Bulent Sarlioglu Whether you are considering undergraduate or graduate-level education, the College of Engineering is the right place for you. Enroll Info: Knowledge of basic probability analysis [such as E C E 331, STAT/MATH 431, or STAT 311] strongly encouraged. Reduction techniques. Topics include software engineering processes; requirements and specifications; project team organization and management; software architectures; design patterns; testing and debugging; and cost and quality metrics and estimation. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 340 or member of Engineering Guest Students, E C E/COMP SCI 352 — DIGITAL SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS, Logic components, Boolean algebra, combinational logic analysis and synthesis, synchronous and asynchronous sequential logic analysis and design, digital subsystems, computer organization and design. Enroll Info: None, E C E/COMP SCI 757 — ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE II, Parallel algorithms, principles of parallelism detection and vectorizing compilers, interconnection networks, MIMD machines, processor synchronization, data coherence, multis, dataflow machines, special purpose processors. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 353 or concurrent enrollment, or member of Engineering Guest Students, A hands-on introduction to a variety of different sensor types. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: (E C E 203 or 330), graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, Statistical analysis of information transmission systems. Follow along with on-campus classes via prerecorded lectures, email exchange of assignments, email communication with instructors, and proctored tests taken at your place of employment. On-line contingency studies and contingency remedial action. Mathematical topics include Bayesian probability and statistics, random vectors, categorical random variables, entropy, mutual information, and source coding. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 330 and (MATH 320 or 340), graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, E C E 536 — INTEGRATED OPTICS AND OPTOELECTRONICS, Characteristics of semiconductors; study of physical mechanisms and modeling of solid state electronic and photonic devices; principles of optoelectronic processing and examples of integrated optoelectronics. Emphasis is placed on the techniques of mapping algorithms onto array structures for real time signal processing. Graduate education in a specific area of expertise, Resident & nonresident: $1,600 per credit, Yes Counts toward the Natural Sci req, Junior standing or member of Engineering Guest Students, Graduate/professional standing or member of Engineering Guest Students, Graduate/professional standing or member of the Pre-Masters Mathematics (Visiting International) Program. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: Sophomore standing or member of Engineering Guest Students, Course Designation: Workplace - Workplace Experience Course, Repeatable for Credit: Yes, unlimited number of completions, E C E 203 — SIGNALS, INFORMATION, AND COMPUTATION, Introduction to the signals, information, and computational techniques in electrical engineering. Apply the relevant scientific and technological advancements, techniques, and engineering tools to address these problems. Current engineering students, view our fall 2020 information. Topics include characterization of mobile wireless channels, demodulation of DS-SS signals, diversity techniques, interference suppression methods, and low-complexity adaptive receivers. Enroll Info: None, E C E/CBE/MATH 777 — NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, BIFURCATIONS AND CHAOS, Advanced interdisciplinary introduction to qualitative and geometric methods for dissipative nonlinear dynamical systems. Scaling for fixed point arithmetic. Eric Hoffman Enroll Info: None, E C E 219 — ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR ELECTROMAGNETICS ENGINEERING, Reviews basic calculations in electromagnetic engineering upon which all higher level concepts and physical model construction are based. All degree options require enrollment in one summer lab to fulfill graduation requirements and students must maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale in all graduate-level courses. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 271 and (E C E 340 or concurrent enrollment), or member of Engineering Guest Students, Static and dynamic electromagnetic fields; forces and work in electromechanical systems; magnetic circuits; plane wave propagation; reflection of plane waves; generalized transmission line equations; current and voltage on transmission lines; impedance transformation and matching; Smith charts. Enroll Info: Basic knowledge of plasmas [such as PHYSICS/E C E/N E 525] and advanced electromagnetics [such as PHYSICS 721 or E C E 740] strongly encouraged. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 342, graduate/professional standing, member of Engineering Guest Students, or declared in Capstone Certificate in Power Conversion and Control, E C E 420 — ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE TRANSMISSION, Transmission lines: frequency domain analysis of radio frequency and microwave transmission circuits including power relations and graphical and computer methods. Funding information for each named option program is available on the corresponding pages: Review the Graduate School minimum academic progress and degree requirements, in addition to the program requirements listed below. Electrical Engineering: Professional, M.S. E C E 551 or knowledge of Verilog is recommended. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 335, graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, E C E 447 — APPLIED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS, Analysis with design problems of electronic communications circuits. ©2020 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, Online Professional Degrees and Certificates, Diversity in Engineering Student Experience, Returning Adults and Second Degree Students, Professional Online Master’s Degrees and Certificates, Engineers’ Day: Celebrating our distinguished alumni, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering, Master of Science Programs in Electrical Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical Engineering. Discussion of current leading confinement concepts: tokamaks, tandem mirrors, stellarators, reversed field pinches, etc. Select a named option for courses required. Ramya Korlakai Vinayak Top faculty. New Engineering Building. John Booske, the Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor and Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor in electrical and computer engineering at UW-Madison is the 2020 recipient of the John R. Pierce Award for Excellence in Vacuum Electronics awarded by the IEEE Electron Devices Society’s Vacuum Electronics Technical Committee. Students with credit for E C E 453 or 554 may not enroll. Registration as a professional engineer by examination, if achieved, should be documented to support your application. This site was built using the UW Theme | Privacy Notice | © 2020 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Study online or on campus at an acclaimed research institution with elite faculty. *Equivalency to an ABET accredited program: Applicants who do not hold a bachelor’s degree from an ABET accredited program may also qualify for admission to the program. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 412, graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, E C E/COMP SCI/I SY E 524 — INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION, Introduction to mathematical optimization from a modeling and solution perspective. As a UW student, you will be part of a vibrant community, challenged and supported by your fellow learners, as well as instructors. Processor design, instruction set design, and addressing; control structures and microprogramming; memory management, caches, and memory hierarchies; and interrupts and I/O structures. Paul H. Milenkovic $1,600 per credit, payable at the beginning of each semester. Faculty seminars spanning energy and power systems, applied physics, electromagnetic fields, plasmas, communications and signal processing, controls, photonics, solid state, and computers will be given. Research interests: Electrical power conversion, AC power flow control, design of power converters, distributed generation, power converter architecture, power converter packaging. Formulation of applications as discrete and continuous optimization problems and equilibrium models. Verilog and VHDL description languages. E C E 555 or equivalent experience is strongly recommended. WEMPEC is an internationally renowned power electronics research and electric machines research group located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. * The University of Wisconsin–Madison ranked Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs and Best Engineering Grad Schools by U.S. News & World Report. Here you will find a community in which you will excel. In-depth study of robotics modeling and control. Enroll Info: None. Have a BS degree from a program accredited by ABET or the equivalent. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: (E C E 355, 356, or 377), graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, or declared in Power Conversion and Control Capstone Certificate, Course Designation: Grad 50% - Counts toward 50% graduate coursework requirement, Operating characteristics of power semiconductor devices such as Bipolar Junction Transistors, IGBTs, MOSFETs and Thyristors. The Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC) is a UW–Madison technology focus center sponsored by companies holding an interest in electric machines and power electronics. Giri Venkataramanan Electrical Engineering degree: Research—traditional two-year master's program culminating in a thesis or research project. Enroll Info: None, E C E 711 — DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF AC DRIVES, Principles of power converters, two axis models of AC machines and AC drives, simulation of drive systems, analytical modeling of drives, dynamic behavior of induction and synchronous motors and drive systems. E C E/N E/PHYSICS 749 — COHERENT GENERATION AND PARTICLE BEAMS, Fundamental theory and recent advances in coherent radiation charged particle beam sources (microwave to X-ray wavelengths) including free electron lasers, wiggler/wave-particle dynamics, Cerenkov masers, gyrotrons, coherent gain and efficiency, spontaneous emission, beam sources and quality, related accelerator concepts experimental results and applications. We develop and deliver courses for high-performing professionals, with a deep understanding of the challenges those professionals face. Also: Mechanical Engineering. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E/N E/PHYSICS 525, graduate/professional standing, or member of Engineering Guest Students, Course Designation: Breadth - Physical Sci. Employer Support Effect on power system design and operation. Enroll Info: Knowledge of digital signal processing [such as E C E 431] and computer architecture [such as E C E/COMP SCI 552] strongly encouraged. Faculty seminars spanning energy and power systems, applied physics, electromagnetic fields, plasmas, communications and signal processing, controls, photonics, solid state, and computers will be given. You can support The College of Engineering by making a gift to the University of Wisconsin Foundation. Students will work in large teams on a substantial programming project. Advanced probability concepts. E C E 744 — THEORY OF MICROWAVE CIRCUITS AND DEVICES. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: E C E 203 or member of Engineering Guest Students, Terminal characteristics of electric machines, elements of speed control, voltage regulation, and applications in systems. Enroll Info: None, Requisites: Graduate/professional standing or member of the Pre-Masters Mathematics (Visiting International) Program, E C E/B M E/MED PHYS 778 — MACHINE LEARNING IN ULTRASOUND IMAGING, Concepts and machine learning techniques for ultrasound beamforming for image formation and reconstruction to image analysis and interpretation will be presented. ECE M.S.