Date of publication: 2017-08-18 07:44
Deep Learning (CAP 6669) 8 credits
Prerequisites: COP 8585, for Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering majors
This courses teaches students basic concepts of deep learning with applications in computer science, engineering, business and other areas. The class covers major topics including math preliminaries, machine learning basics, deep forward networks, convolution networks, autoencoders, representation learning networks and their implementations and applications.
Cooperative Education - Ocean Engineering 6 & 7 (EOC 9999) 6-8 credits
Prerequisite: Successful completion of one semester of upper-level ocean engineering curriculum
Cooperative work-study with ocean oriented organizations for ocean engineering students who have completed at least one full semester of upper-level Ocean Engineering. On-the-job training and instruction. May be repeated once for credit. These credits do not count toward the bachelor's degree. Grading: S/U
Electronics 6 (EEE 8855) 9 credits
Prerequisite: EEL 8666
Introduction to solid state devices (diodes, BJTs, FETs) op-amps, small signal amplifier analysis, large signal analysis. Use of circuit analysis programs (SPICE, etc.).
Terrestrial Laser Scanning (CEG 5859C) 8 credits
This course gives an introduction to applications of terrestrial laser scanning systems in geosciences, engineering, urban planning, forestry, architecture, emergency planning and forensics.
Experimental Fluid Dynamics (EOC 6676) 8 credits
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
Course presents basic theory and practical application of various methods in experimental fluid dynamics with a special emphasis on optical measurement techniques. Topics include construction of flow facilities, thermal anemometry, acoustic Doppler velocimetry, dye and hydrogen bubble flow visualization, particle image velocimetry (PIV), stereo PIV, holography, and digital holography.
The math electives list consists of: MATH 56 , MATH 659 , MATH 658 , MATH 659 , MATH 665 , MATH 668 CS 657 , CS 755A PHIL 656 CME 655 , CME 657 , CME 658 (or EE658), CME 659 . Completion of MATH 57 and MATH 58 will together count as one math elective. Restrictions: CS 657 and PHIL 656 may not be used in combination to satisfy the math electives requirement. Students who have taken both MATH 56 and MATH 57 may not count CME 655 as an elective. Courses counted as math electives cannot also count as CS electives, and vice versa.
Advanced Hydrodynamics 7 (EOC 6686) 8 credits
Prerequisites: PHZ 9668, EOC 6685
The second course in a two-semester sequence providing a comprehensive and rigorous background in hydrodynamics for ocean engineering graduate students. The course will cover development of basic equations and fundamental approximations, potential flow, low and high Reynold's number flows, turbulence, and boundary layers. Basic analytic and numerical methods of problem solving are used.
A few credit hours from courses in aerospace studies, military science, or naval science may be applied toward graduation in lieu of certain required or elective courses. A student normally must complete the ROTC curriculum, whether or not it leads to a commission, to receive ROTC hours toward a bachelor’s degree in engineering. The student should submit a petition for substitution of courses to the department. The ROTC policy for each engineering degree program is listed with the information on each program.