Scott E. Rausch
Interim Department Head/Instructor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering/Physics 311
Computer and Electrical Engineering
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department houses well-equipped laboratories designed to give students easy access to experimental support for their theoretical studies. Junior and senior laboratory projects are conducted on an open laboratory basis that allows students to schedule experimental work at their own convenience. Laboratory facilities are open to students and are supervised until 10 p.m. on most weeknights.
Four general-purpose laboratories are fully equipped to provide facilities for experiments in such diverse areas as communication systems, control systems, electromechanics, energy conversion, digital circuits, computer vision and autonomous systems, and electronics. These laboratories can also be used to provide practical experience under the direct supervision of electrical and computer engineering faculty. In addition, there are special-purpose laboratories serving the fields of power systems, antennas, microwave engineering, analog and digital systems, mechatronics, real-time embedded systems, computer instrumentation, microprocessor development, reconfigurable logic, and parallel processing and cluster computing (in conjunction with the Mathematics and Computer Science Department).
Seniors and graduate students have access to facilities to work on senior design and graduate thesis projects. The work area allows students a convenient place in which to work for the duration of their project.
Notes on Computer Engineering Courses
Classes that are typically offered every semester include CENG 244/244L , CENG 351/351L , CENG 351/351L , CENG 464 , and CENG 465 .
Notes on Electrical Engineering Courses
Classes that are typically offered every semester include EE 220/220L , EE 221/221L , EE 264L , EE 301/301L , EE 351/351L , EE 464 , and EE 465 .