PHYS 3510 - Nanotechnology (3)
Prerequisites: PHYS 3310 or permission of instructor. A course designed to introduce students to the fundamental changes in photonic, electronic and magnetic properties, which occur when particle sizes approach atomic and molecular dimensions. It focuses on development of new materials at the atomic and molecular level and to employment of them to achieve novel properties for next generation devices. A goal is to provide students with a design tool based on nanotechnology that will allow them to engineer next generation materials and devices. The course is designed to give students an appreciation of the different properties offered by nanostructured materials, particularly when it comes to their interactions with light, electric and magnetic fields.
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