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The goal of the IFN is to create a cross-disciplinary nanoscience curriculum in the advanced level. To that effect surveys of the current offering will be done as well as the need of each program comprised in the project. Once the offerings, need and resources have been identified, a nanoscience curriculum will be developed.

Courses Already Offered or Planned in Nanoscience, January 2008
ProfessorTopicOfferingLevel
A. Hernandez Adsorption in Nanostructured Materials INQU 8036 Fall 2007 RUM / RP Graduate
M. Martinez-Inesta Diffraction RUM / RP Graduate
C. Marin, A.-R. Mayol Intermediate & Modern Physics Laboratories 2007-2008 RP Advanced Undergrad
Carlos M. Rinaldi Fundamentals, Synthesis, and Applications of Metallic and Magnetic Nanoparticles Spring 2009 Graduate
UPRM PREM Team - Undergraduate Certificate on Materials Science & Engineering Introduction to Materials Characterization Ongoing Advanced Undergrad
Materials Stability and Processing Spring 2008 UPRM Advanced Undergrad
Seminar on Materials Science & Engineering Spring 2008 UPRM Advanced Undergrad
Undergraduate Research on Materials Ongoing Junior
UPRM PREM Team- Master of Science in Materials Science & Engineering UPRM Kinetics and Phase Transformation Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Diffusion Phenomena in Materials Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Solidification Processes Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Materials Microprocessing and Engineering Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Diffractometry and Complementary Techniques Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Nanostructured Materials Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Fundamentals of Advanced Materials Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Structure And Properties of Materials Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Computational Materials Science Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Polymer Science and Engineering Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Fundamentals of Materials Chemistry Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Selected Topics on Materials Science & Engineering Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Graduate Seminar on Materials Science & Engineering Expected Fall 2009 Graduate
Materials Selection Expected Fall 2009 Graduate & Advanced Undergrad
E. Rosa-Molinar Functional Histology and Methods (Biol. 5026) Course is taught every year Graduate/ Advanced Undergraduate
Yasuyuki Ishiawa Ab intio Molecular modeling Fall 2007 RP

 

Graduate
L. Fonseca Introduction to Solid State Physics FISI 4047 Spring 2008 RP Undergraduate