nanoHUB-U fall courses: AFM and Nanoscale Transistors

Nearly 200 have registered for the nanoHUB-U online courses offered this fall, and more register every day. If you are interested in taking one of the courses—or know someone who might be interested—there is still time to register.

Each course is a five-week module taught by world-renowned professors from Purdue University.

For more information about the AFM courses:
A scientific overview video featuring the professors:
A course information page and link to registration:

For more information about the nanoscale transistors course:
A scientific overview video featuring the professor:
A course information page and link to registration:

If you think the courses are of interest to others, please forward the information or post the attached flyer on your local bulletin board.
We appreciate your help spreading the word about the courses.

Best regards,
The nanoHUB-U Team

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