Special Topics

Special Topics

Undergraduate EEC 189 Courses

EEC 193B – AI (Artificial Intelligence) Systems Design Project

  • Professor Chen-Nee Chuah and Professor Venkatesh Akella
  • CRN – 31228; 3 units

EEC 189U: Quantum Mechanics for Engineers

  • Professor Jeremy Munday
  • CRN – 53323; 4 units

Graduate EEC 289 Courses

Note: Register for the number of units based on what is stated on the syllabus for the course.

Fall 2020

EEC289U: The Fourier Transform and Its Applications in Imaging

  • CRN: 54031, Unit: 4
  • Professor Brian Kolner
  • Day/Time: TR 3:10 PM-4:30 PM
  • Location: Olson 159
  • A broad and deep understanding of the techniques and principles of Fourier analysis, first in one dimension, and then apply them to the analysis of two-dimensional imaging systems.

Spring 2021

EEC289A: Introduction to Reinforcement Learning

  • CRN: 62548, Unit: 4
  • Professor Lifeng Lai
  • Day/Time: MW 2:10 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Location: TBA
  • This course focuses on the introduction of one important subject of machine learning: Reinforcement Learning (RL), which is considered the core for artificial intelligence.

EEC 289K: Ultrafast Photonics - Science, Technology, and Applications

  • CRN: 41351, Unit: 4
  • Professor William Putnam
  • Day/Time: TR 2:10 PM- 4:00 PM
  • Location: TBA
  • This course will prepare students for experimental or theoretical work that involves the use of ultrafast lasers, and it will provide a taste of some of the exciting developments in the application of such ultrafast systems.

EEC289L: Compound Semiconductor Materials and Device Presentations and Discussion

  • CRN: 41353, Unit: 4
  • Professor Jerry Woodall
  • Day/Time: MW 6:10 PM-8:00 PM
  • Location: TBA
  • This course are to provide a detailed knowledge of all aspects of compound semiconductor materials and devices. 

EEC289L: Quantum Info Technologies

  • CRN: 62804, Unit: 4
  • Instructors Victoria Norman and Sridhar Majety
  • Day/Time: MW 4:10 PM-5:30 PM
  • Location: TBA
  • Concepts and formalism of quantum information theory, principles of quantum communication, computing and sensing, physical implementations of quantum information technologies, hands-on programming of a quantum computer on the cloud.

EEC289O: Integrated Circuit Design for Power Electronics

  • CRN: 62549, Unit: 4
  • Professor Rajeevan Amirtharajah
  • Day/Time: TR 9:30 AM-11:20 AM
  • Location: TBA
  • IC design for power electronics. Linear and switching regulation. Integrated power management. DC/DC and AC/DC conversion. Applications in portable electronics and wireless sensors.

EEC289L: Introduction to Neuroengineering

  • CRN: 62862, Unit: 2
  • Professor Erkin Seker
  • Day/Time: T 9:00 AM-11:0 AM
  • Location: TBA
  • This team-taught interdisciplinary course provides an introduction to the key research areas and tools in neuroengineering.