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...Business Analytics (Course 15-2) Finance (Course 15-3) Management (Course 15-1) School of...

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Biology (Course 7-A)

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...also accept 2.005 , 3.012 , 8.044...a restricted elective; 9.15 is eligible as...

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...1-110, regarding substitutions. 3 To encourage more...department permits up to 15 units of 2...

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Institute for Data, Systems, and Society

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...are due by December 15. All applicants should...the student's research 3,4 1 Criteria...

Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering

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...degree in manufacturing. Area 3: Controls, Instrumentation, and...are due on December 15 of the previous...

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Bachelor of Science in Management (Course 15-1) Bachelor of Science in Business Analytics (Course 15-2) Bachelor of Science in Finance (Course 15-3) Minor in Management Minor in Business Analytics Minor in Finance

3.15 Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials and Devices

Prereq: 3.024
Acad Year 2017-2018: Not offered
Acad Year 2018-2019: U (Spring)

12 Units

Explores the relationships between the performance of electrical, optical, and magnetic devices and the microstructural and defect characteristics of the materials from which they are constructed. Features a device-motivated approach that places strong emphasis on the design of functional materials for emerging technologies. Applications center around diodes, transistors, memristors, batteries, photodetectors, solar cells (photovoltaics) and solar-to-fuel converters, displays, light emitting diodes, lasers, optical fibers and optical communications, photonic devices, magnetic data storage and spintronics.

J. L.M. Rupp

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15.565 15.565[J] Digital Evolution: Managing Web 3.0

Prereq: Permission of instructor
G (Fall)
9 Units

Examines the evolution from Web 2.0, with its emphasis on interactivity through online collaboration and sharing among users (primarily through social networking sites, wikis and communication tools), to Web 3.0, which focuses on high proactivity, transforming the Web into a database, and the leveraging of artificial intelligence technologies, such as the Semantic Web. Introduces Management 3.0 and the range of new Web technologies, applications, and business opportunities and challenges that it supports. Addresses topics such as big data, cloud computing, and cybersecurity. Includes case studies, industry and academic speakers, discussion of basic principles, and a team project.

S. Madnick

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Same subject as IDS.345[J]