2002 Winter: EE112 Electronics II Basic operating principles and device equations for MOS capacitors and transistors, and bipolar junction transistors. The basics of transistor amplifier and logic circuit design using MOS transistors. Weekly one-hour recitation session. Prerequisites: EE101, EE102, EE111. 4 units.

2003 Winter: EE112 Electronics II

2003 Spring: EE113 Electronic Circuits Bipolar and MOS amplifier design including DC bias, small signal performance, multistage amplifiers, frequency response, feedback. Design and use of operational amplifiers. Prerequisites: EE102, EE112. 3 units.

2003 Autumn: EE101B Circuits II Second of two-course sequence. MOS large-signal and small-signal models. MOS amplifier design including DC bias, small signal performance, multistage amplifiers, frequency response, and feedback. Lab designs and builds an all-analog neural signal processing systems. Prerequisite: EE101A. 4 units. (with Prof. Mar Hershenson)

2004 Winter: [EE101B Circuits II Lab development]

2004 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab

2004 Autumn: EE101B Circuits II with Lab (with Prof. Mar Hershenson)

2005 Winter: EE418 Topics in Neuroengineering Neuroscience and electrical engineering, focusing on principles and theory in modern neural prosthetic systems (brain-computer or brain-machine interfaces). Electrical properties of neurons, information encoding, neural measurement techiques and technology, processing electronics, information decoding and estimators, and statistical data analysis. Prerequisites: EE214, EE278. 3 units.
2005 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab (with Prof. Bob Dutton)
2005 Autumn: EE101B Circuits II with Lab (with Prof. Mar Hershenson)
2006 Winter: EE418 Topics in Neuroengineering
2006 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab
2006 Autumn: EE101B Circuits II with Lab (with Prof. Mar Hershenson)
2007 Winter: EE418 Topics in Neuroengineering
2007 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab
2007 Autumn: EE101B Circuits II with Lab (with Prof. Mar Hershenson)
2008 Winter: EE418 Topics in Neuroengineering
2008 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab
2008 Autumn: [Teaching leave (points)]
2009 Winter: [Sabbatical]
2009 Spring: EE302 Topics in Biomedical Electronics Biomedical electronics and instruments based on electrical engineering for diagnostics and therapeutic treatments of biological systems, focusing on the theory and design principles in modern biomedical electronics using electromagnetic properties. Topics include circuit design for implanted medical devices, physics and signal processing for medical imaging systems, techniques for neural measurements and neuro-decoding, and electronics for drug delivery. Prerequisites: EE214, EE264, EE265. 3 units. (with Prof. Teresa Meng)
2009 Autumn: [Teaching leave (offset)]
2010 Winter: EE124 Introduction to Neuroelectrical Engineering Fundamental properties of electrical activity in neurons, technology for measuring and altering neural activity, and operating principles of modern neurological and neural prosthetic medical systems. Topics: action potential generation and propagation, neuro-MEMS and measurement systems, experimental design and statistical data analysis, information encoding and decoding, clinical diagnostic systems, and fully-implantable neural prosthetic systems design. Prerequisites: EE101B, EE102B. 3 units. https://ccnet.stanford.edu/ee124/
2010 Spring: EE101B Circuits II with Lab https://ccnet.stanford.edu/ee101b
2010 Autumn: [Teaching leave (offset)]
2011 Winter: EE124 Introduction to Neuroelectrical Engineering
2011 Spring: [Sabbatical]
2011 Autumn: [Teaching leave (offset)]
2012 Winter: [Teaching leave]
2012 Spring: [Sabbatical]
2012 Autumn: [Teaching leave (offset)]
2013 Winter: [Teaching leave]
2013 Spring: [Sabbatical]
Updated: 20 January 2013