ICE Laboratory Sponsered Courses at GT

Links to recent Courses Taught:

  • ECE 1882 : F2012,F2013
  • ECE 2040 :
  • ECE 3400 : S2012,S2014,F2016
  • ECE 4011-4012 : 2012-2017
  • ECE 4430 : F2017
  • ECE 6435 : S2012,S2014,S2015,S2016

    Also advised multiple Senior Design Projects (ECE 4011/4012)

    Other courses taught: ECE 2025, 3030, 3040, 6414, 6420
  • Hands-on courses make use of the Scilab / Xcos Tools developed at GT.
    Further information on the Scilab / Xcos FPAA Tools.

    If you are interested in our hands-on measurement and design approach for circuits approaches, we provide references [1-7] below.

    [1] C.Twigg and Hasler, "Incorporating Large-Scale FPAAs in Analog Design Courses,” IEEE International Conference on Microelectronic Systems Education (MSE), pp. 171 - 172.
    [2] C. Twigg and Hasler, "Incorporating Large-Scale FPAAs Into Analog Design and Test Courses,” IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 51, No. 3, pp. 319-324, August 2008.
    [3] Hasler, C. Scholttmann, and S. Koziol, "FPAA chips and tools as the center of an design-based analog systems education,” MSE 2011, pp. 47–51.
    [4] M. Collins, J. Hasler, and S. George, "Analog systems education: An integrated toolset and FPAA SoC boards," MSE 2015, pp. 32–35.
    [5] J. Hasler, S. Kim, S. Shah, F. Adil, M. Collins, S. Koziol, and S. Nease, "Transforming Mixed-Signal Circuits Class through SoC FPAA IC, PCB, and Toolset," European Workshop on Microelectronics Education, Southampton, May 2016.
    [6] M. Collins, J. Hasler, and S. Shah, "An approach to using RASP tools in analog systems education," FIE , October 2016.
    [7] J. Hasler, A. Natarajan, S. Shah, and S. Kim, "SoC FPAA Immersed Junior Level Circuits Course," MSE, May 2017.

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