Syllabus - Georgia Institute of Technology School of...

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Georgia Institute of Technology School of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 3040 Microelectronic Circuits Professor: Dr. Alan Doolittle Office : Pettite 208 (note this is erroneously listed in some ECE websites) Work : (404) 894-9884 Home : (770) 707-1302 (before 9 PM unless an emergency) Email: (by far, the best way to communicate with me). Credits : 4 lecture hours, letter, pass/ fail, audit Prerequisites : ECE2030, ECE2040, Math2403, Chem1211 Text : TWO TEXTS Microelectronic Circuit Design, Richard C. Jaeger Semiconductor Device Fundamentals, Robert F. Pierret Some students find helpful: Schematic Capture using Microsim Pspice for Windows, Herniter (3041 text) Web Resources: Official Class Web site: Office Hours : Officially: Mondays 1:30-2:30. Most weeks I hold “open office hours” on Mondays where you can come by for help anytime that is pre-arranged (strongly recommended to insure I am there, preferably by email) or drop by unplanned (no guarantee I will be in my office). All students are strongly encouraged to consult me with any problem, academic, personal or professional! ****************************************************************************** Important Note About ECE3040: All professors and past students recognize this course as a VERY fast paced class. To do well in this class, all students will have to devote many hours to reading, working examples, homework, etc. .. beginning on day one. If you fall behind, it will be very difficult to catch up! Devote time to this class! Previous analysis indicated that regular class attendance, and doing all homework problems is the key to getting an A in this class. Example: Of the people who attempted all homework problems in Spring 2001, 66% got A s and 25% got B s. ******************************************************************************
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Grading Schedule: Grades will be based on a 100 point scale (see note on the final exam below), but bonus points will frequently be awarded. Exams will fall approximately every 5 weeks.
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