This course is an in-depth, hands-on exposure to the producing and tailoring of the materials used in nanofabrication. The course will cover chemical materials production techniques such as colloidal chemistry; atmosphere, low-pressure and plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition; nebulization; and atomic layer deposition. It will also cover physical techniques such as sputtering; thermal and electron beam evaporation; and spin-on approaches. This course is designed to give students experience in producing a wide variety of materials tailored for their mechanical, electrical, optical, magnetic, and biological properties.
The fist 5 lectures (units 1 through 4) of this course are available on nanoHUB. To view the remaining lectures, please goto the NACK website.
- An Introduction to Colloidal and Self-Assembled Materials
- An Introduction to Nanoparticles and Nanostructures
- An Introduction to Nanoparticle Synthesis and Applications
- Quantum Dots
- Micro- and Nanomaterials in Bio Applications
- PDMS: An Example of a Versatile Material for Micro- and Nanotechnology
- Oxidation and Dielectric Materials
- Material Fabrication Utilizing Dry Etch Chemistry
- Material Fabrication Utilizing Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD)
Funded, in part, by a grant from the National Science Foundation. DUE 1205105
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