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2019 Spring Media Arts and Sciences Course List

Stephanie Ku 

by Alison Love

Jan. 7, 2019

PROGRAM IN MEDIA ARTS AND SCIENCES, SPRING 2019

Full MIT class schedule online at MIT Office of the Registrar

UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECT LISTINGS

MAS 111 (U) Bove
Introduction to Doing Research in Media Arts and Sciences (1-4-1) 
Lecture: F 3-5pm in E15-341
Recitation: F 10-11am in E15-341

MAS 132 (U) Raskar                                                                                                                                    
Mathematical Methods in Imaging (2-0-7)
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 377 (U) Bove/Jackson
Objectification: How to Write (and Talk, and Think) about Objects (2-0-7)
TR 3-4pm in E15-341

MAS 435 (U) Adib
Mobile and Sensor Computing (3-0-9)
MW 11-12:30pm in 66.144

GRADUATE SUBJECT LISTINGS

MAS 532 Raskar
Mathematical Methods in Imaging (2-0-7)
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 533 Raskar
AI for Impact: Computing for Health, Sustainability, & Emerging Worlds (2-0-7)

M 2:30-4:30pm in E15-341

MAS 535 Raskar
Engineering Health: Designing and Deploying Affordable Health Diagnostics and Therapeutics
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 552 Larson
City Science (3-0-9) 
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 581 Hidalgo
Networks, Complexity, and Their Applications (2-0-10)
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 600 Herr
Human 2.0 (0-9-0)
W 10am-12pm in  E15-341 

MAS 650 Staff
Design Across Scales , Disciplines and Problem Contexts (2-2-8) 
M 10am-12pm in E14-633                                                                                                                                                    

MAS 677 Bove/Jackson
Objectification: How to Write (and Talk, and Think) about Objects (2-0-7)
TR 3-4pm in E15-341

MAS 700 Zuckerman
News and Participatory Media (3-0-9)
W 10am-1pm in 8-205

MAS 712 Resnick
Learning Creative Learning (1-0-5)
W 2-4pm in E15-341

MAS 756 Ito/Priyardashi
Principles of Awareness  (0-9-0)
T 10am-12pm in E14-244

MAS 771  Picard
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 784 Bhargava
Data Storytelling Studio (3-0-9)
TR 11-12:30pm in E15-341

MAS 808 Dagdeviren  
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 810 Dagdeviren
Decoders 1.2: Project Realization in Cleanroom (3-6-3)
R 9am-12pm in E15-466

MAS 826J Machover
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 836 Paradiso
Sensor Technologies for Interactive Environments (3-3-6)
T 12:30-3pm in E15-341

MAS 841 Esvelt
Evolution: Natural and Directed 
R 1-3:30pm in E15-466

MAS 862 Gershenfeld
The Physics of Information Technology (3-0-9)
R 1-4pm in E14-493

MAS 864 Gershenfeld
The Nature of Mathematical Modeling
Not offered Spring 2019

MAS 865 Gershenfeld
Rapid Prototyping of Rapid-Prototyping Machines: How to Make Something that Makes (Almost) Anything (3-9-0)
Not offered Spring 2019

SPECIAL TOPICS

MAS S60 Picard/Breazeal/Park
AI and Mental Health: Can we Prevent Depression? (0-9-0)
W 12pm-2pm in E14-493

MAS S62 Kong
Ancient Modern Technology (0-6-0)
W 5pm-7pm in E15-341

MAS S63 Maes
Cognitive Enhancement (0-9-0)
F 1pm-3pm in E14-514B

MAS S64 Wood
Space Technology for the Development Leader (0-6-0)
M 9am-12pm in E14-493

MAS S65 Breazeal/Abelson/Park
Democratizing AI through K-12 AI Education for AII (0-9-0)
M 3pm-5pm in E14-493

MAS S66 Kong
How To Grow (Almost) Anything (0-15-0)
Lecture: R 2:30pm-5:30pm in E15-359
Recitation: F 12-1pm in (TBD)

MAS S67 Liberman
Recreating the Past (0-9-0)
Week of Feb 25 - Mar 1, Apr 1 - Apr 6, and Apr 29 - May 3.
MWF 10am-1pm in E15-359 , T 10am-1pm, and   R 10am-12:30pm in E14-493

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