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Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering

Monash University, Clayton, Vic 3168

Undergraduate Handbook 1999

Clayton Campus

Contents

How to Contact the Department ii

1. Introduction 1

2. The Department 2

2.1 Courses Available. 2

2.2 Academic Staff 3

2.3 General Staff 4

2.4 Other Facilities 5

2.5 Building Plans 5

2.6 Security 8

2.7 Safety 8

2.8 Professional Societies 9

2.9 Scholarships 10

2.10 Prizes 10

2.11 Postgraduate Opportunities 10

2.12 U/grad Exchange Schemes 11

3. Course Arrangements 12

3.1 Credit Points 12

3.2 Enrolment 12

3.3 Time to Complete the Course 13

3.4 Overweight and Underweight Courses 13

3.5 Examinations and Academic Progress 13

3.6 Averages and Honours 14

3.7 Vacation Employment 14

3.8 Individual Subject Requirements 14

4. Course Description - BE 15

5. Course Description - BE 23

6. Course Description - BE/BCom 27

7. Course Description - BE/LLB 30

8. Course Description - BE/BA 32

9. Course Description - BSc/BE 34

10. Course Description - BCSE 37

11. Course Description - BSE 42

Appendices

A: Subject Descriptions 43

B: IEAust Code of Ethics 44

C: Occupational Health and Safety Reference Guide for Students 45

D: Vacation Employment 47

E: Thesis Selection 49

E.1 ECS439x Projects 49

E.2 ENC442x Industrial project 54

F: Technical Report Writing Guidelines 59

G: Prizes 65

H: Important Dates 1999 68

How to Contact the Department

Postal Address Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Monash University
Clayton
Victoria 3168
Australia

Phone Numbers: University 9905 4000
Departmental General Office 9905 3486
Departmental FAX 9905 3454
Security (a/h) 9905 2054

World Wide Web Address: http://www.ecse.monash.edu.au/

The Undergraduate Handbook is published by the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering in order to provide staff and students with essential information and advice on the courses undertaken within the department. All information is accurate at the time of publication but subject to change at any time. This handbook is authorised by Prof. G K Egan, Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering.

18 November 1998

1. Introduction

This booklet is designed to introduce you to your course in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at Monash University’s Clayton campus.

It introduces you to the Department, tells you how to find your way around, and outlines some of the more important regulations governing your course, particularly in relation to safety, enrolment and assessment. Please read these regulations - adherence to them is vital, particularly if you get sick, or need to change the subjects in which you are enrolled.

Each course is described, the subjects outlined and options available explained.

1999 will be a year of many changes for this department, including
• the completion of Building 72,
• relocation of Caulfield staff to Clayton,
• the move from Caulfield of the BE(Electrical and Computing) and
• the introduction of the new BE in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at Level 2.

This Booklet makes every effort to be accurate, but the moves from Caulfield and into the new building will still be underway as the new teaching year commences, and there may be further changes. Any enquiries should be addressed to the General Office in the first instance, which is currently in room G05/35 but should move to its new home in room 102/72 in March.

If you need help...

Should you encounter problems, it is important that you seek help as soon as possible. The staff of this department are here to help you. In addition to Lecturers, who are happy to answer any questions you may have about their particular subjects, your level Coordinator should be consulted if you have any concerns about the course in general.

Level Coordinators:

The Department has designated a coordinator for each level of your course. In 1999 the coordinators are as follows:

Level 1 Dr H Abachi

Level 2 Dr L Kleeman all degrees except BE(Elec&Comp)
Dr T Czaszejko BE(Elec&Comp)

Level 3 Dr M F Conlon all degrees except BE(Elec&Comp)
Dr F Crusca BE(Elec&Comp)

Level 4 Dr G K Cambrell all degrees except BE(Elec&Comp)
Mr B Lithgow BE(Elec&Comp)

Dr D Suter Project Selection

Vacation Employment Mr B Lithgow

Director, Undergraduate Affairs Assoc Prof R A Russell

BCSE Prof R A Jarvis or Prof G K Egan

BSE Prof G K Egan

Only the coordinator can approve your choice of subjects. Enrolment is handled by the Faculty Office, who can advice you on enrolment procedures and the status of your enrolment.

Specialised Services:

The University provides a number of specialised services for students. These services include:

University Counselling Service 9905 3156 University Housing Office 9905 3195

University Chaplains 9905 3160 Language & Learning Services 9905 9181

Student Financial Advisor 9905 3064 University Health Service 9905 3175

2. The Department

2.1 Courses Available.

The department offers a choice of eight undergraduate degree courses to students of electrical and computer systems engineering at the Clayton campus, and a further 2 undergraduate degree courses at the Caulfield campus.

At Clayton, the courses available are:

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Systems (BE)

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Computing) (BE(Elec&Comp))

Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering (BCSE).

Bachelor of Software Engineering (BSE)

Consecutive Degree:

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Engineering (BSc/BE)

Double degrees:

Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Commerce (BE/BCom)

Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Laws (BE/LLB)

Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Arts (BE/BA)

At Caulfield, the course available is:

Bachelor of Technology (BTech(CompSt)).

The first year of the Bachelor of Engineering course is common to all engineering disciplines and taught at Clayton, Caulfield, Gippsland and Sunway campuses in 1999.

These courses, their objectives and focus are described in full in the Faculty of Engineering Handbook 1999. The Undergraduate Handbook you are now reading describes in detail the course requirements and subjects offered in the degrees available at your campus.

Degree with Honours

The degree of BE, BCSE or BSE with Honours is awarded for meritorious performance in the course as a whole. No additional time is required. All subjects are considered in the determination of an honours result, but greater weight is given to the subjects in the later years of the course than to those in the earlier years.

Introduction of common Bachelor of Engineering.

In 1998, a new common first year Bachelor of Engineering course was introduced, leading progressively to a single Bachelor of Engineering course. In 1999, this course will be offered at first year level on four campuses. The second year course in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering will be offered at Clayton only. Students who commenced their Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at Clayton or Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Computing) at Caulfield prior to 1998 will complete the degree in which they were initially enrolled. These courses will both be taught at the Clayton campus only.

Consolidation of the department at Clayton.

With the exception of the common first year Bachelor of Engineering and of the Bachelor of Technology (Computer Studies), which will both be taught at Caulfield, all departmental activities will be consolidated on the Clayton Campus (The first year common Bachelor of Engineering will also be available at Clayton and Gippsland.). This means that all second year teaching of the new Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Systems will be taught only at Clayton. Levels 3 and 4 of the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Computing) will be transferred from Caulfield to Clayton. Levels 3 and 4 of the old Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering will continue to be taught at Clayton.

2.2 Academic Staff

Area of Speciality

Room No.

Room No.

Head of Department

Clayton

Caulfield

Prof Gregory Kenneth Egan
Secretary Miss Lesley Collins

Computer Systems

209/72
209/72

Professors

Prof Robert Edward Morrison
Sir John Monash Chair of Electrical Power Engineering

Power

Prof Raymond Austin Jarvis

Robotics

G11/36

Readers

Dr John Atkinson Bennett

Propagation

219/35

Dr Le Nguyen Binh

Optical Communications

209/35

Dr David Lloyd Morgan

Biophysics

221/69

B3.17

Dr Khok Khee Pang

Video Coding

115/31

Associate Professors

Assoc Prof Thomas Ian Henry Brown
Centre for Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Assoc Prof William Alexander Brown

Computer Systems

G14/36

Assoc Prof Edward Moore Cherry

Electronics

221/35

Assoc Prof Irena Cosic

Bioelectronics

221A/35

B3.17

Assoc Prof Wladyslaw Mielczarski

Power

G17A/35

Assoc Prof Kim Chew Ng

Electronics

111/35

Assoc Prof Robin Andrew Russell

Computer Systems

G05/36

Assoc Prof Peter J Wallace

Power

G17B/35

Senior Lecturers

Dr Hamid Reza Abachi

Microprocessor Systems

112/35

B3.19

Dr Gregory Keith Cambrell

Fields

217/35

B3.15

Dr Michael Conlon

Power

G15/35

Dr Francesco Crusca

Control

132/72

B3.22

Dr Tadeusz Czaszejko

Power

G08/35

Mr Barrie Thomas Harding

Digital Electronics

226/72

B3.32

Dr Donald Grahame Holmes

Power Electronics

G04/69

Mr Stewart Charles Jenvey

Communications

216/35

B3.15

Dr Donald Bryan Keogh

Telecommunications

114/35

Dr Lindsay Kleeman

Computer Systems

G16/36

Dr Robin Phillip Lisner

Power Electronics

G05/69

Mr Brian John Lithgow

Biomedical Engineering

134/72

B3.17

Dr Ming Liu

Control Systems

133/72

B3.22

Dr Nallasamy Mani

Computer Systems

125/72

B3.16

Dr Qi Su

High Voltage

G17/36

B3.18

Dr David Suter

Computer Systems

214/35

Dr Bruce Archibald Tonkin

Telecommunications

125/31

Dr Ahmad Zahedi

Power

G09/36

B3.18

Lecturers

Dr Madhu Chetty

Power

G17/35

Dr Peter Freere

Power Electronics

G05/69

Mr Ian Kaminskyj

Pattern Recognition

226/72

B3.16

Dr Malcolm Alexander Reid

Computer Communications

225/72

B3.23

Mr John Daumants Zakis

Electronics

107/72

B3.24

Management Lecturer

Ms Ros Rimington

227/72

Note: Clayton offices are of the form 204/35 - room 4, second floor of Building 35

Caulfield offices are of the form B3.25 - room 25, level three of Building B.

2.3 General Staff

Professional Officers

Mr Daniel Joseph Grimm

124/72

Mr Philip John Hession

G12/35

Mr Paul Jenkins

125/72

Facilities Manager

Mr Geoff Binns

204/72

Deputy Facilities Manager

Mr Eric Lim

113C/35

Academic Registrar


206/72

Finance Manager

Mr Rod Wealands

220/72

Administrative Officers

Ms Bec Preston

218/72

Ms Roslyn Christine Varley

221/72

General Office
G01/35, moving to 102/72

Miss Maria Mihalakopoulos
Mrs Theresa Gregory

102/72

Store

Mr Ray Cooper

113B/35

Technical Support

4th year Thesis Lab

110/35

4th year Teaching Room

223/72

Biomedical Undergraduate Lab

Mr Brian Webster, Mr John Gloz

224/35

Circuits Lab

Mr Daryl Gaspero, Mr Tom Rottler

103/35

Computer Systems Lab

Mr Daryl Gaspero, Mr Tin Nguyen, Mr Tom Rottler

120/72

Control/Mechanoinformatics Lab

Mr Daryl Gaspero, Mr Tin Nguyen, Mr Tom Rottler

136/72

Computer Systems(DSP) Lab

Mr Daryl Gaspero, Mr Tin Nguyen, Mr Tom Rottler

127/72

Electronics and Telecom. Computer Lab

Mr Brian Webster, Mr John Gloz

215/35

Electronics Lab

Mr Brian Webster, Mr John Gloz

220/35

Electronics Workshop

Mr Wojciech Wrzesinski, Mr Ray Chapman, Mr Tony Davidenko, Mr Tin Nguyen

116/35

Mechanical Workshop

Mr Maurice Gay, Mr Paul Truden

101/35

PC Boards

Mr Duc Le

G07/35

Power Lab

Mr Martin Linzner, Mr George Yu, Mr Daniel Linzner

G02/35

Telecommunications Lab

Mr Brian Webster, Mr John Gloz

213/35

2.4 Other Facilities

Departmental Library

Students requiring access to departmental reports, final year and postgraduate theses or other material in the departmental library must arrange access with their academic supervisor. All removals must be recorded on the catalog cards.

118/72

Components Store

Components may only be obtained from the store if the student has the signed authority of their academic supervisor. Access is not permitted to the store at any time.

113/35

Level 4 Common Room

The undergraduate common room, located in room G04, building 36, is for the use of level four ECSE students only. It is furnished with easy chairs, desks, bookshelves, a wide selection of journals and general interest engineering publications and lockers and has limited food preparation facilities. Access to the room is from 7am to 5:30pm during weekdays. The key-code to operate the security lock will be issued at the start of semester 1. The room must be kept clean and tidy at all times or use of the room may be withdrawn.

G04/36

Level 4 Room

Many classes at Level 4 are held in Room 223/72. Notices for Level 4 students are often displayed here and handouts are sometimes left here. It can be made available for after hours study under certain conditions.

223/72

Main Noticeboard

It is the responsibility of all students of the Department to read this noticeboard, as many items of importance will be communicated in this way. As the board is locked, items from students for inclusion on the board may be handed to the Facilities Manager.

Vacation Employment opportunities are posted on the noticeboard adjacent to the staff room (109/B35).

1st Floor West Stairs/35

Levels 2&3 Noticeboards

Outside 116/35

Eastern End

Level 4 Noticeboard

Inside 223/72

Pigeon Holes

Assignments and Laboratory reports are to be handed in by depositing in the appropriate pigeonhole adjacent to the Main Noticeboard.

1st Floor
outside 118/72

2.5 Building Plans

Building 31, Clayton First Floor

Building 35, Clayton Second Floor



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