Course info 2015 spring - EE113 Digital Signal Processing...

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When and where: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00 PM-3:50 PM – MS 5200 Instructor: Prof. Mihaela van der Schaar, Office: Engineering IV, Rm. 58-109E Email: [email protected] (please only use this email) Website: http://www.ee.ucla.edu/faculty-van-der-schaar.htm Teaching Assistants: Kartik Ahuja ([email protected]) and Onur Atan ([email protected]) Office hours : Tuesday 10am-11am (TA: Onur Atan) Tuesday 12.45pm-1.45pm (Instructor) Wednesday 11am-12pm (TA: Onur Atan) Thursday 4pm-5pm (Instructor) Friday 1:30pm-3:30pm (TA: Kartik Ahuja) Note: TA office hours taken by Onur Atan will be held in 1802 Life Science Building (LSB). TA office hours taken by Kartik Ahuja will be held in 1804 Life Science Building (LSB). Office hours information We strongly encourage you to come to our office hours! Bring your questions and learn from other students' questions. Office hours serve as unstructured problem sessions. Problem statements will be clarified for the problem set you are currently working on, but these problems will not be discussed in detail. A full discussion of solutions will be given for problem sets after they have been submitted. Questions from the lectures will also be answered. When you talk to the instructor or TAs during office hours or after the lecture, please introduce yourself so that we can learn your names before the end of the quarter. Lectures and office hours are intended to be interactive. Do not be afraid to ask questions! Your feedback about all aspects of the course will be highly appreciated!! Discussion Sections : Disc 1A Monday 12:00pm-12:50pm (TA: Onur Atan) 5420 Boelter Hall Disc 1B Wednesday 12:00pm-12:50pm (TA: Onur Atan) 5420 Boelter Hall Disc 1C Friday
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