Teaching

Academic Courses

  • NEW COURSE! ECE 6011: Bioelectromagnetics (Au19) This course provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of bioelectromagnetics for graduate students. Lectures cover the interaction of electromagnetic fields with biological tissues across the frequency spectrum; bioelectromagnetic dosimetry; and various applications of bioelectromagnetics (medical, consumer, and more). It is a 3-credit graduate level course, and is offered every other year. Click here for futher info.

  • ECE 5011: Antennas (Sp19) This course focuses on electromagnetic radiation; fundamental antenna parameters; dipoles, loops, patches, broadband and other antennas; array theory; ground plane effects; horn and reflector antennas; pattern synthesis; antenna measurements. It is a 3-credit undergraduate/graduate level course, and is offered every year.

  • ECE 3010: Introduction to RF and Optical Engineering (Au17, Au18) This course focuses on the fundamentals of RF and Optical Engineering, including waves and pulses on transmission lines; charges, fields, and potentials; inductance and capacitance; Faraday’s law; Maxwell’s equations; plane wave propagation, polarization, reflection, and transmission. It is a 3-credit undergraduate level course, and is offered every semester.

  • ECE 3020: Introduction to Electronics (Sp17, Sp18) This course focuses on the fundamentals of electronics, including diode and transistor models for amplifiers, switches, and logic gates; Multiple transistor circuit analysis, small-signal analysis, op amps, and applications to electronic systems. It is a 3-credit undergraduate level course, and is offered every semester.

Short Industry Courses

  • 2019 ESL Short Course: Body Area Sensing: from E-Textiles to Wireless Implants (Aug. 8, 2019: 1.30pm-5pm) 

  • 2018 ESL Short Course: Body Area Sensing: from E-Textiles to Wireless Implants (Aug. 9, 2018: 8.30am-12pm) 

  • 2017 ESL Short Course: Textile Electronics and Body Area Sensing (Aug. 2, 2017: 1.30-5pm)