Journal: IEEE Trans. Education

Volume 47, Issue 4

425 -- 429Yang Zhao, Kye Yak See. A practical approach to EMC education at the undergraduate level
430 -- 435David J. Comer, Donald T. Comer. Operation of analog MOS circuits in the weak or moderate inversion region
436 -- 445Joshua M. Williams, James L. Cale, Nicholas D. Benavides, Jeff D. Wooldridge, Andreas C. Koenig, Jerry L. Tichenor, Steven D. Pekarek. Versatile hardware and software tools for educating students in power electronics
446 -- 452Houcine Hassan, Juan-Miguel Martinez-Rubio, Carlos Domínguez, Angel Perles, José Albaladejo. Innovative methodology to improve the quality of electronic engineering formation through teaching industrial computer engineering
453 -- 458Ronald R. DeLyser, Richard W. Quine, Paul J. Rullkoetter, Daniel L. Armentrout. A sophomore capstone course in measurement and automated data acquisition
459 -- 466Ramon Lawrence. Teaching data structures using competitive games
467 -- 473Seyed Ali Shirsavar. Teaching practical design of switch-mode power supplies
474 -- 480Javier Ruiz-del-Solar, Roberto Avilés. Robotics courses for children as a motivation tool: the Chilean experience
481 -- 489Artice M. Davis. A simple way of obtaining the reduced Jordan form of a state equation
490 -- 496Alain Wegmann. Theory and practice behind the course designing enterprisewide IT systems
497 -- 499Hemanshu Roy Pota. A new derivation of the law of the junctions
500 -- 501Dale W. Callahan, Lea B. Callahan. Looking for engineering students? Go home
502 -- 507Tyson S. Hall, James O. Hamblen. System-on-a-programmable-chip development platforms in the classroom
508 -- 0Bruce D. Wedlock, William Gerard Hurley. Correction to "PWM Control of a Magnetic Suspension System"

Volume 47, Issue 3

301 -- 310Paul S. Hong, David V. Anderson, Douglas B. Williams, Joel R. Jackson, Thomas P. Barnwell III, Monson H. Hayes, Ronald W. Schafer, John D. Echard. DSP for practicing engineers: a case study in Internet course delivery
311 -- 320Koki Abe, Takamichi Tateoka, Mitsugu Suzuki, Youichi Maeda, Kenji Kono, Tan Watanabe. An integrated laboratory for processor organization, compiler design, and computer networking
321 -- 329José Sánchez 0002, Sebastián Dormido, Rafael Pastor, Fernando Morilla. A Java/Matlab-based environment for remote control system laboratories: illustrated with an inverted pendulum
330 -- 339Ayman I. Kayssi. The average capacitor current method for delay calculation in MOS circuits
340 -- 347Mehrdad Moallem. A laboratory testbed for embedded computer control
348 -- 355Ton-Tai Pan, Ping-Lin Fan, Huihua Kenny Chiang, Rong-Seng Chang, Joe-Air Jiang. Mechatronic experiments course design: a myoelectric controlled partial-hand prosthesis project
356 -- 360Ali Emadi, Thomas M. Jacobius. Interprofessional projects in advanced automotive power systems: an integrated education and research multidisciplinary approach
361 -- 364Edward J. Rothwell. Using transport equations in the teaching of electromagnetics
365 -- 368Kartik Prasad Basu, Saurabh Kumar Mukerji. Experimental investigation into operation under single-phasing condition of a three-phase induction motor connected across a zigzag transformer
369 -- 376Daniel J. Pack, Robert Avanzato, David J. Ahlgren, Igor M. Verner. Fire-fighting mobile robotics and interdisciplinary design-comparative perspectives
377 -- 384Victor M. Becerra. Solving optimal control problems with state constraints using nonlinear programming and simulation tools
385 -- 388Henrique Mohallem Paiva, Roberto Kawakami Harrop Galvão. Simulation of dynamic systems with output saturation
389 -- 396Florence Sagnard. Educational graphical interfaces to learn about radiation and propagation of electromagnetic waves
397 -- 404Jiann S. Yuan, Weidong Kuang. Teaching asynchronous design in digital integrated circuits
405 -- 409Marcelo C. M. Teixeira, Edvaldo Assunção, Érica Regina Marani Daruichi Machado. A method for plotting the complementary root locus using the root-locus (positive gain) rules
410 -- 414Peter Idowu. In search of a perfect power engineering program
415 -- 421Ibrahim Chamas, Mahmoud El Nokali. Automated PSpice simulation as an effective design tool in teaching power electronics

Volume 47, Issue 2

157 -- 159Barbara A. Karanian, Loutfallah Georges Chedid. Guest Editorial 21st Century Trends That Influence Constructing Creative Classroom Environments
160 -- 164Tariq S. Durrani. 2003 IEEE Educational Activities Board Awards
165 -- 173William Gerard Hurley, Martin Hynes, Werner Hugo Wölfle. PWM control of a magnetic suspension system
174 -- 179Antonio J. López-Martín. Teaching random signals and noise: an experimental approach
180 -- 187F. J. García, M. N. Moreno. Software modeling techniques for a first course in software engineering: a workshop-based approach
188 -- 195Amy W. Apon, Jens Mache, Rajkumar Buyya, Hai Jin. Cluster computing in the classroom and integration with computing curricula 2001
196 -- 203Charles H. Hacker, Renate Sitte. Interactive teaching of elementary digital logic design with WinLogiLab
204 -- 210João Carlos Basilio, Marcos Vicente Moreira. State-space parameter identification in a second control laboratory
211 -- 219R. Joe Stanley, Steve E. Watkins, Anand Gopal, Randy H. Moss. A web-shareable real-world imaging problem for enhancing an image-processing curriculum
220 -- 226Bernardo Cuenca Grau. How to teach basic quantum mechanics to computer scientists and electrical engineers
227 -- 231Jesse D. Adams, Ben S. Rogers, Larry J. Leifer. Effective technology transfer to the undergraduate and graduate classroom as a result of a novel Ph.D. Program
232 -- 240Peter M. Chen. An automated feedback system for computer organization projects
241 -- 246Karol Aniserowicz. Comparison of different numerical methods for solving boundary-value problems in electromagnetics
247 -- 253Jonah Z. Lavi, Darren Dalcher, Mike Mannion, Reuven Gallant. Engineering of computer-based systems-a proposed curriculum for a degree program at bachelor level
254 -- 260K. Sridharan. A course on web languages and web-based applications
261 -- 268George Fikioris. Analytical studies supplementing the Smith chart
269 -- 275Brian M. Slator, Curt D. Hill, Dayna Del Val. Teaching computer science with virtual worlds
276 -- 283Elsa de Klerk, Ian K. Craig. A laboratory experiment to teach closed-loop system identification
284 -- 294José García, Alvaro Alesanco. Web-based system for managing a telematics laboratory network
295 -- 299Chandan Bhunia, Saikat Giri, Samrat Kar, Sudarshan Haldar, Prithwiraj Purkait. A low-cost PC-based virtual oscilloscope

Volume 47, Issue 1

1 -- 3David A. Conner, J. A. Conner. Editorial: Guidelines for Authors
4 -- 9Bruno Andò, Salvatore Graziani, Nicola Pitrone. Stand-alone laboratory sessions in sensors and signal processing
10 -- 17Charlie Daly, Jane Horgan. An automated learning system for Java programming
18 -- 25Cynthia M. Furse, Raymond J. Woodward, Michael A. Jensen. Laboratory project in wireless FSK receiver design
26 -- 32Tatsuya Kikuchi, Shuichi Fukuda, Akinobu Fukuzaki, Keizo Nagaoka, Kenji Tanaka, Takashi Kenjo, Dale A. Harris. DVTS-based remote laboratory across the Pacific over the gigabit network
33 -- 41Panayiotis S. Shiakolas, Stephen R. Van Schenck, Damrongrit Piyabongkarn, Ioannis Frangeskou. Magnetic levitation hardware-in-the-loop and MATLAB-based experiments for reinforcement of neural network control concepts
42 -- 50Tsong Yueh Chen, Pak-Lok Poon. Experience with teaching black-box testing in a computer science/software engineering curriculum
51 -- 56Jesse D. Adams, Ben S. Rogers, Larry J. Leifer. Microtechnology, nanotechnology, and the scanning-probe microscope: an innovative course
57 -- 64Francisco Sergi Sellschopp, Marco A. Arjona López. An automated system for frequency response analysis with application to an undergraduate laboratory of electrical machines
65 -- 73Ian K. Craig, Xiaohua Xia, Juliana W. Venter. Introducing HIV/AIDS education into the electrical engineering curriculum at the University of Pretoria
74 -- 82Roman Kuc, Edward W. Jackson, Alexander Kuc. Teaching introductory autonomous robotics with JavaScript simulations and actual robots
83 -- 92J. W. Bruce, James C. Harden, R. B. Reese. Cooperative and progressive design experience for embedded systems
93 -- 99Wael M. Halalu, Ahmed S. Elwakil. Research-oriented junior/senior design projects: an analog circuit design example
100 -- 106Kasra Barkeshli, John L. Volakis. Electromagnetic scattering from thin strips. I. Analytical solutions for wide and narrow strips
107 -- 113Kasra Barkeshli, John L. Volakis. Electromagnetic scattering from thin strips. II. Numerical solution for strips of arbitrary size
114 -- 120Zhiping Zhou. From classrooms to the real engineering world: the training program in the Microelectronics Research Center at Georgia Tech
121 -- 126Helmut Hoyer, Andreas Jochheim, Christof Röhrig, Andreas Bischoff. A multiuser virtual-reality environment for a tele-operated laboratory
127 -- 133Emilio Soria-Olivas, Javier Calpe-Maravilla, Jonathon A. Chambers, Marcelino Martínez-Sober, Gustavo Camps-Valls, José David Martín-Guerrero. A novel approach to introducing adaptive filters based on the LMS algorithm and its variants
134 -- 140Ban-Leong Ooi, Mook-Seng Leong. A novel course on microwave monolithic integrated circuit design, theory, and characterization
141 -- 145José Antonio Marinho Brandão Faria. A pedagogical example of the application of transmission-line theory to study conductor grounding effects
146 -- 152Kimberley W. Eccleston. Teaching microwave amplifier design at the undergraduate level