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Biological Principles in Wastewater Treatment (edX)

This course introduces biological principles used in the design and operation of biological wastewater treatment plants. Water scarcity is one of the most critical challenges in human society. Billions of people in the world have poor access to clean water and such a situation is getting worse with rapid [...]

Introduction to Scientific Machine Learning (edX)

Jan 9th 2023
Introduction to Scientific Machine Learning (edX)
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Learn the basics of machine learning with hands-on practical examples on engineering applications. This course provides an introduction to data analytics for individuals with no prior knowledge of data science or machine learning. The course starts with an extensive review of probability theory as the language of uncertainty, discusses [...]

Semiconductor Fundamentals (edX)

Jan 9th 2023
Semiconductor Fundamentals (edX)
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From smartphones to satellites, semiconductors are everywhere. Tying together physics, chemistry, and electrical engineering, this easy-to-follow introduction provides the background needed to understand devices such as transistors and solar cells. This course provides the essential foundations required to understand the operation of semiconductor devices such as transistors, diodes, solar [...]

Solid State Devices 1 (edX)

Jan 9th 2023
Solid State Devices 1 (edX)
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Semiconductor are everywhere in human activities, from your credit card to space exploration. This graduate-level introduction brings aspects of physics, chemistry, and engineering together to understand, analyze, and design transistors and solar cells. This course provides the graduate-level introduction to understand, analyze, characterize and design the operation of semiconductor [...]

Fundamentals of Current Flow (edX)

Gain a new perspective on electron flow in solids with this insightful introduction. Very different from what is taught in standard courses, "Fundamentals of Current Flow" provides a unified conceptual framework for ballistic and diffusive transport of both electrons and phonons - essential information for understanding nanoelectronic [...]

Applied Quantum Computing I: Fundamentals (edX)

Jan 9th 2023
Applied Quantum Computing I: Fundamentals (edX)
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Learn the fundamental postulates of quantum mechanics and how they can be mapped onto present-day quantum information processing models, including computation, simulation, optimization, and machine learning.

Computer Vision for Embedded Systems (edX)

Nov 2nd 2022
Computer Vision for Embedded Systems (edX)
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Learn about constraints and reducing resource requirements for computer vision on embedded systems. This course provides an overview of running computer vision (OpenCV and PyTorch) on embedded systems (such as Raspberry Pi and Jetson).

Boltzmann Law: Physics to Computing (edX)

Oct 31st 2022
Boltzmann Law: Physics to Computing (edX)
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Provides a unified perspective connecting equilibrium statistical mechanics with stochastic neural networks and quantum computing. A unique course that connects three diverse fields using the unifying concept of a state-space with 2^N dimensions defined by N binary bits.

Introduction to Quantum Transport (edX)

This course introduces the non-equilibrium Green’s function (NEGF) method widely used to describe quantum effects in nanoscale devices, along with its applications to spintronic devices. This course introduces the Schrödinger equation, using the tight-binding method to discuss the concept of bandstructure and E(k) relations, followed by an introduction to [...]

Physico/Chemical Processes of Environmental Engineering (edX)

Aug 22nd 2022
Physico/Chemical Processes of Environmental Engineering (edX)
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Students will learn fundamental principles of physico/chemical processes that are commonly used by Environmental Engineers. Emphasis will be on fundamental concepts, so as to prompt their application in a wide range of settings, and to promote creativity.