Course 6-1: Electrical Science and Engineering

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lab for 6.111 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory.

Electrical Science and Engineering (6-1) majors  study circuits and devices, materials and nanotechnology, communications, control and signal processing, and applied physics.

Electrical Science and Engineering (VI-1) majors must complete the General Institute Requirements, the Communication Requirement, and the departmental requirements as they appear in the 6-1 Degree chart below.

This program is accredited by the Engineering Commission of ABET.

6-1 Degree Flow Chart showing classes and requirements
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6-1 Interview with Thilani D. Bogoda
EECS Course 6-1 (Electrical Science and Engineering) and current VI-A MEng Thesis student Thilani D. Bogoda discusses her career path.
UG and MEng. Degree CHECKLIST
You can access the Undergraduate and MEng degree programs checklist here!
SuperUROP: Paper-based-Graphene Glucose Sensors
Faculty Advisor: Prof. Tomas Palacios Contact e-mail: tpalacios@mit.edu Research Area(s): BioEECS, Materials and Devices In this project, we will fabricate graphene sensor devices on paper to provide a low cost solution to glucose monitoring in diabetic patients.
Super-UROP: Energy-efficient Architectures for Next Generation Video
Energy-efficient Architectures for Next Generation Video Faculty Advisor: Anantha Chandrakasan Mentor(s): Mehul Tikekar Contact e-mail: anantha@mtl.mit.edu, mtikekar@MIT.EDU Research Area(s): Circuits, Computer Systems Most video codecs, such as the ones in Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime and YouTube...
Super-UROP: Non-destructive breakdown voltage evaluation of High-voltage GaN FETs
Non-destructive breakdown voltage evaluation of High-voltage GaN FETs Faculty Advisor: Jesus del Alamo Contact e-mail: alamo@mit.edu Research Area(s): Materials and Devices This project is about developing non-destructive and non-degrading techniques to evaluate the breakdown voltage of high-voltage GaN FETs. 
6-1 Interview with Kelly Ran
Interview with 6-1 student Kelly Ran.
6.01 Introduction to EECS 1
software engineering - feedback and control - circuits - probability and planning
6.02 Introduction to EECS II (Digital Communication Systems)
6.02: Explores communication signals, systems and networks. Substantial laboratory experiments illustrate the role of abstraction and modularity in engineering design. Students gain practical experience in building reliable systems using imperfect components; selecting appropriate design metrics; choosing effective representations for information; and evaluating tradeoffs in complex systems.
6.115 Microcomputer Project Laboratory
Introduces the analysis and design of embedded systems. Microcontrollers provide adaptation, flexibility, and real-time control. Includes a sequence of assigned projects, followed by a final project of the student's choice, emphasizing creativity and uniqueness. Final project may be expanded to satisfy a 6.UAP project. 12 Engineering Design Points.  S. B. Leeb