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Dear PhD Students and Students!

We would like to invite you to take part in the nanotechnology courses, offered by the Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology. That special program is composed of three subjects, taught entirely in English. It is a unique opportunity to discover more about the nanoscience, which is nowadays one of the most developing branch of science.

The program is based on the practical approach, including the trainings in the modern laboratories of ACMiN, using the state-of-the art apparatus for fabrication and characterization of materials and nanostructures. All the courses will be given by the scientists working at our Centre. You can find below a short description of all the courses and the links to syllabus.

Go ahead and check out our program!  

How to enroll?

For regular AGH students the enrollment is carried through USOS system:

https://web.usos.agh.edu.pl/kontroler.php?_action=dla_stud%2Fzetony%2Findex&lang=en#/registration/INT-courses%2520W_20_21.

Please note that tokens of given type are required to sign up for the courses. If you don't have tokens for course you'd like to register for, permission from the dean is required prior to the enrollment.

The registration is opened until October 19th, 2020.

 

 

Molecular Nanoelectronics

The course consists of three parts. The first part deals with basic principles of classical electronics: construction and operational properties of basic active components, structure and fabrication technology of monolithic integrated circuits. Technological and physical limits of classical electronic semiconducting devices are also included in this part. The second part is mostly devoted to synthesis, properties and electronic structure of molecular precursors used in molecular electronics. Properties critical for applications of these materials in electronics are especially emphasized. The third part of the course discusses techniques used for fabrication and investigation of nanoelectronic structures using single molecules and thin layers. Organic field effect transistors, organic photovoltaic systems and molecular optoelectronic switches are described in detail.

Advanced Methods in Scanning Electron Microscopy

The course encompasses advanced topics in the field of modern scanning electron microscopy and additional systems dedicated for chemical composition analysis EDS, WDS and crystallography EBSD. Lectures topics will cover analytical possibilities of modern microscopes in relation to industrial and fundamental investigations (the measurement of microstructure parameters of solid object – grain size, degree of deformation, phase type and distribution). Students will be introduced to fundamentals of electron – material interaction by qualitative and quantitative description using the Monte Carlo simulation. Topics presented during lectures will be practiced with the use of various metallic samples during laboratory classes at Laboratory of Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Diffraction.

  • Academic teacher: dr inż. Tomasz Tokarski
  • Module ECTS credits: 4
  • Course: lectures (30 h), laboratory classes (30 h)
  • Master course, PhD course (especially students from WIMIC, WIMiIP, WO, WMN, WFiIS faculties)
  • Semester: fall
  • Syllabus
  • Course information in USOS platform

 

 

Computational Methods for Nanosystems and Correlated Electron Systems

The classes will cover necessary theoretical formalism and computer laboratory exercises with the use of high performance cluster. The emphasis will be placed on discussing the principal experimental effects in the field of physics of nanostructures and then carrying out numerical calculations on the computer which reproduce the given effect. Selected problems are to be solved by the students as calculation projects with the use of the KWANT package.The topics covered by the course include: quantum size effect; description of electron transport through nanostructures; electron transport in the presence of magnetic field; Coulomb blockade and the influence of electronic interactions on the features of the system; introduction to the description of many electron systems in the representation of second quantization; selected calculation methods dedicated to correlated electron systems formulated in the representation of second quantization.