Nanotechnology is the fabrication of devices and systems through the synthesis of structures with dimensions of molecules, the control of matter at this level, exploiting the fact that the behavior structures changes at nanometer scale dimensions.
Nanotechnology is the interdisciplinary field that enables advances in almost every technology sector. Innovations in medical diagnostics, therapeutics, communication systems, computation, consumer electronics, energy efficient lighting and display technology, low power energy saving electronics, etc. rely on advances in nanotechnology
Fundamental Concepts in Nanotechnology
Nanoscale Science and Technology
Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage
Energy and Its Impacts
Energy Systems and Policy
Micro and Nano Fluidics
Materials for Energy Storage and Generation
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Nanotechnology is a highly interdisciplinary field. A bachelor's degree in any of the following fields is appropriate: physics, chemistry, bioengineering, materials science, electrical engineering, systems engineering, mechanical engineering, engineering and applied science. The structure allows students to match their background and interests to the curriculum in preparation for exciting new challenges.
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