Specialization in System and Hardware
Course Description: Engineering's field of robotics deals with the creation, design, production, and use of robots. The goal of the field of robotics is to develop smart machines that can help people in a variety of ways. This course cover multiple science, linear math and technology disciplines including machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science, design and engineering.
Course Description: This course presents fundamental ideas and methods for connecting a microcontroller to outside hardware for data collecting and process control, as well as for creating the necessary software. This will involve translating analog variables into the necessary digital form for processing. Students who are interested in data acquisition and real-time control systems should take this course. They will learn how to design and build a simple control system that incorporates input and output from external devices as well as a simple control system for stepper and DC motors.
Course Description: This course will provide a hands-on introduction to the elements and traits of computer interfaces. It will include a detailed examination of several programmable interface ICs, sensor calibration using hardware and software, some processing devices that can connect a computer to the outside world, and a few output devices.
Course Description: Information in digital form can be stored, processed, and transmitted via digital systems. They are used in many different applications, such as consumer goods, communication systems, digital instrumentation, and process control. The focus of the course is building digital systems from scratch. The emphasis of the course is on creating combinational and sequential building blocks that can be used to create larger digital systems. In this course, students will also learn how to design and model digital systems using Verilog.
Course Content: Design using MSI and LSI components; Design of memory subsystem using SRAM and DRAM; Design of various components of a compute; ALU, memory and control unit- hardwired and micro programmed, Microprocessor based designs. Computer bus standards. Design using special purpose controllers.
Course Description: The term "Very Large Scale Integration" (VLSI) design refers to the process of assembling a single chip from millions of metal oxide silicon (MOS) transistors to produce integrated circuits (ICs). The design, integration, and production of semiconductor devices and circuits are covered in the course, along with related ideas and practical techniques. The course covers core design ideas and hands-on fabrication simulations for integrated circuits using silicon technology that may also be applied to other materials.
Course Description: The students will gain a thorough understanding of semiconductor processing for integrated circuits and other junction devices through this course, covering testing and evaluation, ideas of yield, lab safety, assembly, and packaging.
Course Description: A real time embedded system is subject to important temporal constraints. These systems are made to react quickly to events in the actual world. Understanding how processing time is spent and what a designer can do to create real-time processing systems using multiprocessors, accelerators, custom instructions, and specialized hardware are the main objectives of this course.
Course Description: Overview of digital investigation and digital evidence, Data Acquisition of physical storage devices, File System Analysis & file recovery, File carving & document analysis, Information hiding & steganography, Time, registry & password recovery, Email & database forensics, Memory acquisition.
Course Description: Using simulation and modeling, real-world issues can be safely and effectively solved. It offers an essential analytical technique that is simple to verify, explain, and comprehend. Through providing precise insights into complex systems, simulation modeling offers beneficial solutions across sectors and disciplines. It is widely utilized in a variety of fields, including engineering, manufacturing, the social and physical sciences, and product creation. The course provides an introduction to techniques for physical process simulation and modeling for use in control applications.
Course Description: The students' ability to solve problems effectively and safely in the actual world will be helped by this course. It will offer a crucial analytical approach that is simple to verify, explain, and comprehend.