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MASTER’S PROGRAM

ELECTRICAL AND

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Dr. Doug Lyon, and Dr. Jerry Sergent

Program Co
-
Directors
/

Chairs of CpE and EE Depts.




Why a Master’s Degree in ECE?

“In the world of high tech, nothing
endures but change and nothing
goes dull so quickly as a skill set.”

-

Dr. Douglas Lyon

An MSECE Degree will keep you
abreast of today’s technology and
prepare you for tomorrow’s changes

Why Fairfield?



Skilled and experienced faculty



Modern laboratories and equipment



Relevant curriculum



Small class sizes

The MSECE Curriculum

34/33 hours
-

With Thesis

37/36 hours
-

Without Thesis

Two years
-

Full Time

3
-

4 years
-

Part Time

The Curriculum

Domains = general area of knowledge

For example:



Signal Processing


Voice and signal processing


Image processing

The MSECE Curriculum

Four required courses:



Java programming I and II



Numerical Methods



Readings in ECE

The MSECE Curriculum

Nine Areas of Specialization:



Systems Engineering



The Architecture of Microelectronics



Product Design



Communications



Power and Power Electronics

Systems Engineering


Modeling


Sensor fusion


Control


Classic control


Modern control


Optimal control


Intelligent control

Systems Engineering


Design a system to do a specific task


Sensor design and properties


Supporting electronics


Nonlinear Systems

The Architecture of
Microelectronics


Thick Film


Thin Film


High density PC boards


MultiChip Modules


Emerging Technologies

Thin Film Conductor

Thin Film Resistor

Capacitor

Integrated Circuit

Thin Film Hybrid Circuit

Semiconductor

Die

Capacitor

Inductor

Thick Film

Dielectric

Thick Film
Resistor

Thick Film
Conductor

Thick Film Hybrid Circuit

Product Design


Materials and Processes


Solders


Plastics


Epoxies


Ceramics


Thermal Management

Communications Systems


Advanced Electromagnetic Fields


Antenna Design


Wireless Communication


Hardware and Software

Power Systems


Power Electronics


Switching Power Supplies


Inverters


Power Generation and Distribution

The MSECE Curriculum

Nine Areas of Specialization: (Continued)



Signal Processing



Scientific Visualization



Network Programming and Embedded

Systems



Enterprise Computing

Image and Signal Processing


state of the art OO Design

Computer Graphics


Image warping

Programming applications of
Mathematics

Network Programming

Process

Transport

Network

Data

Link

Process

Transport

Network

Data

Link

Interface Protocols

Peer
-
to
-
peer

Protocols

Embedded Systems

Source: Sun Microsystems “Introduction to Java 2 Micro Edition and KVM”

Enterprise Computing

Legacy

Legacy

Legacy

COTS

COTS

COTS

Database

Database

NETWORK

Java

Client

Java

Client


Reuse existing resources


Multi
-
tiered computation


Distributed computation


Server
-
side computation

Custom Cohorts



Meeting the needs of industry


Closing ties to industry


More meetings


Pushing product


Improving industrial interactions

Professional Programs &


ties to Industry


Students used to go to school…now


The school goes to the students!


More industrially funded research


Better placement opportunity for students


Better feedback for assessment

Summary



Sound fundamentals



Domains that relate to real world

problems and trends



Communications and analytical skills



Able to research and solve problems

and to communicate the results

Contact Information

Dr. Douglas Lyon:

203
-
641
-
6293

Lyon@docjava.com

Dr. Jerry Sergent

203
-
254
-
4000 x 3330

jsergent@mail.fairfield.edu