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Unformatted text preview: School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Projected Schedule of Graduate Courses Bioengineering Credits Summer 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011 ECE 6200 - Biomedical Applications of MEMS 3-0-3 X ECE 6780 - Medical Image Processing (cross-listed in Digital Signal Processing) 3-0-3 video video ECE 6786 - Medical Imaging Systems (cross-listed in Digital Signal Processing) 3-0-3 X X ECE 6787 - Quantitative Electrophysiology 3-0-3 X X Information Processing Models in Neural Systems 3-0-3 ST Computer Engineering Credits Summer 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011 ECE 6100 - Advanced Computer Architecture 3-0-3 video X video X ECE 6101 - Parallel & Distributed Computer Arch 3-0-3 video X ECE 6102 - Dependable Distributed Systems 3-0-3 X ECE 6110 - CAD for Computer Communication Netw 2-3-3 X X ECE 6120 - Automata Theory 3-0-3 ECE 6121 - Combinatorial Strategies for Engineers 3-0-3 ECE 6130 - Advanced VLSI Systems 3-0-3 X X ECE 6132 - Computer-Aided System Design 3-0-3 X ECE 6133 - Physical Design Automation VLSI Sys 3-0-3 X X ECE 6140 - Digital Systems Test 3-0-3 video video ECE 6276 - DSP Hardware Systems Design (cross-listed in Digital Signal Processing) 2-3-3 X X ECE 6277 - DSP Software Systems Design (cross-listed in Digital Signal Processing) 2-3-3 X X ECE 7102 - RISC Architectures 3-0-3 ECE 7131 - Asynchronous and Self Timed Systems 3-0-3 ECE 7141 - Advanced Digital Systems Test 2-3-3 X ECE 7142 - Fault Tolerant Computing 3-0-3 video CAD for DFM 3-0-3 ST Embedded Video Surveillance Systems 2-3-3 ST, video Polymorphic and Multi-Core Computer Architecture 3-0-3 ST The following table lists the ECE graduate courses currently projected to be offered at the Atlanta campus and through the video/internet distance education program. Classes taught at GT-Lorraine, GT-Savannah, SJTU, or as part of study abroad programs are not listed. ? = course may be offered in this term, based on prior years' schedules ST = special topic course (offered as ECE 88xx) video = course offered via video/internet in addition to on-campus section The projected schedule of classes is normally updated during Spring semester each year. The projected schedule for the coming year (2009-10) is fairly certain; changes will be reflected in the registration schedule for each term. The projected schedule for 2010-11 is preliminary and is likely to be modified in spring 2010....
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course EE 441 taught by Professor Neely during the Fall '08 term at USC.
- Fall '08