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Foundations of Nanotechnology II (1-5 Cr) Mathematical Methods in Nanoscale Research
Introduction to the critical mathematical tools needed for research and education in nanotechnology. Practical Modeling for Nanoscale Systems
Principles of modeling structures and processes at the nanometer scale, including meshing techniques, finite element analysis, and molecular dynamics. Solid State Quantum Theory IA
Introduction to the quantum theory of nanoscale material systems and devices. Molecular Materials
Structure, chemistry, thermodynamics and physical properties of long chain molecules and molecular structures, including polymers, electronic polymers, proteins, carbon nanotubes and fullerenes, for applications in nanoscale systems, architectures, and devices. Science of Nanoscale Laboratory Techniques
Overview of the scientific basis of key technologies in experimental nanotechnology research, including laboratory safety.