ENGN0510 Electricity and Magnetism
Fundamental laws of electricity and magnetism and their role in engineering applications. Concepts of charge, current, potential, electric field, magnetic field, resistance, capacitance, and inductance. Electric and magnetic properties of materials. Electromagnetic wave propagation. Lectures, recitation, and laboratory.
- Fall 2017 (co-teaching with Prof. Rod Beresford)
- Fall 2018 (co-teaching with Prof. Daniel Mittleman)
- Fall 2020 (co-teaching with Prof. Daniel Mittleman)
- Fall 2021 (co-teaching with Prof. Alexander Zaslavsky)
ENGN1930B Biomedical Optics
This course covers fundamental optics and introduces the principles and applications of the latest optical three-dimensional imaging technologies. It provides students with the opportunities to learn and apply 3D image processing techniques for real-world imaging data.
- Spring 2017
- Spring 2018
- Spring 2019
- Spring 2020
- Spring 2021
ENGN1930B Photonics and Biophotonics
This course covers fundamental optics and various techniques for imaging biological tissue structures and dynamics.
- Spring 2016