The number of ECE ILLINOIS' faculty members.
|Biophotonics||BIOE467||A||61522||LEC||0930 - 1050||T R||3020 ECE Building||Stephen Boppart|
|Biophotonics||ECE467||A||61521||LEC||0930 - 1050||T R||3020 ECE Building||Stephen Boppart|
Same as BIOE 467.
This course is a technical elective for electrical engineering students, and is cross-listed with the Bioengineering Department as BIOE 467. This course is expected to draw students from multiple departments and colleges. This course summarizes the interdisciplinary field of Biophotonics and teaches the fundamentals and applications in three major areas. First, this course provides the fundamentals of light and matter, optics and optical imaging, lasers, cancer biology, pathology, and tissue histology, and tissue optical properties with light transport through biological tissue. Second, this course teaches the diagnostic applications of biophotonics, namely optical biomedical imaging and microscopy techniques, optical biosensors, contrast agents, and spectroscopy. Third, this course teaches the therapeutic applications of biophotonics, including the fundamentals and mechanisms of light-tissue interactions, of tissue ablation via photochemical, photothermal, and photomechanical processes, and photodynamic therapy.
A student completing this course should at a minimum be able to:
Fundamentals of Biophotonics