Michael E. Bauer

mebauer (at) cs (dot) stanford (dot) edu
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353 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305

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Graduate Courses taken at Stanford


Undergraduate Courses taken at Duke


Fall 2004
  • EGR 53: Computational Methods in Engineering
  • Math 103: Intermediate Calculus
  • Chem 21: Introductory Chemistry
  • Writing 20 Academic Writing
  • EGR 10: Introduction to Engineering
Spring 2005
  • ECE 61: Introduction to Electrical Circuits
  • Math 104X: Honors Linear Algebra
  • Computer Science 100: Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Physics 63: Applications of Physics
  • Religion 41: Christianity
Fall 2005
  • ECE 62: Introduction to Electronic Devices
  • ECE 151: Introduction to Digital Systems
  • Math 131: Differential Equations
  • Math 135: Probability
  • Physics 143: Optics and Modern Physics
Spring 2006
  • ECE 64: Signals and Systems
  • ECE 152: Computer Architecture
  • ECE 170: Electromagnetic Fields
  • Math 133: Partial Differential Equations
  • Religion 129: Science and Religion
Summer 2006
  • ECE 163: Integrated Circuits
  • Biology 25: Introduction to Biology


Fall 2006
  • ECE 252: Advanced Computer Architecture I
  • ECE 254: Fault Tolerant Computer Architecture
  • Math 187: Logic
  • Math 203: Analysis I
  • Computer Science 230: Design/Analysis of Algorithms
Spring 2007
  • ECE 192: Independent Study - Process Variability Tolerant Computer Architectures
  • ECE 251: Advanced Digital System Design
  • Math 121: Abstract Algebra
  • Math 236: General Relativity
  • Computer Science 110: Operating Systems
Fall 2007
  • ECE 193: Independent Study - Process Variability Tolerant Computer Architectures
  • ECE 216: Semiconductor Devices for Integrated Circuits
  • Math 216: Applied Stochastic Processes
  • Computer Science 108: Software Design and Implementation
  • Physics 211: Quantum Mechanics (Audit)
Spring 2008
  • ECE 194: Independent Study - Process Variability Tolerant Computer Architectures
  • ECE 259: Advanced Computer Architecture II
  • Computer Science 140: Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science
  • Computer Science 214: Computer Networks/Distributed Systems
  • Political Science 178: Liberty/Equality and the American Constitution