Chemical Engineering Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry Physical and Inorganic Chemistry
ANDRADE , FRANCISCO JAVIER
SOLÉ CARTAÑÀ, ROSA MARIA
PUJOL BAIGES, MARIA CINTA
MASONS BOSCH, JAIME
FRAGOSO SIERRA, ALEX
The overall objective of the subject is that students acquire basic knowledge of manufacturing processes with a resolution in the nanometer scale. The student will acquire the knowledge about their main areas of use, emphasizing the advantages and disadvantages of each of them.
The specific objectives are:
1. To introduce to the student the fabrication, deposition and etching techniques suitable for
2. Discuss advantages and drawbacks, limitations and fields of applications of the different techniques presented
3. Establish complementarities of the different
fabrication and processing techniques
4. Acquire the skills to critically propose the correct use of the techniques in different nanotechnology problems
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