ME 2002: Linear and Complex Analysis (Spring 2018)

This is a graduate course on systems of ODEs, calculas of variations, and complex analysis.

ENGR 0022: Structure and Properties of Materials (Fall 2015 and 2016)

This is a survey course that introduces undergraduate engineering students at the sophomore level to the structure-property relationships of different materials classes.

MEMS 0051: Introduction to Thermodynamics (Spring 2015, 2016, 2017)

This is an introduction to thermodynamics directed to undergraduate students at the sophomore level in the mechanical engineering track. The course covers the zeroth, first and second laws of thermodynamics, and introduces the use of thermodynamic tables in solving thermodynamic problems.

CHE 2101: Fundamental of Thermodynamics (Winter 2011 and 2012)

A working knowledge of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics is critical for solving many classes of problems that occur in both academic and industrial settings. Statistical thermodynamics is important in solving problems in areas as diverse as reaction kinetics, catalysis, biochemical engineering, polymer engineering, drug design, and separations. This class will provide the student with basic thermodynamic tools for solving many classes of problems. It will also help the student gain a working knowledge of classical and statistical thermodynamics specifically as it relates to the calculation of thermophysical properties, phase and chemical equilibria.

CHE 3920: Electronic Structure: Basic Theory, Modeling and Simulations (Spring 2009)

This is a graduate level course aimed at students in engineering and science. The purpose of this course is to give the students insight into the intellectual challenges in the theory of electrons in condensed matter and the wide scope of applications of electronic structure theory. It is the intention to cover not only the theoretical principles of electronic structure theory but also to provide a hands-on experience in modeling and simulations using an electronic structure package.
More information can be found in the syllabus.