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Computer Engineering and Systems Group

Sunil Khatri

Dept. of ECE

Texas A&M University

Slide2

About Computer Engineering in ECEA joint program between ECE and CS

CE degrees

MS, ME, PhD

Group Leader:Dr. Pierce CantrellAdministrative Assistant:Vickie Winston, 333E WEBhttp://cesg.tamu.edu http://engineering.tamu.edu/electrical/

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FacultyPierce Cantrell (group leader)Nick Duffield Gwan Choi Paul Gratz

I-Hong Hou

Jiang HuSunil Khatri P. R. KumarPeng Li 3

Mi

Lu

Stavros

Kalafatis

JV

Rajendran

Narasimha

Reddy

Weiping

Shi

Srinivas

Shakkottai

Alex Sprintson

Karan Watson

Xi Zhang

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Areas of ResearchVLSI Circuits and SystemsElectronic Design Automation (EDA)Logic SynthesisSystem-on-Silicon (

SoC

)

Hardware AccelerationBiomedical ApplicationsLow Power/Energy VLSI Design Radiation Hardened VLSI Design

Solid State R

adiation

D

etectors

VLSI

Realization

of

Machine Learning Algorithms

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Areas of ResearchComputer Systems and ArchitectureMulti-core Processor D

esign

Processor

MicroarchitectureMemory Systems HierarchiesSystem Designs for Emerging Non-volatile MemoriesStorage Systems

Network Processors

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Slide6

Areas of ResearchCommunication NetworksWireless NetworksContent DistributionP2P Networks

Software-Defined Networks

Network Security

Real-time Communication Network Coding

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Slide7

Areas of ResearchCyber-Physical SystemsNetwork and Data ScienceMeasurement and Analysis of Internet Data

Big Data Analytics

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Slide8

CESG Faculty8

Prof.

Pierce

Cantrell

Group

leader

Computer Networking

Prof.

Gwan

Choi

High-performance and low-power VLSI design

Wireless network circuits

High-performance and low-power VLSI design

Wireless network circuits

System-on-chip solutions for smartphones and tablets

Slide9

CESG Faculty9

Prof. Nick Duffield

Computer Networking

Measurement & Inference

Big Data

& Algorithms

Prof. Paul

Gratz

High performance multicore computer architectures

Memory systems

Reliability and energy

e

fficiency in computer systems

Slide10

CESG Faculty10

Prof. I-Hong Hou

Wireless networks

Sensor networks

Multimedia networking

Queueing theory

Prof. Jiang Hu

Physical design automation

Low power VLSI design

Hardware security

Slide11

CESG Faculty11

Prof. P. R.

Kumar

Engineering Chair in Comp. Eng.

Research

Wireless networks

Cyber-physical systems

Energy systems

Automated transportation

Control theory

Information

theory

Prof.

Stavros

Kalafatis

Datacenter system optimization

Software-Defined systems

Robotics

Sensor systems

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CESG Faculty12

Prof. Sunil Khatri

VLSI logic synthesis and

circuit design

Low power, resilient, rad-hard

circuit

Genomics

FPGA and GPU based algorithm

acceleration

Prof. Peng Li

VLSI interconnect modeling, timing

Signal/power integrity

Analog/Mixed-signal/RF CAD

Circuit simulation

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CESG Faculty13

Prof.

Mi

Lu

Parallel

computing

Distributed processing

Computer architectures

Computer networks

Prof. JV

Rajendran

Hardware security

Nanoelectronic

computing Architectures

VLSI design

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CESG Faculty14

Prof. Srinivas Shakkottai

Research

Computer networks

Game theory

Content

distribution

Wireless

networks

Prof. A. L. N. Reddy

Associate Dean for Research

Associate Agency Director for Strategic Initiatives and Centers

Computer networks

I/O systems

Computer architecture

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CESG Faculty15

Prof. Alexander Sprintson

Research

Communication networks

Network algorithms

Network coding

Network survivability

Prof.

Weiping

Shi

VLSI logic synthesis

VLSI circuit design

Low power, resilient circuits

VLSI testing

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CESG Faculty16

Prof.

Karen Watson

Regents Professor

Engineering education

Entrepreneurships

VLSI Design

Prof. Xi Zhang

Mobile wireless

n

etworks

Wireless s

ensor networks

QoS

for

wireless

n

etworks

Random

signal

Processing for

wireless communication

s

ystems

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CESG Staff17

Vickie Winston

Program Specialist II

333E WEB

Phone

:

985-6487

Email: vwinston@tamu.edu

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Master of EngineeringOutline18

January 2018

MASTER OF ENGINEERING IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING - ME

(Non-Thesis)

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Requirements for Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering (Non-Thesis)Additional Course Requirements (Applies to ME, MS, and Ph.D.)Foundation and First-Level Graduate CoursesTentative List of Courses for Master of Engineering CEEN Students

Must take at least 6 courses from this

list

Tentative List of Spring 2018 Computer Engineering & Systems CoursesLocation of Departmental Orientation

Master of EngineeringOutline

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Requirements for Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering (Non-Thesis)Total number of hours (30)A minimum of 27 classroom hours (Excludes 681, 684, & 685).Classroom hours must be taken from courses within the College of Engineering and/or College of Science. One course from the ISYS Dept. in the College of Business is allowed.

A minimum of 24 classroom hours from the Departments of CSCE and ECEN

At least 13 of these 24 hours must be in ECEN.

At least 6 courses from the CEEN Master of Engineering student course list. Transfer hours allowed from another institution (max of 6 hours)Transfer hours must be from a peer institution; they cannot have been used on a previous degree plan.Students must send syllabus, transcript, and TAMU course equivalent to the Graduate Office. Transfer hours are subject to the approval of the GSC. Undergraduate hours allowed (max of 6 hours)Only 400 level undergraduate courses can be included on degree plan.

Courses must be from the College of Engineering and/or College of Science. 

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Requirements for Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering (Non-Thesis) (Continued)

One hour of seminar is allowed (ECEN/CSCE 681) but is

NOT

requiredNo more than (3) hours allowed (combined) including Seminar (681), Internship (684), and Directed Studies (685). Research (691) hours are not allowed on the MEN degree plan. A Final Project Report is required to be submitted to the Graduate

OfficeA graded project from any ECEN or CSCE graduate course can be used to fulfill this requirement The project requires a grade, the professor’s signature, and a completed cover

page.

It must be submitted in the graduating semester; see

eCampus

page for submission deadlines and other

requirements.

Composition of supervisory committee

The Graduate Coordinator will be the chair of all MEN committees. No other committee members are needed.

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Additional Course Requirements (Applies to ME, MS, and Ph.D.)STAT 651 and STAT 652 (statistics courses) are for non-science majors and are

not

allowed

. Traditionally no courses will be admitted from Engineering Technology because of the non-calculus based curriculum and no approved graduate program. Credit for CSCE 614 may not be allowed in addition to ECEN 651 unless approved by the student’s advisor.

Credit for CSCE 619 and CSCE 612 may not be allowed in addition to ECEN 602. Please check with your advisor

.

No credit will be given for CSCE 601 & 602

.

No credit will be given for the following foundation courses ECEN 214, ECEN 248, ECEN 314, ECEN 325, ECEN 350, CSCE 321, CSCE

221

and CSCE 311

.

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Foundation and First-Level Graduate CoursesFoundation Courses (No graduate credit)ECEN 214 Electrical Circuit Theory

ECEN 248 Introduction to Digital Systems Design

ECEN 314 Signals & Systems

ECEN 325 ElectronicsECEN 350 Computer Architecture and DesignECEN 423 Computer and Wireless Communications NetworksCSCE 221 Data Structures and AlgorithmsCSCE 311 Analysis of AlgorithmsRecommended first-level graduate courses 

ECEN Undergraduate Courses: 468CSCE Undergraduate Courses: 410ECEN Graduate Courses: 602, 621, 651, 653, 654, 687, 714, 754, 749CSCE Graduate Courses: 614 (only with advisor approval), 629, 662

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Tentative List of Courses for Master of Engineering CEEN Students

Must take at least 6 courses from the list below and on the following two

slides

Hardware/VLSIECEN 749 Microprocessor System DesignECEN 714 Digital Integrated Circuit DesignECEN 468 Advanced Digital System DesignECEN 654 VLSI System DesignECEN 680 Test and Diagnosis of Digital SystemsECEN 687 Introduction to VLSI Design AutomationECEN 699 Advances in VLSI Logic SynthesisECEN 751 Advanced Computational Methods for Integrated System Design

ECEN 752 Advances in VLSI Circuit Design

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Tentative List of Courses for Master of Engineering CEEN Students

Networks

ECEN 602 Computer

Communications and Networking ECEN 619 Internet Protocols and ModelingECEN 621 Mobile Wireless NetworksECEN 627 Multimedia Systems and NetworksCSCE 663 Real-Time SystemsCSCE 665 Advanced Networking and SecurityCSCE 664 Wireless and Mobile Systems

ECEN 689 Special Topics CoursesComputer ArchitectureECEN 651 Microprogrammed Control of Digital Systems

(CSCE 614 with advisor approval only)

ECEN 653 Computer Arithmetic Unit Design

ECEN 676 Advanced Computer Architecture

CSCE 605 Compiler

Design

Slide26

Tentative List of Courses for Master of Engineering CEEN Students

Systems and Software

CSCE 410 Operating Systems

CSCE 606 Software Engineering CSCE 629 Analysis of AlgorithmsCSCE 662 Distributed Processing SystemsCSCE 670 Information Retrieval and StorageNetworking and System TheoryECEN 434/754 Optimization for Electrical & Computer Engineering ApplicationsECEN 663 Data Compression with Applications to Speech and VideoECEN 750 Design and Analysis of Communication Networks

ECEN 753 Theory and Applications of Networking CodingECEN 755 Stochastic SystemsECEN 689 Special Topics Courses

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Tentative List of Computer Engineering and Systems Classes for Spring 2018

ECEN 619 – Internet Protocols and Modeling

ECEN 653 – Computer Arithmetic Unit Design

ECEN 654 – Very Large Scale Integrated Systems DesignECEN 681 – SeminarECEN 699 – Advances in VLSI Logic SynthesisECEN 714 – Digital Integrated Circuit Design (Stacked with ECEN 454)

ECEN 749 – Microprocessor Systems Design (Stacked with ECEN 449)

ECEN

751 – Computational

Methods for Integrated Systems Design

ECEN 755 – Stochastic Systems

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Master of Science28

January 2018

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING - MS

(

Thesis Option)

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Computer Engineering Degrees MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (Thesis Option) Total number of hours (32)A

minimum of 24 classroom hours (Excludes 681, 684, 685, & 691

)

A minimum of 21 classroom hours from the College of Engineering and College of Science Transfer hours allowed from a peer institution (6)Max undergraduate hours (6 hours/400 only) Special problems, seminar, and research (681, 685, & 691) 8 hours maximum of these

courses4 hours minimum of 6911 hour of seminar (ECEN/CSCE 681) is required

No more than 3 hours (in combination) of ECEN 681, 684, and

685

Final

defense of thesis is required for all MS students.

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Master of Science30

January 2018

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING – Ph.D.

Slide31

Computer Engineering Degrees PH.D. IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Total

number of hours (64 or 96)

For students who already hold a Master’s Degree, 64 total hours are required.For “direct PhD” students, 96 hours are required. - A minimum of 18 (or 42) classroom hours (excludes 681,684,685,691) - 18 hours required for students with a previous Master’s Degree and 42 for direct PhD

students - Classroom hours must be taken from courses within the College of Engineering and College of

Science

Max undergraduate hours (8 hours / 2 courses 400 only)

Three hours of seminar (ECEN/CSCE 681) are

required

At most 3 hours of ECEN 684

No more than 2 credit hours of Directed Studies (685) are allowed

Students working on a research project should enroll in Research (691) hours31

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Ph.D. requirements (continued)A maximum of 6 transfer hours allowed from another institution. Transfer hours must be from a “peer institution”. Transfer hours are subject to the approval of the Graduate Studies Committee. Total number of hours (64 beyond the MS or 96 beyond the BS)

Incoming

PHD students are required to take the exam within one year of starting the program

.Students entering the program with a previous degree outside of Electrical or Computer Engineering are allowed, with the approval of their advisor, an extra year and will be required to take the exam by the end of the second year.Those students that fail the examination are given a second opportunity to retake the exam which must be taken at the next opportunity in which the exam is offered.Those that fail the examination twice will be removed from the PHD program.

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Ph.D. requirements (continued)Preliminary examination /PrelimFinal examination / Defense

33

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Recommended first-year coursesECEN (undergraduate courses) 468 CSCE

(undergraduate courses)

410

ECEN (graduate courses) 602, 621, 651, 653, 654, 687, 714, 754, 749 CSCE (graduate courses) 614, 629, 662

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Foundational Courses (no graduate credit)ECEN 214 Electrical Circuit Theory ECEN 248 Introduction to Digital Systems Design

ECEN

314 Signals & Systems

ECEN 325 ElectronicsECEN 350 Computer Architecture and Design ECEN 423 Computer and Wireless Communications Networks CSCE 221

Data Structures and Algorithms CSCE 311 Analysis of Algorithms

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsHardware/VLSI:ECEN 454/714 Digital Integrated Circuit DesignECEN

468 Advanced Digital System Design

ECEN

749 Microprocessor System Design ECEN 624 IC Design Tools ECEN 654 VLSI System Design ECEN 680 Test and Diagnosis of Digital Systems ECEN 687 Introduction to VLSI Design Automation

ECEN 699 Advances in VLSI Logic Synthesis ECEN

751 Advanced Computational Methods

for Integrated System

Design

ECEN

752 Advances in VLSI Circuit Design

CSCE

661 Integrated Systems Design Automation36

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsNetworks:ECEN 602 Computer Comm. and Networking ECEN

619 Internet Protocols and Modeling

ECEN

621 Mobile Wireless Networks ECEN 627 Multimedia Systems and Networks CSCE 663 Real-Time Systems CSCE 665 Advanced Networking and Security CSCE 664 Wireless and Mobile Systems

ECEN 689 Special Topics Courses

37

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsComputer Architecture:ECEN 651 Microprogrammed Control of Digital Systems

(

not CSCE 614) ECEN 653 Computer Arithmetic Unit DesignECEN 659 Parallel/Distributed Numerical Algorithms and Applications

ECEN 676 Advanced Computer Architecture

CSCE

605 Compiler Design

38

Slide39

Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsSystems and Software:CSCE 410 Operating Systems

CSCE

606 Software Engineering

CSCE 629 Analysis of Algorithms CSCE 662 Distributed Processing Systems

CSCE 670 Information Retrieval and Storage

39

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsMathematics and Statistics:MATH 415 Modern Algebra I*MATH

416 Modern Algebra

II

MATH 446 Principles of Analysis I*MATH 447 Topics in Analysis IISTAT 601 Statistical AnalysisMATH 606 Theory of Probability IMATH

607 Real Variables I*MATH 608 Real Variables II MATH 619 - Applied Probability*

MATH

625 - Applied SDEs MATH 651 Optimization I*

MATH

630

Combinatorics MATH 652 Optimization II

40

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsEnglish:ENGL 301 Technical Writing (no graduate

credit

)*

Computer Engineering Seminar ECEN 681 - Seminar

41

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Tentative List of Courses for Graduate CEEN StudentsNetworking and System Theory:ECEN 434/754 Optimization for Electrical & Computer Engineering Applications

ECEN

663

Data Compression with Applications to Speech and Video ECEN 750 Design and Analysis of Communication Networks ECEN 753 Theory and Applications of Networking Coding ECEN 755 Stochastic Systems

ECEN 689 Special Topics Courses

42

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ECEN 689: Introduction to Hardware Security43

Offered in

Spring 201

8

Objectives:

Hardware attacks and how to prevent them

Actual implantation of attacks and countermeasures

Make students job ready for hardware security positions

Instructor

:

Prof.

JV

Rajendran

Slide44

ECEN 699: Advances in VLSI Logic Synthesis

Offered in

Spring 201

8Objectives:

The class covers several methods for logic representation, manipulation and optimization, for combinational as well as sequential logic.

The course covers two-level as well as multi-level logic synthesis, and multi-valued synthesis as well. The focus is a sound understanding of the theory and practical implementation of logic techniques, which can be applied to a wide variety of fields.

Prerequisite

:

Graduate

standing, or instructor

consent

Instructor:

Prof

.

Khatri

44

Slide45

ECEN 651: Microprogrammed Control of Digital Systems45

Offered in

Spring 2018

Objectives

:

Hardware and software concepts involved in the design and construction of microprocessor-based digital systems; microprocessor architecture; bussing; interfacing; data input/output; memories; and software development for operation and testing; design projects with microprocessors and related components

Prerequisite:

ELEN 350 and 449 or approval of

instructor

Instructor:

Prof. Lu

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ECEN 653: Computer Arithmetic Unit Design46

Offered in

Spring 2018

Objectives

:

Design of digit computer arithmetic unit, control and memory. Focusing on microprocessor arithmetic logic unit (ALU) design; high-speed addition, subtraction, multiplication and division algorithms and implementations; design and simulation with integrated circuit components and VLSI circuits.

Prerequisite:

ECEN

651

Instructor:

Prof

.

Mi

Lu

Slide47

ECEN 602: Computer Communication and Networking47

Offered in

Fall

201

8

Objectives:

Computer communication and computer networks; use of the International Standards Organization (ISO) seven-layer Open Systems Interconnection model as basis for systematic approach; operational networks to be included in the study of each layer; homework assignments to make use of a campus computer

network.

Prerequisite

:

Statistical probability

background

Instructor

:

Prof.

Pierce Cantrell

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ECEN 754: Optimization for Electrical and Computer Engineering Applications

48

Offered in Fall

2018

Objectives:

Important applications in electrical and computer engineering require knowledge of linear/nonlinear/convex programming.

This course covers applications of importance to Electrical and Computer Engineering, including estimation of signals, routing and congestion control

in communication

networks, elastic flows in real-time wireless networks, wafer fabrication plants, and economic dispatch in electrical power systems.

Students

will write their own code for several methods.  

Prerequisite

:

Math

304 or 309 or 311; and Math 251; and Graduate

standing

Instructor:

Prof. P. R. Kumar

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ECEN 676: Advanced Computer Architecture49

Offered in

Fall 2018

Objectives:

This course explores design of high-performance computer architectures and their quantitative analysis.

Microarchitectural

details of modern superscalar processors. Emphasis on fine-grain and coarse-grain parallelism; interconnection networks; shared memory

architectures

; multi-threaded architectures.

Achieving performance under strict power constraints.

Prerequisite:

ECEN

651 or CPSC 614 or approval of

instructor

Instructor:

Prof

. Paul

Gratz

Intel’s “

Haswell

” i7 Die Photo

Slide50

ECEN 755: Stochastic Systems

50

Offered in

Spring 2019

Objectives

:

Important

applications in electrical and computer engineering require knowledge of stochastic systems. This course deals with several models of stochastic systems and their analysis. It studies topics including performance evaluation, estimation, control, scheduling, identification and adaptation. It has applications in several fields such as computer engineering, communication networks and

control.

 

Prerequisite

:

Math

411; and Graduate

standing

Instructor:

Prof. P. R. Kumar

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ECEN 654: VLSI Systems Design 51

Offered in

Spring 201

9

Solutions

for mobile System-on-Chips

SOCs

Topics Discussed:

Introduction to Design Automation Methods

Low-Power VLSI Design

Low-Power Multimedia Processing

Timing Design for Low-Power Applications

Baseband Processing

HW/SW Co-design Verification

Memory Subsystem Design

What are

SoCs

?

A6, Hummingbird,

Tegra

, OMAP, Snapdragon, etc. Chips that go on to cell phones, tablets, and eventually everything else

What will the future

SoCs

have in common?

Multi/many-core processorsMultimedia unitsBaseband processingSensorsMemorySpecial ASIC modulesWe will discuss emerging design methods.Instructor: Prof. Gwan Choi

Slide52

ECEN 753: Theory and Applications of Network Coding52

Offered in

Spring 2019

Objectives

:

Wireless network coding

Coding for reliability and security

Distributed storage/regenerating codes

Prerequisite

:

Graduate standing

Instructor

:

Prof

.

Alex

Sprintson

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Seminars681- 604 CE Seminar (Sprintson) Fridays, WEB 236C, 4:10 PM – 5:10 PM Fishbowl seminar (Hou)

On occasion, Fishbowl, Thursdays, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

681-601 ECEN Department Seminar (Hou)

Fridays, WEB 236C, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM53

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Courses to be offered in Fall 2018ECEN 602 -

Computer Networks (Dr. Cantrell)

ECEN

676 - Advanced Computer Architecture (Dr. Gratz)ECEN 681

– CESG seminar (Dr. Hou)ECEN

689

-

Intelligent & Dependable Systems (Dr. Hu)

ECEN

751

- Advanced

Computational Methods for Integrated System

Design (Dr. Li)

ECEN

754 – Optimization for ECE Applications (Dr. Kumar)

ECEN

758

-

Data Mining and Analysis (Dr. Duffield)

ECEN 759

Hardware Security (Dr.

Rajendran

)

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Courses to be offered in Spring 2019ECEN 619 - Internet

Protocols and

Modeling (Dr. Zhang)

ECEN 651 - Computer Architecture (Dr. Lu)

ECEN 654 - VLSI Systems Design (Dr. Choi)ECEN 681 –

CESG seminar (Dr. Hou)

ECEN

689 - VLSI Machine Learning Systems (Dr. Li)

ECEN 689 -

Spl

. Topics – Arch. for Machine

Learning (

Dr

.

Khatri)

ECEN

753

-

Theory and Applications of Network Coding (Dr. Sprintson)

ECEN 755

Stochastic Systems (Dr. Kumar)

ECEN

756

-

Game Theory (Dr. Shakkottai)ECEN 757 - Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing (Dr. Hou) ECEN 758 - Data Mining and Analysis (Dr. Duffield) 55

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Funding opportunities RA positions Funding provided by individual faculty membersProvide tuition waiver (in-state tuition)TA positions Must pass oral section of ELPE Provide tuition waiver Assigned by the department

Course instructors can make recommendations

Grader positions

Assigned by course instructors – Check with them.Do provide tuition support/waiver 56

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Merit Scholarship

ECE Graduate

Merit

Scholarship

– Fall Only

The

scholarship awardees will receive a one-time stipend of $

1,000

and be eligible for the in-state tuition.  

 

Eligibility:

Newly admitted and current CESG Ph. D. and M. S. students who are currently not supported by a research, teaching assistantship or a fellowship. Note that scholarship recipients are

required to complete a thesis and shall not transfer to the non-thesis M.E. program at a later time

.

 

How to Apply:

Submit your application online

at:

http://

engineering.tamu.edu/electrical/academics/advising/graduate/funding

You

should specify your “Area” as “Computer Engineering”. You should not apply to multiple areas at the same time

.

Talk to faculty members you would like to work with.

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ECEN Orientation

Graduate Student

Orientation

by Dr. Scott Miller

Tuesday, January 9

WEB, Room 236C, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

CESG

Orientation by Dr. Sunil Khatri

Wednesday, January 10, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

OGAPS Orientation

Friday, January 12, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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