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Yan Aung Moe onto Calculations

INSTRUCTORS: Eric Jones and Travis Oliphant. Sunday, October 24, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Room 322, Stewart Center Python has emerged as an excellent choice for scientific computing because of its simple syntax, ease of use, and elegant multi-dimensional array arithmetic. Its interpreted evaluation allows it to serve as both the development language and the command line environment in which to explore data. Python also excels as a \“glue\” — a common need in the scientific arena. The first half …

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Kiran Kabothu onto Numerical Simulation

DFT calculations of molecules and solids

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zhao jian onto DFT

This course was created by Supriyo Datta to convey key concepts of nanoelectronics and quantum transport to students assuming no background other than linear algebra, elementary differential…

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Jochen Konieczny onto Nanoelectronics

Обзорно по нанофотонике (2006 год)

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kabby lee onto Nanophotonics

This nanotechnology course explains the fundamentals of nanoelectronics and mesoscopic physics.

Second in a two part series, this nanotechnology course provides an introduction to more advanced…

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HyunShik Dang onto SPIN

Development workspace

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Kiran Kabothu onto Numerical Simulation

Use the HUBzero framework to bring your simulation/model and analysis tools online

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Kiran Kabothu onto Numerical Simulation

Educational Tools for Classroom and Homework use to introduce nanotechnology concepts

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Ji-Hee Kim onto simulation

Periodic Potential Lab – Kronig Penney Model – Interactively explore bandstructure and wavefunctions with different potentials

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Ji-Hee Kim onto simulation

Visualize and interact with various Crystalline Materials and all Bravais Lattices

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Ji-Hee Kim onto simulation

IWCE 2015 presentation

We employ a newly-developed three- dimensional (3D) physical simulator to study Si resistive switching nonvolatile memory (RRAM) structures. We couple a stochastic simulation of ion transport to the ‘atomistic’ simulator GARAND and a self-heating model to explore the switching processes in these devices. The model represents a significant improvement compared to the phenomenological models based on the resistor breaker network. The simulator is…

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Oresti Panayotis Theodoridis onto FYSM30

Fundamentals of nanoelectronics

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Sofia Aslanidou onto Courses

Solid State Physics and Quantum Mechanics

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Sofia Aslanidou onto Courses

This tarball contains the latest version of a statically compiled NEMO5 for x86 64 bit linux. It also includes the materials database. revision 13611 uploaded Jan 10, 2014

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How to Apply for University in Australia?

Due to its relatively lower tuition fees and highly rated education institutions, Australia has become one of the most popular destinations for studying abroad in recent years. For the students who want to study in Australia, the most important thing they need to do is to successfully apply for university in Australia and gain an offer from the applied university. Then how to do the application? If you don’t know about that, here is a complete guide on Australian university application for your reference.

Step 1. Choose a University and Course that Fits You

First, you must choose a university and course to study in Australia. To choose a university and course that fits you, you should first decide which state or city you want to study in. After that, you need to select a major that you want to study. This can be a major that you are interested in or a major that have bright employment prospects. Except for that, you should also check the admission requirements of the university and course to see if you meet the requirements. As for those who want to emigrate to Australia after graduation, you’d better choose a PR leading course in Australia.

If you don’t know how to find and choose a course, here is a suggestion for you - turn to a course search tool called CatEight. This powerful tool can help you find a suitable course with simple clicks. Through it, you can find courses in Australia, view the course details, compare courses, add the interested course to wish list and so on. For more details, you can go to CatEight’s Course Finder to have a try.

Step 2. Fill in Application Form and Upload Required Documents

After choosing a course, you can start applying for the chosen university. To complete that, you should first fill in an application form and upload the required documents then submit the application case and wait for the reply. To easily complete that, you can make use of CatEight as well. Its Course Application function allows you to complete the whole applying process on the same platform, which will greatly improve your application efficiency. It is worth mentioning that this platform provides you with 3 submission methods: submit to Agent, submit to Request Pool and submit to Institution. That means you can choose to complete the application with the help of agent or by yourself.

Step 3. Wait for the Reply

After submitting your application case, what you need to do is to wait for the reply. During the process, you might be required to hand in required documents or complete application form or other things. When you receive such messages, you need to complete them as required to ensure that you can get the offer. If your application is approved, you will get an offer from the applied university. When you get the offer, you should then pay the tuition fees so that you can continue the application.

Step 4. Pay Tuition Fees

After receiving an offer, you should go on to pay the tuition fees as required. Please notice that you can continue the application only when you pay the tuition fees.

Step 5. Apply for an Australian Student Visa (For International Students)

If you are an international student, you should apply and get an Australian student visa for studying in the country. To achieve this goal, you can ask CatEight for help as well. The tool has the Visa Application function. The function enables you to fill in the application form, upload needed files and submit your visa application case to specific agent or Request Pool. It can assist you to complete the visa application more easily and effectively.  

Conclusion

That's all for how to apply for university in Australia. However, this is not the end of the whole process. After completing the application, don't forget to prepare your baggage, familiarize yourself with the city and school you are going to attend, purchase insurance, determine your accommodation, book airplane tickets and so on. All these preparations will help you begin your study in Australia more leisurely and easily.

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We are aiming at the realization of microsystems and nanosystems with novel and unique functions by integrating functional elements in different domains such as mechanics, electronics, chemistry, optics and biotechnology. These micro/nano systems are expected to be novel machines, which will support the 21st century. In this presentation research pursued in Nano/Micro System Engineering Lab., a three dimensional micro fabrication and micro/nano assembling technology for construction of micro/nano systems, evaluation of mechanical properties of thin films, micro sensors, micro-actuators will be introduced.

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Sushil Kumar onto MEMS

MATLAB model that calculates the Q-V, C-V, and I-V characteristics of the conventional MOSFET and NC-FET.

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Sushil Kumar onto After MEMS

In this talk, I use a simple graphical approach to demystify the device and explain why the experimental results are easy to misinterpret. Since the NC-FET is just a special case of a much broader class of phase-change devices and systems (e.g., transistors, memories, MEMS, logic-in-memory architecture) that operate by tailoring the Landau potential energy landscape, once NC-FET is understood, the operation of all other devices becomes intuitively obvious as well. The talk will conclude with a discussion of four possible roads to improving NC-FET device performance.

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Sushil Kumar onto After MEMS

Welcome to Nanotechnology 501, a series of lectures designed to provide an introduction to nanotechnology. This series is similar to our popular lecture series Nanotechnology 101, but it is directed at the graduate students and professionals.

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Sushil Kumar onto Nanotechnology

Welcome to Nanotechnology 501, a series of lectures designed to provide an introduction to nanotechnology. This series is similar to our popular lecture series Nanotechnology 101, but it is directed at the graduate students and professionals.

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Sushil Kumar onto Semiconductor Fundamentals

In the last 50 years, solid state devices like transistors have evolved from an interesting laboratory experiment to a technology with applications in all aspects of modern life. Making transistors is a complex process that requires unprecedented collaboration among material scientists, solid state physicists, chemists, numerical analysts, and software professionals. And yet, as you will see in part 1 of this course (first 5 weeks), that the basics of current flow though solid state …

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Sushil Kumar onto Basic Physics

Nanoscience: A priceless multitool of the digital era

In the digital era, we are more interconnected than ever, with more and more data being entered into the online landscape that is the worldwide web, every other day. It is no secret that these days, in a world more and more driven by technological enhancement and rapid digitalisation, that it is more important than ever to manage your internal information systems in a private and secure way. This is perhaps never truer these days than in fields like nanoscience. Simply put, nanoscience is “the study of phenomena and manipulation of materials at atomic, molecular, and macromolecular scales”. Basically, nanoscience introduces a way to manipulate and ideally provide active and viable solutions to a multitude of problems, across the board. It is one of the most important branches of modern science, and so its privacy and security is crucial. So, what are the most intriguing applications of nanoscience thus far?

Health assistance

Nanoscience has already been tested as a potential solution for multiple health ailments, including (but not limited to) inflammation, scarring, accidental injuries (both general and more serious), and even the treatment of cancer. In the case of cancer treatment, for example, several applications of nanoscience-based treatments are currently in the works. One of them is the utilisation of nano-sized explosions to literally obliterate the cancerous cells. The treatment works like this: nano “bombs” will be injected into the patient, targeted specifically towards the affected cells. Given the miniscule size of these carefully designed explosives, the goal is that they seek out and collide with cancerous cells, leaving the surrounding healthy cells intact. While human trials have kicked into gear this year, there is still a long way to go with this technology, but nonetheless, it is remarkable.

Space exploration

It might seem interesting (to say the least) to utilise nanoscience to further space discovery and exploration, but the utilisation of nanoscience and its respective nanotechnology towards space exploration signals a promising future for the heightened convenience and efficiency of the ideal. Propulsion is one of the most significant challenges in successfully bringing to life convenient and fast space travel. See, once a spacecraft is set to leave Earth’s orbit and enter the great unknown of vaster space, propulsion becomes an issue as the atmosphere begins to shift. Solar sails are a potential solution in the works currently, with nanotechnology considered the perfect application to make solar sails a legitimate solution. Still too fresh a concept, this application has a long way to go before it is considered a viable projection of nanoscience, but it is making hopeful progress every other day.

Treatments for animal bites

Nanoscience, and the accompanying branch of technology, nanotechnology, can obviously hold immense hope and potential to be utilised anywhere from outer space to ground surface level here on Earth. Now, nanotechnology is even being utilised to craft an epi pen that can treat snake bites. This epi pen is still in development, but current efforts are pivoted towards a novel effort to make injectable nanoparticles that successfully neutralise snake venom. Being a significantly handy size, this epi pen would be easily transportable in the average backpack, making it a viable solution for the bites of the world’s most venomous snakes. This is very much considered a possible (and hopeful) solution to snake bites that could help the entire world, rather than just the wealthier nations who can typically afford more expensive healthcare. It is also one of the most brilliantly simplistic applications of nanoscience.

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