The course has a
multi - orientation shaping the sophistication on these
topics and helping the overall maturity. This course presents the overall
knowledge and capabilities of the student at the end of his studies.

a) Point out the
ability to formulate a problem.

b)
Points out the ability to formulate alternative solutions.

c)
Points out the ability to select a promising solution.

d)
Points out the ability to consider other non engineering factors in an
engineering project.

e)
Introduces research on a engineering topic.

f)
Introduce proposal preparation.

g)
Introduce report preparation.

h)
Introduce feasibility study.

i)
Introduce simulation.

j)
Introduce physical laboratory prototyping.

k)
Describe mathematically the physical operation of the various electronic devices

l)
Point out the capabilities and limitation of the various electronic devices,
circuits, and systems.

m)
Introduce data sheets of the various electronic devices.

n)
Introduce application notes for the various electronic devices.

o)
Use of physical operation and circuit properties of various electronic devices
to implement problem solution.

p) Emphasize the sequence: Underlining Physical Principle - Physical
properties - Mathematical
Model of a Real Situation Case - Mathematical Method - Real problem -
Specification - Assumptions - Solution - Simulation - Implementation - Measurements
- Optimization - Final product.