Nanometrology and Big Data

This course is intended for beginning graduate students. The course will discuss strategies to explore grand challenge nanotechnology problems in the areas of electronics, displays and energy. These challenges often require a disciplined innovation framework that involves correctly defining the specifications of the challenge, understanding the technology gaps, and having the relevant interdisciplinary expertise to develop the systems needed to bridge the technology gap. This course will first present an innovation framework, then expose students to multi‐scale computational tools that can be used to explore the solution space, and finally apply these techniques to case studies in the area of nanoelectronics.

Registration Fee $2,500 Coming Soon

 

Refunds for Students Withdrawing from the University

Students who withdraw from the University receive a refund of a percentage of their tuition. The percentage varies as shown below according to the student’s effective withdrawal date.

Long Session and Summer Session (Whole-Session Classes)

 

Official withdrawal datePercentage refund
Prior to the first class day 100% less $15 matriculation fee
During the first five class days 80%
During the second five class days 70%
During the third five class days 50%
During the fourth five class days 25%
After the fourth five class days none



Summer Session (First-Term, Second-Term, and Nine-Week Classes)

Official withdrawal datePercentage refund
Prior to the first class day 100% less $15 matriculation fee
During the first, second, or third class day 80%
During the fourth, fifth, or sixth class day 50%
After the sixth class day none



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