ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
Science and Engineering of Materials (SEM)

SEM 556 Electron Microscopy Laboratory. (3)
fall
Lab support for SEM 558. Cross-listed as MSE 556. Credit is allowed for only MSE 556 or SEM 556. Pre- or corequisite: MSE 558 or SEM 558.

SEM 557 Electron Microscopy Laboratory. (3)
spring
Lab support for SEM 559. Cross-listed as MSE 557. Credit is allowed for only MSE 557 or SEM 557. Pre- or corequisite: MSE 559 or SEM 559.

SEM 558 Electron Microscopy I. (3)
fall
Microanalysis of the structure and composition of materials using images, diffraction, x rays, and energy loss spectroscopy. Requires knowledge of elementary crystallography, reciprocal lattice, stereographic projections, and complex variables. Cross-listed as MSE 558. Credit is allowed for only MSE 558 or SEM 558. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

SEM 559 Electron Microscopy II. (3)
spring
Microanalysis of the structure and composition of materials using images, diffraction, x rays, and energy loss spectroscopy. Requires knowledge of elementary crystallography, reciprocal lattice, stereographic projections, and complex variables. Cross-listed as MSE 559. Credit is allowed for only MSE 559 or SEM 559. Prerequisite: instructor approval.

SEM 594 Vacuum System Science and Engineering. (3)
not regularly offered
Vacuum concepts, equipment, and systems are studied to give an operational knowledge of modern vacuum technology. Equal emphasis is placed on theoretical and practical instruction. Class time is equally distributed between lecture and laboratory sessions. Lab sessions consist of exercises and tours to provide hands-on experience with and a working perspective of the vacuum techniques and systems principally used in industry, academia, and government laboratories. Undergraduates take two written exams; graduate students take two written exams and complete a vacuum system design project. Prerequisite: college algebra.

SEM 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Possible topics:

(a)Graduate Student Seminar. (3)

SEM 700 Research Methods. (1 – 6)
not regularly offered

SEM 790 Reading and Conference. (1 – 6)
not regularly offered

SEM 791 Seminar. (1)
not regularly offered

SEM 792 Research. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

SEM 799 Dissertation. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

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