Prof. Brian L. Evans
has created the courses below in the ECE curriculum to support
a research effort in embedded real-time signal and image processing systems.
These courses leverage other courses already in the ECE curriculum
and are a lot of fun to teach.
Each semester, Prof. Evans also directs a
senior design project team.
Prof. Evans has also written a
Statement of Teaching
about why he has so much fun teaching, and a
Statement of Pedagogial Innovations
on changes he's made over the years to better facilitate student learning.
In Fall 2010, I taught the following course:
- EE313 Linear Systems and Signals
This required undergraduate course is offered every Fall and Spring
EE 445S Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Laboratory,
EE 351K Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes,
EE 351M Digital Signal Processing, and
EE 362K Introduction to Automatic Control.