Energy saving design in a building Project
This course covers basic knowledge of lattice structure of solid, quantum mechanics, solid state physics, theory of semiconductor energy-band and P-N junction, carrier concentration/ transport equation, fundamentals and fabrication processes of some semiconductor devices .
This subject is intended to give the students deep knowledge about high voltage engineering. It focuses on the phenomena of high voltage surges and insulation coordination for power systems, characteristics of conduction and breakdown of gas, liquid and solid dielectrics. Generation of high voltages, their measurement and testing technique for high voltage components. In this subject, the student are also exposed to lightning phenomena and their protection
This course is a survey of fundamental data structures for information processing, including lists, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs. It explores the implementation of these data structures (both array-based and linked representations) and examines classic algorithms that use these structures for tasks such as sorting, searching, and text compression.
Embedded Systems lecture by Dr J.D.
Robotic Systems by Dr J.D.
Embedded Systems tutorial class by Dr. J.D.
Embedded Systems tutorial class (Group 2) by Dr. J.D.
- This course covers concepts and fundamental principles of Physics. Topics include Mechanics and Thermodynamics.
This elective course will be offered for EEE students in April 2020 semester.
|The course is designed to help students to understand the basics of data communications and networking in general and some protocols used in these connecting schemes.|
This course presents principles of digital signal processing, continuous-time signals and systems. Spectrum representation of discrete-time signals will cover sampling theorem, the discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT), Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), and White Noise, Padding & Auto-correlation. Another domain presented is z-transform. The course offers an introduction to some filter types and their characteristics
MATLAB is a vital numerical computing tool that any engineer counts on nowadays. This course presents an introduction to the MATLAB software environment. Moreover, it introduces simple and common approaches, structures, and conventions for creating and evaluating easy computer programs useful in many discipline areas.
This course meets needs for experts in circuit design, and also is a fundamental course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
This course introduces the
theory, knowledge and tools in complex variables and partial
This course is an introductory laboratory that explores the design, construction, and debugging of circuits. It covers fundamentals of basic analog electronic circuits, with instruments, components, and power supply.
This course meets the needs for experts in engineering mathematics, and also is an essential course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
This course aims to explain the main concepts in engineering ethics, risk management and occupational safety and health as well as to expose the students to basic of law in the engineering context. The materials will be of introductory nature to enable engineers to appreciate factors that have to be taken into account in decision-making. At the end of the course, students will be able to identify and discuss issues and challenges faced by engineers relating to engineering ethics, risk management and to understand the legal requirements related to engineering field.
This course provides the student an exposure on the fundamental concepts of electrical machines types and its related applications. At the end of the subject the students will have capability of doing electromechanical design of the electric machines, and will have an understanding of the principles of the energy conversion.
This course provides the fundamental of the microelectronic devices and their circuit analysis and applications. Topics will cover BJT device and circuits, FET device and circuits, frequency response, and Opamp and its applications.
EEE302: Electromagnetic Field Theory and Waves. This course covers concepts of electromagnetic fields, including Maxwell’s equations, time-varying electromagnetic fields and plane wave propagation, transmission lines and waveguides
EEE316: Engineering Management. This course serves as an introduction to engineering management. Topics include financial principles, management of innovation, engineering project planning and control, human factors, career planning, patents, and technical strategy.
EEE314: Digital System Design. This course covers the principles of digital system design. It builds on logic design principles learned in earlier course, digital electronics. This course demonstrates how digital design and rapid prototyping have been facilitated by FPGAs and hardware description languages (Verilog). The content of this course includes combinational and sequential logic, finite state machine, register transfer level (RTL) design, design flow, hardware description language, and FPGAs
EEE315 Advanced Analogue Circuit Design for 202004 semester.
This course meets needs for experts in electronics, and also is a fundamental course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.