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  1. How Do I Enable MATLAB In My Workspace?

    MATLAB licenses are available by request only, and are approved on a case-by-case basis for developers of MATLAB nanoHUB tools.  See “MATLAB Use On nanoHUB” for more information...


  2. What are courses?

    The nanoHUB-U InitiativeTranscending disciplines with short courses accessible to students in any branch of science or engineering. Cutting-edge topics distilled into short lectures with quizzes,...


  3. Frequently Asked Questions about Courses on nanoHUB

    What is the difference between free courses and courses I pay for?I paid for an instructor-led course. How do I get in?I am not sure which courses I am enrolled in. How can I check this?Why are...


  4. Can I contribute a tool on nanoHUB that has binary code only?

    Generally, we don’t recommend submitting binary code as a tool on nanoHUB. Code can be sensitive to changes in libraries or other changes in our operating system and compiled binaries do not allow...


  5. What are groups?

    Work together with your colleagues on nanoHUBCreate a group to organize your interactions. Group members can:Post content that only other group members are allowed to see Brand their with their...


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Resources feed

  1. Outreach at Nano-Link

    14 Aug 2018 | Contributor(s):: kim Grady

    9th Annual Student ConferenceHost: Nano-Link Affiliate, Oakton Community CollegeLocation: Skokie, IL and The Illinois Science & Technology ParkThe Nano-Link conference provides an opportunity for industry to speak about the job outlook, skills needed, where the industry is going,...

  2. Introduction to MATLAB - Jupyter Notebooks with Octave 4.2.0

    14 Aug 2018 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s):: Abhishek K. Umrawal

    Teaching material for "Introduction to MATLAB" a 40-hour workshop for Summer Undergraduate Research students organized by the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN), Purdue University, IN.

  3. AFM And EBSD Cross-Comparison Analysis Tool

    14 Aug 2018 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s):: Andrew Martin Krawec, John Blendell, Matthew John Michie

    Ceramic and semiconductor research is limited in its ability to create holistic representations of data in concise, easily-accessible file formats or visual data representations. These materials are used in everyday electronics, and optimizing their electrical and physical properties is...

  4. Developing a machine learning tool to optimize thermal transport

    14 Aug 2018 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s):: Adam Sandor Garrett, proycho, Xiulin Ruan, creynolds

    The purpose of this tool is to optimize SiGe super-lattices to have the lowest possible thermal conductivity. This poster describes the processes used in the tool and how it impacts thermoelectrics.

  5. Radiation Induced Segregation in Fe-Cr-Al Alloys

    14 Aug 2018 | Presentation Materials | Contributor(s):: Timothy Joe Pownell, Janelle P Wharry, Priyam Vivek Patki

    This poster represents the results a summer long research project conducted by Timothy Pownell at the Purdue Nuclear Engineering Department. Specifically, the poster details the results and tool that were developed from data on Radiation Induced Segregation of the prospective cladding material...

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Wiki Pages feed

  1. Micro Learning

    Micro to nano project pending


  2. Micro to Nano

    Content pending


  3. MatEdU Wiki project



  4. Main Page

    Bloom’s Taxonomy Nano InfusedComposites 101 WorkshopDemonstration ProjectsEvaluationFlip for STEMhomeI’m a new MST, now what?Materials in STEMMicro to Nanomaterials...


  5. Main Page

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...


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Publications feed

  1. Stanford 2D Semiconductor (S2DS) Transistor Model 11 Aug 2018 | Compact Models | Contributor(s): Saurabh Vinayak Suryavanshi, Eric Pop

    The Stanford 2D Semiconductor (S2DS) model is a physics-based, compact model for field-effect transistors (FETs) based on two-dimensional (2D) semiconductors such as MoS2.


  2. Stanford 2D Semiconductor Quasi-Ballistic Transistor Compact Model 11 Aug 2018 | Compact Models | Contributor(s): Saurabh Vinayak Suryavanshi, Eric Pop

    The S2DSb compact model is based on MVS model and captures the quasi-ballistic transport in two-dimensional field effect transistors (2D FETs). It also includes a detailed device self-heating...


  3. SPICE based Compact Model for Electrical Switching of Antiferromagnet 27 Jul 2018 | Compact Models | Contributor(s): Xe Jin Chan, Jan Kaiser, Pramey Upadhyaya

    Simulates the electrical switching of antiferromagnets with circuit models


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