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Internet of Things (IoT) – Part 1

Applications and Architecture

(Interactive Online Course)

  • Date: Aug. 3rd – sept. 14th (if the minimum enrollment limit of 8 is met or TBA)
  • Mondays, 8:00-9:45 pm EDT
  • Length: 7 weeks
  • Instructors: Dr. Mahdi Pirmoradian, Mr. Alex Alaei

Important Notes: 

  • A “Certificate of Completion” will be awarded to you, if you complete at least 60% of the course.
  • The full price of the course is $70. 
  • With early bird registration before July 15th, you pay only $35.

Course Description

The proliferation of wireless devices, smart sensors, internet connected things and big data are making life better and more efficient. The IoT technology is also fast becoming an aspect of industry sectors. This course describes the Internet of Things devices, typical components, challenges and the standards. The software-based platforms and wireless protocols and securities will be studied. Students will learn the importance of IoT networks in society, interfacing between devices and the cloud platforms and cool applications.

Course Content

This course covers the following topics:

1.IoT Applications (3 weeks):

  • Smart Grid
  • Smart Building
  • Digital Grid
  • e-Mobility
  • Renewable Energies
  • Aviation
  • Power
  • Healthcare


2. IoT Architecture (4 weeks)

  • IoT components
  • IoT physical layer connectivity and protocols
  • IoT networking
  • IoT security
  • Big data

Learning Objective

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Define Internet of Things technology and the main components
  • Describe the interaction between software and hardware
  • Describe IoT challenges, security and communication protocols
  • Describe the core hardware used in IoT networks


Basic knowledge of wireless communication

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