Bioe 210: Introduction of Engineering Physiology (2009, 2010)
Mammalian physiology for bioengineering students, with an emphasis on control mechanisms and engineering principles. Basic cell function; biological control systems; muscle; neural; endocrine, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, renal, and reproductive systems; regulation of metabolism and defense mechanisms. Includes laboratory work. Prerequisite BioE 110, BioS 41 and 42.]
Bioe 296: Biological Fluid Mechanics (2011, 2012 )
Fluidic mechincs in biological systems.
Bioe 325: Introduction to Organic Biomaterials (2008, 2011)
Overview of the field of biomaterials, covering basic concepts in biomaterials, biological response and biomaterial applications.
MAT 302: Electronic Properties of Materials (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012)
The electronic structure of materials, i.e., band and zone theory, is presented from a physical point of view. Electrical conductivity in metals, semiconductors, insulators and superconductors is discussed. Simple semiconductor devices reviewed. Magnetic properties are examined in the context of domain theory and applications are discussed. Optical and dielectric properties of semiconductors and ferroelectrics are considered. Prerequisites: MAT 201, MAT 203.
MAT 33: Engineering Materials and Processes (2008, 2012)
Application of physical and chemical principles to understanding, selection, and fabrication of engineering materials. Materials considered include metals, polymers, ceramics, composites and electronic materials. Case studies of materials used range from transportation systems to microelectronic devices.