Energy Balances, CHE 212 / ENVE 212 / BIOE 212
Energy balances, thermophysical and thermochemical calculations.
Offered every Winter quarter.
Biomedical Engineering Principles, BIOE 340
Application of engineering concepts (mass and energy conservation, thermodynamics, and transport phenomena) to cellular- and system-level human physiology; design considerations for biomedical interventions and devices.
Offered every Spring quarter.
Cell Engineering, BIOE 459
Application of engineering methods and principles to the study of mammalian cells. Emphasis on mathematical models of cellular processes (e.g. cellular mass transport, protein-ligand interactions, cellular mechanics) and methods for probing the physical characteristics of biological molecules and cells.
Offered every other Spring quarter.
School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331