Program tanımları
Head of Department: Gunhan Dundar
Professors: Emin Anarim, M.Levent Arslan, Isil Bozma, Omer Cerid, Kemal Ciliz, Oguzhan Cicekoglu, Hakan Delic, Gunhan Dundar, Okan Kadri Ersoy•, Aysin Ertuzun, Yasemin Kahya, Okyay Kaynak, Avni Morgul*, Kadri Ozcaldiran, Bulent Sankur, Selim Seker, Sabih Tansal†
Associate Professors: Yagmur Denizhan,
Assistant Professors: Burak Acar, Mehmet Akar, F. Kerem Harmanci, Mutlu Koca, Mehmet Kivanc Mihcak, Murat Saraclar, Arda Deniz Yalcinkaya, Heba Mohamed Yuksel
Instructor: Dr. Selcuk Ogrenci*
*Part-time
•Adjunct
† Professor Emeritus
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM
The Ph.D. Program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is composed of a minimum number of 24 credits of course work, chosen under the supervision of an advisor from among the option courses in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and from the courses offered by the Institute, and a dissertation carried out according to the regulations of the Institute.
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
EE 512 Solid State D.C. Drives (Kati Hal D.C. Suruculeri) (3+0+0) 3
Evolution of D.C. drives. Analysis and performance characteristics of single-phase, three-phase and chopper-fed D.C. drives. Reversible drives. Discontinuous current operation. Regenerative braking. Dual converters. Closed-loop control. Analysis and design of controller structures. Phase locked loop control. Microprocessor based drive control systems. Applications.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 531 Television Engineering (Televizyon Muhendisligi) (3+0+0) 3
Principles of picture transmission. Color fundamentals. Camera tubes. Color television systems. Video signal. Carrier transmission of the video signal. Video recording. Television studio equipment. Transmitters and receivers.
EE 537 Introduction to VLSI Design (3+0+0) 3
(Cok Genis Capli Tumlesik Devre Tasarimina Giris)
Electronic characteristics of logic gates. Fabrication processes for MOS technology. Layout design rules and examples. Electronic characteristics based on geometry. Design verification, Schematic capture, analog/digital simulation. CMOS digital circuits: pads, super buffers, CMOS switch logic. Student term project.
EE 541 Computer Communication Networks I (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
(Bilgisayar Iletisim Aglari I)
Theory and practice of computer communication networks. The layered approach and International Standardization Organization (ISO) Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model (OSI/RM) principles. Physical communication media. Data link layer and reliability of logical links. Multiplexing, switching, and multiple access methods. Network layer routing via X.25 and Internet Protocol (IP); congestion control. Transport protocols: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Local area networks and performance analysis.
EE 542: Computer Communication Networks II (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 6)
(Bilgisayar Iletisim Aglari II)
Advanced data transport and switching concepts. Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) principles. Optical networking. High speed switching. Performance issues: queuing theory and delay models in computer networks. Elements of the presentation layer. Application protocols: message handling systems, database applications, network management, World Wide Web (WWW), multimedia.
Prerequisite: EE 541 or equivalent.
EE 544 Data Compression (Veri Sikistirma) (3+0+0) 3
Lossles and lossy compression techniques and their mathematical basis. Huffman coding, arithmetic coding, various dictionary coding techniques including the Lempel-Ziv techniques; scalar and vector quantization, differential encoding, transform coding, and subband coding.
Prerequisites: Consent of instructor, EE 577.
EE 545 Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems I (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
(Telsiz Aglar ve Gezgin Sistemler I )
Characteristics and operations of wireless networks: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless area networks. Mobile Internet Protocol (IP) and mobile ad hoc routing protocol. Middleware application program interfaces (APIs) to realize mobile applications. Basic functionality provided by middleware for peer to peer (P2P) computing. Design, implementation and testing of mobile applications.
Prerequisite: EE 541 or equivalent.
EE 546: Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems II (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 6)
(Telsiz Aglar ve Gezgin Sistemler II)
Routing protocols in mobile ad hoc networks mobile Internet Protocol (IP) principles. Operation of IP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). Networks Address Translation (NAT). Principles of security engineering: cryptography, vulnerability, confidentiality, integrity, modification, Public Key Encryption (PKE). The security of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11 (WEP).
Prerequisites: EE 545 or equivalent
EE 548 Wireless Communication Applications (1+0+4) 3 (ECTS: 6)
(Telsiz Iletisim Uygulamalari )
Wireless communication and networking applications: Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN), wireless web access, peer-to-peer communications, Bluetooth, Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANET), Mobile Internet Protocol (IP) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
Prerequisites: EE 545 or equivalent.
EE 550 Artificial Neural Networks (Yapay Sinir Aglari) (3+0+0) 3
Principles of Neural Computing. Architectural analysis of different neural network models (Hopfield model, Single Perceptron, Multilayer Perceptron etc.). Learning algorithms. Back propagation algorithm and local minima problem. Dynamics of recurrent neural networks. Applications of neural networks for control systems, system identification, associative memories, optimization problem etc. Computer simulation homeworks and final project.
EE 551 Robust Control (Dayanikli Denetim) (3+0+0) 3
Norms for signals and systems. Internal stability. Youla parametrization of all internally stabilizing compensators. Additive and multiplicative plant uncertainty. Robust stability and robust performance against plant uncertainties. Solution of the robust performance problem via loopshaping. Pick-Nevanlinna Interpolation Problem and its application to model matching. Modified robust performance problem (mixed sensitivity problem): Solution via spectral factorization and model matching. Phase and gain margin optimization.
EE 552 Digital Control (Sayisal Denetim) (3+0+0) 3
Introduction to digital control of analogue systems. Sampling, quantizing and coding. The z-transformation and its properties, the inverse z-transformation. Discretization techniques, discrete-time equivalence of continuous-time systemsand filters. Transient and steady-state analysis of discrete-time systems, stability analysis. Design of digital controllers based on root locus methods and frequency response methods. State-space analysis of discrete-time system and controller design by pole-placement. Introduction to discrete-time optimal control design.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 562 Microwaves (Mikro Dalgalar) (3+0+0) 3
Microwave transmission, transmission lines and waveguides. Microwave circuits. Scattering parameters. Microwave resonators. Microwave using ferrites. Generation and amplification of microwaves. Klystrons, magnetrons, traveling wave tubes. Semiconductors in microwaves.
EE 570 Spectral Estimation (Spektral Kestirim ) ((3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
Spectral estimation problem. Nonparametric techniques: periodogram and correlogram methods; asymptotic properties; statistical analysis; windowed spectrum methods. Parametric methods for rational spectra: Auto Regressive (AR), Moving Average (MA) and Auto Regressive Moving Average (ARMA) models; Yule-Walker equations and least-squares methods; Levinson-Durbin algorithm; Prony's method. Parametric methods for line spectra; non-linear least squares; higher order Yule-Walker; methods based on eigen-decomposition; Multiple Signal Classification (MUSIC), Pisarenko, Estimation of Signal Parameters via Rotational Invariance Techniques (ESPRIT).
EE 572 Mathematical Methods for Signal Processing (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
(Isaret Islemede Matematiksel Yontemler)
Metric spaces, normed vector spaces, basis sets. The four subspaces of the linear transforms. Approximation in Hilbert spaces: least squares filtering and estimation, linear regression, polynomial approximation, minimum norm solutions and system identification. Matrix factorization, eigenvectors, singular value decomposition, iterative matrix inverses, pseudoinverse. Theory of constrained optimization and dynamic programming.
EE 573 Pattern Recognition (Oruntu Tanima ) (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 6)
Overview of learning and statistical decision theory. Model inference and parameter estimation. Linear models for regression and classification. Kernel methods. Nonparametric methods. Model assessment and selection. Ensemble methods. Unsupervised learning.
EE 574 Image Analysis (Imge Cozumlemesi ) (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
Image spaces. Variational optimization, variational image processing: restoration and denoising. Curves: representations, characterizations and evolution. Medial axis transform. Surfaces: representations, characterizations and evolution. Interface propagation techniques. Statistical image analysis: Principal Component Analysis (PCA), Independent Component Analysis (ICA).
EE 575 Multiresolution Signal Processing (3+0+0) 3
(Coklu-Cozunurlu Sinyal Isleme)
Time-frequency signal decomposition. Block transforms, subband filters, wavelet decomposition. Orthogonality, transform efficiency, coding gain performance. Wavelet transform: regularity, 2-channel filterbanks, wavelet families. DCT, Lapped Orthogonal Transforms, other transforms. Parametric modeling of signal sources.
EE 576 Machine Vision (Yapay Gorme) (3+0+0) 3
Extraction of low-level features, boundary and region based analysis, segmentation and grouping, lightness and color, shape from shading. Photometric and binocular stereo, optical flow and motion estimation, strongly-modeled vision, weakly-modeled vision recognition, integration and vision systems, real-time vision.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 577 Statistical Signal Analysis (3+1+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
(Istatistiksel Sinyal Cozumlemesi )
Characteristics of random processes. Correlation function and power spectral density of stationary processes. Noise mechanisms, the Gaussian and Poisson processes. Statistical estimation theory, linear mean square filtering, optimum Wiener and Kalman filtering. Signal detection theory and statistical significance tests.
Prerequisites: Consent of instructor
EE 578 Speech Processing (Konusma Isleme) (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 7)
Speech production theory, acoustic tube model, linear prediction model, cepstrum analysis, homomorphic speech processing, vector quantization and speech coding, speech enhancement, text-to-speech synthesis, hidden Markov models and their application to speech recognition.
EE 579 Graduate Seminar (Lisansustu Seminer) (0+1+0) 0 P/F
The widening of students' perspectives and awareness of topics of interest to electrical and electronic engineers through seminars offered by faculty, guest speakers and graduate students.
EE 580-589 Special Topics (Ozel Konular) (3+0+0) 3
In depth study of a special topic in the area of Communication, Control or Electronics.
EE 590-599 Selected Topics (Secilmis Konular) (3+0+0) 3
In depth study of a selected topic in the area of Communication, Control or Electronics.
EE 621 Network Synthesis (Devre Sentezi) (3+0+0) 3
Loop and node equations in s-domain, state equations, Tellegen's theorem, positive definite quadratic forms. Synthesis of emmitance functions and of transfer functions: 'z', 'y' parameters, zeroes of transmission. Active network synthesis, some classical network configurations, signal flow graph techniques. Filter characteristics and approximation techniques. Sensitivity and tolerance considerations.
EE 628 Game Theory (Oyun Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Introduction to game theory in matrix and extensive forms of optimal strategies. Discrete and continuous zero-sum games. Games of kind and games of degree. Pontryagin's theory for linear pursuit problems. Imperfect information. Markov games. Nonzero sum and many players' games
EE 631 Advanced Electronic Circuits (Ileri Elektronik Devreler) (3+0+0) 3
Pulse transformers, transmission lines. Broadband amplifier analysis and design. Sweep generation. Synchronization. Negative resistance devices. Parametric amplifiers. Sampling gates.
EE 632 System Design with Microelectronic Devices (3+0+0) 3
(Tumdevrelerle Sistem Tasarimi)
Classification of linear and digital integrated circuits. Digital system design; logic circuits, dividers, counters and memories, digital communication circuits. Linear system design; radio-TV circuits, power amplifiers, linear communications circuits. Hybrid systems; SAW and digital filters. Microprocessor based intelligent systems.
EE 633 Computational Aspects of VLSI (3+0+0) 3
(Cok Genis Capli Tumlesim Algoritmalari)
Analog circuit simulation, digital circuit simulation and switch level simulation techniques. Physical design of VLSI circuits. Floorphamming, placement, channel routing, global routing, and performance driven routing. Silicon assembly. Silicon compilation for digital VLSI, silicon compilation for analog VLSI.
EE 634 Integrated Electronics (Tumlesik Elektronik) (3+0+0) 3
Types of integrated circuits, physical process employed in the design of integrated circuits, impurity diffusion and diffusion junction properties, oxidation and surface statesthin film deposition and properties; epitaxial growth; passive and active components for integrated electronics; integrated circuit design principles.
EE 635 Theory of Electron Devices (Elektronik Aygitlar Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Photo conductivity, photo-emission, light amplification, metal semiconductor diodes, field effect devices, special effects in semiconductors, properties of dielectric materials and magnetic materials.
EE 637 Integrated Circuit Design (Tumdevre Tasarimi) (3+0+0) 3
Introduction to device physics, A.C. and D.C. models for integrated circuit transistors, biasing techniques, current and voltage sources and references, design principles for analog circuits such as operational amplifiers, voltage regulators, multipliers. Design principles for digital circuits such as DTL's, ECL's and TTL's.
EE 638 Advanced VLSI Design (3+0+0) 3
(Ileri Cok Genis Capli Tumlesik Devre Ileri Tasarim Teknikleri)
Dynamic circuits: clocked static logic, charge leakage, storage and sharing. Dynamic logic: Domino, MODL, LDL, NORA and Zipper CMOS logic. Electronic design automation (EDA). Chip design options: Programmable logic, programmable gate arrays, sea-of-gates and standard cell design. CMOS subsystem design. Testing and design for testability. Student term project.
EE 640 Microprocessor System Design (Mikroislemcili Sistem Tasarimi) (3+0+0) 3
Design of dedicated purpose microprocessor systems used in electronic instrumentation, control and communications. Design of medium to large size microprocessor systems. Multi-processor system design.
EE 643 Digital Communication (Sayisal Iletisim) (3+0+0) 3 (ECTS: 6)
Signal spaces and system analysis in digital communication. Characterization of communication channels and modulation methods under the constraints of both noise and finite bandwidth. Linear and nonlinear signaling techniques under additive white Gaussian noise. Basic equalization techniques. Adaptive equalization. Multichannel and multicarrier systems. Spread spectrum techniques and multiuser communications.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 644 Error Control Coding (Hata Denetim Kodlari) (3+0+0) 3
Introduction to algebra and Galois fields. Various error control coding techniques including linear block codes, cyclic codes, BCH and Reed-Solomon codes, convolution codes. Viterbi algorithm. Trellis coded modulation.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 650 H - Optimal Control (H - Eniyi Denetim) (3+0+0) 3
Definitions of L2, L , H2 and H spaces, Background on linear operators. Nehari Problem. Co-prime factorizations over H , parametrization of internally stabilizing compensators and reduction of the H - Optimal Control Problem to a model matching problem. Solution of the one-sided model matching problem via Nehari Theorem for SISO systems. Canonical inner-outer, spectral and J-spectral factorizations for MIMO systems. Krein spaces and solution of the two-sided model matching problem via Nehari Theorem. State, space solution of the H - Optimal Control Problem: central controller and parametrization of all H - Optimal controllers.
EE 652 Adaptive Control (Uyarlanir Denetim) (3+0+0) 3
Overview of basic approaches and alternatives to adaptive control; review of deterministic and stochastic signal and system models; real time parameter estimation using recursive least squares and its derivatives, persistent excitation, covariance management estimation under feedback; model reference adaptive systems, MIT rule, hyperstability approach; self-tuning regulators. Direct and indirect methods, minimum variance, linear quadratic and generalized predictive control strategies, convergence analysis using ODE method.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 653 Optimal Control Theory (Eniyi Denetim Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Calculus of variations in system optimization. Two point boundary value problems. Optimal control function and optimal control law. Dynamic programming. Pontryagin's Minimum Principle: minimum time, minimum fuel, minimum energy problems. Optimal control design with quadratic criteria. Regulation and tracking problems. Singular control problems.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 655 Stochastic Systems and Control (Rasgele Sistemler ve Denetimi) (3+0+0) 3
Modeling and analysis of discrete time and continuous time uncertain linear dynamic systems. Estimation problems: Bayesian, Fisher and Weighted Least Square estimation. Optimal prediction, filtering and smoothing. Kalman filtering. Wiener-Hopf theory. Stochastic optimal control.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
EE 656 Analysis of Nonlinear Control Systems (3+0+0) 3
(Dogrusal Olmayan Denetim Sistemleri)
Solution of nonlinear control problems, phase-plane, describing function, relay servomechanisms. Optimum and quasi-optimum relay servos. Nonlinear compensation techniques. Self-adaptive control systems. Analog simulation.
EE 657 Robotics (Robot Sistemleri) (3+0+0) 3
Industrial automation. Manipulator and sensor technology. Review of kinematics and Lagrangian dynamics. Joint-space/work-space transformations and data structures. Point to point continuous path control. Robot control: command languages, navigation and mapping, optical and acoustic ranging and pattern recognition, collision avoidance algorithms, positioning accuracy, resolution and repeatability. Distribution of intelligence. Adaptive hierarchical control.
EE 658 Computer Control Techniques (Bilgisayarla Denetim Teknikleri) (3+0+0) 3
Design and implementation of digital controllers; disturbance models, pole placement design based on I/O models, optimal design based on state-space approach; self tuning control; predictive control. Simulation studies using CAD tools.
EE 662 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation (3+0+0) 3
(Elektromanyetik Dalga Yayilimi)
Hertz potential. Plane waves in different media. Spectral representation of elementary sources. Field of a dipole in a stratified medium. Ground wave and ionospheric propagation. Scattering and absorption of a wave by a single particle.
EE 664 Antenna Theory (Antenler Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Radiation from a current distribution and a field distribution. Calculation of far field. Elementary dipole. Thin linear antennas, near and far fields. Impedance of antennas, self and mutual impedance. Directional properties of antennas, antenna arrays. Receiving antennas. Radiation from aperture, horns, reflectors and lenses. Special types of antennas.
EE 670 Adaptive Filter Theory (Uyarlamali Suzgec Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Study of the mathematical theory of various realizations of linear filters. Detailed study of linear optimum filtering, namely Wiener filtering, linear prediction, and Kalman filtering. FIR structures versus lattice filter structures. Method of least squares, comparative study of steepest descent, least-mean sequare (LMS) and recursive least squares (RLS) filter design algorithms.
EE 671 Information Theory (Bilisim Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Information measures, characterization of information sources, coding for discrete sources. Discrete channel characterization, channel capacity. Introduction to waveform channels and rate distortion theory.
EE 673 Radar and Sonar Systems (Radar ve Sonar Sistemleri) (3+0+0) 3
Microwave propagation. CW, FM, MTI doppler and tracking radar. Radar transmitters and receivers and antennas. Underwater sound propagation. Sonar transmitter and receivers. Transducers. Array processing. Detection and processing of radar and sonar signals.
EE 675 Waves in Random Media (Rasgele Ortamlarda Dalgalar) (3+0+0) 3
The random medium and its statistical properties. The random field as a set or spectrum of plane waves. The mean field, power, field coherence, and the angular spectrum. Intensity fluctuations of the wave field. Single and multiple scattering theory of waves in stationary scatterers. Dyadic permittivity of the medium.
EE 676 Remote Sensing (Uzaktan Algilama) (3+0+0) 3
Basic operation and applications of radar. Antenna system in microwave remote sensing. Radiometry. Microwave interaction with atmospheric constituents. Radiometer systems. Active microwave sensing of land.
EE 677 Detection and Estimation Theory (Sezim ve Kestirim Kurami) (3+0+0) 3
Classical statistical decision theory, decision criteria and composite hypothesis tests. Receiver operating characteristics and error probability, applications to radar and communications. Detection of signals with unknown and random parameters, detection of stochastic signals, nonparametric detection techniques. Introduction to signal design, ambiguity function, the uncertainty principle. Application to radar and sonar systems.
Prerequisite: EE 577.
EE 679 Pattern Recognition (Oruntu Tanima) (3+0+0) 3
Introduction to normative and generative theories of pattern recognition. Algebraic characterization of patterns. Techniques of statistical classification. Feature choice, feature extraction. Linear discrimination and adaptive learning. Syntactic properties of conventional symbol systems.
EE 680-689 Special Topics (Ozel Konular) (3+0+0) 3
Study of the latest and current developments in the field of Electrical Engineering.
EE 691-694 Seminar (Seminer) (3+0+0) 3
Presentation and study of current research topics in computers, systems, communications, control, solid state.
EE 695-698 Special Topics (Ozel Konular) (3+0+0) 3
Study of the latest and current developments in the field of Electrical Engineering.
EE 699 Guided Research (Yonlendirilmis Arastirmalar) (2+0+4) 4
Research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, by arrangement with members of the faculty; guidance of doctoral students towards the preparation and presentation of a research proposal.
EE 790 Ph.D. Thesis (Doktora Tezi)