- Nano 700: Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (3 hours)
This course aims to present a number of topics in nanotechnology and science, with emphasis on the role of size on mechanical, optical, thermal and electrical properties of materials. The course also introduces various modern techniques developed to produce Nanostructures and Nano devices and to characterize them. The course incorporates Lab visits.
- Nano 701: Semiconductor Devices (3 hours)
The course covers semiconductors materials crystals, current carries and doping. Also it covers different quantum mechanics principles. In addition, it covers the formation of P-N junction structures and phenomena.
- Nano 702: Nanomaterials Structures (3 hours)
This course aims at discussing different Nanomaterials shapes, structures, patterns and their manufacturing. Also, it introduces the students to amorphous, monocrystalline, and polycrystalline materials and their properties. The course covers case studies of nanostructures growth and optimization.
- Nano 703: Nanofabrication and Characterization (3 hours)
The course allows the students to have understanding of the fabrication of nanomaterials and nanodevices: top down and bottom up methods. It also provides better insight and hands on experience on different nanomaterials and devices characterization techniques by different case studies.
- Nano 704: Multiscale and Multiphysics Modeling (3 hours)
The course introduces multiscale modeling of Multiphysics phenomena. The emphasis is placed on the application of various numerical approaches to solve ODEs and PDEs. Numerical modeling tools, case studies and simulation software will be utilized in the course work.
- Nano 705: Micro and Nanoelectromechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS) (3 hours)
This course aims at covering of Micro and Nano systems. It provides the necessary knowledge and skills to design, model, fabricate and testing of micro and nano systems. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 706: Nano Biomaterials (3 hours)
The Course aims at introducing the up-to-date used Nano biomaterials. The course also provides students with description of bio nano materials structure and processing, in addition to clinical applications of Nano biomaterials in medicine and medical devices. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 707: Design and Automation of Nanodevices (3 hours)
This course aims to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the design, automation and control of Nano systems. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 708: Chemistry of Nanomaterials (3 hours)
The course provides students with the chemical properties and reactions of Nanomaterials. Topics covered include the chemical composition of Nanomaterials, nucleation, bio and kinetic energy, reactivity, catalysis, characterization, and other related topics. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 709: Nanoelectronics Devices and Systems (3 hours)
This course aims at providing the students with the design of nanoscale electronic devices and tools, and using these tools to build future systems. The course includes case studies related to nanoelectronics devices.
- Nano 710: Thin Films Science and Technology (3 hours)
This course aims at providing the physics and design aspects related to thin film technologies. It also provides better understanding of the different techniques used in producing and characterization of thin films. Thin films case studies will be presented throughout the course work.
- Nano 711: Nano Medicine (3 hours)
This course will provide a comprehensive introduction to Nano medicine. It will also discuss applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology in the medical field such as: diagnosis, imaging, treatment, surgery, drug administration and drug manufacturing. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 712: Nanotechnology Applications in Solar Cells (3 hours)
The aim of this course is to use Nanomaterials that are involved in the design and manufacturing of solar cells to improve the device efficiency and lowering its production costs. Case studies will be presented throughout the course work.
- Nano 713: Electrochemical Nanodevices (3 hours)
This course focuses on the use of electrochemical methods for manufacturing and analyzing nano-systems/materials for various applications. The course includes case studies.
- Nano 714: Water Desalination Using Nanotechnology (3 hours)
This course aims at covering the up to date nanotechnology used in water desalination. It also discusses the most recent applications in nanotechnology for water and wastewater treatment. Case studies will be presented throughout the course work.
- Nano 715: Special Topics in Nanotechnology A (3 hours)
Selected coverage of topics specializing in different fields in nanoengineering and nanoscience.
- Nano 716: Special Topics in Nanotechnology B (3 hours)
Selected coverage of topics specializing in different fields in nanotechnology applications.
- Nano 717: Seminar (1 hour)
This course aims at providing students with the opportunity to develop the necessary skills in innovative research in nanotechnology through constructive thinking, reading, presentation and evaluation of research and to develop both scientific and technical writing skills.
- Nano 500: Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits (0 hour)
The course covers the fundamentals of analogue electrical and electronics circuits. It includes a number of topics with emphasis on the definition of basic electrical and electronic elements and devices such as resistance, capacitance, inductance, voltage and current sources. P-N junction diodes characteristics. Diodes analysis, Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT) and Field-Effect Transistors (FET). Transistors characteristics and analysis, basics of operational amplifiers: analysis and applications.
- Nano 799: Master Thesis (9 hours)
Individual research under the direction of a faculty member (s) and committee leading to preparation, completion, and oral defense of a thesis:
- Nano 799 A: M.Sc. Thesis (9 hours)
- Nano 799 B: M.Sc. Thesis (6 hours)
- Nano 799 C: M.Sc. Thesis (3 hours)
- Nano 799 D: M.Sc. Thesis (0 hour)