Faculty Introduction to MIT course 5.95J/6.982J/7.59J/8.395J/18.094J -Teaching College-Level Science Engineering. Instructor: Dr. Sanjoy Mahajan This participatory seminar focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for teaching science and engineering in higher ...

Media Arts & Sciences - MAS 771 - Autism Theory and Technology. Spring 2011. This video is a lecture by Edward G. Carr (known as Ted Carr). He discusses the way autistic behaviors present themselves and the current state of the study of autism. This course illuminates ...

Faculty Introduction to Chemistry 5.80, Small-Molecule Spectroscopy and Dynamics. Instructor: Prof. Robert Field The goal of this course is to illustrate the spectroscopy of small molecules in the gas phase: quantum mechanical effective Hamiltonian models for ...

Lecture 5 for 6.033, Computer Systems Engineering, taught by Prof. Robert Morris and Prof. Samuel Madden. Recorded 2-27-12

Lecture 6 for MIT 6.004, Computation Structures, taught by Prof. Steve Ward. Recorded 2-28-12.6.004 offers an introduction to the engineering of digital systems.

Lecture 7 for 6.033, Computer Systems Engineering, taught by Prof. Robert Morris and Prof. Samuel Madden. Recorded 2-29-12

Lecture 5 for 6.004, Computation Structures, taught by Prof. Steve Ward. Recorded on 2-23-12.6.004 offers an introduction to the engineering of digital systems. Starting with MOS transistors, the course develops a series of building blocks — logic gates, ...

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Topics: Darwin and Design - Concepts of Design - William Wordsworth - Tintern Abbey - Romantic Image of Nature - Human Present and Persistence of Time - Memory - Robert Frost Instructor: Prof. James Paradis

Lecture 2: More Review; The Bernoulli ProcessInstructor: Robert GallagerThis lecture continues our review of probability. We then move on to discuss the weak law of large numbers (WLLN) and the Bernoulli process.View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-262S11

Lecture 3: Law of Large Numbers, ConvergenceInstructor: Robert GallagerThis lecture begins with a short review of probability models, and then enters a discussion of the law of larger numbers and convergence.View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-262S11

MIT 21A.453 Anthropology of the Middle East, Spring 2004View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/21A-453S04Instructor: Susan SlyomovicsDirected and produced by: Susan Slyomovics, Amanda Dargan This film brings the viewer into a Pakistani living room in Queens, ...

Tutorial 1: Introduction to the lab AFM Instructor: Scott Manalis, Peter So, Maxim Shusteff Tutorial 1: Introduction to the lab AFM (40 min.) Tour of the AFM components Hardware operation: preparing and loading the cantilever and sample; setup and alignment using the ...

Class 16: TV GenresInstructor: David ThorburnThe class takes a cultural approach to television's evolution as a technology and system of representation, considering television as a system of storytelling and myth-making, and as a cultural practice, studied from ...

Class 10: TV GenresInstructor: David ThorburnThe class takes a cultural approach to television's evolution as a technology and system of representation, considering television as a system of storytelling and myth-making, and as a cultural practice, studied from ...

Lecture 18: Countable-state Markov Chains and ProcessesInstructor: Prof. Robert GallagerIn this lecture, the professor covers sample-time M/M/1 queue, Burke’s theorem, branching processes, and Markov processes with countable state spaces.View the complete ...

Laser Fundamentals III Instructor: Shaoul EzekielTopics covered: What determines the laser's power, intensity, energy, wavelength, spot size, collimation, tuning range, spectral width, efficiency, size and weight (continued) Generation of very short pulses What ...

Class 3: Television As A Cultural FormInstructor: David ThorburnThe class takes a cultural approach to television's evolution as a technology and system of representation, considering television as a system of storytelling and myth-making, and as a cultural practice, ...

Lecture 19: Countable-state Markov ProcessesInstructor: Prof. Robert GallagerThis lecture starts with a review of Markov processes as an extension of a countable-state Markov chain. We continue to discuss sample-time approximation and renewals for Markov processes, as ...