Dr. Ian Bruce
Room ITB-A213, Ext. 26984
e-mail alias: firstname.lastname@example.org
For MSAF use: email@example.com
Office Hours: 10:30–11:20am on Wednesdays and Fridays
Office Hours: 10:30–11:20am on Mondays and Wednesdays
The main references are:
- S. V. Madihally, "Principles of Biomedical Engineering," Artech House, 2010.
(Print and electronic versions.)
- S. A. Berger, E. W. Goldsmith, and E. R. Lewis, "Introduction to Bioengineering," Oxford University Press, 2000
- J. Enderle and J. Bronzino, "Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (3rd ed.)," Academic Press, 2011.
Other secondary references:
- A. C. Guyton and J. E. Hall, "Textbook of Medical Physiology," 10th Edition, W. B. Saunders, 2001. (13th Edition now available.)
- W. M. Saltzman, "Drug Delivery: Engineering Principles for Drug Therapy," Oxford University Press, 2001.
- J. T. Bushberg, J. A. Seibert, E. M. Leidholdt and J. M. Boone, "The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging," 2nd Edition, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001. (3rd Edition available as e-book via McMaster Library.)
Previous years' student project presentations, quizzes and exams (problems and solutions).
Project presentation (20%); Midterm quizzes (2 × 20% = 40%); Final exam (40%)
Grading Rubic for Student Presentations
There will be ≤ 48 one-hour scheduled class times (3 lectures + 1 tutorial per week) on:Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 11:30am–12:20pm in ABB-270, and Fridays at 9:30–10:20am in JHE-A101.
These scheduled class times will be used for a mixture of lectures, class discussions, tutorials, and student presentations.
Lecture notes in PDF format will be posted on this web site (password protected).
Lecture #1 (Tuesday, September 5); Lecture #2 (Thursday, September 7); Friday, September 8 — NO TUTORIAL
Bioethics Discussion #1 (Friday, September 8); Lecture #3 (Tuesday, September 12); Lecture #4 (Thursday, September 14)
Friday, September 15 — NO TUTORIAL; Bioethics Discussion #2 (Friday, September 15); Lecture #5 (Tuesday, September 19)
Lecture #6 (Thursday, September 21); Tutorial #1 (Friday, September 22); Lecture #7 (Friday, September 22)
Lecture #8 (Tuesday, September 26); Student Presentation #1 (Thursday, September 28); Student Presentation #2 (Thursday, September 28)
Tutorial #2 (Friday, September 29); Student Presentation #3 (Friday, September 29); Student Presentation #4 (Friday, September 29)
Student Presentation #5 (Tuesday, October 3); Student Presentation #6 (Tuesday, October 3); Student Presentation #7 (Thursday, October 5)
Lecture #9 (Thursday, October 5); Tutorial #3 (Friday, October 6); Lecture #10 (Friday, October 6)
Student Presentation #8 & continuation of Lecture #10 (Tuesday, October 17); Lecture #11 (Thursday, October 19)
Tutorial #4 (Friday, October 20); Lecture #12 (Friday, October 20); Lecture #13 (Tuesday, October 24)
Tutorial #5 (Thursday, October 26); No tutorial or lecture on Friday, October 27; Lecture #14 (Tuesday, October 31)
Lecture #15 (Thursday, November 2); No tutorial on Friday, November 3; Student Presentation #9 (Friday, November 3)
Student Presentation #10 (Friday, November 3); No lecture on Tuesday, November 7; Student Presentation #11 (Thursday, November 9)
Student Presentation #12 (Thursday, November 9); No tutorial on Friday, November 10; Student Presentation #13 (Friday, November 10)
Student Presentation #14 (Friday, November 10); Student Presentation #15 (Tuesday, November 14); Student Presentation #16 (Tuesday, November 14)
Lecture #16 (Thursday, November 16); Lecture #17 (9:30am on Friday, November 17); Lecture #18 (11:30am on Friday, November 17)
Midterm Quiz #1: Problems & Solutions
Midterm Quiz #2:
Date: Friday, November 24
Details here EE3BA3_midterm2_details.pdf.
Date: Wednesday, December 20
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2. Improper collaboration in group work.
3. Copying or using unauthorized aids in tests and examinations."
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