Dec 08, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022
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NANO 4314 - Computational Nanoscience

Credits: 3


Prerequisites: CPSC 2363  Introduction to Business Programming and NANO 4313  Introduction to Material Science
This course introduces the mathematical and numerical analysis of nanomaterials to the students. The course aims Introduction to solutions of engineering problems using computational methods. Formulating problem statements, selecting algorithms, writing computer programs, and analyzing output using MATLAB. Computational problems from Nanoscience, Physics, chemistry, and materials science are introduced. The different numerical techniques and the physical problems are presented in a series of lectures. The most important part in the course is the students own activity in applying the methods and solving a set of exercises and home works. 

 

Upon completion of the course, students will,

  1. Describe the mathematical methods to study the physical and chemical phenomena in nanoscience
  2. State numerical methods for simulation of devices and phenomena
  3. Use of most common software packages for physics and device simulation of nanomaterials




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