4.8 Nano-Science Elective Courses

INS651: Biomolecular interactions: Spectroscopic and calorimetric methods

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INS652: Characterization of nanomaterials

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INS653: Chemistry of nanomaterials: Synthesis, properties and applications

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INS654: Electron microscopy

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INS655: Photoluminescence spectroscopy with emphasis on applications in materials science including nanomaterials

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INS656: Principle and applications of synthetic and biological self-assembling materials

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INS657: Carbon nanomaterials and its applications

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INS658: Nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine: Basics and applications

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INS659: Thermal properties at nanoscale

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INS660: Plasmonics and its applications

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Course Outline Plasmonics has been an exponentially growing field for the past century and is a key concept and research tool in biology, chemistry and physics. It is used in imaging, sensing, and nano / biotechnology. This course will describe plasmonics for a general audience and focus on technology aspect for the same. Basic Requirement: Masters in biology, chemistry, physics or technology with a basic understanding of maxwells equations and mathematical operators.

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