E SC 213 - Materials in Nanotechnology

Course Description

The processing of materials in nanotechnology as well as the unique material properties available at the nano-scale.

E SC 213 - Materials in Nanotechnology (3): This course is an in-depth, hands on exposure to the producing and tailoring of the materials used in nanofabrication. The course will cover chemical materials production techniques such as colloidal chemistry; atmosphere, low-pressure and plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition; nebulization; and atomic layer deposition. It will also cover physical techniques such as sputtering, thermal and electron beam evaporation, and spin-on approaches. This course is designed to give students experience in producing a wide variety of materials tailored for their mechanical, electrical, optical, magnetic, and biological properties.

Course Prerequisite

  • Concurrent: E SC 211, E SC 212

Additional Information

Office for Disability Services

Penn State welcomes students with disabilities into the University’s educational programs. If you have a disability‐related need for reasonable academic adjustments in this course, contact the Office for Disability Services (ODS) at 814‐863‐1807 (V/TTY). For further information regarding ODS, please visit the Office of Disability Services website at http://equity.psu.edu/ods

Fonash, Stephen

STEPHEN FONASH

KUNKLE CHAIR PROFESSOR EMERITIS

Engineering Science and Mechanics

Office: 118 RESEARCH BUILDING WEST

Email: 

Phone: 814-865-4931

 
 

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The Office for Digital Learning in the College of Engineering supports engineers in lifelong learning - the process of acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to remain current in a chosen field. In today's rapidly-changing, knowledge-based economy, engineers must devote the time and effort to learn new skills and technologies in order to add value for their employers and clients and to remain personally marketable. 

Office for Digital Learning

College of Engineering

301-A Engineering Unit C

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-7643

E-mail: cde@engr.psu.edu