CEE370 - Sensors, Electrical Circuits, and Signal Processing

University of Michigan, Winter Semester 2014-2015


Professor Jerome P. Lynch

Basic course information

Credits: 3

Lectures: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11:30 - 12:30 pm, 1200 EECS Building (Online Lecture Recordings)

Instructor: Jerome P. Lynch, 2380 G.G. Brown jerlynch@umich.edu

Instructional Aid: Ryan Sarmiento, rdsarm@umich.edu

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Course requirements:

Homework: Homework will normally be assigned each Monday and due the following Monday in class. Late homework will not be accepted. You are allowed to discuss the homework problems with peers, but you must write up your own homework to hand in. Please submit homework assignments in a neat and presentable manner with all calculations shown. Submission of homework on engineering pad paper is required. Homework will be graded on a scale of 100. Please abide by the University of Michigan Honor Code - it will be strictly enforced, including on homework.

Grading: Homework 30%, midterms 40%, laboratory projects 30%. These weights are approximate; the right to change them later is reserved.

Prerequisites: Physics 240 - General Physics II (strongly recommended)

Catalog description: This course introduces students to the fundamentals of collecting and processing experimental data for civil and environmental applications. The course begins with an introduction to DC and AC circuits followed by the coverage of sensors used in the civil and environmental field. Examples and hands-on demonstrations will be presented relevant to seismic, environmental, structural and hydraulic monitoring.


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