SANJEEV KULKARNI has taught a broad range of courses and has taught or co-taught courses in four departments (Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Philosophy, and Operations Research & Financial Engineering). He has received seven E-Council Excellence in Teaching Awards for three different courses:
ELE 201 Introduction to Electrical Signals and Systems
A sophomore-level required Electrical Engineering course. Taught Fall 1999-2011.
PHI/ELE 218 Learning Theory and Epistemology
A cross-listed course between the Departments of Philosophy and Electrical Engineering. Taken by students at a variety of levels with a variety of backgrounds. Co-taught with Prof. Gil Harman in Spring 1997, Fall 1997, Spring 1999, Spring 2001, Spring 2003, Spring 2007, Spring 2010, Spring 2012.
ELE 222 Earth (Silicon), Wind (Wireless), and Fire (Fiber-optics): Technologies for the Non-Technologist
A course designed to introduce non-electrical engineering majors to important technological areas within electrical engineering. Co-taught with Profs. Sharad Malik and James Sturm in Fall 2002.
ELE 391 The Wireless Revolution: Telecommunications for the 21st Century
A junior level outreach course that covers technological, social, business, and regulatory aspects of wireless communications. Taught Spring 2009, Spring 2011.
ELE 481 Machine Vision
A senior level Electrical Engineering course. Taught Fall 1991.
ELE 488 Image Processing and Transmission
An upper-level undergraduate course, taken primarily by Electrical Engineering majors. Taught Spring 1992, Spring 1993, Spring 1994, Spring 1995.
ELE 530 Theory of Detection and Estimation
A graduate-level course taken primarily by students in Electrical Engineering with an interest in signals, communications, and control. Taught Spring 1994.
ELE 535 Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
Taught Fall 1992, Fall 1993, Spring 1996, Spring 1997.
ORF 534 Financial Engineering
A graduate-level course in the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering. Taught Spring 2000, Spring 2001.
ORF 535 Statistical Analysis of Large Financial Databases
A graduate-level course in the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering. Taught Spring 2002.
COS 598b/ELE 539b Open Problems in Human and Machine Intelligence
A graduate level topics course. Co-taught with Eric Ristad in Spring 1992.