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  1. White House Blog: Educating and Inspiring Students through Nanotechnology was featured in an article published by the White House Blog regarding educating and inspiring students through nanotechnology. The Administration’s updated Strategy...

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  2. What are courses?

    The nanoHUB-U InitiativeTranscending disciplines with short courses accessible to students in any branch of science or engineering. Cutting-edge topics distilled into short lectures with quizzes,...

  3. Frequently Asked Questions about Courses on nanoHUB

    What is the difference between free courses and courses I pay for? I paid for an instructor-led course. How do I get in? I am not sure which courses I am enrolled in. How can I check this? Why...

  4. Can I contribute a tool on nanoHUB that has binary code only?

    Generally, we don’t recommend submitting binary code as a tool on nanoHUB. Code can be sensitive to changes in libraries or other changes in our operating system and compiled binaries do not allow...

  5. Why do I need Java?

    In order to access nanoHUB simulation tools, you must have Java version 1.4 or later installed on your machine and enabled in your web browser. Note that Java is not the same as Javascript. Visit...

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  1. [Illinois] Engineering the Mode Coupling in Microrings for Laser and Sensor Applications

    12 Feb 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Lynford Goddard

    The integrated microring Bragg reflector forms the basis of a new family of compact reflective photonic devices. The buildup of field strength in the high quality factor ring resonator...

  2. Photonic Quantum Computation & Quantum Simulation

    11 Feb 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Philip Walther

    The advantages of the photons makes optical quantum system ideally suited for fundamental quantum physics experiments and a variety of applications in quantum information processing. Here I will...

  3. Predictive Simulations of Materials and Devices with Quantified Uncertainties

    11 Feb 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alejandro Strachan

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  4. Progress Toward Wafer-Scale Thermionic Energy Conversion

    11 Feb 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Roger T. Howe

    I will provide an update on recent progress at Stanford on achieving higher efficiency, wafer-scale thermionic converters – particularly, in achieving very high thermal isolation between the...

  5. Birck Nanotechnology Center 10th Anniversary Opening Remarks

    11 Feb 2016 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Debasish Dutta

    Opening remarks celebrating the Birck Nanotechnology Center 10th Anniversary.

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  1. Database of The Big Ideas in Nanoscale Science and Engineering (NSTA) 02 Feb 2016 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Tanya Faltens

    This database lists the 9 Big Ideas of Nanoscale Science and Engineering along with the Learning Goals associated with each Big Idea. Instructors should refer to the NSTA publication, "The Big...

  2. NISE Net NanoDays Kit Database 22 Jan 2016 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Tanya Faltens

    This is a database of NISE Net NanoDays Kits, with links to information about the kits and instructional videos. This database was created in 2014 and there may be some additional content added...

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