive estimation; image coding techniques in spatial and transform domain including coding for facsimile transmission; and feature analysis. Covers basic programming and analysis methods and the formulation and solution of a wide range of computer engineering problems. 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. Touch base with your advisor to discuss which classes you should take in the next semester. Human-centered computing is an emerging technology that utilizes the intrinsic physiological or behavioral traits of individuals for machine-based automatic and reliable identification. Examines the actual sensors and mathematical techniques for robotic sensing and navigation with a focus on sensors such as cameras, sonars, and laser scanners. Focuses on fundamental concepts of computer networks with a particular focus on the Internet. EECE 7310. Requires a good understanding of linear systems, transform techniques, linear algebra, and random processes. 4 Hours. Additional topics include the asymptotic behavior of probabilistic systems, including stochastic approximation/Robbins-Monro type algorithms, and ODE/fluid limits. Examines the electronic properties of semiconductors, dielectric, magnetic, superconducting, and optical materials. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. 4 Hours. EECE 7203. Studies the principles of inexact (approximate) computing through arithmetic and circuit design. EECE 9990. Covers topics in advanced machine learning. EECE 5115. May be repeated up to four times. 2020-21 Graduate PDF Northeastern’s ECE department is the host or major partner in nine state-of-the-art research centers. Covers fundamentals of digital communications and coding and the basic structure of a communication system. Focuses on graphical models, latent variable models, Bayesian inference, and nonparametric Bayesian methods. 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. Computer vision is an exciting field that builds on very diverse disciplines such as image processing, statistics, pattern recognition, control theory and system identification, physics, geometry, computer graphics, and machine learning. Requires knowledge of basic probability. Devotes the last third of the semester largely to projects involving design of MEMS devices to specifications in a realistic fabrication process. 4 Hours. Dave Malouf is the co-founder of Interaction Design Association (IxDA), the founder of Interaction Design program at Savannah College of Art and Design(SCAD), has concentrated on education in Interaction … Studies microwave filters, narrowband and broadband amplifiers, their gain and stability, impedance matching, and noise performance, as well as mixers and frequency-conversion techniques. Requires an undergraduate course in communications systems. Covers magnetism and magnetic materials, their applications in different industries, magnetic devices, and the frontiers of research activities on magnetism and magnetic materials. Dissertation Continuation. Reviews pertinent linear systems concepts and discusses connections with a geometric intuition relating quadratic optimization to projections. 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. 4 Hours. See the current course offerings page for courses offered this semester. 4 Hours. Requires proficiency in the C programming language, the GNU tool set for C programming, and debugging in Unix operating systems. Students have the option to participate in a hands-on co-op experience through the Master of Science in Information Systems. ECE Fundamentals III. Includes hands-on exercises and class exercises around challenges defined by the instructor or by guest lecturers. Covers biomedical optics and discusses the theory and practice of biological and medical applications of lasers. Siddhartha Ghosh joins the Electrical and Computer Engineering department in January 2021 as an Assistant Professor. Requires a strong understanding of linear systems, transform techniques, and linear algebra. Covers analysis and design of ICs for high-speed communications and mixed-signal processing. Studies several classes of devices including inertial measurement devices, pressure sensors, rf components, and optical MEMS. Modeling large and complex systems requires reasoning about probabilistic behavior at a large scale. EECE 5640. The Graduate School of Engineering at Northeastern is a top-ranked and highly selective R1 research university, with an innovative educational approach that combines rigorous academics with experiential learning, including our signature cooperative education program. Find Faculty & Staff • Covers topics from the course through various experiments. Topics include general theory of wave-guides and resonators with application to the cylindrical geometry; dielectric rod wave-guide; optical fibers; radiation; linear antennas; loop antenna; linear arrays; ray optics; scattering and diffraction of waves for planar, cylindrical, and spherical geometries; and effects of random media. Embedded Design: Enabling Robotics. Offers a basic treatment of electronic materials from atomic, molecular, and application viewpoints. Students have the opportunity to pursue the Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering Leadership (MSECEL) along with the Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership. 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. 2020-2021 Undergraduate Course Catalog Courses Print-Friendly Page (opens a new window) Facebook this Page (opens … High-Performance Computing. Experiential Learning. 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. Students enrolled in a master's degree have the opportunity to also pursue one of the many engineering graduate certificate options in addition to or in combination with the MS degree. Students who do not meet course prerequisites may seek permission of instructor. Early Childhood Education (ECE) ECE 530 Preschool Curriculum/Methods 3 Credit hours Historical and contemporary curriculum and methods for preschool children with emphasis on current best practices. Examines fundamental principles of wireless system design, focusing on modern techniques used in cellular systems and wireless local area networks. Design of Analog Integrated Circuits with Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Technology. Topics encompass the state-of-the-art research fronts such as hardware support for system security, hardware implementations of security primitives, physical attacks and tamper resistance, analysis and practices of side-channel attacks and countermeasures, security for RFID tags, physically unclonable functions, design for hardware trust, hardware Trojan detection and localization, etc. 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). EECE 7393. EECE 7240. EECE 7397. 4 Hours. These could include writing a compelling technical paper or a winning proposal for external funding, making a compelling oral presentation for a job interview or thesis defense, or presenting arguments to a CEO about strategic directions for a complex project. Continues EECE 7202. EECE 7270. 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. Concludes with current topics including networks analysis/modeling, physical layer/cross-layer design, emerging technologies, and mobility. Offers continued dissertation work conducted under the supervision of a departmental faculty member. 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. EECE 7323. Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Sensing (4) Simulation and Performance Evaluation. Not all courses in the catalog are offered every year. Focuses on how to think through and develop critical materials that have high-stakes impact. EECE 5155. 409 Dana Research Center 617.373.7529 617.373.4431 (fax) . Indicates successful completion of program requirements for PhD candidacy. 4 Hours. Discusses fundamental issues of adaptive identification and control, such as stability of adaptive systems, convergence, persistent excitation, and robustness. Optics for Engineers. EECE 7312. 4 Hours. Designed to familiarize students with advanced power electronic circuits. Emphasizes linear quadratic optimization, H2 control, H-infinity control, and mu-synthesis. Advanced Magnetic Materials—Magnetic Devices. EECE 7204. Presents the theory and practice of modern signal processing techniques. Covers noncoherent detection and DPSK systems and their performance. Covers theory and practice of modern signal processing techniques with emphasis on optimal filtering and multirate signal processing. 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. 4 Hours. Addresses novel applications of analytical and engineering techniques for RF/Microwave Circuits. 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. 4 Hours. 2000–2001 Catalog and Course Descriptions . 4 Hours. 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. Digital Signal Processing. Covers design and modeling of architectures, communication protocols, and algorithms for wireless sensor networks. 4 Hours. The second part covers dynamics and control of this class of systems, enabling students to design controllers for a variety of power converters and motion control systems. Then presents fundamentals of three-phase circuit analysis in the steady state, both for balanced and unbalanced operating conditions. Topics covered include parallel computer architecture, parallel programming models, and theories of computation, as well as models for many-core processing. Introduces topics such as image formation, segmentation, feature extraction, matching, shape recovery, dynamic scene analysis, and object recognition. Discusses in detail the finite difference approximations of partial differential equations and the finite difference time-domain method of simulating electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering. The primary educational missions of the electrical and computer engineering department are to educate undergraduate students so they have the opportunity to obtain successful careers in electrical and computer engineering and related disciplines, and pursue advanced study such as graduate study in engineering or related disciplines, and to educate graduate students so they can make meaningful contributions to research and industry. 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. Two Dimensional Signal and Image Processing. Covers single-phase and three-phase rectifiers and inverters, including their principles of the operation, design, analysis, and applications. EECE 7201. EECE 7400. Special Problems in Electrical and Computer Engineering. 4 Hours. This option results in an increase in total hours beyond that required for the master's degree only. EECE 7244. Accompanies EECE 7240. After completing this course, the successful student should be able to design, characterize, choose, or specify power-management circuits or ICs for a system. EECE 5652. Antennas and Radiation. Microelectronic Integrated Circuit Fabrication Laboratory. EECE 5580. Dissertation Term 1. 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. 4 Hours. Covers the fundamentals of parallel machine-learning algorithms, tailored specifically to learning tasks involving large data sets. myNortheastern • Find Faculty & Staff • Find A-Z • Emergency Information • Search. EECE 7224. 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts 02115 • … Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing. 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