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Adjunct Faculty, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Florida, United States
Salary Not Specified
Posted Date
Apr 5, 2023
Job Description

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department within the College of Engineering on the Daytona Beach Campus is seeking Adjunct faculty to teach on campus in Fall 2023. Adjunct faculty are needed for the following courses:

EE 300 Linear Circuits Analysis II 3 Credits (3,0)

Continuation of EE 223. Study of the Laplace and Fourier transforms, Fourier analysis, complex plane, resonance and coupled circuits, Bode Diagrams, and two-port networks.
Prerequisites: EE 223 Corequisites: MA 441 .

EE 302 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 Credits (3,0)

Introduction to basic semiconductor theory and semiconductor device characteristics. Diode and transistor models used in the analysis and design of electronic circuits. Basic amplifier circuits. Single and multi-stage amplifier analysis, design, and frequency response. Integrated circuit implementation of differential stages and operational amplifier circuits.
Prerequisites: EE 223 Corequisites: EE 304 .

EE 307 Avionics I 3 Credits (3,0)

Provides the first part of a comprehensive and rigorous study of avionics systems. The course covers avionics systems from the basic physics of avionics to the latest technology.
Prerequisites: EE 223 .

EE 327 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals 3 Credits (3,0)

Circuit theory and variables. Analysis of electrical circuits using Ohm's and Kirchloff's laws. Nodal and mesh analysis. Principles of superposition and source transformation. Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Wheatstone bridge. Voltage-current relationship for passive elements. First order transient analysis. Phasors and steady-state AC analysis. Filter concepts.
Prerequisites: COM 221 and PS 250 and PS 253 Corequisites: EE 328 and MA 345 .

CEC 300 Computing in Aerospace and Aviation 3 Credits (3,0)

This course explores the computer engineering aspects of systems ranging from embedded sensor and actuator controllers to high-performance computing systems used in air traffic control and weather forecasting. The critical factors that impact the engineering decisions involved, including technological, economic, social, and professional issues are discussed. Key engineering techniques and practices, including database, human-computer interaction, and networks of systems are explored through case studies and representative examples from the aerospace and aviation domains. Pre-Requisite: Junior Standing
Prerequisites: EGR 115 or CS 223 .

CEC 470 Computer Architecture 3 Credits (3,0)

This course describes in detail the Von Neuman computer architecture, which includes processors, memory, input/ output, and transfer of information; examples of machine language, assembly language, microprogramming, and operating systems will be discussed. Additional topics in advanced computer architecture and computer systems will be covered.
Prerequisites: CEC 320 .

CS 420 Operating Systems 3 Credits (3,0)

Development, structure, and functions of operating systems; demand service models; development of concurrent models. Pre-Requisite: Junior standing
Prerequisites: CS 225 .

SE 610 Software Systems Architecture and Design 3 Credits (3,0)

This course is concerned with the principles and concepts of engineering large software systems and programs. Software architecture is an abstraction of system details that helps in managing the inherent complexity of software systems development. Software architecture provides opportunities for early evaluation of user needs, analysis of requirements and design, and prediction of system properties. Architectural styles, views, notations, and description languages provide systematic frameworks for engineering decisions and design practices. The focus of the course is on advanced topics related to software architecture practices, technologies, and artifacts. Students participate in individual or group projects related to developing architectural representations of software systems.
Prerequisites: SE 530 .

CS 538 Applied Cryptography 3 Credits (3,0)

This course explores concepts of cryptography for enhancing security properties of systems that are being designed, implemented, and maintained. Common cryptanalysis techniques and tools are covered.

  • Master's degree or higher in related fields required.

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