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FALL 2016 CLASS WEBSITES

Course Number Course Name (links to class website) Instructor
EECS 560 Data Structures Man Kong
EECS 639 Introduction to Scientific Computing Suzanne Shontz
EECS 861 Random Signals and Noise Victor Frost
EECS 868 Mathematical Optimization with Applications Suzanne Shontz

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UNDERGRADUATE HANDBOOKS

Select the handbook below that is dated most closely, yet before, the date you were admitted to the EECS department (e.g. If you started in Spring semester of 2009 select the Fall 2008 Handbook):

UNDERGRADUATE FORMS & DOCUMENTS

UNDERGRADUATE CONTACTS

Professor, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies
785-864-8823
2001C Eaton Hall

Primary Research Interests

  • Audio Signal Processing
  • Network Performance
Undergraduate Division
785-864-4485
2001D Eaton Hall

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Association of Computer Machinery

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Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Upsilon Pi Epsilon is an honorary society whose membership consists of outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in Computing and Information Disciplines. It recognizes academic excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the computing sciences. UPE members are chosen not only for their scholastic achievement in computing science, but also for distinguishing themselves as true professionals. Members promote the computer sciences and encourage their contribution to the enhancement of knowledge.

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Eta Kappa Nu

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