  02  TBA   TBA  Arthur  Default  none  0  0  0   
 03  TBA   TBA  Ching  Default  none  0  0  0   
 06  TBA   TBA  Zhang  Default  none  0  0  0   
 07  TBA   TBA  Lew  Default  none  0  0  0   
 09  TBA   TBA  Katz  Default  none  0  0  0   
 10  TBA   TBA  Min  Default  none  0  0  0   
 11  TBA   TBA  Morley  Default  none  0  0  0   
 12  TBA   TBA  Mukai  Default  none  0  0  0   
 13  TBA   TBA  O'Sullivan  Default  none  0  0  0   
 14  TBA   TBA  Pickard  Default  none  0  0  0   
 15  TBA   TBA  Rode  Default  none  0  0  0   
 17  TBA   TBA  Schaettler  Default  none  0  0  0   
 18  TBA   TBA  Shrauner  Default  none  0  0  0   
 19  TBA   TBA  Snyder  Default  none  0  0  0   
 20  TBA   TBA  Spielman  Default  none  0  0  0   
 27  TBA   TBA  Nehorai  Default  none  0  0  0   
 28  TBA   TBA  Yang  Default  none  0  0  0   
 29  TBA   TBA  Li  Default  none  0  0  0   
 30  TBA   TBA  Shen  Default  none  0  0  0   
 31  TBA   TBA  Wang  Default  none  0  0  0   
 32  TBA   TBA  Kurenok  Default  none  0  0  0   
 33  TBA   TBA  Gruev  Default  none  0  0  0   
 34  TBA   TBA  Mell  Default  none  0  0  0   
 35  TBA   TBA  Gonzalez  Default  none  0  0  0   
 36  TBA   TBA  Anastasio  Default  none  0  0  0   
 37  TBA   TBA  Chakrabartty  Default  none  0  0  0   

  01  F  3:00P5:00P  Urbauer / 208  Mukai  No final  24  18  0  Desc:  Limited to 24 students. 
  

  01  F  4:00P5:00P  Urbauer / 15  Gonzalez  No final  40  14  0  Desc:  This class will meet in Urbauer 15. 
  

 Description:  Electron and ion motion, electrical current and voltage. Electrical energy, current, voltage, and circuit elements. Resistors, Ohm's Law, power and energy, magnetic fields and dc motors. Circuit analysis and Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws. Thevenin and Norton transformations and the superposition theorem. Measuring current, voltage, and power using ammeters and voltmeters. Energy and maximum electrical power transfer. Computer simulations of circuits. Reactive circuits, inductors, capacitors, mutual inductance, electrical transformers, energy storage, and energy conservation. RL, RC and RLC circuit transient responses, biological cell action potentials due to Na and K ions. AC circuits, complex impedance, RMS current and voltage. Electrical signal amplifiers and basic operational amplifier circuits. Inverting, noninverting, and difference amplifiers. Voltage gain, current gain, input impedance, and output impedance. Weekly laboratory exercises related to the lectures are an essential part of the course. Prerequisites: Phys 118A. Corequisite: Math 217. 

  01  TR  10:00A11:30A  Brown / 118  Hoven  Dec 20 2016 6:00PM  8:00PM  0  77  0   
 02  TR  8:30A10:00A  Wilson / 214  Hasting  Dec 16 2016 1:00PM  3:00PM  90  63  0   

  01  MWF  10:00A11:00A  Hillman / 60  Hasting  Dec 19 2016 10:30AM  12:30PM  80  72  0   

 Description:  Study of probability and statistics together with engineering applications. Probability and statistics: random variables, distribution functions, density functions, expectations, means, variances, combinatorial probability, geometric probability, normal random variables, joint distribution, independence, correlation, conditional probability, Bayes theorem, the law of large numbers, the central limit theorem. Applications: reliability, quality control, acceptance sampling, linear regression, design and analysis of experiments, estimation, hypothesis testing. Examples are taken from engineering applications. Prerequisites: Math 233 or equivalent. 

  02  TR  11:30A1:00P  Brown / 118  Zhang, J.  Dec 19 2016 1:00PM  3:00PM  90  87  0   

  01  TR  10:00A11:30A  TBA  Course Cancelled  Dec 20 2016 6:00PM  8:00PM  0  0  0   

 Description:  Introduction to concepts and methodology of linear dynamic systems in relation to discrete and continoustime signals. Mathematical modeling. Representation of systems and signals. Fourier, Laplace, and Ztransforms and convolution. Inputoutput description of linear systems: impulse response, transfer function. Timedomain and frequencydomain system analysis: transient and steadystate responses, system modes, stability, frequency spectra and frequency responses. System design: filter, modulation, sampling theorem. Continuity is emphasized from analysis to synthesis.Use of Matlab. Prerequisites: Physics 117A118A, Math 217, matrix addition and multiplication; Corequisite: ESE 318. 

  02  TR  4:00P5:30P  Whitaker / 216  Feher  Dec 21 2016 6:00PM  8:00PM  40  21  0   

  02  TBA   TBA  Arthur  Default  none  0  0  0   
 03  TBA   TBA  Ching  Default  none  0  0  0   
 04  TBA   TBA  Feinstein  Default  none  0  0  0   
 06  TBA   TBA  Zhang, Silvia  Default  none  0  0  0   
 07  TBA   TBA  Lew  Default  none  0  0  0   
 09  TBA   TBA  Katz  Default  none  0  0  0   
 10  TBA   TBA  Min  Default  none  0  0  0   
 11  TBA   TBA  Morley  Default  none  0  0  0   
 12  TBA   TBA  Mukai  Default  none  0  0  0   
 13  TBA   TBA  O'Sullivan  Default  none  0  0  0   
 14  TBA   TBA  Pickard  Default  none  0  0  0   
 15  TBA   TBA  Rode  Default  none  0  0  0   
 16  TBA   TBA  Rodin  Default  none  0  0  0   
 17  TBA   TBA  Schaettler  Default  none  0  0  0   
 18  TBA   TBA  Shrauner  Default  none  0  0  0   
 19  TBA   TBA  Snyder  Default  none  0  0  0   
 20  TBA   TBA  Spielman  Default  none  0  0  0   
 21  TBA   TBA  Tarn  Default  none  0  0  0   
 27  TBA   TBA  Nehorai  Default  none  0  0  0   
 28  TBA   TBA  Yang  Default  none  0  1  0   
 29  TBA   TBA  Li  Default  none  0  0  0   

