EE 100: The Electrical Engineering Profession
Lectures and discussions on topics of importance to the electrical
engineering professional. Continuing education, professional societies,
intellectual property and patents, ethics, entrepreneurial engineering,
and engineering management (1 unit).
Instructor: Professor Robert M. Gray
TA: Raj Bhatnagar
Room: Packard EE Building, Room 101
Time: Mondays 4:15-5:05 p.m.
One absence allowed without prior approval. Additional absences
require prior approval of the instructor or TA as well as attendence
of an approved
alternative seminar and submission of a hardcopy or email report of at
least four pages summarizing the substitute seminar and describing its
relevance to the electrical engineering profession.
Schedule (Subject to change)
The Stanford EE Department and Student Resources
Simon Wong, EE Vice Chair, and Tasha Newson, EE Academic Program Manager
and Student Services Director
Professor Wong's slides (corrected)
Media X, Executive Committee
Executive Director, CSLI
(aka the NPR Math guy)
Graduate School and Admissions
Fabian Pease, EE Associate Chair for Admissions
Debby Brian, Director of EE Graduate Admissions
Norman Naimark, Director
Bing Overseas Studies Program
Engineering Management and the Entrepreneurial Engineer
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Dirctor, Stanford Center on Ethics
Also, short (10 minute) presentation by the
Director of the Stanford Paris Center,
Estelle Halevi, on Stanford and internships in Paris.
Instant Patent Law
Roberta J. Morris
Lecturer, Stanford Law School
No class, Thanksgiving Recess
Experience of recent grads: a panel discussion
Moderator: Raj Bhatnagar, Undergraduate Advising TA
End quarter period, no class.