Unit 0 -Course Introduction

Unit 0 -Course Introduction - Welcome to UT Whats the...

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1 1 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering EE302 Dr. Ariane Beck 2 Welcome to UT! What’s the Mission of UT? To transform lives for the benefit of society through the core values of learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity and responsibility. 3 Cockrell School of Engineering Mission Statement Create knowledge that produces technology innovation through leading-edge disciplinary and interdisciplinary research. Educate engineers to be future leaders in technology, engineering industries, business, and other professions, and to thrive in a globally competitive environment. Distribute knowledge generated through research by developing an entrepreneurial ecosystem, strategic research engagement with industry in the United States and internationally, and life-long engineering education. 4 Cockrell School of Engineering Undergraduate Program Ranked 9th by U. S. News and World Report Best engineering college within 1000 miles Dean Dr. Gregory Fenves Engineering Office of Student Affairs ECJ 2.200 Good source of help 5 The ECE Department The mission of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is to produce graduates who will help make Texas the foremost electrical/ electronics/computer industrial center in the world, to create significant individual and industrial growth opportunities, and to be recognized as one of the premier electrical and computer engineering departments in the US. 6 The ECE Department Department Rankings by US News and World Report: Comp. Engr. – 7 th /9th EE – 11 th /9th Chairman of the Department Dr. Tony Ambler Dr. Ahmed Tewfik (after Oct. 1) Undergraduate Advisor Dr. John Pearce Undergraduate Advising Office ENS 143 Start here with problems
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2 7 My Background BS, MS, PhD The University of Texas at Austin, Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Tech Area Electronic Materials and Devices (now called Nanotechnology) Graduate Research Solid State Electronics technical track Studied III-V semiconductors, wide-bandgap semiconductors, Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs), Single-Photon Counting Professional UT ECE Assistant Chairman 8 EE 302 Instructor: Professor Ariane Beck [email protected] Please put EE302 in the subject line Office Hours: MW 3:00-4:30PM, subject to change By appointment Office: ENS 238 Telephone: 232-3379 Prerequisites: Credit for or current enrollment in M 408C or M408K. Course Website: http://courses.utexas.edu 9 Textbook for EE302 Required text: Circuits, Ulaby and Maharbiz This is the same text that you will use for EE411. Chapter One: http://www.ntspress.com/ publications/circuits/inside-the-book/sample- chapter/ 10 Textbook for EE302 Required Lab Equipment: MyDAQ (you will use this in later courses as well). 11
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