ETR 211: Semiconductor Devices and Modeling (6 ECTS credits)
This course offers an introduction to the numerical modeling of semiconductor devices. Study of semiconductor devices fabrication processes using advanced computer simulation tools. Specific devices are modeled from fabrication to electrical properties and parameter extraction. With an emphasis on numerical methods, this course provides basic concepts and design tools for analyzing discrete two-dimensional devices. Deposition, lithography, etching, implant processes are discussed.
ETR 270 Electrical Measurements and Methods (6 ECTS credits)
Basic concepts of measurement techniques, types and methods of measurement, measurement errors, systematic and random errors, relative and absolute errors, limit normalization, induced error, measurement of electrical quantities, classification and measurement methods and techniques, principles and methods of measurement, electromechanical measuring devices , electronic measuring devices, DC and AC voltmeters, measurement of active resistance with electronic ohmmeters, electronic oscilloscopes, oscilloscope classification and block diagrams, power and energy.
ETR 313: Analog Electronics (8 ECTS credits)
This course teaches analog electronics from the basics through the latest analog applications including high-frequency amplifiers, data converters, single-supply op amps, and low power circuits. Analysis and design of analog electronic circuits. Low and high-frequency models for both bipolar and field effect transistors. The course begins with a discussion of passive devices, progresses through active devices and circuit equations, and culminates with the derivation of the ideal op amp equation. Analogue Electronics: p and n materials, pin diodes, junction, and FET transistors. Circuit board layout is covered in detail and serves as preparation for high-speed amplifiers.
ETR 320: Digital Electronics (6 ECTS credits)
Fundamentals of digital circuits, including logic circuits, counters, and registers. This course covers combinational and sequential logic circuits. Topics include number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families, MSI and LSI circuits, A/D and D/A converters, and other related topics. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot digital circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment.
ETR 346: Telecommunication Networks (6 ECTS credits)
Data communications and Internet technologies and basic system performance analysis. Top-down orientation relates networking technologies to organizational goals and needs. TCP/IP, LANs, WANs, internetworking, and signals and communications media.
ETR350 Materials of electrical and electronic equipment
This course covers the main types of materials used in electrical and electronic engineering, physical and chemical processes that determine the main properties of materials, the main properties of construction materials, conductive, semiconductor, dielectric, insulation and magnetic materials, operational characteristics of materials in electronic devices, automation and electrotechnical devices and nanoelectronics. studies the types and properties of applied nanomaterials.
ETR 357: Electromagnetic Theory (6 ECTS credits)
Electromagnetic Theory covers the basic principles of electromagnetism: Maxwell's equations, propagation, and radiation of electromagnetic waves, experimental basis, electrostatics, magnetic fields of steady currents and electromagnetic induction, electric and magnetic properties of matter, and conservation laws. Introduction to electromagnetic fields. Coulomb's law, Gauss's law, electrical potential, dielectric materials capacitance, Ampere's law, Biot-Savart law, magnetic materials, magnetic inductance.
ETR 370: Fundamentals of Radio Engineering (8 ECTS credits)
This course provides grounding in Radio Frequency theory and practice for wireless, cellular and microwave systems. Radio Frequency engineering is an important yet often overlooked area in today's wireless world.
ETR 382: Radio Engineering Equipment (6 ECTS credits)
The course will focus on four elements of related laboratory activities: calibrating equipment used in laboratory compliance measurements; testing radio frequency equipment for compliance with established technical standards; developing techniques for improving electromagnetic compatibility in radio frequency equipment; developing and using new compliance measurement techniques for application in testing new radio technology.
ETR 412: Foundations of Microwave Design (6 ECTS credits)
The course covers the fundamental principles of microwave circuits, devices, and measurements. This course is designed for engineers, scientists, technologists, and engineering managers in the fields of radiation, propagation, communication, navigation, radar, RF systems, remote sensing, and radio astronomy who require a better understanding of microwave circuit analysis, design, and measurement techniques. It includes strip lines and microstrips, coupling and transient signal distortion in microstrip lines, impedance matching techniques and charts, general circuit theory of one port and multiport for waveguide systems, microwave solid state devices, impedance and scattering matrices and waveguide circuit elements.
ETR 416: Power Conversion (6 ECTS credits)
This course has been designed to equip electrical engineers with the knowledge and skills that are required to design modern electrical energy conversion systems - because of recent advances in power electronics technology, electric vehicles, railway systems, renewable power generation, active management of power distribution systems, automation systems for factories and industrial processes. It includes the fundamentals of electrical machine and power electronics design, system integration, control, energy management, and protection.
ETR 445: Control systems (6 ECTS credits)
To provide basic knowledge in digital control systems. Analysis of linear systems: Laplace transform, signal flow, and block diagrams. Open and closed loop systems, stability analysis; Steady state response: System class, bode plots, phase and gain margin, design of phase advance and phase lag compensators; Transient response: Root locus method, system poles and zeros, design of controllers by pole placement; PID control: Algorithms for industrial implementation including bump less transfer and anti-windup.
ETR 450: Electrical & Electronics Engineering (6 ECTS credits)
Topics include voltage, current, resistance, and power in DC and AC circuits, series, parallel, and more complex circuits using Kirchhoff’s laws and selected network theorems, capacitance, and inductance, resonance. Topics include solid state electronics as circuit elements, including diodes, power supplies, power amplification, and applications in selected linear circuits and operational amplifiers in various feedback configurations, bipolar transistors, rectifier circuits, Zener diode regulators.
ETR 454: Signal Processing (6 ECTS credits)
The signal processing concepts are emphasized in relation to applications in speech and in basic sound generation. The objectives are to introduce students to the fundamental concepts necessary to understand and to develop elements for multimedia systems that use sound, image, and tactile input/output in the human/system interface. Students are introduced to the fundamental concepts of analog signals, analog-to-digital conversion, digital-to-analog conversion, discrete time signals, digital signal processing systems, analysis and synthesis of discrete time low/high/band pass filters, auto- and correlation between signals.
ETR 463: Digital Microelectronics (6 ECTS credits)
This course discusses the transistor-level structure of contemporary digital integrated circuits and their applications for system integration. Analysis and design of digital integrated circuits using analytical techniques and computer aided circuit analysis tools. Technologies such as Bipolar, CMOS and Bic MOS are covered as well as concepts on circuit layout, testing and noise sources.
ETR 472: Introduction to Electronics Defense Systems (6 ECTS credits)
Introduction to Electronics Defense Systems: threats, requirements, and principles, advanced radar threat, modern electronic attach systems. Architecture, types, and technology, ea against modern radar systems, digital radio frequency memory, electronic defense support, expendables, and decoy systems, directed energy weapons and stealth technology, applications of electronic defense.
ETR 490: Optical Communication Engineering (6 ECTS credits)
An introduction to optical fiber as another medium in which information can be transmitted, received, multiplexed, and distributed. Horizontal and vertical cabling techniques (facilities, cable ways) are taught to BICSI and EIA/TIA standards. Topics include light sources, detectors, splices and connectors, coupler, fiber-optic systems and installation, and types of fiber-optic equipment.
EENG 211 Circuits Theory (6 ECTS credits)
Analysis, calculation, switching processes, analysis of electric and magnetic fields, calculation, switching processes, analysis, and calculation of electric circuits, working principles of various devices created by application of electromagnetic field, features of influence of electromagnetic field on radio equipment and telecommunication systems and methods of its elimination are studied.
ETR 456 Fundaments of field technology (6 ECTS credits)
By teaching this subject, future graduates get acquainted with the main technologies, devices, and devices of the specialty, learn about the technology of production of both electrical and modern electronic devices and devices, and thus gain knowledge of technical and technological directions and prospects of specialties.
ETR 462 Power electronics and power transmission (6 ECTS credits)
This course studies the characteristics and working principle of power electronic devices, classification, basic electromagnetic processes in semiconductor power converters, the main areas of application of power electronic devices, control of automated electric transmission mechanisms powered by electronic devices.
ETR 600: MS Thesis (6 ECTS credits)
Scientific-research work. Individual investigation of the theme to be arranged with supervisor. The results of the work should be presented in the form of thesis.
PHSC 203 Mechanics (6 ECTS credits)
These subject studies the different types of motion, their causes, the laws of conservation, the equilibrium conditions of the system of objects, and mechanical oscillations and waves. During the teaching of this course, students develop the ability to draw independent conclusions and apply theoretical knowledge in practice.
PSHC 111 Astronomy (6 ECTS credits)
This course provides a broad overview of the main issues of astrophysics, research methods and sections, observation devices used in astrophysics and the rules of observation with them, the physics of the sun and stars, various galaxies, elements of cosmogony and cosmology, relativistic objects.
PHSC 205 Molecular physics (6 ECTS credits)
This subject teaches the research methods of physics, the nature of aggregate states and the basics of molecular kinetic theory. characterizes statistical distribution regularities, molecular transfer events, thermodynamic method, entropy of ideal and real thermal processes. teaches the equations of state of real gases, the phase transformation of aggregate states.
PHSC 207 Electricity and magnetism (6 ECTS credits)
The subject must master the skills of electrical and magnetic phenomena and laws, the limits of their application and use for practical purposes, working with devices and equipment, processing of measurements and experimental results.
PHSC 360 Classical mechanics (6 ECTS credits)
İs a science that studies the laws of motion and equilibrium of macroscopic objects. Many of the conclusions drawn from the basic laws of mechanics take the form of fundamental laws of nature when appropriate generalizations are made. Lagrange and Hamilton methods, the method of variation and other methods of theoretical physics are used in this course.
PHSC 309 Optics (6 ECTS credits)
This course consists of acquaintance with the laws of illumination, radiation and wave optics, the basics of nonlinear optics, mastering the skills of theoretical and experimental research of light phenomena and studying their methods of analysis. The student must know the laws of geometry and wave optics, be able to dream in mirrors and lenses, use the laws of optics for practical purposes.
PHSC 311 Electrodynamics (6 ECTS credits)
These subject studies the basic laws of electromagnetic interaction, various electromagnetic phenomena. Studies the electromagnetic phenomena that occur in a vacuum. Explains Maxwell's equations.
PHSC 330 Statistical physics (6 ECTS credits)
This course deals with the study of various states of macroscopic systems consisting of many microparticles and the physical processes that take place in these systems. In this way, it helps to understand the new theories that have emerged in connection with the creation and development of the universe and the events that take place in nature.
PHSC 307 Quantum mechanics (6 ECTS credits)
This subject is a branch of theoretical physics that explains physical phenomena in terms of motion comparable to the Planck constant. his predictions differ from those of classical mechanics. Quantum mechanics describes atoms, ions, molecular condensed media, and other electron-nuclear systems accordingly.
PHSC 415 Atomic physics (6 ECTS credits)
This subject teaches the general properties and regularities of the electron shells of micro-objects in the atom and forms the atomic theory of experiments and theoretical ideas about micro-objects. Atomic orbitals provide knowledge about the distribution of electrons in the energy levels of the atom, the types, and characteristics of chemical bonds.
EDU 452 Teaching methods of physics (6 ECTS credits)
The purpose of the subject "Methods of teaching physics" is to teach the basic laws of physics, the essence, and theoretical foundations of the subject with the concept of modern education and the application of modern technologies. The content of the course is to cover the sections of mechanics, molecular physics, electrodynamics, optics, atomic physics of the school physics course., teaches students the content, structure, and teaching methods of a high school physics course.
PHSC 417 Nuclear physics (6 ECTS credits)
This course aims to provide fundamental knowledge about the structure of atomic nuclei, nuclear forces, events during nuclear reactions, the interaction of nuclear radiation with matter, the classification of elementary particles, the description of physical phenomena in the subatomic microcosm, their theoretical analysis and experimental observation methods in subatomic physics.