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Standing Electron Waves. 1 nm. Source : Don Eigler (IBM San Jose). Topics in Advanced Technology (2010-2011). The goals of the course are to: 1) Understand the importance of sustainable and innovative technology for today’s society and for tomorrow’s generations

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Topics in advanced technology 2010 2011

Standing

Electron Waves

1 nm

Source : Don Eigler (IBM San Jose)

Topics in Advanced Technology (2010-2011)

The goals of the course are to:

1) Understand the importance of sustainable and innovative technology for today’s society and for tomorrow’s generations

2) Understand how technology is conceptualized by top-researchers and be able to study some actual urgent problems facing the world today in relation to advanced (innovative) technology

Master Handelsingenieur

Infosessie keuzevakken 2e masterjaar

Topics in Advanced Technology (4 SP)

Course lecturers : Genserik Reniers

Roger Silverans

  • Introduction to CHEMISTRY

  • Starter: what is “chemical safety”

  • Safety research in chemical industry

  • New developments in safety

  • Safety and technology

  • Introduction to NANOTECHNOLOGY:

  • Starter: what is “Nano”

  • Nanofabrication processes

  • Instruments for Nano

  • Nanostructured materials

  • Nanotechnology in industry

  • Nano-economics & Nano-risks

  • Visits during 2009-2010:

  • - to Philips Lighting Belgium in Turnhout

  • to the Lab Thermodynamics at Ugent

  • - to the Institute for Nanoscale Physics and Chemistry (INPAC)

Chemistry guest lectures

Energy use and new technology in houses Prof. dr. ir. Michel De Paepe (UGent)

Nanotechnology guest lectures

Superconductivity: from fundamentals to applications Prof. dr. Margriet Van Bael (KULeuven)

Spintronics - Prof. dr. Kristiaan Temst (KULeuven)

“Quantum corral”

48 Fe atoms

on Cu surface

Catalysis: engine of the chemical industry – Prof. dr. ir. Joeri Denayer (VUB)

Dispersion modeling – dr. Filip Lefebre (VITO)

Metallic nanoparticles and clusterfilms dr. Sven Neukermans (KULeuven)

Electron microscope

picture of

Au-cluster on

MgO surface

(Class, KULeuven)

Nanodot landscape

Sustainability and Process Intensification Prof. dr. ir. Tom Van Gerven (KULeuven)

Dielectric materials for IC’s - Prof. dr. Jean-Pierre Locquet (KULeuven)

Nanotube LED


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