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ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : : CHENNAI 600 025 REGULATIONS - 2009 CURRICULUM I TO IV SEMESTERS (FULL TIME)
M.TECH. NANOSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
SEMESTER I SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1. MA9125 2. NT9111 3. NT9112 4. NT9113 5. NT9114 6. NT9115 PRACTICAL 7. NT9117 8. NT9118 COURSE TITLE Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Quantum Mechanics Physical Chemistry Physics and Chemistry of Materials Synthesis and Applications of Nanomaterials Biological Systems Computation Laboratory and Simulation Material Synthesis and Experiments TOTAL CREDIT SEMESTER II SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1. NT9121 2. NT9122 3. 4. 5. 6. NT9123 NT9124 NT9125 NT9126 COURSE TITLE Photonics Mechanical processing and properties of Nanostructure Materials Physicochemical methods for characterization of Nanomaterials Imaging techniques for Nanotechnology Nanotechnology in Health Care Product Design, Management Techniques and Entrepreneurship Nanometrology and Microscopy TOTAL CREDIT L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 8 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 23
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PRACTICAL 7. NT9128
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SEMESTER III SL. COURSE NO CODE THEORY 1. NT9131 2. E1 3. E2 4. E3 PRACTICAL 5. NT9135 COURSE TITLE Lithography and Nanofabrication Elective-I Elective-II Elective-III Project Phase - I TOTAL CREDIT SEMESTER IV SL. COURSE NO CODE PRACTICAL 1. NT9141 COURSE TITLE Project Phase – II & Viva TOTAL CREDIT L T P 16 16 C 12 12 L 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 8 8 C 3 3 3 3 6 18
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ELECTIVE PAPERS – Nanoscience and Technology – Materials Stream SL. NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. COURSE CODE NT9151 NT9152 NT9153 NT9154 NT9155 NT9156 COURSE TITLE Top down manufacturing methods Bottom up synthesis of Nanostructures Nanoelectronics and Sensors Semiconductor Nanostructures & Nano-particles Nanotechnology for Energy systems Molecular Electronics L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3
ELECTIVE PAPERS – Nanoscience and Technology – Biology Stream SL. NO 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. COURSE CODE NT9161 NT9162 NT9163 NT9164 NT9165 NT9166 NT9167 NT9168 COURSE TITLE Nanoparticles and Microorganisms, Bionanocomposites Optical Properties of Nanomaterials, Nanophotonics and Plasmonics MEMS and Bio MEMS Advanced Drug Delivery Systems Biomolecular machines Biosensors Biophotonics Nanocomposites L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND SIMULATION
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1. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF NUMERICAL METHODS:
Scientific Modeling - Numerical data and Numerical operations -Numerical Algorithms -Numerical Programs -Numerical Software - Approximations in Mathematical Model building- Numerical integration -Differentiation -Variational finite element methodsRayleigh’s method-Ritz method. 2. MATHEMATICAL MODELING: 9
Mathematical modeling - physical simulation - advantages and limitations - process control - Transport phenomena- concept of physical domain and computational domain assumptions and limitations in numerical solutions – Finite element method and Finite difference method. 3. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & APPLICATIONS: 9
Euler method, Runge-Kutta method, Multi step-differential equations-boundary valuesElliptic equations-one dimensional parabolic equation-hyperbolic equation- partial differential equations -separation of variables-wave equation-Laplace equation-nonlinear partial differential equations - approximation methods of nonlinear differential equations. 4. SIMULATION: 9
Basic concepts of simulation- data manipulation, data exchange of the structure, properties and processing of materials-Three dimensional model for capillary nanobridges and capillary forces. Molecular dynamics simulation. 5. MONTE CARLO METHODS: 9
Basics of the Monte Carlo method-Algorithms for Monte Carlo simulation-Applications to systems of classical particles-modified Monte Carlo techniques-percolation systemvariation Monte Carlo method-diffusion Monte Carlo method - Quantum Monte Carlo method. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. S.C. Chapra and R.P.Canale, “Numerical methods for Engineers”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002. 2. Erwin Kreyzig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley & Sons, 2004. 3. R.J. Schilling and S.L. Harris, “Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers using MATLAB and C”, Thomson publishers, New Delhi, 2004.. 4 D. Frenkel and B. Smith, “Understanding molecular simulation from algorithm to applications”, Kluwar Academic Press, 1999. 5 K. Ohno, K. Esfarjani and Y. Kawazoe, “Introduction to Computational Materials Science from ab initio to Monte Carlo Methods”, Springer-Verlag, 1999.
the variational method. particle in a box. Quantum computation Concept of quantum computation. free electron theory of metals. Robert. The spin half problem and properties of Pauli spin matrices.Bransden and Joachen 3. Approximate methods 9 Time independent and time dependent perturbation theory for non-degenerate and degenerate energy levels. Molecules. Introduction QUANTUM MECHANICS 3003 9 Wave-particle duality. Modern Physics . 4. linear harmonic oscillator and its solution. Quantum Mechanics . Reflection and transmission by a potential step and by a rectangular barrier.NT9111 1. Shankar 6. Schrödinger equation and expectation values. Ghatak 5.Beiser 2. Solids. Quntum Qbits etc. Quantum Physics of Atoms.R. Quantum Physics – A. The angular meomentum problem. Solution of Time independent Schrödinger equation 9 Particle in a three dimensional box. Total number of periods: 45 Books and References: 1. 2nd Edition by Eisberg. Quantum Mechanics . Basics of Quantum mechanics 9 Solutions of the one-dimensional Schrödinger equation for free particle. . density of states. Uncertainty principle 2. Robert 4.Vol 1&2 . Nuclei. 3. WKB approximation. linear harmonic oscillator.Cohen-Tannoudji 9 4 . Resnick. sudden approximation 5. Principles of Quantum Mechanics 2nd ed. particle in a finite well. and Particles. adiabatic approximation.
Phase rule. Methods for calculation of thermodynamic equilibrium. the influence of the pressure and pressure gradient. 3. The microcanonical-. Gibb’s paradox.ensemble and their connections. Fluctuations. Equilibrium in one phase system.Free energy as a function of composition. Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein Statistics and their applications. Boltzman statistics and quantum statistical systems. 2. order-disorder transformations. rate eqations. transformation with constant composition. homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation. Seddon. reactions of solid-state phases. 6. mechanisms of diffusion. entropy.A N Tikhonov. Paula Julio Physical Chemistry. Gibb’s free energy. real gasses. precipitation in solid solution. 4. 1st Edition –Ball 5 .Diffusion 9 Fick's Law. Kirkendall effect. canonical. Entropy of mixing. spinodal decomposition. phase space density. Martensitic transformation. self-diffusion. Classical Statistical systems. heat capacity. Introduction to Thermodynamics The first and second laws of thermodynamics. Theory of Solution and related topics 8 The theory of solutions. Thermodynamic functions. enthalpy.NT9112 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 3 0 0 3 9 1. J. experimental methods of investigation of diffusion.and grand canonical. Elementary Statistical Mechanics 10 Microstates and entropy and its statistical definition. 3. reaction kinetics. Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics . the reactions between gases. Liouville’s theorem. fast diffusion. Huang Statistical Mechanics-Landau &Lifshitz Physical Chemistry – Atkins Peter. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. influence of isotropic state. PhaseTransformations 9 Mechanisms of phase transformation. grain growth. Peter T Landberg. Peter 2. Electrochemical processes. 5. 4. 5. Gale Thermodynamics by Zymansky Statistical Physics by K. D. 7. Theodore Landsberg Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics by John M. Phase diagram. ergodic hypothesis. generation of point defects.
A. “Nanochemistry : A chemical approach to nanomaterials”. “Surface Science: Foundations of Catalysis and Nanoscience”.Yang and P.clusters of metals and semiconductors. Catalysis by gGold Nanoparticles. Joel I. Gersten. Wiley. “The Physics and Chemistry of Materials”.nano-scale magnets. nanowires. Nanoscale Heat Transfer.Kinetics in Nanostructured Materials. Edelstein and R. Wiley. Transport in Semiconductor Nanostructures. Kolasinski.quantum-size-effect (QSE). NANOSTRUCTURES: 9 Electronic Structure of Nanoparticles.. S. Nanodeposition of Soft Materials. nanostructured beams. Taylor & Francis. Institute of Physics Pub. 4. Royal Society of Chemistry. Photoconductivity.W. 1998. NANOSYSTEMS: 9 Nanoparticles through homogeneous nucleation-Growth controlled by diffusion-growth controlled by surface process-influences of reduction reagents-solid state phase segregation-kinetically confined synthesis of nanoparticles-template based synthesis. Electrochemistry of Nanomaterials-Diffusion in Nanomaterials. K. 3. transparent magnetic materials. Transition Metal Atoms on Nanocarbon Surfaces. and ultrahigh-density magnetic recording materials-chemical physics of atomic and molecular clusters.surface charge density-electric potential at the proximity of solid surfaceVan der Waals attraction potential. CHEMISTRY ASPECTS : 9 Photochemistry. 2002. 2005. S. 2001.NT9113 PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 3 0 0 3 9 1. G. 2. “Nanomaterials: Synthesis.Shen: “Physics and Chemistry of Nanostructured Materials”.C. 4. Properties and Applications”. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: Melting point and phase transition processes.Zero dimensional. Ozin and A. C. 2. and nanocomposites-artificial atomic clusters-Size dependent properties-size dependent absorption spectra-phonons in nanostructures. Nanocatalysis. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF SOLID SURFACES: 9 Surface energy – chemical potential as a function of surface curvature-Electrostatic stabilization. 6 . 2000. Cammarata. Arsenault. 3. 5. A. Size-induced metal-insulator-transition (SIMIT). 5. one-dimensional and two dimensional nanostructures.
Cambridge University Press. BULK SYNTHESIS: Synthesis of bulk nano-structured materials –sol gel processing –Mechanical alloying and mechanical milling. organic block copolymers. D.). Low dimensional semiconductor structures: fundamental and device applications. Barriham. mesoporous materials . and scanning probe patterning).pulsed laser deposition. W.Micro lithography (photolithography.George. NANOPOROUS MATERIALS: 9 Nanoporous Materials – Silicon . Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) films. 2004. APPLICATION OF NANOMATERIALS: 9 Molecular Electronics and Nanoelectronics – Nanobots.NT9114 SYNTHESIS AND APPLICATIONS OF NANOMATERIALS 3003 9 1. and pulsed electrochemical deposition. zeolites. porous silicon. smart sunglasses. self-assembled monolayers (SAMs). 5.nanomembranes and carbon nanotubes .Zeolites. 4. PHYSICAL APPROACHES: 9 Vapor deposition and different types of epitaxial growth techniques. Handbook of NanoScience. 3. G. CRC Press. Vvedensky.Nano structures as single electron transistor –principle and design. Imperial College Press. 3. S. Biomimetic Approaches: polymer matrix isolation. soft lithography. 2.Infrate(Eds. colloids. Optical Properties of semiconductor nanocrystals.D. templated synthesis.Inert gas condensation technique – Nanopolymers – Bulk and nano composite materials. S. emulsion polymerization. 2005. Properties &Applications . 1980. Electrochemical Approaches: anodic oxidation of alumina films. Magnetron sputtering .Gaddand. Engg. and transparent conducting oxides –molecular sieves – nanosponges.Carbon Nanotube – Photonics.AgX photography. K. Total number of periods: 45 Reference: 1. Cambridge University Press. D. 5. clusters. Nanostructures & Nanomaterials: Synthesis. 7 .Lysherski and G.P. Cao. and confined nucleation and/or growth.J. Gaponenko. Inc. and surface-templated nucleation and/or crystallization.Biological Applications – Quantum Devices – Nanomechanics . and Technology. 2001.Brenner. 2.. 4. micromachining. New York. CHEMICAL APPROACHES: 9 Self-assembly. 2002. Marcel Dekker. e-beam writing. Preparation of Thin Films. J.
Molecular Biology of the Cell. and John Tooze. References: Total number of periods: 45 1. tertiary. 2. PROTEIN STRUCTURE 8 Primary.Baker.. International Edition. Enzymes involved and its details. 4.NT9115 BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 3 0 0 3 15 1. 1991. Thomas. S. different types of protein. M. “Proteins: Structures and Molecular Properties”.Levine. Co and post translational modifications.. B. 4. Carl-Ivar. Julian Lewis. cell cycle and molecules that control cell cycle.R. algae and fungi. Alexander Johnson.Lewin. P. 3. Alberts. super secondary.Gann. Watson. James. mechanism of translation.Samuel. “Biophysical Chemistry”. T. CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ORGANELLES: 8 6 Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. New York: Garland Pub.H. Cantor. Freeman & Co. Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett. structural organization and multiplication of bacteria. Freeman.. Keith Roberts. Martin Raff. and Peter Walter. 8 . Mechanism of transcription in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. viruses. different types in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.Bell. Branden. Creighton. E. 1985. San Francisco: Addison-Wesley. A. Bruce. 2002.Losick. mitosis and meiosis. secondary. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic translation machinery. 2nd ed. “Genes IX”. role of covalent and non covalent interactions important to protein structure and functions. DNA replication-Mechanism of replication. INTRODUCTION TO DNA STRUCTURE: DNA double helix. genome structure and organization in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. INTRODUCTION TO AMINO ACIDS AND PROTEINS: 8 Physical and chemical properties of amino acids. New York: Garland Science. 2nd Ed. quaternary structures and the methods to determine. transcriptional inhibitors. types of cell division. 5. and R. R. 6. 5th ed. “Molecular Biology of the Gene”. 1992. W. Central dogma DNA is a genetic material-Experiments. Introduction to Protein Structure. translational factors. cytoskeletal proteins. Proteins of pharmaceutical importance.H.. 2000. New York: W. 4th ed. splicing and transcriptional factors. 2007. including prediction methods and utilization of genomic databases. LIPIDS AND CARBOHYDRATES: Structure – function – biosynthesis – Metabolism. Principle of membrane organization. 5. 2. 3.
2 Simulator. Optical absorption spectra. MATLAB programme to plot the first four eigenfunctions of a one . 5. Band gap estimation from the band edge 3. 3. Toy model in molecular electronics: IV characteristics of a single level molecule 4. To determine the surface roughness of raw and processed AFM images of glass. Micellar route to Pt nanoparticles 7. Chemical synthesis of CdS nanoparticles. Study of Single Electron Transistor using MOSES1. Aqueous to organic phase transfer of Ag and CdS nanoparticles. A bioroute to Au nanoparticles 8. Chemical synthesis of Ag nanoparticles. NT9118 Experiments for Practical . Sol gel synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles 6. 5. Mie formalism.Visible absorption 4. Room temperature B-H loops for Fe2O3 nanoparticals of different sizes (5-50 nm). Numerical solution of the Schrodinger wave equation for a rectangular potential well with infinite potential barrier using MATLAB programme. 2. Confirmation by UV.NT9117 Experiments for Practical .II Material Synthesis and Experiments 1. 6. Simulation of I-V Characteristics for a single Junction circuit with a single quantum Dot using MOSES 1. UVvisible spectroscopy of the colloidal film. Estimation of size by curve fitting 2.dimensional rectangular potential well with infinite potential barrier. Synthesis of Au and Ag nanoparticles at aqueous-organic liquid interface. UV-Visible absorption of the colloidal sol. 9 .2 Simulator. silicon and films made by different methods using offline SPIP software. comparison with the corresponding colloidal sol. 7.Computation Laboratory and Simulation 1. To determine the lattice constant and lattice angles for atomically resolved STM image of HOPG (Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite using offline Scanning Probe Imaging Processor (SPIP) Software.I.
Tokunaga.nonlinear optical processes with intense laser beams.Aperture near-field optics. Saleh and A.Fabrication of photonic crystals. 10 . K.C. PHOTONIC CRYSTALS: 9 Important features of photonic crystals.SNOM based optical data storage and recovery. BIOPHOTONICS: 9 Interaction of light with cells. 2007.SPR dependencies and materials. Principles of Nanophotonics (Optics and Optoelectronics).plasmonics and nanoparticles.SEMESTER-II NT9121 PHOTONICS 3003 9 1. Japan.Optical waveguide SPR coupling. NEW APPROACHES IN NANOPHOTONICS: 9 Near-Field Optics.M.Kawata and F.E.Kobayashi. 4. S. Elsevier Science.Near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM or SNOM).Attenuated total reflection.SNOM based detection of plasmonic energy transport. 5. 4. John-Weiley & Sons.Presence of photonic bandgap. Nano Biophotonics. 3.SNOM based visualization of waveguide structures.Ohtsu.PC based LEDs. 1993.Anomalous Group Velocity Dispersion. M.Kawazoe. T. Fundamentals of Photonics.A. PLASMONICS: 9 Internal reflection and evanescent waves.Teich. 2.Photonic Crystal Laser. 3. V.DNA protein interactions. New York.Masuhara.Yatsui.Grating SPR coupling.photoinduced effects in biological systems-generation of optical forces-optical trapping and manipulation of single molecules and cells in optical confinement-laser trapping and dissection for biological systems-single molecule biophysics.SNOM in nanolithography.Apertureless near-field optics.Kawata. 2. QUANTUM CONFINED MATERIALS: Quantum dots – optical transitions – absorption-inter-band transitions-quantum confinement intraband transitions-fluorescence/ luminescence–photoluminescence /fluorescence optically excited emission – electroluminescence emission .Photonic crystal fibers (PCFs). 2007.Dielectric mirrors and interference filters. Shalaev and S. 2003.plasmons and surface plasmon resonance (SPR). B. H.tissues. and T.Microcavity-Effects in Photonic Crystals. University of Tokyo. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. Nanophotonics with Surface Plasmons (Advances in Nano-Optics and Nano-Photonics).Photonic crystal sensing.
6. P.N. 2003.Meade and J. processing techniques. mechanical working. enhancement of available plasticity. 1964. “Physical Metallurgy”. Cottrell “The Mechanical Properties of Matter”. PROCESSING OF POLYMERS: 6 Special techniques like injection moulding.polymer.5. adapted by D Bacon.D. vacuum and pressure assisted forming. Princeton University Press. “Mechanical Metallurgy”. forging. John Wiley. Prasad. John Wiley & Sons. PROCESSING OF POWDERS OF METALS AND CERAMICS: 8 Selection and characterization of powders. Cambridge University Press. techniques for retaining the nanocrystalline structure in service. J. E. PROCESSING OF METALS AND ALLOYS: Understanding the following processes from the viewpoints of mechanics and processes: rolling.Winn. Princeton. Hall-Petch relation. R. wire drawing. grain boundary sliding and grain boundary migration. PROCESSING OF STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL NANOCRYSTALLINE MATERIALS: 10 Properties required of nanocrystalline materials used for structural. UK. effects of diffusion on strength and flow of materials. properties strongly dependent on temperature and grain size. 3. Cambridge. 2. 11 . A. 1978. compacting and sintering.Joannopoulos. sheet metal forming. microstructure – dislocation interactions at low and high temperatures. MaGraw-Hill. New YorkLondon. grain size evolution and grain size control.D. 1995. Production of Porous and Dense Composite Components: Metal. SI Metric edition. hydrogen storage. 1988. 4. Introduction to Biophotonics. 5.and ceramic.based composites. extrusion. P. Haasen. Singapore. MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES: 15 Properties slightly dependent on temperature and grain size. methods of enhancing or retarding diffusion. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. H.N. Dieter. 2. thermoforming. G. current limitations on approaches based on dislocation theory. Photonic Crystals. magnetic and catalytic applications. possibilities for predictive design. NT9122 MECHANICAL PROCESSING AND PROPERTIES OF NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS 3 0 0 3 6 1. 3. strengthening mechanisms.
particle size analysis using Scherer formula.: 2007.Determination of accurate lattice parameters structure analysis profile analysis . QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS: 9 Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy. Atom probe field ion microscopy-X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy. “Nanostructured Materials: Processing. K. 2nd Edition. “Mechanical Properties of Nanostructured Materials”.Raman Spectroscopy and CARS Applications-Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy.Microwave Spectroscopy. Koch. Total number of periods: 45 References: 12 . NT9123 PHYSICOCHEMICAL METHODS FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOMATERIALS 3003 9 1. A 304-306 (2001) 200-205. Dynamic Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. 5. X-RAY DIFFRACTION: X-ray powder diffraction – single crystal diffraction techniques . SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES: 9 Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy and Differences-With Atomic SpectroscopyInfrared (IR) Spectroscopy and Applications. Ed. Materials Science and Engineering. A. Properties and Applications”. Differential Thermal Analysis and Differential scanning calorimetry-Importance of thermal analysis for nanostructures. 2. Double Resonance Technique. THERMAL ANALYSIS METHODS: 9 Principle and Instrumentation of Thermogravimetry. 3. C. 4.models for interpretation of nanoindentation loaddisplacement curves-Nanoindentation data analysis methods-Hardness testing of thin films and coatings.HREM. NANOINDENTATION: 9 Nanoindentation principles.MD simulation of nanoindentation. High Resolution Imaging Techniques. X-Ray Characterization of Nanomaterials – EDAX and WDA analysis – EPMA – ZAP corrections. C. 5. Padmanabhan. New Applications of NMR Spectroscopy.4.elastic and plastic deformation -mechanical properties of materials in small dimensions.
B.Wulff.Use of polarized light microscopy – Phase contrast microcopy – Interference Microscopy – hot stage microscopy .importance of STM for nanostructures – surface and molecular manipulation using STM -3D map of electronic structure. and C. Wiley Eastern Ltd. “Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy: A Introduction”.Beanland. 4th Edition. L. P. Joy.A. non contact and tapping mode-Imaging and manipulation of samples in air or liquid environments-Imaging soft samples. D.W. H. 13 . 1. “Elements of X-ray Diffraction”. 2. “Micro-Indentation Hardness Testing”. “Electron Microscopy and Analysis”.Rose. 2003.1.C. TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: 9 Basic principles .Goodhew.surface morphology – Etch pit density and hardness measurements. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1.Loretto.AFM tip on nanometer scale structures. OPTICAL MICROSCOPY: Optical microscopy.force curves. E.L. London.W. “Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Microanalysis”. 2.Goldstein. R. 4. R. J. NT9124 IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY 3003 9 3. Replicas Various-application of SEM. 5. Newbury. 3.Shepard and J. B. D.L. J.Humphreys. Scanning Force Microscopy-Shear force Microscopy-Lateral Force Microscopy-Magnetic Force microscopy. Addison Wiley. Butterworths.Instrumentation. Chapman and Hall.M. Lym. 4.Mott. 2. measurements and manipulations-feed back control-different modes of operation –contact. SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPY: 6 Principle. 1978. S. 1956. “The Structure and Properties of Materials”. “Electron Beam Analysis of Materials”.X-rays – typical forms of contrast– Resolution and contrast – enhancement – Specimen Preparation. Heckman and K.Modes of operation – Specimen preparation – Diffraction in imperfect crystals – Dislocations – precipitates – Structure of Grain boundaries and interfacesHRTEM use in nanostructures.J. 1993.Scale drawing. Flegler. 1984. ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY: 9 Basic concepts-Interaction force-AFM and the optical lever. Klomparens. J. D. 3.Cullity. M.E. WH Freeman & Co. SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY: 12 Basic design of the scanning electron microscopy – Modes of operation– Backscattered electrons – secondary electrons.
in vivo imaging capabilities by enabling the detection of tumors. gold. R Eggins. infectious diseases and organ transplant. tissue. DNA and antibodiestherapies and diagnostics for cancer and central nervous system disorders.use of magnets. Chemical Sensors and Biosensors. 3.Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) . genetic defects and other disease states-ability to control or manipulate on the atomic scale.DNA Profiling . Brian.Trends in nanobiotechnology .Protein.4. IMMUNOASSAY TECHNIQUES 9 Understanding of antibody-based diagnostic techniques (immunoassay) . 5.Haynes.Cancer cell targeting .A.and nano-immunosensors.Nanobot medical devices. D. 14 .Bio-Barcode Assay. 4.and peptide-based compounds for cancer.Talchar.biocompatibility and reduced rejection ratioretinal. 2002. Chichester. and replacements of damaged skin. IMPROVED MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS 9 Improved diagnostic products and techniques. Cambridge University press. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1.Stem Cell Scaffolds .micro. cochlear.therapeutic classes.Targeted Drug Delivery Magnetic Nanoparticles . 2. Human anatomy – Form function and physiology – Developmental prolog . R.Cantilever Sensors . plaque. repair of damaged nerve cells.artificial organs and implantsartificial scaffolds or biosynthetic coatings. New York. METHODS FOR DIAGNOSIS 9 Animation of the PCR .standalone sensing and computing devices.focused pharmaceutical delivery systems. Wiley. “Optical Microscopy of Materials”.Tethered Lipid Membranes. 1986. NANOTECHNOLOGY IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS. or bone. NT9125 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN HEALTH CARE 3003 9 1. diabetes.Woodruff and T.principle of development – Neurophysiology – sensory physiology and muscle physiology . PROSTHETIC AND MEDICAL IMPLANTS 9 New generations of prosthetic and medical implants.P. and neural implants.logic and intelligence embedded into medical devices.
Ultrathin Electrochemical Chemo. Volume Two.organizationDirecting. Ed. 4. 3. Allen J Bard and Larry R Faulkner. MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS: 9 Pre feasibility study .Rosenthal. 3. Amsterdam.Personality Characteristic a successful Entrepreneur.Knowledge and skill required for an Entrepreneur. Elsevier. Ed. PRODUCT DESIGN: 9 Concept generation.Reduce the support cost. “Effective Product Design and Development”. ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCE & ENVIRONMENT: 9 Concept of Entrepreneurship. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. Chichester : 2nd ed. 5.Establishing the product specification 2.budgeting .Eppinger. 2. 2004 NT9126 PRODUCT DESIGN.Industrial Design Process.Estimate the manufacturing cost. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: 9 Criteria for selection of product.Monitoring and Evaluation of Business. 1992. Electrochemical Methods: Fundamentals and Applications.Product Architecture. T. Staffing and Controlling.Elements of Economic analysis. London. McGraw. 3rd ed.Entrepreneurship Development Training . S. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 2003. Mirsky. editions.and Biosensors: Technology and Performance in Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors.Functions of management-planning. David Wild. Biosensors and modern biospecific analytical techniques.Design for Manufacture .SWOT analysisEnterprise Resource planning and supply chain management. “Product Design and Development”. New York. Irwin. The Immunoassay Handbook.Prototyping.Product development process.Management of Industrial design Process and Assessing the quality of Industrial Design . 15 .Evaluation Criteria. L Gorton. 4. Wiley.Economics of Product development projects . MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 3003 AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1.Business environment. Wilson & Wilson’s Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry. 5.Management by objective.. MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES: 9 Technology Management .Scientific Management .Entrepreneurship as a career..project profile preparation Feasibility Report preparation . Berlin.International Business.Market and channel selectionProduct launching . Springer.Effective Management of Small business. 2005.2.financial models Sensitive analysis and influence of the quantitative factors.Ulrich Steven. Ed.Hill International.Center and State government policies and Regulations . D.Ownership . 2001. 2005. Karal. Vladimir M.Development of management Thought-Principles of Management.
Surface topography of a polymer film on glass using AFM in the non-contact (tapping) mode. 4. New Delhi. 2001 NT9128 Experiments for Practical –III – Nanometrology and Microscopy 1. 3. strands of hair) using a high magnification optical microscope. 2. current and height imaging. Phase imaging 6. 9. thickness across a step.Weihrich. H. Surface topography of a freshly cleaved HOPG using STM.. J. step measurements 5. “Essentials of Management” Prentice Hall of India Pvt. F-D curves and hardness determination. Synthesis of SiO2 polysphere film and morphology characterization using a Optical microscope. “Essentials of management”. 4. 7. Dip-pen lithography using AFM with molecular inks. Singapore international edition.Koontz and H. Determination of size and lateral dimensions of various samples (pollen grains. Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy (STS) on Multi walled Carbon Nanotubes deposited on HOPG.Massie. Hisrich. 16 . 1980. step measurements 10. McGraw Hill Publishing company. Surface topography of a freshly cleaved mica using AFM. Surface topography of a sputtered Au film using STM. 5.J. Surface topography of a sputtered Au film using AFM. 1985. “Entrepreneurship” Tata Mc Grew Hill. Ltd. Nanoindentation on a polycarbonate substrate using AFM. 8.3.
SEMESTER-III NT9131 LITHOGRAPHY AND NANOFABRICATION 3003 15 1. NANOIMPRINT LITHOGRAPHY AND SOFT LITHOGRAPHY: 15 Nanoimprint lithography (NIL).Zone plate array lithography-Extreme ultraviolet lithography. ELECTRON BEAM LITHOGRAPHY: 5 Scanning electron-beam lithography.Photomask. 4.Lithography -Optical lithography. X-RAY LITHOGRAPHY: 5 Ion beam lithography.Off axis illuminationOptical proximity correction .Magnetically enhanced RIE.Soft LithographyMoulding/Replica moulding: Printing with soft stamps.Reactive Ion etching.Attenuated phase shift masks .Masked ion beam direct structuring.UV-NIL.parallel direct-write e-beam systems-electron beam projection lithography .hot embossing.Focusing ion beam lithography .atom lithography.maskless EBL.RIE reactive ion etching.Multistage scanners resolution.Holographic lithography.Necessity for a clean room.Edge lithography -Dip-Pen Lithography-set up and working principle.IBE Ion beam etching.Optical projection lithography.alternating phase shift masks .Other etching techniques.Binary mask.Masked ion beam lithography.different types of clean rooms-construction and maintenance of a clean room. Total number of periods: 45 References: 17 .Scattering with angular limitation projection e-beam lithography. Etching techniques. PATTERNING OF THIN FILMS: Introduction .NIL.Ion projection lithography Projection focused ion multi-beam . 5. 3.Optical interferometric lithography. 2 MASKLESS OPTICAL LITHOGRAPHY: 5 Maskless optical projection lithography .Sub resolution assist feature enhancement-Optical immersion lithography.Phase shift mask .Projection reduction exposure with variable axis immersion lenses.
615 (2001). D. SEMESTER . Physical vapor deposition of Cr and Au on glass substrates. Thickness measurement using AFM. 3. Nanotechnology 16. “Fabrication of polymer photonic crystals using nanoimprint lithography”. Electroplating Ag film: Topography by AFM. Preparation of (111) oriented films of Au by physical vapor deposition on mica substrate. Deposition of Polyaniline on ITO using Electrochemical Workstation. R. Electroless deposition of Au on Si substrate. Optolithography using PMMA resist. 45. Schift et al. Baker et al. tools and practices Cleaning procedure for Si wafer and observation of surface before and after cleaning with AFM. Spin coating polymer resists. X-ray diffraction measurement. Dhaliwal et al. IBM Journal Res. PREVAIL –“Electron projection technology approach for next generation lithography”..IV NT9141 PROJECT PHASE Thin Film Deposition Operation of Electrochemical Workstation. H. Nanotechnology 15. Microcontact printing using PDMS stamp 18 . 661 (1999). Nanosphere lithography using silica nanospheres. Electrical characteristics by two and four probe measurement. Quartz crystal thickness monitor for thickness monitoring. 2. characterization by AFM.D.1. X-ray diffraction measurement. M.. 4. Nanoscale gratings by Electron beam lithography using SEM. 1356 (2004). & Dev. “Dip-Pen” Nanolithography. S. “Lithographic pattern formation via metastable state rare gas atomic beams”. 261. Science 283.. Piner. Micro & Nanolithography Clean room: Familiarizing with essential terms. (2005).
Ion beam etching .Soft lithography.Dry etching . Jackson.Dry etching.Wet etching of silicon .Anisotropic etching . “Micro fabrication and Nanomanufacturing”. INTRODUCTION: Introduction to micro fabrication and Moore’s law – importance of lithographic techniques.models to simulate micro/nanomachining processes using molecular dynamics techniques -Wet chemical etching .Ion projection lithography .Extreme ultraviolet lithography.Thin film and sacrificial processes .Dip-Pen lithography.Mask less (ML2) EBL-parallel direct-write e-beam systems-E-beam projection lithography .Phase shift mask -Optical immersion lithography.ELECTIVE – I NT9151 TOP DOWN MANUFACTURING METHODS 3 0 0 3 12 1. E-BEAM AND ION BEAM LITHOGRAPHY: 15 Principle and instrumentation .RIE reactive ion etching. MACHINING PROCESSES: 8 Micromilling/microdrilling/microgrinding processes and the procedure for selecting proper machining parameters with given specifications. 5. Formation of nanostructured polymers.Focused ion beam lithography .Magnetically enhanced RIE.Masked ion beam direct structuring-Nanoimprint lithography and soft lithography. M.Rai-Choudhury.PREVAIL Xray lithography .Electrochemical etching . Nanocrystalline ceramics by mechanical activation. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. “Handbook of Micro lithography. BALL MILLING TECHNIQUE: 5 Nanopowders produced using micro reactors. J.EDM micro machining. and Micro 19 . 2.Maskless optical projection lithography.Other etching techniques.Vapor phase etching . 2005.Scanning electron-beam lithography. 4. laser micro/nanomachining. CRC Press.different types of lithographic techniques -Optical projection lithographyPhotomask.Binary mask. Micro machining.Isotropic etching . P. 5. 2. ETCHING TECHNIQUES: 5 Reactive ion etching.Nanoimprint lithography .Zone plate array lithography.
“Nanotechnology”. THIN FILM TECHNOLOGIES – I: CVD Chemical vapor deposition –Atmospheric pressure CVD(APCVD) – Low pressure CVD (LPCVD) .ALD Atomic Layer Deposition -LPE Liquid phase epitaxy -MBE Molecular Beam Epitaxy. 1997. 2. M.Directed self-assembly using conventional lithographyTemplate self-assembly-Vapor liquid solid growth.LCVD Laser–Induced CVD.Diode sputtering . 1999. 3.Timp. AIP press. G.Magnetron sputtering . MOCVD Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition . PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES: 9 Screen printing. 3.Pulsed laser deposition.Influence of substrate and substrate orientation. Different kinds of epitaxy. Springer-Verlag.Langmuir-Blodgett films – DNA self assembly.Flex graphic printing. 4. mismatch.Gravure printing. EPITAXIAL FILM DEPOSITION METHODS: 9 Epitaxy. “Fundamentals of Microfabrication. CHEMICAL METHODS: 9 Sol-gel synthesis –different types of coatings -Spin coating. Total number of periods: 45 References: 20 . 2. 4. THIN FILM TECHNOLOGIES – II: 9 Physical vapor deposition. NT9152 BOTTOM UP SYNTHESIS OF NANOSTRUCTURES 3003 9 1. 1997.Inkjet printing.fabrication”.Photo-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PHCVD). ion implantation and ion assisted deposition Cathodic arc deposition .CCVD Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition .Ion beam (sputter) deposition. Vol.Roll-to-Roll techniques. Madou. New York.(Periodic) starting points for self-assembly.The HiPCO method .Self assembly. SPIE Press.Sputter technologies.” CRC Press.Gravure printing and Flexographic printing. 5.Plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) or .
Optical Fibers for Nanodevices. Huck.LEDs based on nanotubes. G. “Handbook of Nanoscience. 2004. “Nanostructures & Nanomaterials: Synthesis.Quantum cascade lasers. electrical current sensors. magnetism sensors .fabrication of biosensors—future potential. Kluwer publishers.White LEDs .High Efficiency Materials for OLEDs . heat sensors. NT9153 NANOELECTRONICS AND SENSORS 3 0 0 3 9 1.Quantum well infrared photo detectors.LEDs based on nanowires . 2.Mechanical sensors -pressure sensors. position sensors .Laser Diodes . GAS SENSOR MATERIALS: Criteria for the choice of materials. gas and liquid flow sensors. Experimental aspects – materials. Mechanical Molecular Nanodevices. 9 3. measurement of gas sensing property. sensitivity.1.Optical and radiation sensors. Cao. electrical voltage sensors.Cascade surface-emitting photonic crystal laserQuantum dot lasers. THERMAL SENSORS: Thermal energy sensors -temperature sensors.electrical resistance sensors.Chemical sensors . Gas-Based Nanodevices.T.Electromagnetic sensors. Nano scale MOSFET – Resonant Tunneling Transistor Single-Electron Transistors.LEDs based on nanorods High Efficiency Materials for OLEDs. “Nanoscale Assembly: Chemical Techniques (Nanostructure Science and Technology)”. 9 2. Discussion of sensors for various gases. Nanorobotics and Nanomanipulation.Quantum wire lasers:.DNA based biosensors – Protein based biosensors – materials for biosensor applications. Photochemical Molecular Devices. Gas sensors based on semiconductor devices. BIOSENSORS: Principles. W. 2002. ELECTRONIC AND PHOTONIC MOLECULAR MATERIALS: Preparation –Electroluminescent Organic materials . SEMICONDUCTOR NANODEVICES: Single-Electron Devices. electrical power sensors. properties. Micro and Nanomechanics. Nanocomputers: Theoretical Models. Total number of periods: 45 References: 21 . 9 5. 3.S. DNABased Nanodevices. Properties &Applications” Imperial College Press. Single-Electron Dynamics. 9 4. Engineering and Technology”.Quantum well lasers:.
4. light emission from indirect semiconductors. effect of strain on band-gap in epitaxial quantum dots. NT9154 SEMICONDUCTOR NANOSTRUCTURES & NANO-PARTICLES 3003 1. 2. Wiley. excitons. W. carrier injection. 2. pyrolytic synthesis. Pettey. K. “Nano systems”.1. SEMICONDUCTOR NANOPARTICLES – APPLICATIONS 10 Optical luminescence and fluorescence from direct band gap semiconductor nanoparticles. single particle conductance. Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology. LED and solar cells. self-assembly strategies. SEMICONDUCTOR NANOPARTICLE SSYNTHESIS 9 Cluster compounds.Bharat Bhusan 22 . doping nanoparticles.C. (2003). light emission form Si nanodots. nanoribbons. 3. M. band-gap variations-quantum confinement. Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. Ranier. surface-trap passivation in core-shell nanoparticles. 3. nanobelts. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES 9 Melting point. polymer-nanoparticle. “Introduction to Molecular Electronics”. wet chemical methods. nanosprings.Hari Singh Nalwa 2. quantum-dots from MBE and CVD. 5. quantum conductance effects in semiconductor nanowires. solid-state phase transformations. Drexler. Mn-Zn-Se phosphors. Wiley. barriers to nanoparticle lasers. Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology .E. SEMICONDUCTOR NANOWIRES 8 Fabrication strategies. electro-deposition. electroluminescence. SEMICONDUCTOR FUNDAMENTALS 9 Introduction to Semiconductor physics – Fabrication techniques – Semiconductor nanostructures – Electronic structure and physical process – Principles of semiconductor nanostructures based electronic and electro-optical devices – Semiconductor Quantum Dots – Quantum Lasers – Quantum Cascade Lasers – Quantum Dot Optical Memory. reverse micelles. porous Silicon. “Nano Electronics and Information Technology”. (1992).
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Weir. Hydrogen from Renewable Energy Sources by D. 5.carbon-free cycle. development and implementation of renewable energy technologies . J. Nano. 1986.multiple catalytic effects . MICRO FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY: 9 Micro-fuel cell technologies. Shatwell.and thermal management during the hydriding reaction . 3.hydride storage materials for automotive applications. CRC Press.thermocapillary forces . 3.nano engines driving mechanisms . Handbook of fuel cells: Fuel cell technology and applications by Vielstich. 2003.size effects .gravimetric and volumetric storage capacities .micro-fuel cell power sources. 24 . 2.Energy transport. London.design methodologies . 2.degradation of the sorption properties .distinctive chemical and physical properties . HYDROGEN STORAGE METHODS: 9 hydrogen storage methods .A.nanotechnology enabled renewable energy technologies . 2003.NT9155 NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS 3003 9 1. Fuel Storage on Board Hydrogen Storage in Carbon Nanostructures by R. MICROFLUIDIC SYSTEMS: 9 Nano-electromechanical systems and novel microfluidic devices . Twidell and T. E & F N Spon Ltd. micro and meso scale phenomena and devices. Wiley. Renewable Energy Resources. RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY: 9 Energy challenges.microchannel battery . INTRODUCTION Nanotechnology for sustainable energy-Materials for light emitting diodes-batteriesadvanced turbines-catalytic reactors-capacitors-fuel cells. 4. conversion and storage. integration and performance for micro-fuel cell systems thin film and microfabrication methods .power generation .Thermocapillary pumping (TCP) piezoelectric membrane. 5. CRC Press.hydrogen storage capacity hydrogen reaction kinetics .micro heat engine (MHE) fabrication . 4.high enthalpy of formation . Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. Fuel cell technology handbook. Hoogers.metal hydrides . Infield.hydriding/dehydriding kinetics .
Electronic structure of absorbed organic molecule. Levshevski. Bio Electronics – Molecular and Biocomputing – prototypes for Molecular Functional limits and Actuators – Molecular assembly – characterization of hybrid nanomaterials . 2. 25 .types of molecule-manipulation experiments-measurements in molecular electronics-soft and hard electronics. Fagas . 3. Introducing Molecular Electronics. Nano and Molecular Electronics Handbook.Rectifiers. Jan Dienstuhl and others. Cumbertl & G. Controlling surfaces and interfaces of semi-conductor sensing organic molecules. 2007. 2. Molecular Engineering of doped polymer for optoelectronics.C.Biomolecular optoelectronic device 9 9 9 9 Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. G.Molecular wires – Molecular switches – Data storage-photo switches-molecular magnets. 4.Fabrication for Molecular Electronics organic FETs – Organic thin film transistors.NT9156 MOLECULAR ELECTRONICS 3 0 0 3 9 1. Springer. Molecular Electronics overview. 5. S.photo voltaic cells Schotkey diodes FETS digital processing and communication with molecular switches 3. Organic semiconductor for new electronic device. 2005. Nanoelectronics & Nanosystems: From Transistor to Molecular & Quantum Devices: Karl Goser. CRC Press.
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Channel plasmon-polariton guiding by subwavelength metal grooves. surface-trap passivation in core-shell nanoparticles. light emission from indirect semiconductors. Martín-Palma. Total number of periods: 45 Reference 1. Mn-ZnSe phosphors. electroluminescence. glass. single photon transistor using surface plasmon. Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology by Bharat Bhushan 2. Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology. Materials: LiNbO3. Stabilization in Sol.Hari Singh Nalwa. MartinezDuart. Physics of Linear Photonic Crystals 8 Maxwell’s Equations. Fernando Agullo-Rueda 27 . nanowire surface plasmons-interaction with matter. Blueshift. barriers to nanoparticle lasers. and composites. The Handbook of Photonics By Mool Chand Gupta. Guided Modes in Photonic Crystals Slab Physics of Nonlinear Photonic Crystals 9 1-D Quasi Phase Matching. Nonlinear Photonic Crystal Analysis. Semiconductor nanoparticles – applications 10 Optical luminescence and fluorescence from direct. Photonic Band Gap and Localized Defect States. etc Elements of Plasmonics 10 Introduction: Plasmonics. Near-field photonics: surface plasmon polaritons and localized surface plasmons. Nanotechnology for Microelectronics and Optoelectronics . and integrated systems. Applications of Nonlinear Photonic Crystals Devices. Plasmon Resonance. and other media. single emitter as saturable mirror. Change of bandgap. Slow guided surface plasmons at telecom frequencies. light emission from Si nanodots. Colour change in sol. John Ballato 4.J. photon correlation. Glass. polymer-nanoparticle LED’s and solar cells.Raúl J. etc. Transmission Spectra. NANOPHOTONICS AND PLASMONICS 3 0 0 3 8 Metal Nanoparticles Metal Nanoparticles.NT9162 OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF NANOMATERIALS. Alloy Nanoparticles. carrier injection. M. doping nanoparticles. 3. Bloch’s Theorem. merging photonics and electronics at nanoscale dimensions. bandgap semiconductor nanoparticles. Nonlinear Optics in Linear Photonic Crystals. All optical modulation by plasmonic excitation of quantum dots. Chalcogenide Glasses. Wavelength Converters.
mechanics and electrostatistics – batch fabrication – circuit integration. De Los Santos. Kawata & H. MEMS mask layout-physics of mems-scaling laws heat transfer . MEMS and Microsystems: Design and Manufacture. McGraw-Hill 2001. Gardner. Masuhara NT9163 MEMS AND BIO MEMS 3 0 0 3 1. 7. Gregory Kovacs. Mechanical Microsensors (Microtechnology and MEMS). Vijay Varadan. COMMERCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS Commercial trends in miniaturization – High density chip analysislab-in-chip for DNA and protein analysis – Nono HPLC system. Wiegerink. MATERIALS FOR MEMS Materials for mems and pro mems-silicon-metals and polymers. CRC Press 1997. 5. 28 . Tai-Ran Hsu. From fundamentals to Applications vol 1 & 2. Fundamentals of Microfabrication. 8. Xiaoning Jiang. 2. Wiley 1994.S. Miko Elwenspoek. Introduction to Microelectromechanical (MEM) Microwave Systems. McGraw-Hill 1998. Nanoplasmonics. CRC Press 2000. Nano. MEMS microfabrication-Fabrication – design and application scaling issues – scaling fluidic biological systems – influence of scaling on material properties. Microsensors: Principles and Applications. Springer Verlag 2001. 4. 2. Microstereolithography and other Fabrication Techniques for 3D MEMS.and Microelectromechanical Systems.5. Héctor J. 6. and Vasundara Varadan. Remco J. Julian W. 5. Micromachined Transducers Sourcebook. Bio MEMS -engineering micro fluids-bio mems for genomics and post genomicsmicrofluids for bio-diagnosis lead discovery platforms. 3. Wiley 2001. 9 9 9 9 9 Total number of periods: 45 References: 1. 3. Artech House 1999. Sergey Edward Lyshevski. 4. Marc Madou.
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Molecular Devices and Machines: A Journey into the Nanoworld.molecular shuttle-electrochemical energy .molecular nanoreactors-covalent system-nano covalent system-macro molecular nanoreactions micelles and polymers–biomacro molecular nanoreactions-Protein cages-viruses. 9 3. Self assembled-nanoreactors . Wiley – VCH. 2. 9 4. dyneins and ATP synthase. Biomolecular machines:Transcription.VCH. myosin.rod shaped and cage structured. Fabrication and patterning of nanoscale device. 2003. Memories Logic Gates–Multistate–Mukltifunctional Systems systems. translation and replication processes at single molecule level – initiation and force control of biological processes. 9 5. Schilva. 9 2.molecular machines powered by light energy: molecular switching-chemical switching and electrochemical switching.NT9165 3 0 0 3 9 1. Characterization of molecular machine .force generation and real-time dynamics – active transport by biological motors – mechanism.chemical fuels. Wiley. Balazani. Total number of periods: 45 References: BIO MOLECULAR MACHINES 1. V. 30 . Molecular Motors. dynamics and energetic of kinesin. M.energy supply . 2005.
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