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Gain an understanding of advance engineering principles that are needed to analyze and engineer complex systems. Learn to use a conceptual design tool to model, explore and understand the complex system problem space and discover alternative solutions. Students will learn how to translate system requirements into workable system implementations using conceptual models. Through in-class modeling of a real-world problem, gain an understanding and appreciation for the many benefits of advanced simulation-based engineering.
Students are required to purchase Limited ExtendSim package for student use
$50, part number W703-STU- https://extendsim.com/academic#student
NOTE: This course may have optional, live sessions via Zoom. The sessions will be recorded and posted for students who are not able to attend. The Zoom meeting link and password to join will be provided in your course. A device with audio and visual will be needed to participate. The following student guide provides additional resources/information on how to use and access your courses Zoom sessions."
Joseph Issa is an Adjunct Professor in Computer Science and Engineering. His educational background includes a Ph.D. in computer engineering from Santa Clara University. He has a master’s degree in electrical engineering from San Jose State University graduated in and a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Joseph has both industry and academic experience in computer and electrical engineering. He has been teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses (online and on ground) in computer and electrical engineering. He worked 16 years at Intel Corporation in Santa Clara, California. Joseph’s research area of interest includes processor architecture, performance, and power modeling for different processor architectures using different cloud computing and high-performance computation workloads. He conducted research in processor architecture, performance and power modeling for different processor architectures. Joseph has authored and co-authored over 30 journals and conference publications in computer engineering.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
No textbook information is available for this course.
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|START||10/03/2022||Monday||---||---||Online (Access Begins)||---
|END||11/21/2022||Monday||---||---||Online (Access Ends)||---