Syl-f07-100 - Carnegie Mellon University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 18-100 Introducton to Electrical and Computer

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Carnegie Mellon University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 18-100 Fall 2007 Introducton to Electrical and Computer Engineering Course Syllabus Instructor Tom Sullivan [email protected] Office: HH A-209 x8-3351 PhD Teaching Interns Bryan (Kian Hsiang) Low [email protected] Geoff Overdorff [email protected] Masters Teaching Assistants Nan Li [email protected] Saagar Patel [email protected] Henry Teng [email protected] Jigar Vora [email protected] Undergrad Teaching Assistants Christine Fong [email protected] Mark Hamilton [email protected] Rebecca Levin [email protected] Young Jun Lee [email protected] Colin Taylor [email protected] Course Secretary Marilyn Patete [email protected] Office: HH B-211 x8-8162 Course Web Page We will use the Blackboard system for our Web Page this semester. You should attempt to access the page as soon as possible to ensure that you have access to the course materials. Students are responsible for any information conveyed via announcements made in lecture and/or on the course web page. Absence from class the day of an important announcement does not excuse you from being responsible for that information.
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Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering , 2nd edition, by L. Richard Carley and Pradeep Khosla Lab Manual (required) Accompanying Lab Manual for the text: Robot project. Course Meeting Info: Lectures: Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30 PM – 2:50 PM, PH 100 Recitations and labs: You can attend any recitation that you like, but you MUST go to your assigned Laboratory Section! Section A: Lab M 6:30-9:20 pm, HH A101 Recitation M 11:30 am-12:20 pm, DH 1217 Section B: Lab Tu 6:30 9:20 pm, HH A101 Recitation M 12:30 pm- 1:20 pm, SH 220 Section C: Lab W 6:30 - 9:20 pm, HH A101 Recitation M 1:30 pm- 2:20 pm, WeH7500 Section D: Lab R 6:30 - 9:20 pm, HH A101 Recitation M 2:30 pm- 3:20 pm, PH 226B Section E: Lab F 1:30 - 4:20 pm, HH A101 Recitation M 3:30 pm - 4:20 pm, PH 226A Homework: Doing homework is integral to understanding the course material. Please take the time to do your homework each week. It is weighted fairly high in this course (equivalent to the weight of one exam) to encourage you to work on it. Exams will be difficult if you haven't worked the homework problems. Weekly problem sets will be available on the web page on Tuesday's and will be due at the beginning of lecture on the following Tuesday. No late homework will be accepted (a "late" homework is one that is turned in more than 5 minutes after the scheduled beginning of lecture on the due date), as solutions will be posted to the web page the day the set is due.
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Syl-f07-100 - Carnegie Mellon University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 18-100 Introducton to Electrical and Computer

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