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- EECS 426: MOS Integrated Circuit Design
This 3-credit hour course is typically offered in the fall semester every year and is targeted at incoming graduate students in electrical engineering. Topics of discussion include the design of analog and digital MOS integrated circuits, IC fabrication and device models, amplifiers, comparators, references, and switched-capacitor circuits as well as characterization of circuit performance with/without layout parasitics using hand analysis and SPICE circuit simulation.
- EECS 523: Advanced Neural Microsystems
This 3-credit hour course is typically offered in the fall semester every other year and is targeted at graduate student researchers in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering. The course covers the latest advances in neural engineering with specific focus on integrated microsystems for multichannel wireless interfacing with the nervous system in electrical and chemical paradigms. The aim is to provide students familiar with microfabrication and integrated circuit design with an application-driven system-level overview of microsensors and microelectronics in neurotechnology.
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- EECS 245: Electronic Circuits
This 4-credit hour course is typically offered in the spring semester every year and is targeted at sophomore-level undergraduate students in electrical engineering and some sequences (e.g., Instrumentation) in biomedical engineering. The course includes a laboratory session and aims to introduce students to fundamental electrical engineering analysis of electronic circuits. The course concentrates on nonlinear and active devices and circuit elements to complement prior introductory material with linear passive networks.
- EECS 344: Electronic Analysis and Design
This 3-credit hour course is typically offered in the spring semester every year as a departmental technical elective course targeted at senior-level undergraduate students in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering. The course focuses on the analysis and design of basic analog and digital integrated circuits using both bipolar and MOS transistors.
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