Teaching

Courses taught by Dr. Winter

CHBE 201 Process Calculations II

Continuation of 200. The application of physico-chemical principles to problems of the chemical industry; emphasis on graphical methods, stoichiometry, heat, and material balances.

Wi Qtr. 2 cl, 2 comp lab hrs. Prereq: 200 or Chem Eng 200 and prereq or concur: Math 415 and Physics 132.

CHBE 735/BME 765 Cellular Nanotechnology

This course will evaluate the application of nanotechnology to cells for sensing and subcellular manipulation. Synthesis and biological modification of quantum dots and magnetic nanostructures, their unique material properties, and their application to various cellular components will be discussed.

Au Qtr, Prereq: Graduate or Sr. Standing req. or permission of instructor.

CHBE 694/BME 694 Lab Techniques in Biochemical Engineering

This course will provide laboratory experiences that complement ChBE 765 Principles of Biochemical Engineering. The basics of cell selection, medium design, and aseptic technique in application to bioreactor design will be discussed. Lab work will include cell culture, cell staining, cell counting and molecular biology techniques (e.g., PCR, Restriction Digests etc.).

Sp Qtr, Prereq: Graduate or Sr. Standing req. or permission of instructor.

Classes via Carmen

Additional course information can be obtained onĀ Carmen.

Recommended Courses for Students Interested in Bionanotechnology

  • MSE 205 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
  • EEOB 415 Animal Cell and Developmental Biology
  • BIOCHEM 613, 614 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • BME 761 Biomedical Nanotechnology
  • CHBE 694 Cellular Nanotechnology

Recommended Courses for Students Interested in Tissue Engineering

  • EEOB 415 Animal Cell and Developmental Biology
  • PHYSIOCB 311, 312 Principles of Human Physiology
  • BIOCHEM 613, 614 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • BME 631 Fundamentals of Biomaterials
  • BME 694 Cell and Tissue Engineering