Electrical and Computer Engineering Diploma (MEng)
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Technical University of Athens
Here is a summary of my diploma and the courses that I have taken during my studies at School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens. This is a 5 year master-equivalent degree with 10 semesters. Up to 5th semester the curriculum was the same for all students (minor changes for a few optional courses). At 6th semester each student had to choose four (2-full plus 2-half) or three (3-full) flows of specialization. My fields of choice were S: Signals, Automatic Control and Robotics (full), Y: Computing Systems (full), H: Electronics, Circuits, Materials (half), I: Bioengineering (half).
List of courses as also my Diploma Thesis (course description link here).
Mathematical Analysis I (Functions of one variable), Linear Algebra, Physics I (Mechanics), Computer Programming, Electrical Design, History of Scientific and Philosophical Ideas, Mathematical Analysis II (Functions of Several Variables and Vector Analysis), Physics II (Electromagnetism), Electric Circuits Analysis, Logic Design of Digital Systems, Programming Techniques, Introduction to Materials, Political Economy, Ordinary Differential Equations, Physics III (Waves and Quantum Physics), Electronic Materials, Numerical Analysis, Probability Theory and Statistics, Electric Measurements (classic), Mechanics (Kinematics and Dynamics of Rigid Bodies), Complex Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, Signals and Systems, Electronics I, Introduction to Computer Science, Introduction to Telecommunications, Electromagnetic Fields I, Electric Measurements (Electronic and Digital), English Terminology, Electromagnetic Fields II, Circuits Theory, Laboratory and Industrial Electronics, Computer Architecture, Introduction to Automatic Control, Introduction to Electric Energy Systems, Stochastic Systems and Communications, Microprocessor Systems, Digital Systems Laboratory, Electronics II, Control Systems Design, Digital Signal Processing, Introduction to Bioengineering and Applied Biophysics, Operating Systems, Microprocessors Laboratory, Image and Video Analysis and Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Introduction to VLSI Systems Design, Advanced Methods for Control Systems, Robotics I (Analysis, Control, Laboratory), Measurements and Control in Biomedical Engineering, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (Biological Signal Analysis and Processing), Advanced Topics in Computer Architecture, Design of Analogue Electronic Systems, Sensors and Microsystems Technology, Computer Vision, Robotics II (Intelligent Robotic Systems), Medical Imaging and Digital Image Processing, Biomedical Technology Laboratory, Neural Networks and Intelligent Systems, Pattern Recognition, Physiological Systems Modelling (Simulation and Control).
Diploma Thesis: Adaptive reinforcement learning for developing robotic skills in dynamically changing environments (pdf in Greek)