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    2011년 2학기
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The objective is to introduce the topic of nanotechnology: Why nanomaterials are different from bulk materials, various materialssuch as carbon nanotubes, nanowires, nanoparticles and theirapplications in electronics, optoelectronics, sensors, composites,instrumentation, biomedical and other areas.
1. Introduction
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1. 비디오 1. Introduction 1. What is Nanotechnology?
2. Examples of Nanostructures
3. Unique Properties of Nanoscale Materials
4. What is Special about Nanoscale?
5. Nano Revolution
6. NNI Program Component Areas
7. Nanotechnology R & D
8. Various Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies
9. Extraordinary "Space" of Nanomaterials
10. R & D Categories for Investment
11. Some Fundamental Science Issues
12. Impact of Nanotechnology
13. Materials and Manufacturing
14. Materials and Manufacturing Some Recent Advances
15. More Examples of Nanotech in Materials and Manufacturing
16. Nanoelectronics and Computing
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비디오 1. Introduction 1. Nanoelectronics and Computing
2. Nanoelectronics and Computing Some Recent Advances
3. Expected Nanotechnology Benefits in Electronics and Computing
4. Health and Medicine
5. Health and Medicine Some Recent Advances
6. Energy Production and Utilization
7. Benefits of Nano in the Environment Sector
8. Benefits of Nanotechnology in Transportation
9. National Security
10. Why Nanotechnology at NASA?
11. Assessment of Opportunities
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2. 비디오 1. Introduction2. Nanoscale Properties 1. Benefits of Nanotechnology in Transportation
2. Why Nanotechnology at NASA?
3. Assessment of Opportunities?
4. Revolutionary Technology Waves

1. Outline
2. Some Nano Definitions
3. Percentage of Surface Items
4. Surface to Bulk Atom Ratio
5. Quantom Size Effect
6. Size Dependance of Properties
7. Some more Size-Dependant Properties
8. Color
9. Specific Heat
10. Melting Point
11. Melting Point Dependence on Particle Size: Analytical Derivation
12. Electrical Conductivity
13. I-V of a Single Nanoparticle
14. Adsorption: Some Background
15. Chemisorption
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비디오 2. Nanoscale Properties3. Tools 1. Nano-Reinforced Composites
2. Benefits of Nanotechnology in Composite Development
3. Multifunctionality in Materials
4. Multifuctional Materials with Sensing Capability
5. Examples of Multifuctional Materials
6. Candidates for Multifuctional Composites
7. Examples of Self-Healing Materials
8. Nanomaterials in Catalysis
9. Nanoporous Materials
10. Metal Nanocluster Composite Glasses
11. Fine Particle Technology

1. Optical Microscopes
2. Schematic of a Simple Optical Microscope
3. The Electron Microscopes
4. Schematic of SEM
5. Electron Scattering from Specimen
6. TEM
7. Components of the TEM
8. Schematic of E Gun & EM lens
9. TEM Image
10. Scanning Probe Microscopy
11. Automic Force Microscope
12. AFM Modes of Operation
13. AFM Images
14. STM Electronics
15. STM Images
16. Acronyms Galore
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3. 비디오 4. Processes: Top-down and Bottom-up 1. Outline
2. Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Techniques
3. Deposition Techniques
4. Physical Deposition Approaches
5. Morecular Beam Epitaxy
6. MBE Apparatus
7. MBE Growth Conditions
8. MBE Growth Characteristics
9. Chemical Vapor Depostion
10. Various CVD Reactors
11. Automic Layer Depostion
12. ALD Process and Equipment
13. Sequential Process Steps
14. Comparison of ALD and CVD
15. ALD Applications Summary
16. What is Plasma?
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4. 비디오 5. Nanomaterials: Carbon Nanotubes 1. CNT Synthesis URL
비디오 5. Nanomaterials: Carbon Nanotubes 1. Carbon Nanotubes: Some Examples
2. CVD Growth Mechanisms For Carbon Nanotubes
3. Ion Beam Sputtering of Multilayer Catalysts for Nanotube Growth
4. Catalysts Characterization
5. SWNTs on Patterned Substrates
6. Raman Analysis of SWNTs
7. Multiwall Nanotube Towers
8. MWNTs by Thermal CVD: Summary
9. Why Plasma in Nanotube Growth?
10. Plasma Reactor for CNT Growth
11. MWNTs vs. CNFs
12. Plasma Enhanced CVD of Carbon Nanofibers
13. Designable CNT Arrays
14. TEM Image of MWNTs and CNFs
15. TEM of CNFs from dc-HFCVD
16. Raman Spectra at 633 nm Excitation: Plasma CVD Samples
17. Low Temperature PECVD of CNFs
18. SENT Growth by PECVD
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5. 비디오 8. Nanomaterials: Inorganic Nanowires9. Nanomaterials: Nanoparticles and others 1. Growth Methods
2. Template based Growth of Nanowires
3. Nanowire Synthesis by VLS Appoach
4. CVD Type Synthesis of Nanowires
5. Experimental Setup & Growth Methodology
6. Source Generation
7. Catalyst Metal Selection
8. Inorganic Nanowires Synthesized at NASA Ames
9. ZnO Nanowires on m-Sapphire
10. Vertically-Aligned Nanowires for Device Fabrication
11. Silicon Nanowires
12. Diameter-Controlled Synthesis of SiNWs
13. Gallium Nitride Nanowires
14. Nanocluster Catalysts Determine Nanowire Diameter
15. Doping Semiconductor Nanowires
16. Doping Silicon Nanowires
17. Doping Indium Phosphide Nanowires
18. InSb Nanowires on Shpphire Substrate
19. GaSb Nanowires Synthesis: Nucleation and Basal Growth
20. GaSb Nanowires Grown on Sapphire: Characterization
21. Inverse Dependence of Bandgap on Nanowire Diameter
22. Thermal Conductivity of Semiconducting Nanowires
23. Application Summary for Nanowires

1. Preparation of Nanoparticles
2. Desirable Attributes of Nanoparticles
3. Supercritical Fluids background
4. Supercritical Fluids Synthesis of Nanoparticles
5. Advantage of Supercritical Fluid technique in nanoparticles production
6. SCF Production of Amoxicillin NPs
7. Nanoparticles
8. Dendreamers: What are they?
9. Applications for Dendreamers: Biomedical/Pharmaceutical
10. Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery
11. Quantum Dots: What are they?
12. Qdots Have a Unique Electronic Structure
13. Size Dependence Particle in a box
14. Optical Properties of Nanocrystals
15. Size- and Materials-Dependent Optical Properties
16. Applications
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6. 비디오 11. Nanoelectronics: Nanoelectronic Devices(1) 1. Silicon Nanoelectronics- Device Physics
2. Too Hot To Handle
3. Switching Energy of Electron Devices and Brain Cells
4. Nanoelectronics: What is Expected from Alternative Technology?
5. Nanoelectronics
6. Nanotube Electronic Devices: FETs
7. Carbon Nanotube Transistor Fabrication
8. From p- to n- Type Nanotube MOSFET Transistor
9. CNT-based Logic and Memory Devices
10. Comparison of CNT vs. Silicon Transistors
11. Wafer-Scale Aligned Nanotube Device Fabrication
12. CNT Multiple Transfer (crossbar structure)
13. Submicron Transistors
14. Multi-terminal Nanotube Junctions
15. Multi-wall Y-junction Carbon Nanotubes
16. CVD Production of Y-Junctions
17. Four-level CNT Dentritic Neural Tree
18. Nanotube Electromechanical Devices
19. Nanotube Device: Proof of Concept
20. Towards Memory and Computation
21. Nanowire as Nano-Chip Component
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비디오 11. Nanoelectronics: Nanoelectronic Device (2) 1. Nanowire as Nano-Chip Component
2. Self-Assembled Nanowires-On-Insulator [SA-NOI]
3. Ge Nanowires-on-Insulator
4. TEM Images:1-D Single Crystals
5. Ge Quantum Wires
6. Vertical Top-Gate Field Effect Transistor
7. Verticla Surround-Gate Field Effect Transistor
8. Nanowire FET-On-Insulator
9. Ge-NOI Field-Effect Transistor: Electrical Characteristics
10. Nanowire FET: Logic Functionality
11. Nanowire Transistors with Nanogates
12. Logic Gate "NOR"
13. Hierarchical Assembly of One Dimensional Nanostructures
14. Directed Assembly of Parallel Arrays
15. Silicon NW FET
16. Requirements for an Ideal Memory
17. Phase Change Materials
18. Phase-Change Random Access Memory [PRAM]
19. Why 1-D Phase-Change Nanowire?
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7. 12. Applications in Optoelectronics 1. Optoelectronics Applications
2. Photodetectors
3. CdS Nanowire Photoconductor
4. Light Emitting Diodes
5. GaN Nanowire based LED
6. Nanoscale Lasers
7. Infrared Photoluminescence Layout
8. First IR Single NW Laser
8. 비디오 13. Other Applications (1) "1. What Do We Expect from a Well-Designed Sensor System?
2. Why Nanomaterials/Nanosensors?
3. Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Chemical Sensors
4. Carbon Nanotube Chemical Force Sensor
5. Sensing via Monitoring Dielectric Properties of SWCNTs
6. SWCNT Capacitor as Chemical Sensor
7. Vapor/Gas Detection via Ionization from Nanotubes
8. Conductivity Change of CNTs upon Gas/Vapor Adsorption
9. SWCNT Chemiresistor
10. SWCNT Sensor Testing
11. Sensing Mechanisms
12. Nanosensing Approach: Selectivity"
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비디오 13. Other Applications (2) "1. Indium Oxide Nanowires for Chemical Sensors
2. In2O3 Nanowire Sensor for NO2
3. Dependence of Sensitivity on Nanowire Radius
4. Biosensor Applications
5. Some examples of Nano-biosensors
6. CNT based Biosensors
7. Electrochemical Biosensing of DNA Hybridization
8. Commonly used Carbon Electrodes
9. Nanoelectrode for Biosensors
10. Nanotube Array as High Sensitivity DNA Sensor
11. Nanoelectrode Array Fabrication
12. Carbon Nanotube Electrodes at Different Densities
13. Functionalization of DNA
14. Electrochemical Detection of DNA Hybridization
15. Fabrication of Genechip
16. Detecting Biomolecular Interactions using Molecular Nanomechanics"
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비디오 13. Other Applications (3) "1. Detecting Biomolecular Interactions using Molecular Nanomechanics
2. Immobilization of Single-Stranded DNA on Cantilever
3. Hybridization Experiments
4. Prostate Sepcific Antigen [PSA] Detection
5. Example of SiNW in Biosensing
6. Simple model for Biosnesing
7. Insight from Modeling
8. Field Emission
9. Field Emission Model
10. Field Emission [cont.]
11. Field Emission Test Apparatus
12. Structure of CNT Field Emitters
13. Flat Panel Displays using Nanotubes
14. High Current CNT Cathode Applications"
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9. 비디오 14. Nano-bio "1. DNA: The Basics
2. DNA-Some More Basics
3. Gel Electrophoresis
4. [Artificial] Gel Electrophoresis
5. DNA Chips
6. Integrated Devices for DNA Analysis
7. DNA Conductance
8. DNA Conductivity Experiments
9. Counter-ions
10. DNA Computing
11. Hamitonian Path Problem
12. An Algorithm for Hamiltonian Path Problem
13. Solution for 4-City Problem
14. Solution Implementation
15. Potential of DNA Computing
16. DNA Sequencing with Nanopores The Concept
17. Nanopore Ion Conductance
18. Potential Advantages of Solid-State vs. Protein Nanopores
19. Nanopore Dimensions Determined by DNA Structure
20. DNA Sequencing Experiments
21. Spontaneous Blocking Events with Synthetic Nanopores
22. Status on Nanopore based DNA Sequencing
23. CNTs in Bio-Medical Applications
24. Problems with Retinal Cell Transplantation
25. Current Status, Problems and a Possible Solution
26. RPE cells grown on Carbon Nanotube Bucky Paper
27. Implantation of Carbon Nanotube Bucky Paper into the Sub-Retinal Space of an Albino Rabbit"
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