Civil & Environmental Engineering
Professor Young -4 Units
Prerequisite: Engineering 105, Chemistry 2B or the equivalent, course 140; Chemistry 2C or 107A recommended.
Lecture: 4 hours. Chemistry of natural and polluted waters. Topics include chemical, kinetic and equilibrium principles, redox reactions, gas solution and solid-solution equilibria, thermodynamics, carbonate systems, coordination chemistry, interfacial phenomena.
Professor Karl N. Levitt
Units – 4
Prerequisite: ECS 150; ECS 153 recommended
Lecture: 3 hour. Concepts of intrusion detection, anomaly detection based on machine learning, signature-based detection using pattern matching, automated response to attacks using artificial intelligence planning, tracing intruders based on principal component analysis, security policy languages.
Professor S. Felix Wu
Units – 4
Prerequisite: ECS 150
Lecture: 3 hour. Models, design, implementation, performance evaluation in operating systems. Algorithms, internal architectures for single processor OS and distributed systems. Concurrency control, recovery, security. OS kernel-level programming. Special topics embedded systems, real-time system, device driver, NPU (Network Processor Unit).
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Prerequisite: Engineering 104 or equivalent
Lecture: 4 hours. Modeling and analysis methodology for composite structures including response and failure. Laminated plate bending theory. Introduction to failure processes. Includes discussion of aerospace structural analysis.