Intro to Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering


Professor George Pappas  & Siddharth M. Deliwala


ESE 111 is the freshman introductory course to the principles underlying electrical and systems engineering. Concepts used in designing circuits, processing signals on analog and digital devices, implementing computation on embedded systems, analyzing communication networks, and understanding complex systems will be discussed in lectures and explored hands-on in the laboratory. This course provides an overview of the challenges and tools that Electrical Engineers and Systems Engineers address and some of the necessary foundations for students interested in more advanced courses in ESE.

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Past Student Highlights

“I personally enjoyed the final project. It was my first time building a fully functional device that I thought up in my head. I felt like Tony Stark.” ~ ESE Student, Fall 2016