This ANTSY support wiki page gathers educational materials that are related to the ANTSY tool. ANTSY assembles several nanoHUB tools that we think can be useful for entry-level courses that aim to provide insights into nanotechnology structures like carbon nanotubes, graphene, quantum dots, and superlattices. We have gathered exercises, assignments, and quizzes that have been contributed to nanoHUB by several authors.
Anyone is invited to contribute new resources to nanoHUB as an open-access platform. We would welcome your exercises, homework assignments or quizzes. Some of the material available below is using flash technology that is becoming outdated. We are working on updating the material.
Each of the individual tools has
- a Q/A forum, where you can post public questions and find answers. This forum is supported by the volunteer tool contributors.
- a wishlist, where you can request feature updates or improvements to the community
- a “help” link on the top right of the page, where you can file a support ticket if something goes wrong on the tools or that tool pages.
This wiki page allows you to leave comments. Please be explicit and provide constructive feedback.
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All simulation tools and feedback mechanisms require you to login and to authenticate yourself via various social networks, your institutional account, or via a new nanoHUB login.