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26 Apr 2009
Can anyone tell me the names of US Universities good for Nanoelectronics?
Can anyone tell me the names of US Universities good for Nanoelectronics since I plan to apply for PhD in Fall 2010?
23 Sep 2010
this is from my knowledge because i see these univ names most of the time in the literatures…
Louisiana Tech University
University of Albany
University of California, Berkeley
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Ahmed Ibrahim Saeed
04 Apr 2010
Purdue rules for sure
then…Arizona State University(ASU),there exists Prof.Dragica Vasileska ,one of the very active researchers in Computational NanoElectronics.
03 Jul 2009
Part of the answer depends on your desire to either focus on experimental, theoretical, or modeling/simulation work.
The Network for Computational Nanotechnology is comprised mostly of theorists and computational experts at 6 Universities: Purdue, Northwestern, Berkeley, Illinois, Norfolk State and UTEP. Of these 6 Universities, Purdue is the center with the most critical mass in Nanoelectronics. There are over 60 graduate students working in theoretical and computational aspects of Nanoelectronics. The faculty members there are:
Klimeck /members/3482, and
There are other good Nanoelectronic research groups in the U.S.
The Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue is a new fabrication facility with some 170 active graduate students conducting experimental research, large numbers of these are in nanoelectronics.
The NNIN is a Network of Universities focused on experimental work in Nanotechnology and might be a good reference as well.
26 May 2009
You can have a look here:
www.master-nanotech.com (excellent master in Europe)
Or go to Europe for a PhD (Paris, Grenoble, Delft, etc.)…
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