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CS 577. ADVANCED COMPUTER AND COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS

This course covers advanced topics in the theory, design and performance of computer and communications networks. Topics will be selected from such areas as local area networks, metropolitan area networks, wide area networks, queueing models of networks, routing, flow control, new technologies and protocol standards. The current literature will be used to study new networks concepts and emerging technologies. (Prerequisite: CS 513/ECE 506 and CS 533/ECE 581).

Medicinal Planet Chemistry Online (MS)

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ECE 537. ADVANCED COMPUTER AND COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS

This course covers advanced topics in the theory, design and performance of computer and communications networks. Topics will be selected from such areas as local area networks, metropolitan area networks, wide area networks, queueing models of networks, routing, flow control, new technologies and protocol standards. The current literature will be used to study new networks concepts and emerging technologies. (Prerequisite: CS 513/ECE 506 and CS 533/ECE 581.)

DS 597. DIRECTED RESEARCH

A directed research study, conducted under the guidance of a faculty member affiliated with the Data Science Program, investigates challenges and techniques central to data science, and aims to innovate novel approaches and techniques towards solving these challenges. The student must produce a written report.

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ME 4424. RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER APPLICATION AND DESIGN.

Cat. II Radiation Heat Transfer Applications will develop the student’s knowledge of radiation and multi-mode heat transfer. Fundamentals of radiation will be covered: radiative properties of surfaces; view factors; exchange between black and grey surfaces; emission and absorption of gases; and flame radiation. Use of numerical methods will be emphasized as appropriate for solution of applications: the select numerical methods (numerical integration, matrix methods, ODE solutions) can be learned during the course.

ME 3411. INTERMEDIATE FLUID MECHANICS.

Cat. I This course provides a mixture of theory and applications and covers topics not found in the introductory course in fluid mechanics. Topics include kinematics of fluid flow, potential flow, Navier-Stokes and the theory of viscous flow, basic turbulence, boundary layer theory, and introduction to compressible flow. Recommended background: Introductory fluid mechanics (ES 3004, or equivalent)

ENV 220X. BUILDING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES

This course will help students understand and apply concepts of resilience to build the capacity of communities to withstand disruptions associated with climate change, global pandemics, energy insecurity, and other socio-ecological crises; and to nurture robust human and ecological systems for the future.

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