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BME 303 Introduction to Computing for Biomedical Engineers Mickey (Mitchell G.) Moore Adjunct Assistant Professor, BME mgmoore@mail.utexas.edu
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2 Teaching Assistants 12820: Monday 3 – 5 pm, ETC 2.144 Gabe Dagani 12825: Wednesday 3 – 5 pm, ETC 2.144 Jignesh Shah 12830: Tuesday 4 – 6 pm, ECJ 3.402 Suhyun Park 12835: Thursday 4 – 6 pm, ECJ 3.402 Shriram Sethuraman
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3 Office Hours • Tuesday 1-2 pm, Wednesday 1-3 pm in ENS 616 (for now – location will change) • By appointment during any other time (in RLM 14.323). May have tutors, graders assigned to class later.
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4 Course Web Page • Blackboard: http://courses.utexas.edu/ • If you are registered for the class, you should be able to see BME 303 listed when you login • Lecture materials (pdf) • Homework assignments (on-line and pdf) • Grades • Membership is mandatory , as is reading the mail sent via Blackboard
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5 Class Structure • Two lectures (3 hours) and one lab/discussion session (2 hours) every week (attendance required) • Small quizzes most lectures (used to take attendance) • Weekly homework assignments • Two midterm exams and one final exam
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6 Course Schedule • Definitely subject to change, except for exam dates • No labs this (first) week • Guest lecturers?
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7 Grade Distribution • Mid-term Exam 1 (Tue, Feb. 22): 15% • Mid-term Exam 2 (Tue, April 12): 20% • Assignments: 30% (both homework and programming) • Final Exam (Mon, May 16, 2-5 pm): 35%
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8 • once a week • will be distributed electronically via BlackBoard on or before Friday morning • due before 2 pm on Thursday (i.e., before lecture) – deadlines extended by instructor (not TA’s) only for serious cause (e.g., medical or personal emergencies) Homework Assignments:
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9 Academic Integrity • All students must follow the Code of Honor • Code of Honor Statement (example): I affirm the solutions represented in my response to the following exam questions are solely mine. Information contained within has not been distributed or obtained from other sources.
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10 Academic Integrity • All work is to be done individually unless stated otherwise by the instructor • Talking things over is generally OK and even encouraged, exchanging or copying files or written work is never OK • If you are having trouble with the assignments, come to us for help
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11 Text Books and Software and Gates to C and Beyond, 2 nd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2003 http://www.mhhe.com/patt2 • LC-3 Simulator and Documentation http://www.mhhe.com/patt2 • Additional materials will be made available as needed via the web, e-mail, or handouts
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My Background • Ph.D. in Physics (not BME) Experimental Pattern Forming Systems - Interfacing computers with experiments - Image and data analysis • Long history with computers: You will hear “Back in my day . . .” stories. • First time teaching this particular course; I
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