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How can we create nano-structures that are 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair? How can we “see” at the nano-scale? Through instruction and lab demonstrations, in this course you will obtain a rich understanding of the capabilities of nanotechnology tools, and how to use this equipment for nano-scale fabrication and characterization. The nanoscale is the next frontier of the Maker culture, where designs become reality. To become a Nanotechnology Maker pioneer, we will introduce you to the practical knowledge, skills, and tools that can turn your nanotechnology ideas into physical form and that enable you to image objects at the nano-scale. This course has been developed by faculty and staff experts in nano-fabrication, electron beam microscopy, and nano-characterization through the Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN). The RTNN offers training and use of the tools demonstrated in this course to schools and industry through the United States National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure program. The tools demonstrated in this course are available to the public through the RTNN....

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RM
21 mai 2020

Highly informative..Nan Jokerst , you are the best teacher .Amazing team work with proper theory as well as practical knowledge. I gained my interest in Nanotech. Thankyou for the wonderful sessions.

HC
4 avr. 2021

It's a wonderful course for anybody looking to gain some good insights on Nanotechnology along with practical exposure. Nan Jokerst, you are an amazing teacher.\n\nWould highly recommend this course!

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par Virendra K

30 sept. 2020

It was a very exciting course and we learn things very easily.

par PENMETHSA V K

21 août 2020

The explanation of concepts with practical demos is excellent.

par hadir b

4 mars 2018

Thanks for the awesome course .. and I hope to join RTNN soon

par Giacomo M

26 janv. 2019

Excellent course! I liked a lot the practical demonstrations!

par Abatayo, D A

18 juin 2020

this is a great learning for me..thanks coursera..God bless!

par 吕卓倩

23 avr. 2020

Very good and practical lessons! I learnt a lot! Thanks you~

par nirmala j

22 mai 2019

Thank you for your nice and clear classes and topic covered.

par Bhavya M

19 juil. 2021

wonderful for beginners to gain knowledge about this field.

par Md R

10 déc. 2020

One of the best platform to learn Science or any thing else

par Rahul 1

5 sept. 2020

very informative and interesting thank you for your service

par Joonhyuk L

13 janv. 2020

it's really helpful!

thank you for high quality lectures :)

par Daekwon J

12 nov. 2019

반도체 공정에 사용되는 대다수 장비에 대한 설명과 장비 운용 방법을 영상으로 매우 자세하게 설명해주십니다.

par KUMARAKALVA K R

27 sept. 2019

Nice experience and good teaching. And I have learned a lot

par BAVANI M L R

2 juin 2021

It's an amazing experience to learn this course. Thank you

par David V

18 nov. 2020

Very complete course, it shows you the bases of a nanolab.

par Dave T

23 sept. 2018

It´s the best online technical course that I have learned!

par Jaber A M I

19 août 2021

Well prepared course. Thank you for this valuable course.

par Manoj J

1 févr. 2021

It was an excellent learning experience... Thank you RTNN

par Dr. A C

1 juil. 2020

Very informative and easy description of all the concepts

par Froment-Chatre

30 oct. 2017

Excellent course, worth to be done. I recommend this Mooc

par JEESU G

22 sept. 2021

Wonderful education journey for a beginner in the field.

par Pratap G

31 juil. 2021

if simulation are added then it would be great to learn.

par Jhonattan d l R Y

18 sept. 2020

Es muy ilustrativo y me ayudo a recordar muchos procesos

par Marwa K

26 août 2021

this is a great course to discover nanotechnology words

par Himal M

28 nov. 2020

Highly recommended and good knowledge base. Thanks RTNN