The course provides students with sufficient knowledge and understanding of the theoretical principles and main applications in the field of nanoscience, such as reflection, refraction and optical diffraction in nanoscale structures. Nano Thin Films Science and Technology. This course aims to introduce students to the technology of thin films fabrication and the various characterization methods used during or after the fabrication process.
Nano Nanoscale Modeling and Simulation. This course aims at introducing students to modern methods of modeling and simulation at the micro and macro levels and their practical applications by using computer systems. Nano Nano Sensors and Actuators.
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Nano Carbon NanotubesMaterials and Devices. This course deals with the following materials: introduction to nanotechnology carbon, carbon nanotubes, applications of carbon nanotubes, fullerens, scale dependence on properties and methods of carbon nanotubes.
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Nano Electrochemical Nanomaterials and Devices. This course focuses on the methods of manufacturing and analyzing Nano electrochemical systems and materials using electrochemical methods in the various applications of nanoscale sensors. Nano Micro and Nano Robots. Nano Water Desalination Using Nanotechnology. The aim of this course is to introduce students to the nanotechnology techniques used in the desalination processes.
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Nano Engineering and Science. Page Image. Topics include nanowires, quantum dots, thin films, electrical transport, electron emission properties, optical behavior, mechanical behavior, and technical applications of nanomaterials. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Cross-listed with MAE NANO Electrochemistry 4. Structure of the double layer, cell potential and electrochemical thermodynamics, charge transfer kinetics, electrochemical transport phenomena, and introduction to colloidal chemistry.
Applications such as corrosion prevention, electroplating, reactor design, batteries and fuel cells. NANO Microfluids 4. This course covers the design, microfabrication, operational principles, basic transport processes and diverse applications of microfluidic and nanofluidic lab-on-a-chip systems. Various nanoscale systems where macroscopic laws of mass, heat, and momentum transfer break down and advanced concepts from non-equilibrium statistical mechanics concepts such as transition state and Green-Kubo theories, and molecular simulations for modeling nanoscale transport issues will be introduced.
Cross-listed with CENG Physics and chemistry of catalysis over solid surfaces, clusters and nanoparticles, with emphasis on fabrication of nanostructured materials and devices. Surface structure, bonding, adsorption-desorption kinetics and equilibria, kinetic models of reactions, selection of catalysts, activation and deactivation, experimental techniques, biocatalysis.
Chemical reaction kinetics coupled with material and energy transport processes for fabrication of nanostructured materials and devices.
Chemical vapor deposition, etching, and patterning of films. Nanoparticle, nanofiber, and nanotube growth. Theory, simulation, and reactor design. This course examines the role nanotechnology will play in addressing the many scientific and engineering challenges for new energy production. NANO Nanosensors 4. This course illustrates how the ability to tailor the properties of nanomaterials can be used for designing powerful sensing and biosensing devices.
Nanosensors based on metal nanoparticles, semi-conductor nanowires and nanocrystals and carbon nanotubes, will be covered. The basis of magnetism: classical and quantum mechanical points of view. Introduction to thin film and nano-magnetism, including interfacial magnetism, coupling and magneto-transport.
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Topics include descriptive crystal chemistry, structure determination, free electron gas in dimensional solids, tight-binding approximation, band structure.
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This course explores the potential impacts of nanoscience and nanotechnology on environmental processes and human health as well as the sustainable design, development and use of nanotechnologies. The course addresses questions and issues arising from the expected increases in the development of nanotechnology-based consumer products and their potential effects on the environment.
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Michael, Eds. This is the third volume of a series dealing with real-time measurements in the rodent brain and in one instance measurements in the human injured brain. The focus in this volume of 16 chapters is on improvement of temporal and spatial resolution and also on the specificity of specific neurological functions afforded by optogenetics. In some cases this has been combined with electrochemical monitoring to yield 1 ms time resolution. High spatial and temporal resolution has been realized utilizing the Interface between Two Immiscible Electrolyte Solutions ITIES technique using an electrode 30 nm in diameter inserted in a synapse of nm.
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