Sheryl Howard

Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering Dept
College of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Northern Arizona University
P.O. Box 15600
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5600 USA


Contact:

Email: sheryl.howard@nau.edu
Office: NAU Engineering (bldg 69), room 261
Phone: 1-928-523-3504
FAX: 1-928-523-2300

Teaching:

Spring 2011:
Spring 2011 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
MW: 10:15 - 11:45 AM; M: 1 - 2 PM;

Fall 2010:


Fall 2010 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
W: 2 - 3:45 PM; Th: 10 - 11:45 AM;

Spring 2010:


Spring 2010 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
T 2:20-4 PM; W 1-3 PM

Fall 2009:


Fall 2009 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
TBA

Spring 2009:


Spring 2009 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261

Fall 2008:


Fall 2008 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
M: 1 - 2:30 PM; T: 2 - 3 PM; Th: 2 - 4 PM;
Spring 2008:
Spring 2008 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
T: 2 - 4 PM; W: 1 - 3 PM; Th: 2:30 - 3:30 PM;

Fall 2007:


Fall 2007 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
M: 1 - 3 PM; T: 2 - 4 PM; W: 2 - 3 PM;

Spring 2007: EE 348 - Signals and Systems
Spring 2007 Office Hours: Engineering (bldg 69), Rm 261
M: 9:00 - 10:30 AM (in lab); 2:00 - 3:30 PM; Th: 2:30 - 4:00 PM;
Unless otherwise posted, I will be in my office during office hours and available for consultation. If you have a question but are unable to attend any of my office hours, please contact me at sheryl.howard@nau.edu to make an appointment to see me.
Open-Door Policy: If my office door is open, feel free to drop by outside of office hours. However, if my office door is closed, I am not available for questions.

Fall 2006: EE 110 - Introduction to Digital Logic
Quine-McCluskey Links:
www.embedded.com
Wikipedia
EE 110: Proof of DeMorgan's Theorems


Research Interests:

iteratively-decoded error-correcting codes, turbo coded modulation and turbo-embedded synchronization, factor graphs and LDPC design, stochastic decoding, use of ECC in wireless sensor networks, interleaver design, low-complexity approximations to LDPC decoding, and quantization effects.

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