ESP Biography
JAMIE CHU, UML junior studying EE
Major: Electrical Engineering College/Employer: Umass Lowell Year of Graduation: 2014 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Hi Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)E6004: Circuit Theory I in HSSP Summer 2012 (Jul. 08, 2012)
Are you interested in how circuits work but think its seems too complicated to understand? You are not alone. Take this this introductory course on explain how electrical current flows through a DC circuit. Problems will be solved together in class and supplemented with a few homework per week.
E6040: Circuit Theory I in HSSP Summer 2012 (Jul. 08, 2012)
Are you interested in how circuits work but think its seems too complicated to understand? You are not alone. Take this this introductory course on explain how electrical current flows through a DC circuit. Problems will be solved together in class and supplemented with a few homework per week.
M4792: Statistics K79 in HSSP Summer 2011 (Jul. 10, 2011)
Introduction to statistical reasoning. Emphasis on concepts rather than indepth coverage of traditional statistical methods. Topics include methods of colleting data, and descriptive statistics . Many experiments are conducted throughout the course. On average there is one to two homework problems (sometimes even three) assigned a week.
M4793: Statistics K1013 in HSSP Summer 2011 (Jul. 10, 2011)
Introduction to statistical reasoning. Emphasis on concepts rather than indepth coverage of traditional statistical methods. Topics include sampling and experimentation, descriptive statistics normal distribution and chi squared. Many experiments are conducted throughout the course. On average there is one to two homework problems (sometimes even three) assigned a week.
