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NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
NANO 53 course overview
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NANO 53 course overview
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Course overview of NANO 53 Nanocharacterization Tools and Methods

Course overview of NANO 53 Nanocharacterization Tools and Methods

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  • 1. NANO53 Course Overview NANO 53 Foothill College
  • 2. Overview
    • Course goals
    • Instrument rubric
    • Industry scenario based curriculum
    • Alphabet soup
    • PNPA integration
    • Assignments / grades
    • Your instructor
  • 3. Course Goals
    • Learn about characterization tools
    • What tools for what types of materials?
    • How does industry use these tools?
    • Where can you get these services?
    • Preparing yourself for integrated nanomaterials engineering (PNPA)
    • Understanding nanomaterial safety issues
  • 4. Instrument Rubric
    • What is the physics of the instrument?
    • What information is provided?
    • What types of materials are analyzed?
    • What industries use these tools?
    • To answer what types of questions?
  • 5. Industry Scenarios
    • Semiconductors and electronics
    • Magnetic media / storage
    • Biomaterials / biomedical devices
    • Thin films / optics
    • Advanced materials (composites etc.)
  • 6. Alphabet Soup
    • Image
      • AFM, SEM, TEM
    • Surface
      • AES, XPS, SSIMS
    • Organic
      • FTIR, GCMS, HPLC, NMR
    • Chemical/Elemental
      • ICP, XRF
    • Structure
      • XRD, TEM, LEED
    • Data management and safety
      • LIMS and MSDS
  • 7. PNPA - Characterization Processing (P) Properties (P) Characterization (N) Nanostructure PLOs – Program Learning Outcomes – Integrated Materials Engineering Process Structure property relationships => Fabrication property relationships => <= Nanostructure elucidation <= Process tools / QA/QC monitoring Fabrication property relationships => <= Properties determination
  • 8. Assignments / Grades
    • Weekly writing assignments
    • Midterm / final writing / project
    • In class participation
    • Lab demonstrations
    • Vocabulary (in class) quiz
  • 9. Lab Tours
    • Nanolab Technologies
    • Stanford SNL (Gabelle)
      • TEM/AES
    • NASA-ASL
      • FE-SEM
      • TTEM
  • 10. Guest Speakers
    • Lab scientist / analyst
    • Failure analyst
    • Authenticity testing
    • Materials researcher
    • Product development
  • 11. In Class Projects
    • Nanocarbon
    • Carbon Nanotubes
    • Quantum dots
    • Biomedical devices
    • CIGS/CIS/CdTe
    • Your material?
  • 12. Your Instructor
    • Robert D. Cormia
    • [email_address]
    • 650.949.7456
    • Office is 4129 (next to the AFM lab)
    • Office hours / lab demonstrations
      • Typically Monday afternoon (after senate)
      • TBA – arranged for NASA-ASL etc
    • http://fgamedia.org/faculty/rdcormia/NANO53

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