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Materials are the physical foundations for the development of science and technology. The human civilizations are historically designated by the evolution of materials, such as the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. Nowadays, materials science and technology support most of the industrial sectors, including aerospace, telecommunications, transportation, architecture, infrastructure and so on. Fundamentals of Materials Science is a core module for undergraduates majored in materials science and engineering. This English course will be taught by Prof. Guo Qiang, Prof. Reddy and Prof. Liu Jing from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. An integrated approach of combining metallic, ceramic and polymeric materials will be adopted in this course, for the attendants to attain a deep understanding on the correlation of composition, microstructure, processing and properties in materials science. Let’s gather in this course and explore the wonderland of materials together....

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By Cor v H

Mar 3, 2021

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By Yuvaraj G

Apr 29, 2021


By Prabhu S

Jun 8, 2021

Course content is very crisp and easy to understand.

By Juan F H P

Aug 27, 2021

good course

By Rolando G J

Oct 9, 2021



Jul 12, 2021

I am very grateful to learn by international great teachers, Everything goes smoothly . Great course with basic to advance and clear all doubt. Thanks

By Md. A

Jul 17, 2021

very interesting ang learning.

By Fady Y F S

Nov 19, 2021

very good

By Hamd G

Nov 27, 2021


By Juan M S

Nov 28, 2021

The course covers some interesting aspects of Material Science, in particular what concerns steels and metal alloys. However in other important aspects of that Science, such as ceramics, composites, polymers, the coverage is sensibly lower, what in my view lowers also the general quality of the course, maybe opening up the possibility and opportunity of a second course dealing with those materials. I would also refer to some difficulties faced in the comprehension of the lessons given by the last professor (the person who has covered the final part of the course), may be due to the fact of not speaking English as a mother tongue level. In any case the course is interesting and I have gotten some new, fresh and valuable knowledge about engineering materials