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Nano - Information on Education: Courses

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EXAMPLES OF COURSES ON NANOSCALE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING OFFERED IN U.S. UNIVERSITIES

  • Advanced Quantum Devices, University of Notre Dame (EE 666)
  • Nano-course, Cornell Nanofabrication Facility (A. Clark, M. Isaacson)
  • New Technologies, University of Wisconsin, Madison (R. Hamers)
  • Nanostructured Materials, Renssellaer Polytechnic Institute (R. Siegel)
  • Colloid Chemical Approach to Construction of Nanoparticles and
    Nanostructured Materials
    , Clarkson University (J.N. Fendler)
  • Nanoparticles Processes, Yale University (D. Rosner)
  • Nanorobotics, South California University (A. Requicha)
  • Nanotechnology, Virginia Commonwealth University (M. El-Shall)
  • Chemistry and Physics of Nanomaterials, University of Washington (Y. Xia)
  • Scanning Probes and Nanostructure Characterization, Clemson University
    (D. Correll)
  • Nano-scale Physics, Clemson University (D. Correll)
  • “Capstone Course on Nanotechnology", with “hands-on” activities for
    two-year colleges at the Penn State University Nanofabrication Facility
    (S.J. Fonash)
  • Nanomanufacturing Processes, U. of Arkansas in partnership with Oklahoma  and Nebraska (A.P. Malshe), using the Distributed Interactive Studio House, DISH, a multimedia classroom integrated laboratory
  • Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Purdue University (R. Reinfenberger)
  • Visual Quantum Mechanics, Kansas State University
  • Mathematics in Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Institute of Pure and
    Applied Mathematics
  • Nanotechnology: What's So Big About the Sciecne of the Very Small?,
    Rice University's School of Continuing Studies
  • NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics and Materials at Northwestern University

 

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