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June 4, 2024

ECE: EE 539C: Research Seminar on Wearable Intelligence – AUT 24

Instructor: Dr. Yiyue Luo (alyssaluoyiyue@gmail.com) Time: Tuesdays, 2:30 – 4:20 PM Location: ECE 403 2 credits, SLN: 23764 Ever wished you could harness the power of Iron Man’s suit in your everyday life? Dive into the world of Wearable Intelligence with our research seminar! In this course, we will explore opportunities and challenges at the…


May 22, 2024

ECE: EE464/EE574, Antenna: Analysis and Design – AUT 24

Instructor: Hossein Naghavi (naghavi@uw.edu) Class schedule: Mon/Wed 4:30-6:20 PM Introduction and Objectives: Antennas are the eyes and ears of any wireless system, which are ubiquitous, and their contribution to our daily life is exponentially expanding by emerging new technologies like IoT and VR headsets. These wireless systems cannot properly operate unless they utilize transmitting and…


March 5, 2024

AA: AA 598 – Kinetic Simulations – SPR 24

AA 598 – Kinetic Simulations 3 credits SLN: 10055 Spring 2024 Time: 11:30-12:50 on Tuesdays and Thursdays Location: MUE 154 Instructor: Dr. Bhuvana Srinivasan Email: srinbhu@uw.edu Course Overview The purpose of this course is to provide the student with techniques for simulating plasmas on a range of spatial and temporal scales with applications including electrodynamics, waves,…


February 29, 2024

AA: AA 598 Virtual & Experimental Structural Dynamics – SPR 24

A new special topics course, Spring quarter Course content: Virtual and experimental techniques focusing on modern optical methods such as optical flow for characterizing the structural dynamics of aerospace, mechanical, and biological systems. Optical flow is a powerful computer vision method for describing image motion. You will learn advanced non-contact sensing techniques, such as high-speed imaging, high-speed…


February 26, 2024

ECE: EE 451/551: Wind Energy – SPR 24

EE 451/551: Wind Energy W,F 12.30 – 2.20 pm Description This course explores wind energy resources, wind turbine generators and converters, considerations of wind energy siting and planning, challenges and potential solutions to wind energy integration into the power grid, wind energy economics and the socio-environmental implications of wind energy development How?  Students will achieve…


February 12, 2024

MSE 482/582 – Biomaterials/Nanomaterials in Tissue Engineering – SPR 24

Biomaterials/Nanomaterials in Tissue Engineering (Credits: 3, Spring quarter 2024, Tues and Thurs 2:30-3:50 pm, Low 216) MSE482-582-Biomaterials-Tissue Engineering 2024 Instructor: Miqin Zhang Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery Adjunct Professor, Bioengineering, Radiology, Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine University of Washington Office Hours: 4:30-5:30 Tues in 302L Roberts Tel: (206) 616-9356…


November 28, 2023

ECE: EE 565A – Computer Communication Networks I (with practical hands-on project) – WIN 24

COMING SOON IN WINTER 2024. Computer networks are the backbone of the internet, enabling us to communicate across the globe. Take this course to learn how YouTube, Netflix, Amazon, and many other big companies provide amazing online services. This project-driven course will take you on a journey through important technologies in wired networks: Physical wires…


November 27, 2023

ECE: EE 539 A: (Quantum and classical) Stochastic calculus – WIN 24

Stochastic calculus is a fundamental mathematical framework that describes the evolution of noisy dynamic systems. In the classical world, stochastic differential equations are used for modeling non-Lagrangian systems and have applications ranging from physical system modeling to finance. In the quantum world, quantum stochastic differential equations are a fundamental tool in the theory of (noisy)…


November 17, 2023

ECE: EE 559 Special Topics in Electrical Energy System – Winter 2024

Wed, Fri: 12.30 – 2.20 pm Instructor: June Lukuyu (jlukuyu@uw.edu) Ending energy poverty and energy inequity is crucial to meeting all the major global development goals. This course will explore the challenge of energy poverty in various parts of the world and the relationship between current and future energy needs, and achieving the global goals…


November 3, 2023

ECE: EE 546, Wearable Robotics – WIN24

Winter 2024 Wed & Fri 2:30-3:50 p.m. 3 credits Students from Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Bioengineering, and Neuroscience are encouraged to register. In this course, you will… • Learn to understand and model the biomechanics, neural control, and energetics of human locomotion • Gain fundamental knowledge of modern approaches…



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