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  1. 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,...


  2. 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...


  3. 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...


  4. Why do I need Java?

    In order to access nanoHUB simulation tools, you must have Java version 1.4 or later installed on your machine and enabled in your web browser. Note that Java is not the same as Javascript. Visit...


  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. Networking for Nerds: How to Land (or Create) Your Dream Job!

    23 Jan 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Alaina G. Levine

    In this keynote, we will focus on proven networking strategies and tactics to identify new opportunities, locate decision- makers within organizations, solidify your reputation and brand in the...


  2. Inference from Single Molecules to Cells

    19 Jan 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Steve Pressé

    Steve Pressé, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of physics in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He obtained his B.S. in Chemistry from McGill...


  3. Common Materials for Uncommon Microsystems

    18 Jan 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Babak Ziaie

    2016 Adams Lecture, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University


  4. Unsupervised Learning to Unravel Differential Cell Fate Outcomes

    17 Jan 2017 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Kristen Naegle

    Cells are constantly receiving cues from the outside world and responding to them by altering their physiological fate by transducing this signal via intracellular biochemical networks. An...


  5. Nanoparticle Pollutants

    17 Jan 2017 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): Darren Hayes, Nancy Healy

    Many plastics are in our oceans due to pollution, including ocean dumping and land runoff. Sunlight and alkaline ocean water break these plastics down into small particles, many are nanoscale in...


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Wiki Pages feed

  1. 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...


  2. 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...


  3. Lectures

    Administration and Class Policies administrationClassPolicies.pdf (2 MB, uploaded by R. Edwin García 2 days ago) Irreversible Thermodynamics and Applications Topic SlidesFundamentals and...


  4. Test note

    Wer immer dies list möge sich fragen, was für eine Rindvieh wohl so einen Blödsinn schreibt wie diesen hier.


  5. Meeting 01/13/2017 Notes

    We can share meeting notes here.


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Publications feed

  1. nMOSFET RF and noise model on standard 45nm SOI technology 01 Jan 2017 | Compact Models | Contributor(s): Yanfei Shen, Saeed Mohammadi

    A compact scalable model suitable for predicting high frequency noise and nonlinear behavior of N-type Metal Oxide Semiconductor (NMOS) transistors is presented.


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