Notice: All course materials are available to current students through
the Blackboard courseware. If you would like to audit, access, or
share teaching materials please contact me. I'm always looking for interesting
examples and ideas on how to teach the following courses.
An updated syllabus will be posted shortly. Here is last years.
Probability,Statistics and Random Processes EE351K
(Fall 2018 - Undergraduate)
Communication Networks: Analysis and Design EE 381K
(Spring 2019 - Graduate)
Telecommunication Networks EE 379 ( Undergraduate)
Probability and Stochastic Processes I EE381J
(Fall 2017 - Graduate)
Digital Communications EE381K-2 (Graduate)
Communication Networks: technology, architectures and protocols EE 382N-6 (Graduate)
Information Theory EE381K-7
(Fall 2002 - Graduate)
Advanced Telcommunication Networks: Stochastic Geometry and Comparisons with Applications to Network Analysis EE381K-5 (Fall 2007 - Advanced Graduate)
Advanced Telcommunication Networks: Large Deviations
and Stochastic Network Models with Applications to Network Analysis EE381K-5 (Fall 2010 - Advanced Graduate)
Teaching Honors and Awards
El Paso Corporate Foundation Faculty Achievement Award for meritorious achievement in teaching 2003.
General Motors Foundation Centennial Teaching Fellowship in Electrical Engineering, since 1998
Graduate Engineering Council, Faculty Service Award, 1999-2000
Joe. J. King Professional and Engineering Leadership Award, 1996