Second of two-course sequence designed for students in the electrical and computer engineering graduate program who wish to undertake a thesis project after completing all other requirements for their degree. Students work with an advisor to conduct independent research and development in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) leading to a written thesis and oral presentation to a thesis committee. The intent of the research may be to advance the body of knowledge in one of the technology areas in the ECE program. Students accepted into this course will have off-hours access to ECE facilities at the Applied Physics Laboratory and the Dorsey Center. A limited amount of support for research materials is available.

Course prerequisites: 

525.803 Electrical and Computer Engineering Thesis. Completion of all other courses applicable to the ECE graduate degree and approval of the ECE program chair and vice chair. The thesis option is appropriate for highly motivated students with strong academic records.

Course notes: 

This course is co-listed with 525.803.

Course instructor: 
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