In this course, Sir Feynman illustrated the importance of going small by looking at several different perspectives like microelectronics, MEMS or mechanical systems; essentially, the idea was that, through going small, he suggested very many improvements over the existing processes and some typical phenomena, which would be totally different than corresponding macroscopic intuition of people.
This course would be relevant for mechanical engineering manufacturing science/ fluidic streams graduate students and some senior undergraduate students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course would also be able to attract students from various disciplines like biosciences/ bioengineering, chemical engineering and environmental engineering.
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