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Nanoelectronics, magnetics, optics and energy

Electromagnetism applied at the nanoscale can be used to exploit a wide variety of phenomena, including ultrafast electronics and organic molecules that emit light. The EECS curriculum includes courses in nearly every aspect of these varied disciplines.

  faculty classes
nanoelectronics Antoniadis, Baldo, Berggren, Bulovic, Chandrakasan, del Alamo, Hoyt, Hu, Kong, Orlando, Palacios, Sarpeshkar, H.I. Smith, White 6.007, 6.012, 6.A46, 6.085, 6.374, 6.376, 6.720, 6.728, 6.729, 6.730, 6.732, 6.772, 6.774, 6.789, 6.975
nanomagnetics Fonstad, Zahn 6.641 and 6.642
nano/micro-optics Berggren, Bulovic, Dresselhaus, Fonstad, Freeman, Hu, Ippen, Kaertner, Kolodziejski, Ram, H.I. Smith, White, Yanik 6.007, 6.013, 6.A46, 6.084, 6.602/6.621, 6.728, 6.730, 6.731, 6.732, 6.772, 6.789
nanoenergy Berggren, Baldo, Bulovic, Dresselhaus, Kassakian, Kolodziejski, Kong, Lang, Palacios, Ram, Schindall 6.007, 6.013, 6.152J, 6.731, 6.732, 6.772, 6.789

 

 


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