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Electronic Engineering Adjunct Faculty - NHTI

Company: White Mountains Community College
Location: Concord
Posted on: January 25, 2023

Job Description:

Electronic Engineering Adjunct Faculty - NHTI Adjunct Faculty: $679 - $836 per credit. The credit rate will be determined by the appointed adjunct faculty rank, which is based on education and industry and/or teaching experience. Clinical Adjunct Faculty: $46.05 - $57.17 per clinical contact hour. The rate per clinical contact hour will be determined by the clinical adjunct level, which is based on education and industry and/or teaching experience. - NHTI is seeking qualified individuals who are interested teaching electronic engineering courses as an adjunct faculty during the 2021 fall semester and the 2022 spring semester. An instructor is needed for each of the following course pairs and must commit to teaching the fall and spring component of each pair. Both course pairs will be taught days and on the NHTI campus. Course pair #1 - Senior Design Project ELET305 fall 2021 and ELET306 spring 2022: These two courses make up the senior project that is required for completion of the electronic engineering technology associate's degree. ELET305 (3-credits) meets for 6 hours each Friday during the fall semester and ELET306 (4-credits) meets for 7 hours each Friday during the spring semester. One hour of each course is lecture and the remaining time is spent in the lab. In ELET305 , students document, design and build a team project that will use a typical industry project management process to complete a project assigned by the instructor. Product design documents will be created to guide this objective. To accomplish this, students learn the mechanics of designing and fabricating printed circuit boards. This includes the use of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools for schematic capture and printed circuit board layout. After fabrication, students assemble, including surface mount soldering, debug, and test the printed circuit boards used for the team project. During the last third of the semester, students selects a Senior Project to be completed in ELET 306C, obtain approval for that project and develop a detailed project definition. Projects may be undertaken individually or as teams and may be internal or collaborative with industry. The project may involve developing a specific circuit or a more general exposure in an appropriate industrial environment. Ultimately, the project must meet the requirements outlined in EL 306 Senior Design Project and receive final approval from the instructor. Having received final approval, the definition will serve as a guideline for the next phase of the senior project, ELET306 In ELET306, students develop, build, debug, test and present the project they defined in ELET305C. Students experience being responsible for the entire project lifecycle from definition, specifications, implementation, testing, evaluation documentation culminating in both written and oral presentation of their project results. Students learn to create records of project activities and time spent through the use of an electronic log book and submit regular progress reports. In the lab they demonstrate proficiency in the use of commercial laboratory test equipment, standard mathematical techniques and circuit simulation methods to accomplish analysis, design and construction of their circuits (analog & digital). Students learn and exhibit discipline-specific project management and teamwork skills as well as the ability to critically analyze problem statements, decompose a problem into sub problems, and develop appropriate solutions. Finally, students learn to develop and give a professional oral presentation. Course pair #2 - Embedded Microsystems ELET144 fall 2021 and ELET144 spring 2022: ELET144 (4-credits) is offered during the fall semester for students majoring in electronic engineering and during the spring semester for students majoring in computer engineering. ELET144 meets for a 2-hour lecture one day each week and a combination 1- hour lecture and 3-lab another day each week. ELET144 teaches students programming in the Intel assembly language using a combination of the Keil uVision 5 IDE and the Digilent MDE 8051 Trainer as the hardware target environment in the lab. The text used is "The 8051microcontroller, a systems approach", Muhammad Ali Mazidi et al. In ELET144, students learn to analyze, design, and implement embedded microcontroller systems. These systems use digital and analog hardware, software, and include interfaces to real world analog, parallel and serial digital, and frequency signals. Student interpret and use coding schemes commonly used in embedded control systems, apply digital logic concepts to the software and hardware elements of microprocessor systems, and develop real-time assembly language programs using linear, polling, handshaking, and interrupt techniques. Students taking this course have completed a course in digital electronics and a course in programming using C++. Education: Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering, computer engineering or a closely related field. Teaching Experience: Teaching experience preferred but not required for candidate with excellent education credentials and professional experience. Professional Experience: At le ast 5 years of relevant industry experience. -

Keywords: White Mountains Community College, Concord , Electronic Engineering Adjunct Faculty - NHTI, Engineering , Concord, California

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