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Evolution of a Course in Biothermodynamics
An integral part of engineering education that crosses most disciplinary boundaries is a course in thermodynamics. While all thermodynamics courses generically involve learning about and applying the first, second, and...
Intramural Research Internship: A Requirement of the Undergraduate Bioengineering Curriculum at the University of Pittsburgh
Intramural Research Internship has been offered as a core Bioengineering course since the inauguration of the University of Pittsburgh's undergraduate Bioengineering degree program in 1998. The goal of this course is to...
This page consists of a lists of activities relating to Newton's Laws. Created by David Willey at the University of Pittsburgh, these activities include a bowling ball pendulum, human air puck, a table cloth and...
Student Understanding of Quantum Mechanics
We investigate the difficulties of advanced undergraduate students toward the end of a full year upper-level quantum mechanics course with concepts related to quantum measurements and time development. Our analysis is...
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