InstructorsPolicy_pd_Spring_2007_3 - ENGE1104 INSTRUCTORS...

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ENGE1104 INSTRUCTOR’S POLICY SHEET ` Fall 2007 COURSE DIRECTOR: Tom Walker INSTRUCTOR: Parhum Delgoshaei EMAIL: [email protected] OFFICE: 303 Femoyer Hall PHONE: (The phone number shown above will only be available during office hours.) OFFICE HOURS (if these don’t work for you, please feel free to make an appointment): OFFICE HOURS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM *********** 4:00 PM *********** 4:30 PM *********** 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM Any student with special needs or circumstances should feel free to meet with me during office hours or by appointment. Students who requiring special accommodations must notify me with appropriate documentation by the end of the first week of the course so that I can plan accordingly. Course Learning Objectives: Having successfully completed this course, the student will be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the engineering design process Demonstrate a basic level of understanding of project management methods Communicate engineering information in formal written and oral reports Participate in the successful completion of a group design project Identify common and distinguishing issues arising in computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering Describe the basics of computer organization and Boolean algebra Compare analog and digital representations for signals Apply simple schemes for encoding and transmitting common data streams such as numeric and character data, sounds, and images Describe the development and fundamentals of networking and internetworking Demonstrate the ability to write computer programs for engineering analysis using Matlab and LabVIEW Course Policies: Required textbooks: 1. Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers, Theory, Concepts, and Practice by Ford & Coulston 2. Engineering Our Digital Future by Orsak and others Required computer hardware and software: All students must own a laptop computer meeting the College of Engineering computer specifications in effect for the year that they entered the College. Students must also own and install the following software for this course: MATLAB V7.0, MS OFFICE, MS VISIO PRO, ADOBE ACROBAT READER, LabVIEW v8.2, DyKnow
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Required computer operability and availability: All students will be required to bring their laptops to class for every scheduled meeting of the class unless the instructor specifically rescinds that requirement for a specified class meeting. It is expected that the required software and hardware will be in full operating order during these meetings. The student’s computer operability and readiness is his/her sole responsibility and will not be an excuse for missed work. Computer viruses:
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENGE 1114 taught by Professor Twknott during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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