EE 400 is a 2-credit course designed to lay the foundation for EE 497/498 (Entrepreneurial Capstone I and II) by studying topics
in innovation readiness, entrepreneurship, project management, IP/patents, budgeting, procurement, and systems engineering.
Payman Arabshahi, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics Laboratory,
(206) 221-6990. Office hours: after class (JHN 075), or by appointment.
John D. Sahr, Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
(206) 685-1793. Office hours: after class (JHN 075), or by appointment.
Teaching Assistant: Kyle Lashbrook,
Office Hours: TBD in TBD, or by appointment.
Class Mailing List:
- Readings and Summaries: 20% - Every other week a reading and summary of the topic, plus thoughts on the importance and parallels of systems engineering based upon the reading. About one page.
- Homeworks: 20% - Every other week. Homework will be graded/checked mainly for completion, and the amount of qualitative thought that goes into each answer.
- Project: 60% - Based on a new design or existing design, which will be broken down and reconstructed using the Systems Engineering Process.