Physics H413A

 

Semester:  Fall 05, Spring 06

 

Department:  Physics                                         

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Number:        413A/B                                                                             

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Division:        NA                                               

Title:    Research in Biophysics and Condensed Matter Physics

Instructor(s):       Suzanne Amador Kane

Description:  Experimental research on the functionality and the statistical mechanics of biophysical systems. Current experiments include construction of bionanostructures using self-assembly, atomic force microscopy and laser tweezer force measurements of biopolymers, polymer chain statistics of artificial proteins, quartz crystal microbalance biosensors and computational studies of artificial evolution.

Prerequisites:  Consent of the instructor. Advanced Laboratory experience preferred

Who should take (or might benefit from) this course?:
Junior or senior physics, chemistry or biology majors, in particular biophysics or biochemistry concentrators.