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This course provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of bioelectromagnetics for graduate students. Lectures cover the interaction of electromagnetic fields with biological tissues across the frequency spectrum; bioelectromagnetic dosimetry; and various applications of bioelectromagnetics (medical, consumer, and more).
Prereq: Grad standing in Engineering, Biological Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences; or permission of instructor.
Units: 3 credit hours.
Electrical and Computer Eng