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Electrical and Computer EngineeringELECTRICAL AND COMPUTERENGINEERINGContact InformationElectrical and Computer Engineeringhttps://www.ece.rice.edu/A204 Abercrombie Lab713-348-4020Ashutosh SabharwalChairashu@rice.eduThe Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department provides highquality degree programs that emphasize fundamental principles, respondto the changing demands and opportunities of new technology, challengethe exceptional abilities of Rice students, and prepare students for rolesof leadership in their chosen careers.student to succeed and advance rapidly in today’s competitive technicalmarketplace.The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree program prepares students fora research career in academia or industry. The PhD degree programconsists of formal courses and original research conducted under theguidance of a faculty advisor, leading to a thesis. Students in the PhDprogram complete a Master of Science (MS) degree as part of theirprogram; the Electrical and Computer Engineering department does notadmit students for a terminal MS degree.Bachelor's Programs Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree with a Major in Electrical engineering/electrical-engineeringba/) Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) Degree /electrical-engineering-bsee/)Master's Programs Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) Degree electrical-engineering-mee/)The department's research areas include: Computer Engineering; DataScience; Neuroengineering; Photonics, Electronics, and Nano-devices;and Systems. Computer Engineering topics include: computer architecture,high performance application specific systems, mobile andembedded systems, integrated circuits and antennas formedical imaging and bio-sensing, and parallel I/O for large-scalenetwork storage systems. Master of Science (MS) Degree in the field of Electrical and ComputerEngineering*Doctoral Program Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree in the field of Electrical andComputer Engineering /electrical-computer-engineering-phd/) Data Science topics include: data acquisition, data analytics,data storage, and computing infrastructure. Neuroengineering topics include: neural signal processing,brain-computer interfaces at the device, circuit, and systemslevels. Photonics, Electronics, and Nano-devices topics include:nanophotonics/nanospectroscopy, molecular electronics,biophotonics, ultrafast optics and optoelectronics, materialsfor energy, semiconductor optics and devices, multispectralimaging and terahertz imaging, and condensed matter physics/materials science. Systems topics include: communications systems, dynamicalsystems and computation, networks, signal and imageprocessing, wireless networking, pattern recognition, scalablepersonal healthcare, and computational neuroscience andneuroengineeringThe Electrical and Computer Engineering department offers twoundergraduate degree programs. The Bachelor of Science in ElectricalEngineering (BSEE) degree program is comprehensive and coversfundamental and emerging hardware and software topics. Courses,research, and design projects grouped in four areas of specializationprepare students for technical leadership in engineering, computing, andscience careers. The ECE department also offers a Bachelor of Arts (BA)in Electrical Engineering degree program.The Electrical and Computer Engineering department offers two graduatedegree programs. The Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) degreeis a course-based program designed to increase a student’s masteryof advanced subjects; no thesis is required. The MEE prepares a1*Although students are not normally admitted to a Master of Science(MS) degree program, graduate students may earn the MS as they worktowards the PhD.ChairAshutosh SabharwalProfessorsBehnaam AazhangAthanasios C. AntoulasRichard G. BaraniukJoseph R. CavallaroNaomi J. HalasEdward W. KnightlyJunichiro KonoMichael T. OrchardPeter J. VarmanAshok VeeraraghavanAssociate ProfessorsGenevera I. AllenKevin KellyCaleb KemereJacob RobinsonJohn Seymour2020-2021 General Announcements PDF Generated 02/16/21

2Electrical and Computer EngineeringChong XieAssistant ProfessorsAlessandro AlabastriPalash BharadwajTaiyun ChiYingyan LinLan LuanGururaj NaikAnkit PatelXaq PitkowAkane SanoSantiago SegarraCesar UribeKaiyuan YangAssistant Research ProfessorRahman Doost-MohammadyProfessors EmeritiC. Sidney BurrusDon Herrick JohnsonFrank K. TittelJames YoungProfessors in the PracticeGene FrantzRay Simar, Jr.Thanh TranGary L. WoodsLecturersRavindra AthaleFabrizio A. GabbianiJoseph MaitOsama R. MawlawiHarel ShouvalClay ShepardAdjunct FacultyAydin BabakhaniAlexios Balatsoukas-StimmingMichael BeauchampMichael BrogioliAnand DabakClifford C. DacsoChristopher H. DickValentin DragoiHenry O. EverittWayne GoodmanOmer GurewitzReinhard HeckelMarkku JunttiJoo-won KimValshnav KrishnanMatthew McGinleyTarik MuharemovicBijan NajafiTheodora Dorina Papageorgiou2020-2021 General Announcements PDF Generated 02/16/21Arvind RaoDavid RessSaad SalehStephan M. SchwanauerSteve SheaforSameer ShethFrancois St-PierreChristoph StuderJames SuliburkNitin TandonAndreas S. ToliasVenu VasudevanHadley WickhamLin ZhongFor Rice University degree-granting programs:To view the list of official course offerings, please see Rice’sCourse Catalog (https://courses.rice.edu/admweb/!SWKSCAT.cat?p action cata)To view the most recent semester’s course schedule, please see Rice'sCourse Schedule trical & Comp. Engineering (ELEC)ELEC 101 - ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGShort Title: ELEMENTS OF ELECT ENGINEERINGDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: Lecture/LaboratoryCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment limited to students with a class of Freshmanor Sophomore. Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelDescription: Introduction to fundamentals of electrical engineeringthrough the hands-on design of a micro-controlled model electric car.Topics from fields of circuits, signals, computing, and sensing arecovered as needed to support the student in designing systems to power,monitor, and control the vehicle's speed, and to guide its trajectory, inorder to pass a series of vehicle tests. Instructor Permission Required.ELEC 220 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER ENGINEERINGShort Title: FUND COMPUTER ENGINEERINGDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: Lecture/LaboratoryCredit Hours: 4Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to students with a major in ComputerScience, Engineering Division, Electrical & Computer Eng. or ElectricalEngineering. Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelDescription: An overview of computer engineering, starting withfundamental building blocks including transistors, bits, datarepresentation, logic and state machines, progressing to computerorganization, instruction sets, interrupts, input/output, assemblylanguage programming, and linkage conventions, and ending with anintroduction to architectural performance enhancements and computingservices.Course URL: www.owlnet.rice.edu/ elec220 (http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/ elec220/)

Electrical and Computer EngineeringELEC 238 - SPECIAL TOPICSShort Title: SPECIAL TOPICSDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: Laboratory, Lecture, Seminar, Internship/PracticumCredit Hours: 1-4Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelDescription: Repeatable for Credit.ELEC 240 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ILABORATORYShort Title: FUND EE I LABDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LaboratoryCredit Hour: 1Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): (MATH 101 or MATH 105) and (MATH 102 or MATH 106)Corequisite: ELEC 241Description: Laboratory course that introduces basic electronicmeasurement techniques and demonstrates the principles of informationmanagement by electronic means. Lectures supplement the laboratoryexperiments.ELEC 241 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IShort Title: FUND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LectureCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): (MATH 101 or MATH 105) and (MATH 102 or MATH 106)Corequisite: ELEC 240Description: The creation, manipulation, transmission, and receptionof information by electronic means, elementary signal theory; time andfrequency-domain analysis; sampling theorem. Digital information theory;digital transmission of analog signals; error-correcting codes.ELEC 242 - SIGNALS, SYSTEMS, AND TRANSFORMSShort Title: SIGNALS, SYSTEMS, & TRANSFORMSDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LectureCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): ELEC 241Corequisite: ELEC 244Description: Transforms between the time and frequency domains.Linear time-invariant systems: convolutions, impulse response, andeigenfunctions. Delta functions, their nature, and their uses. Fourierseries and the Fourier transform for continuous signals. Fouriertransform for discrete-time signals. Sampling and aliasing. Laplacetransform: poles and zeros, and system stability. Students must registerfor both ELEC 242 and ELEC 244.3ELEC 243 - ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT SYSTEMSShort Title: ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT SYSTEMSDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: Lecture/LaboratoryDistribution Group: Distribution Group IIICredit Hours: 4Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): (MATH 101 or MATH 105) and (MATH 102 or MATH 106)and (PHYS 102 or PHYS 112 or PHYS 126)Description: The course will give students the skills to design, construct,and assess electronic systems to measure, monitor, and control physicalproperties and events; spans the areas of circuits, signals, systems, anddigital processing. Intended for non-ECE majors.ELEC 244 - ANALOG CIRCUITS LABORATORYShort Title: ANALOG CIRCUITS LABORATORYDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LaboratoryCredit Hour: 1Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelCorequisite: ELEC 242Description: Lab skills covered including breadboarding, use ofoscilloscopes, and circuit debugging. Topics covered include design,construction, and testing of basic electronic circuits; RLC networks;diodes; transistors; operational amplifiers; comparators; interfacingdigital and analog circuits; pulse width modulation; motors; and feedbackcontrol. Students must register for both ELEC 242 and ELEC 244.ELEC 261 - ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND DEVICESShort Title: ELECTRONIC MATERIALSDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LectureCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): (MATH 102 or MATH 106) and (PHYS 102 or PHYS 112)Description: Modern technology would not exist without devices suchas transistors, LEDs and solar cells. This course introduces the basicsof materials and discusses the physics of semiconductor devices.An overview of the semiclassical approach to electrical properties ofmaterials, electronic band structure will be covered. Subsequently, theoperation of pn-junctions, solar cells, LEDs, bipolar junction transistors,and MOS-transistors will be discussed.2020-2021 General Announcements PDF Generated 02/16/21

4Electrical and Computer EngineeringELEC 262 - INTRODUCTION TO WAVES AND PHOTONICSShort Title: INTRO TO WAVES AND PHOTONICSDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LectureCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Lower-LevelPrerequisite(s): (PHYS 101 or PHYS 111 or PHYS 125 or PHYS 141) and(PHYS 102 or PHYS 112 or PHYS 126 or PHYS 142)Description: Introduction to the concepts of waves and oscillatory motionwith a particular focus on electromagnetic waves and their interactionwith dielectric materials, and on the use of these ideas in the fields ofoptical fiber communications, laser design, non-linear optics, and Fourieroptics.ELEC 301 - SIGNALS, SYSTEMS, AND LEARNINGShort Title: SIGNALS, SYSTEMS, AND LEARNINGDepartment: Electrical & Computer Eng.Grade Mode: Standard LetterCourse Type: LectureCredit Hours: 3Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Undergraduate, UndergraduateProfessional or Visiting Undergraduate level students.Course Level: Undergraduate Upper-LevelPrerequisite(s): ELEC 241 and (MATH 354 or MATH 355 or CAAM 334 orCAAM 335)Corequisite: ELEC 303Description: Analytical framework for analyzing sign

The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department provides high- quality degree programs that emphasize fundamental principles, respond to the changing demands and opportunities of new technology, challenge

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