Note: courses in boldface refer to new courses developed by Dr. Zhuang at ASU.

 

  • Spring 2023: MAE213 Mechanics of Materials (125 undergraduate students)
    Photo Credit: Claire Zhuang
  • Fall 2022: MAE551 Applied Machine Learning for Engineers (100 undergraduate and graduate students; Topics to be covered)
  • Fall 2022: ASU101 The ASU Experience (19 undergraduate students)
  • Spring 2022: MAE201 Mechanics of Particles/Rigid Bodies I (72 undergraduate students)
  • Fall 2021: MAE/MSE598 Quantum Mechanical Engineering: Software and Hardware of Quantum Computers (13 undergraduate and graduate students; Topics covered)

    Photo Credit: Xinyu Jiang
  • Fall 2021: ASU101 The ASU Experience (20 undergraduate students)
  • Spring 2021: MAE213 Mechanics of Materials (127 undergraduate students)
  • Fall 2020: MAE/MSE598 Machine Learning for Engineers (69 graduate students; Topics covered)
  • Spring 2020: MAE201 Mechanics of Particles/Rigid Bodies I (88 undergraduate students)
  • Fall 2019: MAE/MSE598 Materials Modelling using Density Functional Theory (17 graduate students;¬†Topics covered)
  • Fall 2019: ASU101 The ASU Experience¬†(20 undergraduate students)
  • Spring 2019: MAE201 Mechanics of Particles/Rigid Bodies I (54 undergraduate students)
  • Fall 2018: MAE201 Mechanics of Particles/Rigid Bodies I (99 undergraduate students)
  • Fall 2017: MAE501 Linear Algebra in Engineering (128 graduate students)