1.) 8.28.09 Lecture

1.) 8.28.09 Lecture - ENGRI 1110 MSE 1110 Nanotechnology...

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ENGRI 1110/ MSE 1110 Nanotechnology Fall 200 Credit Hours: 3 Location and Time: Hollister B14; Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:10-11:00 Prof. Christopher Umbach ([email protected]) Office Hours: Wed. 4:30-5:30, Fri. 11-12, 114 Thurston Hall Graduate Teaching Assistants : Rachel Dorin ([email protected]) Office Hours: Mon. 1-2, Thurs. 3-4, 258 Bard Hall Will Tipton ([email protected]) Office Hours: Tues. 5-6, Fri. 1-2, 258 Bard Hall
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Course Website: ENGRI 1110 can be found under “Introduction to Engineering Courses” on Blackboard Lecture notes, announcements, homework assignments, and homework solutions will be posted at http://www.blackboard.cornell.edu Enrollment Code : nanometer Course Requirements and Grading Homework (approximately 7 problem sets) 15% Final Project 25% Midterm Examination (Thur. Oct. 15 @ 7:30 PM) 25% Final Examination (Fri. Dec. 11 @ 2 PM) 35% Final Project/Presentation : In a final oral presentation, teams will address different aspects of nanotechnology such as nanoelectronics, nanomagnetics, nanomedicine, nanofabrication, nanostructures, and nanodevices.
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Nanotechnology ENGRI 1110 Custom Compilation with text selected from: Nanoethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Nanotechnology (Allhof) Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, Sixth Edition (Callister) Fundamentals of Semiconductor Fabrication (May & Sze) Understanding Solids - The Science of Materials (Tilley) Introduction to Microfabrication (Franssila) Physics of Solar Cells: From Principles to New Concepts (Wurfel) Fuel Cell Engines (Mench) The Nanotech Pioneers: Where are they Taking Us? (Edwards) Required Textbook
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Wednesday, Sept. 2 3:00 to 5:30 Outside Bard Hall Refreshments Diversions on the Quad Drop by anytime during the picnic Meet MS&E Students and Faculty
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Frequently Asked Questions 1) My 1050 class conflicts with ENGRI 1110! Drop 1050 (1050 is not required) Ask Engineering Advising to reschedule your 1050 See if your 1050 professor is rescheduling the class 2) Is ENGRI/MSE 1110 needed for the MS&E major? No. 3) Can I reschedule a makeup for the prelim or final? Only in exceptional circumstances—see Blackboard site.
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nano-Science and nano-Technology (nano-S&T) seen as enabling for next important technological advances Discovery Medicine Information Security Energy 100s M$ in research from federal government to universities 1000s M$ of private investment Fastest growing industry in history? Across many disciplines
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1.) 8.28.09 Lecture - ENGRI 1110 MSE 1110 Nanotechnology...

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