COURSES TAUGHT

BME 311 - NETWORK ENGINEERING IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (I.E. BIOMEDICAL CIRCUITS) 
Restricted to biomedical engineering majors. Basic concepts in circuit analysis and design of systems for biomedical engineering; Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws, and nodal and loop analysis; Theyenin's and Norton's theorem; operational amplifiers; high-order circuit and basic AC circuit analysis using Fourier and Laplace transforms.
BME 343 - BIOMEDICAL SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Restricted to biomedical engineering majors. Signals and systems representation; sampling and quantization; time and frequency domains; Laplace and z-transforms, transfer functions, and frequency response; two-port networks; Bode plots; convolution; stability; Fourier series; Fourier transform; AM/FM modulation; filter design; and applications in biomedical engineering.
COMING SOON- PRACTICAL OPTICAL MICROSCOPY
Hands-on course examining optical properties, imaging techniques, and microscope design. Topics covered include optical imaging basics, Köhler illumination, Abbe theory of image formation, contrast methods, fluorescence microscopy, spectra, and optical filters.

LAB INVOLVEMENT 

Christian is a Copy Editor and a Reviewer for the Journal of Emerging Investigators.

Maddie is co-chair of the UT Austin Chapter of Graduate Society of Women Engineers

Maddie is the DEI liaison for the Graduate Women in Science National Chapter marketing team.

Christian and Maddie are members of BOGO, Biomedical Optics Graduate Organization.

Yujen is the co-chair of the Texas Taiwanese Biotechnology Association

LAB SOCIAL EVENTS
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