GE 594 - Project Design

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Project DesignGE594AEA18057IND -    Ali E Abbas
Project DesignGE594AN18114IND -    Angelia Nedich
Project DesignGE594AVO18067IND -    Alexander Olshevsky
Project DesignGE594BPL33555IND -    Brian Peter Lilly
Project DesignGE594CB18148IND -    Carolyn L Beck
Project DesignGE594DEG18138IND -    David E Goldberg
Project DesignGE594DLT18142IND -    Deborah L Thurston
Project DesignGE594DS18072IND -    Dusan M Stipanovic
Project DesignGE594EHW18061IND -    Elizabeth T Hsiao-Wecksler
Project DesignGE594EZ18120IND -    Enlu Zhou
Project DesignGE594HK18152IND -    Harrison Hyung Min Kim
Project DesignGE594HRM18044IND -    Henrique M Reis
Project DesignGE594JML18070IND -    James Michael Leake
Project DesignGE594JP18048IND -    Jiming Peng
Project DesignGE594JSP18052IND -    Jong-Shi Pang
Project DesignGE594JTA18065IND -    James Allison
Project DesignGE594LF18054IND -    Liming Feng
Project DesignGE594LM18113IND -    Lavanya Marla
Project DesignGE594NK18045IND -    Negar Kiyavash
Project DesignGE594QW18132IND -    Qiong Wang
Project DesignGE594RBS18105IND -    Richard B Sowers
Project DesignGE594RP18145IND -    Raymond Lewis Price
Project DesignGE594RSS18050IND -    Ramavarapu S Sreenivas
Project DesignGE594SO18117IND -    Sewoong Oh
Project DesignGE594VB18123IND -    Bruce A Vojak
Project DesignGE594WBH18107IND -    Wilfred Brenton Hall
Project DesignGE594XC35539IND -    Xin Chen

Official Description

Engineering design projects emphasizing advanced engineering analysis, synthesis, optimization, and engineering economics. Course Information: May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours for credit toward the Master's degree.

Course Description

Students must arrange course content with the instructor. Petition to pursue non-thesis option is required http://ise.illinois.edu/graduate/ise-graduate-forms. Engineering design projects emphasizing advanced engineering analysis, synthesis, optimization, and engineering economics. The student will be given the CRN for their instructor's section upon approval. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours for credit toward the Master's degree.

Last updated

8/23/2016