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“Advancing Quantum Mechanics for Engineers” (AQME) toolbox is an assemblage of individually authored tools that, used in concert, offer educators and students a one-stop-shop for semiconductor education. The AQME toolbox holds a set of easily employable nanoHUB tools appropriate for teaching a quantum mechanics class in either engineering or physics. Users no longer have to search the nanoHUB to find the appropriate applications for discovery that are related to quantum mechanics; users, both instructors and students, can simply log in and take advantage of the assembled tools and associated materials such as homework or project assignments.
Thanks to its contributors, nanoHUB users and AQME’s toolbox have benefited tremendously from the hard work invested in tools development. Simulation runs performed using the AQME tools are credited to the individual tools, and count toward individual tool rankings. Uses of individual tools within the AQME tool set are also counted, to measure AQME impact and to improve the tool. On their respective pages, the individual tools are linked to the AQME toolbox.
Participation in this open source, interactive educational initiative is vital to its success, and all nanoHUB users can:
- Contribute content to AQME by uploading it to the nanoHUB. (See “Contribute>Contribute Content” on the nanoHUB mainpage.) Tagging contributions with “AQME” will effect an association with this initiative and, because the toolbox is actively managed, such contributions may also may be added to the toolbox.
- Provide feedback for the items you use in AQME and on nanoHUB.org through the review system. (Please be explicit and provide constructive feedback.)
- Let us know when things do not work by filing a ticket via the nanoHUB “Help” feature on every page.
- Finally, let us know what you are doing and submit your suggestions improving the nanoHUB by using the “Feedback” section, which you can find under “Support“
Finally, be sure to share AQME and other nanoHUB success stories; the nanotechnology community and its supporters need to hear of nanoHUB’s impact.