Effective NEMS Education and Training in an Undergraduate Course
School of Engineering
Padnos College of Engineering and Computing
Increasing demand on workforce for nanotechnology implementation has resulted in an exponential increase of demand on educational material and methods to qualify this workforce. However, nanotechnology is a field that integrates many areas of science and engineering requiring a significant amount of background knowledge in both theory and application to build upon. This challenge is significantly magnified when trying to teach nanotechnology concepts and applications at the undergraduate engineering level. A considerable amount of time is needed for an undergraduate engineering student to be able to design and build a useful device applying nanotechnology concepts, within one course time.
International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE)
Barakat, Nael and Jiao, Heidi, "Effective NEMS Education and Training in an Undergraduate Course" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1267.
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