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MATSCI 160: Nanomaterials Laboratory (MATSCI 170)

This course is designed for students interested in exploring the cutting edge of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Students will learn several fundamental concepts related to nanomaterials synthesis and characterization that are commonly used in research and industrial settings. Students will also investigate several applications of nanomaterials through a series of assessments, including self-assembled monolayers, nanowire photovoltaics, and nanoparticles for drug delivery and biomarker screening. In lieu of traditional labs, students will attend weekly discussion sections aimed at priming students to think like a materials engineer. Through these discussions, students will explore how to design an effective experiment, how to identify research gaps, and how to write an effective grant proposal. Enrollment limited to 24. Prerequisites: ENGR 50. Contact instructor for more details. Undergraduates register for 160 for 4 units, Graduates register for 170 for 3 units.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-4 | UG Reqs: GER:DB-EngrAppSci, WAY-SMA

MATSCI 170: Nanomaterials Laboratory (MATSCI 160)

This course is designed for students interested in exploring the cutting edge of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Students will learn several fundamental concepts related to nanomaterials synthesis and characterization that are commonly used in research and industrial settings. Students will also investigate several applications of nanomaterials through a series of assessments, including self-assembled monolayers, nanowire photovoltaics, and nanoparticles for drug delivery and biomarker screening. In lieu of traditional labs, students will attend weekly discussion sections aimed at priming students to think like a materials engineer. Through these discussions, students will explore how to design an effective experiment, how to identify research gaps, and how to write an effective grant proposal. Enrollment limited to 24. Prerequisites: ENGR 50. Contact instructor for more details. Undergraduates register for 160 for 4 units, Graduates register for 170 for 3 units.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-4
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