Course 0000005123 in SS 2021
|Semester Weekly Hours||2 SWS|
|Organisational Unit||Chair of Scientific communication (Prof. Heckl)|
Courses are together with exams the building blocks for modules. Please keep in mind that information on the contents, learning outcomes and, especially examination conditions are given on the module level only – see section "Assignment to Modules" above.
|additional remarks||The properties of materials at the nanoscale can be fundamentally different from the corresponding bulk materials. For instance, optical, electric, mechanical, and chemical properties of nanoparticles are to a large extent determined by the geometry. This very fact renders nanotechnology so interesting, versatile, and seminal, but also so challenging. The aim of this course is to introduce methods and approaches to fabricate and characterize structures, where the characteristic lengths in one, two, or three dimension are below 100 nm. Typical examples include heteroepitaxy, carbon nanostructures (fullerenes, nanotubes & graphene), and nanoparticles. Moreover, the unique properties of these systems are discussed, including a repetition of the required physics and chemistry.|
E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)