Course Description

Time:    Tues. and Thurs. 
2:00pm - 3:20pm

Room:  Jacobs Hall, Room 2512, Henry G. Booker Conference Suite



Teams of students work to design, build, demonstrate, and document engineering projects.

All students give weekly progress reports of their tasks and contribute a section to the final project report. 

Two hours of discussion, eight hours of laboratory.

Prerequisites:  Completion of all of the breadth courses and one depth course.


Dr. Pamela Cosman       Office: Jacobs Hall 7114 & 6607      Phone:  858-822-0157

Dr. Pankaj K. Das          Office: Jacobs Hall   3803                  Phone: 858-822-0114

Administrative Assistant:

Julie Moritz           Office: Jacobs Hall 
2609 (temporarily move to 6400 pod)             Phone: 858-822-6939

Teaching Assistant:

Jing Liu        


Laboratory -  Jacobs Hall   Room   4511

Rigoberto Marin           Office: WHL 2217B        Phone: 858-534-3814

Grading Policy:

Each team will be assigned a team grade for the overall accomplishments, effort and creativity of the design and implementation of the project, as judged through the weekly presentations, design review, and final report.

This grade may be adjusted up or down one notch (for example, a B+ going up one notch to an A-) based on the quality of the final report (comprehensiveness, English correctness) and based on the team aspects of public speaking (correct slide design, organization).

Additionally, each student's grade can be adjusted individually up or down one notch (or in extreme cases, two notches) from the team grade based on a combination of the mentor's individual evaluation, peer evaluation, completion of the ethics module, and the individual aspects of public speaking (clarity, pacing, eye contact, facing audience, etc.)

  • Each student is expected to spend at least 8 hours per week for the project

  • Contact the mentor during Week 1 and establish the Statement of Work (SOW)

  • Give a team presentation every other week using PowerPoint and send a copy of the presentation to the TA who will post it on the web

  • 6th week - Design Review

  • 10th week – Rehearsal for Final Presentation

The web site for ECE 191 is  for general purpose information


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