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NE 352: Surfaces and Interfaces (Fall, 2012)
Surfaces and interfaces are playing a key role in nanotechnology. This course will emphasize both fundamental physics and chemistry of surfaces and interfaces and their applications in various engineering disciplines. We will start with solid surfaces and learn why surface atoms are different from those in the bulk. Next the application of solid surfaces for catalysis will be studied. The second half of the course will focus on liquid interfaces. Analytical techniques for surface characterization will also be covered. Below is the textbook we will use and should be available in the UW bookstore soon!
NE 469: Special topics in Micro and Nano-instruments: Sensors (Winter 2010)
This course will cover design principles of various electric sensors (e.g. temperature, light, pressure, acceleration, etc) and biosensors (e.g. glucose sensors, pregnancy test strips, virus detection , etc).
NE 352: Surfaces and Interfaces (Fall, 2009)