E M 584: High Pressure Mechanics and Phase Transformations
(3-0) Cr. 3.
Prereq: EM 566 or EM 510 or EM 514 or consent of instructor
Techniques for producing static high pressure and measurements. Traditional and rotational diamond anvil cell. Phase diagrams. Pressure, stress, and plastic strain induced phase transformations: continuum thermodynamics and kinetics. Elasticity and plastic flow under high pressure. Transformation pressure hysteresis. Material synthesis and search for new phases. Interaction between phase transformations and plasticity under high pressure. High pressure mechanochemistry. Multiscale modeling.
M E 584: Technology, Globalization and Culture
(Dual-listed with M E 484). (Cross-listed with MKT, WLC). (3-0) Cr. 3. F.
Prereq: Junior or senior classification for M E 484; graduate classification for M E 584. MKT 484: MKT 340. MKT 584: Restricted to College of Business graduate classification. Open to other graduate classifications with approval of College of Business Graduate office.
Cross-disciplinary examination of the present and future impact of globalization with a focus on preparing students for leadership roles in diverse professional, social, and cultural contexts. Facilitate an understanding of the threats and opportunities inherent in the globalization process as they are perceived by practicing professionals and articulated in debates on globalization. Use of a digital forum for presenting and analyzing globalization issues by on-campus and off-campus specialists.
Meets International Perspectives Requirement.