2004 Class Schedule - BME 272 

Date Topic Details Reading Assignment
8/26 Introductions King, Walker Chapter 1, concept_mapping HW_1_2004
8/31 Introduction cont., basic tools King Chapter 2 1.1, 2.3*
9/2 Jobs, Basic tools, Design Management & reporting Van Stovall, King Chapter 2, begin Chapter 3 2.12
9/7 finish 2, begin 3 King Chapter 3 2.4, 3.4
9/9 Continue 3 King Chapter 3 3.5 + ClosingTheGap
9/14 Product def'n & documentation King Chapters 4 and 5 4.6, 5.5
9/16 Product development King Chapter 6 This +  6.4
9/21 Professional Issues King Chapter 21 You_be_the_judge
9/23 Finish 21, begin 14 King Chapter 14 continue above
9/28 Regulations Tracking R. Fries Chapter 18 18.5, 14.6
9/30 Paul Harris, GCRC Database use   access_homework
10/5 Finish FDA (14), begin Biomaterials King Chapter 14, Chapter 10 10.1
10/7 Finish Biomaterials, finish Misc. Chapter   Chapter 22 22.9, plus_map2
10/12 Discuss poster/paper, FrontPage, etc.      
10/14 TBA - review?      
10/19 October Break      
10/21 FINAL EXAM DAY      
10/26 All grades from this date on are group grades 
10/28 Teams, topics, and titles due, begin projects      
11/2        
11/4 NCIIA Proposal due (paper copy) **      
11/9 progress report  due - on web**      
11/11  start reference pages #      
11/16 progress report  due - on web**      
11/18 NCIIA Proposal on web - due, **      
11/23&25 Thanksgiving break      
11/30 progress report  due - on web**      
12/2 IWB sections 1 & 2 due/concept map - on web      
12/7 progress report  due - on web**      
12/9        
         
         

* homework will be due one week from assignment, unless otherwise noted

** Each group will make one comnprehensive oral presentation in class during the period 11/9 to 12/7.  Exact days will be assigned after groups have formed.  A written report will not be required for the week your team presents.  A posted progress report must be posted for the other three weeks.

Homework grades will decrease by one point (10 pt scale) for everyday the assignment has not been turned in after the due date. Homework that is turned in after the class following its due date will receive a grade of zero. Late homework will not be accepted for full credit without a legitimate health or interview excuse. Advice: there is a very high correlation between low exam grades and lack of homework turned in. We discourage email submission of homework, if you must use this technique ask for a return receipt to verify delivery.

# Each web site should have a web page for display and comment on web links of value to your project area.  This will help facilitate next year's project teams if they continue your design project.  It will also assist anyone interested in further research re your area of design.

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