Graduate Optics Courses
Applied Physics for Biomedical Engineering. Applied
physics essential for biomedical engineering. Course is separated
into three units: BME 302a, electromagnetics; BME 302b, optics; and
BME 302c, mechanics. FALL.
Laser-Tissue Interaction and Therapeutic Use of Lasers.
Optical and thermal aspects and models of the interaction between
laser/light and biological tissue as it is used for therapeutic
applications in medicine and biology. Issues and objectives in
therapeutic and surgical applications of lasers, overview of
state-of-the-art topics and current research. FALL.
BME 321. Optical
Diagnosis: Principles and Applications. Applications of
light and tissue optical properties for the diagnosis of tissue
pathology. Basic scientific and engineering principles for
developing techniques and devices that use light to probe cells and
tissues. Recent applications of different optical diagnostic