List of courses

The group is involved in the following courses:

EE1C11 Linear Circuits A (5 EC)

Circuit theory course for first year EE students, Part 1

EE1C21 Linear Circuits B (5 EC)

Circuit theory course for first year EE students, Part 2

EE1C31 Amplifiers and instrumentation (5 EC)

This course introduces the basics of electronic circuits for processing and amplification of information-carrying signals, and the basics of electronic instrumentation.

EE1L11 EPO-1: Booming Bass (5 EC)

Build, analyze and characterize a sound system consisting of a power source, amplifier and 3-way filters

EE1L11 EPO1 Booming Bass (5 EC)

Build, analyze and characterize a sound system.

EE1L21 EPO-2: Smart Robot Challenge (5 EC)

Build, program and operate a functional autonomous mobile robot

EE1P11 Classical and Quantum Mechanics (5 EC)

Basic physics related to electrical engineering

EE1P11_ Classical and Quantum Mechanics (5 EC)

"Classical and Quantum Mechanics" (EE1P11) teaches the basic elements of physics that are required to become an electrical engineer.

EE1P21 Electricity and Magnetism (5 EC)

Basic theory of electricity and magnetism

EE2L11 EPO-3: Design a Chip (5 EC)

Structural hierarchical design of a VLSI chip, implemented using Sea-of-Gates

EE2L21 EPO-4: "KITT" autonomous driving challenge (5 EC)

Make a car drive autonomously from A to B

EE3039TU Marsrover project (4 EC)

(not running) Design of a "Mars Rover", a simple vehicle controlled by an FPGA capable of charging using solar energy, and with sensing and localization abilities

EE3D11 Computer Architecture and Organisation (5 EC)

Basic principles of computer organization; object-oriented programming techniques

EE3L11 Bachelor Thesis Project (15 EC)

Final project for BSc students

EE4560 Information theory (5 EC)

Source and channel coding

EE4C02 Systems Engineering (3 EC)

Introduction to systems engineering processes

ET-Mi-201 Minor “Electronics for Robotics” (30 EC)

An entry-level acquaintance with the electronics that make robots operate, from principles to hands-on realisation