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Biomedical Engineering Minor

http://catalog.iastate.edu/collegeofengineering/biomedicalengineering/

Minor supervised by an interdisciplinary faculty committee, administered by the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department. The Biomedical Engineering minor is a unique opportunity for engineering students to acquire a multi-disciplinary engineering and life sciences background for entering the field of biomedical engineering.

Energy Systems Minor

http://catalog.iastate.edu/collegeofengineering/energy-systems-minor/

...E E 456 Power System Analysis I E E 457 Power System Analysis II E...

E E 456: Power System Analysis I

(3-0) Cr. 3. F.

Prereq: E E 303, credit or registration in E E 324
Power transmission lines and transformers, synchronous machine modeling, network analysis, power system representation, load flow.

B M E 456: Biomaterials

(Cross-listed with MAT E). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.

Prereq: CHEM 178 and MAT E 216 or MAT E 273 or MAT E 392
Presentation of the basic chemical and physical properties of biomaterials, including metals, ceramics, and polymers, as they are related to their manipulation by the engineer for incorporation into living systems. Role of microstructure properties in the choice of biomaterials and design of artificial organs, implants, and prostheses.

M E 456: Machine Vision

(Dual-listed with M E 556). Cr. 3. Repeatable. Alt. F., offered odd-numbered years.

Prereq: MATH 207 or MATH 317, or permission of instructor
Practical imaging processing techniques, geometric optics, and mathematics behind machine vision, as well as the most advanced 3D vision techniques. Experience with practical vision system development and analysis. Assignments include individual bi-weekly homework; weekly readings and lectures; and a semester-long research project on design and experiment vision systems.

MAT E 456: Biomaterials

(Dual-listed with M S E 556). (Cross-listed with B M E). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.

Prereq: CHEM 178 and MAT E 216 or MAT E 273 or MAT E 392
Presentation of the basic chemical and physical properties of biomaterials, including metals, ceramics, and polymers, as they are related to their manipulation by the engineer for incorporation into living systems. Role of microstructure properties in the choice of biomaterials and design of artificial organs, implants, and prostheses.