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The course will consist of classroom lectures on fundamental concepts in magnetism and magnetic micro- and nano-materials and their applications in biomedicine. As part of the course, students will present a critical review of recent literature in the field and lead a group discussion on a specific, recent paper.
•To provide the students with an overview of fundamental concepts in magnetism and magnetic materials.
•To present an overview of biomedical applications of both synthetic and endogenous magnetic micro- and nano-materials.
•To provide students with an understanding of critical evaluation of scientific literature and scientific and engineering research and development in this field, as well as the skills required to present and support their findings.
BME Core Elective Courses