4.8 Nano-Science Elective Courses

INS651: Biomolecular interactions: Spectroscopic and calorimetric methods

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INS652: Characterization of nanomaterials

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INS653: Chemistry of nanomaterials: Synthesis, properties and applications

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INS654: Electron microscopy

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INS655: Photoluminescence spectroscopy with emphasis on applications in materials science including nanomaterials

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INS656: Principle and applications of synthetic and biological self-assembling materials

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INS657: Carbon nanomaterials and its applications

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INS658: Nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine: Basics and applications

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INS659: Thermal properties at nanoscale

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INS660: Plasmonics and its applications

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Course Outline Plasmonics has been an exponentially growing field for the past century and is a key concept and research tool in biology, chemistry and physics. It is used in imaging, sensing, and nano / biotechnology. This course will describe plasmonics for a general audience and focus on technology aspect for the same. Basic Requirement: Masters in biology, chemistry, physics or technology with a basic understanding of maxwells equations and mathematical operators.

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INS661: Nano/Micro Opto-electronic-mechanical systems

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Course Outline MOEMS and NOEMS has been an exponentially growing field for the past century and has its key applications in all existing devices like cell phones, pedometers, CCDs etc. It is extensively used in sensing applications in technological applications. This course will describe synthesis and characterization of NOEMS and MOEMS for a general audience and focus on technology aspect for the same. Furthermore, it gives a hands on experience in designing and making a microfluidic channels using a laser engraver. Basic Requirement: Masters in chemistry, physics or technology with a basic understanding of materials, stress, strain and electrical circuits.

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INS662: Energy conversion and storage

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INS663: Nanotechnology in drug delivery

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INS664: Physics of low dimensional materials

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