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WELCOME! Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Temple University Dr. Saroj K. Biswas Chair WELCOME! Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Temple University Dr. Saroj K. Biswas Chair 215 -204 -8403 [email protected] edu 1

Engineering and You! Electrical Engineers have brought modern technologies to the society: from TVs Engineering and You! Electrical Engineers have brought modern technologies to the society: from TVs and laptops to cell phones to i. Phones and ipods, not to mention all electronic control devices that run satellites, space shuttles, trains, cars, MRI machines, and many electronic and electrical devices that you use everyday. Now it is your time to take the technology to the next level, and it is you who is in charge! 2

What do Electrical Engineers Do? They make imagination to reality! They design: electronic devices: What do Electrical Engineers Do? They make imagination to reality! They design: electronic devices: MP 3, i. Pod, Radio, TV, stereo, … computers: microchips, motherboard, memory chips, … communication systems: cell phone, telephone, fiber optic systems, computer networks… electrical devices: robots, lights, motors, generators, power lines… control systems: cruise control, CD motor drive, satellite antenna control, guidance system for space shuttle, Mars rover, … National defense systems: radar, sonar, microwave communication systems, … 3

Job Market n Job market in electrical and computer engineering has always been in Job Market n Job market in electrical and computer engineering has always been in steady rise. Typical employers include Intel, IBM, Motorola, Agere, Lucent, … Sun, Microsoft, Inter. Digital, L 3 Communications, … PECO, Exelon, Lockheed Martin, Metrologic, … AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, … Boeing, Kulicke & Soffa, and many more small and medium size companies n What else do Electrical Engineers could do? n n Analyze stock market at Financial institutions, become patent attorneys, Patent examiners, Complete medical degrees, 4

 Salaries Top 10 starting salaries for the class of 2007 (MSN Sept 2007) Salaries Top 10 starting salaries for the class of 2007 (MSN Sept 2007) : n n n n n Chemical Engineer Computer Engineer Electrical Engineer Mechanical Engineer Computer Science Economics Civil Engineer Management/Inform. Sc. Finance Accounting $59, 361 $56, 201 $55, 292 $54, 128 $53, 396 $48, 483 $47, 648 $47, 239 $46, 718 5

What do you need to become an Electrical Engineer? Take the challenge! All you What do you need to become an Electrical Engineer? Take the challenge! All you need is strong determination and hard work. To begin, make sure that you do your math and science courses right. At Temple, we prepare you for your engineering profession in the future. 6

Programs n n n Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering option in Programs n n n Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering option in Bio. Electrical Engineering Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Ph. D. in Engineering 7

BSEE Program n n n Our BSEE program is accredited by the Accreditation Board BSEE Program n n n Our BSEE program is accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) Our curricula meet national standards for electrical engineering education. We have had the last ABET visit in Fall 2005. 8

Curricula n Completion of BSEE degree requires a total of 124 semester-hours of coursework Curricula n Completion of BSEE degree requires a total of 124 semester-hours of coursework with the following minimum: n 64 s. h in Engineering n 32 s. h. in Mathematics and Sciences n 25 s. h. in General Education n 3 s. h. Free Elective 9

Curricula n We provide all basic background that students need to succeed in their Curricula n We provide all basic background that students need to succeed in their professional engineering career n Electric Circuits n Analog and Digital Electronics n Digital Systems n Microprocessors n Control Systems n Digital Signal Processing n Power Systems n Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 10

Specialization n Students can concentrate in a number of areas by taking advanced courses Specialization n Students can concentrate in a number of areas by taking advanced courses in n Computer Engineering n Microprocessors n Digital Signal Processing n Control Systems n Microelectronics 11

Capstone Course n All students are required to take a capstone course – Senior Capstone Course n All students are required to take a capstone course – Senior Design In this course students apply their engineering knowledge to design a new electrical/electronic device, build it, and present their accomplishments at a professional style seminar. 12

Capstone Design of the Class of 2008 n n n n n “Automated Pill Capstone Design of the Class of 2008 n n n n n “Automated Pill Cutter and Dispenser” – design of a device to assist elderly. These students are going for a nationwide competition. “Portable Multi-Spectral Imager” – design of a device that assesses health status of vegetation. This device will assist farmers to monitor crops. It can also be used to assists doctors monitor lung conditions without doing any surgery. “EEG Driven Peripheral Computer Control”- this project collects signal from human brain, and use the signal to control a computer mouse. Some day we will be able to move the curser on computer screen just by thinking about it, and not using our hands. “Smart. Birder: Birdsong Recognition Device”- this device identifies which bird is singing. Law enforcement agents could use the device to find if a terrorist is talking over phone. “Universal Remote Control for Visually Impaired”- with this single device, visually impaired persons will be able to easily control TV, DVD, etc. “Autonomous Rotorcraft with GPS Navigation” – an autonomous helicopter that can hover with little or no human intervention. “BJ-100 Replacement Trade Study” – re-engineering of ticket-eater that you see at amusement parks. “Wireless Body Sway Motion Monitoring System” – an automatic system that monitors postural coordination of post-stroke individuals. “On-Board Electronic Payment for Regional Railroad” – an all-electronic ticketing system for SEPTA trains. 13

Student Awards n n n Ms. Aasha Seshadri received the best student paper award Student Awards n n n Ms. Aasha Seshadri received the best student paper award at the 2007 IMAPS Symposium, San Jose, CA, Nov 2007. “Synthesis of Super Paramagnetic Iron Oxide (Magnetite) Nanoparticles and Future Application as Therapeutic Agents”. Advisor: Zdenka Delalic. Temple IMAPS Chapter was awarded the second booth competition at the 2008 IMAPS Symposium, 2008. Four seniors- John Kosempel, Kyle Mc. Daniel, Dennis Samuel, and Jusin Thomas received the 2 nd place award in the “Be Your Own Boss” business plan competition in the Fox School of Business, April 2008. 14

Student Awards n n IEEE Region II Solving a Physics problem Competition: Sudarshan Kandi- Student Awards n n IEEE Region II Solving a Physics problem Competition: Sudarshan Kandi- first place, Joe Gro- third place IEEE Region II Micromouse competition: First place- student members: Sudarshan Kandi and Joe gro IEEE Region II Student Paper competition: Second place- John Kosempel and Dennis Samuel IEEE Region II Project Showcase competition: Second place: John Kosempel and Dennis Samuel, “Portable Wireless Ticketing System”, advisor Li Bai 15

Laboratories n n n n Electronics Lab – oscilloscopes, meters, signal generators… Communications Lab Laboratories n n n n Electronics Lab – oscilloscopes, meters, signal generators… Communications Lab – Modulation, demodulation, spectrum analysis… Control Systems Lab – motors, pendulum, crane, Labview, PLC, computer interface. . . Digital Systems Lab – chip layout, system architecture, … Microprocessors Lab – 8086 architecture, programming, … Computer Lab – networking, protocol, … Computer Facilities – all labs as well as the College computer center 16

Support n n n The College provides one-to-one tutoring support to students if they Support n n n The College provides one-to-one tutoring support to students if they request for help. There is no cost to the student. Faculty are accessible outside the classroom for academic consultation. Students must meet with a faculty advisor at least once per semester. Engineering Library is located on the second floor of this building, and is open seven days a week. All students have access to computer facilities in this building TECH Center is open 24/7. 17

Support n n n Math Science Resource Center provides one-to-one tutoring for most math Support n n n Math Science Resource Center provides one-to-one tutoring for most math and science courses. Help is also available for English at the Writing Center. A full-time staff person for advising and Co-op Additional support from student professional societies. Career Services for internship and jobs 18

Student Professional Societies Students can join in a number of professional and honor societies: Student Professional Societies Students can join in a number of professional and honor societies: n IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers n SWE – Society of Women Engineers n NSBE – National Society of Black Engineers n Students are also nominated to Eta Kappa Nu, the scientific honor society 19

Classroom and Labs n n We limit our class sizes at 35. Currently most Classroom and Labs n n We limit our class sizes at 35. Currently most courses are running as two parallel sections with about 20 -25 students in each section. Labs are capped at 15 so that students get the hands-on experience they need. 20

Faculty n n All of our courses are taught by our faculty. They are Faculty n n All of our courses are taught by our faculty. They are your mentor, your guide. They will always be there to assist you. Graduate students assist in labs. 21

Co-Op Program n n The College has a co-op program. It is not a Co-Op Program n n The College has a co-op program. It is not a mandatory part of our engineering curriculum. The College has a full-time staff person who is responsible for placement of interested students to companies for co-op positions. Students may also request academic credit for their co-op works. Students do not pay full-time tuition when they are on co-op. Typical tuition fees during co-op is same as a 3 credit hour course for which they also get academic credit. 22

Outstanding Alumni n n n n n April 2004: David La. Potin (77 BSEE) Outstanding Alumni n n n n n April 2004: David La. Potin (77 BSEE) founded and served as the Director of the IBM Center for Advanced Studies in Austin. October 2003: Michael Doyle has been elected to the 2003 -2004 Temple University Gallery of Success. July 2003: Vincent Di. Memmo (86 BSEET, 89 MSEE) is a Senior Vice President for Strategic Development and Solutions Management for SAVVIS Communications. March 2002: Brent Synder (95 BSEE) is an information technology specialist for the Department of State. March 2002: Kosala Abeywickrema (93 BSEE, 95 MSEE) is an ASIC design engineer for Redback Networks, San Jose. December 2001: Michael Fingeroff (91 BSEE, 95 MSEE) is a Technical Manager in the HDL synthesis group at Mentor Graphics. September 2001: Li Bai (95 BSEE) receives a Ph. D in ECE degree from Drexel University and joins the faculty of ECE at TU. August 2001: Jeff Weintraub (97 BSEE) is an applications engineer and university program specialist for Xilinx. May 2001: James Brennan (85 BSEET) completed his MSEE and is a senior engineer at Motorola, Hatboro, PA. And many more 23

Graduate Program n n n After completion of BSEE, students can continue their studies Graduate Program n n n After completion of BSEE, students can continue their studies for a Master’s degree (MSE). It takes two years to complete the MSE degree provides a higher salary, and more importantly gives a better job stability Students with high GPA (typically 3. 6 or better) receive a stipend ($15 K or more), full tuition support, and full health insurance coverage. Students can also continue their studies for a doctoral degree 24

Research n There a number of research projects funded by National Science Foundation, Department Research n There a number of research projects funded by National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, Navy, and others… n Speaker identification n Computer security n Email security n Intelligent Multimedia Systems n Interactive tutoring systems n Thermal Management of microelectronic devices n Magnetostrictive actuator n GPS based micro navigation system n Brain-Machine Interface n Hiding information in an innocent-looking picture n Implantable sensors for diagnosis 25

We are growing! n n The Department has recently hired three new faculty, one We are growing! n n The Department has recently hired three new faculty, one in Fall 2005, one in Spring 2006, and one in Fall 2007. Currently searching for another new faculty to join the Department in Fall 2009. 26

Why choose Temple? n n n n You get all facilities of a big Why choose Temple? n n n n You get all facilities of a big University, but individual attention of a small college. ABET accredited curriculum Excellent lab facilities Small class size for engineering courses: 20 to 30 per section Small lab class: 12 to 15 per section Courses taught by full-time faculty Free one-to-one tutoring if needed Participate in ongoing research programs funded by government and companies Optional Co-op: you do not pay full-time tuition when you go on co-op Excellent computer facilities: open 24/7 Excellent advising by full-time advisor and faculty Opportunity to continue studies to master’s and doctoral degrees Be part of a vibrant city- Philadelphia 27

Questions ? We thank you for visiting us. If you have any questions or Questions ? We thank you for visiting us. If you have any questions or schedule a meeting, please feel free to contact the Chair: Dr. Saroj K. Biswas Ph: 215 -204 -8403, 215 -204 -7597 Fax: 215 -204 -5960 Email: [email protected] edu http: //www. temple. edu/engineering 28




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