## Teaching

**ECE 512 - Microwave Engineering I**

In this * graduate-level* course, the following topics are covered: TEM mode transmission lines. Field and distributed circuit analysis. Frequency and time domain analysis. Waveguiding structures. Rectangular waveguides. Impedance transformations and matching techniques.

**ECE 514 - Microwave Engineering II**

In this * graduate-level* course, the following topics are covered: Matrix representation of microwave junctions; scattering matrix of lossless junctions and their properties; scattering parameters of junctions, magic-tee, rat-race, and nonreciprocal devices; even and odd mode analysis of coupled lines; phase shifters, hybrids, power dividers; microwave resonators, cavities; periodic structures, general filter design, transmission line filters, coupled line filters.

**EE 312 - Digital Electronics (at Middle East Technical University as adjunct faculty member)**

In this * undergraduate-level* course, the following topics are covered: Resistor-transistor Logic (RTL), diode-transistor logic (DTL), transistor-transistor Logic (TTL), CMOS inverter, CMOS combinational logic gates, pseudo NMOS logic, pass transistor logic, dynamic logic circuits, domino CMOS logic, regenerative circuits, Schmitt trigger, multivibrator circuits, 555 IC timer, random access memories (RAM), read-only memories (ROM), digital-to-analog (D/A) and analog-to-digital (A/D) converters.

**ECE 203 - Electrical Circuits I**

In this * undergraduate-level* course, the following topics are covered: Basis concepts and laws, node analysis, mesh analysis, basic circuit theorems (linearity, superposition, source transformation, Norton's equivalent, Thevenin's equivalent, maximum power transfer), non-linear circuits, operational amplifiers, dynamic elements (capacitors and inductors), first-order circuits (active and passive), second order circuits (active and passive).

**ECE 204 - Electrical Circuits II**

In this * undergraduate-level* course, the following topics are covered: Sinusoids and phasors, sinusoidal steady state analysis, two-port networks, AC power analysis, three-phase circuits, mutual inductance and transformers, frequency response, Laplace transmform.