Syllabus

Universités de Bourgogne et de Franche Comté

Lectures for PhD students

The following lectures are primarily intended for PhD students and fellows. Everybody is welcome as a guest (from other universities, labs and companies, high school instructors, etc.)
  1. E. Rubiola, The scientific publication. How to communicate scientific ideas in journals, conferences and books, how the mechanism underneath works, and how to target audience and publisher. The last lecture is about starting an academic career abroad.
    For broad audience, this course falls in the cathegory of "humanities."
    You can see this course on the Ecole Doctorale web page, and download the summary.
    Schedule: 5 lectures, Monday 10:00-12:00 AM from March 6 to April 3, 2017,
    ENSMM, Room 0.34.32 (building Descartes, access from the main entrance)
    Lecture no. 1, Mon 6 March 2017 10:00-12:00 AM. Download the most recent slideshow.
    Lecture no. 2, Mon 13 March 2017 10:00-12:00 AM. Download the most recent slideshow.
    Lecture no. 3, Mon 20 March 2017 10:00-12:00 AM. Download the most recent slideshow.
    Lecture no. 4, Mon 27 March 2017 10:00-12:00 AM. Download the most recent slideshow.
    Lecture no. 5, Mon 3 April 2017 10:00-12:00 AM. Download the most recent slideshow.
    Download the most recent complete slideshow (Spring 2016).

  2. E. Rubiola, Short course on Frequency and amplitude stability in oscillators from RF/microwaves to optics. Five 3-H lectures on 2.5 days, April 2017, from Monday 10 to Wednesday 12.
    You can see this course on the Ecole Doctorale web page, and download the summary.
    ENSMM, Room 005 (on the left from the main entrance, building Tesla, ground floor)
    Lecture no. 1, Mon 10 April, 9:00 - 12:30,
    Lecture no. 2, Mon 10 April, 14:00 - 17:30,
    Lecture no. 3, Tue 11 April, 9:00 - 12:30,
    Lecture no. 4, Tue 11 April, 14:00 - 17:30,
    Lecture no. 5, Wed 12 April, 9:00 - 12:30,
    Each lecture has 30 M break in the middle.
    All slides will be available on this page.
    Download the most recent complete set (Spring 2016).

  3. E. Rubiola, Electrical Instruments for engineering and experimental sciences. Anglo-saxon empiricism to understanding the basics of the measurement and the very few instruments of general usefulness.
    For broad audience, but available only after approval of the Ecole Doctorale.

Other courses

Work in progress
  1. General interest

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Université Henri Poincaré

  1. E. Rubiola, Lecture notes of electronics, Nancy, 2005 (124 pages + cover, PDF 67.3 MB).

  2. E. Rubiola, F. Faucheux, Travaux Dirigés d'Electronique, Nancy, 2004 (in French, 64 pages + cover, PDF 1 MB).

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Politecnico di Torino

  1. E. Rubiola, Misure elettroniche, esercitazioni di laboratorio, Torino, 2000 (in Italian, 53 pages, PDF 503 kB).

  2. E. Rubiola, Codici PRN, sincronizzazione e correlazione, Torino, 2000 (in Italian, 9 pages, PDF 440 kB). Handwritten notes.

  3. E. Rubiola, A. De Marchi, S. Leschiutta, Esercizi di misure elettriche ed elettroniche (in Italian), CLUT, Torino, January 1996. ISBN 88-7992-101-0

  4. E. Rubiola, Laboratorio di misure elettriche ed elettroniche (in Italian), CLUT, Torino, October 1993. ISBN 88-7992-081-2

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Universitá di Parma

The lecture notes are no longer distributed, sorry
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