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The Nanotechnology undergraduate course at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro was created in 2010. After teaching the basic concepts of chemistry, physics and biology, students will learn concepts of nanotechnology applied to one of the three specific areas: Bionanotechnology, Nanotechnology in Physics or Nanotechnology based Materials. (site in Portugese)
The institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences (IMCN) conducts multidisciplinary research at the intersection fields of materials (starting from the atomic and molecular levels), electronics and biology. The institute studies new chemistry and physics, exploiting novel principles in nanostructured devices with new functionalities. The research deals with the synthesis, design, handling, modelling and implementation of (bio)molecules, (bio)surfaces and solid materials. The functions, properties or reactivity of these novel (nano)structures are investigated and characterized by advanced techniques, or predicted by numerical simulations.
Research areas include nanomaterials and nanosensors.
A Master degree program in nanotechnologies and nanobiosciences.
The CRN2 is active in fundamental and applied research in microelectronics, nanoelectronics, and optoelectronics.
La spécialité 'Optique et NanoTechnologies' s'appuie principalement sur une des équipes de recherche de l'ICD, le laboratoire de Nanotechnologies et d'Instrumentation Optique. La formation se situe essentiellement dans le domaine des microscopies et spectroscopies optiques à sonde locale et une familiarisation aux autres microscopies. Les principaux thèmes de recherche abordés sont tournÚs vers les nanosciences.
La spécialité Optique et Nanotechnologies (ONT) de la Master Sciences, Technologies et Santé propose une formation principalement dans le domaine des microscopies et spectroscopies optiques à sonde locale et une familiarisation aux autres microscopies (AFM, STM).
The Laboratory of Nanotechnology, Instrumentation and Optics (LNIO) is tasked with the development of nano-optics, which addresses a number of technological, scientific and socio-economic challenges. Researchers at LNIO are working on new concepts and approaches, developing both innovative instrumentation and nanocharacterization and nanomanufacturing methods.
This interdisciplinary master programme in physics, chemistry and biology, equips students with in-depths knowledge in their field of study while they are being immersed in an exceptional research environment: the international scientific community of Grenoble which includes the UJF laboratories, the Grenoble INP, the CEA Grenoble, the CNRS and major research centers such as the synchrotron (ESRF) and the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL).
The Micro & Nanotechnology specialty trains professionals and researchers with a good knowledge of industrial applications of microsystems and nanosciences: characterization, manufacturing & integration.
Research in th group includes: Functionnal Liquid Crystals; Polymers and Elastomers; Dendrimers; Molecular Photonics; Colloides; Fullerenes; Thin Films and Nanostructures.
The scientific projects are centered around the study of the self- assembly of complex supramolecular architectures at surfaces, their nanomanipulation with Scanning Probe Microscopies and their use for the development of prototypes of (supra)molecular nanodevices operating at surfaces.
At IPCMS, the Group of Nonlinear Optics is involved in several studies in Photonics, trying to open new ways for tomorrow's applications. The group is developing and exploring the potentials of spin photonics with the objectives of processing information at 100 GHz and 1 Terabits/square inch.
Taking a top-down approach to nanoscience.
The main promising applications are forecast in the fields of optical interconnects in CMOS integrated circuits and optical communications, where silicon can provide low cost solutions. Strong potential also exists in the development of silicon nanostructures for biophotonics. Studies in this field have been performed for many years in this group (MINAPHOT). They mainly work on the design, the fabrication of test devices in our cleanroom and the characterization.
The STEM Group is a world leading electron microscopy group. Research areas include nanotubes and nanostructures, computational nanoscience, and electromagnetic response of nano-objects.
The master's degree in Nanotechnology and Materials Science at UAB enables its students to apply their knowledge in the fields of nanotechnology and materials science to the analysis, reformulation and generation of new applications and products. Students will also become familiar with the principal methods of preparation, synthesis and analysis of materials and nanomaterials. Here is the link to the Spanish language site with more information.
Full-time MSc study entails a 12-month programme, split between Leeds and Sheffield campuses. In order to complete the full MSc programme, you must complete the eight lecture modules and a major project.
Full-time MSc study entails a 12-month programme, split between Leeds and Sheffield campuses. In order to complete the full MSc programme, you must complete the eight lecture modules and a major project.
Full-time MSc study entails a 12-month programme, split between Leeds and Sheffield campuses. In order to complete the full MSc programme, you must complete the eight lecture modules and a major project.
Full-time MSc study entails a 12-month programme, split between Leeds and Sheffield campuses. In order to complete the full MSc programme, you must complete the eight lecture modules and a major project.
The SMALLab deals with Small Tech, such as BioMEMS, microfluidics, and nanobiotechnology to build various nanobiosensors and microactuators.
The Centre for BioNano Interactions (CBNI) is a multi-disciplinary platform for Nanotoxicology and NanoMedicine. CBNI is Ireland's National Platform for BioNanoInteraction science, and draws together specialists from its Universities, Institutes and companies. They are one of the world's leading Centres of knowledge for bionanointeractions applied to the fields of nanosafety, nanobiology and nanomedicine, and we are pioneering many of the new techniques and approaches in the arena.
Current MSc projects include molecular modelling, molecular motors, imaging and analysis, atomic force microscopy, light scattering in tissues, and organic solar cells. Future career options include biomedical technologies, pharmaceutical industry and drug development, sustainable energy, academic and industrial research, and students are taught innovation as part of the programme.
Several research groups are involved in this field at the UCD.
 
 
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