Nanomaterial Engineering I University of Tsukuba
Study on fundamental and applied aspects of nanomaterial fabrication and processing, the principles of epitaxial growth, the factors defining size-dependent properties in modern devices.
This course provides an integrated foundation to nanoscience from the point of view of physics, chemistry and engineering. Based on nanoscience, we discuss nanotechnology, which involves behavior and control of materials and processes at the atomic and molecular levels. Instruments and in-situ monitoring techniques will be described.
The student will have an understanding of the Synthetic processes and experimental techniques for nanomaterials and an understanding that nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary approach to materials and devices
Basic knowledge of material physics and chemistry is preferable
The evaluation will be based on the homework and a report
In part, the lectures cover:
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