Selected Teaching Activity of George Kesidis

Prof. of EE and CSE

Pennsylvania State University

kesidis at engr dot psu dot edu

           

 

Introduction to Frequency Domain Analysis of Linear and Time-Invariant Systems:

This course is typically taught to sophomores or juniors in electrical and computer engineering.

At PSU, the course is EE 350 (or EE 353 for non-EE majors) and the reference is B.P. Lathi’s book, “Signal Processing & Linear Systems.”

A very useful resource with lots of solved problems and exams is http://courses.ee.psu.edu/schiano/EE350

My slide-deck for this course is here: slidedeck

My slide-deck for the discrete-time material is here: slidedeck

 

 

Introduction to Probability:

This course is typically taught to juniors in electrical and computer engineering.

Some good references include:

       H. Stark and J.W. Woods. Probability, Statistics and Random Processes for Engineers. Prentice-Hall.

       Sheldon Ross. A First Course in Probability.  Pearson.

       Santosh S. Venkatesh.The Theory of Probability: Explorations and Applications. Cambridge.

       Y.A. Rozanov. A concise course in probability. Dover publishers.

My slide-deck for this course is here: slidedeck

A tricky proof for the problem of best-of games is here: best-of-games

 

 

Introduction to Probability Theory:

My slide-deck on preliminaries of measure-theoretic probability is here: slidedeck

 

 

Introduction to Discrete Mathematics:

This course is typically taught to sophomores or juniors in computer science and engineering.

At PSU, the course is CMPSC 360 and the reference I’ve used in the past is the book by S. Epp.

My slide-deck for this course, largely cobbled together from those of others, is here: slidedeck

My slide-deck for an introduction to graph theory is here: slidedeck

 

 

 

Introduction to Performance Evaluation:

This is a first-year graduate course. At PSU, the course is CSE 517.

My slide-deck for this course is here: slidedeck