Graduate Microfluidics (2013, 2014) & undergraduate Numerical Methods (2016).


Fluid Mechanics I, MecE 331s

Learn and able to apply fundamental fluid mechanical principles and equations to solve engineering problems; understand the basic theory; develop problem-solving skills and intuitions for correct applications of fluid mechanics principles in engineering.Topics include external flows, boundary layers, conservations of mass and momentum, Navier-Stokes equations, similitude, fluid metering, fluid friction, and pipe networks. Prerequisites: MATH 209 and MEC E 230 and 250.

Lecture: Tue, Thurs 9:30-10:50am (NRF 2-001);


Numerical Methods, MecE 390s

Application of numerical methods to mechanical engineering problems; topics include sources and definitions of error, root finding, solutions of linear and non-linear systems of equations, regression, interpolation, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of initial value and boundary value ordinary differential equations. Applications include dynamics, solid mechanics, heat transfer and fluid flow. Prerequisites: MATH 102 and 201.

Lecture: Tue, Thurs 8:00-9:20am (MEC 2-1); Lab: Wed 2:00-2:50pm (MEC 3-3, 3-28)