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  1. ECE 695A Lecture 3: Reliability as a Threshold Problem

    17 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Outline:Reliability as a Threshold Problem: Empirical vs. Physical Models‘Blind Fish in a Waterfall’ as a prototype for Accelerated Testing/Statistical distributionFour elements of Physical ReliabilityConclusions

  2. ECE 695A Lecture 4: Structures and Defects in Crystals

    17 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Outline:Background informationDefect-free crystal structuresDefects in crystalsConclusions

  3. ECE 695A Lecture 5: Amorphous Material/Interfaces

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Outline:Amorphous vs. crystalline materialsDefect-free amorphous materialOrigin of defects (Maxwell’s relation)Conclusions

  4. ECE 595E Lecture 3: Computability

    17 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

    Outline:Overview • DefinitionsComputing MachinesChurch-Turing ThesisPolynomial TimeExample

  5. ECE 595E Numerical Simulations for Energy Applications

    17 Jan 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

  6. ECE 595E Lecture 4: NP-hardness

    17 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

    Outline:Recap from FridayClass NPNon-deterministic Turing machinesReducibilityCook-Levin theoremCoping with NP Hardness

  7. ECE 595E Lecture 5: Linear Algebra

    18 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

    Outline:Recap from MondayOverview: Computational Linear AlgebraGaussian EliminationLU DecompositionSingular Value DecompositionSparse MatricesQR Decomposition

  8. An Overview of Fourth Fundamental Circuit Element- 'The Memristor'

    22 Jan 2013 | Papers | Contributor(s): Tukaram Dattatray Dongale

    The fourth fundamental circuit element- Memristor, was mathematically predicted by Prof. Leon Chua in his seminal research paper in IEEE Transaction on Circuit Theory on the symmetric background. After four decade in 2008, researchers at the Hewlett–Packard (HP) laboratories reported the...

  9. Engineering and Science Instructors' Intended Learning Outcomes with Computational Simulations as Learning Tools

    26 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alejandra J. Magana

    This presentation describes the results of a study aiming to identify how 14 instructors incorporated into their classrooms computational simulations as learning tools. The study was based on the following research question: What were the intended learning outcomes that guided the instructors'...

  10. Opportunities for Integrating nanoHUB Computational Simulations as Learning Tools

    25 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alejandra J. Magana

    This presentation introduces a research agenda that focuses on identifying how to provide: (i) instructors with educational resources to help them better integrate nanoHUB computational simulation tools into their teaching and (ii) learners with adequate scaffolds (supports) to use computational...

  11. Students Perceptions and Experiences of Using Computational Simulations as Learning Tools

    25 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alejandra J. Magana

    This presentation summarizes the results of three research studies aiming to investigate students perceptions and experiences of using computational simulations as learning tools. The three guiding research questions were: (i) how do students with different academic level experience nanoHUB...

  12. State of Art of Nanotoxicology

    20 Mar 2013 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s): VEERA CSR CHITTEPU

    Brief introduction to nanotoxicology and how computer modeling and simulations can help nanotoxociology research. free softwares and commercial softwares that are avialable from world wide web to calculate nanoQSAR.

  13. ECE 695A Lecture 6: Defects in the Bulk and at Interfaces

    01 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Outline:Strain in materials/origin of defectsExamples: bulk defectsExamples: interface defectsMeasurementsConclusions

  14. ECE 695A Lecture 7: Trapping in Pre-existing Traps

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Outline:Pre-existing vs. stress-induced trapsVoltage-shift in pre-existing bulk/interface trapsRandom Telegraph Noise, 1/f noiseConclusion

  15. ECE 695A Lecture 7A: Appendix - Theory of Stochastic Distribution

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Supplemental information for Lecture 7: Trapping in Pre-existing Traps

  16. ECE 695A Lecture 7R: Review Questions

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Muhammad Alam

    Review Questions:Why are there more types of defects in crystals than in amorphous material?From the perspective of Maxwell’s relation, how does H reduce defect density?Why is HfO2 so defective --- and why do you want to use it?Which type of traps involve faster trapping/detrapping, Pb center or...

  17. ECE 595E Lecture 7: Optimization and Eigenvalues

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

  18. ECE 595E Lecture 8: Eigenvalues

    29 Jan 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

    Outline:Recap from WednesdayEigenproblem Solution TechniquesPower MethodsInverse IterationAtomic TransformationsFactorization Methods

  19. Birck Solar Research Seminar Series

    08 Feb 2013 | Series | Contributor(s): Peter Bermel

    The Solar Research Series includes presentations from researchers at Purdue and leading researchers across the nation on developments in wafer-based, thin-film, organic and cross-cutting technologies in photovoltaics (PV) and related solar power. Results to be presented will include a mixture of...

  20. Vacuum Nanosystemsfor Energy Conversion

    01 Feb 2013 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Roger T. Howe

    Micro and nano-fabricated sensors (e.g., accelerometers and gyroscopes) and actuators (e.g., light valve chips for projection and cell-phone displays) have become commonplace in recent years. Some of these devices must operate in a hermetically sealed, lowpressure ambient, a need that motivated...

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