• Nonlinear Waves: Theory and Simulations

    Many physical processes exhibit some form of nonlinear wave phenomena. However diverse they are (e.g. from engineering to finance), however small they...

  • Computational Mechanics

    Students who complete this course will be able to: understand the most common techniques for the numerical solution of partial differential problem...

  • Organic Photonics and Electronics

    This course covers the essential knowledge and technology of organic optoelectronics. Since the organic optoelectronics is an interdisciplinary resear...

  • The Earth System

    This course will develop student understanding of key components of the Earth system, as well as past and future variability. Topics to be covered i...

  • Cognitive Neurorobotics

    The primary objective of this course is to understand the principles of embodied cognition by taking a synthetic neurorobotics modeling approach. For ...

  • Sensory Systems

    The course will cover general concepts and specific modalities as detailed in the table below. Classes alternate between lecture-style teaching and a ...

  • General Relativity

    We begin by introducing tensors in non-relativistic physics. We then give an overview of Special Relativity, and discuss the special nature of gravity...

  • Microfluidics

    The interface between engineering and miniaturization is among the most intriguing and active areas of inquiry in modern technology. The aim of this c...

  • English for Science and Technology

    Academic technical English is a specialized area with particular requirements for clarity in the communication of difficult concepts. Research student...

  • Laboratory Rotations

    Course Requirements Prepare a written summary of the aims of the rotation. Students will study original publications and discuss with the Professor...