BIOEN 585: Computational Bioengineering

Description

BIOEN 485/585 is a 4 credit class with lectures and laboratories. This course will cover methodological and practical aspects of the application of system analysis and computational tools to the solution of biological and biomedical problems. This course is intended for students with a background in bioengineering or related fields. The course provides the resources to use MATLAB and COMSOL to solve computational problems, but students are allowed to use alternative computational tools if they have the resources to do so, because none of the learning objectives are specific to the tools. Assignments include weekly labs and a final team project in which a model is built to solve a biological or medical problem. Graduate students in 585 will identify a topic for the final team projects and all students will work in teams to solve these problems. (Cross-listed with 485, an undergraduate course)
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Details

Credits:

4.0

Quarter:

Spring

Weeks:

1-10

Location:

UW

Time:

-

Course Attributes:

  • Lecture
  • Methods