CENG101A, Introductory Fluid Mechanics

Kinematics and equation of motion; hydrostatics; Bernoulli’s equation; viscous flows; turbulence, pipe flow;
boundary layers and drag in external flows; applications to chemical, structural, and bioengineering.
Fall 2015

NANO 203. Nanoscale Synthesis and Characterization

Nanoscale synthesis—top-down and bottom-up; chemical vapor deposition; plasma processes; soft-lithography;
self-assembly; layer-by-layer. Characterization; microscopy; scanning probe microscopes; profilometry; reflectometry
and ellipsometry; X-ray diffraction; spectroscopies (EDX, SIMS, Mass spec, Raman, XPS); particle size analysis;
electrical, optical. Cross-listed with CENG 213.
Winter 2016

NANO 120B. NanoEngineering System Design II

Principles of product quality assurance in design and production. Professional ethics. Safety and design for
the environment. Culmination of team design projects initiated in NANO 120A with a working prototype designed
for a real engineering application.
Spring 2016

CENG 176A. Chemical Engineering Process Laboratory I

Laboratory projects in the areas of applied chemical research and unit operations. Emphasis on applications of
engineering concepts and fundamentals to solution of practical and research problems.
Spring 2016

NANO 111. Characterization of NanoEngineering Systems
Fundamentals and practice of methods to image, measure, and analyze materials and devices that are structured
at the nanometer scale. Optical and electron microscopy; scanning probe methods; photon-, ion-, electron-probe methods,
spectroscopic, magnetic, electrochemical, and thermal methods.
Winter 17


Winter 2017


Engineering Solar Cells on the Nanosale: A Course on Photovoltaics Sp 18!!