DUE TO LAB RESTRICTIONS, ONLY STUDENTS LIVING IN THE US WILL BE ENROLLED INTO THE 2021 ONLINE COURSE. IF YOU ARE NOT LIVING IN THE US, PLEASE DO NOT SELECT THIS COURSE ON YOUR APPLICATION.
The fast-growing field of nanotechnology is the study of the control of matter on an anatomic and molecular scale, with significant and exciting future applications in life sciences, medicine, and engineering. Through lecture, lab, and group projects, the course will cover topics in nanomaterials, nanofabrication techniques, imaging nanostructures, real-life applications of nanotechnology, nanoscience ethics, and other concepts necessary to understanding why very small systems exhibit unique behavior. Assignments are designed to encourage creative, innovative, independent thinking skills, with a strong emphasis on significant group contribution and teamwork.
Prior coursework in Chemistry and Physics is preferred, but not mandatory.