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EE 480/580 Biomedical Electronics Lecture 1
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Contact Info Lecture: Tu,Th 2:00 pm- 3:20 pm Location: 218 Norton Hall Instructor: Prof. Natasha Litchinitser 309 Bonner Hall Tel: 645-1032 E-Mail: natashal@buffalo.edu Office Hours: Wednesday 2:00 - 3:00 pm Course materials: UBLearns
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Our Website http://www.optical-waveguides-modeling.net/Litchinitser/index.jsp
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Nanophotonics Nonlinear Optics Lab What we do… Theoretical, numerical, and experimental studies of linear and nonlinear light-matter interactions in periodic structures and photonic metamaterials Applications of microstructured optical fibers and nanostructured photonic metamaterials for imaging, biosensing, telecommunications, etc.
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What are Microstructured Optical Fibers (MOFs)? MOFs are essentially dielectric cylinders with multiple inclusions running along their lengths
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What are Photonic Metamaterials? Metamaterials are artificial structures that display properties beyond those available in naturally occuring materials NEGATIVE REFRACTION CLOAKING
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Nanophotonics Nonlinear Optics Lab Please visit us… in 418 Furnas Hall or check our Website http://www.optical-waveguides-modeling.net/Litchinitser/
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Biomedical Electronics
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Course Goal To cover fundamental principles and design of various electronic and photonic devices and their applications in biology and medicine
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Interdisciplinary Nature Electrical engineering: bioelectrical and neural engineering, bioinstrumentation, biomedical imaging, and medical devices Optics and Optical engineering: biomedical optics, imaging and medical devices Mechanical engineering: biomechanics, biotransport, medical devices, and modeling of biological systems Chemical engineering:biochemical, cellular, molecular and tissue engineering, biomaterials, and biotransport
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Where biomedical engineers work Industry Government Clinical institutions Academic research
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Biomedical engineering Biomedical engineering is the application of engineering principles and techniques to the medical field. It combines the design and problem
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course EE 580 taught by Professor Dr.natalialitchinister during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Lec1 - EE 480/580 Biomedical Electronics Lecture 1 Contact...

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