Undergraduate Courses

After review a total of 229 undergraduate-level courses at UF already include nanotechnology content (or could in the near future if nanoscale-modules and/or content were developed):

  • 36 courses from 3 departments in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS)
  • 21 from 6 departments in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALSci)
  • 6 from 2 departments in the College of Medicine (CoM)
  • 4 from the College of Pharmacy (CoP)
  • >160 from 10 departments in the in the College of Engineering (CoE)

The following 29 courses from 9 departments in 3 colleges include nanoscale content and the following 25 faculty have a pedagogical interest in developing more content on nanotechnology and its applications:

Agricultural and Biological Engineering

  • Fundamentals and Applications of Biosensors (ABE 4033) – Prof. McLamore
  • Quantification of Biological Processes (ABE 4662) – Prof. McLamore

Biomedical Engineering

  • Magnetic Biomaterials (BME 4931) – Prof. Jon Dobson
  • Biomaterials for Controlled Release (BME 4931) – Prof. Blanka Sharma

Chemical Engineering

  • Materials of Chemical Engineering (ECH 4824) – Dr. Kirk Ziegler
  • Material Self-Assembly Over All Length Scales (ECH 4905) – Dr. Peng Jiang
  • Process Thermodynamics (ECH 3101) – Dr. Kirk Ziegler
  • Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Design (ECH 4504) – Dr. Helena Hagelin-Weaver
  • Dynamics of Cellular Processes (BME 4321) – Dr. Tanmay Lele

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Physics of EE (EEL 3062) – Prof. Toshi Nishida
  • Solid-State Electronic Devices EEE 3396 (EEE 3396) – Prof. Ant Ural
  • Future of microelectronics circuits/CMOS Nanotechnology (EEE 4329) – Prof. Scott Thompson
  • Microelectronic Fabrication Technologies (EEE 4331) – Prof. David Arnold
  • Semiconductor Device Fabrication (EEE 5354L) – Prof. Jack Judy and Y.-K. Yoon

Materials Science Engineering:

  • Nano For the Rest of Us (EMA 4935 /EMA 6938) – Prof. Brij_Moudgi
  • Introduction to Particle Technology (EMA 5008) – Prof. Brij_Moudgil
  • Interfacial Engineering (EMA 4121) – Scott Perry
  • Electronic Devices Lab (EMA3414L) – Dr. Nancy Ruzycki
  • Production of Electronic Materials (EMA 4415/6616) – Dr. Nancy Ruzycki
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Semiconductor Materials (EMA4416/6617) – Dr. Nancy Ruzycki
  • Processing of Ceramics (EMA 4645) – Prof. Wolfgang Sigmund
  • Advanced Ceramic Processing (EMA4041L) – Dr. Nancy Ruzycki

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

  • Mechanics of Materials (EGM 3520) – Prof. Curtis Taylor
  • Fluid Mechanics (EGN 3353C) – Prof. Hugh Fan
  • Vibrations (EML 4220) – Prof. Tommy Angelini

Physics:

  • Quantum Mechanics (PHY4604) – Prof. Hai-Ping Cheng
  • Solid State Physics (PHY4905) – Prof. Hai-Ping Cheng

Chemistry:

  • Surface Science on Nanomaterials (CHM6580) – Prof. David Wei

Soil and Water Sciences

  • Nanotechnology: Application in Food, Agriculture and Environment (SWS 4932) – Prof. Zhen-Li He