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NYU TANDON ONLINE MS IN
COMPUTER AND
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Tuesday, July 26, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Presenters
Professor Peter V...
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PRESENTERS
Professor Peter Voltz
Associate Professor
Luke Modzier
Student Services
Counse...
NYU BY THE NUMBERS
• NYU is the largest private
university in the United
States
• Second oldest engineering
school in the ...
NYU BY THE NUMBERS
Abu Dhabi
Nanjing
Guangzhou
Tel Aviv
NYC Metro Area
Berlin
Buenos Aires
Florence
Ghana
London
Madrid
Pa...
NYU BY THE NUMBERS
4
salary potential
in the Nation,
according to Forbes#
10
innovative IT
Schools
according to Computerwo...
RESEARCH CENTERS OF
EXCELLENCE
•Applied Dynamics and Optimization Lab
•Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) La...
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ACCREDITATION
• Graduate and Undergraduate
– New York State Education Department
– Middle...
ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM
What is NYU Tandon
Online?
NYU Tandon Online is the official
Online Learning Unit of NYU Tandon
Sc...
ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM
Highly Ranked
Student
Services and
Technology
#3
Student
Engagement &
Accreditation
#4
Top Online
...
ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM
Highly Ranked
2012
Outstanding
Cyber Security Online
Program Award
2015
Ralph E. Gomory
Award for ...
HOW IT WORKS
Students attend online courses on
NYUClasses
• Assignments
• Videos and audio
• Quizzes and exams
• Discussio...
HOW IT WORKS
HOW IT WORKS
HOW IT WORKS
HOW IT WORKS
Course-Management System and Webcasting
• Secured access to NYU Classes, the school’s virtual course
manageme...
COMPUTER/ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE
ABOUT OUR COMPUTER AND
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
MASTER’S DEGREES
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
• Electrical engineers assume a principal role in implementing
industrial infrastructure, from vast...
FIELDS OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
• Very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits
• Networking/Telecommunications
• Signal Pr...
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
• Computer engineering makes it possible for us to
telecommute from home, check our e-mail on the go,...
FIELDS OF COMPUTER
ENGINEERING
• Digital Logic
• Algorithms and data structures
• Computer architecture
• Embedded systems...
MAJOR EMPLOYERS OF
RECENT GRADS
• Amazon
• AT&T
• BNY Mellon
• Cisco
• ConEd
• Electric Boat
• Honeywell
• Intel
• JP Morg...
COMPUTER/ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE
MASTER’S PROGRAMS
MS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
• 30 credits
• Must take >= 2 core courses (6 credits) (chosen from 5)
– EL-GY 6113 Signals and ...
MS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CONCENTRATION AREAS
• Communications, Networking and Signal
Processing
• Computer Engineering an...
EL 6113 DIGITAL SIGNAL
PROCESSING I
• Discrete time systems
• Z - transform
• Implementation of Digital Systems and Freque...
EL 6303 PROBABILITY AND
STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
• Continuous and discrete random variables and their joint probability distri...
EL 6403 FUNDAMENTALS OF
ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
DESIGN
• Integrated systems. Active and passive devices in integrated sy...
EL 6713 ELECTROMAGNETIC
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
• Vector Analysis, Divergence Theorem & Stokes’ Theorem
• Coulumb’s Law, G...
MS COMPUTER ENGINEERING
• 30 credits (10 courses)
• Must take >=2 core courses (6 credits) (Chosen from 4)
– CS-GY 6133 Co...
CS 6133 COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS I
• Digital Computer
– Computing Machinery And Intelligence
– The First Draft Report on the ...
CS 6133 COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS I (CONTINUED)
• Digital Electronics (Continued)
– Sequential Logic
• Latches and Flip-Flops
...
CS 6133 COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS I (CONTINUED)
• CPU (Continued)
– Hardware Architecture - Pipelined CPU
• Data and Control P...
CS 6473 INTRO TO VLSI DESIGN
• MOSFET digital logic and circuit design
– MOSFET characteristics
– CMOS inverter
– Complex ...
CS 6473 INTRO TO VLSI DESIGN
(CONTINUED)
• Physical Design
• VLSI system design
– General system components and system des...
CS 6463 ADVANCE HARDWARE
DESIGN
• This course shows how a hardware-description language
(for example, VHDL) can be used fo...
TUITION
Graduate tuition, per credit $ 1,646
Registration and service fee, per credit $ 85
Estimated cost of one course, 3...
SOCIETY CO-SPONSORS
Tuition Scholarships
Society Member Benefits
engineering.nyu.edu/enterprise-learning/society-co-sponso...
APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY
• Bachelor’s degree from accredited school
• Greater than 3.0 GPA in undergraduate school
• Prefer...
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
• Application Form
• $75 Fee
• Resume
• Personal Statement
• Transcripts
• Two Letters of Recomme...
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
• Application Form
• $75 Fee
• Resume
• Personal Statement
Required to Submit Your Application
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
• Transcripts
• GRE or GMAT Scores
(NYU School Code 2668)
• Two Letters of
Recommendation
• Engli...
APPLICATION DEADLINES
Fall 2016 Spring 2017*
Full-Time Applicants
(9+ Credits per semester)
Passed September 1, 2016
Part-...
NYU TANDON ONLINE
FUTURE WEBINARS
• Industrial Engineering
• Thu, Jul 28 at 2:00 PM
• Management of Technology
• Tue, Sep ...
NYU TANDON ONLINE
CONTACT INFORMATION
Luke Modzier
Student Services Counselor
luke.modzier@nyu.edu
(646) 997-3071
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July 26 Webcast for the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering MS at NYU Tandon Online

  1. 1. NYU TANDON ONLINE MS IN COMPUTER AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tuesday, July 26, 2:00pm – 3:00pm Presenters Professor Peter Voltz, Associate Professor Luke Modzier, Student Services Counselor
  2. 2. Click to edit Master text styles PRESENTERS Professor Peter Voltz Associate Professor Luke Modzier Student Services Counselor
  3. 3. NYU BY THE NUMBERS • NYU is the largest private university in the United States • Second oldest engineering school in the US • 18 schools, colleges, and divisions in NYC 25countries 108incubator companies 1831Founding
  4. 4. NYU BY THE NUMBERS Abu Dhabi Nanjing Guangzhou Tel Aviv NYC Metro Area Berlin Buenos Aires Florence Ghana London Madrid Paris Prague Shanghai
  5. 5. NYU BY THE NUMBERS 4 salary potential in the Nation, according to Forbes# 10 innovative IT Schools according to Computerworld# • We have students from 93 countries • Undergraduate Students – 2,344 • Graduate Students – 2,868
  6. 6. RESEARCH CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE •Applied Dynamics and Optimization Lab •Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) Lab •Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Security and Privacy (CRISSP) •High-speed Networking Lab •NYU Wireless •Center for Advanced Technology in Telecom (CATT) •Control & Telecommunications Research Lab •CITE Game Innovation Lab •Experimental Media Center •NYC Media Lab
  7. 7. Click to edit Master text styles ACCREDITATION • Graduate and Undergraduate – New York State Education Department – Middle States Association • Undergraduate Engineering – Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) • Undergraduate Computer Science – Computer Science Accreditation Board (CSAB)
  8. 8. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM What is NYU Tandon Online? NYU Tandon Online is the official Online Learning Unit of NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Allowing students to study Technology, Science, Management, and Engineering anytime and anywhere. Eliminates Barriers
  9. 9. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM Highly Ranked Student Services and Technology #3 Student Engagement & Accreditation #4 Top Online Graduate Engineering School
  10. 10. ONLINE GRADUATE PROGRAM Highly Ranked 2012 Outstanding Cyber Security Online Program Award 2015 Ralph E. Gomory Award for High-Quality Online Education 2014 2014 Best Online Master’s In Engineering Program Most Technologically Savvy Online School
  11. 11. HOW IT WORKS Students attend online courses on NYUClasses • Assignments • Videos and audio • Quizzes and exams • Discussion boards Webinar • Virtual classroom • Live Streamed Courses Class specific software
  12. 12. HOW IT WORKS
  13. 13. HOW IT WORKS
  14. 14. HOW IT WORKS
  15. 15. HOW IT WORKS Course-Management System and Webcasting • Secured access to NYU Classes, the school’s virtual course management system and webcasting Online Resources • Online Resources • Digital library • Tutor Database • Career Management Portal • Grades, transcript, other data • Announcements • Class, enrollment, exam schedule • Calendar and E-Mail • Faculty directory
  16. 16. COMPUTER/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE ABOUT OUR COMPUTER AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREES
  17. 17. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING • Electrical engineers assume a principal role in implementing industrial infrastructure, from vast complexes to intricate applications on hand-held devices • The online Master of Science program in Electrical Engineering prepares students to embrace an advanced, highly sought-after professional career • It also gives them critical knowledge necessary to pursue a PhD in electrical engineering • Students explore key subdisciplines in control, signal processing and computing to achieve a thorough command of the field.
  18. 18. FIELDS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING • Very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits • Networking/Telecommunications • Signal Processing • Image Processing • Medical Devices • Robotics • Power Systems • Electromagnetics • Nanotechnology • Embedded systems • …
  19. 19. COMPUTER ENGINEERING • Computer engineering makes it possible for us to telecommute from home, check our e-mail on the go, and videoconference with clients from around the world • But laptops and information networks aren’t the only products computer engineers develop; they reconstruct genomes, design robots, and conceive software to make businesses more efficient.
  20. 20. FIELDS OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING • Digital Logic • Algorithms and data structures • Computer architecture • Embedded systems • Very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits • Cyber security • Parallel, and distributed computing • Software Engineering • Networking/communications • Computer games/digital media • Computer vision/graphics • Signal Processing • Informatics • Robotics • Nanotechnology
  21. 21. MAJOR EMPLOYERS OF RECENT GRADS • Amazon • AT&T • BNY Mellon • Cisco • ConEd • Electric Boat • Honeywell • Intel • JP Morgan Chase • Marvell • NYC Transit • PSEG • PwC • Qualcomm • . . . .
  22. 22. COMPUTER/ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE MASTER’S PROGRAMS
  23. 23. MS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING • 30 credits • Must take >= 2 core courses (6 credits) (chosen from 5) – EL-GY 6113 Signals and systems – EL-GY 6253 Linear systems – EL-GY 6303 Probability and stochastic processes – EL-GY 6403 Analog integrated circuit design – EL-GY 6713 Electromagnetic theory and applications • Must take >=24 EL credits • Must have GPA >=3.0 among all courses, and among the two core courses • Thesis (6 credits)/projects (3 credits) optional but recommended
  24. 24. MS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CONCENTRATION AREAS • Communications, Networking and Signal Processing • Computer Engineering and VLSI • Energy systems and power electronics • Electromagnetics and analog/RF/Biomedical circuits • Systems, control, and robotics
  25. 25. EL 6113 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING I • Discrete time systems • Z - transform • Implementation of Digital Systems and Frequency Response • Magnitude Characteristics of LTI systems • Minimum Phase Systems • Fourier Series and Orthogonal Functions • The Sampling Theorem • The Discrete Time Fourier Transform • The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) • FIR Filter Design • IIR Filter Design • Least Squares in DSP
  26. 26. EL 6303 PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES • Continuous and discrete random variables and their joint probability distribution and density functions • Functions of one random variable and their distributions • Independent random variables and conditional distributions; One function of one and two random variables • Two functions of two random variables and their joint density functions; Jointly distributed discrete random variables and their functions • Characteristic functions and higher order moments; Covariance, correlation, orthogonality; Jointly Gaussian random variables • Linear functions of Gaussian random variables and their joint density functions. • Stochastic processes and the concept of Stationarity; Strict sense stationary (SSS) and wide sense stationary (WSS) processes • Auto correlation function and its properties; Poisson processes and Wiener processes • Stochastic inputs to linear time-invariant (LTI) systems and their input-output autocorrelations; Input-output power spectrum for linear systems with stochastic inputs; • Minimum mean square error estimation (MMSE) and orthogonality principle; Auto regressive moving average (ARMA) processes and their power spectra.
  27. 27. EL 6403 FUNDAMENTALS OF ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN • Integrated systems. Active and passive devices in integrated systems • Single-stage amplifiers • Differential amplifiers • Passive and active current mirrors • Frequency response • Feedback systems • Noise • Operational amplifiers • Bandgap references • Analog layout, packaging and fabrication design rules • Analog systems - overview
  28. 28. EL 6713 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY AND APPLICATIONS • Vector Analysis, Divergence Theorem & Stokes’ Theorem • Coulumb’s Law, Gauss’s Law & Curl Free Static Electric Field • Biot-Savart Law, Ampere’s Law & Divergence Free Static Magnetic field • Electric and magnetic Materials; Boundary Conditions • Potentials, Energy, Laplace and Poisson’s Equations • Capacitor, Conductor & Inductor • Time Varying Fields and Maxwell’s Equation • Useful general theorems and concepts • Uniform Plane Wave • Reflection & Refraction • Transmission Line • Waveguides and Cavity • Antenna and Radiation
  29. 29. MS COMPUTER ENGINEERING • 30 credits (10 courses) • Must take >=2 core courses (6 credits) (Chosen from 4) – CS-GY 6133 Computer Architecture I – EL-GY 6463 Advanced Hardware Design – EL-GY 6473 Intro to VLSI design – EL-GY 6513 Fundamentals of Solid-State Electronic Devices – EL-GY 6523 Nanoelectronic devices • >=24 credits from EL/CS courses, >=15 credits from EL courses • 1 project (3 credits) required • Must have GPA >=3.0 among all courses, and among the two core courses
  30. 30. CS 6133 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I • Digital Computer – Computing Machinery And Intelligence – The First Draft Report on the EDVAC • Digital Electronics – Managing Complexity – Numbering System – Binary Arithmetic – Logic Gates – Digital Abstraction – Combinatorial Logic • Boolean Equations • Boolean Algebra • Karnaugh Maps • Timing Analysis
  31. 31. CS 6133 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (CONTINUED) • Digital Electronics (Continued) – Sequential Logic • Latches and Flip-Flops • Synchronous Logic Design • Finite State Machines • Timing Analysis • Parallelism – Physical Constraints • CPU – Instruction Set Architecture – Building Blocks – Hardware Architecture - Single Cycle CPU • Data and Control Path • Instructions • Performance Analysis
  32. 32. CS 6133 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I (CONTINUED) • CPU (Continued) – Hardware Architecture - Pipelined CPU • Data and Control Path • Hazards • Pipelined CPU Implementation • Memory Subsystem – Memory Basics – Memory Hierarchy • Cache • Virtual Memory • Performance Analysis and Measurements
  33. 33. CS 6473 INTRO TO VLSI DESIGN • MOSFET digital logic and circuit design – MOSFET characteristics – CMOS inverter – Complex logic gates – Timing and power analysis • Advanced digital logic – Dynamic logic, domino logic, pass transistor logic etc. – Timing Analysis • Arithmetic blocks – Adders – Multipliers • Interconnects • Memories – SRAM – DRAM – Peripherals and array architecture
  34. 34. CS 6473 INTRO TO VLSI DESIGN (CONTINUED) • Physical Design • VLSI system design – General system components and system design flow – VLSI clocking – Power supply – Input/Output • Current/Future challenges in VLSI Design
  35. 35. CS 6463 ADVANCE HARDWARE DESIGN • This course shows how a hardware-description language (for example, VHDL) can be used for computer hardware modeling, logic synthesis, register-level synthesis and simulation. The resulting design with hundreds or thousands of gates is then ready to be downloaded to form FPGA chips or silicon cells. Programs used: QuickVHDL, modeling and simulation tools from Mentor Graphics or similar large-scale programs. A design project is required and students make a written and oral presentation.
  36. 36. TUITION Graduate tuition, per credit $ 1,646 Registration and service fee, per credit $ 85 Estimated cost of one course, 3 credits $ 5,193 Estimated cost of a Master’s Degree $ 52,000 Estimated cost of a Certificate Degree $ 19,000
  37. 37. SOCIETY CO-SPONSORS Tuition Scholarships Society Member Benefits engineering.nyu.edu/enterprise-learning/society-co-sponsors
  38. 38. APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY • Bachelor’s degree from accredited school • Greater than 3.0 GPA in undergraduate school • Preference for accredited ABET, ACS and CSAB schools • Some may be required to take prerequisite courses without graduate credit
  39. 39. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Application Form • $75 Fee • Resume • Personal Statement • Transcripts • Two Letters of Recommendation • GRE or GMAT Scores (NYU School Code 2668) • English Language Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/Pearson PTE) Required to Submit Your Application Required to Complete Your Application
  40. 40. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Application Form • $75 Fee • Resume • Personal Statement Required to Submit Your Application
  41. 41. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS • Transcripts • GRE or GMAT Scores (NYU School Code 2668) • Two Letters of Recommendation • English Language Proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS/CAE/Pearson PTE) Required to Complete Your Application
  42. 42. APPLICATION DEADLINES Fall 2016 Spring 2017* Full-Time Applicants (9+ Credits per semester) Passed September 1, 2016 Part-Time Applicants - Early Admission (Fewer than 9 credits per semester) Passed October 1, 2016 Part-Time Applicants (Fewer than 9 credits per semester) Passed November 1, 2016 All documents due Passed December 15, 2016
  43. 43. NYU TANDON ONLINE FUTURE WEBINARS • Industrial Engineering • Thu, Jul 28 at 2:00 PM • Management of Technology • Tue, Sep 13 at 2:00 PM • Bioinformatics • Thu, Sep 15 at 2:00 PM • Tue, Sep 27 at 11:00 AM • Computer/Electrical Engineering • Tue, Sep 20 at 2:00 PM • General Webinar • Fri, Aug 12 at 11:00 AM
  44. 44. NYU TANDON ONLINE CONTACT INFORMATION Luke Modzier Student Services Counselor luke.modzier@nyu.edu (646) 997-3071 Front Desk online.engineering.nyu.edu tandon.online@nyu.edu (646) 997-3623 nyu.tandon.online @NYUTandonOnline #NYUOnline /NYUTandonOnline Peter Voltz voltz@nyu.edu

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