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Nanoscience II 2010 prujut

marraskuu 3, 2010

Lecture 1 – Introduction: what is nano? History and present state. Nano in Finland.
Nanoscience II – Lecture 1
Nanoscience II – Lecture 1 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 1 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 1
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 1 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 1 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 2
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 2 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 2 Part 2 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 3
Nanoscience II – Lecture 3 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 3 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 4
Nanoscience II – Lecture 4 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 4 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 5
Nanoscience II – Lecture 5 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience II – Lecture 5 (4 slides in page)

Lecture 1 thanks to Kai Nordlund.

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Nanoscience I 2010 prujut

syyskuu 27, 2010

Lecture 1 – Introduction
Nanoscience I – Lecture 1
Nanoscience I – Lecture 1 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 1 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 2 – From microelectronics down to nanotechnology
Nanoscience I – Lecture 2
Nanoscience I – Lecture 2 (ppt)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 2 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 2 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 3 – Downscaling of classical laws makes nano different
Nanoscience I – Lecture 3
Nanoscience I – Lecture 3 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 3 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 4 – Hard nanostructures
Nanoscience I – Lecture 4
Nanoscience I – Lecture 4 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 4 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 5 – Quantum mechanics makes nano different
Nanoscience I – Lecture 5
Nanoscience I – Lecture 5 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 5 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 6 – Nanoscience of soft matter
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Nanoscience I – Lecture 6
Nanoscience I – Lecture 6 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 6 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 7 – Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology
Nanoscience I – Lecture 7
Nanoscience I – Lecture 7 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 7 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 8 – Part 1 & 2 – Nanobusiness
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 1
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 1 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 1 (4 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 2
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 2 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 2 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 8 – Part 3 – Nanoparticles: Health hazards and risks
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 3
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 3 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 8 – Part 3 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 9 – Part 1 – Self-assembly
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 1
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 1 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 1 (4 slides in page)
Lecture 9 – Part 2 – Nanotechnology in medical research
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 2
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 2 (2 slides in page)
Nanoscience I – Lecture 9 – Part 2 (4 slides in page)

Lectures 1, 3 and 4 thanks to Prof. Kai Nordlund
Lecture 2 thanks to Prof. Sami Franssila
Lecture 5 thanks to Prof. Risto Nieminen
Lecture 6 thanks to Dr. Robin Ras
Lecture 7 thanks to Prof. Marjo Yliperttula
Lecture 8 parts 1 and 2 thanks to Dr. Runar Törnqvist and Jukka Kolehmainen
Lecture 8 part 3 thanks to Prof. Kaarle Hämeri
Lecture 9 part 1 thanks to Prof. Dennis Bamford
Lecture 9 part 2 thanks to Dr. Marc Baumann