ABET BME Syllabus 2010 ROY-1

ABET BME Syllabus 2010 ROY-1 - BME 314: Engineering...

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BME 314: Engineering Foundations of BME Page 1 BME 314: Engineering Foundations of BME 2010 Fall Required or Elective: Required Instructor name: Krishnendu Roy, Ph.D. ( [email protected] ) 512-232-3477 Teaching Assistants: Prinda Wanakule, [email protected] Eileen Dawson, [email protected] 2008-2010 Catalog Data: APPLICATION OF ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS TO ANALYSIS AND CONSTRUCTIVE MANIPULATION OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOMEDICAL THERAPIES. INCLUDES PHYSIOLOGICAL MASS AND MOMENTUM TRANSFER; BIOMECHANICS; STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES, AND BEHAVIOR OF BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND LINEAR CIRCUITS; AND BIOMEDICAL IMAGING. Prerequisite(s): PREREQUISITE: BIOLOGY 311C (OR 211 AND 212), CHEMISTRY 302, PHYSICS 303K AND 103M, AND CREDIT OR REGISTRATION FOR BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 102, MATHEMATICS 427K, PHYSICS 303L, AND 103N. Textbook(s): Enderle, Blanchard, and Bronzino. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering. 2 nd Edition. Academic Press. Other Required Material: N/A Course Objectives: This course is a comprehensive survey of the multi-disciplinary field of biomedical engineering (BME). This course is intended (1) to provide a broad perspective of the
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course BME 314 taught by Professor Frey during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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