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1 1 Welcome Tea 2009 Academic Matters for EE3/CPE3 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering National University of Singapore

2 2 Welcome Tea to am Welcome Address by ECE3 Year Coordinator A/Prof Mansoor Jalil, EE3/CPE3 Coordinator to am Prize Presentation (Centre for Intelligent Control Book Prize) A/Prof Mansoor Jalil, EE3/CPE3 Coordinator to am Talk on academic matters by Year 3 Coordinator A/Prof Mansoor Jalil, EE3/CPE3 Coordinator to amTalk on iLead program Prof Kau Ah Keng, Director of iLead Program, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre (NEC) amTea Refreshment Welcome Tea for ECE3 students AY 2009/ August 2009, 10 am, LT6 Programme

3 3 Welcome Tea 2009 Centre for Intelligent Control Book Prize  The prize is awarded to students excelling in EE2010 Systems & Control module. The awardees are:  Qian Yudi (AY0809 Sem 1)  Ren Shirui (AY0809 Sem 2)

4 4 Welcome Tea 2009 ECE Module Planner (MP)  The Module Planner is just a guide to assist in planning your study schedule.  All Students (including those who have completed the module planner) will need to bid for their modules via CORS.  Modules chosen at the module planner can be viewed at: elect.asp

5 5 Welcome Tea 2009 B.Eng. (EE/CPE) Curriculum Structure Total = 160 MCs 2 General Education Modules (GEMs) = 8 MCs 1 Singapore Studies (SS) Module = 4 MCs 2 Breadth Electives outside faculty = 8 MCs (SARTOR requirements) University Level Requirements (ULR) MCs = 20 Programme Requirements FoE Reqs (10 MCs): Critical Thinking & Writing, Eng Professionalism, UHRNE FoE Year 1 Maths & Sci (EE: 20 MCs or CPE: 16 MCs): Intro Mat Sci & Eng, Physics IIE (EE only), Maths I & II, Programming Methodology FoE Year 1 Technology (3 MCs): Electrical Engineering MCs = EE: 33 or CPE: MCs Any faculty (for Breadth/Depth) (SARTOR requirements) Total MCs=12 (7.45%) Unrestricted Elective Modules (UEM) MCs = 20 ECE Core Modules (EE: 37 MCs or CPE: 41 MCs) ECE Core – Project and Independent Study Modules (22 MCs) ECE Technical Electives to satisfy breadth and depth requirements (28 MCs) MCs = EE: 87 or CPE: 91 ECE Major Requirements  Refer to the specific File For Graduation (FFG) document at:

6 6 Welcome Tea 2009  Specialization in EE/CPE is achieved through technical breadth/depth electives from the following concentrations:  Communications  Computer Engineering  Information Processing  Media & Signal Processing  Control & Automation ECE Breadth/Depth  Microelectronics  Electrical Energy  Engineering Science  Bioelectronic Systems  General

7 7 Welcome Tea 2009 Examples on Concentration for EE Communications Breadth  EE3101 Digital Signal Proc  EE3103 Communications  EE3104 Intro to RF and Microwave Sys and Circuits Depth  EE4101 RF Communications  EE4104 Microwave Ccts & Dev  EE4110 MIC & MMIC Design  EE4112 HF Techniques  EE4113 Digital Comms & Coding  EE4114 Optical Comms Control & Automation Breadth  EE3302 Industrial Ctrl Sys  EE3304 Digital Ctrl Sys Depth  EE4302 Adv Control Sys  ME4245 Robot Kinematics, D&C  EE4305 Intro Fuzzy/Neural Sys  EE4306 Distributed Auto Robotic Sys  EE4307 Control Sys Design & Sim  CN4211R Petrochem & Proc. Tech.

8 8 Welcome Tea 2009 Examples on Concentration for EE (cont.) Computer Engineering Breadth  EE3204 Computer Comms Networks I  EE3207 Computer Architecture  EE3208 Embed Computer Sys Design Depth  EE4210 Comp Comm Networks II  EE4214 Real-time Embedded Systems  EE4218 Embed Hardware Sys Design Information Processing Breadth  CS2102 Database Systems  CS2103 Software Engineering  CS2106 Introduction to Operating Sys  CS3216 Software Dev on Evo Platforms  CS3230 Design & Analysis of Algo  CS3233 Competitive Programming  CS3241 Computer Graphics  CS3243 Foundations of AI Depth  CS4244 Knowledge-based Systems  CS4247 Graphics Rendering Techniques

9 9 Welcome Tea 2009 Rules to achieve breadth & depth: B.Eng. (EE) (a) Breadth (B) requirements At least 3 technical breadth electives from 3 different concentrations (b) Depth (D) requirements At least 3 technical depth electives from any concentration (c) Unrestricted At least 1 technical breadth/depth elective from any concentration (d) Design requirement At least 1 technical elective from the above 7 electives must be from the list of design modules Note: At least 16 MCs of electives must be EEXXXX. Minimum total of 7 Technical Electives (at least 28 MCs in total)

10 10 Welcome Tea 2009  For the list of EE technical breadth and depth electives, refer to the Technical Electives (EE) file: List of Design Modules for EE (EE U06 intake & after) 1EE3207 Computer Architecture 2EE3208 Embedded Computer Systems Design 3EE3407 Analog Electronics 4EE3408 Integrated Analog Design 5EE4110 MIC & MMIC Design 6EE4218 Embedded Hardware System Design 7EE4302 Advanced Control Systems 8EE4307 Control Systems Design and Simulation 9EE4410 Integrated Circuit and System Design 10EE4415 Integrated Digital Design 11EE4512 Renewable Energy Systems Capstone Design 12EE4702 Game World Mechanics 13CS3248 Design of Interactive Systems

11 11 Welcome Tea 2009 Rules to achieve breadth & depth: B.Eng. (CPE) (a) Breadth (B) requirements At least 3 technical breadth electives in the following combination: 2B (from any combination of Comms/CE/IP/MSP) + 1B from other concentrations (b) Depth (D) requirements At least 3 technical depth electives in the following combination: 2D (from any combination of CE/IP/MSP) + 1D from any concentration (c) Unrestricted At least 1 technical breadth/depth elective from any concentration (d) Design requirement At least 1 technical elective from the above 7 electives must be from the list of design modules Minimum total of 7 Technical Electives (at least 28 MCs in total) Note: At least 12 MCs of electives must be EEXXXX.

12 12 Welcome Tea 2009  For the list of CPE technical breadth and depth electives, refer to the Technical Electives (CPE) file: List of Design Modules for CPE (CPE U06 to U08 intake) 1EE3208 Embedded Computer Systems Design 2EE3407 Analog Electronics 3EE3408 Integrated Analog Design 4EE4110 MIC & MMIC Design 5EE4218 Embedded Hardware System Design 6EE4302 Advanced Control Systems 7EE4307 Control Systems Design and Simulation 8EE4410 Integrated Circuit and System Design 9EE4415 Integrated Digital Design 10EE4512 Renewable Energy Systems Capstone Design 11EE4702 Game World Mechanics 12CS3248 Design of Interactive Systems

13 13 Welcome Tea 2009 BREADTH #1 BREADTH #2 BREADTH #3 DEPTH #1 DEPTH #2 DEPTH #3 BREADTH #1 BREADTH #2 BREADTH #3 Examples of Choosing Electives… EE students need to take: At least 3 technical breadth electives from 3 different concentrations; At least 3 technical depth electives from any concentration; At least 1 technical breadth/depth elective from any concentration; At least 1 technical elective from the above 7 electives must be from the list of design modules. CPE students need to take: At least 3 technical breadth electives in the following combination, i.e., 2B (from any combination of Comms/CE/IP/MSP) + 1B from other concentrations; At least 3 technical depth electives in the following combination, i.e., 2D (from any combination of CE/IP/MSP) + 1D from any concentration; At least 1 technical breadth/depth elective from any concentration; At least 1 technical elective from the above 7 electives must be from the list of design modules. BREADTH CE BREADTH DEPTH CE DEPTH IP DEPTH BREADTH/DEPTH BREADTH IP BREADTH DEPTH CE DEPTH BREADTH/DEPTH BREADTH MSP Minimum total of 7 Technical Electives (at least 28 MCs in total) DEPTH #1 DEPTH #2 DEPTH #3 At least 1 design module BREADTH/DEPTH At least 1 design module

14 14 Welcome Tea 2009 Recommended Tracks  For the list of recommended tracks, refer to the Tracks List file:  A total of 24 (EE) and 8 (CPE) tracks are recommended.  Each track recommends a number of modules ‘core’ to that track.  Modules listed in each specialization track are NOT compulsory.  You are NOT required to read all modules listed in a particular track. You may mix and match modules to create your own track.  Even if you have taken all modules in a track, it does NOT necessary mean that you have satisfied the specialization rules.  Important: You must ensure that rules to achieve breadth & depth requirements (specialization rules based on concentration) are satisfied.  Pay attention to pre-requisites and take modules in an appropriate order.

15 15 Welcome Tea 2009 Tracks for CPE students (Examples) BIOS1 Biomedical Systems EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3206 Intro to Computer Vision & Image Proc (1) EE3601 Bio-Instrumentation & Signal Analysis (1) EE4601 Sensors for Medical Applications (1) EE4603 Biomedical Imaging Systems (2) EE4604 Biological Perception in Digital Media (1) BN4404 BioMEMS (2) BIOS2 Computational Sensory Systems EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3206 Introduction to Comp Vision and Image Processing (1) EE3601 Bio-Instrumentation and Signal Analysis (1) EE4212 Computer Vision (2) EE4213 Image Processing (2) EE4305 Introduction to Fuzzy/Neural Systems (1) EE4604 Biological Perception in Digital Media (1) CEIP1 Networking & Distributed Systems CS2102 Database Systems (1 or 2) CS2106 Introduction to Operating Systems (1 or 2) CS3233 Competitive Programming (2) EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3204 Computer Comm Networks I (1) EE4210 Computer Comm Networks II (2) EE4214 Real Time Embedded Systems (1) CEIP2 Embedded Systems CS2103 Software Engineering (1 or 2) CS2106 Introduction to Operating Systems (1 or 2) EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3207 Computer Architecture (1) EE3208 Embedded Computer Sys Design (2) EE4214 Real Time Embedded Systems (1) EE4218 Embedded Hardware System Design (2)

16 16 Welcome Tea 2009 EE: Bioelectronic Systems Tracks for EE students (Examples) BIOS1 Biomedical Systems EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3206 Intro to Computer Vision & Image Proc (1) EE3601 Bio-Instrumentation & Signal Analysis (1) EE4601 Sensors for Medical Applications (1) EE4603 Biomedical Imaging Systems (2) EE4604 Biological Perception in Digital Media (1) BN4404 BioMEMS (2) BIOS2 Computational Sensory Systems EE3101 Digital Signal Processing (1 or 2) EE3206 Introduction to Comp Vision and Image Processing (1) EE3601 Bio-Instrumentation and Signal Analysis (1) EE4212 Computer Vision (2) EE4213 Image Processing (2) EE4305 Introduction to Fuzzy/Neural Systems (1) EE4604 Biological Perception in Digital Media (1)

17 17 Welcome Tea 2009 EE: General Tracks EE/CPE: Self-Designed Track OWN Anything is possible provided that you satisfy the specialization rules mentioned earlier. GEN1 General Track 1 EE3103 Communications (1) EE3208 Embedded Computer Systems Design (2) EE3304 Digital Control Systems (2) EE3505 Electrical Energy Systems (1) GEN2 General Track 2 EE3103 Communications (1) EE3208 Embedded Computer Systems Design (2) EE3407 Analog Electronics (1 or 2) EE4411 Silicon Processing Technology (1 or 2)

18 18 Welcome Tea 2009  Clinic sessions for EG1108 [AY09/10, Sem 1] will start from week 6 until reading week, last day on 20 Nov (every Mon, Wed & Friday between 5- 6pm) at E  Provides help in tutorial problems, lecture notes, general principles related to the materials of the module.  Role of academic advisor: Personal Tutor  See your PT regularly. PT offers academic advice and counsel.  Need to know you better to write effective letters of recommendation for you!  The Clinic Session schedule and PT list are available at the ECE website. Clinic Session & Academic Advising

19 19 Welcome Tea 2009 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL Students Taking EE2004, EE2005, EE2006, EE2007, EE2009, EE2010, EE2011 & EE2012" (Especially for EE, CPE, BIE, SoC students, etc) For all students (especially EE, CPE, BIE, SoC, etc) taking EE2004, EE2005, EE2006, EE2007, EE2009, EE2010, EE2011 & EE2012 in sem 1 AY0910, please be reminded to register for your: (i) tutorial sessions via CORS from 7 Aug, 11 Aug to 12 Aug 2009, same period as the CELC Tutorial registration. Tutorial registration for MA1506 will begin from 14 to 19 Aug 09 (Iteration 2).http://www.cors.nus.edu.sg/ (ii) laboratory sessions via ECE website from 17 Aug to 19 Aug Lab registration for MA1506 will begin from 14 to 19 Aug 09 (Iteration 2). Please also refer to the ECE-CORS schedule at and

20 20 Welcome Tea 2009 Help at University Health, Wellness & Counselling Centre ounselling/selfhelp/index.html ounselling/selfhelp/index.html

21 21 Welcome Tea 2009 Important Staff Members to Note  EE3/CPE3 Coordinator: A/Prof Mansoor Jalil  EE4/CPE4 Coordinator: A/Prof Cheong Loong Fah  Admin Officers: Ms Yap Siew Choo Ms Yip Lai Yeng Elyn  Coordinating members in different areas: Bioelectronic Systems: A/Prof Ong Sim Heng (eleongsh) Communications: Prof Ko Chi Chung (elekocc) Computer Engg/Info Proc: Prof Ko Chi Chung (elekocc) Control & Automation: A/Prof Tan Woei Wan (eletanww) Microelectronics: Dr Xiang Ning (elexn) Microwave & RF Comms: Dr Mouthaan Koenraad (elemk) Electrical Energy Systems: A/Prof Tan Woei Wan (eletanww)

22 22 Welcome Tea 2009 Have Fun… Enjoy the rest of your B.Eng. program!


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