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ECE 5760 deals with system-on-chip and embedded control in electronic design. The course is taught by Bruce Land, who is a staff member in Electrical and Computer Engineering. ECE 5760 thanks ALTERA for their donation of FPGAs and development hardware and TERASIC for donations and timely technical support of their hardware.

Final Projects | Policy | Assignments | Staff and Schedule | Links | Lectures (fall'11)

Assignments    Lab exercises | Reading

Lab Assignments

  • 1. One-dimensional cellular automaton (weeks of Jan 27,Feb 3)
  • 2. Video Game with Nios or Pancake (weeks of Feb 10, 17 and 24)
  • 3. Multiprocessor PDE realtime synthesis of a drum (week of March 3 and Mar 10)
  • 4. Julia Set (weeks of Mar 17, 24)
  • 5. Final Project (weeks April 7 to May 5)

Old lab assignments, ideas for labs

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youtube Lectures (2011) and Final projects

Reading Assignments

Schedule and Staff   Schedule | Staff

  • Lecture: MWF 1220-1310 Location: PHL 403
  • Lab Section: Thursday or Friday, 1330-1630, 238 Phillips

  • Bruce Land, BRL4@cornell.edu, 214 Phillips 255-7994

  • TAs:
    Scott McKenzie sjm298
    Miles Pedrone mcp97

Links    Cornell | Altera | NiosII | NiosII RTOS | CPU/COREs | Verilog | Design


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