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  Oct 20, 2017
 
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


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Kevin Tomsovic, Head
Leon Tolbert, Graduate Program Director

Professors
Abidi, M., PhD - Tennessee
Berry, M.W., PhD - Illinois
Birdwell, J.D., PhD - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bomar, B.W. (UTSI), PhD - Tennessee
Dongarra, J.J., PhD - New Mexico
Fathy, A., PhD - Polytechnic Institute of New York
Gregor, J., PhD - Aalborg (Denmark)
Langston, M.A., PhD - Texas A&M
Lawler, J.S., PhD - Michigan State
Parker, L.E., PhD - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Plank, J.S., PhD - Princeton
Poore, J.H., PhD - Georgia Tech
Pujol, S.A., (UTSI), PhD - Vanderbilt
Roberts, M.J., PhD - Tennessee
Thomason, M.G., PhD - Duke
Tomsovic, K., PhD - Washington
Vander Zanden, B.T., PhD - Cornell
Ward, R.C., PhD - Virginia
 
Associate Professors
Arel, I., PhD - Ben-Gurion (Israel)
Banks, D.C., PhD - North Carolina
Beck, M., PhD - Cornell
Blalock, B.J., PhD - Georgia Tech
Crilly, P.B., PhD - New Mexico State
Djouadi, S. M., PhD - McGill (Canada)
Huang, J., PhD - Ohio State
Islam, S.K., PhD - Connecticut
MacLennan, B.J., PhD - Purdue
Peterson, G.D., DSc - Washington (St. Louis)
Qi, H., PhD - North Carolina State
Smith, L.M. (UTSI), PhD - Tennessee
Tolbert, L.M., PhD, PE - Georgia Tech
Vose, M.D., PhD - Texas
 
Assistant Professors
Cao, Q., PhD - Illinios
Holleman, J., PhD - Washington
Li, F., PhD, PE - Virginia Tech
Li, H., PhD - Princeton
Wang, X., PhD - Washington (St. Louis)
Wu, J., PhD - Notre Dame
 
Lecturer
Mayo, J.W., MS - Tennessee
 
Emeriti Faculty
Alexeff, I., PhD, PE - Wisconsin
Bose, B.K., PhD - Calcutta
Bouldin, D.W., PhD - Vanderbilt
Gonzalez, R.C., PhD - Florida
Green, W.L., PhD - Texas A&M
Pace, M.O., PhD - Georgia Tech
Roth, J.R., PhD - Cornell
 
MAJORS    DEGREES
Computer Engineering   MS, PhD
    Computer architecture concentration    
  Computer networks concentration    
  Computer vision concentration    
  Data fusion concentration    
  Data structures concentration    
  Data visualization concentration    
  Embedded systems concentrations    
  Image processing concentration    
  Information systems concentration    
  VLSI system design concentration    
Computer Engineering   MS-MBA
Computer Science   MS, PhD
Computer Science   MS-MBA
Electrical Engineering   MS, PhD
  Circuit theory concentration    
  Communication theory concentration    
  Computers concentration    
  Control systems concentration    
  Electro-optics concentration    
  Electromagnetic theory concentration    
  Plasma engineering concentration    
  Power electronics concentration    
  Power systems concentration    
  Solid-state electronics concentration    
Electrical Engineering   MS-MBA
Reliability and Maintainability Engineering   MS
  Computer engineering concentration    
  Electrical engineering concentration    

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was recently formed after the merger of the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy with majors in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science.

Graduate work leading to the Master of Science with a major in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science may be completed during three semesters of full-time study or two to three years of part-time study.

The departmental graduate committee is responsible for administering, promoting, and advancing the general well being of the graduate program. Departmental actions regarding a graduate student may be appealed in writing, first to the departmental graduate committee and then to the department faculty. The requirements outlined below provide additional details regarding the graduate program requirements.

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