10-ENG : Materials Process & Design

Concentrations :  Biomedical  ||  Energy  || Environmental  || Materials Process & Design  ||  Society, Engineering, & Ethics


Course 10-ENG: Bachelor of Science in Engineering with Concentration

Materials Process and Design Concentration

This concentration enables students to gain knowledge in the manipulation of materials systems, from their synthesis to their processing into final products. Students can elect topics that include organic chemistry and materials synthesis, thermodynamically driven self-assembly and the generation of hybrid organic-inorganic materials. Students are able to engage in materials processing, including nanomaterials and microfluidic processing, and to examine mechanical, optical, and other materials properties as a function of their composition and processing. The classes listed below are suggested subjects, but students may propose any set of courses that fit the materials concentration pending approval from their 10-ENG advisor.

Suggested Undergraduate Subjects
Students can choose 4 of the following subjects, or propose other subjects that are consistent with this concentration in consultation with his or her advisor.

Mtrls.
Des. & Process.
Course Name Units  GIR Prerequisites
2.001 Mechanics and Materials I 12 REST Physics I (GIR), Calculus II (GIR); Coreq: 18.03
2.002 Mechanics and Materials II 12 2.001, Chemistry (GIR)
diamond symbol2.60J Fundamentals of Advanced Energy Conversion 12 2.006 (heat & mass), 3.044, or permission of instructor
2.813 Energy, Materials and Manufacturing 12 2.008 or permission of instructor
*3.012 Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering 15 REST None (Coreq: 18.03)
*3.014 Materials Laboratory 12 LAB,CI-M None
3.021 Introduction to Modeling and Simulation 12 REST 18.03, 3.016, or permission of instructor
3.022 Microstructural Evolution in Materials 12 3.012
3.024 Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of Materials 12 3.012
3.032 Mechanical Behavior of Materials 12 Physics I (GIR); 3.016 or 18.03
3.034 Organic and Biomaterials Chemistry 12 3.012
3.044 Materials Processing 12 3.012, 3.022
3.046 Thermodynamics of Materials 12 18.03, 18.034, or 3.016
3.048 Advanced Materials Processing 12 3.022, 3.044
3.052 Nanomechanics of Materials and Biomaterials 12 3.032 or permission of instructor
3.063 Polymer Physics 12 3.012
3.07 Introduction to Ceramics 12 3.012
3.080 Economic and Environmental Materials Selection 12 3.012, 3.014, 3.022, 3.024, or permission of instructor
3.15 Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Devices 12 3.024
3.153 Nanoscale Materials 12 3.024
*3.155J Micro/Nano Processing Technology 12 LAB,
CI-M
Permission of instructor
5.07J Biological Chemistry I 12 REST 5.12
6.002 Circuits and Electronics 12 REST 18.03; Physics II (GIR) or 6.01
6.071J Electronics, Signals and Measurements 12 REST 18.03
6.101 Introductory Analog Electronics Laboratory 12 CI-M 6.002 or 6.071
6.111 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory 12 CI-M 6.002, 6.071, or 16.004
6.131 Power Electronics Laboratory 12 CI-M 6.002, 6.003 or 6.007
7.05 General Biochemistry 12 REST 5.12, Biology (GIR), or permission of instructor
*10.467 Polymer Sci. Lab 15 CI-M 5.12, 5.310
10.499J Tissue Engineering for Analysis, Prevention and Treatment of Human Disease 9 5.07 or 7.05; 7.03; 18.03; 20.110 or 5.60
20.340J Materials for Biomedical Applications 12 Chemistry (GIR), Biology (GIR), 3.034, 3.012 or 3.046; or permission of instructor
22.00 Introduction to Modeling and Simulation 12 REST 18.03, 3.016, or permission of instructor
22.070 Materials for Nuclear Applications 12 Permission of instructor

* Also listed as Foundational Concept
diamond symbol Prerequisite covered by 10.302

Approved Graduate Subject Alternatives

Mtrls.
Des. & Process.
Course Name Units  GIR  Prerequisites
2.071 Mechanics of Solid Materials 12 2.002
2.072 Mechanics of Continuous Media 12 2.071
2.075 Advanced Mechanical Behavior of Materials 12 2.071, Chemistry (GIR)
10.43 Introduction to Interfacial Phenomena 12 10.213 or introductory subject in thermodynamics or physical chemistry
10.531J Macromolecular Hydrodynamics 9 2.25, 10.301, or permission of instructor
10.560 Structure and Properties of Polymers 9 10.213 or permission of instructor
10.568 Physical Chemistry of Polymers 9 5.60, 10.213, or 10.40
10.569 Polymer Synthesis 9 5.12
10.585 Engineering Nanotechnology 12 10.302, 10.213, or permission of instructor