World Scientific Publishing Company: Lessons from Nanoscience
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Advisory Board: M. Ashraf Alam (Purdue), Marc Baldo (MIT), and Gang Chen (MIT)
“Lessons from Nanoscience” aims to present new viewpoints that help understand, integrate, and apply recent developments in nanoscience while also using them to re-think old and familiar subjects. Some of these viewpoints may not yet be in final form, but we hope this series will provide a forum for them to evolve and develop into the textbooks of tomorrow that train and guide our students and young researchers as they turn nanoscience into nanotechnology. To help communicate across disciplines, the series aims to be accessible to anyone with a bachelor’s degree in science or engineering.
Summer 2012: Supriyo Datta, Purdue University, Lessons from Nanoelectronics: A New Perspective on Transport.
Readers are encouraged to check the above link for information regarding the nanoHUB-U online course based on these notes and for gaining access to related video lectures, tutorials and discussions. They can also join a continuing discussion forum keyed to these lecture notes.
Spring 2013: Mark S. Lundstrom and C. Jeong, Purdue University, Near-Equilibrium Transport: Fundamentals and Applications (Lectures)
Forthcoming titles in the series:
Summer 2013: Tim S. Fisher, Purdue University, Thermal Energy at the Nanoscale Preview Lectures
Fall 2013: Alejandro Strachan, Purdue University, Atomistic View of Materials
Fall 2013: Avik Ghosh, University of Virginia, Nanoelectronics: A Molecular View
Spring 2014: Muhammad Alam, Purdue University, Nano-biosensors: Three Easy Pieces
Spring 2014: Mark Lundstrom, Purdue University, Essential Physics of Nanoscale Transistors
Fall 2014: Jaijeet Roychowdhury, Univ. of California Berkeley, Developing Simulation-Ready Compact Models
Fall 2014: Kaustav Banerjee, Univ. of California Santa Barbara, Circuit Design Perspectives: the NANO approach
Fall 2014: Tsu-Jae King Liu, Univ. of California Berkeley, Microdevices
Related on-line resources: Electronics from the Bottom Up