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Pathway information and seminars

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Pathway Information and Seminars

Pathways Exploration Seminars

Learn about your pathway options and interact with ECEE faculty and Staff on Zoom – https://asu.zoom.us/j/6359609978

Pathway Day Time
Controls Wednesday, September 23 10 a.m.
Power Wednesday, September 30 10 a.m
Signals Wednesday, October 7 10 a.m.
Electromag Wednesday, October 14 10 a.m.
Circuits Wednesday, October 21 10 a.m.
Physical electronics and photonics Wednesday, October 28 10 a.m.
Graduate school programs, 4+1 and careers Thursday, November 12 10 a.m.
What is Senior Design? Wednesday, November 18 10 a.m. 

Fall 2020 seminar recordings

Control Systems

The specialty area of Control Systems covers the topics of: system modeling, control systems design, neural networks, adaptive and learning systems, fault detection and real-time control applications. These topics are applied in fields from aerospace and semiconductors to power systems and biomedical.

Power Systems

Our Electric Power and Energy Systems program is one of the largest in the country with a variety of research expertise, simulation tools and experimental capabilities. The program has three subdivisions in power generation, transmission and distribution and electricity utilization.

Signal Processing and Communications

Signal Processing involves sound, images and sensor data, while Communications provides society with storage such as hard drives and connectivity such as the internet and mobile phones.

Circuits

The Circuits pathway familiarizes students with analog circuit design, digital and VLSI circuits, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and RF and microwave IC’s. These have applications in wireless technologies, security and bio-technologies.

Physical Electronics and Photonics

Physical Electronics and Photonics (formally Solid-State Electronics) deals with circuits and devices built from and contained within solid materials. Some examples are microchips, LED and LCD devices. The field covers topics including: semiconductor devices and materials, characterization, photonic/photovoltaic devices, semiconductor processing/intelligent control, nanoelectronics, molecular electronics and transport and computational electronics.

Graduate school and programs

Spring 2020 seminars

Electromagnetics

Electromagnetics is the study of the effect of charges at rest and charges in motion. This field analyzes, models and designs antenna systems, RF/Microwave circuits, fiber optics and electronic packaging.

Control Systems

The specialty area of Control Systems covers the topics of: system modeling, control systems design, neural networks, adaptive and learning systems, fault detection and real-time control applications. These topics are applied in fields from aerospace and semiconductors to power systems and biomedical.

Graduate schools and program

Physical Electronics and Photonics

Physical Electronics and Photonics (formally Solid-State Electronics) deals with circuits and devices built from and contained within solid materials. Some examples are microchips, LED and LCD devices. The field covers topics including: semiconductor devices and materials, characterization, photonic/photovoltaic devices, semiconductor processing/intelligent control, nanoelectronics, molecular electronics and transport and computational electronics.

Signal Processing and Communications

Signal Processing involves sound, images and sensor data, while Communications provides society with storage such as hard drives and connectivity such as the internet and mobile phones.

Power Systems

Our Electric Power and Energy Systems program is one of the largest in the country with a variety of research expertise, simulation tools and experimental capabilities. The program has three subdivisions in power generation, transmission and distribution and electricity utilization.

Circuits

The Circuits pathway familiarizes students with analog circuit design, digital and VLSI circuits, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and RF and microwave IC’s. These have applications in wireless technologies, security and bio-technologies.