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Steven Ciccarelli

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-4736
Office Hours
Spring 2020 (2195): Mon 9:00 - 9:50AM, 11:00 - 11:50AM Wed 9:00 - 9:50AM, 11:00 - 11:50AM Fri 8:00 - 8:50AM
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Steven Ciccarelli

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Telecommunications Engineering Technology
College of Engineering Technology

Education

BS, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

585-475-4736

Currently Teaching

EEET-121
3 Credits
Develops the skills to analyze and design practical AC circuits used in electrical systems. Topics include network theorems, reactance and impedance, AC power and power factor, resonance, maximum power transfer, frequency response, and bandwidth.
EEET-111
3 Credits
Develops the skills to analyze and design practical DC circuits used in electronic devices. Topics include resistance with circuit techniques of Ohm's Law; current and voltage division; simplification of series, parallel, series-parallel circuits: bridge and ladder networks: Kirchhoff's source conversions, branch analysis; Thevenin and Norton theorems; superposition theorems and nodal analysis. Inductance and capitance are introduced and transient circuits are studied.
EEET-112
1 Credits
Develops skills and practice in the design, fabrication, measurement and analysis of practical DC circuits used in electronic devices. Topics include the measurement relative to: resistance, current, and voltage with circuit techniques of Ohm's Law; current and voltage division; simplification of series, parallel, series-parallel circuits: bridge and ladder networks: Kirchhoff's Laws; power; and transient circuit behavior. Laboratory verification of DC analytical and techniques is included. Printed circuit board (PCB) design, fabrication, and assembly is also included emphasizing the development of soldering skill proficiency.
EEET-331
3 Credits
Develops the analytical skills to design, develop, and simulate analog and digital filters, control systems, and advanced electronic circuits such as those used in robotics, digital communications, and wireless systems. Continuous-time and discrete-time linear, time-invariant, casual systems are examined throughout the course. Topics include Fourier series, the Laplace transform, signal sampling, and the z-transform. Advanced circuit analysis techniques include circuit characterization in the s-plane.
EEET-122
1 Credits
Develops skills and practice in the design, fabrication, measurement, and analysis of practical AC circuits used in electrical systems. Topics include network theorems, reactance and impedance, AC power and power factor, resonance, maximum power transfer, frequency response, and bandwidth.

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Ciccarelli, Steven M. "Cooperative Learning in DC Circuits Laboratory for Improved Student Success and Equipment Proficiency." Proceedings of the 2017 ASEE St. Lawrence Section Conference. Ed. Dr. Kris Schindler. Buffalo, NY: ASEE, Web.
Rivera, Nelson, et al. "Celebrating Seventeen Years of Success! Or Was It?: Looking More Deeply and Closely at Measures of Success." Proceedings of the NARST: 2015 Annual Conference, April 11 2015, Chicago, IL. Ed. Editorial Board. Chicago, IL: n.p., Web.