Graduate Courses

CSE 556: Computational Fabrication Overview of the computational tools and concepts used throughout the modern pipeline for computational fabrication, including topics such as hardware abstraction languages, geometry processing fundamentals, physics-based simulation, optimization techniques, data-driven design methods, and algorithms for high-performance interactive applications.
CSE 599H: Computer Science for Social Good The goal of this course is to use computer science tools to tackle real world projects in a productive fashion. The Fall 2017 edition of this course focused on 3D printing and its applications for accessibility, education, sustainability, and the developing world.
CSE 599J1: Selected Topics in Computational Fabrication This course explores research problems in computational design for manufacturing. Topics include additive manufacturing, subtractive manufacturing, knitting, architecture, mechanisms, robotics, aerodynamics, machine learning, and programming languages.