University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Phys 5402.885

Radiological Physics

Session: Spring 2015 (1/20-5/08)
Instructor: TBA
Time: 1430 MWThF
Location: ROCH000TBA

This course examines the processes involved in studying biological systems, data acquisition and control systems, the interaction of biological systems with photons and charged particles, and the imaging of biological organisms. A concluding section is taught on the medical use of X-rays. The course is typically taken by graduate and undergraduate students interested in biophysics, physiology, biomedical engineering, physics, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. The prerequisite is a working knowledge of calculus and general physics. Calculus is used extensively throughout the course. Specialized mathematical topics relevant to the course will be developed, as needed, during the course.

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