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ENGINEERING COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH


SPRING SEMESTER




1) Electronic Circuits & Laboratory



Lecture :

45 hours

Laboratory :

45 hours

US Credits :

6



Summary

:

Analysis of integrated amplifiers with

bipolar junction transistors and field
-
effect transistors. Transistors
linear equivalent models at high frequencies. Frequency response of transistor amplifiers. Feedback
configurations, stability and compensation.

Analog integrated circuits : differentia
l
-
pair, current source, active load, operational amplifier.


To reinforce concepts, laboratory experiments involve work with real components on didactic circuits
and PSpice simulations.


Textbook

:

A.

Sedra and K.

Smith,
Microelectronic Circuits
, Oxford Un
iversity Press, 5
th

Edition


Course objectives

:

After completing this course, the student should be able to do the following

:

Determine the frequency response (low, mid, high) of a single and multi
-
stage transistor amplifier
mathematically (transfer func
tion) and graphically (Bode plots).

Design an amplifier circuit with required frequency response.

Determine the gain, input and output resistances, bandwidth of a feedback amplifier circuit.

Identify and analyse the different stages of an operational ampli
fier.


Prerequisites :

DC and AC circuit analysis.

Bipolar and field
-
effect transistor operating principles, basic biasing techniques.

Small signal analysis of single
-
stage transistor amplifiers.


Organization :



One 3
-
hour session of lecture per week dur
ing 15 weeks.

The group of students is small enough to intertwine formal lecturing and exercises.

The marking will be based on written tests and homeworks.



One 4
-
hour session of laboratory experiments per week during 11 weeks.

The marking will be based on

preparations, work during the sessions and lab reports.


Topics

:

Low frequency response of single
-
stage transistor amplifier.

Design of the coupling and bypass capacitors.

BJT and FET equivalent models at high frequencies.

High frequency response of sing
le stage transistor amplifier.

Cascode configuration, comparison of common
-
emitter and cascode frequency response.

Feedback topologies. Properties of negative feedback.

Stability study using Bode magnitude and phase plots. Frequency compensation.

Basic mic
roelectronic circuits : differential pairs, current sources, active loads.

Analysis of the different stages of an operational amplifier.

Operational amplifier characteristics and operating principles.


Laboratory topics

:


Characteristics and biasing of a

BJT
.
BJT single
-
stage amplifiers
.
BJT two
-
stage amplifier

FET amplifier, automatic gain control

Multiple
-
stage amplifier design
.
Constant current source
.
Bipolar differential amplifier

Amplifiers with negative feedback
.
Operational amplifier characteristic
s
.
Applications of operational
amplifiers


This course is relatively similar to the following courses :


IIT ECE 312 Electronic circuits

UB EE 311 & 353 Electronic Devices & Circuits 2



2a) Introduction to Microprocessors and Assembly
Language Programming


Lecture:

17 hours


Laboratory:

28 hours


US Credits :

3



Introduction to microprocessors and embedded systems


Summary:

The goals of this course are to understand the main principles of a microprocessor thanks to an
embedded system. It’s both bas
ed on basic courses about microprocessor and laboratory work on a
real embedded system.


Topics (key words):

Basic microprocessor principles: fetch, decode and execute cycle + pipeline.

Numbers systems, signed and unsigned integers, addition, subtraction a
nd flags.

Machine code, assembly language, assembler.

Instruction set: taking decision, moving data…

From C to assembly language: compiler.

Exception handling and interrupts.

Microcontroller and embedded systems.


Course and laboratory

:

This is a lab
-
orie
nted course in which classroom topics are explored through in
-
depth experiments in
laboratory projects.

First, the students understand what a microprocessor is thanks to the LMC model (Little Man
Computer). Then, step by step, all they must know about a mi
croprocessor is described in order to
program in assembly language and C, a Cortex M3 based microcontroller (ARM). First students create
a simple interface with switches and LEDs in order to buid a memory game. Then they have to link a
sensitive touch scr
een to the microcontroller on their system. Courses and laboratory works are mixed.
At the beginning, there are mostly courses then at the end mostly laboratory sessions.


Prerequisites :

Digital Electronics.

C or C++ language.


Organization :

One

3
-
hour
session per week for
15 weeks.

The group of students is small enough to intertwine formal lecturing, exercises and laboratory.

The grading
is based on written tests and homework.



This course is relatively similar to these courses:




IIT Courses:



CS35
0 Computer Organization and Assembly language Programming




SUNY Buffalo Courses:



CSE 379 Introductions to Microprocessors and Microcomputers



and CSE 380 Introduction to Microprocessors Lab



Textbook
:

The Definitive Guide to the Arm Cortex
-
m3

By Jo
seph Yiu

first edition or second edition




2b) Computer Architecture*


Lecture:

17 hours


Laboratory:

28 hours


US Credits :

3


*Detailed description will be given if course opens


IIT Courses:



CS450 Computer Organization and Assembly language
Programming




SUNY Buffalo Courses:



CSE 379 Introductions to Microprocessors and Microcomputers



and CSE 380 Introduction to Microprocessors Lab







3) Signals and Systems


US Credits :

3

Prerequisite

Students are supposed to have a knowledge about
circuit analysis with sinusoidal signals and
some ideas about Fourier series representation of periodical signals. They must of course know
how to calculate basic integrals (mainly exponential functions and rectangular window) and finite
and infinite geome
trical series.

Course description

Organization

Duration : 45 h (3 h per week, for 15 weeks)

Approximately 40 % on continuous time signals, 60 % on discrete time signals

Approximately 2/3 of the time will be used for formal lecturing, the remaining third b
eing in form
of tutorials

(tutorial and lecture will be intertwined, as the group will be small enough to do it in the same
place).

Contents

Continuous time signals



Fourier and Laplace transforms



Time invariant linear systems and convolution



Transfer

functions, stability, frequency response, Bode representation, poles / zeros
diagrams



Application to physical systems (electrical, mechanical)

Discrete time signals



Sampling theorem. Fourier equivalence of sampled signals and sequences.

Practical samp
ling and converters. Problem of practical reconstruction (blocker effects).



Linear systems, time invariant and non time invariant (i.e. compressor and oversampler)



Fourier and Z transforms



Convolution, transfer functions, stability, frequency respons
e, poles / zero diagrams



Convolution / product duality. Windowing.



Frequency sampling : Discrete Fourier Transform and applications



Introduction to filter design.

IIT ECE 308 Signals


Text
book for Signals and Systems
:

*B. P. Lathi, Linear Systems a
nd Signals, Oxford Univ. Press, 2nd edition





4) Electromagnetism/Electrodynamics


3 hours/week 15 weeks = 45 hrs

US Credits :

3



Topics :


Electrostatic and magnetostatic fields and potentials, Coulomb's law, Gauss's

Law, Biot
-
Savart and Ampere's la
w, Faraday's induction law.


Maxwell's equations, electromagnetic uniform
-
plane wave propagation,

propagation in dielectrics, guided propagation, electromagnetic radiation,

reflection and transmission coefficients.


Light sources, imperfection and tempor
al coherence of a real source,

interferences, laser sources.


Diffraction, Fourier optics and applications.


IIT 307 Electrodynamics

EE 324 Applied Electromagnetics



Electrodynamics . Vector analysis applied to static and time
-
varying electric and magnet
ic fields.
Coulomb's Law, electric field intensity, flux density and Gauss's Law. Energy and potential. Biot
-
Savart
and Ampere's Law. Maxwell's equations with applications including uniform
-
plane wave propagation.



5)

French Language and culture


45 Hour
s

US Credits :

3



Practice in the French language to gain a certain level of competency

France today in its socio
-
cultural
-
economic context

Comparison between the two cultures


French and American


In the beginning a test will be given to determine the
students' French language level


Quiz of 30
minutes









6)

Fundamental
s

of Power Engineering


45 hours

US Credits : 4


Contents :

Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Fundamentals of the operations of
transformers, synchronous machines,
induction machines, and fractional horsepower
machines. Introduction to power network models and per
-
unit calculations. Gauss
-
Siedel load
flow. Lossless economic dispatch. Symmetrical three
-
phase faults. Laboratory considers
operation, analysis, and perfor
mance of motors and generators. The laboratory experiments
also involve use of PC
-
based interactive graphical software for load flow, economi
c dispatch,
and fault analysis.


Textbook
s

:
Peter F. Ryff
,
Electric Machinery

2
nd

edition
,
Prentice Hall Internatio
nal Editions

1994

ISBN 0
-
13
-
176876
-
X


P.C. Sen

Principles of electric

machines and power electronics. 2nd edition.
John Wiley

& Sons, Inc

ISBN 0
-
471
-
02295
-
0.
1996.


319

ECE


IIT







7) Probability and S
tatistics


45 hours

US Credits : 3


Prerequisites :

Calculus and analytical geometry (incl vector analysis)

Usual functions. Euclidian space. Partial differenciation. Multiple integrals.Line and surface integrals.
Integral theorems of vector calculus


Contents :

Elementary probability theory including discr
ete and continuous distributions, sampling, estimation,
confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and linear regression.
Applications. Limit theorem
.

IIT Math 474 ( 3 c.h.)



Total number of courses 8* +1** = 28 CH





*Electronic Circuits and Ele
ctric labs = 2 courses = 6 c.h.

**Computer Architecture may open if there is enough demand.

_____________________________________________________________


+ 5 additional courses for CS students ??




Data Structures & Analysis of Algorithms
.
3ch

(IIT CS 331
3
rd

semester)

Three hours lecture. Non
-
linear data structures and their associated

algorithms. Trees, graphs, hash tables, relational data model, file

organization. Advanced software design and development.





Discrete Structures

(IIT CS 330 4
th

semester)

Three hours lecture. Concepts of algorithms, induction,

recursion,proofs, topics from logic,set theory, combinatorics, graph

theory fundamental to study of computer science.




Computer Architecture

(IIT CS 470 elective)

Three hours lecture. Detailed des
ign and implementation of a

stored
-
program digital computer system. Designs for the CPU, I/O

subsystems, and memory organizations. ALU design and computer arithmetic.




Operating Systems

(IIT CS 450 IIT 6th semester)

Three hours lecture. Historical devel
opment systems to control complex

computing systems; process management, communication, scheduling

techniques;file systems concepts and operation; data communication,

distributed process management.




Algorithms


Three hours lecture. Study of complexity
of algorithms and algorithm

design. Tools for analyzing efficiency; design of algorithms, including

recurrence,divide
-
and
-
conquer, dynamic programming and greedy algorithms.