Courses

Mandatory, non-credit courses:

ELEC 590: SEMINAR
ELEC 595: MS THESIS
ELEC 591: MASTER WITH NON-THESIS TERM PROJECT
ELEC 695: PhD THESIS
ENGL 500: ACADEMIC WRITING
TEAC 500: TEACHING EXPERIENCE
ETHR 500: SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS AND RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION ETHICS
KOLT 500: GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT TRAINING

 

M.Sc. and Ph.D. level elective courses:

ELEC 501: RANDOM PROCESSES
ELEC 504: DIGITAL SPEECH AND AUDIO PROCESSING
ELEC 505: LINEAR SYSTEM THEORY
ELEC 506: DIGITAL IMAGE AND VIDEO PROCESSING
ELEC 508: COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
ELEC 510: INFORMATION THEORY
ELEC 511: DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
ELEC 512: ADVANCED DIGITAL PROCESSING
ELEC 514: WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
ELEC 517: VLSI AND DIGITAL DESIGN
ELEC 518: NUMERICAL MODELING SIMULATION
ELEC 521: PHOTONICS AND LASERS
ELEC 522: INTRODUCTION TO MEMS AND MOEMS
ELEC 523: OPTICAL INFORMATION PROCESSING
ELEC 524: OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATIONS
ELEC 525: PHOTONIC MATERIALS AND DEVICES
ELEC 527: ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION
ELEC 528: WIRELESS NETWORKS
ELEC 529: FUNDAMENTALS OF OPTICS
ELEC 530: DETECTION AND ESTIMATION THEORY
ELEC 531: ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING
ELEC 532: MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS
ELEC 533: QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
ELEC 535: OPTOELECTRONICS
ELEC 536: BIOELECTRONICS
ELEC 537: BIOMEDICAL OPTICS
ELEC 538: INTEGRATED PHOTONIC STRUCTURES
ELEC 539: SENSORS
ELEC 540: ADVANCED SENSORS
ELEC 541: MACHINE LEARNING
ELEC 562: MICRO AND NANOFABRICATION
DASC 521: INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE LEARNING
COMP 506: DIGITAL IMAGE AND VIDEO PROCESSING
COMP 528: WIRELESS NETWORKS

Further elective courses may be taken with the advisor’s approval.

ELEC 590 Seminar Guidelines

Dear ELEC grad students,

All ELEC grad students (including PhD students) have to fulfill the requirements of the ELEC 590 Seminar course before graduation.

Every MS or PhD student must take the ELEC 590 Seminar course once to get S as grade.

You are recommended to fulfill the requirements of the course by the end of the first year (for MS students) and by the end of the second year (for PhD students).

A grad student must attend at least 7 seminars to get S as grade from this course in a given semester. The seminars attended should have taken place within the same semester.

For each seminar you attend, have a sheet of paper (containing information on seminar title, presenter’s name, location, date and time, i.e., a printout of the seminar announcement) signed by the faculty host of the seminar or any EE faculty member attending the seminar.

The seminars to attend are not pre-arranged, or forced upon you. You may attend any seminar of your choice, as long as your advisor approves (the seminar can even be held at another institution or another related department). Please note that UNIV 101 seminars, keynotes/tutorials at scientific conferences and PhD defenses can be considered.

One suggested source for keeping up with seminars is the event list: http://events.ku.edu.tr/

At the end of the semester, please submit at least seven (7) signatures to GSSE Office to receive an S grade.

Good luck,

ELEC Graduate Program Coordinator