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 Meeting Times:

Sections:  This year, the course lectures have been divided into five distinct sections.  The five sections meet at the following times:

Mon, Wed 9 - 10am (BH 141) and Th 9:00 - 10:20am (BH 141)
Iris Bahar
Mon, Wed 9 - 10am (Biomed 81) and Tu 2:30 – 3:50pm (BH 141)
Pedro Felzenszwalb
Mon, Wed 9 - 10am (BH 158) and Tu 9:00 - 10:20am (BH 141)
Karen Haberstroh
Mon, Wed 9 - 10am (Smith Buonanno 201) and Th 2:30 – 3:50pm (BH 141)
Kenny Breuer
Mon, Wed 9 - 10am (Salomon 001) and Th 4:00 – 5:20pm (BH 153)
Clyde Briant

With the exception of the advanced section (*see below), the core course content will be the same in each section, so choose a section based on your class schedule. Please note that due to size limitations of the classrooms, the sections have a limited enrollment of roughly 50 people.

Grand Lectures: In addition to required sections, the entire class will meet together as a unified community in the “Grand Lecture” every Friday from 9-9:50am in Salomon 001. During this grand lecture, we will invite engineers from various fields to share their experiences with the class.

*Advanced Section:

A set of lectures and sections for students with advanced mechanics backgrounds will be offered.  These lectures will be given by Professor Haberstroh, in section 03. The material will be covered at an accelerated pace, leaving room for additional engineering topics.  Students in the advanced group will do the same labs and design projects as those in the regular course, and may work in groups with these students.

Eligibility for this advanced section is based on receipt of a 4 or 5 on the physics AP exam in high school, or performance on the following web-based evaluation: You must be on the vpn or on campus to access the quiz, the quiz can only be taken once per student, and it should be completed by the end of the first week of classes.