Course Code: ECE 631
Title: Photonics and Devices
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Assist.Prof.Dr. Çağlar ARPALİ
Recomended Text Books Bahaa E. A. Saleh,Malvin Carl Teich Fundamentals of Photonics, 2nd Edition WILEY-INTERSCIENCE 2007 978-0-471-35832-9
Link: http://ece631.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: The generation of coherent light by lasers and incoherent light by luminescence sources, resonator optics, photon optics, photons and atoms, laser amplifiers, lasers, photons in semiconductors, Semiconductor photon sources, semiconductor photon detectors, their electronic circuits, design of driver circuits for photonic devices.

 

Course Code: ECE 632
Title: Advanced Communication Techniques
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Prof. Dr. Halil Tanyer EYYUBOĞLU
Recomended Text Books John G. Proakis, Masoud Salehi, “Communication Systems Engineering” 2nd Ed. 2002, ISBN : 0-13-061793-8 
Link: http://ece632.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: This course covers the theoretical background and implementation of modulation methods such as DPSK, TCM, OFDM, GMSK and detection in these systems in AWGN, multipath (discrete and time varying) channels. The theory will be supported by labs (held during lecture times).

 

Course Code: ECE 633
Title: Fundementals of Spread Spectrum
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Prof. Dr. Halil Tanyer EYYUBOĞLU
Recomended Text Books 1-)John G. Proakis, Masoud Salehi, “Communication Systems Engineering” 2nd Ed. 2002, ISBN : 0-13-061793-8
2-)Guu-Chang Yang and Wing C. Kwong Prime Codes with Applications to CDMA Optical and Wireless Networks Artechhouse 2002 1-58053-073-7
Link: http://ece633.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: Multiplexing types, code division multiplexing, frequency hopping, PN sequences, Walsh codes, CDMA, WCDMA, Frequency Overlay, Detection in CDMA

 

Course Code: ECE 635
Title: Principles of Optics
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Assist.Prof.Dr. Çağlar ARPALİ
Recomended Text Books Bahaa E. A. Saleh,Malvin Carl Teich Fundamentals of Photonics, 2nd Edition WILEY-INTERSCIENCE 2007 978-0-471-35832-9
Link: http://ece635.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: This course covers the theoretical background geometrical optics, wave motion, electromagnetic waves and photons, reflection and transmission, polarization, and diffraction.

 

Course Code: ECE 638
Title: Introduction to Theory of Diffraction
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Prof.Dr.Yusuf Z. UMUL
Recomended Text Books G. L. James Geometrical theory of diffraction for electromagnetic waves IEE Press 1986 0863410626
Link: http://ece638.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: The course deals with the theory of optical and electromagnetic diffraction. First of all the historical development of the theory is given. Afterwards the progress of the methods according to the historical advance is mentioned and the contemporary studies are taught

 

Course Code: ECE 639
Title: Theory of The Boundary Diffraction Wave
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Prof.Dr.Yusuf Z. UMUL
Recomended Text Books B. B. Baker and E. T. Copson, The Mathematical Theory of Huygen’s Principle, Oxford University Press, 1952, B0015Z5KNQ
Link: http://ece639.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: The course deals with the theory of the boundary diffraction wave (BDW). First of all the historical development of the theory is given. Afterwards the progress of the methods according to the historical advance is mentioned and the contemporary studies are taught.

 

Course Code: ECE 641
Title: Advanced Topics in Supervisory Control for Discrete Event Systems
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Assoc.Prof.Dr. Klaus Werner Schmidt
Recomended Text Books 1-)Christos G. Cassandras and Stephane Lafortune Introduction to Discrete Event Systems Springer, New York 2008 0387333320      
2-)John O. Moody and Panos J. Antsaklis Supervisory Control of Discrete Event Systems using Petri Nets Kluwer Academic Publishers 1998 0792381998
Link: http://ece641.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: This course first recalls the basic modeling and supervisory control techniques for discrete event systems (DES). Then, it elaborates on advanced and recent research work in control and diagnosis for discrete event systems including application examples. The topics covered comprise control under partial observation, decentralized control, failure diagnosis, reconfiguration control and Petri Net based techniques. All design and analysis techniques are applied to practical examples using a software-tool.

 

Course Code: ECE 646
Title: Optical Propagation in Atmosphere 
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Prof. Dr. Halil Tanyer EYYUBOĞLU
Recomended Text Books Larry C. Andrews and Ronald L. Phillips, “Laser Beam Propagation through Random Media” , 1998, ISBN No : 081942787X, 2005 2nd Ed., ISBN No : 081945948-8 
Link: http://ece646.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: This course covers the theoretical background and implementation of optical propagation of different beams in  turbulent atmosphere. Polarization, beam quality, complex degree of coherence and scintillation in particular will also be covered (Chapters 2 – 9 of the Recommended Text Book Larry C. Andrews and Ronald L. Phillips). MATLAB implementation will be conducted for all topics. There will be teaming among students towards writing scintillation papers.  

 

Course Code: ECE 647
Title: Linear System Theory I
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Assist.Prof.Dr. Ulaş BELDEK
Recomended Text Books Chi-Tsong Chen Linear Systems Theory and Design Oxford University Press 1998 0195117778
Link: http://ece647.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: This course starts with giving basic definitions about linearity, linear independence, basis, span, range and null spaces, normed linear spaces, inner product spaces and orthogonality. Then projection theorem is explained. Concepts about systems of linear equations and fourier series covered. Finally the course also includes subjects related with block diagonal forms and Jordan canonical form.

 

Course Code: ECE 662
Title: Robust Control + Laboratory
Credits: (3 0 3) 3 credits
Prerequisite:
Instructor Assoc.Prof.Dr. Klaus Werner Schmidt
Recomended Text Books K. Zhou, J.C. Doyle, K. Glover Robust and Optimal Control Prentice Hall 1996 0-13-456567-3
Link: http://ece662.cankaya.edu.tr/
Course Description: The aim of the course is to provide analysis and design techniques for the robust control. The analysis includes the formulation and verification of stability and performance criteria in the form of function norms that allow the representation of structured and unstructured model uncertainties. The controller design focuses on the H-infinity control.