I've not posted much in the way of "hard" engineering content recently. It's time to rectify that over the next few days. NanoHub is an excellant resource which I discovered via Peteris Krumins blog. Although some resources at NanoHub require a free registraion, it is worth the effort. The examples I've linked are in the clear without the need of a registration. Make certain you visit NanoHub, as these are just three examples out of hundreds.
- NanoTech 101 - undergraduate level Nanoelectronics lecture series
- NanoTech 501 - graduate / professional level Nanoelectronics lecture series
Here is just one example of a Nano webinar ... many, many more exist.
"Matlab is widely used for simulations but is believed to be unsuitable for complex projects and to produce slow-running software tools. The presentation argues that blind copying of methods typical of C and Fortran is responsible for such inefficiencies. It teaches how to avoid these mistakes and to improve the run time and usability of codes by using unique Matlab mothods. Tools for optimizing the code and good software practices are also discussed."
I have added various NanoHub resources to both my webinar and courses search engines.