This section contains information for undergraduate and graduate courses taught by Professor Heung-No Lee.
Blockchain (Spring 2018)
Introduction to Compressed Sensing (Spring 2016, Spring 2014, Spring 2011)
Communications Engineering (Fall 2014, Fall 2012)
Channel Coding Theory (Fall 2014, Spring 2013, Fall 2010)
Wireless Communications (Spring 2012, Spring 2010, Spring 2009)
Information Theory (Fall 2013, Fall 2011, Fall 2009)
The following are courses taught at the University of Pittsburgh
Graduate Courses Developed/Taught by Prof. Lee
- EE 2595: Digital Communication Theory (Spring 2004; Spring 2006; Spring 2008): Graduate-level course in digital signal processing and communications system theory.
- EE 2522: Information Theory (Fall 2003; Fall 2005; Spring 2007; Fall 2008): Graduate level course in information theory.
- EE3995: Advanced Topics in Wireless Communications and Networking (Spring 2003). Recent advances in wireless communication and networking.
- EE 3431: Channel Coding Theory & Practice (Fall 2002; Fall 2004; Fall 2006): Graduate level course in channel coding theory.
Graduate Courses Taught
- EE 2646: Linear Systems Theory (Fall 2004): Graduate course on control theory and linear systems
- ECE 2521: Analysis of Stochastic Processes (Fall 2007)
Undergraduate Courses Taught:
- EE1473: Digital Communications Systems
- ECE-COE 0031: Linear Circuits I
- ECE-COE 0041: Linear Circuits II
- ECE1150: Computer Networks
- ENGR 1869: EEs for Non EEs