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Introductory interactive course of Nanotechnology for Electrical Engineering curriculum

TOMÁNEK, P. DOBIS, P. BRÜSTLOVÁ, J.

Originální název

Introductory interactive course of Nanotechnology for Electrical Engineering curriculum

Anglický název

Introductory interactive course of Nanotechnology for Electrical Engineering curriculum

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

To understand Nanotechnology, it is necessary to bring novel physical, chemical, biological, optical, electronic, magnetic and other phenomena and material properties together in the interdisciplinary approach to the science. The main target of presented new course on Nanotechnology is to convey the basic concepts of Nanoscience to Electrical Engineering students with almost no background in quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics. The paper describes an experience obtained in the organization of such course during last two academic years with 80 students.

Anglický abstrakt

To understand Nanotechnology, it is necessary to bring novel physical, chemical, biological, optical, electronic, magnetic and other phenomena and material properties together in the interdisciplinary approach to the science. The main target of presented new course on Nanotechnology is to convey the basic concepts of Nanoscience to Electrical Engineering students with almost no background in quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics. The paper describes an experience obtained in the organization of such course during last two academic years with 80 students.

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@inproceedings{BUT22758,
  author="Pavel {Tománek} and Pavel {Dobis} and Jitka {Brüstlová}",
  title="Introductory interactive course of Nanotechnology for Electrical Engineering curriculum",
  annote="To understand Nanotechnology, it is necessary to bring novel physical, chemical, biological, optical, electronic, magnetic and other phenomena and material properties together in the interdisciplinary approach to the science.  The main target of presented new course on Nanotechnology is to convey the basic concepts of Nanoscience to Electrical Engineering students with almost no background in quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics. The paper describes an experience obtained in the organization of such course during last two academic years with 80 students.",
  address="Constantine the Philosopher University",
  booktitle="CoPhys 2006",
  chapter="22758",
  institution="Constantine the Philosopher University",
  year="2007",
  month="april",
  pages="157--162",
  publisher="Constantine the Philosopher University",
  type="conference paper"
}