Sleep really is important!
management is also very important.
This site provides some useful links on time management.
- What You'll Wish You'd
A Long "Speech" to Students by Paul Graham (good advice
for anyone really)
- Test Prep Review
Free evaluation tests on many subjects and links to tutorials for
help; advice on test taking, too!
- Pathways to
A site for finding STEM programs, funding, mentoring, and resources
for students of all ages--for example, undergraduate summer research
opportunities, graduate fellowships, and postdoctoral positions.
Scads of Data Science Reference Sheets!
A blog post at Data Science Central, the online resource for big data
practitioners, that includes 24 cheat sheets on data science, R,
Python, Excel, and machine learning. It also includes links to
CS and Programming
EM and Other Topics
A Tutorial on Smith Charts
Pete Bevelacqua is a former
student in EE 331 who now works at Apple. He's a fan of Smith
- Smith Chart
lectures on YouTube by Prof. Cynthia Furse
This is the
first of a series of short lectures on Smith Charts. To see the
rest, do a search on cfurse and then look for the ECE 3300 Lecture
12, 12b, and 13 series.
Mathematica EE videos
Some of these videos might help you
visualize topics in EE. If you have Mathematica, you can download the
entire notebook. If you don't, you can still check out the Web
- EM and
circuits applets by Paul
Lots and lots of Java applets to help you visualize EM,
circuits, vector fields, and more!
- Paper about Maxwell's displacement
- MHD video
MHD video 2.
between two parallel conductors.
levitation with a superconductor.
- More superconducting
levitation (and suspension)!.
- Simulation of
earth's magnetic field.
This computer simulation by C. Gissinger shows the
"dynamo effect" in the Earth's liquid outer core. This effect
generates the Earth's magnetic field (shown here by looping
lines). The radial component of the magnetic field is represented
at the surface of the model, which corresponds to the core-mantle
boundary ["When North Heads South," Physics World, 25(3),
on Singular Value Decomposition
I found this tutorial on SVD (and more!) by Todd Will to be extremely
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