EPHY 4700 - Engineering Physics Research & Development Seminar (1)
The goal of this course is to give students a general understanding of what contemporary physics and engineering research and development (R&D) is about, how it is structured and organized, why we need to do R&D, and how R&D allows us to advance our knowledge and get practical benefits for real life. The course consists of three major components. They are introductory lectures on contemporary topics given by the instructor, student discussion panels, and student seminar presentations.
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