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These are the top 100 Physical Science And Engineering courses and offerings found from analyzing all discussions on Reddit that mention any Coursera course.

#1
An Introduction to Programming the Internet of Things (IOT) Specialization
Design, create, and deploy a fun IoT device using Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms.
University of California, Irvine
Ian Harris
6 reddit posts
64 mentions
#2
Computer Architecture
In this course, you will learn to design the computer architecture of complex modern microprocessors.
Princeton University
David Wentzlaff
3 reddit posts
56 mentions
#3
Robotics Specialization
The Introduction to Robotics Specialization introduces you to the concepts of robot flight and movement, how robots perceive their environment, and how they adjust their movements to avoid obstacles, navigate difficult terrains and accomplish complex tasks such as construction and disaster recovery.
University of Pennsylvania
Vijay Kumar
3 reddit posts
33 mentions
#4
Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review
The purpose of this course is to review the material covered in the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam to enable the student to pass it.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Philip Roberts
1 reddit posts
34 mentions
#5
Introduction to Engineering Mechanics
This course is an introduction to learning and applying the principles required to solve engineering mechanics problems.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
57 mentions
#6
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing is the branch of engineering that, in the space of just a few decades, has enabled unprecedented levels of interpersonal communication and of on-demand entertainment.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Paolo Prandoni
2 reddit posts
31 mentions
#7
Global Warming I
The Science and Modeling of Climate Change
This class describes the science of global warming and the forecast for humans’ impact on Earth’s climate.
The University of Chicago
David Archer
3 reddit posts
31 mentions
#8
Engineering Systems in Motion
Dynamics of Particles and Bodies in 2D Motion
This course is an introduction to the study of bodies in motion as applied to engineering systems and structures.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
47 mentions
#9
Data-driven Astronomy
Science is undergoing a data explosion, and astronomy is leading the way.
The University of Sydney
Tara Murphy
2 reddit posts
12 mentions
#10
Mechanics of Materials I
Fundamentals of Stress & Strain and Axial Loading
This course explores the topic of solid objects subjected to stress and strain.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
2 reddit posts
39 mentions
#11
Astrobiology and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Learn about the origin and evolution of life and the search for life beyond the Earth.
The University of Edinburgh
Charles Cockell
2 reddit posts
19 mentions
#12
Fundamentals of Audio and Music Engineering
Part 1 Musical Sound & Electronics
In this course students learn the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments.
University of Rochester
Robert Clark
0 reddit posts
15 mentions
#13
Fundamentals of Digital Image and Video Processing
In this class you will learn the basic principles and tools used to process images and videos, and how to apply them in solving practical problems of commercial and scientific interests.
Northwestern University
Aggelos K. Katsaggelos
1 reddit posts
32 mentions
#14
Applications in Engineering Mechanics
This course applies principles learned in my course “Introduction to Engineering Mechanics” to analyze real world engineering structures.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
39 mentions
#15
Power Electronics Specialization
Courses 1, 2, and 3 in this specialization can also be taken for academic credit as part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.
University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Robert Erickson
3 reddit posts
10 mentions
#16
How Things Work
An Introduction to Physics
An introduction to physics in the context of everyday objects.
University of Virginia
Louis A. Bloomfield
0 reddit posts
11 mentions
#17
Advanced Engineering Systems in Motion
Dynamics of Three Dimensional (3D) Motion
This course is an advanced study of bodies in motion as applied to engineering systems and structures.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
39 mentions
#18
Internet of Things Specialization
This Specialization covers the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services—including devices for sensing, actuation, processing, and communication—to help you develop skills and experiences you can employ in designing novel systems.
University of California San Diego
Harinath Garudadri
0 reddit posts
9 mentions
#19
The Science of the Solar System
Learn about the science behind the current exploration of the solar system in this free class.
Caltech
Mike Brown
0 reddit posts
8 mentions
#20
Mechanics of Materials II
Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels and Torsion
This course explores the analysis and design of thin-walled pressure vessels and engineering structures subjected to torsion.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
33 mentions
#21
MOS Transistors
PLEASE NOTE: This version of the course has been formed from an earlier version, which was actively run by the instructor and his teaching assistants.
Columbia University
Yannis Tsividis
2 reddit posts
4 mentions
#22
Mechanics of Materials III
Beam Bending
This course explores the analysis and design of beam bending problems.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
32 mentions
#23
Introduction to Electronics
This course introduces students to the basic components of electronics: diodes, transistors, and op amps.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Bonnie H. Ferri
0 reddit posts
8 mentions
#24
Mechanics of Materials IV
Deflections, Buckling, Combined Loading & Failure Theories
This course explores the analysis and design of engineering structures considering factors of deflection, buckling, combined loading, & failure theories ------------------------------------------------- The copyright of all content and materials in this course are owned by either the Georgia Tech R...
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Wayne Whiteman, PE
0 reddit posts
31 mentions
#25
Statistical Mechanics
Algorithms and Computations
In this course you will learn a whole lot of modern physics (classical and quantum) from basic computer programs that you will download, generalize, or write from scratch, discuss, and then hand in.
École normale supérieure
Werner Krauth
1 reddit posts
4 mentions
#26
Introduction to Power Electronics
This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5700, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.
University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Robert Erickson
1 reddit posts
5 mentions
#27
Interfacing with the Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi uses a variety of input/output devices based on protocols such as HDMI, USB, and Ethernet to communicate with the outside world.
University of California, Irvine
Ian Harris
1 reddit posts
6 mentions
#28
Interfacing with the Arduino
Arduino senses the environment by receiving inputs from add-on devices such as sensors, and can control the world around it by adjusting lights, motors, and other actuators.
University of California, Irvine
Ian Harris
0 reddit posts
7 mentions
#29
Global Warming II
Create Your Own Models in Python
This class provides a series of Python programming exercises intended to explore the use of numerical modeling in the Earth system and climate sciences.
The University of Chicago
David Archer
0 reddit posts
10 mentions
#30
From the Big Bang to Dark Energy
We have learned a lot recently about how the Universe evolved in 13.
The University of Tokyo
Hitoshi Murayama
1 reddit posts
6 mentions
#31
Analyzing the Universe
Using publicly available data from NASA of actual satellite observations of astronomical x-ray sources, we explore some of the mysteries of the cosmos, including neutron stars, black holes, quasars and supernovae.
Rutgers the State University of New Jersey
Dr. Terry A. Matilsky
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#32
Organic Solar Cells - Theory and Practice
The goal of the course is to give students awareness of the largest alternative form of energy and how organic / polymer solar cells can harvest this energy.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Anders Skovbo Gertsen
1 reddit posts
5 mentions
#33
Confronting The Big Questions
Highlights of Modern Astronomy
An introduction to modern astronomy's most important questions.
University of Rochester
Adam Frank
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#34
Astronomy
Exploring Time and Space
This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about modern astronomy.
University of Arizona
Chris Impey
1 reddit posts
7 mentions
#35
Comprendre les Microcontroleurs
Ce cours donne les bases théoriques et pratiques nécessaires à une bonne compréhension et utilisation des microcontrôleurs.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Jean-Daniel Nicoud
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#36
L'art des structures 1
Câbles et arcs
L'art des structures propose une découverte du fonctionnement des structures porteuses, telles que les bâtiments, les toitures ou les ponts.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Olivier L. Burdet
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#37
Geodesign
Change Your World
What happens when creativity and science come together? The power to design our world is unleashed, providing tools to inform choices about how we live! Geodesign is the glue—it’s a process that deploys creativity to connect information to people, using collaboration to better inform how we design...
The Pennsylvania State University
Prof. Kelleann Foster
3 reddit posts
1 mentions
#38
Fundamentals of GIS
Explore the world of spatial analysis and cartography with geographic information systems (GIS).
University of California, Davis
Nick Santos
0 reddit posts
6 mentions
#39
Disaster Preparedness
Have you ever viewed a news report depicting the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster? The damage to human life and property are both staggering and heartbreaking.
University of Pittsburgh
Michael Beach
1 reddit posts
7 mentions
#40
Introduction to Thermodynamics
Transferring Energy from Here to There
COURSE DESCRIPTION This course provides an introduction to the most powerful engineering principles you will ever learn - Thermodynamics: the science of transferring energy from one place or form to another place or form.
University of Michigan
Margaret Wooldridge, Ph.D.
1 reddit posts
5 mentions
#41
Our Energy Future
This course is designed to introduce students to the issues of energy in the 21st century – including food and fuels – which are inseparably linked – and will discuss energy production and utilization from the biology, engineering, economics, climate science, and social science perspectives.
University of California San Diego
Dr. Stephen Mayfield
1 reddit posts
6 mentions
#42
Introduction to Chemistry
Reactions and Ratios
This is an introductory course for students with limited background in chemistry; basic concepts involved in chemical reactions, stoichiometry, the periodic table, periodic trends, nomenclature, and chemical problem solving will be emphasized with the goal of preparing students for further study in ...
Duke University
Prof. Dorian A. Canelas
0 reddit posts
7 mentions
#43
Advanced Chemistry
A chemistry course to cover selected topics covered in advanced high school chemistry courses, correlating to the standard topics as established by the American Chemical Society.
University of Kentucky
Dr. Allison Soult
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#44
The Age of Sustainable Development
The Age of Sustainable Development" gives students an understanding of the key challenges and pathways to sustainable development - that is, economic development that is also socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable.
Columbia University
Jeffrey Sachs
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#45
Understanding Einstein
The Special Theory of Relativity
In this course we will seek to “understand Einstein,” especially focusing on the special theory of relativity that Albert Einstein, as a twenty-six year old patent clerk, introduced in his “miracle year” of 1905.
Stanford University
Larry Randles Lagerstrom
0 reddit posts
7 mentions
#46
Origins - Formation of the Universe, Solar System, Earth and Life
The Origins course tracks the origin of all things – from the Big Bang to the origin of the Solar System and the Earth.
University of Copenhagen
Henning Haack
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#47
Robotics
Aerial Robotics
How can we create agile micro aerial vehicles that are able to operate autonomously in cluttered indoor and outdoor environments? You will gain an introduction to the mechanics of flight and the design of quadrotor flying robots and will be able to develop dynamic models, derive controllers, and sy...
University of Pennsylvania
Vijay Kumar
1 reddit posts
2 mentions
#48
Understanding Research Methods
This MOOC is about demystifying research and research methods.
University of London
Dr J. Simon Rofe, SOAS, University of London
0 reddit posts
7 mentions
#49
Introduction to FPGA Design for Embedded Systems
This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5360, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.
University of Colorado Boulder
Timothy Scherr
0 reddit posts
8 mentions
#50
Creativity, Innovation, and Change
Let’s keep making history together - over and over! In 2013 and 2014, over 200,000 people from more than 190 countries came together in this MOOC to explore creativity, innovation, and change.
The Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Kathryn W. Jablokow
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#51
Introduction into General Theory of Relativity
General Theory of Relativity or the theory of relativistic gravitation is the one which describes black holes, gravitational waves and expanding Universe.
National Research University Higher School of Economics
Emil Akhmedov
1 reddit posts
2 mentions
#52
Emergent Phenomena in Science and Everyday Life
Before the advent of quantum mechanics in the early 20th century, most scientists believed that it should be possible to predict the behavior of any object in the universe simply by understanding the behavior of its constituent parts.
University of California, Irvine
Michael Dennin
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#53
Modern Robotics Specialization
Mechanics, Planning, and Control
This Specialization provides a rigorous treatment of spatial motion and the dynamics of rigid bodies, employing representations from modern screw theory and the product of exponentials formula.
Northwestern University
Kevin Lynch
0 reddit posts
12 mentions
#54
Chemistry
This course is designed to cover subjects in advanced high school chemistry courses, correlating to the standard topics as established by the American Chemical Society.
University of Kentucky
Dr. Allison Soult
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#55
¡¿Cómo?! ¿Química en mi casa?
En este curso, el participante conocerá una buena parte de la química que lo rodea y tendrá elementos para saber que la química no es tan mala como nos quieren hacer creer.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Benjamín Ruiz Loyola
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#56
Preparing for the AP Physics 1 Exam
This course is designed for high school students preparing to take the AP* Physics 1 Exam.
University of Houston
Dr. Paige K. Evans
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#57
Introduction to solar cells
How do solar cells work, why do we need, and how can we measure their efficiency? These are just some of the questions Introduction to solar cells tackles.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Morten Vesterager Madsen
7 reddit posts
1 mentions
#58
Imagining Other Earths
Are we alone? This course introduces core concepts in astronomy, biology, and planetary science that enable the student to speculate scientifically about this profound question and invent their own solar systems.
Princeton University
David Spergel
1 reddit posts
0 mentions
#59
Internet of Things
Setting Up Your DragonBoard™ Development Platform
Do you want to develop skills to prototype mobile-enabled products using state-of-the-art technologies? In this course you will build a hardware and software development environment to guide your journey through the Internet of Things specialization courses.
University of California San Diego
Ganz Chockalingam
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#60
Machine Design Part I
“Machine Design Part I” is the first course in an in-depth three course series of “Machine Design.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Kathryn Wingate
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#61
The Evolving Universe
This is an introductory astronomy survey class that covers our understanding of the physical universe and its major constituents, including planetary systems, stars, galaxies, black holes, quasars, larger structures, and the universe as a whole.
Caltech
S. George Djorgovski
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#62
The Finite Element Method for Problems in Physics
This course is an introduction to the finite element method as applicable to a range of problems in physics and engineering sciences.
University of Michigan
Krishna Garikipati, Ph.D.
1 reddit posts
2 mentions
#63
Introduction to Systems Engineering
"Introduction to Systems Engineering" uses a structured yet flexible approach to provide a holistic, solid foundation to the successful development of complicated systems.
UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales)
Dr Mike Ryan
0 reddit posts
7 mentions
#64
Origens da Vida no Contexto Cósmico
Origens da vida no contexto cósmico é um curso desenvolvido no Instituto de Astronomia, Geofísica e Ciências Atmosféricas da Universidade de São Paulo, com o objetivo de apresentar os mais recentes avanços científicos na compreensão deste intrigante assunto.
Universidade de São Paulo
Rodrigo de Souza
1 reddit posts
0 mentions
#65
Introduction to Satellite Communications
How is a satellite built? How do they fly? How do they communicate and how does the network operate? You will get all the answers in this course from teachers and researchers from three schools associated with Institut Mines-Télécom.
Institut Mines-Télécom
Laurent Franck
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#66
Introduction to Physical Chemistry
Chemical reactions underpin the production of pretty much everything in our modern world.
University of Manchester
Patrick J O'Malley, D.Sc
0 reddit posts
5 mentions
#67
Fundamentals of Fluid Power
Fluid power has the highest power density of all conventional power-transmission technologies.
University of Minnesota
James D. Van De Ven, PhD
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#68
Internet of Things
Sensing and Actuation From Devices
Have you wondered how information from physical devices in the real world gets communicated to Smartphone processors? Do you want to make informed design decisions about sampling frequencies and bit-width requirements for various kinds of sensors? Do you want to gain expertise to affect the real wo...
University of California San Diego
Ganz Chockalingam
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#69
Internet of Things
How did we get here?
It is hard to imagine life without your Smartphone – you have come to rely on it so much – for your work; to stay in touch with family and friends; to capture and share those special moments; to find your way around in a new neighborhood.
University of California San Diego
Harinath Garudadri
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#70
Mechanics
Motion, Forces, Energy and Gravity, from Particles to Planets
Most of the phenomena in the world around you are, at the fundamental level, based on physics, and much of physics is based on mechanics.
UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales)
Prof. Joe Wolfe
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#71
Wood Science
Beyond Building
The central question of this course: “why study wood?” If “why study wood” is the question, one answer would be that it is the only raw material available to us that is truly renewable in human life span terms.
West Virginia University
Lawrence Osborn
1 reddit posts
2 mentions
#72
Wind Energy
How tall is a modern wind turbine and how can it possibly generate power from the wind? This course gives an overview of key aspects in wind energy engineering.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Merete Badger
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#73
Introduction to Embedded Systems Software and Development Environments
Welcome to the Introduction to Embedded Systems Software and Development Environments.
University of Colorado Boulder
Alex Fosdick
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#74
General Chemistry
Concept Development and Application
This course will cover the topics of a full year, two semester General Chemistry course.
Rice University
John Steven Hutchinson
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#75
Quantitative Methods
Discover the principles of solid scientific methods in the behavioral and social sciences.
University of Amsterdam
Annemarie Zand Scholten
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#76
Robotics
Estimation and Learning
How can robots determine their state and properties of the surrounding environment from noisy sensor measurements in time? In this module you will learn how to get robots to incorporate uncertainty into estimating and learning from a dynamic and changing world.
University of Pennsylvania
Daniel Lee
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#77
Converter Circuits
This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5701, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.
University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Robert Erickson
1 reddit posts
0 mentions
#78
Quantum Optics 1
Single Photons
This course gives you access to basic tools and concepts to understand research articles and books on modern quantum optics.
École Polytechnique
Alain Aspect
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#79
Wireless Communications for Everybody
This course will provide an introduction and history of cellular communication systems that have changed our lives during the recent four decades and will become an essential and inseparable part of human life.
Yonsei University
Kwang-Soon Kim
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#80
A Circular Economy of Metals
Towards a Sustainable Societal Metabolism
Metals are present everywhere around us and are one of the major materials upon which our economies are built.
Universiteit Leiden
Ester van der Voet
2 reddit posts
0 mentions
#81
Big History - From the Big Bang until Today
Welcome to this Big History course! In this course, renowned scientists and scholars from the University of Amsterdam and beyond will take you on a journey from the Big Bang until today while addressing key questions in their fields.
University of Amsterdam
Esther Quaedackers
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#82
Kinematics
Describing the Motions of Spacecraft
The movement of bodies in space (like spacecraft, satellites, and space stations) must be predicted and controlled with precision in order to ensure safety and efficacy.
University of Colorado Boulder
Hanspeter Schaub
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#83
Building Arduino robots and devices
For many years now, people have been improving their tools, studying the forces of nature and bringing them under control, using the energy of the nature to operate their machines.
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Алексей Перепелкин
1 reddit posts
19 mentions
#84
Mastering bitumen for better roads and innovative applications
During the four coming weeks, best experts in bitumen will bring you their knowledge and experience to build a strong understanding of today’s realities and new perspectives on the future of bitumen.
École des Ponts ParisTech
Eric GOSSE
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#85
Materials Science
10 Things Every Engineer Should Know
We explore “10 things” that range from the menu of materials available to engineers in their profession to the many mechanical and electrical properties of materials important to their use in various engineering fields.
University of California, Davis
James Shackelford
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#86
Material Behavior
Have you ever wondered why ceramics are hard and brittle while metals tend to be ductile? Why some materials conduct heat or electricity while others are insulators? Why adding just a small amount of carbon to iron results in an alloy that is so much stronger than the base metal? In this course, ...
Georgia Institute of Technology
Thomas H. Sanders, Jr.
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#87
Natural Attenuation of Groundwater Contaminants
New Paradigms, Technologies, and Applications
Cleaning up the large number of groundwater contamination sites is a significant and complex environmental challenge.
Rice University
Pedro Alvarez
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#88
Kinetics
Studying Spacecraft Motion
As they tumble through space, objects like spacecraft move in dynamical ways.
University of Colorado Boulder
Hanspeter Schaub
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#89
Control of Nonlinear Spacecraft Attitude Motion
This course trains you in the skills needed to program specific orientation and achieve precise aiming goals for spacecraft moving through three dimensional space.
University of Colorado Boulder
Hanspeter Schaub
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#90
Energy, Environment, and Everyday Life
For a sample of what this course will include, see the video "Energy, Environment, and Everyday Life MOOC with University of Illinois Professor David Ruzic" - http://go.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
David N. Ruzic
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#91
Introduction to Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage
It is well known that water treatment at the household level can lead to dramatic improvements in drinking water quality.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Rick Johnston
0 reddit posts
2 mentions
#92
Simulation and modeling of natural processes
This course gives you an introduction to modeling methods and simulation tools for a wide range of natural phenomena.
University of Geneva
Bastien Chopard
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#93
Electric Industry Operations and Markets
This is a two week course.
Duke University
Lincoln Pratson
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#94
Nanotechnology
A Maker’s Course
How can we create nano-structures that are 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair? How can we “see” at the nano-scale? Through instruction and lab demonstrations, in this course you will obtain a rich understanding of the capabilities of nanotechnology tools, and how to use this eq...
Duke University
Nan M. Jokerst
0 reddit posts
4 mentions
#95
Spacecraft Dynamics and Control Specialization
Spacecraft Dynamics and Control covers three core topic areas: the description of the motion and rates of motion of rigid bodies (Kinematics), developing the equations of motion that prediction the movement of rigid bodies taking into account mass, torque, and inertia (Kinetics), and finally non-lin...
University of Colorado Boulder
Hanspeter Schaub
0 reddit posts
6 mentions
#96
Planet Earth...and You!
Earthquakes, volcanoes, mountain building, ice ages, landslides, floods, life evolution, plate motions—all of these phenomena have interacted over the vast expanses of deep time to sculpt the dynamic planet that we live on today.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dr. Stephen Marshak
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#97
Greening the Economy
Sustainable Cities
How can we shape urban development towards sustainable and prosperous futures? This course will explore sustainable cities as engines for greening the economy.
Lund University
Dr. Kes McCormick
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#98
Mécanique de Newton
Ces quelques leçons de mécanique de Newton font partie d'un cours de formation de base en mécanique Newtonienne présenté sous la forme d'un MOOC en quatre parties : 1.
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Jean-Philippe Ansermet
0 reddit posts
1 mentions
#99
CAD and Digital Manufacturing Specialization
The future of making is here, bringing with it radical changes in the way things are designed, made, and used.
Autodesk
0 reddit posts
3 mentions
#100
Linear Circuits 1
DC Analysis
This course explains how to analyze circuits that have direct current (DC) current or voltage sources.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Bonnie H. Ferri
0 reddit posts
2 mentions