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Abhishek Raj Gupta
@ 04:30 AM on 06 Mar, 2011
5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the best material to gain an insight for nanodevices. Everyone who wants to work in field of nanoelectronics must read it
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Abhishek Raj Gupta
@ 03:58 AM on 06 Mar, 2011
Rakesh Kumar Dhull
@ 09:40 PM on 31 Oct, 2007
Its a wonderful website for students/scientists/engineers. The information presented is coherent and effectively produced in a very clear style.
Kudos to Purdue Team!!! Gr8 job for technological advancement.
@ 12:38 PM on 18 Jun, 2007
Venkata Kranthi Kiran Cherukuri
@ 07:36 AM on 31 May, 2007
Gabriel Angel Gonzalez Esparza
@ 01:06 PM on 09 May, 2007
very interesting and helpful
Jaydeep P. Kulkarni
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Oscar Eduardo GuzmÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â¡n Cuesta
@ 09:12 PM on 15 Mar, 2006
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@ 04:38 PM on 26 Jan, 2006
Both the slides and notes well made, especially the notes. The content is comprehensive and includes the relation between models for nanoscale and conventinal MOSFET
@ 11:37 AM on 26 Jan, 2006
This gives me easy and step-by-step approach to ballistic nanotransistors.
james k fodor
@ 10:24 AM on 26 Jan, 2006
This is a great learning module. If I had to suggest an improvement, though, I wish that equations were numbered sequentially throughout the entire presentation. Simply because it would help expedite the note-taking process, which would in turn lead to less ‘pausing.’
@ 09:12 AM on 26 Jan, 2006
It’s an excellent material to learn ballistic FETs
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