ENGRI_1110_Lect12_09_posted - Each student participates in...

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1) Nanocomposites 2) Sensors for detection 3) Nanoscale self-assembly 4) Nanoscale silicon electronics 5) Molecular (non-silicon) electronics 6) Light-emitting quantum dots 7) Nanomagnetics 8) Micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) 9) Nanoscale drug delivery 10) Nanoscale alloys 11) Nanoscale optics and photonics 12) Nanolithography 13) Nanostructures in photovoltaics (solar cells) 14) Nanostructures in fuel cells 15) Plasmonics Each student participates in a group presentation on a topic related to nanotechnology. The groups will consist of 6 to 8 students, who will meet in 3 sessions outside of class to develop the presentation. Starting Nov. 18, there will be two presentations for each class period through the end of the semester. The content of the presentations will be tested on the final exam. The group meetings will begin the week after Fall Break. Rank the projects 1 to 15, with 1 being your most preferred
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ENGRI 1110 2009 Section Grid and Project Preferences Please mark with an X each of the time slots that you have free . These times will be used to assign the meeting times for the project groups. Check your prelim schedules, etc. so that your can give us accurate times. Please feel free to name up to three individuals you would like as a partner for the group projects. The other side of the sheet asks you for your project preferences. Your partner should have a similar schedule and your preferences should have some overlaps. Requesting a partner is optional; final partner and project assignments will be made on the basis of the schedules and project interests of the class as a whole. NAME________________________________ ___ PARTNER(S) (list 0 to 3) ___________________ _____________________ ___________________ Wed., Oct. 14 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Thur. Oct 15 .3:35- 4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Fri., Oct. 16 3:35-4:25_____ Mon., Oct 19 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Tues., Oct. 20 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Wed., Oct. 21 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Thurs., Oct. 22 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Fri., Oct. 23 3:35-4:25_____ Mon., Oct 26 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Tues., Oct. 27 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Wed., Oct. 28 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Thurs., Oct. 29 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Fri., Oct. 30 3:35-4:25_____ Mon., Nov. 2 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Tues., Nov. 3 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Wed., Nov. 4 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Thurs., Nov. 5 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Fri., Nov. 6 3:35-4:25_____ Mon., Nov. 9 3:35-4:25_____ 7:30-8:30_____ Tues., Nov. 10 3:35-4:25_____
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