This course takes a technical look at coffee production, and a strong foundation in calculus, chemistry, and physics is therefore strongly recommended.
This course covers the fundamental ideas behind smart devices and modern electronics.
Course packages that do not have the minimum number of students will not be offered, but students may transfer to other packages.
Courses do not receive UBC credit but credit may be granted by the student's home university (at its discretion).
This course will study these processes in detail, exploring fermentation, filtration, distillation and carbonation from the perspective of chemical engineering.
Underlying principles and disciplines, including cell culture, bioprocessing, heat and mass transfer, and phase separation will be studied in detail, both in the classroom and in hands-on laboratory experiments, along with discussions on economics and market analysis, and environmental sustainability.
You need more than a digital system and basic programming to make your electronics work- you have to understand electricity, sensors, and what it takes to bring everything to life.