Course Outline

Introduction

  • Overview of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Using Tools for Nano Measurement

  • Scanning electron microscopy
  • Using energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
  • Transmitting electron microscopy
  • Using X-ray and optical characterization

Fabricating Nano-objects

  • Using vacuum pumps
  • Thin film vacuum deposition
  • Vapor deposition
  • Using pattern and self-assembly
  • Etching

Nanochemistry

  • Understanding carbon to porous solids and nanoparticle synthesis
  • Applications of Nanochemistry

Nanophysics

  • Understanding quantum effects
  • Using Nanoelectronic devices
  • Optical nanostructures

Nanobiology, Nanomedicine, and Micro-nanofluidics

  • Manipulating molecules
  • Treating diseases with Nanomedicine
  • On-chip manipulation of liquids for medical diagnosis
  • Applications of Nanobiology, Nanomedicine, and Micro-nanofluidics

Effects of Nanoscience on Society

  • Is Nanotechnology dangerous?
  • Societal, health, and environmental issues

Summary and Next Steps

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of the physical laws and effects in the nano-world
  • Basic knowledge of Nanoscience fields

Audience

  • Scientists
  • Anyone interested in Nanoscience
 21 Hours

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