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Dakota County Technical College
Course Name: Computer Simulation

Course Description: This course will cover the application of computer simulation (modeling) to nanoscale systems. In addition, this course provides a visualization of concepts and interactions covered in NANO1100 and NANO1200. The course will cover applied statistics, design of experiments and impact of input parameter variations for biological and mechanical systems. 

 

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Dakota County Technical College
Course Name: Career Planning and Industry Tours

Course Description: This course will prepare students for the Nanoscience Technician Program fourth semester at the University of Minnesota and also for the job market upon graduation. Class discussion and guest speakers will advise students in selection of a specific career path, creation of a resume and portfolio, preparation and practice in job interviewing and options for continuing education. The industry tours will provide students with a broad experience of potential jobs and activities related to nanoscience in a variety of industrial settings. This internship will support career decisions and provide visual application of the concepts studied. Each student will spend a total of approximately 20 hours in various industrial settings, visiting 4 to 6 companies from various industries to complete the total 20 hours. 

 

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Oakton Community College
Course Name: Nanotechnology Internship

 

Courses description: Course consists of direct work experience in a nanotechnology related environment at an approved business or industrial firm applying knowledge and skills learned to their daily assigned responsibilities. The student will meet with a nanotechnology instructor who will evaluate their on-the-job technical skills. Arrangements for the work experience will be worked out in conjunction with the nanotechnology coordinator. In addition, the student will discuss work-related situations with the instructor.

 

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Dakota County Technical College
Course Name: Industry Internship 

 

Course Description: Students participate in a working internship usually at one company for a minimum time of 320 hours. This internship provides a broad base of application knowledge, which will complement and enhance specific course materials. Industry Task Force members have committed to providing internships.

 

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Foothill College
Course Name: Nanotechnology Projects

 

Course description ---- Independent study and/or project based learning in nanomaterials research, including structure => property relationships, applications, fabrication, and characterization. May include work in offsite research facilities (academic, commercial, and government).   

 

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Oakton Community College
Course Name: Nanotechnology Projects

 

Courses description: Course uses project-based learning and team-building techniques to study topics in electronics, photonics, thin films, biotechnology, and procedures for troubleshooting instrumentation. Instrumentation and techniques include, atomic force microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, nanoparticle characterization, scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive X-ray analysis, UV-Vis and FTIR spectroscopy, basic photonics, photolithography, profilometry, and ellipsometry.

 

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