Orlando Baiocchi, Ph.D.
- Courses taught at UW Tacoma in the Computer Engineering and Computer Science, Global Honors and Undergraduate Core.
- Circuit Analysis and Synthesis
- Linear Systems
- Introduction to Power Systems
- Introduction to Communications
- Transmission Lines
- Fourier Optics
- Optical Signal Processing
- Lightwave Transmission
- Impact of Technology on Society
- History of Technology
- Computers and Society
- Ethics for Engineering and Computer Science
- Theoretical Physics
- Special Relativity
- Physical and Quantum Electronics
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“Overview and Evaluation of An IoT Product for Application Development, with Xing Liu, Fifth International Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Application, July 2016, Kolkata, India (submitted).
“Insights on the Capabilities and Limitations considering RF Propagation in Sustainable Building”, with F. A. N. Silva, H. A. Andrade, F. B. S. Carvalho and C. S. Protásio, (2016), under review.
“An IoT Course for A Computer Science Graduate Program”, International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology (ICCMIT 2016), Cosenza, Italy, April 2016 (accepted)
“On Harvesting Energy from Tree Trunks for Environmental Monitoring" by C.S. Protasio, F. Carvalho, F. Silva, N. Silva, H. Andrade, and I. Muller, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (accepted), March 2016.
“Collaboration Research at the University of Washington Tacoma: Challenges and Opportunities, Keynote/Invited Presentation at the ENCOM Conference, Campina Grande, Brazil. October 2015.
“Development of a Wireless Sensor Network for Indoor Environment Using Wireless”, with M. V. Braga, P. H. D. M. Lampa, F. A. N. Silva, S. M. G. Silva, K. Y. Yeung, C. M. Barret, R. Landowski and F. B. S. de Carvalho, to be presented at the ENCOM Conference, Campina Grande, Brazil. October 2015.