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Welcome to the Nanotechnology group! This is a place where you can find and share material on nanotechnology. If you are a student or practicing engineer or scientist who wants to learn more about nanotechnology or an instructor looking for materials to use in a course, you can find material here that includes complete courses and seminars on specialized topics.

Much of the material is freely accessible by any visitor, but by joining this group, you can participate in discussions on topics of interest to you, post items to the group wiki or even work on a project with other group members. Additionally, as a group member you may receive notifications about new materials and events of interest to the nanotechnology group members. Adding events to the group calendar is as easy as clicking on “add event”.

You can also contribute more substantial resources to nanoHUB through the resource contribution process, and then send a message to the group manager so that links to those resources can be added to this group.


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Introductory Material

Nanotechnology 101 Lecture Series

Purdue University. 21 Lectures.
Taught by various Guest Speakers.
Selected Topics: nanotechnology, Moore’s law, nanoelectronics, CMOS nanotechnology, quantum dots, renewable energy, synthetic biology, solar energy, scientific ethics, transistors, thermoelectrics, superconductors, sensors.

Resources for Engineering 132

Taught by various Guest Speakers.
Selected Topics: fundamentals of nanotechnology, atomic force microscopy (AFM), applications of nanotechnology


Graduate Courses

Nanotechnology 501 Lecture Series

Purdue University (2005). 111 Lectures.
Taught by various Guest Speakers.
Selected Topics: nanophotonics, nanoelectronics, device reliability , thermoelectrics, biological sensing, the ballistic transistor, nanoscale device simulation, nanomedical systems, phonon dynamics, ion channels, micro and nano electro-mechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS), self-healing polymers, quantum computing, quantum fluids, non-linear optics.

Introduction of Nano Science and Technology

ME 498NF at the University of Illinois, Urbana –Chamgaign (2009). 27 Lectures.
Taught by Nick Fang
Selected Topics: nanoscience, quantum mechanics, constitutive description of materials, surface interactions, collective phenomena, nanoscale thermal and fluidic management, sensing, energy conversion, nanomanufacturing, nanoscale biomimetic devices and systems.

Introduction to Nanotechnology

ECET 499N at Purdue University (2009). 12 Lectures.
Taught by Helen McNally
Selected Topics: atomic force microscopy, carbon nanotubes, electron microscopy, material science, nanoelectronics, nanomaterials, nanomedicine, nanoparticles, nanotechnology general, nanotribology, scanning probe microscopy, scanning tunneling microscopy, surface science, TEM, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

Nanomaterials

MSE 376 at Northwestern University (2005). 19 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Hersam
Selected Topics: film deposition, lithography, chemical synthesis, carbon nanomaterials, SPM lithography, nanoscale CMOS, nanomagnetism, nanoscale thermal properties, nanoelectromechanical systems

Curriculum on Nanotechnology

Purdue University/ Online (2005) 20 Lectures.
Taught by various Guest Speakers.
Selected Topics: atomic-scale simulation, nanoelectronics, biological physics, engineering materials, nanomaterials, computational nanoscience, optic imaging, solid state electronic devices, electronic transport in semiconductors, modeling and simulation, nanoscale transistors, nanophotonics, quantum transport, transmission electron microscopy

Semiconductor Nanotechnology

ECE598XL at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2009). 3 Lectures.
Taught by Xiuling Li
Selected Topics: semiconductor nanotechnology, nanostructure, epitaxial growth techniques, nano-device integration and manufacturing, energy conversion, quantum dot formation

Illinois Nano EP Seminar Series

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2011). 23 Lectures.
Taught by Various Speakers
Selected Topics: nanoelectronics, nanophotonics (NANO-EP), nanobioelectronics, MOCVD for device applications, spin transistors, carbon nanotubes (CNT), bio-integrated electronics, quantum dot and nanopore lasers, photonic integrated circuits, nanomaterial formation, amorphous and disordered materials, III-nitride power transistors, Si CMOS, high frequency mode-locked diode lasers

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