Belépés címtáras azonosítással
magyar nyelvű adatlap
angol nyelvű adatlap
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Alkalmazott nanotudomány
Last updated: 2022. június 1.
Dr. Attila Bonyár
Department of Electronics Technology
Dr. Hunor Sántha
Department of Broadband Infocommunications and Electromagnetic Theory
technology and material science.
A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.
A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.
Due to synopsis overlapping those who fulfilled
the following course are expelled: Nanoscience (VIETMA07)
Introduction, main definitions
and principles of nanoscience. Changing of the physical properties of materials
on the nanoscale. The structure of materials in a bottom-up approach.
effects of geometrical downscaling. The problems of top-down design.
Macroscopic physical properties (mechanical, electrical, thermal, optical,
etc.) and their microscopic approach.
of solid state physics. Fundamental quantum mechanical phenomena, problems and
Transport processes on the nanoscale.
The Boltzmann transport equation. Diffusion on the nanoscale. Semiconductor and
quantum dot based electronics.
One, two and three dimensional
nanoobjects. The classification and main properties of nanostructures based on
their material compositions (metals, semiconductors, oxides etc.)
Fabrication technologies of
nanomaterials: vapor phase and solid phase methods.
Fabrication technologies of
nanomaterials II: liquid phase methods, self-assembly. The possibilities of
The electrical and optical
properties of metallic nanomaterials. Theoretical background of surface plasmon
resonance. The application of SPR and localized surface plasmon resonance as
allotropes of carbon (diamond, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and graphene).
Physical properties, fabrication technologies.
The application areas of
carbon nanotubes and graphene. Electronics (passive and active), carbon based
composites, graphene based electronics and displays. Carbon nanotubes in
Special molecular systems,
biomolecules. The DNA as an organic nano building block. The structure of
proteins. The cooperation between organic and inorganic nanosystems. The basics
Overview of the investigation
methods of nanomaterials. The basics of microscopy, its limitations concerning
the various methods. The basics of scanning and transmission electron
microscopy (SEM, TEM).
probe microscopy (SPM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM). Field microscopies
(electrostatic, magnetic, near field, Kelvin etc.). Investigation of mechanical
properties on the nanoscale.
(SEM-EDS, XRF, XPS, AES, Raman, SERS, FT-IR). Possibilities and limitations on
period: successful fulfillment
of two mid-term exams (7. and 14. weeks).
Examination period: Oral exam.
Any of the mid-term exams
might be re-taken during the supplementary week. There is no second supplementary test.
to prior discussion with the instructor.
E-learning materials developed by the department that cover the whole course.
Bharat: Handbook of Nanotechnology (Spinger)
Bharat Bhushan: Handbook of Micro/Nano Tribology (CRC)
Dr. Imre Mojzes