Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Coverage of core knowledge of practical photonic devices and circuits. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Introduction to Microwave Systems. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Requisite: course M240A or Chemical Engineering M280A or Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M270A. Riesz representation theory, linear operators and their adjoints; self-adjoint and compact operators. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M216A.) Wang (W), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 131A.) Letter grading. S/U or letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Seminars may be organized in advanced technical fields. Decomposition of large-scale optimization problems. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Enforced requisite: course 131A. Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) and Hidden Markov Models (HMM) for automatic speech recognition systems, pattern classification, and search algorithms. Numerical techniques based on method of moments. Designed for electrical engineering PhD students who have completed preliminary examinations. Application to semiconductor nanometer scale devices, including negative resistance diodes, transistors, and detectors. Mr. Tabuada (W), Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Letter grading. Requisite: course 223. Letter grading. Simulation, Optimization, and Data Analysis. Students write in variety of genres, all related to their professional development as electrical engineers. Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, eight hours. Semigroups with compact resolvents. Letter grading. Computational aspects of processing visual and other sensory information. Mr. Abidi, Mr. Razavi (F), 215B. Enforced requisites: courses 121B, 121DA. Supervised individual research or investigation under guidance of faculty mentor. Letter grading. Enforced requisite: course 113. Introduction to general manufacturing methods, mechanisms, constrains, and microfabrication and nanofabrication. Introduction to MEMS design. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Letter grading. (Same as Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering M276.) Lecture, one hour; laboratory, three hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Seminar, to be arranged. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 215A.) Seminar, two to four hours; outside study, four to eight hours. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Mr. Kaiser (Not offered 2019-20), 205A. (Same as Computer Science M51A.) Requisite: course 113. Lecture, four hours; discussion, two hours; outside study, six hours. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Packet switching, circuit switching, and routing. Requisites: courses 101B, 162A, 260A. Directed Individual or Tutorial Studies. Special topics in one or more aspects of physical and wave electronics, such as electromagnetics, microwave and millimeter wave circuits, photonics and optoelectronics, plasma electronics, microelectromechanical systems, solid state, and nanotechnology. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Emphasis on writing as vital way to communicate precise technical and professional information in distinct contexts, directly resulting in specific outcomes. Aids for hearing impaired. Error control codes for digital information. Principles of quantum mechanics for applications in lasers, solid-state physics, and nonlinear optics. Requisite: course 131A. (Same as Computer Science M171L.) Letter grading. Stability issues and frequency compensation. S/U grading. Vector potential, duality, reciprocity, and equivalence theorems. Topics include modeling of energy consumption, energy sources, and energy storage; dynamic power management; power-performance scaling and energy proportionality; duty-cycling; power-aware scheduling; low-power protocols; battery modeling and management; thermal management; sensing of power consumption. Design of radio frequency circuits and systems, with emphasis on both theoretical foundations and hands-on experience. (Same as Computer Science M213A.) Requisite: course 236A. Topics include optical properties of materials, optical wave propagation and modes, optical interferometers and resonators, optical coupling and modulation, optical absorption and emission, principles of lasers and light-emitting diodes, and optical detection. Ms. Jarrahi (F,W,Sp), 375. Designed for graduate computer science and electrical engineering students. Photonics in Biomedical Applications. Sampling circuits and architectures, D/A conversion techniques, A/D converter architectures, building blocks, precision techniques, discrete- and continuous-time filters. Special Topics in Signals and Systems. Enforced requisite: course 101A. Mr. Tabuada (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 113.) Lecture, four hours; recitation, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Woo (W), 221B. Mr. Gupta (Sp), 201C. Mr. Vandenberghe (Not offered 2019-20), 238. Senior-level introductory course on electrodynamics of ionized gases and applications to materials processing, generation of coherent radiation and particle beams, and renewable energy sources. Requisites: courses 215A, M216A. Letter grading. (Same as Computer Science M258C.) Design methods, design rules, sensing and actuation mechanisms, microsensors, and microactuators. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, five hours. Physical optics techniques. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour; laboratory, four hours; outside study, four hours. Incremental, consensus, diffusion, and gossip strategies. Oral and written presentation of project results. Small-signal analysis. Academic Technical Writing for Electrical Engineers. Requisites: course 131A or Civil and Environmental Engineering 110 or Mathematics 170A or Statistics 100A, course 132B or Computer Science 118, Computer Science 33. Exploration of topics in greater depth through supplemental readings, papers, or other activities and led by lecture course instructor. Honors content noted on transcript. LSI in Computer System Design. Multiple-access communications: TDMA, FDMA, polling, random access. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, four hours. Overflow oscillations. Additional topics may include distributed and multi-robot systems, bio-inspired robotics, project management, and societal implications. Completion of projects begun in course 180DA. Augmented Lagrangian method and alternating direction method of multipliers. Limited to 20 students. May be repeated with topic change. 2022 Regents of the University of California, Samueli Electrical and Computer Engineering, UCLA Electrical and Computer Engineering At-A-Glance, Alumni in Senior Positions in Industry and Government, Masters Advancement to Candidacy (ATC) form, Registration and Enrollment Petition form, M.S. Topics include statistical foundations, regression, classification, kernel methods, clustering, expectation maximization, principal component analysis, decision theory, reinforcement learning and deep learning. Cellular wireless networks, WiFi mesh networks, peer-to-peer mobile ad hoc wireless networks. Recommended: courses 141, 142. Designed for graduate students. Letter grading. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Letter grading. Wang (Sp), 164DA-164DB. Requisite: course 115C. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, two hours; outside study, six hours. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M250B.) Array processing using beamforming for SNIR enhancement, smart antenna, and source separation and localization. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 212A.) Systolic and parallel algorithms and VLSI architectures for high performance and high throughput real-time estimation, detection, decoding, and beamforming applications. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M16.) Letter grading. Design principles of speech and image processing systems. Mr. Diggavi (W,Sp), 132B. (2 to 8). Computing multimodal sensory information by neural-net architectures. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 266.) Recommended: course 170A or Bioengineering C170. Requisites: courses 131A, 230A. Frequency responses, responses of systems to periodic signals. Letter grading. Neural Networks and Deep Learning. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Introduction to linear circuit analysis. LSI/VLSI design and application in computer systems. Computational Methods for Electromagnetics. Sum and difference patterns. Research for and Preparation of MS Thesis. Training in combination of networked embedded systems design combining embedded hardware platform, embedded operating system, and hardware/software interface. Mr. Daneshrad (113DA in F,W; 113DB in W,Sp), 114. Requisite: course 131A or equivalent. Seminar, two to four hours; outside study, four to eight hours. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 222.) Integrated Circuits Fabrication Processes. Stochastic processes as applied to study of telecommunication systems, traffic engineering, business, and management. Recommended requisites: courses 205A, 241A. Topics include supervised and unsupervised data modeling tools from machine learning, such as support vector machines, different regression engines, different types of regularization and kernel techniques, deep learning, and Bayesian graphical models. To determine their optimal actions in these distributed, informationally decentralized environments, agents need to learn and model directly or implicitly other agents responses to their actions. Enforced requisite: course M16 or Computer Science M51A. Analysis and Design of RF Circuits and Systems. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Letter grading. Architectural-level design of fiber optic transceiver circuits, including preamplifier, quantizer, clock and data recovery, laser driver, and predistortion circuits. Gain switching, Q switching, cavity dumping, active and passive mode locking. Interpolation and approximation; splines. Interior-point methods. Course familiarizes students with those tools. (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 1.) Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Discussion of principles of modeling and optimization codevelopment. Letter grading. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 232D.) Topics may include L^{p} spaces, Hilbert, Banach, and separable spaces; Fourier transforms; linear functionals. Specification and implementation of algorithmic systems: data and control sections. Letter grading. Mutual coupling. Preparation: prior training in probability theory, random processes, and linear algebra. Mr. Mori (F), 188. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, one hour; outside study, one hour. Random number generators. Synchronous and asynchronous network behavior. Reflector tolerance studies, including systematic and random errors. Limited to graduate electrical engineering students. Preparation for MS Comprehensive Examination. (22-2), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering M256A-M256B-M256C.) Queueing system modeling and analysis. Requisite: Mathematics 33A. Letter grading. Mr. Ozcan (W), 218. Introduction to Monte Carlo simulations. Letter grading. Telecommunication networks, mobile wireless networks, and multiple-access communication systems. VLSI memories (SRAM, DRAM, and ROMs). 100. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 163DB.) Fokker/Planck equation and applications to heating by neutral beams, RF, and fusion reaction products. Letter grading. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Basic physical principles, quantum mechanics, chemical bonding and nanostructures, top-down and bottom-up (self-assembly) nanofabrication; nanocharacterization; nanomaterials, nanoelectronics, and nanobiodetection technology. Letter grading. Geometrical optics and geometrical theory of diffraction. Approximation of filter specifications. Lecture, four hours; discussion, one hour; outside study, seven hours. Letter grading. Requisite: course 131A. Tutorial, to be arranged. Special topics in electrical engineering for undergraduate students taught on experimental or temporary basis, such as those taught by resident and visiting faculty members. Limited to junior/senior engineering majors. S/U or letter grading. Letter grading. Letter grading. (2 to 16). (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 596.) Topics include bulk crystal and epitaxial growth, thermal oxidation, diffusion, ion-implantation, chemical vapor deposition, dry etching, lithography, and metallization. Wang (W), 163DB. Recommended: courses 2, 170A. Mathematical models of human speech production and perception mechanisms, speech analysis/synthesis. Nonlinear optical interactions, sum- and difference-frequency generation, harmonic and parametric generation, stimulated Raman and Brillouin scattering, field-induced index changes and self-phase modulation. (F,W,Sp), 199. Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Special Topics in Physical and Wave Electronics. Mr. Y.E. Enforced requisite: course 170A. Introduction to fundamentals of nanoscale science and technology. Requisites: courses 131A, 133A or 205A, and M146, or equivalent. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 170C.) Topics include bioelectricity, electrophysiology (action potentials, local field potentials, EEG, ECOG), intracellular and extracellular recording, microelectrode technology, neural signal processing (neural signal frequency bands, filtering, spike detection, spike sorting, stimulation artifact removal), brain-computer interfaces, deep-brain stimulation, and prosthetics. Discussion of electrical properties of semiconductors leading to operation of junction devices. Discussion of and critical thinking about topics of current intellectual importance, taught by faculty members in their areas of expertise and illuminating many paths of discovery at UCLA. Advanced Engineering Electrodynamics. Advanced study and analysis of current topics in electrical engineering. Stabilization design via state feedback and observers; separation principle. Lecture, four hours; laboratory, four hours; outside study, four hours. Interaction of intense electromagnetic waves with plasmas: waves in inhomogeneous and bounded plasmas, nonlinear wave coupling and damping, parametric instabilities, anomalous resistivity, shock waves, echoes, laser heating. Semiconductor Processing and Device Design. Enforced requisite: course 101B. Topics include fundamental properties of electrical activity in neurons; technology for measuring neural activity; spiking statistics and Poisson processes; generative models and classification; regression and Kalman filtering; principal components analysis, factor analysis, and expectation maximization. Ms. Alwan (F), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 2.) Requisites: courses 223, 224. (4), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 2H.) Mr. Rubin (F), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 133A.) Letter grading. Introduction by faculty members and industry lecturers to electrical engineering disciplines through current and emerging applications of autonomous systems and vehicles, biomedical devices, aerospace electronic systems, consumer products, data science, and entertainment products (amusement rides, etc. (2). Enforced requisite: course 115B. S/U grading. Design of feeding networks. May be repeated for credit with topic change. Mr. Liu (Not offered 2019-20), (Formerly numbered Electrical Engineering 273.) May be repeated for credit with topic change.
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