Application of thermodynamics to describe phase stability, crystal imperfections, solubility, oxidation, surface, and interface energy and transformations. Techniques used in the design of monolithic integrated circuits for RF applications. CHEN 5440 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENGINEERING (3) LEC. 3. 3. Digital signatures and watermarks. AERO 6410/6416 AEROACOUSTICS (3) LEC. MECH 6820/6826 INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMAL SYSTEMS (3) LEC. Occupational safety research methodology and research priorities. Often times, schools in this range are trying to increase their selectivity and “prestige”. Laboratory on the use of electron microscopy for materials characterization. Student life is also active with 500 clubs and organizations. 2. CIVL 6580/6586 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (3) LEC. Basic concepts of distributed systems. Stress and strain analysis, plane stress and plane strain concepts, generalized Hooke's law, stress function approach applications to 2-D problems, axisymmetric problems bending of curved members, torsion of prismatic members, stress concentration problems. Pr. 3. CHEN 3660 and CHEN 3820 and P/C CHEN 3700 and CHEN 3650 and P/C CHEN 4170. Departmental approval. ELEC 7310/7316 ADVANCED ELECTRODYNAMICS I (3) LEC. 3. 3. Pr. Lambda calculus as a formalism for specification. Parallelizing compiler, theory of concurrency, advanced parallel algorithms, load balancing, migration, performance evaluation, distributed architectures. MATL 2100 INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE (3) LEC. CIVL 3610. Departmental approval. CPSC 3713 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING II (3) DSL. Fundamental concepts of Monte Carlo and discrete event simulation and the application of those concepts using commercial simulation software. LAB. 3. The university fields eight men's and 11 women's Division I teams. Honors College. Or departmental approval. Current theoretical and applied research issues in software engineering. 2. CIVL 2010. 3. Free, forced and damped vibration of single and multiple degree-of-freedom systems. BSEN 4300 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING (2) LEC. Pr. Pr. CIVL 7410/7416 TEMPORARY STRUCTURES AND FACILITIES (3) LEC. INSY 7470/7476 SEARCH METHODS FOR OPTIMIZATION (3) LEC. Amplifier modeling. CIVL 5420 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCHEDULING AND CONTROL (3) LEC. Students already enrolled in Civil Engineering should take ENGR 2200. 45. (MATH 1620 or MATH 1623 or MATH 1627) and (PHYS 1600 or PHYS 1607). Departmental approval. INSY 4960 SPECIAL PROBLEMS (1-5) IND. MATL 3100. 45. Acceptance into the BET minor program. The basic of design, analysis and performance limits of wireless communication systems. Geospatial technologies including GPS, GIS, and remote sensing systems applied to biosystems. INSY 3700. Departmental approval. Pr. 3. Investigation of current state-of-the-art technologies in aerospace engineering. Pr. Pr. This makes Auburn Extremely Competitive for GPAs. Pr. 3. Pr. Course may be repeated with change in topics. The fundamental elements of traffic engineering including traffic operations and traffic control devices. Pr. May be repeated for credit. AERO 4140 or Departmental approval. Examples will include LCA applications to engineered biological systems and other engineering processes and products. Pr. 1. MECH 3040. Analytical solutions of nonlinear problems, ODEs, PDEs, multiple scales, and transcendental equations in engineering, mathematics, and physics using both regular and singular perturbation methods. 3. AERO 3220. COMP 6520/6526 NETWORK AND OPERATING SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION (3) LEC. Earning a B is a demonstration of good academic performance so, by definition, a 3.0 GPA reflects satisfactory results in the classroom. Principles of space policy applied to both the unmanned and manned space flight programs. 3. ENGR 2700 NUCLEAR POWER OPERATIONS, SYSTEM AND CAREERS (1) LEC. CHEN 4930 DIRECTED STUDIES (1) LEC. AERO 7660/7666 AEROLASTICITY (3) LEC. 3. 2. Faculty supervision of individual student investigations of advanced specialized problems in biosystems engineering at the graduate level. ELEC 4020 CAPSTONE DESIGN II (3) LEC. Pr. 3. Formulation, solution, interpretation, and implementation of mathematical models in operations research including linear programming, integer programming and network flows. CPSC 3333. CGPA To Percentage Calculator For Engineering Anna University. Acoustic plane waves, architectural acoustics and noise control will be emphasized. LAB. An introductory course on the technology of pulp and paper manufacturing with emphasis on raw materials, pulping, bleaching, paper making, coating and environmental control. Principles of optimization; Pontryagin's principle; Linear quadratic regulator; Observers, state estimation, LQG problem. CIVL 3610. AERO 5110 MISSILE AERODYNAMICS (3) LEC. Study of the major techniques for the physical characterization of polymers. Pr. 3. Studies of the installation, configuration and management of traditional, distributed and networked system software. P/C INSY 3700. PFEN 4997 HONORS THESIS (1-3) IND. COMP 8600 ADVANCED TOPICS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (3) LEC. Special perturbation techniques: N-body perturbations; general and restricted three-body problems; preliminary orbit determination; C-W equations, targeting and rendezvous; constellation design; mission planning. MECH 7630/7636 MECHANICAL IMPACT (3) LEC. Biological and chemical scientific concepts related to biological and chemical threat agents. 3. Pr. 3. Credit hours to be arranged. 3. Introduction to RF semiconductor devices and circuits targeted for wireless applications. 3. This admissions data tells us that most of Auburn's admitted students fall within the top 35% nationally on the SAT. Nature, sources and effects of air pollutants; effects of atmospheric conditions on dispersion; dispersion modeling theory and design of control devices; legal/administrative control. 3. ROTC courses cannot be substituted for university core courses or courses required by the major except as specified in the curriculum model. ELEC 3600. CIVL 3510. CIVL 4600. 3. Theoretical and applied issues related to the analysis, design, and implementation of relational database systems. Departmental approval. 3. CIVL 3410. ELEC 5130 RF DEVICES AND CIRCUITS (3) LEC. Pr. CIVL 7220 or CIVL 7226. Power unit fundamentals with emphasis on diesel and small gasoline engines; mechanics of operation, safety, use, and adjustment of machines used for horticultural and agronomic crop production; and precision agriculturr principles and technology. CIVL 7270/7276 ADVANCED NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SOLVING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING PROBLEMS (3) LEC. 2. 3. Water uses and water quality goals, objectives, and criteria of natural aquatic systems. MECH 7230/7236 THERMAL RADIATION (3) LEC. May count either CIVL 5460 or CIVL 6460. Laboratory exploration of the fundamentals and applications of aquatic chemistry, physical-chemical processes and biological processes, as employed in water and wastewater treatment. Departmental approval. 3. CHEN 4170 DIGITAL PROCESS CONTROL (3) LEC. AERO 6756 LEGAL ASPECTS OF ENGINEERING PRACTICE (3) LEC. 3. Topics include the NRC’s regulatory processes, operator licensing, reactor design certifications, reactor licensing, reactor oversight, enforcement, reactor modes of operation, plant refueling, spent fuel storage, and plant decommissioning. Pr. Credit for the major will not be given to CSCI and SWEN, and WIRS majors. Adaptive search methods inspired by nature for continuous and combinatorial optimization. ELEC 7630/7636 ADVANCED ELECTRIC MACHINES (3) LEC. AERO 5620 DYNAMIC SIMULATION (3) LEC. 3. Linear and nonlinear optical properties, correlation with material-structure, electro-optic effects, lasers, frequency conversion, fiber-optics, technological applications. CIVL 4500 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS (3) LEC. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. COMP 6970/6976 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3) LEC. Departmental approval. Suitable for those that require general coverage of advanced theory but whose primary research interest may lie elsewhere. Departmental approval. MECH 3040. Electromagnetic wave propagation in infinite and bounded media. Experiments in microelectronic technologies. BSEN 4980 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (2-4) IND. CIVL 3310. ELEC 5340 MICROWAVE AND RF ENGINEERING (3) LEC. Basic concepts, fabrication and operation of micro machined semiconductor, piezoelectric, piezoresistive, capacitive and fiber-optic sensors. 3. Molecular and cellular microstructural influence over the viscoelastic deformation of the skeletal tissues of bone muscle, ligament, tendon and cartilage; mechanics of failure and biomechanical injury mechanisms; consideration of the physiological processes of adaptive remodeling and healing of tissues; recent developments in orthopedic implant materials. Principles of stress and strain; stress-strain relationships; uniaxially loaded members; torsion; bending; beam shear; shear, moment and thrust diagrams; transformed sections; column buckling. COMP 1200. PHYS 1610 or PHYS 1617. 3. Average Weekly Study Hours: 22. ELEC 3810 and MATH 2650. Pr. Real-time operating systems and application programming. 2. CHEN 7200 or CHEN 7206. ELEC 7730/7736 ADVANCED PLASMA PROCESSING FOR MICROELECTRONIC FABRICATION (3) LEC. Continuation of MECH 4240. CIVL 3110 and CIVL 3230. Credit will not be given for both INSY 5550 and INSY 6550. (MATH 1130 or MATH 1133) and (PHYS 1000 or PHYS 1007). CHEN 3620 and (CHEN 3650 or CHEN 3653). 3. CIVL 6670. Departmental approval. Calculus, physics and foreign languages are recommended but not required. Specific prerequisites will be announced for each course offering. 3. 3. AERO 7220/7226 SPACECRAFT ATTITUDE DYNAMICS AND CONTROL (3) LEC. 3. Pr. LAB. 3. AERO 4620. (CHEM 2080 or CHEM 2087) and CHEN 3370. Pr. Pr. 2. Reliability-based methods of structural analysis including review of probability and statistics, reliability analysis methods, development of design codes, load and resistance models, system reliability, and practical applications. PFEN 7910 POLYMER RHEOLOGY (3) LEC. Cloud concepts and issues including architecture, service models, security, and implementation. COMP 6340/6346 NETWORK QUALITY ASSURANCE AND SIMULATION (3) LEC. ELEC 3030 RF SYSTEMS LAB (1) LAB. Study of polymers used in the body for the purposes of aiding healing, correcting abnormalities, and restoring lost function. Special topics of a graduate nature pertinent to Industrial and Systems Engineering. Design and development of wireless application layer software, including current protocols. To earn the bachelor’s degree in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, students must complete the subjects in the curriculum, have a minimum grade-point average of 2.0 in all work attempted at Auburn University and have a cumulative grade-point average of 2.0 on courses passed in the major at Auburn. CIVL 3410 and CIVL 3310 and CIVL 3510. 3. CIVL 3230 and CIVL 3110. ENGR 3710 or ENGR 3720. CHEN 5120 SURFACE AND COLLOID SCIENCE (3) LEC. Design of digital circuits and systems for reduced power consumption, power analysis algorithms, low-power MOS technologies, low-power design architectures for FPGAs, memory, and microprocessors, reduction of power in testing of circuits. Departmental approval. CPSC 3333. Theory and application of adaptive control systems. 3. PFEN 3400 FUNDAMENTALS OF COLORATION (4) LEC. Pr. Topic must be arranged with instructor during pre-registration. On the athletic front, the Auburn Tigers compete in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference. Departmental approval. In-depth study of advanced topics in algorithms. Or with the consent of the instructor. Various topics representing state-of-the-art power technology. 3. Pr. Pr. ENGR 3520 INTEGRATING BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING THEORY WITH PRACTICE (3) LEC. CIVL 5500 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING ANALYSIS (3) LEC. LAB. Fundamentals of formal languages including mathematical models of regular sets, context-free languages and Turing machines; deterministic and non-deterministic models. Pr. 1. COMP 5620 USER INTERFACE DESIGN AND EVALUATION (3) LEC. To develop an understanding of engineering principles applied to growing, cultivating, and producing algal biomass for a number of applications, study into the biology, physiology, and ecology of algae and similar species will be a major part of the course. Admission into Bachelor of Computer Science Program. COMP 5650/5653 DEEP LEARNING (3) LEC. This course provides an overview of stream geomorphology as it relates to natural stream physical processes. CHEN 3AA0 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROGRESS ASSESSMENT II (0) LAB. 3. 3. 3. CIVL 3310 and CIVL 4600. COMP 8930/8936 DIRECTED STUDY (1-3) IND. Introduction to Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), the study of the materials and microfabrication processes used to fabricate MEMS devices, the principles of operation of MEMS devices, and an introduction to the different application areas of MEMS devices. 2. Selecting and sizing components include wiring conductors, safety devices, motors, other loads. COMP 1200 or COMP 1210 or COMP 1217. Theory and techniques for considering contact between solid bodies and the effect on friction, wear, the design of machine components, and other surface interactions. P/C BIOL 1030 or P/C CHEM 2070. Application of creativity and critical thinking principles to effectively approach solving engineering problems. 3. ELEC 5240 NEURAL NETWORKS (3) LEC. MATL 4930 DIRECTED STUDIES (1-6) IND. COMP 7500 or COMP 7506. STEVE DUKE, Associate Dean Course may be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit hours. P/C MATH 1610 or P/C MATH 1613 or P/C MATH 1617. Departmental approval. Introduction to fuzzy systems and neural networks with emphasis on their uses in engineering applications in clustering, modeling, optimization, control, forecasting, and classification. AERO 4510. 3. MECH 6610 or MECH 6616. 2. May count either INSY 7730 or INSY 7736. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 5 credit hours. AERO 7130/7136 DYNAMICS OF VISCOUS FLUIDS II (3) LEC. ELEC 5700 or ELEC 6700 or ELEC 6706. 3. MECH 3040 HEAT TRANSFER (3) LEC. MECH 2130 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STATICS (3) LEC. Advanced concepts, techniques, and applications of data mining with an algorithmic and computational focus, including data visualization, data warehousing, data cube computation, pattern and rule mining, classification, belief networks, clustering, outlier detection, graph matching, and parallel and distributed computation. Auburn Industrial Engineering Master’s Program. Approval by the instructor (e.g., undergraduate hydraulics). Evaluation of causes of distress; condition; repair materials; methods of repair; protection methods; and structural strengthening in structural concrete applications. CIVL 7970/7976 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (1-3) LEC. MATL 6400/6406 PHYSICS OF SOLIDS (3) LEC. Pr. Individual senior design project requiring the development of plans for a roadway over a large land segment: horizontal and vertical curves in accord with State and AASHTO standards; topographic terrain features; historical preservation area; minimum elevation; intersection design; earthwork balance. PFEN 3100. Software projects will be assigned. Development of modular digital simulations including vehicle models for aerodynamics and propulsion, control, guidance subsystems. CIVL 3310. Solving problems in biosystems engineering and related fields by modeling data with probability distributions, spatial statistics, autoregressive models, Monte-Carlo simulation, and reliability methods. Pr. May be taken more than one semester. SU. PFEN 4500. CHEN 3620 and CHEN 3700 and P/C CHEN 4450. Predicate logic. Soil behavior during dynamic loads, wave propagation, dynamically loaded foundations, geotechnical earthquake engineering. 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