This course is all about how to design nano–scale systems like super tiny devices and sensors at the atomic scale. If you here, then most probably nanotechnology and its super exciting potentials has attracted your attention and you want to know more, orrr, you want to actually do more. If you want to be part of future technology and industry, let me tell you that you are not alone. Well, there are some introductory courses, but no one gives you the solution and confidence to start designing your own project and research. You may want to intake official syllabuses or programs, then you have to deal with crazy theories and thousands of sophisticated formulas for years and yet have no clue how to design a system. No one likes it, I know&.
This course is different. In “Right Vision Academy”, we have designed simple and easy–to–follow procedure to show you how you can use NEGF method to model nanostructures such as Carbon Nnotubes or Graphene Nanoribbons. We suppose you have no prior knowledge about nano–science and we don’t get stuck with quantum theories and formulas. Instead, I’ll show you the steps on how to make your first nanodevice, an AGNR RTD device. We start right away coding with the Matlab, and I’ll teach you the steps you need to build your simulator platform. Together, we’ll develop systematic simulators that allow us to calculate transport properties and current–voltage of GNRs and CNTs with any dimension. Learning by coding is fun, engaging and much more intuitive.
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Specification: Step by Step Guide to Design Nano Devices and Sensors
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