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  • QWalk Quantum Monte Carlo Tutorial

    Featured 24 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    An accurate method to calculate the many body ground state of electrons
  • Embedding science and technology education into students' lifestyles and technology choices

    Featured 24 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    Learning experiences of the future will be multi-sensory, engage technologies and significant computational power continuously and invisibly, and will be completely engaging. The emergence of highly cross-disciplinary fields like nanoscale science and technology, bioinformatics, and...
  • On the Rise of an Electronic Species: Thoughts on the Impending Singularity

    Featured 24 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    The human brain is vastly more complex that our best supercomputers; yet it can be argued that both systems evolve towards common underlying solutions to fundamental compute problems. Biologically-inspired electronic technologies already are enabling new products, and inversely, nano-electronics...
  • Hybrid CMOS/SET models for PSpice?

    Featured 24 Aug 2014 in Answers

    Asked by Manolis Grifoman - 3 weeks 6 days ago - 0 responses

    Hello! Can anyone tell me where can I find models for hybrid transistors (CMOS and Sinlgle Electron) for designing circuits in PSpice? I must find them for my homework. Thank you!

23 Aug 2014

  • Crystal Viewer Tool

    Featured 23 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    Visualize different crystal lattices and planes
  • Computational Nanoscience, Pop-Quiz Solutions

    Featured 23 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    The solutions to the pop-quiz are given in this handout.University of California, Berkeley
  • Renewable Energy from Synthetic Biology

    Featured 23 Aug 2014 in Resources (non-tools)

    Jay Keasling, Co-Leader of The Helios Project, is the Director of the Physical Biosciences Division at Berkeley Lab, and a groundbreaking researcher in the new scientific field of synthetic biology. He is a UC Berkeley professor of Chemical and Bioengineering, and founder of Amyris...
  • Is nanotechnology more Materials Science or Physics oriented?

    Featured 23 Aug 2014 in Answers

    Asked by Ajay Krishnan - 5 months 3 weeks ago - 1 response

    I want to pursue nanotechnology as a field of higher study. Would I be better off going for a Physics degree, or a Materials Science degree? As a bachelor’s student, are there any foundation courses that I need to complete in order to enter this field? Thanks

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