ELEC-E3280 Micronova Laboratory Course, 5 cr ,Teaching Period I-II
The course is primarily intended for students majoring in the following subjects
- Micro- and Nanosciences, or
- Advanced Materials and Photonics.
If more than 25 students enroll, students in above mentioned majors have priority.
The course consists of five lab works:
- Photovoltaics (Period 1, weeks 38-39)
- Nanowire analysis (Period 1, weeks 40-41)
- Thermal conductivity (Period 2, weeks 43-44)
- 2D materials(Period 2, weeks 45-46)
- Thin film analysis (Period 2, weeks 47-48)
Each lab work consists of pre-lab exercises, the actual lab work and a final report. Pre-lab exercises will be done individually, the lab works and final reports in groups of 3-4.
Teacher: Ramesh Raju
Lab work 1. Mack Iris,
Lab work 2. Henrik Mäntynen
Lab work 3. Tomi Koskinen,
Lab work 4. Uddin Md Gius
Lab work 5. Ramesh Raju,
Passing and grading:
The course is graded pass/fail
The following must be completed in order to pass the course:
- Accepted pre-lab exercises for all 5 lab works
- Participation in each 5 lab works
- Accepted final reports for all 5 lab works
Students get familiar with laboratory works within micro and nanotechnology. They also gather knowledge of the characterization methods and equipment available in Micronova.
Variable literature related to the lab works.
First year studies of the NanoRad Masters Programme
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