About the Program
The Nanotechnology program will prepare students for careers in emerging nanotechnology industries as entry-level nanotechnicians in research and development corporations, nanofabrication, nanobiology/agriculture, nanomedicine, nanoelectronics, and nanomaterials.
The program will give graduates the knowledge, skills and abilities to operate a variety of nanofabrication equipment, understand scientific principles and the behavior of matter at the atomic level in chemical, biological and molecular systems, and "wet" and "dry" nanotechnology applications.
If you are interested in learning more about nanotechnology, a fundamental course of "NANO1301--Introduction to Nanotechnology" is highly recommended.
About the Program Coordinator: Dr. Bharathi (Barti) Subramaniasiva
Dr. Barti Siva has a PhD in Physics, specializing in thin
films and nanomaterials. She pursued her postdoctoral research at the Texas
Sustainable Energy Research Institute, focusing on the various aspects of
nanotechnology for sustainable energy conversion and storage. Her expertise
lies in the synthesis and characterization of multifunctional nanostructures,
including core-shell nanowires, thermoelectric nanocomposites, and magnetic
nanoparticles for biomedical and magnetocaloric applications. She has 7+ years
of experience as a materials scientist. Besides, driven by her passion for
teaching and interactive learning, she has taught at various levels, starting
from middle school students to graduate students.
About the Courses:
Phone: (210) 486-4700 Fax: (210) 486-4170
Phone: (210) 486-4100
Cypress Campus Center, CCC-108