Teaching

Receiving the John Kaichiro Nakayama and Tome Miyaguchi Nakayama Endowed Professorship for Teaching Excellence from from Dean Ricardo Jacquez, College of Engineering (Oct. 2012).

Receiving the John Kaichiro Nakayama and Tome Miyaguchi Nakayama Endowed Professorship for Teaching Excellence from Dean Ricardo Jacquez, College of Engineering (Oct. 2012). Prof. De Leon held the Nakayama professorship until Oct. 2014 when he was awarded the Paul W. and Valerie Klipsch Distinguished Professorship in Electrical and Computer Engineering which he currently holds.

EE312 Signals and Systems I

EE395 Intro Digital Signal Processing (DSP)

EE442/EE592 Real-Time Dig Sig Proc

EE443/EE593 Mobile Application Development

EE545 Digital Signal Processing (DSP)

EE555 Advanced Linear Systems

EE565 Pattern Recognition & Machine Learning

EE589 Digital Speech Processing

EE594 Adaptive Signal Processing


Sample course plan for graduate students

Thesis option minimum 24 credit hours coursework, 6 credit hours EE599. Click here for more details.

Fall Year 1
EE545 Digital Signal Processing II (3 Cr) *^
EE571 Probability and Random Processes (3 Cr) *^
MATH480 Linear Algebra (3 Cr)
Spring Year 1
EE581 Digital Communications (3 Cr)
EE593 Mobile Application Development (3 Cr)
EE599 Thesis (3 Cr)
Fall Year 2
EE5xx (graduate core or breadth course) (3 Cr) *
EE599 Thesis (3 Cr)
Spring Year 2
EE5xx Elective course (3 Cr)
EE565 Pattern Recognition & Machine Learning (3 Cr)

Plan can be customized for student’s academic objectives and goals. NMSU Graduate School
*Denotes graduate core course. ^ Denotes required course for DSP specialization.