Special Topics in Systems Engineering; Sensor Systems

This course covers sensors and sensing systems for a variety of engineering applications from domains including but not limited to aerospace, civil, electrical, mechanical, and systems engineering. The course will comprehensively cover all aspects of sensor systems, including: sensor mechanisms, physics-based analytical and simulation models of sensors, signal representation, signal processing, noise and other sources of interference, interfaces, statistical analysis of sensor outputs, networks of sensors, and system-level analysis and design including specifications, requirements, and validation. Following current industry paradigms, students will work in teams to complete a design project addressing simulation, analysis, and optimization of a sensor system. This course encourages multidisciplinary participation and will be offered to graduate studentsin all departments of the School of Engineering.

Sister Courses: ENSE698A, ENSE698B, ENSE698C, ENSE698G, ENSE698R

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