NANO ENGINEERING CURRICULUM (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM)

​​FOR STUDENT ID 60XXXXXX21 ONWARDS  Click

FOR STUDENT ID 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

SEMESTERS SUBJECTS CREDITS
8 50 146

 

SEMESTER 1 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2190101*
Computer Programming
Introduction to computer systems; problem-solving using computers; programming in high-level
languages; program structure programming style and convention, control statements,data handling
and processing; subprograms; classes and objects. 
3
2190151*
Computer Programming Laboratory
 Computer programming in Engineering; reviews of computer programming concepts; hands-on experience on computer programming using contemporary engineering tools. 
1
2301107
Calculus I
Limits; continuity; differentiation; applications of differentiation; integration; applications of definite integral; transcendental functions; techniques of integration; improper integrals; first-order differential equations.  
3
2302103
General Chemistry Laboratory     
Standard solution preparation; qualitative analysis; titration; electrochemistry; pH metric titration; spectroscopy; calculation and evaluation of data; calibration curve; introduction to polymer.
1
2302105
Chemistry for Engineers
Structure of atoms; chemical bonding: ionic bonding, covalent bonding, valence bond theory, hybridization- interaction coordination, intermolecular forces, molecular movement; state of matter: gases, structure of solid, liquid, and solutions; chemical reactions; interaction of matters with electromagnetic radiation and electrical energy; chemical thermodynamics.  
3
2304153
Physics for Engineers
Mechanics of particles and rigid bodies; properties of matter; fluid mechanics; heat; vibrations and waves; elements of electromagnetism; optics; modern physics.  
3
2304193
Physics Laboratory for Engineers               
Measurement and precision; experiments on simple harmonic motion; radius of gyration; dynamics of rotation; velocity of sound; viscosity of fluids.  
1
5501112*
Communicative English I
Practice language skills in acquiring information and knowledge from different sources and media in subjects of students' interest under selected themes; collecting information, summarizing and presenting important issues.              
3
  18

SEMESTER 2 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2140111*
Exploring Engineering World       
Engineering topics related to daily life: energy, resources, environment manufacturing, process,
industry, material, automotive, infrastructure, information system and bio engineering.  
3
2183101*
Engineering Graphics      
Lettering; orthographic projections; sketching and drawing; pictorial drawing; dimensioning' tolerancing and geometrical tolerancing; section; working drawing; mechanical parts drawing; introduction to CAD.  
3
2189101*
Engineering Materials
Important engineering materials: metals, plastics, asphalt, wood and concrete; phase diagram and its interpretation; testing and meaning of various properties; macroscopic and microscopic structure which are correlating with properties of the engineering materials; production process of products from engineering materials.
3
2301108
Calculus II          
Sequences and infinite series; convergence tests; power series; Taylor series; lines ; planes, and quadric surface in three-dimensional space; calculus of vector-valued functions; line integrals; limits and continuity of functions of several variables; partial derivatives; directional derivatives and gradients; Lagrange multipliers; multiple integrals.
3
2304154
Physics and Electronics for Engineers       
Electricity; DC circuits; AC circuits; basic electronics; solid state devices; electrical actuators.
3
2304194
Physics and Electronics Laboratory for Engineers
Resistance and electromotive force measurements; experiments on ampmeter; voltmeter; oscilloscope; AC circuit; transistor; lenses and mirrors; polarization; interference; diffraction.  .
1
5501123*
Communicative English II
Practice language skills in acquiring analyzing and synthesizing information and knowledge from different sources and media on topics of students interest under selected themes; summarizing what they have learned, and presenting opinions from group discussion.
3
  19
 

SEMESTER 3 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2182201*
Mathematics for Nano – Engineering
Systems of Linear Equations, Determinants, Vector Spaces, Subspaces, Null Space, Column Space, Row Space, Kernel and Range of a Linear Transformation, Linear Independence, Basis, Coordinate Systems, Dimension, Rank, Change of Basis, Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, Diagonalization, First-order Differential Equation, Linear Second-order Differential Equation, Reduction of Order, Euler’ Equation, Power Series Solution, Frobenius Method, Partial Differential Equation, Boundary Value Problem, Tensor and its Convention, Indicial Notation, Rank of Tensor, Kronecker Delta Tensor, Symmetric and Skew-Symmetric Tensor, Summation Convention, Tensor Operator, E-Permutation Tensor and its Relationship with Kronecker Delta Tensor, Indicial Manipulation in Vector Calculus, Gradient/Divergence/Curl in Tensor Formulation, Tensor Rotation, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Schrodinger’s Equation, Particle in a Box, Hermitian, Dirac’s BraKet, Eigenvalue, Eigenfunction, Expectation Values, Overview of Nanotechnology,  Applications to Scanning Tunneling Microscope Image.
3
2182210*
Electrical Circuit 
DC circuit analysis; Kirchhoff’s laws; Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem; semiconductor devices; op-amps; digital circuit; DC motor.
3
2183211*
Engineering Mechanics
Analysis of force systems and their equilibrium as applied to engineering systems; stresses
and strains; mechanical properties of materials; Hooke’s law, elastic modulus, stress in beam,
shear force, bending moment diagram, torsion, buckling of columns, Mohr’s circle. 
4
2189201*
Introduction to Material Science and Engineering
Atomic structures and bonding in solids; crystallography; phase, surface and interface; defects and dislocations; diffusion in solids; phase equilibrium diagrams; mechanical properties; relationship between micro- and nano-structures and properties of engineering materials; classes of engineering materials; production and processing of engineering materials.
3
2303111
Biology for Engineers     
Biological principles; cell structures and functions; functions of organelles and sub-cellular structures; chemical basis of life; metabolism and cellular energy processes including regulatory mechanisms; structural organization in relation to functions of organisms; cellular physiology; maintenance the homeostasis of life; continuity of life through inheritance; cellular and molecular basis of development; molecular genetics; evolution theory and evolution of populations; biological diversity; life responses to environmental changes; biological applications in nanotechnology.   
3
2303112
Biology Laboratory for Engineers
Biological experiments which accord with biology for engineer.
1
5501214*
Communication and Presentation Skills    
Practice using English for social communication and giving oral presentation on engineering-related topics.
3
  20
 

SEMESTER 4 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2182203*
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Engineering basis in statistics and probability; discrete and continuous probability distribution; joint probability distribution; parameter estimation: estimator, bias, consistency; point estimation; interval estimation; engineering applications in measurement and uncertainty, linear regression, introduction to random process; integration of statistics in engineering applications; case studies.
3
2182213*
Electrical Circuit Laboratory
Electronic instruments; multimeter; oscilloscope; DC circuit; voltage regulators; filter circuit; transistor amplifier circuit; op-amp circuits; digital circuits; DC motor.
1
2182280*
Semiconductor Devices I
Crystal properties and growth of semiconductors; atoms and electrons; energy band and charge carriers in semiconductors; excess carriers in semiconductors; junctions; field-effect transistors; bipolar junction transistors; optoelectronic devices; power devices.
3
2185220*
Basic Oraganic Chemistry
Structure and bonding, stereochemistry, spectroscopy, hydrocarbon, halogen-containing compounds, oxygen-containing compounds, nitrogen-containing compounds, biomolecules.
3
2185221*
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Fundamental laboratory techniques concerning the separation, purification and determination of physical constants of organic compounds; chemical reactions of organic compounds of various functional groups; synthesis of certain target molecules.
1
2185222*
Physical Chemistry for Nano – Engineering            
Basic concept of thermodynamics; thermodynamics laws; phase rule; phase equilibrium; principal of chemical kinetics; rate of chemical reactions; chemical equilibrium.
3
5501225*
Technical Writing
Practice in writing summaries composing different types and styles of writing in the field of engineering and writing reports of studies and experiments.
3
  17

SEMESTER 5 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2182311*
Measurement and Instrumentation              
Basic electromechanical techniques used in modern instrumentation and control systems; use of transducers and actuators; signal conditioning, grounding, and shielding; analog and digital signal processing and feedback control methods with emphasis on frequency domain techniques; low-level measurements; lock-in technique frequency response of continuous and discrete systems.
3
2185320*
Inorganic Chemistry for Nano - Engineering
Atomic structure and periodicity; molecular geometry and symmetry; introduction to molecular orbital theory; reaction with electron transfer; inorganic solids.
3
2189341*
Materials Characterization
Optical Microscopy, Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM), Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FE SEM), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and Scanning TEM (STEM), Focused Ion Beam (FIB), Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS), X-ray Reflectivity and Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence, Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES), Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SMS), Surface Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Extended Profile (Surface SIMS XP), Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (TOF SIMS), Liquid Chromatography with Mass Spectroscopy (LCMS), Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectroscopy (GCMS), Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and X-Ray diffraction (XRD).
3
2189336*
Materials in Daily Life    
Different aspects of materials as found in daily life, in various occupations and in various applications; environmentally friendly materials; full utilization of materials in both efficient sense and artistic sense; topics related to materials for design. 
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Electives
 
6
  18

SEMESTER 6 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2184303*
Engineering Management
Modern management principles; methods of increasing productivity; human relations; industrial safety; pollution problems; commercial laws; basics of engineering economy, finance, marketing, and project management.
3
2185322*
Thermodynamics for Nano- Engineering
Heat, work, internal energy, enthalpy, and the first law of thermodynamics; entropy and the second law of thermodynamics; the third laws of thermodynamics; application to flow processes and to non-reacting mixtures; chemical equilibrium; phase equilibria; ideal and real solutions.
3
2185333*
Transport Phenomena      
Viscosity, mathematical models of momentum transports in isothermal fluid systems; thermal conduction and convection; mathematical models of energy transports in solids and in fluids for isothermal systems and non-isothermal systems; diffusion in binary mixtures; mathematical models of mass transports in isothermal mixtures without chemical reactions and with chemical reactions; simultaneous mass and energy transports in fluid mixtures. 
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Electives
 
6
xxxxxxx
General Education            
 
3
  18

SEMESTER 7 (SUMMER) : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2140301
Industrial Training                          
Engineering practice in related areas under supervision of experienced engineers in private sectors or government agencies.
2
  2

SEMESTER 8 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2141491
Research Methodology
Research Formulation, research objectives, basic procedure for doing research. Statistical method for research, analysis of data and its implication.
2
2141498*
Nano - Engineering Pre-Project
Problem–solving framework; guidelines for problem solving and solution from Nano-Engineering  project.
1
xxxxxxx
General Education
 
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Electives
 
9
xxxxxxx
Free Elective
 
3
  18

SEMESTER 9 : 57XXXXXX21 - 59XXXXXX21

Course Subject Credits
2141490
Nano Seminar
Seminar on interesting topics related to Nano-Engineering .  
1
2141499
Nano Engineering Project
Group or individual project on a subject related to Nano or Bio-Nano-Engineering .
3
xxxxxxx
Approved Electives
 
3
xxxxxxx
General Education
 
6
xxxxxxx
Free Elective
 
3
  16