Nano Labs (Lec1 e-beam lithography)

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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L Nano Labs, MAE C187L/C287L Electron-Beam Lithography
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1 nm is 10 -9 m If the size of the sea were 1 m, then 1 nm would only have the size of a droplet. What is nano?
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A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a human hair. A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a carbon nanotube. A scanning tunneling microscope (STM) image of a carbon nanotube.
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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L
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Objective Introduce experimental techniques about nano/bio technology Multidisciplinary trainings about nano- fabrication, nano-characterization, and bio- analysis Inspire you to create new ideas
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Course Content and Schedule Week Topic TA Location 1 st e-beam lithography Song 33-128 2 th SEM Yongsik 33-128 3 rd Imprint lithography Colin Nano Lab 4 th AFM Maggie 33-128 5 th Au nano-particles Zenger CNSI-HP Lab 6 th Nanoparticle cell interaction Andrew CNSI-HP Lab 7 th Confocal optical microscopy Suxian CNSI-HP Lab 8 th Bio optical sensors Eric CNSI-HP Lab 9 th Bio electrochemical sensors Andrew CNSI-HP Lab
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Locations and Time Lecture (2 hrs): MS 6229, 2:00PM-3:50PM, Tuesday Labs : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Friday CNSI-HP Lab, Engr IV 33-128, Nano Lab Unit: 4, Letter grade only
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Instructors Instructors: Yong Chen, yongchen@seas.ucla.edu Eng. IV 38-137G, 310 206-2453 Teaching Assistants: Andrew Fung, andrewf@seas.ucla.edu Zenger Gu, guzhen@ucla.edu Colin Stuart, ctstuart@ucla.edu Maggie Lai, qlai@ucla.edu Yong Sik Ahn, yosahn@seas.ucla.edu Suxian Huang, huangsuxian@ucla.edu Song Chen, songchen@ucla.edu Eric Schopf, eschopf@ucla.edu Eng. IV 44-116c
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Lab Reports/Homework Outlines, lecture notes, experimental procedures and questionnaires, book chapters, and homework will be posted on SEAS class web. Homework and lab reports will be filed individually and due at the beginning of Tuesday lecture in the following week after they are assigned unless indicated otherwise. Late homework/lab reports will not be accepted.
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Term Paper/Final Exam A term paper will be required. Teams for the term papers will be self-organized, and the topics will also be self- selected in nano/bio areas. A good term paper should have new idea, practical approaches, and great potential for applications. The term papers will be due at the beginning of the last oral presentations. Final exam will be closed books and notes
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Grading Lab reports 40% Final 30% Term paper 30%
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Text book: None References: “Nanostructures and nanomaterials”, by Guozhong Cao Scanning probe microscopy and spectroscopy” Edited by D. Bonnell “Scanning electron microscopy-a student handbook”, by M. T. Postek et al. “Biomedical imaging, visualization, and analysis”, by R. A. Robb “Microarray analysis”, by M. Schena Etc. Please check your class web and e-mails!
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