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Timothy Bauch

Senior Lab Engineer
Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science
College of Science

585-475-4486
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Timothy Bauch

Senior Lab Engineer
Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science
College of Science

585-475-4486

Currently Teaching

IMGS-181
3 Credits
Innovative Freshman Experience I is the first of a two-course sequence. Through the exploration of concepts in physics, math, and computer science, students will experience the creation of a system to address a contemporary technological need through the application of the principles of the scientific method. With the help of faculty and staff from different departments across campus, as well as external experts, students will plan and organize the effort, review current literature applicable to the posed technical challenge, apply hypotheses to address presented scientific questions, conduct experiments to assess technology options, integrate components to create a prototype, and confirm that the prototype and methods meet desired levels of performance. The students will develop a working knowledge of the scientific method and an appreciation for the value of teamwork in technical disciplines, develop the skills required to execute a large project, and increase proficiency in oral and written technical communication.
IMGS-182
3 Credits
This is the second of a two-course sequence aimed at designing, developing, and building a functional imaging system that will be useful to a real world external constituency to achieve its technical goals. With help from faculty and staff from imaging science and other departments across campus, the unified team of students will plan and organize the effort, assess technology options, integrate components, and confirm that the system meets desired levels of performance. Students will develop a general understanding of the foundational concepts of imaging science, a working knowledge of the principles of systems engineering, an appreciation for the value of teamwork in technical disciplines and practice oral and written technical communication. In this second course of the sequence, students proceed with construction and testing of their system that was designed in IMGS-181.