Teaching

Structure and Properties of Engineered Materials (MSE 201)
In person,1:30 PM-2:45 PM, Tuesday/Thursday, 1025 Engineering Building II, Spring 2022
Introduction to the fundamental physical principles governing the structure and constitution of metallic and nonmetallic materials and the relationships among these principles and the mechanical, physical and chemical properties of engineering materials.

Structure and Properties of Engineered Materials (MSE 201)
In person,10:15 PM-11:30 AM, Monday/Wednesday, 2321 Fitts-Woolard Hall, Fall 2021
Introduction to the fundamental physical principles governing the structure and constitution of metallic and nonmetallic materials and the relationships among these principles and the mechanical, physical and chemical properties of engineering materials.

Modern concepts in materials science (MSE 500)
Online, Summer 2021
Fundamentals of structure, structure modification and properties of materials with emphasis on structure-property relationships and modern theory of solids.

Structure and Properties of Engineered Materials (MSE 201)
Hybrid due to COVID-19, Spring 2021
Introduction to the fundamental physical principles governing the structure and constitution of metallic and nonmetallic materials and the relationships among these principles and the mechanical, physical and chemical properties of engineering materials.

Modern concepts in materials science (MSE 500)
Online due to COVID-19, Fall 2020
Fundamentals of structure, structure modification and properties of materials with emphasis on structure-property relationships and modern theory of solids.

Modern concepts in materials science (MSE 500)
Online, Summer 2020
Fundamentals of structure, structure modification and properties of materials with emphasis on structure-property relationships and modern theory of solids.

Modern concepts in materials science (MSE 500)
4:30 PM-5:45 PM, Monday/Wednesday, Spring 2020
Fundamentals of structure, structure modification and properties of materials with emphasis on structure-property relationships and modern theory of solids.