2012 fall BiS102 Introduction to Bioengineering

 

Synopsis 

As a first-year course of bioengineering field, this class introduce basic concepts, tools and its applications in bioengineering and related areas. Particularly, this year I will focus more on Brain Engineering, particularly convergence studies with neural Engineering and other fields Politics, Economics, Marketing, Forensic sciences, Aesthetics, Ethics, etc.

 

Professor

Jeaseung Jeong (jsjeong@kaist.ac.kr, 042-350-4319)

 

Class

Creative Learning Building(E11) RM303

Tue, Thu 14:30-16:00

 

Credit

3 Unints (3:0:3)

 

Prerequisite

No prerequisite class

 

Grading

Mid-term and Final Exam: 70%

Class participation: 30%

 

Office Hours

Tuesday 12:00-13:00 (CMS building, #1109, 042-350-4319)

 

TA

Hoon-Hee Kim

 

Textbook

The Neuro Revolution: How Brain Science Is Changing Our World (Zack Lynch, 2010)

Presentation Materials

 

Lecture Schedule

1. Introduction

2. Neuroeconomics

3. Neuromarketing

4. Insights for Innovation in corporates

5. Brain Modulation

6. Brain Stimulation Techniques

7. Brain-Computer Interface

8. Chips in your head

9. Imageguided surgery

10. Cognitive Design

11. NeuroAchitecture

12. Birth of Innovation

 

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