timing: 14 lectures + 2 examples classes (weeks 1-4 Easter term), 4 hours/week (2pm-3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays)
Engineering Applied to the Living World
The aims of the course are to enable students to appreciate the vast potential for the application of engineering principles in biology and medicine, and learn about four specific application areas in which Part I engineering principles can be applied to:
Visual processing (3L, Dr. H. Sprekeler)
Biological vision with an engineer's eye (3L, Dr. M. Lengyel)
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Solutions to example questions are here.
Examples class (Dr. H. Sprekeler / Dr. M. Lengyel)
Imaging the eye (4L, Dr. G. Treece)
Introduction and Ocular biomechanics and biomaterials (4L, Dr. M. Oyen)
Examples class (Dr. M. Oyen / Dr. G. Treece)
Please see the Booklist for Part IB Courses for references to this module.