Journal: IEEE Trans. Education

Volume 46, Issue 4

405 -- 0Stephen Marshall Goodnick. Guest editorial a vision for ece education in 2013 and beyond
406 -- 408David Cropley. Guest editorial a case for compulsory teaching accreditation of engineering faculty
409 -- 419Roger L. Traylor, Donald Heer, Terri S. Fiez. Using an integrated platform for learning™ to reinvent engineering education
420 -- 428D. L. Evans, Stephen Marshall Goodnick, Ronald J. Roedel. ECE curriculum in 2013 and beyond: vision for a metropolitan public research university
429 -- 433Richard F. Vaz, John A. Orr. ECE as a pre-professional undergraduate program
434 -- 443Donald Heer, Roger L. Traylor, Tom Thompson, Terri S. Fiez. Enhancing the freshman and sophomore ECE student experience using a platform for learning™
444 -- 451Sung C. Hu. A wholesome ECE education
452 -- 455Daniel J. Moore, David R. Voltmer. Curriculum for an engineering renaissance
456 -- 462Andrew D. McGettrick, Mitchell D. Theys, David L. Soldan, Pradip K. Srimani. Computer engineering curriculum in the new millennium
463 -- 466Ralph K. Cavin III, William H. Joyner Jr., Virginia C. Wiggins. A semiconductor industry perspective on future directions in ECE education
467 -- 476Frederick C. Berry, Philip S. DiPiazza, Susan L. Sauer. The future of electrical and computer engineering education
477 -- 485José-Jesús Fernández, Inmaculada García, Ester M. Garzón. Educational issues on number representation and arithmetic in computers: an undergraduate laboratory
486 -- 496Albert Guissard. On the surface field integral equations
497 -- 501Adriano Camps. A radar course at undergraduate level: an approach to systems engineering
502 -- 507Jaka Svajger, Vojko Valencic. Discovering electricity by computer-based experiments

Volume 46, Issue 3

309 -- 310David A. Conner. Editorial politics and engineers who teach
311 -- 312D. Newberry. Guest editorial one scenario, three professors
313 -- 318Bee Yen Toh, Robert Cahill, Vincent F. Fusco. Understanding and measuring circular polarization
319 -- 324Ali El Hajj, Karim Y. Kabalan, Mohammed Al-Husseini. Antenna array design using spreadsheets
325 -- 328Francesco Corsi, Cristoforo Marzocca. An approach to the analysis of the CMOS differential stage with active load and single-ended output
329 -- 337Gwo-Jen Hwang. A test-sheet-generating algorithm for multiple assessment requirements
338 -- 344Ulrich Klein, Wolfgang Vollmann, Paulo José Abatti. Contact potential differences measurement: short history and experimental setup for classroom demonstration
345 -- 349Leila Notash, Martha Garriock. International virtual design studio (IVDS) program: overview, challenges, and students' perspectives
350 -- 358Gary L. Dempsey, Winfred K. N. Anakwa, Brian D. Huggins, James H. Irwin Jr.. Electrical and computer engineering curriculum assessment via senior miniproject
359 -- 367Arif A. Anwar, A. S. Bahaj. Student project allocation using integer programming
368 -- 372Sérgio L. M. Berleze, René Robert. Skin and proximity effects in nonmagnetic conductors
373 -- 378Carlos A. Castro, Carlos A. F. Murari. A lecture on autotransformers for power engineering students
379 -- 386Peter S. Rha. Simulation and visualization of the Viterbi decoder using a spreadsheet
387 -- 393Travis E. Doom, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane, Oscar Garcia. Crossing the interdisciplinary barrier: a baccalaureate computer science option in bioinformatics
394 -- 398Francesco Pinciroli, Marco Masseroli, Gabriella Tognola. The educational offer in Medical Informatics and Telemedicine at the Engineering Faculty of the Politecnico di Milano
399 -- 404Mathew N. O. Sadiku. Deficiencies in the way scattering parameters are taught

Volume 46, Issue 2

209 -- 210Geoffrey C. Orsak. Guest editorial K-12: engineering's new frontier
211 -- 214David V. Kerns. IEEE education society awards and frontiers in education conference awards
218 -- 225Randal T. Abler, Henry L. Owen, George F. Riley. University methodology for internetworking principles and design projects
226 -- 228Anthony S. Ruocco. Experiences in threading UML throughout a computer science program
229 -- 234Lorraine Staehr, Graeme Byrne. Using the defining issues test for evaluating computer ethics teaching
235 -- 240Adam Hoover. Computer vision in undergraduate education: modern embedded computing
241 -- 251Alex Davidovic, James Warren, Elena Trichina. Learning benefits of structural example-based adaptive tutoring systems
252 -- 257Marco Casini, Domenico Prattichizzo, Antonio Vicino. The automatic control telelab: a user-friendly interface for distance learning
258 -- 262Fei-Yue Wang. The exact and unique solution for phase-lead and phase-lag compensation
263 -- 272Alberto Leva. A hands-on experimental laboratory for undergraduate courses in automatic control
273 -- 282Russell L. Pimmel. A practical approach for converting group assignments into team projects
283 -- 288J. B. Temes. Teaching electromagnetic waves to electrical engineering students: an abridged approach
289 -- 295Atila Ertas, Timothy Maxwell, Vicki P. Rainey, Murat M. Tanik. Transformation of higher education: the transdisciplinary approach in engineering
296 -- 301Ronald D. Williams, Robert H. Klenke, James H. Aylor. Teaching computer design using virtual prototyping
302 -- 306Pedro Sánchez, Bárbara Álvarez, Andrés Iborra, José María Fernández-Meroño, Juan A. Pastor. Web-based activities around a digital model railroad platform

Volume 46, Issue 1

1 -- 0David V. Kerns. Guest editorial IEEE education society
2 -- 21George Bebis, Dwight D. Egbert, Mubarak Shah. Review of computer vision education
22 -- 25Roberto Kawakami Harrop Galvão, Takashi Yoneyama, Fábio Meneghetti Ugulino de Araújo, Rodolfo Galati Machado. A simple technique for identifying a linearized model for a didactic magnetic levitation system
26 -- 36Victor Wacham A. Mbarika, Chetan S. Sankar, P. K. Raju. Identification of factors that lead to perceived learning improvements for female students
37 -- 42Eliane G. Guimarães, Antonio Maffeis, James Pereira, Bruno Russo, Eleri Cardozo, Marcel Bergerman, Maurício F. Magalhães. REAL: a virtual laboratory for mobile robot experiments
43 -- 49Hugo Calleja. An approach to amplifier frequency compensation
50 -- 60Angel Abusleme, Aldo Cipriano, Marcello Guarini. A low-cost altitude control system for the Kadet Senior radio-controlled airplane
61 -- 68Marjan Mernik, Viljem Zumer. An educational tool for teaching compiler construction
69 -- 78Kuo-En Chang, Yao-Ting Sung, Kang-Yuu Wang, Chien-Yuu Dai. Web_Soc: a Socratic-dialectic-based collaborative tutoring system on the World Wide Web
79 -- 87Panayiotis S. Shiakolas, Damrongrit Piyabongkarn. Development of a real-time digital control system with a hardware-in-the-loop magnetic levitation device for reinforcement of controls education
88 -- 94Han-Pang Huang, Chiou-Hwa Lu. Java-based distance learning environment for electronic instruments
95 -- 101Ikhlas Abdel-Qader, Bradley J. Bazuin, S. Hossein Mousavinezhad, James K. Patrick. Real-time digital signal processing in the undergraduate curriculum
102 -- 110Vassilios Petridis, Spiridon A. Kazarlis, Vassilis G. Kaburlasos. ACES: an interactive software platform for self-instruction and self-evaluation in automatic control systems
111 -- 114Dale W. Callahan, Robert M. Pedigo. Development of an information engineering and management program
115 -- 123Christopher W. Trueman. Animating transmission-line transients with BOUNCE
124 -- 132M. Brian Blake. A student-enacted simulation approach to software engineering education
133 -- 141R. C. Woods. Iterative processing algorithm to detect biases in assessments
142 -- 148José M. Sebastián, David García, Francisco Manuel Sánchez. Remote-access education based on image acquisition and processing through the Internet
149 -- 156Sally A. McInerny, Yi Dai. Basic vibration signal processing for bearing fault detection
157 -- 167Walter Daems, Bart De Smedt, Piet Vanassche, Georges G. E. Gielen, Willy M. C. Sansen, Hugo De Man. PeopleMover: an example of interdisciplinary project-based education in electrical engineering
168 -- 176Thomas J. Cavicchi. Phase margin revisited: phase-root locus, bode plots, and phase shifters
177 -- 184George Hassapis. An interactive electronic book approach for teaching computer implementation of industrial control systems
185 -- 196Goran Martinovic, Leo Budin, Zeljko Hocenski. Undergraduate teaching of real-time scheduling algorithms by developed software tool
197 -- 205Anthony J. Marchese, Ravi P. Ramachandran, Robert P. Hesketh, John L. Schmalzel, Heidi L. Newell. The competitive assessment laboratory: introducing engineering design via consumer product benchmarking
206 -- 0Andrew B. Williams. The qualitative impact of using LEGO MINDSTORMS robots to teach computer engineering
207 -- 0David A. Conner. Editor-in-Chief's Reply - Comments on "Undergraduate education" editorial appearing in November 2002 issue
207 -- 0David A. Conner. Comments on "Undergraduate Education" Editorial Appearing in November 2002 Issue [and reply]