Universiti Teknologi Petronas UTP

Universiti Teknologi Petronas UTP

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34
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MSc in Electronic System Engineering??   APPLY

  Study Mode
FULL TIME
  Level
POST-GRADUATE
  Duration
36 Months
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A master programme in Electronics System Engineering Programme is tailored to train young graduates and professionals with advanced design in integrated circuit design and applications and entrepreneurship skills to enable them to perform R&D and commercialization activities and move up the value chain from the manufacturing era to the design era of the electronic industry.

Besides providing in-depth knowledge of specific subject areas, this programme is also intended to expose the graduates and engineers with a range of analytical and research skills that would be of long-term value. Graduates with an MSc in Electronic Systems Engineering degree will enhance their employment and career prospects in the telecommunication, computers, and electronics and semiconductor industry. The degree is also a good starting point for a career in research and academia.

Graduates with an MSc in Electronic System Engineering degree will enhance their employment and career prospects in Instrumentation and Control, Telecommunication, Computer and Embedded Systems, Electronics and Semiconductor Industry. The degree is also a good starting point for a career in research and academia.

Programme Curriculum Structure

Each student is required to complete 5 core modules, 3 technical elective modules, 2 management elective modules and 1 project and dissertation, and Research Methodology. The programme curriculum structure is shown as below: 

?MSc ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CURRICULUM STRUCTURE ? ? ?
?Category ?Module ? ?Credit Hour
?Core Modules ? ? ? ? ?1. EEM5013 Advanced Engineering Mathematics for System
Analysis and Design ?
?3
?2. EEM5023 Advanced Digital Systems Design ? ?3
?3. EEM5073 Modern Communication & Networking Systems ?3
?4. EEM5043 Advanced Embedded Systems ? ?3
?5. EEM5053 VLSI Systems Design ? ?3

Specialisations

(Choose 1 Option)

? ? ?
?
?

?Option A:
Advanced Circuit Design ?
?• EEM5063 Advanced Analog Integrated Circuit Design

 

3? ?

?• EEM5033 RF Circuit Design
?Option B:
Sensors & Intelligent Systems ?
?• EEM5083 Sensors & Systems

3? ?

?• EEM5093 Intelligent Systems
Opt?ion C: IC Systems Design and Validations
?
??• EEM5153 System Verification, Test and Validation Methodologies ?3
?
??• EEM5163 Low Power VLSI Systems
?Choose any 1 ? ? ? ?1. EEM5113 Semiconductor Fabrication Technology ?

 

?3 ? ? ?

?2. EEM5123 Communication System Design ?
?3. EEM5133 Image Processing and Computer Vision ?
?4. EEM5143 Advanced Computer System Architecture ?
?5. EEM5063 Advanced Analog Integrated Circuit Design
?Management
Electives
(Choose 2) ? ? ?
?1. SNB5012 Operations Management ?

 

?4 ? ? ?

?2. SNB5022 Strategic Management ?
?3. SNB5032 Multinational Business and Finance ?
?4. SFB5012 Engineering Economy ?
?University Requirement ?Research Methodology 2?
?Dissertation ?EEM520C R&D Project ? ?2
     
Programme Module Synopsis

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5013

?Advanced Engineering Mathematics for System Analysis and Design

??3 credits

Essential topics in engineering mathematics, including optimization and its application to engineering, discrete-time random processes, estimation theory and modeling of engineering systems and operations using selected techniques from mathematics, statistics, and stochastic processes.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

?EEM5023

?Advanced Digital Systems Design

??3 credits

The fundamental concepts of digital design. It introduces the digital systems design flow and includes HDL (Verilog, VHDL or other languages), different level of modeling, simulation, testing, Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, and programmable devices.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

?EEM5073

Modern Communication & Networking Systems

??3 credits

A comprehensive coverage of the principles and techniques in the modern communication and networking systems. Students will be guided through a systematic lecture on the technical background, architecture, protocols and new directions in modern communication techniques and networks.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

?EEM5043

Advanced Embedded Systems

??3 credits

An in-depth overview of important topics ranging from microcontrollers and Operating System design to PCB Layout and manufacturing guidelines. The course is also intended for graduate students in Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the Embedded System professional.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

?EM5053

VLSI Systems Design

??3 credits

The analysis and design of digital integrated circuits building blocks using CM OS technology. The course emphasizes on design, and requires extensive use of a circuit layout CAD tool, and SPICE for simulations.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5063

Advanced Analog Integrated Circuit Design

??3 credits

The analysis and design of analog integrated circuits building blocks using CM OS technology. The course emphasizes on design, and requires extensive use of a circuit layout CAD tool, and SPICE for simulations.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5033

RF Circuit Design

??3 credits

The design and analysis of radio-frequency circuits at the transistor level, with a focus on IC implementations, mainly in CMOS. Narrow band and broadband high-frequency amplifiers including a variety of bandwidth-extension tricks. Design of front-end circuits. Classical control concepts, phase noise, oscillators, phase-locked loops and frequency synthesizers. RF power amplifiers and transceiver design.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5083

Sensors & Systems

??3 credits

Advanced techniques for designing of measurement systems. This includes the design of electronics for sensor interfacing and pre-processing of signals for various measurements such as displacement, force, pressure, temperature and flow.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5093

Intelligent Systems

??3 credits

The theoretical aspects of neural networks, genetic algorithms and fuzzy logic techniques and in relation to the systems design and implementation. At the end of the course, students are able to analyse, conceptualise, design and implement an intelligent system using any of the techniques.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5113

Semiconductor Fabrication Technology

??3 credits

Basic processes involved in IC fabrication: crystal growth to lithographic process of pattern transfer. The practical aspect would cover the major steps of a planar process used extensively in IC fabrication: oxidation, photolithography, etching, impurity doping by diffusion process, and metallization. Electrical testing of the final product to ensure quality, and conformance of product to specifications.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EM5123

Communication System Design

??3 credits

The application of knowledge of communication systems/ subsystems to designing and simulating and translating them for hardware realization.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5133

Image Processing and Computer Vision

??3 credits

Theory, principles and techniques of image processing and computer vision, which includes image acquisition and display, image filtering and segmentation, image analysis and transforms. The practical aspects of the course would cover the problem solving using the techniques and in a simulation. The design project would entail implementation of solutions on real-time DSP systems.

 

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5143

Advanced Computer System Architecture

??3 credits

Issues pertaining to computer system architecture: measuring performance, instruction sets and improving CPU performance - pipelining, memory hierarchies, storage systems and I/O systems.

 

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5153

System Verification, Validation and Test Methodologies

??3 credits

Issues related to system verification, tests and validation for integrated circuits such as pre-silicon verification, manufacturing tests and post silicon validation.

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

EEM5163

Low Power VLSI Systems

??3 credits

Issues pertaining to VLSI systems such as power consumption and specifications in VLSI systems, Low power circuit strategies and low power architectures.

Course Code

Module

?Credit Hour

SNB5022

Strategic Management

??2 credits

This capstone subject in the degree integrates and applies knowledge gained in previous units for the purpose of evaluating complex business problems and formulating policies and strategies for their solution. It seeks to develop knowledge of key strategic management concepts as well as basic skills in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of management strategies. A conceptual framework for the subject is developed covering both the domestic and global perspectives, Integration of existing knowledge in all areas business in an important part of the strategic management process.

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