Nano-to-Macro Transport Processes
Lecture 1: Intro to Nanotechnology, Nanoscale Transport Phenomena
Lecture 2: Characteristic Time and Length, Simple Kinetic Theory
Lecture 3: Schrödinger Equation and Material Waves
Lecture 4: Solutions to Schrödinger Equation, Energy Quantization
Lecture 5: Electronic Levels in One-Dimensional Lattice Chain
Lecture 6: Crystal Bonding & Electronic Energy Levels in Crystals
Lecture 7: Phonon Energy Levels in Crystal and Crystal Structures
Lecture 8: Density of States and Statistical Distributions
Lecture 9: Specific Heat and Planck's Law
Lecture 10: Fundamental of Statistical Thermodynamics
Lecture 11: Energy Transfer by Waves: Plane Waves
Lecture 12: EM Waves: Reflection at a Single Interface
Lecture 13: EM Wave Propagation Through Thin Films & Multilayers
Lecture 14: Wave Phenomena and Landauer Formalism
Lecture 15: Particle Description, Liouville & Boltzmann Equations
Lecture 16: Fermi Golden Rule and Relaxation Time Approximation
Lecture 17: Solutions to Boltzmann Equation: Diffusion Laws
Lecture 18: Electron Transport and Thermoelectric Effects
Lecture 19: Classical Size Effects, Parallel Direction
Lecture 20: Classical Size Effects, Perpendicular Direction
Lecture 21: Slip Condition, Coupled Energy Transport & Conversion
Lecture 22: PN Junction, Diode and Photovoltaic Cells
Lecture 23: Liquids: Brownian Motion and Forces in Liquids
Lecture 24: Electrical Double Layer, Size Effects in Phase Change
Lecture 25: Statistical Foundation for Molecular Dynamics Simulation
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