This self-study course is designed to be taken at your convenience, and on your own schedule. You have 90 days to finish the course once you begin.
This course provides you with an introduction to nanofabrication techniques. It discusses some of the techniques used in the design and manufacture of nanoscale devices and systems as well as the processes and process tools used in a state-of-the-art nanofabrication laboratory.
Nanomanufacturing encompasses all manufacturing activities that support the controlled modification, manipulation, and assembly of nanoscale objects for fabricating a product to engineering specifications. Nanomanufacturing is the production of nanoscaled materials, which can be powders or fluids. It also covers the manufacturing of parts “bottom-up” from nanoscaled materials or “top down” in small steps for high precision, used in several technologies such as laser ablation, and etching.
You will learn
- Various Nanomanufacturing techniques and methods
- The concept of self-assembly in reference to nanoparticles and structures
- The challenges of controlling the synthesis of Nano-structures
- How NEMS (Nano Electro Mechanical Systems) are manufactured
- Which tools and technologies are used to work with nanostructures
- How to create nanomanufacturing experiments
Please click HERE to review the course outline.
Who should attend
Engineers and managers who wish to learn more about the applications used in nanomanufacturing.
This course was developed and written by the Zhou Group. Led by Dr. Jack Zhou in collaboration with Dr. MinJun Kim, Dr. Guoliang Yan, and Dr. Sally Solomon, the Zhou group has extensive experience in the research and development of nanotechnologies. Their knowledge and experience covers design and manufacturing of precision instrumentation, nanobiotechology, microrobotics, metrology, and other areas in the world of nanotechnology.
Course Type: Assessment Based Course
Course Number: ZABC25
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