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  Undergraduate Courses

 

  · Dynamics (동역학: MEE2013)

This class  introduces dynamic analysis of engineering models such as mass, mass-spring-damper system, rigid and non-rigid bodies. Understanding and application of relative motion, work and energy, impact and momentum.

 

  · Mechanical Engineering Analysis (기계공학해석: MEE3006)
   This class introduces mathematical methods used in Mechanical Engineering. For students to obtain basic mathematical skills required to study advanced       
   subjects in    Mechanical Engineering, this course reviews linear algebra covered in Advanced Engineering Mathematics and studies how it is applied to
   Mechanical Engineering.    In addition to linear algebra, the fundamentals of domain transformation and other importantnumerical methods are introduced such
   that students can obtain useful    tools to analyze mechanical systems.

 

  · Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II (기계공학실험II: MEE3026)

This class deals with experiments about fabrication methods in soft lithography, observation and analysis of laminar flow in microchannel and understanding of principle of diffusion.

 

  · Lab on a chip (랩온어칩: BNTG043) Co-teaching

This class introduces the basic concepts and components about lab on a chip.This field needs the multidisciplinary approaches including chemicals, physics, biology, mechanics and electronics. Four lecturers cover these various topics with co-teaching.

 

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  Graduate Courses 

 

  ·  Modeling and Analysis of Biological Systems (바이오시스템모델링 및 분석: MEE6518)

Primary focus on mathematical modeling about various biological systems such as cell migration in chemotatic gradients, diffusion of molecules, population ecology, electrophysiology of cells, disease transmission etc. To model and analyze the various biological systems, we will deal linear and nonlinear discrete/continuous ordinary differential equations, stability analysis, phase portraits and partial differential equations. Also this course will deal with various biological tools to analyze the biological systems, especially focus on the nanoscale sensing, optical imaging. This course will help reveal possible underlying mechanisms involved in a biological process and interpret and reveal contradictions/incompleteness of data

 

  · Design and Control of Nano-biosystems (나노바이오 시스템 설계 및 제어: MEE6516/BNT6006)

This class introduces the recent research trends in nanobiosystems and their applications. It also covers the farbrication methods for nanobiosystems including top-down and bottom up process, and modeling and design problems related on nanobiosystems.

 

  · Lab on a chip (랩온어칩: BNT5043) Co-teaching

This class introduces the basic concepts and components about lab on a chip. This field needs the multidisciplinary approaches including chemicals, physics, biology, mechanics and electronics. Four lecturers cover these various topics with co-teaching.

   All class materials can be obtained from cyber campus (direct link)




NanoBiosystems and Manipulation Laboratory
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Sogang University
Sinsudong, Mapogu, Seoul, Korea 121-742, Tel +82-2-701-7075