Nanoengineering (NANO) and Chemical Engineering (CENG) courses
NANO 103. Foundations in NanoEngineering: Biochemical Principles
Principles of biochemistry tailored to nanotechnologies. The structure and function of biomolecules and their specific roles in molecular interactions and signal pathways. Detection methods at the micro and nano scales. Prerequisites: BILD 1, CHEM 6C, NANO 101, and NANO 102. Department approval required; Priority given to NA25 majors.
Software and web tools: Visual Molecular Dynamics, AlphaFold, Uniprot
Quarter: Spring 2022
CENG 114. Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineers (Cross-listed with NANO 114) Probability theory, conditional probability, Bayes theorem, discrete random variables, expectation and variance, central limit theorem, graphical and numerical presentation of data, least squares estimation and regression, confidence intervals, testing hypotheses. Students may not receive credit for both CENG 114 and NANO 114.
Prerequisites: MATH 20F (MATH 18) and CENG 15 or MAE 8 or NANO 15.
Software: Python, Matlab and Excel
Quarter: Winter 2021, Winter 2022