* ELE 102 (ST)
New Eyes for the World: Hands-On Optical Engineering
This hands-on lab course introduces students to several modern topics of engineering optics. Teams of students will choose and carry out four different projects: (i) holography, (ii) lasers (iii) free-space optical communication, and/or (iv) nanotechnology. The course teaches the foundations and broader societal issues of these technologies. The laboratory sessions involve hands-on instructional training, as well as individual experimentation and exploration. Skills acquired in this course include computer programming of user interfaces, data acquisition and interpretation, wet chemical processing, and electronics design assembly.
Sample reading list:
Lisa K. Wells and Jeffrey Travis, LabView for Everyone: Graphical Programming Made Even Easier
Caroline Seydel, Quantum Dots Get Wet, Science, V. 300, issue 5616, 2003.
Final Exam - 30%
Quizzes - 10%
Lab Reports - 25%
Class/Precept Participation - 35%
Open to Freshmen and Sophomores Only.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
None. Participation of non-science/engineering and interdisciplinary students is strongly encouraged..
Teams consist of up to four students.
|40318||L01||1:30 pm - 2:50 pm||T||Friend Center of Engineering 108||Enrolled:19 Limit:26|
|40319||B01||1:30 pm - 4:20 pm||M||Engineering Quad F-Wing F116||Enrolled:11 Limit:13|
|40320||B02||1:30 pm - 4:20 pm||Th||Engineering Quad F-Wing F116||Enrolled:8 Limit:13|