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Course: FACULTY 114, Fall 2008
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UMass Boston - ENGINEERIN - 06
2006 ENGINEERS WEEK BOSTONCareer NightDate: Location: Cost: Thursday, March 2, 2006; 4:00 8:00 PM Hyatt Regency Boston Hotel One Avenue de Lafayette Boston, MA, 02111 FREE!Chemical Environmental TelecommunicationsCivil MechanicalElectrical
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EEOS Association Notes May 14th, 2008 End of Semester Partyo Set for Wednesday, May 28th from 3:00-5:00 pm o Foxpoint Pavilion reserved for free from 2:00 -6:00 pm Table will cost extra so will be using whats thereInvitations E-vites to depa
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EEOS Association Notes May 1st, 2008 Student Movie night? o o May do one before end of semester, maybe May 8th If movie night happens, will be movie on horseshoe crabso Between classes and Jane Goodall eventWhale Watch o o o o Pricing will be
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EEOS Association Notes Apr. 17th, 2008 Note: we had many additional people joining our meeting this week. There are students who expressed interest on being involved Student Social time o o o Interest expressed in regular meeting times Regular lu
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EEOS Association Notes March 27th, 2008 Professional Development Talks o Bob Chen Grants/fellowships/internships Dates postponed due to dept. chair search Put on hold for Monday, May 30th? Either do as a brown bag lunch or next semester in a se
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EEOS Association Notes February 13, 2008 Professional Development/ Academic based eventsKristen Kenny, IRB Administrator has agreed to give a talk on Monday April 7 during seminar. Prassede informed Anamarija Frankic. Lisa and Prassede spoke to B
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EEOS Association Notes Jan. 17th, 2008 Professional Development/ Academic based events o Can we take unused Monday seminar slots Prassede will check with Jack Shmoozing/ Networking - Anamarija Grant Writing ORSP Working with human subjects/int
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EEOS Association Notes Nov. 15th, 2007 Winter Solstice Event o Show at Museum of science, 50 minutes, called Winterlight: o Needs to be booked 15 days in advance, dont need money in advance o Chose Dec. 21st as the date o Tickets are \$6, combo sh
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EEOS Association Meeting - October 24, 2007 Present: Lisa Greber Carrie Schuman Denise Ellis Prassede Vella Tricia Lovell Minutes Weekly meetings EEOS Association group Biweekly meetings EEOS students EEOS Association website Prassede to prep
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EEOS Association Meeting - October 2, 2007 Present: Lisa Greber Carrie Schuman Denise Ellis Minutes Ask GSA: Mailbox in GSA office Confirmation on this years budget - \$200.00? Do not need Cubicle space Report on last event EEOS Beach Bash S5.
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Week 1 &amp; 2: -Introduction to Matlab and the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) *Matlab, FFT, noise elimination in signal processing *Discrete-time Fourier Transform in Fortran Project 1: a) Write a code to look at the real and imaginary parts of the FFT of
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Week 3 &amp; 4 -Introduction to numerical algorithms -Finite-Difference in the Time-Domain (FDTD) and the numerical solution of wave equations in 1D -Finite-Difference in the Time-Domain (FDTD) and the numerical solution of Maxwells equations in 2D -Impl
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 September 20, 2007 Today we had the presentations on Project 1. Towards the second half of the class, a more relaxed and cordial atmosphere was achieved, with more questions and interactions that are high encouraged in this course. We hop
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physic 640 Project 2 Sept 25, 2007Today we would like to do: 1) Implement a Fortran code to a) Initialize the propagation with the Gausian pulse b) The 1D FDTD algorithm c)Writing results out into a file *How to write the Fortran code? Look at the
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 September 27, 2007 Write a Matlab code to read in the output file; then plot; then grab frames to make a movies file%Code to read in output file from prop.f and visualize the wave propagation %in 1D %Physics 640 Sept 25, 2007 clear all;
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 2, 2007 To remove a file in UNIX: use rm filenameABSORBING BOUNDARY CONDITIONS (ABC) In the Project 2 code, for the propagation algorithm, we used space indices i=2,nx-1, this means fx(nx,k) is always zero. Our Gaussian pulse di
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 9, 2007Notes for reports: Introduction is important in the report. For example, the essential ingredients of the project should be at least touched on. In Project 2, the FDTD algorithm for 1D wave equation should be presented an
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 9, 2007 Project 3 options (all with animations) 1) Direct extension of FDTD 1D to 2D, surface waves, with ABC (Team 1) How many time instants we will need to initialize? 2, 4, 6? Please discuss this in your report2) FDTD1D for E
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 18, 2007 Project 3 options (all with animations) 1) Direct extension of FDTD 1D to 2D, surface waves, with ABC (Team 1) How many time instants we will need to initialize? 2, 4, 6? Please discuss this in your report2D versus 1D:
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Quarter wavelength absorbing layer:Wave-front propagation
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 25, 2007 Project 4 Week 7 &amp; 8: -Introduction to Molecular Dynamics/Metropolis Algorithm/Monte Carlo Project 4: a) Molecular interactions, execute the Example Program MolDyn for several particles with different initial conditions,
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 30, 2007 Project 4 Week 7 &amp; 8: -Introduction to Molecular Dynamics/Metropolis Algorithm/Monte Carlo Project 4: a) Molecular interactions, execute the Example Program MolDyn for several particles with different initial conditions,
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 November 6, 2007 Project 5 Week 6 &amp; 7: Time-Frequency Analysis Project 5: a) Develop a Matlab code that allows you to recognize a vowel from a recording (wav file) using the Wigner transform. b) Write a Matlab code to demonstrate the adva
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 November 8, 2007 Project 5 Week 6 &amp; 7: Time-Frequency Analysis Project 5: a) Develop a Matlab code that allows you to recognize a vowel from a recording (wav file) using the Wigner transform. b) Write a Matlab code to demonstrate the adva
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 November 13, 2007 I have fixed the perform_wavelet_transform.m; the new version is on the website, please download and use this one. This updated version requires a power of 2 length for 1D and 2D data; and 2D data should also be a square
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Week 1 &amp; 2: -Introduction to Matlab and the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) *Matlab, FFT, noise elimination in signal processing *Discrete-time Fourier Transform in Fortran Project 1: a) Write a code to look at the real and imaginary parts of the FFT of
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Week 3 &amp; 4 -Introduction to numerical algorithms -Finite-Difference in the Time-Domain (FDTD) and the numerical solution of wave equations in 1D -Finite-Difference in the Time-Domain (FDTD) and the numerical solution of Maxwells equations in 2D -Impl
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 September 18, 2008 Some figures submitted as results of Project 1 Part a Part bFigure 1 - Results from part 'b' SNR=1Used Gaussian noise (randn)2 0 -2 -20 100 0 -100 -20 200 0 -200 -20 2 0 -2 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 -15 -10 -5 0 5
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physic 640 Project 2 Sept 23, 2008Today we would like to do: 1) Implement a Fortran code to a) Initialize the propagation with the Gaussian pulse b) The 1D FDTD algorithm c)Writing results out into a file *How to write the Fortran code? Look at the
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 September 25, 2008 Write a Matlab code to read in the output file; then plot; then grab frames to make a movies file%Code to read in output file from prop.f and visualize the wave propagation %in 1D %Physics 640 Sept 25, 2007 clear all;
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 Sept 30, 2008ABSORBING BOUNDARY CONDITIONS (ABC) In the Project 2 code, for the propagation algorithm, we used space indices i=2,nx-1, this means fx(nx,k) is always zero. Our Gaussian pulse dies out as it reaches the right boundary. For
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 7, 2008Notes for reports: Introduction is important in the report. For example, the essential ingredients of the project should be at least touched on. In Project 2, the FDTD algorithm for 1D wave equation should be presented an
UMass Boston - FACULTY - 640
Physics 640 October 9, 2007 Project 3 options (all with animations) 1) Direct extension of FDTD 1D to 2D, surface waves, with ABC (Team 1) How many time instants we will need to initialize? 2, 4, 6? Please discuss this in your report2) FDTD1D for E