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ECE Courses by TIG

Course NumberCourse Title and Catalog Description


Electrical Energy Systems

Non-renewable and renewable/sustainable energy sources. Processes, costs, and environmental impact of conversion into electric energy. Delivery and control of electric energy, electromechanical systems.


Power System Engineering

To introduce basic concepts of electric power system design, encompassing protection, stability and control.


Power Electronic Circuits

The analysis, control and design of switching power converters: rectifiers, cycloconverters, voltage-sourced and current-source inverters, dc-dc converters, pfc and resonant converters.


Power IC Design

Analysis and design of switched-inductor dc-dc power supplies with CMOS integrated circuits (ICs). Power devices, power stages, power losses, frequency response, and feedback control.


Electric Power Quality

Transients and harmonics in power systems, analysis methods and mitigation practices. Causes of power quality problems and relationship to equipment susceptibility.


Electric Machinery Analysis

Advanced theory of AC machines, including AC motor winding design, finite element analysis, induction motor design, permanent magnet machine design, and synchronous machine dynamics. Credit not allowed for both ECE 4335 and ECE 6335.


Power System Analysis & Control

Introduces basic concepts in electric power generation, distribution,system control and economic operation.


Dynamics and Control of Electric Machine Drives

A study of the dynamics and control of electric machinery and variable speed machine drive systems.


Power System Stability

Techniques for stability analysis of electric power systems and applications of these methods.


Power System Protection

The theory and practice of modern power system protection techniques.


Power System Planning and Reliability

To introduce basic concepts as well as analysis and optimization techniques underlying reliability assessment of electric power systems and planning techniques.


Power Electronics

Introduces power semiconductor devices and power electronic converters, including single-phase and three-phase ac/dc rectifiers, ac voltage controllers, dc/dc converters and dc/ac inverters.


Electric Machinery Analysis

An introduction to the analysis and basic construction principles of rotating electric machines and transformers, including ac synchronous and induction machines and dc machines. Credit is not allowed for both ECE 4335 and ECE 6335.


Power Systems Control and Operation

Introduction to methods used in the real time operation and control of power systems as well as to the hardware and software technology of energy management systems (EMS).


Electromechanical and Electromagnetic Energy Conversion

Introduction to three phase power systems, electromechanical energy conversion and operating principles of electric machines.