- Simulation-Powered Learning Activities
- AQME - Advancing Quantum Mechanics for Engineers
- Berkeley Overview of Computational Nanoscience
- ANTSY - Assembly for Nanotechnology Survey Courses
- ACUTE -Assembly for Computational Electronics
- General Chemistry
- ABACUS - Assembly of Basic Applications for the Coordinated Understanding of Semiconductors
- Quantum Chemistry for Engineers
- Wish List
Tool-Powered Curricula / Simulation Powered-Curricula is a curated page that provides easy access to a variety of different homework and project assignments that are relevant for the teaching of materials science. It is powered by a variety of tools and is designed to enhance the learning experience of students in existing classes on materials science.
Use Tool-Powered Curriculum to augment existing courses and enhance student learning. Use turn-key simulation tools to teach concepts, design, and optimization, without reading big manuals and installing software. An instructor can use this tool in their classroom or for student assignments. ABACUS and AQME are tools which pull together many different nanoHUB tools into a single interface and are augmented with homework and project assignments. Solutions to homework assignments are available to Educators by request.
"... and more": Augment your class though interactive lectures from leading researchers providing tool tutorials, nano101 and nano501 lectures, Connect to Use community-contributed homework and project assignments in your class. Most lectures are available for interactive online viewing, as pdf downloads, and even podcasts.
Show a student and they will remember; involve them, and they will understand.
Enjoy using intuitive and user-friendly tools without software installation and reading massive manuals! You will be able to ask "what if?" questions and get answers rapidly to develop intuition and insight.