The background of Emiliano Dall'anese is in the broad areas of Optimization Theory, Signal Processing, and Control. The objective of his current research is to advance theory, algorithms, and analysis for optimization, control, and learning of network systems and cyber-physical systems, governed by complex physical, behavioral, and computational interdependencies. Current application domains include power and energy systems, transportation systems, and collaborative computing.
ECEN 3300 - Linear Systems
Characterization of linear time-invariant systems in time and frequency domains. Continuous time systems are analyzed using differential equations and Laplace and Fourier transforms. Discrete time systems are analyzed using difference equations, Z-transforms and discrete time Fourier transforms. Sampling and reconstruction of signals using the sampling theorem. Applications of linear systems include communications, signal processing, and control systems.
ECEN 5007 - Special Topics
Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
Examines a special topic in Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours.
ECEN 5008 - Special Topics
Examines a special topic in Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering. May be repeated up to 9 total credits.