Teaching

The education of our students, both undergraduate and graduate, is the reason Notre Dame exists. In CBE we believe that a broad, fundamental education is the best way to serve our undergraduate students. The primary vehicle for graduate education is a small number of specialized courses and in-depth thesis research. We also believe undergraduate students benefit from conducting research, as they learn best by doing and also they can experienve the thrill of advancing knowledge in a field.

Summer Abroad at Imperial College London

Click here to find information on the summer program at Imperial College

Classes taught

Fall 2017: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Spring 2017: Careers for Engineers (CBE 20290) - all materials posted on Sakai

Fall 2016: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Spring 2016: Careers for Engineers (CBE 20290) - all materials posted on Sakai

Fall 2015: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Spring 2015: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Fall 2014: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Spring 2014: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Fall 2013: Molecular Modeling and Simulation (CBE60475/40475)

Spring 2013: Thermodynamics I (CBE 20260) - all materials posted on Sakai

Spring 2012: Recitation, Thermodynamics (CBE 20260)

Fall 2011: Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CBE 60553)

Fall 2010:Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CBE 60553)

Fall 2009:Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CBE 60553)

Spring 2009: Chemical Process Design (CBE 40448)

Fall 2008: Biological Thermodynamics (CBE 40485/40585)

Spring 2008: Chemical Process Design (CBE 40448)

Spring 2007: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CBE 20256)

Fall 2006: Biological Thermodynamics (CBE 40485/40585)

Spring 2005: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CBE 20256)

Fall 2004: Molecular Modeling (CBE 698F)

(students enrolled in these classes can find links to materials on concourse.nd.edu)

Workshops
summer 2010: molecular dynamics simulation (Federal University of Rio, Brazil)

summer 2011: Monte Carlo simulation (Federal University of Rio, Brazil)

Workshop on Monte Carlo methods with Cassandra (Notre Dame campus, summer 2016).


Notes

Notes from Molecular Modeling and Simulation course


Other Activities

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Edward Maginn 2017ed@nd.edu