The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department within the College of Engineering on the Daytona Beach Campus is seeking Adjunct faculty to teach on campus in Fall 2022. Adjunct faculty are needed for the following courses:
EE307Avionics I3 Credits (3,0)
Provides the first part of a comprehensive and rigorous study of avionics systems. The course covers avionics systems from the basic physics of avionics to the latest technology.
EE327Electrical Engineering Fundamentals3 Credits (3,0)
Circuit theory and variables. Analysis of electrical circuits using Ohm's and Kirchloff's laws. Nodal and mesh analysis. Principles of superposition and source transformation. Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Wheatstone bridge. Voltage-current relationship for passive elements. First order transient analysis. Phasors and steady-state AC analysis. Filter concepts.
CEC300Computing in Aerospace and Aviation3 Credits (3,0)
This course explores the computer engineering aspects of systems ranging from embedded sensor and actuator controllers to high-performance computing systems used in air traffic control and weather forecasting. The critical factors that impact the engineering decisions involved, including technological, economic, social, and professional issues are discussed. Key engineering techniques and practices, including database, human-computer interaction, and networks of systems are explored through case studies and representative examples from the aerospace and aviation domains. Pre-Requisite: Junior Standing