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1100ClassNotesSet01v22 - ECE 1100: Introduction to...

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ECE 1100: Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering Dr. Dave Shattuck Associate Professor, ECE Dept. Lecture Notes – Set #1 Shattuck@uh.edu 713 743-4422 W326-D3 Slides adapted in part from lectures by Len Trombetta
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Handouts Everyone should have: ECE 1100 Syllabus Grade Posting Form (optional) Where do you get these lecture note files? You can get them from the World Wide Web (WWW) at http://www.egr.uh.edu/courses/ECE1100/SectionShattuck/ShattuckLectureNotes/
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What’s the Letter About? You got a letter if the university computer thinks you are missing the course requisites. ECE 1100: CFORI requisite is Math 1431 (Calc I) CFORI = C redit F or O r R egistration I n If you got a letter you must respond to it by: Showing that you DO have credit for Calc I, Adding Calc I, OR Getting a waiver approved If you do not respond by the deadline, you will be dropped! Whatever you do, return the letter.
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What’s This Course About? - Introduction to ECE and to Engineering Preparation for Success in Engineering Engineering Ethics - Introduction to Basic Circuit Theory - Complex Numbers and Arithmetic In-class discussion Reading in Landis, Studying Engineering Visits from selected guests Small Project Short paper
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Syllabus Objectives Community building - Students make up a supportive learning community by getting to know other students in the class, learning collaborative study techniques, and becoming familiar with the numerous student organizations.
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Syllabus Objectives Professional development - Students are motivated by a clear understanding of ECE as a profession and of the areas of study within the Department of ECE. Students conduct themselves ethically and in a professional manner at all times.
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Syllabus Objectives Academic success strategies - Students know about and put into practice positive attitudes and productive behaviors that will result in academic success.
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Syllabus Objectives Orientation - Students understand how the Department, College, and University work and how best to take advantage of the resources available to them. Students learn about the field of ECE by studying introductory material in that area, and by building a simple project as a part of a team.
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Grading Grades (S/U) will be determined by the following. In-class assignments In-class exams (3) Homework assignments Projects and Papers Requirements for grade of S: Minimum overall average of 60% Minimum of 50% average on exams
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Some Basic Resources… The ECE Department: Office: N308 D; Phone: (713) 743-4400 Chair: Dr. Fritz Claydon, FClaydon @uh.edu; N325-D; Phone: (713) 743-4440 Director of Undergraduate Studies: Dr. Betty Barr; Barr@uh.edu ; N311-D; Phone: (713) 743-4450 The Engineering Dean’s office: Office: E421-D3; Phone: (713) 743-4200 Dean: Dr. Ray Flumerfelt Assoc. Dean for Undergraduate Programs: Dr. Larry Witte; Witte@uh.edu ; E421-D3; Phone: (713) 743-4204
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