520.137 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Johns Hopkins University
- Monday Wednesday Friday, 12:00 - 12:50, Shaffer 100
- Lab sessions: Barton 123
- First two lectures are on Thursday - Friday, 08/31 - 09/01/2017, Shaffer 100
- Exam I on Wednesday, 10/04/2017, in class, one 8.5"x11" cheat sheet allowed.
- Special TA Office Hour for Exam I: Tuesday 10/03/2017 12-2PM Barton 223C
- Special TA Office Hour for Exam I: Tuesday 10/03/2017 2-4PM Barton 225.
- Graded homework III can also be picked up from the TAs during office hours.
- Homework Assignments
- Homework Assignment I, due Sep 15.
- Homework Assignment II, due Sep 22.
- Homework Assignment III, due Sep 29.
- Homework Assignment IV, due Oct 11.
- Homework Assignment V, due Oct 18.
- Homework Assignment VI, due Oct 25.
- Homework Assignment VII, due Nov 8.
- Homework Assignment VIII, due Nov 15.
- Homework Assignment IX, due Nov 29.
- Homework Assignment X, due Dec 6.
- Required Texts
- R. Kuc, The Digital Information Age: An Introduction to Electrical
CL Engineering, 2014. ISBN: 1305077717.
- D. V. Kerns and J. D. Irwin,
Essentials of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Prentice Hall, 2004. ISBN: 0139239707.
- Course Description
- An introductory course covering the principles of electrical
and computer engineering including sinusoidal wave forms, electrical
measurements, digital circuits, and applications of electrical and
computer engineering. Laboratory exercises, the use of computers,
and a design project are included in the course.
Open to freshman Engineering majors and any Arts and Sciences majors.
- Prerequisites: high-school mathematics and physics, Calculus I.
- Corequisites: none.
- Computer Usage: Matlab for data analysis, plotting, and simulations.
- Exam I: 20%
- Exam II: 20%
- Final Exam: 30%
- Laboratory Assignments: 10%
- Homework Assignments: 10%
- Final Project: 10%