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  1. Course

    Reservoir Geomechanics

    … Reservoir Geomechanics SOEEES-YGEORESGEO202 Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences Description This interdisciplinary course encompasses the fields of rock mechanics, …

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    Nanoscale Materials Science Graduate Certificate

    … magnetic and mechanical properties are rapidly being developed for use in information technology, bioengineering, and energy and environmental applications. The Nanoscale Materials Science Graduate Certificate offers an opportunity to acquire the … How to apply a foundation innanofabrication and nanocharacterization in diverse fields, such as green and renewable energy, medical devices, bioengineering, biocompatible materials, cutting-edge semiconductor fabrication, optics and …

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    Introduction to Chemical Engineering (Self-Study Resource)

    … discussion and engineering analysis of physical and chemical processes. Topics: overall staged separations, material and energy balances, concepts of rate processes, energy and mass transport, and kinetics of chemical reactions. Applications of these concepts to areas of current technological importance: biotechnology, energy, production of chemicals, materials processing, and purification. Instructors Chaitan Khosla , Professor, Chemical …

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    Planning for a Sustainable Future with Wind, Water and the Sun

    … Future with Wind, Water and the Sun XEIET200 Stanford School of Engineering Fee: Fee may apply Certificates/ Programs: Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies Certificate Description Global warming, air pollution, and energy insecurity are three of the most significant problems facing the world today. Solutions to these problems invariably require a large-scale conversion of our energy infrastructure. This course will provide you with proven methods and techniques to develop and evaluate strategies …

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    Smart Grid: Sensing, Data Analytics and Control

    … Smart Grid: Sensing, Data Analytics and Control XEIET137 Stanford School of Engineering Certificates/ Programs: Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies Certificate Description Many countries set aggressive goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and renewable energy production has increased exponentially as a result. Yet renewable energies are extremely variable, making it hard to … that enable the expanding field of smart grids. What you will learn The basics of power networks How to manage renewable energy resources and optimize your grid How to create a better system of forecasting of demand and supply Improved and …

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    Management Science and Engineering MS Degree

    … every student pursues a specialty in one of seven areas: Computational Social Science Decision and Risk Analysis Energy and Environment Financial Analytics Health Systems Modelling Operations and Analytics Technology and Engineering …

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    Computer Systems Architecture

    … class covers the system architecture, processor technology, advanced memory hierarchy and I/O organization, power and energy management, and reliability. Programming assignments will allow students to explore performance/energy tradeoffs when using heterogeneous hardware resources on smartphone devices. Prerequisites EE 180: Digital Systems …

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    An Introduction to the Natural Capital Approach

    … An Introduction to the Natural Capital Approach SOEEES-XNCP-101 Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences Description People depend on nature to sustain and fulfill human life, yet the values of … complete the optional assessments contained in modules 3 and 4. Please note that at this time, InVEST is built to run in a Windows environment. Course Staff Gregg Verutes Geographer - Lead Instructor Gregg Verutes leads NatCap's training program …

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    Autonomous Implantable Systems

    … modern and future implants will revolutionize healthcare in the coming years, relying less on external power sources and more on energy self-reliance. Implants will be applied to drug delivery, locomotion and medical robots to perform delicate … will be the power source of implantable devices, its applications and its future. Prerequisites EE252 or equivalent. Topics include Energy subsystems such as energy harvesting methods and power conversion Actuators and sensors Communication such as passive versus active …

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    Solar Cells

    … Solar Cells XEIET132 Stanford School of Engineering Fee: Fee may apply Certificates/ Programs: Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies Certificate Description Enroll today to experience new and improved course … learn Cost effectiveness of different types of solar cells Different materials and methods used to manufacture solar cells Energy principles in physics, photochemistry and electrochemistry Fundamentals of photovoltaic energy Topics include What solar cells can do and where they need to be to compete economically The science of solar Silicon …

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    Solar Cells

    … MATSCI302 Stanford School of Engineering Certificates/ Programs: Materials Science and Engineering MS Degree Description Energy—its production, management, and conservation—is one of the hottest topics around the world today. The solar cell is playing, and will continue to play, a key role in managing a global energy crisis by providing a significant portion of the world's electricity. This course covers everything one needs … of the theory of conventional p-n junction and excitonic solar cells. Students learn how to use computer simulations to create energy band diagrams for solar cells, to identify the rate and location of recombination, and to predict …

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    Mechanical Engineering MS Degree

    … to focus on a broader set of design criteria, including "usability", "viability", "desirability", "sustainability", and environmental impact. There are 5 main academic themes that shape the Mechanical Engineering department. They are: Biomedicine Computational Engineering Design Energy Multi-Scale Engineering The department's aim is to help produce academic and industry leaders. We believe that … Automatic Controls Biomechanical Engineering Mechatronics Design Methodology Design for Manufacturability Fluid Mechanics Energy Systems Heat Transfer High Temperature Gas Dynamics Solid Mechanics Dynamics Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) …

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    Digital Communication

    … including wireless, wireline and optical fiber. Students will learn about modulation and detection methods for maximizing energy efficiency and spectral efficiency, and about high-speed transmission on bandwidth-limiting media using … Statistical Signal Processing ( Stanford Course EE278 ), or equivalents. Topics include Modulation methods and metrics for energy efficiency and spectral efficiency. Detection methods: maximum likelihood, maximum a posteriori probability. Error …

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    Power Management Integrated Circuits

    … Integrated Circuits EE292P Stanford School of Engineering Description The rapid growth of portable consumer electronics and energy harvesting applications has advanced the field of traditional power electronics to diverse power management …

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    Parametric Design and Optimization

    … for design optimization. Class sessions will introduce several parametric design modeling platforms and scripting environments that enable rapid generation of 3D models and enable rapid evaluation of parametrically-driven design … Design exploration using parametric modeling platforms such as Revit/FormIt and Rhino Visual scripting languages and environments such as Dynamo, Grasshopper and DesignScript Single and multi-dimensional optimization techniques and guidance …

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    Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences

    …   Current online courses offered by H&S educators include a master’s degree in statistics, a professional certificate in energy innovation and emerging technologies, and graduate certificates in several biomedical, quantitative, and …

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    Applied Quantum Mechanics I

    … of Intelligent Systems Description The continuing evolution of quantum theory is essential to helping us predict how energy operates at the atomic and subatomic level. This course introduces concepts and techniques that tackle the inherent …

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    Programming MAX: Structuring Interactive Software for Digital Arts

    … and connects a wide variety of tools for sound, graphics, music and interactivity using a flexible patching and programming environment. Max allows most computer users to write a simple meaningful program within a few minutes, even with limited … David Zicarelli, founder and CEO of Cycling '74, a software company that maintains and develops the MAX graphical programming environment Programming Max: Structuring Interactive Software for Digital Arts from KadenzeOfficial on Vimeo . 001 Open …

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    Unconscious Bias in Medicine

    … and exploring bias busting strategies will enable learners to understand how to bring the content into their own unique environments. Who Should Enroll This course is designed to meet the educational needs of physicians from all specialties as … colleagues, and team members. Apply specific “bias-busting” techniques that can be used in the medical and academic environment. Identify where personal unconscious biases may reside across gender, race/ethnicity, and/or cultural …

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    Biochemistry II

    … This course will focus on metabolic biochemistry: the study of chemical reactions that provide the cell with the energy and raw materials necessary for life. Students will examine metabolism of glycogen, fatty acids, amino acids, and …