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M E 376N M E 376N. High Throughput Nanopatterning. 3 Hours.

Introduction to the basic tools and materials involved in the patterning processes needed to create nano-scale structures and functional materials and discusses the relevance of these processes to applications in the electronics, display, and energy industries. Includes take-home portable nano-labs which allow hands-on experience in nano-scale fabrication processes and relevant nanometrology techniques. Explores industry and research roadmaps that provide relevant metrics and timelines for fabrication, materials, nano-enabled components and devices. Exposure to relevant computational modeling and simulation tools allows exploration of novel nano-enabled components and devices. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Mechanical Engineering 376N and 379M (Topic: High Throughput Nanopatterning) may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.