Electrical Engineering Core - Department of ECE

Report
Electrical Engineering
Program and its Options
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
February 2011
By
Dr. Anjali Agarwal, FYPD, ECE
General Information
• 120 credit program with a degree of Beng
• Meets the criteria of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation
Board (CEAB) – qualified for membership in the Ordre des
ingenieurs du Quebec (OIQ)
• 30.5 credits taken up by Engineering Core (courses required of
all Engineering students)
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physics, calculus, modelling, computer programming, technical writing,
ethics and professionalism.
• 59.5 credits taken up by Electrical Engineering Core (courses
compulsory of all Electrical Engineering students)
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basics of electrical engineering.
Specializations: introductory courses
Introduction to design in project courses.
• 30 credits for Technical Electives or Options
Electrical Engineering Core
Course Number
Title
COEN 231
Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
COEN 243
Programming Methodology I
COEN 244
Programming Methodology II
COEN 311
Computer Organization and Software
COEN 312
Digital System Design I
ELEC 251
Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics
ELEC 264
Signals and Systems I
ELEC 311
Electronics I
ELEC 321
Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices
Electrical Engineering Core
Course Number
Title
ELEC 331
Fundamentals of Electrical Power Engineering
ELEC 351
Electromagnetic Waves and Guiding Structures
ELEC 363
Fundamentals of Telecommunication Systems
ELEC 364
Signals and Systems II
ELEC 365
Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations
ELEC 370
Modeling and Analysis of Physical Systems
ELEC 372
Fundamentals of Control Systems
ELEC 390
Team Design Project
ELEC 490
Capstone Electrical Engineering Design Project
Technical Electives or Options
• Options is a package of courses in a particular area
• Options are useful to prospective students to see certain areas
which are important and going forward and our program
provides specialized training in them
• Helps students customize their degrees to their own interests
• Options for Electrical Engineering:
• Telecommunications
• Electronics/VLSI
• Power and Renewable Energy
• Avionics and Control
• or No Option
Telecommunications Option
• Canada is a World Leader in Telecommunications
• Analysis and design of Wired and Wireless Communication
Systems
• Includes digital communications, digital signal processing for
data transmission and storage, antennas for wireless
applications, multimedia communication over Internet
• contributes to many application areas
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Wireless communication (Cell phones/smart phones/Bluetooth)
Wired Communication (Internet, Home Network)
Voice over IP, Streaming, Interactive traffic
Satellite communications
Cell phone users
Internet users
Telecommunication Option
• Option consists of the Electrical Engineering Core plus:
• Digital Signal Processing
• Digital Communications
• Telecommunication Networks
• 20 credits of free electives:
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Optical Devices for High-Speed Communications
Microwave Engineering
Antennas
Design of Wireless RF Systems
Wireless Communications
Networks Security and Management
Introduction to Optical Communication Systems
Advanced Telecommunication Networks
Application Example
– Interconnecting computer and peripherals, handheld
devices, PDAs, cell phones
– Embedded in other devices
– Data, Voice and Video transmission
One of the first modules (Ericsson).
HLR
NSS
with OSS
VLR
MSC
GMSC
VLR
fixed network
MSC
BSC
BSC
RSS
Another Example (VoIP)
30 ms
5 ms
Propagation Coding
Packetization
20 ms
Transmission
Queuing
(Jitter)
30 ms
Decoding
Depacketization
Playout Buffering
5 ms
Propagation
90 ms
One-Way
Gateway
Telephone
IP
Network
Gateway
PSTN
Telephone
Possible destinations for grads
of Telecom option
Advantech
Alcatel
Bell Canada
all Cable Companies
Cisco
Dialogic Corporation
Ericsson Canada
Motorola
Nortel Networks
Rogers Communications
Telus Corporation
Ultra Electronics
Videotron
Electronics/VLSI Option
• Analysis and design of electronics systems using discrete
elements, integrated circuits, including “Very-Large-Scale
Integration” (VLSI)
• Includes digital systems such as computer hardware as well as
analog systems such as a radio receiver.
• Engineers make system level design choices, design
schematics and layouts.
• Traditional area of Electrical Eng, which contributes to many
application areas
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Computer hardware
Wireless communication (Cell phones/smart phones)
Consumer electronics (DVD/Audio)
Aviation systems
Medical imaging
Automotive systems
Electronics/VLSI Option
• Option consists of the Electrical Engineering Core plus:
• Electronics II
• Digital Electronics
• VLSI Design I
• 18.5 credits of free electives:
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Digital System Design II
Solid State Devices
Introduction to Analog VLSI
Design of Integrated Circuit Components
VLSI Process Technology
Optical Devices for High-Speed Communications
Power Electronics
Modern Analog Filter Design
Digital Signal Processing
Layout example
10 sub-VCOs
45 µm
Buffer
40 µm
Control Shift Reg.
Dividers and
buffers
Test chip examples
1mm
1mm
Possible destinations for grads
of Electronics/VLSI option
Agilent
Technologies
ALCATEL
Altera
AMD
ANRAD
Bombardier
CAE Inc.
Ciena
Cisco
CMC Electronics
Comdev
Dalsa
EMS Technologies
Gennum
IBM
IDT
LSI Logic
Matrox
Motorola
Nortel Networks
PMC Sierra
ST Microelectronics
Power and Renewable Energy Option
POWER ELECTRONICS
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
CONTROLLED ELECTRIC DRIVES
LINEAR SYSTEMS
Power Option
• Option consists of the Electrical Engineering Core plus:
• Power Electronics
• Renewable Energy Systems
• Controlled Electric Drives
• Linear Systems
• 16.5 credits of free electives:
• Electrical Power Equipment
• Electrical Power Systems
• Control of Electrical Power Conversion Systems
• Behaviour of Power Systems
• Electromechanical Energy Conversion Systems
Power Institute
Partners
 Hydro Quebec
 Concordia University
 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
 ETS
 Laval University
 McGill University
 Sherbrooke University
Motivation for Renewable Energy Education
3%
4%
2%
24%
67%
Residential
Commercial
Industrial
Transportation
Electric Pow er
Breakdown of N. America Oil Usage By
Sector, 2010
Renewable Energy and Advanced Transportation
Vehicle
EV Supply
Equipment
(Power Electronics)
Wiring in
garage or
carport
Electrical
service
Renewable Energy and Advanced Transportation
Renewable Energy and Advanced Transportation
Montreal Bus Route
139 Pie-IX
Motor Drives
Renewable Energy and Advanced Transportation
Electric Bike
(E-Bike)
Motor Drives
Renewable Energy and Power Electronics
Solar-Battery Hybrid Rowboat
Atlantic Rowing Challenge
Job Placements for Our Graduates
Bombardier Aerospace
Bombardier Transportation
CAE Inc.
Canadian Space Agency
TM4
Transport Canada
Infolytica Corp.
Chrysler Canada
Honeywell
Hydro-Québec
Pratt and Whitney Canada
SNC-Lavalin
ST Microelectronics
Natural Resources Canada
Electrovaya
Avionics and Control Option
• Avionics systems are highly interconnected complex systems
requiring specialized expertise
• High demand in Montreal’s aerospace industry for engineers
having a systems perspective of an aircraft
– Mechanical systems being replaced with Electrical/Computer
systems
• Concordia’s recognized leadership in flight control, avionics and
aerospace in terms of teaching and research (first university in
Montreal to have a flight simulator, first university in Canada to
have an Institute for Aerospace Innovation - CIADI - placing
undergraduate students in industrial stages)
• Includes Flight Control System, Reliability, safety and
maintainability, Integration, validation and verification of the
requirements
Avionics and Control Option
• Option consists of the Electrical Engineering Core plus:
• Flight Control Systems
• Avionic Navigation Systems
• Real-time Computer Control Systems
• Standards, Regulations and Certifications
• Integration of Avionic Systems
• 14.0 credits of free electives
Flight Simulation
Beechcraft 200
Simulator
Courtesy of
Mechtronix
Possible destinations for grads
of Avionics and Control option
Canadian Space Agency
Bell Holicopter Textron
Bombardier
CAE Inc.
CMC Electronics/Esterline
CS Canada Communication & System
Dassault Systems
Heroux-Devtek
L-3 MAS
Mannarino Systems and Software
Marinvent Corporation
MDA Corporation
Pratt & Whitney Canada
Rockwell Collins
Thales Avionics
No Option selection
• Option consists of the Electrical Engineering Core plus 30
credits from Electrical Engineering Elective list, from the topics
of:
• Communications and Signal Processing
• Computer Systems
• Electronics/VLSI
• Power
• Control Systems and Avionics
• Waves and Electromagnetics

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