Disciplinary Research for Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology intersects many fields from the semiconductor industry, to aerospace and medicine.   As part of the scholarly activity for part time faculty, I propose a course designed for non-science or engineering majors, to stimulate these student's scientific curiosity that provides an introduction into a realm of nanoscience.

I will provide visual presentations and demonstrations encouraging STEM participation for KSU students. The focus will be on nanotechnology, materials, polymers and biopolymers, and the industries and applications that use these.   The math pre-requisites will require algebra and geometry, and students who have taken either chemistry or physics will find the course interesting.

Session Speaker(s)

Session Time and Location

Time:
9:30am to 9:55am
Room:
Maplewood A

Session Format

25 minute presentation

Session Track

Disciplinary Research and Creative Activity

Conference