Journal: IEEE Trans. Education

Volume 45, Issue 4

297 -- 298David A. Conner. Editorial: Undergraduate education
299 -- 306M. Barbara Silver-Thorn. A rehabilitation engineering course for biomedical engineers
307 -- 315Juing-Huei Su, Jiann-Jong Chen, Dong-Shiuh Wu. Learning feedback controller design of switching converters via MATLAB/SIMULINK
316 -- 322Miguel A. Solano, Juan S. Ipiña, José M. Zamanillo, Constantino Perez-Vega. X-band Gunn diode oscillator for a multiple-frequency continuous-wave radar for educational purposes
323 -- 335Umesh Rajashekar, George Panayi, Frank P. Baumgartner, Alan C. Bovik. The SIVA Demonstration Gallery for signal, image, and video processing education
336 -- 343Woon-Seng Gan. Teaching and learning the hows and whys of real-time digital signal processing
344 -- 349Ram M. Narayanan. Overview of a course on electronic instrumentation design for senior undergraduate and graduate students
350 -- 356Mohamed Khalifa, Rinky Lam. Web-based learning: effects on learning process and outcome
357 -- 363Linda M. Head, Gay Canough, Ravi P. Ramachandran. Real-world design as a one-semester undergraduate project: example of a robust and low-cost solar lantern
364 -- 370J. C. Basilio, S. R. Matos. Design of PI and PID controllers with transient performance specification
371 -- 379Francesco Corsi, Cristoforo Marzocca, Gianvito Matarrese. On impedance evaluation in feedback circuits
380 -- 387John V. Ringwood, G. Galvin. Computer-aided learning in artificial neural networks
388 -- 393Greg Mason. A handheld data acquisition system for use in an undergraduate data acquisition course

Volume 45, Issue 3

205 -- 208Michael N. Geselowitz, Martha E. Sloan, Kenneth R. Laker. Guest editorial: the educational activities of the IEEE history center
209 -- 217Muhammad Taher Abuelma'atti, Isa S. Qamber. Applications of SPICE simulation software to the study of reliability and availability in electrical engineering education
218 -- 226Warren E. Dixon, Darren M. Dawson, Bret T. Costic, Marcio S. de Queiroz. A MATLAB-based control systems laboratory experience for undergraduate students: toward standardization and shared resources
227 -- 230Randall J. Knize, W. Roc White, Boris V. Zhdanov. Undergraduate, laser physics laboratory
231 -- 237Andreas A. Veglis, Constantine A. Barbargires, Andreas S. Pombortsis. Teaching performance evaluation of multiprocessor architectures with Mathcad and MathConnex
238 -- 244Jau-Ji Jou, Cheng-Kuang Liu. Application of SPICE simulation to study WDM and SCM systems using EDFAs with chirping
245 -- 252Bruce G. Colpitts. Teaching transmission lines: a project of measurement and simulation
253 -- 261V. Fernão Pires, J. Fernando A. da Silva. Teaching nonlinear modeling, simulation, and control of electronic power converters using MATLAB/SIMULINK
262 -- 267Roy Rada, Ke Hu. Patterns in student-student commenting
268 -- 275Angelo Tartaglia, Elena Tresso. An automatic evaluation system for technical education at the University level
276 -- 284M. Watheq El-Kharashi, Glen Darling, Brent Marykuca, Gholamali C. Shoja. Understanding and implementing computer network protocols through a lab project
285 -- 288Marcelo C. M. Teixeira, Edvaldo Assunção. On lag controllers: design and implementation
289 -- 296Kimberly E. Newman, James O. Hamblen, Tyson S. Hall. An introductory digital design course using a low-cost autonomous robot

Volume 45, Issue 2

106 -- 110Edwin C. Jones. 2001 IEEE educational activities board awards
111 -- 117Jerry Yeargan. The integration of ABET and CSAB
118 -- 127Chalmers F. Sechrist, Theodore E. Batchman, Lyle D. Feisel, Walter H. Gmelch, Douglas Gorham, Barbara C. Stoler. Partnerships take the lead: a deans summit on education for a technological world
128 -- 134Kok Kiong Tan, Tong Heng Lee, Chai Yee Soh. Internet-based monitoring of distributed control systems-An undergraduate experiment
135 -- 141Jeff Frolik, Thomas M. Weller. Wireless sensor systems: an approach for a multiuniversity design course
142 -- 144Thomas J. Cavicchi. Simplified method for analytical evaluation of convolution integrals
145 -- 151Nitin Swamy, Ognjen Kuljaca, Frank L. Lewis. Internet-based educational control systems lab using NetMeeting
152 -- 160Jean-Marc Thiriet, Michel Robert, Pentti Lappalainen, Michael H. W. Hoffmann, Maria João Martins, Anselmo Seoane. Toward a Pan-European virtual university in electrical and information engineering
161 -- 167Francisco Jurado, Manuel Castro, José Carpio. Experiences with fuzzy logic and neural networks in a control course
168 -- 170Robert M. O'Connell. Simple recursive processes for determining Laplace and Z transforms of the zero-input responses of linear time-invariant systems
171 -- 176Ahmed Toumi. An aid for teaching doubly fed synchronous machines based on the circle diagram
177 -- 181Jimmie J. Cathey. A MATLAB-based graphical technique for amortization study of adjustable speed drives
182 -- 186Wei Jen Lee, Jyh-Cherng Gu, Ren-Jun Li, Ponpranod Didsayabutra. A physical laboratory for protective relay education
187 -- 193M. B. Patil. A new public-domain program for mixed-signal simulation
194 -- 201Jerry Schumacher, Don Welch. Educating leaders in information assurance
202 -- 203Allen Nussbaum. Comments on "The art of back-of-the envelope ray tracing" [and reply]

Volume 45, Issue 1

1 -- 0David A. Conner. February 2002 editorial
2 -- 3R. T. Yeh. Educating future software engineers
4 -- 5Vicki P. Rainey. Beyond technology-renaissance engineers
6 -- 0Keith F. Conner. The future of wireless communications
7 -- 9Arthur E. Paton. What industry needs from universities for engineering continuing education
10 -- 11Ralph W. Wyndrum, Steve J. Silverman. The AT&T internet protocol professional development program: a focused, graduate-level, University-provided, continuing education venture
15 -- 18Chang-Seok Shin, Robert Nevels. Optimizing the Gaussian excitation function in the finite difference time domain method
19 -- 25Gayatri Prabhu, P. Mohana Shankar. Simulation of flat fading using MATLAB for classroom instruction
26 -- 32Slavko Kocijancic. Online experiments in physics and technology teaching
33 -- 42M. Ali Akcayol, Aydin Cetin, Çetin Elmas. An educational tool for fuzzy logic-controlled BDCM
43 -- 49Winfred K. N. Anakwa, Dion R. Thomas, Scott C. Jones, Jon Bush, Dale Green, George W. Anglin, Ron Rio, Jixiang Sheng, Scott Garrett, Li Chen. Development and control of a prototype pneumatic active suspension system
50 -- 56Ned Kock, Robert M. Aiken, Cheryl Sandås. Using complex IT in specific domains: developing and assessing a course for nonmajors
57 -- 64Malay Trivedi, Erik A. McShane, Ramachandran Vijayalakshmi, Amit Mulay, Siamak Abedinpour, Steve Atkinson, Krishna Shenai. An improved approach to application-specific power electronics education-switch characterization and modeling
65 -- 69Irwin S. Goldberg, Michael G. Block, Roland E. Rojas. A systematic method for the analytical evaluation of convolution integrals
70 -- 78Tatsuya Kikuchi, Takashi Kenjo, Shuichi Fukuda. Developing an educational simulation program for the PM stepping motor
79 -- 85Mahesh B. Patil, Shyama P. Das, Avinash Joshi, Mukul Chandorkar. A new public-domain simulator for power electronic circuits
86 -- 94Dorota M. Huizinga. Four implementations of disconnected operation: a framework for a capstone project in operating systems
95 -- 97Kent Davey, Bruce Klimpke. Computing forces on conductors in the presence of dielectric materials