# Courses

**APAM E3105 Programming Methods for Scientists and Engineers. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2.5. Lab: 1.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Introduction to modern techniques of computer programming for the numerical solutions to familiarity with basic and advanced concepts of modern numerical programming and acquire practical experience solving representative problems in math and physics.

**APAM E6650 Research project. ***1 point*.

1-6 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser. This course may be repeated for credit. A special investigation of a problem in nuclear engineering, medical physics, applied mathematics, applied physics, and/or plasma physics consisting of independent work on the part of the student and embodied in a formal report.

Fall 2016: APAM E6650 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APAM 6650 | 001/11298 | |
William Bailey | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 002/75929 | |
Guillaume Bal | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 003/20827 | |
Katayun Barmak | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 004/21050 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 005/23733 | |
Simon Billinge | 1 | 2/10 |

APAM 6650 | 006/10318 | |
Allen Boozer | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 007/22550 | |
Mark Cane | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 008/23747 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 009/19487 | |
Chengjun Chen | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 010/21474 | |
Andrew Cole | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 011/28819 | |
Qiang Du | 1 | 2/10 |

APAM 6650 | 012/61142 | |
Peter Esser | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 013/68187 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 014/67599 | |
Irving Herman | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 015/16090 | |
James Im | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 016/70776 | |
Kyle Mandli | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 017/65260 | |
Chris Marianetti | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 018/71977 | |
Michael Mauel | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 019/65088 | |
Gerald Navratil | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 020/63734 | |
Ismail Noyan | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 021/16777 | |
Richard Osgood | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 022/70871 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 023/76769 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 024/26901 | |
Amiya Sen | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 025/75427 | |
Adam Sobel | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 026/76526 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 027/60319 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 028/73905 | |
Francesco Volpe | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 029/70113 | |
Michael Weinstein | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 030/76604 | |
Chris Wiggins | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 031/14282 | |
Shalom Wind | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 032/13324 | |
Cheng Wuu | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 033/71162 | |
Yuan Yang | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 034/16986 | |
Nanfang Yu | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 035/23458 | |
Michael Tippett | 1 | 2/10 |

Spring 2017: APAM E6650 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APAM 6650 | 001/14326 | |
William Bailey | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 002/62220 | |
Guillaume Bal | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 003/28838 | |
Katayun Barmak | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 004/72611 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 005/74909 | |
Simon Billinge | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 006/65119 | |
Allen Boozer | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 007/24725 | |
Mark Cane | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 008/66811 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 009/75846 | |
Chengjun Chen | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 010/18617 | |
Andrew Cole | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 011/66426 | |
Qiang Du | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 012/20680 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 1 | 2/10 |

APAM 6650 | 013/69380 | |
OLEG GANG | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 014/11961 | |
Irving Herman | 1 | 2/10 |

APAM 6650 | 015/61589 | |
James Im | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 016/21916 | |
Kyle Mandli | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 017/60787 | |
Chris Marianetti | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 018/23995 | |
Michael Mauel | 1 | 2/10 |

APAM 6650 | 019/11677 | |
Gerald Navratil | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 020/72014 | |
Ismail Noyan | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 021/21315 | |
Richard Osgood | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 022/11464 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 023/11047 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 024/73045 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 025/70890 | |
Amiya Sen | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 026/11770 | |
Adam Sobel | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 027/70387 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 028/71960 | |
Michael Tippett | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 029/28841 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 030/23582 | |
Francesco Volpe | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 031/25669 | |
Michael Weinstein | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 032/27401 | |
Chris Wiggins | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 033/29052 | |
Shalom Wind | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 034/22614 | |
Cheng Wuu | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 035/16413 | |
Yuan Yang | 1 | 0/10 |

APAM 6650 | 036/14269 | |
Nanfang Yu | 1 | 1/10 |

APAM 6650 | 037/12372 | |
Pat Zanzonico | 1 | 0/10 |

**APAM E9301 Doctoral research. ***0 points*.

0-15 pts.

Prerequisite: the qualifying examination for the doctorate. Required of doctoral candidates.

Fall 2016: APAM E9301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APAM 9301 | 001/69666 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 002/27161 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 003/65494 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 004/10344 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 005/65774 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 006/63361 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 007/64515 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 008/13737 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 009/12818 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 010/21987 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 011/13552 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 012/63838 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 013/76180 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 014/71942 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 015/72598 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 3/10 |

APAM 9301 | 016/25968 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 3/10 |

APAM 9301 | 017/11766 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 018/74758 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 019/22379 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 4/10 |

APAM 9301 | 020/29908 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 021/75437 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 3/10 |

APAM 9301 | 022/71879 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 023/65456 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 024/70217 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 025/29826 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 4/10 |

APAM 9301 | 026/68962 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 027/65356 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 028/18833 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 029/63138 | |
Shalom Wind | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 030/65195 | |
Cheng Wuu | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 031/66355 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 032/76924 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 033/86284 | |
Eitan Grinspun | 0 | 1/10 |

Spring 2017: APAM E9301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APAM 9301 | 001/61066 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 002/23498 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 003/69371 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 004/70466 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 005/70206 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 006/70090 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 007/10100 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 008/74256 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 009/69169 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 010/61998 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 011/70547 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 012/72480 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 013/70196 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 014/27519 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 015/21994 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 1/20 |

APAM 9301 | 016/22163 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 017/76240 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 3/10 |

APAM 9301 | 018/23795 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 019/68576 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 020/60624 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 021/69154 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 022/27751 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 023/11868 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 3/10 |

APAM 9301 | 024/28745 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 025/20600 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 026/20916 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 027/61801 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 4/10 |

APAM 9301 | 028/60178 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 029/24122 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 2/10 |

APAM 9301 | 030/73439 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 031/75739 | |
Shalom Wind | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 032/19576 | |
Cheng Wuu | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9301 | 033/62548 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

APAM 9301 | 034/25157 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 4/10 |

APAM 9301 | 035/29802 | |
Eitan Grinspun | 0 | 1/10 |

**APAM E9800 Doctoral research instruction. ***3 points*.

3, 6, 9, or 12 pts.

A candidate for the Eng.Sc.D. degree must register for 12 points of doctoral research instruction. Registration for APAM E9800 may not be used to satisfy the minimum residence requirement for the degree.

Fall 2016: APAM E9800 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APAM 9800 | 001/64027 | |
William Bailey | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 002/77578 | |
Guillaume Bal | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 003/15127 | |
Katayun Barmak | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 004/69442 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 005/24416 | |
Simon Billinge | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 006/16409 | |
Allen Boozer | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 007/70287 | |
Mark Cane | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 008/71361 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 009/77506 | |
Andrew Cole | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 010/21449 | |
Qiang Du | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 011/29996 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 012/64474 | |
Irving Herman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 013/61147 | |
James Im | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 014/22818 | |
Kyle Mandli | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 015/62436 | |
Chris Marianetti | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 016/71513 | |
Michael Mauel | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 017/22901 | |
Gerald Navratil | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 018/74461 | |
Ismail Noyan | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 019/67557 | |
Richard Osgood | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 020/23626 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 021/16069 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 022/15830 | |
Amiya Sen | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 023/12083 | |
Adam Sobel | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 024/64994 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 025/24866 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 026/12743 | |
Francesco Volpe | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 027/60559 | |
Michael Weinstein | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 028/26016 | |
Chris Wiggins | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 029/11779 | |
Shalom Wind | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 030/73460 | |
Cheng Wuu | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 031/25565 | |
Yuan Yang | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 032/26391 | |
Nanfang Yu | 3 | 0/10 |

Spring 2017: APAM E9800 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APAM 9800 | 001/27002 | |
William Bailey | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 002/67013 | |
Guillaume Bal | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 003/24384 | |
Katayun Barmak | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 004/26927 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 005/27568 | |
Simon Billinge | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 006/64619 | |
Allen Boozer | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 007/19413 | |
Mark Cane | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 008/72690 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 009/67750 | |
Andrew Cole | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 010/74887 | |
Qiang Du | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 011/75376 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 012/26274 | |
OLEG GANG | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 013/15678 | |
Irving Herman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 014/15639 | |
James Im | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 015/10988 | |
Kyle Mandli | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 016/76975 | |
Chris Marianetti | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 017/69204 | |
Michael Mauel | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 018/75278 | |
Gerald Navratil | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 019/66530 | |
Ismail Noyan | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 020/10505 | |
Ismail Noyan | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 021/77735 | |
Richard Osgood | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 022/63536 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 023/27332 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 024/14109 | |
Amiya Sen | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 025/74487 | |
Adam Sobel | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 026/17647 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 027/28794 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 028/69821 | |
Francesco Volpe | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 029/70490 | |
Michael Weinstein | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 030/17681 | |
Chris Wiggins | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 031/28073 | |
Shalom Wind | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 032/25339 | |
Cheng Wuu | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 033/62102 | |
Yuan Yang | 3 | 0/10 |

APAM 9800 | 034/15389 | |
Nanfang Yu | 3 | 0/10 |

**APAM E9900 Doctoral dissertation. ***0 points*.

0 pts.

A candidate for the doctorate may be required to register for this course every term after the coursework has been completed, and until the dissertation has been accepted.

Fall 2016: APAM E9900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APAM 9900 | 001/61006 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 002/65527 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 003/61863 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 004/17381 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 005/10350 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 006/66595 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 007/73413 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 008/28996 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 009/65140 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 010/67504 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 011/10732 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 012/21082 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 013/76985 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 014/65023 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 015/73174 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 016/29750 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 017/68396 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 018/12502 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 019/10567 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 020/72178 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 021/67793 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 022/18009 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 023/25288 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 024/19448 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 025/13260 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 026/28598 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 027/63915 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 028/68408 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 029/68289 | |
Shalom Wind | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 030/20164 | |
Cheng Wuu | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 031/14946 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 032/75006 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 0/10 |

Spring 2017: APAM E9900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APAM 9900 | 001/10148 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 002/16939 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 003/26249 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 004/21454 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 005/27439 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 006/70067 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 007/61556 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 008/70993 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 009/27365 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 010/72182 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 011/23529 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 012/60260 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 013/63329 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 014/11352 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 015/72366 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 016/28353 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 017/73115 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 018/15011 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 019/63500 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 020/63707 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 021/76676 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 022/16767 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 023/64096 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 024/19901 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 025/12049 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 026/19031 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 027/67035 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 028/77022 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 029/71321 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 030/68404 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 031/20308 | |
Shalom Wind | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 032/60900 | |
Cheng Wuu | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 033/22229 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

APAM 9900 | 034/26617 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 0/10 |

**APBM E4650 Anatomy for physicists and engineers. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Engineering or physics background

Systemic approach to the study of the human body from a medical imaging point of view: skeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, and urinary systems, breast and women's issues, head and neck, and central nervous system. Lectures are reinforced by examples from clinical two- and three-dimensional and functional imaging (CT, MRI, PET, SPECT, U/S, etc.).

Fall 2016: APBM E4650 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APBM 4650 | 001/11085 | T Th 4:10pm - 5:25pm Room TBA |
Monique Katz, Anna Rozenshtein | 3 | 11/24 |

**APMA E2101 Introduction to Applied Mathematics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Calculus III.

A unified, single-semester introduction to differential equations and linear algebra with emphases on (1) elementary analytical and numerical technique and (2) discovering the analogs on the continuous and discrete sides of the mathematics of linear operators: superposition, diagonalization, fundamental solutions. Concepts are illustrated with applications using the language of engineering, the natural sciences, and the social sciences. Students execute scripts in Mathematica and MATLAB (or the like) to illustrate and visualize course concepts (programming not required).

Spring 2017: APMA E2101 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 2101 | 001/60085 | T Th 1:10pm - 2:25pm 309 Havemeyer Hall |
Michael Tippett | 3 | 125/164 |

**APMA E3101 Linear Algebra. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Matrix algebra, elementary matrices, inverses, rank, determinants. Computational aspects of solving systems of linear equations: existence-uniqueness of solutions, Gaussian elimination, scaling, ill-conditioned systems, iterative techniques. Vector spaces, bases, dimension. Eigenvalue problems, diagonalization, inner products, unitary matrices.

Fall 2016: APMA E3101 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 3101 | 001/19239 | T Th 11:40am - 12:55pm 516 Hamilton Hall |
Michael Tippett | 3 | 41/52 |

**APMA E3102 Partial Differential Equations. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or the equivalent

Introduction to partial differential equations; integral theorems of vector calculus. Partial differential equations of engineering in rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. Separation of the variables. Characteristic-value problems. Bessel functions, Legendre polynomials, other orthogonal functions; their use in boundary value problems. Illustrative examples from the fields of electromagnetic theory, vibrations, heat flow, and fluid mechanics.

Spring 2017: APMA E3102 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 3102 | 001/13709 | T Th 4:10pm - 5:25pm 517 Hamilton Hall |
Vincent Quenneville-Belair | 3 | 39/70 |

**APMA E3900 Undergraduate Research in Applied Mathematics. ***0 points*.

0-4 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

This course may be repeated for credit, but no more than 6 points of this course may be counted toward the satisfaction of the B.S. degree requirements. Candidates for the B.S. degree may conduct an investigation in applied mathematics or carry out a special project under the supervision of the staff. Credit for the course is contingent upon the submission of an acceptable thesis or final report.

Fall 2016: APMA E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 3900 | 001/23047 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 002/29408 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 003/70726 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 004/68963 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 005/64865 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 2/10 |

APMA 3900 | 006/12394 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 007/23237 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 008/70525 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 009/75700 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 010/75696 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 2/10 |

APMA 3900 | 011/16041 | |
Michael Tippett | 0 | 2/10 |

Spring 2017: APMA E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APMA 3900 | 001/27800 | |
Guillaume Bal | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 002/22758 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 003/20108 | |
Mark Cane | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 004/15640 | |
Qiang Du | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 005/16370 | |
Eitan Grinspun | 0 | 0/20 |

APMA 3900 | 006/16778 | |
Kyle Mandli | 0 | 1/10 |

APMA 3900 | 007/25000 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 008/64666 | |
Adam Sobel | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 009/25789 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 010/16824 | |
Michael Tippett | 0 | 2/10 |

APMA 3900 | 011/21219 | |
Michael Weinstein | 0 | 0/10 |

APMA 3900 | 012/72537 | |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 3/10 |

**APMA E4001 Principles of Applied Mathematics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Introductory Linear Algebra required. Ordinary Differential Equations recommended.

Review of finite-dimensional vector spaces and elementary matrix theory. Linear transformations, change of basis, eigenspaces. Matrix representation of linear operators and diagonalization. Applications to difference equations, Markov processes, ordinary differential equations, and stability of nonlinear dynamical systems. Inner product spaces, projection operators, orthogonal bases, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization. Least squares method, pseudo-inverses, singular value decomposition. Adjoint operators, Hermitian and unitary operators, Fredholm Alternative Theorem. Fourier series and eigenfunction expansions. Introduction to the theory of distributions and the Fourier Integral Transform. Green's functions. Application to Partial Differential Equations.

Spring 2017: APMA E4001 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4001 | 001/12742 | T Th 1:10pm - 2:25pm 503 Hamilton Hall |
Marc Spiegelman | 3 | 54/70 |

**APMA E4101 Introduction to Dynamical Systems. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

An introduction to the analytic and geometric theory of dynamical systems; basic existence, uniqueness and parameter dependence of solutions to ordinary differential equations; constant coefficient and parametrically forced systems; Fundamental solutions; resonance; limit points, limit cycles and classification of flows in the plane (Poincare-Bendixson Therem); conservative and dissipative systems; linear and nonlinear stability analysis of equilibria and periodic solutions; stable and unstable manifolds; bifurcations, e.g. Andronov-Hopf; sensitive dependence and chaotic dynamics; selected applications.

Fall 2016: APMA E4101 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4101 | 001/29298 | T Th 8:40am - 9:55am 403 International Affairs Bldg |
Marc Spiegelman | 3 | 49/70 |

**APMA E4150 Applied Functional Analysis. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: Advanced calculus and course in basic analysis, or instructor's permission.

Introduction to modern tools in functional analysis that are used in the analysis of deterministic and stochastic partial differential equations and in the analysis of numerical methods: metric and normed spaces. Banach space of continuous functions, measurable spaces, the contraction mapping theorem, Banach and Hilbert spaces bounded linear operators on Hilbert spaces and their spectral decomposition, and time permitting distributions and Fourier transforms.

Fall 2016: APMA E4150 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4150 | 001/12391 | Th 10:10am - 12:40pm 1127 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Guillaume Bal | 3 | 9/35 |

**APMA E4200 Partial Differential Equations. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: Course in ordinary differential equations.

Techniques of solution of partial differential equations. Separation of the variables. Orthogonality and characteristic functions, nonhomogeneous boundary value problems. Solutions in orthogonal curvilinear coordinate systems. Applications of Fourier integrals, Fourier and Laplace transforms. Problems from the fields of vibrations, heat conduction, electricity, fluid dynamics, and wave propagation are considered.

Fall 2016: APMA E4200 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4200 | 001/72657 | M 4:10pm - 6:40pm 833 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Vincent Quenneville-Belair | 3 | 65/120 |

**APMA E4204 Functions of a Complex Variable. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: or the equivalent.

Complex numbers, functions of a complex variable, differentiation and integration in the complex plane. Analytic functions, Cauchy integral theorem and formula, Taylor and Laurent series, poles and residues, branch points, evaluation of contour integrals. Conformal mapping, Schwarz-Christoffel transformation. Applications to physical problems.

Fall 2016: APMA E4204 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4204 | 001/66299 | T 10:10am - 12:40pm 1127 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Guillaume Bal | 3 | 25/70 |

**APMA E4300 Computational Math: Introduction to Numerical Methods. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or their equivalents. Programming experience in Python extremely useful.

Introduction to fundamental algorithms and analysis of numerical methods commonly used by scientists, mathematicians and engineers. Designed to give a fundamental understanding of the building blocks of scientific computing that will be used in more advanced courses in scientific computing and numerical methods for PDEs (e.g. APMA E4301, E4302). Topics include numerical solutions of algebraic systems, linear least-squares, eigenvalue problems, solution of non-linear systems, optimization, interpolation, numerical integration and differentiation, initial value problems and boundary value problems for systems of ODE's. All programming exercises will be in Python.

Fall 2016: APMA E4300 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4300 | 001/29500 | T Th 1:10pm - 2:25pm 207 Mathematics Building |
Kyle Mandli | 3 | 115/135 |

**APMA E4301 Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalents.

Numerical solution of differential equations, in particular partial differential equations arising in various fields of application. Presentation emphasizes finite difference approaches to present theory on stability, accuracy, and convergence with minimal coverage of alternate approaches (left for other courses). Method coverage includes explicit and implicit time-stepping methods, direct and iterative solvers for boundary-value problems.

Spring 2017: APMA E4301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4301 | 001/24399 | T Th 11:40am - 12:55pm 1024 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Kyle Mandli | 3 | 14/70 |

**APMA E4302 Methods in Computational Science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: application and knowledge in C, Fortran or similar complied language.

Introduction to the key concepts and issues in computational science aimed at getting students to a basic level of understanding where they can run simulations on machines aimed at a range of applications and sizes from a single workstation to modern super-computer hardware. Topics include but are not limited to basic knowledge of UNIX shells, version control systems, reproducibility, Open MP, MPI, and many-core technologies. Applications will be used throughout to demonstrate the various use cases and pitfalls of using the latest computing hardware.

Fall 2016: APMA E4302 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4302 | 001/21787 | W 10:10am - 12:40pm 415 Schapiro Cepser |
Qiang Du | 3 | 17/35 |

**APMA E4400 Introduction to Biophysical Modeling. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Introduction to physical and mathematical models of cellular and molecular biology. Physics at the cellular scale (viscosity, heat, diffusion, statistical mechanics). RNA transcription and regulation of genetic expression. Genetic and biochemical networks. Bioinformatics as applied to reverse-engineering of naturally-occurring networks and to forward-engineering of synthetic biological networks. Mathematical and physical aspects of functional genomics.

**APMA E4901 Seminar: Problem in Applied Mathematics. ***0 points*.

Lect: 1.

Prerequisites: or their equivalents.

Corequisites: APMA E4200,APMA E4204

This course is required for, and can be taken only by, all applied mathematics majors in the junior year. Introductory seminars on problems and techniques in applied mathematics. Typical topics are nonlinear dynamics, scientific computation, economics, operation research, etc.

Fall 2016: APMA E4901 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4901 | 001/76256 | W 11:40am - 12:55pm 627 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Chris Wiggins | 0 | 29/50 |

**APMA E4903 Seminar: Problems in Applied Mathematics. ***3 points*.

3-4 pts. Lect: 1

Prerequisites: or their equivalents.

Corequisites: APMA E4200,APMA E4204

For 4 pts. credit, term paper required. This course is required for all applied mathematics majors in the senior year. Examples of problem areas are nonlinear dynamics, asymptotics, approximation theory, numerical methods, etc. Approximately three problem areas are studies per term.

Fall 2016: APMA E4903 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4903 | 001/18436 | M W 11:40am - 12:55pm 627 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Chris Wiggins | 3 | 32/50 |

**APMA E4990 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics. ***1 point*.

1-3 pts. Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Advanced calculus and junior year applied mathematics, or their equivalents.

This course may be repeated for credit. Topics and instructors from the Applied Mathematics Committee and the staff change from year to year. For advanced undergraduate students and graduate students in engineering, physical sciences, biological sciences, and other fields.

Spring 2017: APMA E4990 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 4990 | 001/23717 | F 10:10am - 12:40pm 310 Fayerweather |
Jacob Hofman | 1 | 53/85 |

APMA 4990 | 002/29285 | Th 7:00pm - 9:30pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Dorian Goldman | 1 | 31/39 |

**APMA E6209 Approximation Theory. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or some knowledge of modern analysis.

Theory and application of approximate methods of analysis from the viewpoint of functional analysis. Approximate numerical and analytical treatment of linear and nonlinear algebraic, differential, and integral equations. Topics include function spaces, operators in normed and metric spaces, fixed point theorems and their applications.

**APMA E6301 Analytic methods for partial differential equations. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2.

Prerequisites: or their equivalents, Advanced calculus, basic concepts in analysis, or instructor's permission.

Introduction to analytic theory of PDEs of fundamental and applied science; wave (hyperbolic), Laplace and Poisson equations (elliptic), heat (parabolic) and Schroedinger (dispersive) equations; fundamental solutions, Green's functions, weak/distribution solutions, maximum principle, energy estimates, variational methods, method of characteristics; elementary functional analysis and applications to PDEs; introduction to nonlinear PDEs, shocks; selected applications.

Spring 2017: APMA E6301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 6301 | 001/25816 | M 1:10pm - 3:40pm 1024 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Michael Weinstein | 3 | 9/70 |

**APMA E6302 Numerical analysis of partial differential equations. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2.

Numerical analysis of initial and boundary value problems for partial differential equations. Convergence and stability of the finite difference method, the spectral method, the finite element method and applications to elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic equations.

Spring 2017: APMA E6302 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 6302 | 001/70734 | T 10:10am - 12:40pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Qiang Du | 3 | 10/70 |

**APMA E6304 Integral transforms. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or their equivalents.

Laplace, Fourier, Hankel, and Mellin transforms. Selection of suitable transform for a given partial differential equation boundary value problem. Operational properties of transforms. Inversion theorems. Approximate evaluation of inversion integrals for small and large values of parameter. Application to the solution of integral equations.

**APMA E6901 Special topics in applied mathematics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Advanced calculus and junior year applied mathematics, or their equivalents.

This course may be repeated for credit. Topics and instructors from the Applied Mathematics Committee and the staff change from year to year. For students in engineering, physical sciences, biological sciences, and other fields.

Fall 2016: APMA E6901 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 6901 | 001/71179 | M 1:10pm - 3:40pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Michael Weinstein | 3 | 6/35 |

**APMA E8308 Asymptotic methods in applied mathematics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 2. Not offered in 2016-2017.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or the equivalent.

Asymptotic treatment of ordinary and partial differential equations in problems arising in applied mathematics. Asymptotic series. Asymptotic evaluation of integrals. Expansion of solutions of ordinary differential equations: connection problem and turning points. Stoke's phenomenon. Differential equations with a parameter: "boundary layer" phenomenon. Application to partial differential equations: problems from fluid dynamics, wave propagation theory, electromagnetic theory.

**APMA E9101 Research. ***1 point*.

1-4 pts.

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: the permission of the supervising faculty member.

This course may be repeated. Advanced study in a special area.

Fall 2016: APMA E9101 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 9102 | 001/22772 | |
Guillaume Bal | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 002/75207 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 003/15692 | |
Mark Cane | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 004/23120 | |
Qiang Du | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 005/68560 | |
Kyle Mandli | 1-4 | 1/10 |

APMA 9102 | 006/63069 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 007/27629 | |
Adam Sobel | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 008/64895 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 009/12125 | |
Michael Weinstein | 1-4 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 010/60098 | |
Chris Wiggins | 1-4 | 0/10 |

**APMA E9810 SEAS colloquium in climate science. ***0 points*.

0 pts. Lect: 1.

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

Current research in problems at the interface between applied mathematics and earth and environmental sciences.

Fall 2016: APMA E9810 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 9810 | 001/24489 | Th 2:45pm - 3:45pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/35 |

Spring 2017: APMA E9810 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APMA 9810 | 001/76778 | Th 2:45pm - 3:45pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Lorenzo Polvani | 0 | 0/35 |

**APMA E9815 Geophysical fluid dynamics seminar. ***1-3 points*.

May be repeated for up to 10 points of credit. **Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

Problems in the dynamics of geophysical fluid flows.

**APPH E3100 Introduction to quantum mechanics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: the equivalent, and differential and integral calculus.

Corequisites: APMA E3101

Basic concepts and assumptions of quantum mechanics, Schrodinger's equation, solutions for one-dimensional problems including square wells, barriers and the harmonic oscillator, introduction to the hydrogen atom, atomic physics and x-rays, electron spin.

Spring 2017: APPH E3100 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 3100 | 001/26436 | M W 1:10pm - 2:25pm 825 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Irving Herman | 3 | 10/35 |

**APPH E3200 Mechanics: fundamentals and applications. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Basic non-Euclidean coordinate systems, Newtonian Mechanics, oscillations, Green's functions, Newtonian graviation, Lagrangian mechanics, central force motion, two-body collisions, noninertial reference frames, rigid body dynamics. Applications, including GPS and feedback control systems, are emphasized throughout.

Fall 2016: APPH E3200 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 3200 | 001/63187 | M W 10:10am - 11:25am 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Michael Mauel | 3 | 11/35 |

**APPH E3300 Applied electromagnetism. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Corequisites: APMA E3102

Vector analysis, electrostatic fields, Laplace's equation, multipole expansions, electric fields in matter: dielectrics, magnetostatic fields, magnetic materials, and superconductors. Applications of electromagnetism to devices and research areas in applied physics.

Spring 2017: APPH E3300 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 3300 | 001/11287 | M W 10:10am - 11:25am 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Latha Venkataraman | 3 | 11/35 |

**APPH E3400 Physics of the human body. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Corequisites: PHYS UN1202,PHYS UN1402,MATH UN1102

This introductory course analyzes the human body from the basic principles of physics. Topics covered include the energy balance in the body, the mechanics of motion, fluid dynamics of the heart and circulation, vibrations in speaking and hearing, muscle mechanics, gas exchange and transport in the lungs, vision, structural properties and limits, electrical properties and the development and sensing of magnetic fields, and the basics of equilibrium and regulatory control. In each case, a simple model of the body organ, property, or function will be derived and then applied.

**APPH E3900 Undergraduate research in applied physics. ***0 points*.

0-4 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

This course may be repeated for credit, but no more than 6 points of this course may be counted toward the satisfaction of the B.S. degree requirements. Candidates for the B.S. degree may conduct an investigation in applied physics or carry out a special project under the supervision of the staff. Credit for the course is contingent upon the submission of an acceptable thesis or final report.

Fall 2016: APPH E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 3900 | 001/72938 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 002/66688 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 003/20803 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 004/68774 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 005/16451 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 006/77028 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 007/67941 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 008/12794 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 009/72574 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 010/27024 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 011/73069 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 4/10 |

APPH 3900 | 012/24332 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 013/71660 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

Spring 2017: APPH E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

APPH 3900 | 001/18752 | |
Allen Boozer | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 002/13649 | |
Andrew Cole | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 003/10120 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 004/66686 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 005/17839 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 006/60398 | |
Michael Mauel | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 007/63645 | |
Gerald Navratil | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 008/71582 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 009/77322 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 010/11250 | |
Amiya Sen | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 011/20378 | |
Latha Venkataraman | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 012/25621 | |
Francesco Volpe | 0 | 3/10 |

APPH 3900 | 013/63257 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

APPH 3900 | 014/72056 | |
Nanfang Yu | 0 | 0/10 |

**APPH E4008 Introduction to atmospheric science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3

Prerequisites: Advanced calculus and general physics, or instructor's permission.

Basic physical processes controlling atmospheric structure: thermodynamics; radiation physics and radiative transfer; principles of atmospheric dynamics; cloud processes; applications to Earth's atmospheric general circulation, climatic variations, and the atmosphere of the other planets.

**APPH E4010 Introduction to nuclear science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalents.

This introductory course is for individuals with an interest in medical physics and other branches of radiation science. Topics covered include: basic concepts, nuclear models, semi-empirical mass formula, interaction of radiation with matter, nuclear detectors, nuclear structure and instability, radioactive decay process and radiation, particle accelerators, and fission and fusion processes and technologies.

Fall 2016: APPH E4010 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4010 | 001/71671 | T 7:00pm - 9:30pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Stephen Ostrow | 3 | 6/35 |

**APPH E4018 Applied physics laboratory. ***2 points*.

Lab: 4.

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Typical experiments are in the areas of plasma physics, microwaves, laser applications, optical spectroscopy physics, and superconductivity.

Spring 2017: APPH E4018 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4018 | 001/14127 | |
Francesco Volpe | 2 | 15/35 |

**APPH E4090 Nanotechnology. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or their equivalents with instructor's permission.

The science and engineering of creating materials, functional structures and devices on the nanometer scale. Carbon nanotubes, nanocrystals, quantum dots, size dependent properties, self-assembly, nanostructured materials. Devices and applications, nanofabrication. Molecular engineering, bionanotechnology. Imaging and manipulating at the atomic scale. Nanotechnology in society and industry.

**APPH E4100 Quantum physics of matter. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Corequisites: APMA E3102

Basic theory of quantum mechanics, well and barrier problems, the harmonic oscillator, angular momentum identical particles, quantum statistics, perturbation theory and applications to the quantum physics of atoms, molecules, and solids.

Fall 2016: APPH E4100 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4100 | 001/27745 | T Th 10:10am - 11:25am 545 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Latha Venkataraman | 3 | 24/35 |

**APPH E4110 Modern optics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Ray optics, matrix formulation, wave effects, interference, Gaussian beams, Fourier optics, diffraction, image formation, electromagnetic theory of light, polarization and crystal optics, coherence, guided wave and fiber optics, optical elements, photons, selected topics in nonlinear optics.

Spring 2017: APPH E4110 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4110 | 001/15740 | T Th 11:40am - 12:55pm 524 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Nanfang Yu | 3 | 10/35 |

**APPH E4112 Laser physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: Recommended but not required: APPH E3100 and APPH E3300 or their equivalents.

Optical resonators, interaction of radiation and atomic systems, theory of laser oscillation, specific laser systems, rate processes, modulation, detection, harmonic generation, and applications.

**APPH E4130 Physics of solar energy. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or instructor's permission.

The physics of solar energy including solar radiation, the analemma, atmospheric efforts, thermodynamics of solar energy, physics of solar cells, energy storage and transmission, and physics and economics in the solar era.

Fall 2016: APPH E4130 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4130 | 001/74741 | F 1:10pm - 3:40pm 524 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Chengjun Chen | 3 | 11/35 |

**APPH E4200 Physics of fluids. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

An introduction to the physical behavior of fluids for science and engineering students. Derivation of basic equations of fluid dynamics: conservation of mass, momentum, and energy. Dimensional analysis. Vorticity. Laminar boundary layers. Potential flow. Effects of compressibility, stratification, and rotation. Waves on a free surface; shallow water equations. Turbulence.

Fall 2016: APPH E4200 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4200 | 001/68871 | T Th 1:10pm - 2:25pm 545 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Francesco Volpe | 3 | 9/35 |

**APPH E4210 Geophysical fluid dynamics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalents or permission from instructor.

Fundamental concepts in the dynamics of rotating, stratified flows. Geostrophic and hydrostatic balances, potential vorticity, f and beta plane approximations, gravity and Rossby waves, geostrophic adjustment and quasigeostrophy, baroclinic and barotropic instabilities, Sverdrup balance, boundary currents, Ekman layers.

Spring 2017: APPH E4210 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4210 | 001/70312 | Th 4:10pm - 6:40pm 417 Schermerhorn Hall |
Lorenzo Polvani | 3 | 0/35 |

**APPH E4300 Applied electrodynamics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Overview of properties and interactions of static electric and magnetic fields. Study of phenomena of time dependent electric and magnetic fields including induction, waves, and radiation as well as special relativity. Applications are emphasized.

Fall 2016: APPH E4300 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4300 | 001/23640 | M W 2:40pm - 3:55pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Alexander Gaeta | 3 | 21/35 |

**APPH E4301 Introduction to plasma physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Definition of a plasma. Plasmas in laboratories and nature, plasma production. Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic fields, adiabatic invariants. Heuristic treatment of collisions, diffusion, transport, and resistivity. Plasma as a conducting fluid. Electrostatic and magnetostatic equilibria of plasmas. Waves in cold plasmas. Demonstration of laboratory plasma behavior, measurement of plasma properties. Illustrative problems in fusion, space, and nonneutral or beam plasmas.

**APPH E4330 Radiobiology for medical physicists. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent or

Corequisites: APPH E4010

Interface between clinical practice and quantitative radiation biology. Microdosimetry, dose-rate effects and biological effectiveness thereof; radiation biology data, radiation action at the cellular and tissue level; radiation effects on human populations, carcinogenesis, genetic effects; radiation protection; tumor control, normal-tissue complication probabilities; treatment plan optimization.

Spring 2017: APPH E4330 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4330 | 001/60369 | M 5:00pm - 7:00pm Room TBA |
Marco Zaider | 3 | 7/35 |

**APPH E4500 Health physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or

Corequisites: APPH E4600

Fundamental principles and objectives of health physics (radiation protection), the quantities of radiation dosimetry (the absorbed dose, equivalent dose, and effective dose) used to evaluate human radiation risks, elementary shielding calculations and protection measures for clinical environments, characterization and proper use of health physics instrumentation, and regulatory and administrative requirements of health physics programs in general and as applied to clinical activities.

Fall 2016: APPH E4500 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4500 | 001/70625 | Th 6:30pm - 9:00pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Thomas Morgan | 3 | 10/35 |

**APPH E4501 Medical health physics tutorial. ***0 points*.

0 pts.

Prerequisites: Permission of the course coordinator.

Required for, and limited to, MS degree candidates in the Medical Physics Program. Course addresses procedures for personnel and area monitoring, radiation and contamination surveys, instrument calibration, radioactive waste disposal, radiation safety compliance, licensure requirements and other matters contributing to professional competence in the field of medical health physics. Course includes lectures, seminars, tours, and hands-on experience. This two-week tutorial is offered immediately following spring semester final examinations and is taken for Pass/Fail only.

Spring 2017: APPH E4501 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4501 | 001/67241 | |
Thomas Morgan | 0 | 5/35 |

**APPH E4550 Medical physics seminar. ***0 points*.

0 pts. Lect: 1.

Required for all graduate students in the medical physics program. Practicing professionals and faculty in the field present selected topics in medical physics.

Spring 2017: APPH E4550 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4550 | 001/10780 | Th 4:10pm - 5:15pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Cheng Wuu | 0 | 5/35 |

**APPH E4600 Fundamentals of radiological physics and radiation dosimetry. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent

Corequisites: APPH E4010

Basic radiation physics: radioactive decay, radiation producing devices, characteristics of the different types of radiation (photons, charged and uncharged particles) and mechanisms of their interactions with materials. Essentials of the determination, by measurement and calculation, of absorbed doses from ionizing radiation sources used in medical physics (clinical) situations and for health physics purposes.

Fall 2016: APPH E4600 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4600 | 001/65003 | W 4:10pm - 6:40pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Jerome Meli | 3 | 9/35 |

**APPH E4710 Radiation instrumentation and measurement laboratory, I. ***3 points*.

Lect: 1. Lab: 4.

Corequisites: APPH E4010

Lab fee: $50. Theory and use of alpha, beta, gamma, and X-ray detectors and associated electronics for counting, energy spectroscopy, and dosimetry; radiation safety; counting statistics and error propagation; mechanisms of radiation emission and interaction. (Topic coverage may be revised.)

Fall 2016: APPH E4710 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4711 | 001/27589 | M 5:00pm - 10:00pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
John Arbo | 3 | 4/35 |

**APPH E4901 Seminar: problems in applied physics. ***1 point*.

Lect: 1.

This course is required for, and can be taken only by, all applied physics majors and minors in the junior year. Discussion of specific and self-contained problems in areas such as applied electrodynamics, physics of solids, and plasma physics. Topics change yearly.

Fall 2016: APPH E4901 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4901 | 001/11488 | M W 11:40am - 12:55pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Irving Herman | 1 | 11/35 |

**APPH E4903 Seminar: problems in applied physics. ***2 points*.

Lect: 1. Tutorial:1.

This course is required for, and can be taken only by, all applied physics majors in the senior year. Discussion of specific and self-contained problems in areas such as applied electrodynamics, physics of solids, and plasma physics. Formal presentation of a term paper required. Topics change yearly.

Fall 2016: APPH E4903 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4903 | 001/29182 | M W 11:40am - 12:55pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Irving Herman | 2 | 12/35 |

**APPH E4990 Special topics in applied physics. ***1-3 points*.

**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

This course may be repeated for credit. Topics and instructors change from year to year. For advanced undergraduate students and graduate students in engineering, physical sciences, and other fields.

Spring 2017: APPH E4990 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4990 | 001/62035 | W 1:10pm - 3:40pm 1106b Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Alexander Gaeta | 1-3 | 13/14 |

**APPH E6081 Solid state physics, I. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or the equivalent. Knowledge of statistical physics on the level of MSAE E3111 or PHYS GU4023 strongly recommended.

Crystal structure, reciprocal lattices, classification of solids, lattice dynamics, anharmonic effects in crystals, classical electron models of metals, electron band structure, and low-dimensional electron structures.

Fall 2016: APPH E6081 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6081 | 001/68722 | M W 1:10pm - 2:25pm 834 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Chris Marianetti | 3 | 22/35 |

**APPH E6082 Solid state physics, II. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or the instructor's permission.

Semiclassical and quantum mechanical electron dynamics and conduction, dielectric properties of insulators, semiconductors, defects, magnetism, superconductivity, low-dimensional structures, and soft matter.

**APPH E6085 Computing the electronic structure of complex materials. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Basics of density functional theory (DFT) and its application to complex materials. Computation of electronics and mechanical properties of materials. Group theory, numerical methods, basis sets, computing, and running open source DFT codes. Problem sets and a small project.

**APPH E6091 Magnetism and magnetic materials. ***3 points*.

Lect. 3. **Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Types of magnetism. Band theory of ferromagnetism. Magnetic metals, insulators, and semiconductors. Magnetic nanostructures: ultrathin films, superlattices, and particles. Surface magnetism and spectroscopies. High speed magnetization dynamics. Spin electronics.

**APPH E6101 Plasma physics, I. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Debye screening. Motion of charged particles in space- and time-varying electromagnetic fields. Two-fluid description of plasmas. Linear electrostatic and electromagnetic waves in unmagnetized and magnetized plasmas. The magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) model, including MHD equilibrium, stability, and MHD waves in simple geometries.

Fall 2016: APPH E6101 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6101 | 001/72964 | M W 1:10pm - 2:25pm 327 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Michael Mauel | 3 | 7/35 |

**APPH E6102 Plasma physics, II. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Magnetic coordinates. Equilibrium, stability, and transport of torodial plasmas. Ballooning and tearing instabilities. Kinetic theory, including Vlasov equation, Fokker-Planck equation, Landau damping, kinetic transport theory. Drift instabilities.

Spring 2017: APPH E6102 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6102 | 001/69721 | M W 2:40pm - 3:55pm 214 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Andrew Cole | 3 | 5/35 |

**APPH E6110 Laser interactions with matter. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent, and quantum mechanics.

Principles and applications of laser-matter coupling, non-linear optics, three- and four-wave mixing, harmonic generation, laser processing of surfaces, laser probing of materials, spontaneous and stimulated light scattering, saturation spectroscopy, multiphoton excitation, laser isotope separation, transient optical effects.

**APPH E6319 Clinical nuclear medicine physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: or equivalent.

Introduction to the instrumentation and physics used in clinical nuclear medicine and PET with an emphasis on detector systems, tomography and quality control. Problem sets, papers and term project.

Spring 2017: APPH E6319 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6319 | 001/73975 | T 7:10pm - 9:40pm 834 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Pat Zanzonico | 3 | 5/35 |

**APPH E6330 Diagnostic radiology physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Physics of medical imaging. Imaging techniques: radiography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, mammography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance. Includes conceptual, mathematical/theoretical, and practical clinical physics aspects.

Spring 2017: APPH E6330 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6330 | 001/12891 | W 5:30pm - 8:20pm Room TBA |
Sachin Jambawalikar, Yongguang Liang | 3 | 5/35 |

**APPH E6333 Radiation therapy physics practicum. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: Grade of B+ or better in APPH E6335 and instructor's permission.

Students spend two to four days per week studying the clinical aspects of radiation therapy physics. Projects on the application of medical physics in cancer therapy within a hospital environment are assigned; each entails one or two weeks of work and requires a laboratory report. Two areas are emphasized: 1. computer-assisted treatment planning (design of typical treatment plans for various treatment sites including prostate, breast, head and neck, lung, brain, esophagus, and cervix) and 2. clinical dosimetry and calibrations (radiation measurements for both photon and electron beams, as well as daily, monthly, and part of annual QA).

Fall 2016: APPH E6333 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6333 | 001/72622 | |
Cheng Wuu | 3 | 10/20 |

**APPH E6335 Radiation therapy physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: APPH E4330 recommended.

Review of X-ray production and fundamentals of nuclear physics and radioactivity. Detailed analysis of radiation absorption and interactions in biological materials as specifically related to radiation therapy and radiation therapy dosimetry. Surveys of use of teletherapy isotopes and X-ray generators in radiation therapy plus the clinical use of interstitial and intracavitary isotopes. Principles of radiation therapy treatment planning and isodose calculations. Problem sets taken from actual clinical examples are assigned.

Spring 2017: APPH E6335 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6335 | 001/71483 | Th 5:30pm - 8:20pm Room TBA |
Cheng Wuu | 3 | 9/35 |

**APPH E6336 Advanced Topics in Radiation Therapy. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Advanced technology applications in radiation therapy physics, including intensity modulated, image guided, stereotactic, and hypofractionated radiation therapy. Emphasis on advanced technological, engineering, clinical, and quality assurance issues associated with high technology radiation therapy and the special role of the medical physicist in the safe clinical application of these tools.

Fall 2016: APPH E6336 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6336 | 001/61022 | |
Howard Amols, Cheng Wuu | 3 | 5/35 |

**APPH E6340 Diagnostic radiology practicum. ***3 points*.

Lab: 6.

Prerequisites: Grade of B+ or better in APPH E6330 and instructor's permission.

Practical applications of diagnostic radiology for various measurements and equipment assessments. Instruction and supervised practice in radiation safety procedures, image quality assessments, regulatory compliance, radiation dose evaluations and calibration of equipment. Students participate in clinical QC of the following imaging equipment: radiologic units (mobile and fixed), fluoroscopy units (mobile and fixed), angiography units, mammography units, CT scanners, MRI units and ultrasound units. The objective is familiarization in routine operation of test instrumentation and QC measurements utilized in diagnostic medical physics. Students are required to submit QC forms with data on three different types of radiology imaging equipment.

Fall 2016: APPH E6340 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6340 | 001/64670 | |
Sachin Jambawalikar | 3 | 10/20 |

**APPH E6365 Nuclear medicine practicum. ***3 points*.

Lab: 6.

Prerequisites: Grade of B+ or better in APPH E6319 and instructor's permission.

Practical applications of nuclear medicine theory and application for processing and analysis of clinical images and radiation safety and quality assurance programs. Topics may include tomography, instrumentation, and functional imaging. Reports.

Fall 2016: APPH E6365 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6365 | 001/60324 | |
Peter Esser | 3 | 2/20 |

**APPH E6380 Health physics practicum. ***3 points*.

Lab: 6.

Prerequisites: Grade of B+ or better in APPH E4500 and permission of the instructor, or

Corequisites: APPH E4500

Radiation protection practices and procedures for clinical and biomedical research environments. Includes design, radiation safety surveys of diagnostic and therapeutic machine source facilities, the design and radiation protection protocols for facilities using unsealed sources of radioactivity – nuclear medicine suites and sealed sources – brachytherapy suites. Also includes radiation protection procedures for biomedical research facilities and the administration of programs for compliance to professional health physics standards and federal and state regulatory requirements for the possession and use of radioactive materials and machine sources of ionizing and non ionizing radiations in clinical situations. Individual topics are decided by the student and the collaborating Clinical Radiation Safety Officer.

Fall 2016: APPH E6380 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 6380 | 001/11845 | |
Thomas Morgan | 3 | 5/20 |

**APPH E9142 Applied physics seminar. ***3 points*.

Sem: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

These courses may be repeated for credit. Selected topics in applied physics. Topics and instructors change from year to year.

**MSAE E1001 Atomic-scale engineering of new materials. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

An introduction to the nanoscale science and engineering of new materials. The control and manipulation of atomic structure can create new solids with unprecedented properties. Computer hard drives, compact disc players, and liquid crystal displays (LCDs) are explored to understand the role of new materials in enabling technologies. Group problem-solving sessions are used to develop understanding.

**MSAE E3010 Introduction to Materials Science, I. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Introduction to quantum mechanics: atoms, electron shells, bands, bonding; introduction to group theory: crystal structures, symmetry, crystallography; introduction to materials classes: metals, ceramics, polymers, liquid crystals, nanomaterials; properties of single crystals: optical properties, electrical properties, magnetic properties, thermal properties, mechanical properties.

Fall 2016: MSAE E3010 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3010 | 001/61479 | T Th 10:10am - 11:25am 834 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Ismail Noyan | 3 | 9/35 |

**MSAE E3011 Introduction to Materials Science, II. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Introduction to polycrystals and disordered materials; noncrystalline and amorphous structures; grain boundary structures, diffusion; phase transformations; phase diagrams, time-temperature- transformation diagrams; properties of polycrystalline and amorphous materials: mechanical properties and failure, the Drude model of electrical properties, thermal properties; corrosion; materials selection for engineering design.

Spring 2017: MSAE E3011 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3011 | 001/11451 | T Th 10:10am - 11:25am 644 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Ismail Noyan | 3 | 7/75 |

**MSAE E3012 Laboratory in Materials Science, I. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Measurement of electrical, thermal, and magnetic properties of single crystals. Single crystal diffraction analysis, polarized light microscopy, and infrared microscopy in Si single crystals, written and oral reports.

Fall 2016: MSAE E3012 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3012 | 001/22975 | M 12:30pm - 5:00pm 171 Engineering Terrace |
Seung-Yub Lee | 3 | 5/35 |

**MSAE E3013 Laboratory in Materials Science, II. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Metallographic sample preparation, optical microscopy, quantitative metallography, hardness and tensile testing, plastic deformation, annealing, phase diagrams, brittle fracture of glass, temperature and strain-rate dependent deformation of polymers; written and oral reports. This is the second of a two-semester sequence materials laboratory course.

Spring 2017: MSAE E3013 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3013 | 001/18408 | M 12:30pm - 5:00pm 1106b Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Seung-Yub Lee | 3 | 4/35 |

**MSAE E3103 Elements of materials science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Atomic and crystal structures, structural defects, alloying and phase diagrams. The influence of microstructure on the strength and physical properties of metals and alloys, semiconductors, ceramics, glasses, and polymers.

**MSAE E3104 Laboratory in materials science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 1. Lab: 4.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Corequisites: MSAE E3103

Metallographic specimen preparation, optical microscopy, quantitative metallography, hardness and tensile testing, plastic deformation, annealing, phase diagrams, brittle fracture of glass, temperature and strain rate dependent deformation of polymers, written and oral reports.

**MSAE E3111 Thermodynamics, kinetic theory and statistical mechanics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

An introduction to the basic thermodynamics of systems, including concepts of equilibrium, entropy, thermodynamic functions, and phase changes. Basic kinetic theory and statistical mechanics, including diffusion processes, concept of phase space, classical and quantum statistics, and applications thereof.

**MSAE E3141 Processing of metals and semiconductors. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: equivalent.

Synthesis and production of metals and semiconductors with engineered microstructures for desired properties. Includes high-temperature, aqueous, and electrochemical processing; thermal and mechanical processing of metals and alloys; casting and solidification; diffusion, microstructural evolution, and phase transformations; modification and processing of surfaces and interfaces; deposition and removal of thin films. Processing of Si and other materials for elemental and compound semiconductor-based electronic, magnetic, and optical devices.

**MSAE E3142 Processing of ceramics and polymers. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: equivalent.

Established and novel methods involved in the processing of polymers and ceramics. The fundamental aspects of the structure and properties of polymers and ceramic materials; strategy in the preparatory, synthesis, and processing methods for obtaining them. Topics include polymer synthesis, elastomers, thermoplastics, thermoset materials, design and molding processes. Ceramics: inorganic glasses and composites, materials production and principle inorganic chemistry. Processing methodology, conditioning, drying, forming, sintering, and microstructure development. Relevant aspects of transport phenomena, colloid and sol-gel science, contemporary issues in modern polymer and ceramic processing.

**MSAE E3156 Design project. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: Senior standing. Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

E3156: a design problem in materials science or metallurgical engineering selected jointly by the student and a professor in the department. The project requires research by the student, directed reading, and regular conferences with the professor in charge. E3157: completion of the research, directed reading, and conferences, culminating in a written report and an oral presentation to the department.

Fall 2016: MSAE E3156 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3157 | 001/15180 | |
James Im | 3 | 4/35 |

**MSAE E3900 Undergraduate research in materials science. ***0 points*.

0 to 4 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

This course may be repeated for credit, but no more than 6 points of this course may be counted toward the satisfaction of the B.S. degree requirements. Candidates for the B.S. degree may conduct an investigation in materials science or carry out a special project under the supervision of the staff. Credit for the course is contingent upon the submission of an acceptable thesis or final report.

Fall 2016: MSAE E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3900 | 001/60024 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 002/63525 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 003/15176 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 004/18035 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 005/66084 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 006/22544 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 007/72135 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 008/70737 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 009/23143 | |
Ponisseril Somasundaran | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 010/63000 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

Spring 2017: MSAE E3900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

MSAE 3900 | 001/61726 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 002/64674 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 003/70141 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 004/21492 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 005/24112 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 006/75894 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 007/27500 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 008/22607 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 009/14100 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 010/65275 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 3900 | 011/61091 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

**MSAE E4090 Nanotechnology. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: their equivalents with instructor’s permission.

The science and engineering of creating materials, functional structures and devices on the nanometer scale. Carbon nanotubes, nanocrystals, quantum dots, size dependent properties, self-assembly, nanostructured materials. Devices and applications, nanofabrication. Molecular engineering, bionanotechnology. Imaging and manipulating at the atomic scale. Nanotechnology in society and industry. Offered in alternate years.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4090 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4090 | 001/73970 | M W 10:10am - 11:25am 633 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Shalom Wind | 3 | 30/60 |

**MSAE E4100 Crystallography. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3

Prerequisites: equivalent.

A first course on crystallography. Crystal symmetry, Bravais lattices, point groups, space groups. Diffraction and diffracted intensities. Exposition of typical crystal structures in engineering materials, including metals, ceramics, and semiconductors. Crystalline anisotropy.

Fall 2016: MSAE E4100 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4100 | 001/76199 | T Th 4:10pm - 5:25pm 1127 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Katayun Barmak | 3 | 48/60 |

**MSAE E4101 Structural analysis of materials. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: instructor's permission.

Corequisites: MSAE E3103

Geometry of crystals, basic diffraction theory. X-ray diffraction. Techniques and theory of electron microscopy. Analysis of crystal structures and orientations. Microstructure characterization and analysis of crystalline defects.

**MSAE E4102 Synthesis and Processing of Materials. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Prerequisites: equivalent or instructor's permission.

A course on synthesis and processing of engineering materials. Established and novel methods to produce all types of materials (including metals, semiconductors, ceramics, polymers, and composites). Fundamental and applied topics relevant to optimizing the microstructure of the materials with desired properties. Synthesis and processing of bulk, thin-film, and nano materials for various mechanical and electronic applications.

Fall 2016: MSAE E4102 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4102 | 001/12458 | W 7:00pm - 9:30pm 633 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
James Im | 3 | 39/60 |

**MSAE E4200 Theory of Crystalline Materials. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Prerequisites: instructor's permission.

Electronic and vibrational properties of crystalline materials from the atomic scale using classical and quantum mechanics. Introduction to the theory of groups: irreducible representations, Great Orthogonality Theorem, Character tables, degeneration, and product groups. Use of translational and point symmetry to block diagonalize the Hamiltonian, including Bloch’s Theorem. Covers band structures and the concept of band gap formation. Derive elastic constants from vibrational spectra. Tight binding and nearly free electron limits. Survey of electronic and phonon band structures in real materials.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4200 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4200 | 001/26202 | T Th 5:40pm - 6:55pm 633 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Chris Marianetti | 3 | 18/60 |

**MSAE E4201 Materials Thermodynamics and Phase Diagrams. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Prerequisites: equivalent or instructor's permission.

Review of laws of thermodynamics, thermodynamic variables and relations, free energies and equilibrium in thermodynamic system. Unary, binary, and ternary phase diagrams, compounds and intermediate phases, solid solutions and Hume-Rothery rules, relationship between phase diagrams and metastability, defects in crystals. Thermodynamics of surfaces and interfaces, effect of particle size on phase equilibria, adsorption isotherms, grain boundaries, surface energy, electrochemistry.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4201 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4201 | 001/28641 | T Th 11:40am - 12:55pm 545 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Irving Herman, Ismail Noyan | 3 | 38/60 |

**MSAE E4202 Thermodynamics and reactions in solids. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Review of thermodynamics, irreversible thermodynamics, diffusion in crystals and noncrystalline materials, phase transformations via nucleation and growth, overall transformation analysis and time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagrams, precipitation, grain growth, solidification, spinodal and order-disorder transformations, martensitic transformation.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4202 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4202 | 001/26440 | W 7:00pm - 9:30pm 633 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
James Im | 3 | 42/60 |

**MSAE E4206 Electronic and magnetic properties of solids. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: equivalent.

A survey course on the electronic and magnetic properties of materials, oriented towards materials for solid state devices. Dielectric and magnetic properties, ferroelectrics and ferromagnets. Conductivity and superconductivity. Electronic band theory of solids: classification of metals, insulators, and semiconductors. Materials in devices: examples from semiconductor lasers, cellular telephones, integrated circuits, and magnetic storage devices. Topics from physics are introduced as necessary.

Fall 2016: MSAE E4206 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4206 | 001/19909 | T Th 11:40am - 12:55pm 524 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
William Bailey | 3 | 46/60 |

**MSAE E4207 Lattice vibrations and crystal defects. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

An introductory course in topics of solid state physics other than electronics and magnetic properties. Elastic waves in solids. Phonons and lattice vibrations. Brillouin zones. Thermal properties of solids. Defects, such as point defects in metals, ionic crystals, semiconductors, and ceramics.

**MSAE E4215 Mechanical behavior of structural materials. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Recommended preparation: a course in mechanics of materials. Review of states of stress and strain and their relations in elastic, plastic, and viscous materials. Dislocation and elastic-plastic concepts introduced to explain work hardening, various materials-strengthening mechanisms, ductility, and toughness. Macroscopic and microstructural aspects of brittle and ductile fracture mechanics, creep and fatigue phenomena. Case studies used throughout, including flow and fracture of structural alloys, polymers, hybrid materials, composite materials, ceramics, and electronic materials devices. Materials reliability and fracture prevention emphasized.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4215 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4215 | 001/28833 | M W 11:40am - 12:55pm 545 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
William Bailey | 3 | 45/60 |

**MSAE E4250 Ceramics and composites. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Prerequisites: instructor's permission.

Corequisites: MSAE E3142,MSAE E3104

The course will cover some of the fundamental processes of atomic diffusion, sintering and microstructural evolution, defect chemistry, ionic transport, and electrical properties of ceramic materials. Following this, we will examine applications of ceramic materials--specifically ceramic thick and thin film materials in the areas of sensors and energy conversion/storage devices such as fuel cells, and batteries. The coursework level assumes that the student has already taken basic courses in the thermodynamics of materials, diffusion in materials, and crystal structures of materials.

Spring 2017: MSAE E4250 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4250 | 001/29941 | W 1:10pm - 3:40pm 337 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Siu-Wai Chan | 3 | 8/60 |

**MSAE E4301 Materials science laboratory. ***1-3 points*.

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

Materials science laboratory work so conducted as to fulfill particular needs of special students.

**MSAE E4990 Special topics in Materials Science and Engineering. ***1-3 points*.

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

This course may be repeated for credit. Topics and instructors change from year to year. For advanced undergraduate students and graduate students in engineering, physical sciences, and other fields.

Fall 2016: MSAE E4990 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 4990 | 001/76861 | M 1:10pm - 3:40pm 227 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Siu-Wai Chan | 1-3 | 25/45 |

**MSAE E6085 Computing the Electronic Structure of Complex Materials. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: equivalent.

Basics of density functional theory (DFT) and its application to complex materials. Computation of electronics and mechanical properties of materials. Group theory, numerical methods, basis sets, computing, and running open source DFT codes. Problem sets and a small project.

**MSAE E6091 Magnetism and magnetic materials. ***3 points*.

Lect. 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: equivalent.

Types of magnetism. Band theory of ferromagnetism. Magnetic metals, insulators, and semiconductors. Magnetic nanostructures: ultrathin films, superlattices, and particles. Surface magnetism and spectroscopies. High speed magnetization dynamics. Spin electronics. Offered in alternate years.

**MSAE E6100 Transmission Electron Microscopy. ***3 points*.

Lect.: 3

Prerequisites: Instructor's permission.

Theory and practice of transmission electron microscopy (TEM): principles of electron scattering, diffraction, and microscopy; analytical techniques used to determine local chemistry; introduction to sample preparation; laboratory and in-class remote access demonstrations, several hours of hands-on laboratory operation of the microscope; the use of simulation and analysis software; guest lectures on cryomicroscopy for life sciences and high resolution transmission electron microscopy for physical sciences; and, time permitting, a visit to the electron microscopy facility in the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) at the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).

Spring 2017: MSAE E6100 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 6100 | 001/70648 | T Th 4:10pm - 5:25pm 337 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Katayun Barmak | 3 | 4/10 |

**MSAE E6229 Energy and particle beam processing of materials. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: the instructor's permission.

Laser-, electron-, and ion-beam modification of materials to achieve unique microstructures and metastable phases for electronic and structural applications. Fundamentals of energy deposition and heat flow during laser- and electron-beam irradiation. Atomic displacement processes in ion-irradiated materials. Beam-induced microstructural evolution, crystallization, surface alloying, rapid solidification, and metastable phase formation. Review of current industrial applications.

**MSAE E6230 Kinetics of phase transformations. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: the instructor's permission.

Principles of nonequilibrium thermodynamics; stochastic equations; nucleation, growth, and coarsening reactions in solids; spinodal decomposition; eutectic and eutectoid transformations.

**MSAE E6251 Thin films and layers. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Vacuum basics, deposition methods, nucleation and growth, epitaxy, critical thickness, defects properties, effect of deposition procedure, mechanical properties, adhesion, interconnects, and electromigration.

Spring 2017: MSAE E6251 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 6251 | 001/27808 | M 1:10pm - 3:40pm 644 Seeley W. Mudd Building |
Siu-Wai Chan | 3 | 1/35 |

**MSAE E6273 Materials science reports. ***0 points*.

0 to 6 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

Formal written reports and conferences with the appropriate member of the faculty on a subject of special interest to the student but not covered in the other course offerings.

Fall 2016: MSAE E6273 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 6273 | 001/16756 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 002/12183 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 3/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 003/70964 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 004/29535 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 005/29328 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 006/76488 | |
James Im | 0 | 6/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 007/22951 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 008/72983 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 009/71643 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 010/16705 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 011/70076 | |
Ponisseril Somasundaran | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 012/23146 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 5/10 |

Spring 2017: MSAE E6273 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

MSAE 6273 | 001/13771 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 3/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 002/62816 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 3/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 003/63566 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 004/13322 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 005/19547 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 006/62806 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 007/72339 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 008/67530 | |
James Im | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 009/66250 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 010/10638 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 011/18804 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 012/25751 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 6273 | 013/19216 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 6/10 |

**MSAE E8235 Selected topics in materials science. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

This course may be repeated for credit. Selected topics in materials science. Topics and instructors change from year to year. For students in engineering, physical sciences, biological sciences, and related fields.

**MSAE E9000 Materials science and engineering colloquium. ***0 points*.

0 pts.

Speakers from industry are invited to speak on the recent impact of materials science and engineering innovations.

**MSAE E9301 Doctoral research. ***0 points*.

0-15 pts.

Prerequisites: The qualifying examination for the doctorate.

Required of doctoral candidates.

Fall 2016: MSAE E9301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 9301 | 001/12877 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 002/60471 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 003/60983 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 2/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 004/65133 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 005/75857 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 006/64729 | |
James Im | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 007/29602 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 008/70915 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 009/18944 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 010/11774 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 011/63930 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

Spring 2017: MSAE E9301 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

MSAE 9301 | 001/12468 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 002/62108 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 003/61772 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 3/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 004/14328 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 005/25080 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 006/72350 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 007/69114 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 008/72850 | |
James Im | 0 | 1/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 009/11632 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 3/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 010/28547 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 011/66351 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 012/71983 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9301 | 013/25006 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 1/10 |

**MSAE E9309 Proposal of Research for the Doctorate. ***0 points*.

0 to 3 pts.

A written report prepared by the prospective doctoral candidate defining the proposed research for the dissertation, and oral defense of the proposal at the time of the qualifying examinations.

Fall 2016: MSAE E9309 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 9309 | 001/13255 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 002/16173 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 003/20221 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 004/72107 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 005/27595 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 006/24045 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 007/70007 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 008/66585 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 009/22599 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 010/77243 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 011/22454 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

Spring 2017: MSAE E9309 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

MSAE 9309 | 001/65085 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 002/23609 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 003/10644 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 004/17639 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 005/15648 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 006/14918 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 007/13589 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 008/70001 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 009/73040 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 010/62480 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 011/74382 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 012/61908 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9309 | 013/21524 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

**MSAE E9900 Doctoral dissertation. ***0 points*.

0 pts.

A candidate for the doctorate may be required to register for this course every term after the course work has been completed, and until the dissertation has been accepted.

Fall 2016: MSAE E9900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 9900 | 001/61625 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 002/13062 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 003/23729 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 004/19218 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 005/25848 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 006/13092 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 007/72252 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 008/28943 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 009/19295 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 010/22072 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 011/68045 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

Spring 2017: MSAE E9900 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |

MSAE 9900 | 001/70815 | |
William Bailey | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 002/74867 | |
Katayun Barmak | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 003/14730 | |
Simon Billinge | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 004/10762 | |
Siu-Wai Chan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 005/13818 | |
Alexander Gaeta | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 006/67933 | |
OLEG GANG | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 007/21107 | |
Irving Herman | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 008/11897 | |
James Im | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 009/26477 | |
Chris Marianetti | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 010/26739 | |
Ismail Noyan | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 011/29604 | |
Richard Osgood | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 012/73071 | |
Aron Pinczuk | 0 | 0/10 |

MSAE 9900 | 013/18565 | |
Yuan Yang | 0 | 0/10 |

**MSAE S4999 Supervised Internship. ***1 point*.

Prerequisites: Internship and approval from advisor must be obtained in advance.

Only for masters students in the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics who may need relevant work experience as part of their program of study. Final report required. This course may not be taken for pass/fail or audited.

**MSAE E3157 Design project. ***3 points*.

Prerequisites: Senior standing. Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

E3156: a design problem in materials science or metallurgical engineering selected jointly by the student and a professor in the department. The project requires research by the student, directed reading, and regular conferences with the professor in charge. E3157: completion of the research, directed reading, and conferences, culminating in a written report and an oral presentation to the department.

Spring 2017: MSAE E3157 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSAE 3157 | 001/70423 | |
James Im | 3 | 4/35 |

**MSAE E4999 Supervised Internship. ***1 point*.

Prerequisites: Internship and approval from advisor must be obtained in advance.

Only for masters students in the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics who may need relevant work experience as part of their program of study. Final report required. This course may not be taken for pass/fail or audited.

**APPH E4711 Radiation instrumentation and measurement laboratory, II. ***3 points*.

Lect: 1. Lab: 4.

Corequisites: APPH E4010

Lab fee: $50. Additional detector types; applications and systems including coincidence, low-level, and liquid scintillation counting; neutron activation; TLD dosimetry; gamma camera imaging. (Topic coverage may be revised.)

Fall 2016: APPH E4711 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APPH 4711 | 001/62593 | |
John Arbo | 3 | 0/35 |

**APAM E4999 Supervised internship. ***1 point*.

1-3 pts.

Only for master's students in the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics who may need relevant work experience a part of their program of study. Final report required. This course may not be taken for pass/fail or audited.

**APMA E6100 Research Seminar. ***0 points*.

Lect: 3. **Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: or their equivalents.

Corequisites: MATH UN3027

APMA E4101

MATH UN3028

APMA E4200

MATH UN2010

APMA E3101

This course is an M.S. degree requirement. Students attend at least three Applied Mathematics research seminars within the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics and submit reports on each.

**APAM 1601 Introduction to computational mathematics and physics. ***3 points*.

Lect: 3.

Introduction to computational methods in applied mathematics and physics. Students develop solutions in a small number of subject areas to acquire experience in the practical use of computers to solve mathematics and physics problems. Topics change from year to year. Examples include elementary interpolation of functions, solution of nonlinear algebraic equations, curve-fitting and hypothesis testing, wave propagation, fluid motion, gravitational and celestial mechanics, and chaotic dynamics. Basic requirement for this course is one year of college-level calculus and physics; programming experience is not required.

**APMA E2000 Multivariable Calculus for Engineers and Applied Scientists. ***4 points*.

**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Differential and integral calculus of multiple variables.

Topics include: partial differentiation; optimization of functions of several variables; line, area, volume and surface integrals;

vector functions and vector calculus; theorems of Green, Gauss and Stokes;

applications to selected problems in engineering and applied science

** E4260 Electrochemical Materials and Devices: From Structure to Performance. ***3 points*.

**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

Prerequisites: equivalents or instructor's permission

An overview of electrochemical processes and applications from perspectives of materials and devices. Thermodynamics and principles of electrochemistry, methods to characterize electrochemical processes, applications of electrochemical materials and devices, including batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, electrochemical sensors, with a focus on the link between material structure, composition and properties with electrochemical performance.

**MSAE S6273 Materials science reports. ***0 points*.

0 to 6 pts.

Prerequisites: Written permission from instructor and approval from adviser.

Formal written reports and conferences with the appropriate member of the faculty on a subject of special interest to the student but not covered in the other course offerings.

**MSAE S9301 Doctoral research. ***0 points*.

0-15 pts.

Prerequisites: The qualifying examination for the doctorate.

Required of doctoral candidates.

**APPH E9143 Applied physics seminar. ***3 points*.

Sem: 3.**Not offered during 2016-17 academic year.**

These courses may be repeated for credit. Selected topics in applied physics. Topics and instructors change from year to year.

**APAM 4901 Seminar: Problems in Applied Mathematics. ***0 points*.

0 pts. Lect: 1.

This course is required for, and can be taken only by, all applied mathematics majors in the junior year. Prerequisites or corequisites: APMA E4200 and E4204 or their equivalents. Introductory seminars on problems and techniques in applied mathematics. Typical topics are nonlinear dynamics, scientific computation, economics, operations research, etc.

**APMA E9102 Research. ***1 point*.

1-4 pts.

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: the permission of the supervising faculty member.

This course may be repeated. Advanced study in a special area.

Spring 2017: APMA E9102 | |||||

Course Number | Section/Call Number | Times/Location | Instructor | Points | Enrollment |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

APMA 9102 | 001/69570 | |
Guillaume Bal | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 002/28735 | |
Daniel Bienstock | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 003/65986 | |
Mark Cane | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 004/27892 | |
Qiang Du | 1 | 1/10 |

APMA 9102 | 005/10233 | |
Eitan Grinspun | 1 | 0/20 |

APMA 9102 | 006/69233 | |
Kyle Mandli | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 007/70107 | |
Lorenzo Polvani | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 008/74952 | |
Adam Sobel | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 009/77681 | |
Marc Spiegelman | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 010/73847 | |
Michael Weinstein | 1 | 0/10 |

APMA 9102 | 011/28216 | |
Chris Wiggins | 1 | 0/10 |