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My Teaching Philosophy

I believe the essence of teaching is more than passing the knowns to the next generation. It should also involve mentoring the students to establish their passion, creativity and independence to explore the unknowns in the future.

 

Courses
                               

ECE 4435 Operational Amplifier Design (Spring Semester)

Required Book: Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits, 3rd ed., by Sergio Franco

Ratings 4.93/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2012 class with 9 students registered).

Ratings 4.75/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2013 class with 8 students registered).

Ratings 4.92/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2014 class with 12 students registered).

Ratings 4.60/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2015 class with 22 students registered).

Ratings 4.90/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2016 class with 32 students registered).

Ratings 4.80/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2017 class with 28 students registered).

 

ECE 6420 Wireless IC (Fall Semester)

Required Books: RF Microelectronics, 2nd ed., by Behzad Razavi

Ratings 4.59/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Fall 2012 class with 45 students registered).

Ratings 4.67/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Fall 2013 class with 39 students registered).

Ratings 4.60/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Fall 2014 class with 55 students registered).

Ratings 4.60/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Fall 2015 class with 41 students registered).

Ratings 4.60/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Fall 2016 class with 39 students registered).

 

ECE 3400 Analog Electronics (Summer Semester)

Required Books: Microelectronic Circuit Design, 4th ed., by Richard Jaeger and Travis Blalock

Ratings 5.0/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Summer 2015 class with 8 students registered).

Ratings 4.7/5.0 on "Considering everything, this was an effective course." --- Georgia Tech Student Survey Responses Report (Spring 2017 class with 32 students registered).

 

Last revised on July 3rd, 2013.