Graduate

Courses

  • GGC5006

    Ethics for Engineers

    2Credits

    32Hours

    GGC5006 Ethics for Engineers

    2Credits

    32Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Ethics for Engineers will provide ethics training to graduate students in engineering and technology. The course prepares students to become familiar with discussions and methods for developing ethical approaches to engineering research and applied projects. Contemporary issues in engineering ethics will be presented and discussed. These issues include research integrity, professional ethics, human subjects protections, environment and animal protections, intellectual property rights, software license issues and sustainability. 

  • EEE5032

    Speech Signal Processing

    2Credits

    32Hours

    EEE5032 Speech Signal Processing

    2Credits

    32Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Pre-requisites:Signals and Systems,Digital Signal Processing

    This course will teach students important concepts and fundamental principles in digital speech processing, involving processes of speech production and perception, mathematical methodologies for time-domain and frequency-domain analysis, short-time Fourier analysis, linear predicative analysis of speech signals, digital coding of speech signals, text-to-speech synthesis, automatic speech recognition. In addition to grasping basic methods, models and algorithms commonly-used in the area of speech processing, students will learn to use computational simulation and speech processing toolkits to solve speech analysis and processing problems with practical importance and application. After attending this course, students will master knowledge, methods and skills to perform speech signal processing in their graduate studies and future research projects.

  • EEE5020

    Pattern Recognition

    3Credits

    64Hours

    EEE5020 Pattern Recognition

    3Credits

    64Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Pre-requisites:Signal and System

    Course Learning Objectives: By the end of this class, students would:

    Derive and implement Bayes Decision Theory.

    Perform Parametric and Non Parametric Density Estimation.

    Design Linear Classifiers for separable and non-separable patterns.

    Implement classifiers using neural networks.

  • EEE5019

    Digital System Design

    3Credits

    64Hours

    EEE5019 Digital System Design

    3Credits

    64Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    The objective of this course is to introduce a hardware description language (HDL) for the specification, simulation, synthesis and implementation of digital logic systems.   The students will have design practice sessions designing and implementing digital logic systems with commercial electronic design automation (EDA) tools.

  • EEE5014

    SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL TECHNOLOGY

    3Credits

    48Hours

    EEE5014 SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL TECHNOLOGY

    3Credits

    48Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    After the completion of this course, students should know the following items. (1) Familiar with the principle of all kinds of spectrum technology; have a comprehensive understading of all kinds of detection methods which will be useful for their future research work; (2) Understand the specific content including spectroscopy, conventional spectra-system and laser spectroscopy technology.

  • EEE5013

    Power Management Integrated Circuits Design

    3Credits

    64Hours

    EEE5013 Power Management Integrated Circuits Design

    3Credits

    64Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course is to introduce the principles and design techniques of power management integrated circuits. A review on the basics of analog IC design and semiconductor devices will be carried out first. Then the focus will be on the topics of bandgap references, low-dropout linear regulators, DC-DC switching converters, switched capacitor power converters, and rectifiers. The aspects of fundamentals, principles, and state-of-the-art development of power management IC will all be comprehensively emphasized. The course will employ the industry-standard EDA tool to deliver the design techniques.

  • EEE5011

    BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip

    3Credits

    48Hours

    EEE5011 BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip

    3Credits

    48Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Pre-requisites:The class will be offered for both Master and Ph.D students and will be taught together.

    The field of BioMEMS and Lab-on-a-Chip has seen tremendous growth in the past several years. The Lab-on-a-Chip concept and its advantages will be introduced.  Various microfabrication techniques that are commonly used in BioMEMS device fabrications will be taught.  Microfluidics, which is the foundation for most of the applications, will be covered flowed by the various chemical and biomedical applications such as separation, minimally invasive diagnosis tools, implantable devices, drug delivery, and microsystems for cellular studies and tissue engineering.  Students will gain a broad perspective in the area of miniaturized systems for biomedical and chemical applications.

  • EEE5008

    Freeform Optics Design

    2Credits

    60Hours

    EEE5008 Freeform Optics Design

    2Credits

    60Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course will introduce the freeform optics for solid state lighting, from algorithms of freeform optics to detailed design methods and then to advanced optical designs and cases studies. A series of basic freeform optics algorithms specialized for LED packages and applications will be introduced in details, such as circularly-symmetric, non-circularly-symmetric, point source, extended source, array illumination, etc.. Moreover, besides of these core algorithms, detailed and practical freeform lens design methods derived from these algorithms are also will be introduced. Novel and advanced optical designs for various LED packages and applications will be introduced in detail too, such as non-circularly-symmetric freeform lens for LED road lighting, application specific LED packaging (ASLP) integrated with PETAL freeform lens for direct-lit large-scale LED backlighting, Fresnel-freeform lens for LED low-beam of automotive, etc.. After completing the course, students will have an overall understanding of freeform optics design, master advanced freeform optics design methods and have the ability to develop various optical system.

  • EEE5007

    Advanced Display and Lighting Technologies

    2redits

    40Hours

    EEE5007 Advanced Display and Lighting Technologies

    2redits

    40Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course will introduce advanced display and lighting technologies and related emerging developments. For the display part, this course will focus on plane display technologies, including liquid crystal display, organic light emitting display, quantum dot light emitting display, and thin-film-transistor driving technologies. Moreover, other emerging display technologies, such as lase display, 3D display, touch display, e-paper, etc., also will be introduced. For the lighting part, this course will focus on solid state lighting technologies, including GaN epitaxial growth, LED chip, LED packaging, and LED optical design and thermal management technologies. Moreover, other emerging LED technologies, such as visible light communication, quantum dot LED, etc., also will be introduced. After completing the course, students should master the fundamental sciences behind each display technology and solid state lighting technology and understand the cutting-edge technologies and development trends of this area.

  • EEE5006

    Analog Integrated Circuit Design

    3Credits

    48Hours

    EEE5006 Analog Integrated Circuit Design

    3Credits

    48Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    Pre-requisites:Fundamentals of Electric Circuits,Physics of Semiconductor Devices,Fundamentals of Analog Circuits

    This course introduces the fundamentals of analog integrated circuits analysis and design. Topics covered include the motivation on analog IC design, the basics of MOS device physics, and a variety of analog circuit blocks such as single-stage and differential amplifiers, voltage and current references, operational amplifiers, and switched-capacitor circuits. Intuitions, concepts, and rigorous analysis are presented to help the students master the design skills of analog integrated circuits, which are also intensified through the practical designs delivered in the lab sessions.

  • EEE5005

    Modern Laser Technology

    2Credits

    32Hours

    EEE5005 Modern Laser Technology

    2Credits

    32Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course is the elected course for graduate students in Optoelectronics Science and Technology. After the completion of this course, students should know the following items. (1) The basic priciple of ultrashot lasers, (2) Property of ultrashort pulse, (3) The modulation of ultrashort pulse, and (4) the application of ultrafast lasers. Students will need to grasp the basic principle of ultrafast short pulse, learn and cultivate the ability to analyze and solve the problem in the filed of ultrafast photonics, and in-depth understanding of their physical concepts. It is essential for students to engage in research and development of optical information technology in the future.

  • EEE5003

    Nonlinear Optics

    3Credits

    48Hours

    EEE5003 Nonlinear Optics

    3Credits

    48Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    先修要求:光学基础,量子力学

    Combining the lectures, discussion, and experiments, inspire the students to learn more actively, enhance the students’s understanding of the principles of nonlinear optics and capability of conducting research in this field.  

  • EEE5001

    Introduction to Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices

    4Credits

    80Hours

    EEE5001 Introduction to Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices

    4Credits

    80Hours

    Curricula Introduction:

    This course provides a complete overview of the wide variety of different semiconductor optoelectronic devices employed in lightwave systems and networks. Topics include a variety of different subjects including a detailed discussion of the design and operation of optical LEDs, the basic physics and operation of lasers and photodetectors, details of the basic physics and operation of solar cells, the operation of quantum well electro-absorption modulators and electro-optic modulators, and the design and operation of optoelectronic integrated circuits. Emphasis is on the underlying device physics behind the operation and design of optoelectronic devices.

     

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