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Does an observer determine reality?  Can I use quantum mechanics to create my own reality?  Quantum mechanics takes us into the wild and wacky world of the really small where particles are waves, waves are particles, and the physical intuition we have from our everyday life doesn't seem to work. If we lived in Quantumland, we could sit in three chairs at once and even speed without getting a ticket.  Using everyday objects like a slinky, some dice, and soda pop cans, we'll uncover how quantum mechanics really works.

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Tanya Faltens onto content to share in a group

Inspection of Crystal Viewer 3.0 for simulation of crystalline formations

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Daniel Fernandes onto Crystals

A lab activity for introduction to machine learning in materials science

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Selena Zhang onto Materials

Object oriented finite element analysis tool

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Daniel Philip Shoemaker onto MSE 406

Query database repositories using Python based APIs and tips for managing data

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Yaroslava G Yingling onto Materials Informatics

This series of hands-on tutorials is designed to jump start your use of data science and machine learning in research or teaching. This series will cover the following topics:


Learn how to use Jupyter notebooks for your research Interact with data repositories and manage…

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Yaroslava G Yingling onto Materials Informatics

This series of hands-on tutorials is designed to jump start your use of data science and machine learning in research or teaching. This series will cover the following topics:


Learn how to use Jupyter notebooks for your research Interact with data repositories and manage…

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Makumburage Don Hashan C Peiris onto View

Simulate dislocation movement, crack propagation, nanowire tensile tests, and simple phase transitions

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Makumburage Don Hashan C Peiris onto Tools

This presentation deals with the Einstein/Bohr Debate and Quantum Computing.

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Makumburage Don Hashan C Peiris onto View

A five-week course on the basic physics that govern materials at atomic scales.

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Selena Zhang onto Materials

This module covers:

Field-effect transistor (FET) review, Motivation for TFET, Device design and simulation, Literature review, Simulation results

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Anita Farokhnejad onto Tunnel_FET

With NEEDS introduction by Mark Lundstrom. This talk contains a brief introduction to Verilog-A and suggests some initial guidelines for writing Verilog-A versions of NEEDS models.

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Anita Farokhnejad onto Compact modeling

Base tool for CompuCell3D version 4 and greater. Allows running any of the demos included with CC3D (/CompuCell3D_Demos/Demos)

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Chia Yuan Chang onto cell model

An important pursuit in semiconductor physics is to discover new materials to sustain the continuous progress and improvements in the current electronic devices. Traditionally, three material types are in use: 1) Metals 2) Semiconductors 3) Insulators. All the three material types are classified according to the energy gap between conduction and valence bands derived from band theory of solids. Recent theoretical predictions and confirmed by experimental observations have provided evidence …

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OukJae Lee onto spintronics

Optical nano-tweezers take over the control of nano-objects

Researchers at ICFO have implemented plasmonic nano-tweezers at the extremity of a mobile optical fiber, nano-engineered with a bowtie-like gold aperture. Note that nanoHUB has a simulator for nano-scale bowtie antennae. See second link.

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Christian Oechsner onto optics

Simulation of the reflectance spectra of 2D materials and image analysis for thickness identification

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Akash Nathani onto Optics

Calculates the average surface of nano-porous materials

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Akash Nathani onto Porous materials

Calculates the void fraction (pore volume) of nano-porous materials

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Akash Nathani onto Porous materials

Nanoindentation for Mechanical Characterization of Soft Materials

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Akash Nathani onto Nanoindentation

A tool to simulate Electrolyte/Insulator/Semiconductor systems in one dimension

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Akash Nathani onto Electrochemistry

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Akash Nathani onto Optics

Examine the resistance, R, inductance, L, or capacitance, C, of multiple elements in series or in parallel.

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Akash Nathani onto Circuits

BioSensorLab is a tool to evaluate and predict the performance parameters of Biosensors.

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Akash Nathani onto Sensors

A free five-week course on the essential physics of nanoscale transistors.

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Vincent Chandra Hendrarta onto GF

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jason darulo onto fgsdg