BIOMEDE 211, Winter 2019

And now for something completely different.


A draft schedule:

01/10/2019 – Lecture 1. An introduction to circuits, systems, and signals: I. Potential, current, energy, and conservation
01/15/2019 – Lecture 2. Introduction: II. Resistors, capacitors, and inductors
01/17/2019 – Lecture 3. Introduction: III. Operational amplifiers
01/22/2019 – Lecture 4. Circuit analysis: I. Nodal analysis
01/24/2019 – Lecture 5. Circuit analysis: II. Mesh analysis; Homework I
01/29/2019 – Lecture 6. Circuit analysis: III. Supernodes and supermeshes
01/31/2019 – Lecture 7. Circuit analysis: IV. Circuit theorems
02/05/2019 – Lecture 8. Circuit analysis: V. When to choose between analyses
02/07/2019 – Lecture 9. A review of the material thus far; Homework II
02/12/2019 – Exam I
02/14/2019 – Lecture 10. The Laplace Transform: I. What it is and why it is important
02/19/2019 – Lecture 11. The Laplace Transform: II. How to use it
02/21/2019 – Lecture 12. Circuits as ODEs: I. First-order
02/26/2019 – Lecture 13. Circuits as ODEs: II. Second-order
02/28/2019 – Lecture 14. System response: I. Convolution; Homework III
03/12/2019 – Lecture 15. System response: II. Stability
03/14/2019 – Lecture 16. System response: III. The frequency domain
03/19/2019 – Lecture 17. System response: IV. Filters
03/21/2019 – Lecture 18. System response: V. Feedback; Homework IV
03/26/2019 – Exam II
03/28/2019 – Lecture 19. Bioelectricity: I. Passive properties
04/02/2019 – Lecture 20. Bioelectricity: II. Active properties
04/04/2019 – Lecture 21. Bioelectricity: III. Measurement
04/09/2019 – Lecture 22. Digital circuits: I. Discretization
04/11/2019 – Lecture 23. Digital circuits: II. Logic; Homework V
04/16/2019 – Lecture 24. Happenstance: A few BME specific situations
04/18/2019 – Lecture 25. Circumstance: A few BME specific standards
04/23/2019 – Lecture 26. A philosophy of circuits, systems, and signals; Homework VI
04/26/2019 – Exam III