Biophysics Laboratory

PHYSICS 360

This project-based course consists of table top experiments, computer simulations and data analysis in biological physics that are designed to introduce the student to concepts, methods, and biological model systems in biophysics. The list of available projects includes, but is not limited to, quantitative microscopy, ultrasound-based material characterization, mass spectrometry, and simulation topics such as diffusion, diffusion-limited aggregation, self-organized criticality, and genetic drift. Prerequisites: Phys 191-192 or Phys 193-194 or Phys 197-198, or permission of the instructor.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; AR NSM; AS NSM; AS AN

Section 01

Biophysics Laboratory
INSTRUCTOR: Wessel
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Instructors

Ralf Wessel

Ralf Wessel

Professor of Physics

RW@WUSTL.EDU
314-935-7976