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Graduate Courses

The following graduate-level courses are offered across UF in various aspects of micro/nano science and technology.

NIMET Lab Courses ( Spring 2016)

  • EEE 5354L – Semiconductor Device Fabrication
  • EGN 5010L – NRF Training – Photolithography
  • EGN 5010L – NRF Training – Advanced Lithography
  • EGN 5010L – NRF Training – Backend Processing

Biomedical Engineering

  • BME 5580 – Microfluidics and BioMEMS

Chemical Engineering ( Spring 2016)

  • ECH 4824 – Materials of Chemical Engineering
  • ECH 4905/ECH 6937 – Self-Assembly Over All Length Scales (special topics)
  • ECH 6937 – Nanoscale Transport (special topics)
  • ECH 6937 – Particulate Systems (special topics)
  • ECH 6937 – Semiconductor Growth (special topics)
  • ECH 6937 – Surface Science (special topics)
  • ECH 6937 – Intro to Biomolecular Engineering

Chemistry

  • CHM 6628 – Chemistry of Solid Materials
  • CHM 6623 – Chemistry of the Metals
  • CHM 6580 – Surface Science on Nanomaterials (special topics)

Electrical and Computer Engineering (   Spring 2016   )

  • EEE 3396 – Solid State Electronics
  • EEE 4420/EEE 5426 – Introduction to Nanodevices
  • EEE 4329/EEE 5400 – Future of Microelectronic Technology
  • EEE 4331/EEE 5405 – Microelectronics Fabrication Technology
  • EEE 5225 – Principles of MEMS Transducers
  • EEE 5354L – Semiconductor Device Fabrication
  • EEE 6465 – Design of MEMS Transducers
  • EEE 6460 – Advanced Microsystems Technology
  • EEE 6397 – Semiconductor Device Theory
  • EEE 6390 – VLSI Device Design
  • EEE 6428 – Computational Nanoelectronics
  • EEE 6431 – Carbon Nanotubes
  • EEL 6935 – Nanotechnology for Energy Applications (special topics)
  • EEL 6935 – Brain Machine Interfaces (special topics)
  • EEL 6935 – Micro/Nano Metamaterials (special topics)

Materials Science and Engineering ( Spring 2016)

  • EMA 3413 – Introduction to Electronic Materials
  • EMA 4935 – Electronic Materials Lab
  • EMA 3414C – Characterization of Electronic Materials
  • EMA 4614 – Production of Electronic Materials
  • EMA 4615 – Compound Semiconductor Materials
  • EMA 6412 – Synthesis and Characterization of Electronic Materials
  • EMA 6507 – Scanning Electron Microscopy
  • EMA 6507L – Electron Microscopy Lab
  • EMA 6510 – Survey of Materials Analysis Techniques
  • EMA 6518- Transmission Electron Microscopy
  • EMA 6518L – Transmission Electron Microscopy Lab
  • EMA 6616 – Advanced Electronic Materials Processing
  • EMA 6936 – SEM in Materials Science & Engineering
  • EMA 6938 – Nanomagnetism in Nanomedicine (special topics)
  • EMA 6938 – Nanomaterials: From Theory to Application (special topics)

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering ( Spring 2016)

  • EML 6934 – Soft Biological Mechanics (special topics)
  • EGM 6934 – Nanomechanics Simulation and Experimental Methods (special topics)

Soil and Water Sciences ( Spring 2016)

  • SWS 6932 – Nanotechnology: Application in Food, Agriculture and Environment – Prof. Zhen-Li He

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